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Dragonball Z: Goku Fighting Raditz
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Cel Number: A4
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Added 3/17/2015
Updated 3/17/2015
This is a cel from DBZ episode 5 "Gohan's Rage". This is from the scene where Goku sacrifices himself alongside Raditz after getting impaled by Piccolo's Special Beam Cannon.

I'm speechless to be adding this DBZ holy grail cel to my collection. This is my second favorite moment in the entire series as it's the scene that got me hooked into Dragonball Z in the first place. When I watched Toonami back in '97 my younger self never IMAGINED that a cartoon starting off with a cute little boy chasing a butterfly was going to evolve into the brutal anime phenomena it did. It was absolutely thrilling to be a part of the DBZ fandom back in the 90's when every episode was new to us and no one had any idea what would happen next. Looking at this cel brings back all those good feelings of nostalgia and I'll always be thankful to the Goku/Piccolo -vs- Raditz fight for being my initiation into becoming a lifelong DBZ fan. As of right now, this is my #1 favorite piece in my entire collection! ^_^

I've also decided to add a youtube video of the scene in which each of my pieces of production art appears. (Just a warning that spoilers for the episode will be included). This cel appears at about 4:04. I hope some of you viewers out there enjoy these clips! Also, my apologies for any videos that may have become broken without my noticing. I edited these myself and are from my own youtube account, so I'll try to make sure they're running. xP

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