The first saga of Dragon Ball Z, focused on the Saiyan saga, was fundamental to put the spotlight on the race of the protagonist, who from that moment would have played a key role in future power-ups. Speaking of famous storylines, have you ever seen this historical official poster?

The Saiyan Saga It was also important for many other elements, like the relationship between Gohan and Piccolo, which recently made a comeback with Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Anyway, in the episodes that shaped this arc, we got to know one of the most important characters of the franchise, Vegeta.

In fact, the Saiyan Prince has since become an icon of the masterpiece Akira Toriyama, so much so that the author had to make one of the protagonists his favorite alongside Goku. In that regard, an account recently shared a historic key visual on Twitter published by TOEI animation for the first time over 25 years ago, the same that you can admire at the bottom of the news that portrays Vegeta for the first time in the style of anime. So it is the first actual appearance of the Saiyan Prince in 'Z' with those colors that could cause discussion in the community.

And you, but did you remember this promotional image? Let us know with a comment below.


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