Two of the pillars of the Shonen category, Dragon ball and Naruto, they certainly have a lot in common, albeit at very different times and places. One of the most beautiful similarities discovered by fans is the presence of a perverted master, Master Roshi and Sannin Jiraiya, both mentors to the protagonists.

Although the two characters in question have actually disappeared from their respective series, their importance in the growth path of Goku and Naruto it is undeniable and many fans of their adventures continue to dedicate wonderful fanart to it. However, one fan decided to combine them into a very special tattoo.

In the pictures that you can find in the post posted at the bottom of the news, the user @Hana_Bi_Tattoo shared the tattoo that a fan of the series wanted, and the result is downright weird. Just take a look Master Roshi's face is perfectly combined with Jiraiya's design, but the most noticeable thing is the vortex of blood that forms all over the tattoo, reminiscent of the Turtle Genius's reaction in front of a beautiful girl.

A beautiful homage and most importantly, an unexpected transition between the two masters who introduced the series' most iconic techniques. Kamehameha on one side and Rasengan on the other. Recall that Akira Toriyama recently shared her opinion on Star Wars, and we're leaving you to a terrifying fanart of the Kid Buu-Carnage fusion.

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