Bunny Bulma Comes to Life: Dragon Ball Cosplayer’s Flawless Rendition Delights Fans

This stunning cosplay is a stunning rendition of Bulma’s iconic bunny-girl outfit from Dragon Ball to life.

A Dragon Ball fan transformed herself into Bulma in her signature bunny girl costume from the original anime.

A Filipina cosplayer, who usually is known as rikkaxrose posted a picture of her as Bulma in her bunny-girl costume on Reddit. The costume comes from Episode 6 of the original Dragon Ball anime TV series that ran from Feb. 26, 1986, until April 19, 1989. The episode shows that Bulma is forced to choose to dress in a short costume because it’s the only feminine piece of clothing that Oolong had at home.

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Bunny Suit Bulma in Dragon Ball

Oolong who is a shapeshifting deviant pig is made to disguise himself as Bulma to obtain Master Roshi to help them in putting out the flames of Fire Mountain. While Bulma demands Oolong to change into her as payback for his reckless actions, he ends up getting her back by using her appearance to flirt with Master Roshi. Being a young man at this moment, Goku is oblivious to the utterly enchanting nature of the scene.

Dragon Ball fans love rikkaxrose wearing Bulma’s outfit Bulma. A lot of people have commented on her cosplay as saying she’s “killing it”. According to rikkaxrose, she’d like to wear more Bulma-inspired costumes. From adolescence through adulthood, Bulma has gone through numerous styles of fashion that ranged from different clothes, hairstyles, and even hair colors. In addition to Dragon Ball, rikkaxrose has been seen dressed as anime characters from series like Death Note, Chainsaw Man, and Naruto.

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Dragon Ball’s long-lasting Impact

For over 40 years over the past 40 years, the Dragon Ball series continues to continue to grow with new multimedia projects. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 4 is in development for 16 years. The 2022 anime movie Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero was a huge success in Japan as well as North America. An original web-based animated series called Super Dragon Ball Heroes introduced a new female villain named Aeos which is rapidly growing in popularity across the world.

Dragon Ball and all its related TV shows and animated films are accessible to stream across a variety of platforms like Crunchyroll as well as Hulu.

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