Let's face it, when we were younger we all tried to create a surge of energy, transform into Super Saiyan, or simply mimick it the voices of our favorite Dragon Ball protagonists. Jay Pharoah did that.

On his Twitter account, Jared Farrow, better known as Jay Pharoah, coined his own very personal interpretation of Goku, Vegeta and Piccolo. The American comedian and copycat traveled back and forth between the various sagas of the franchise to reinterpret the three protagonists.

The result, especially that of Goku, is exciting. Every sentence and word Pharaoh speaks seems to have come straight from the various Dragon Ball animated series. During the short clip of the comedian Swap characters' voices with no problemto manage the different colors in a spectacular way. The final gem of the video posted by Pharoah is hilarious: After Jiren's defeat in the Tournament of Power, Goku, Vegeta and Piccolo promise to look for new villains. After the Molo Arc, the future of Dragon Ball Super is uncertain.

Pharoah's tweet went viral and earned a replica of the real voice of Goku. Sean Schemmel responded to the video by saying: "Now I'm going to work on the Jay Pharoah imitation". Will the official spokespersons for Vegeta and Piccolo also intervene in this funny curtain? Let's wait for more implications and let's enjoy this wonderful Dragon Ball Super fanart.


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