J-pop Duo Goes SSJ3 in New 'Dragon Ball Z' Bandai Ad

Kinki Kids sporting the waist-long golden locks.

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Although it looks badass in the Dragon Ball Z anime, at some point, fans of the franchise have wondered how impractical the Super Saiyan hairdo would be in real life. Promoting its mobile card-battle game Dragon Ball Z Dokkan, Bandai has enlisted J-pop duo Kinki Kids to don the waist-long golden locks. Although past cosplayers have attempted to go a similar route, it’s interesting to see it taken to such a level, and with a comedic approach — just look at the Dragon Ball bowling ball.

We’re just going to leave this here for fans of the childhood classic. For more anime news, BAPE has teamed up with Japanese Ninja Hattori-Kun on an anime-packed capsule collection.

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