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SSJ Blue Goku to return to Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

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  • Son Goku, the main protagonist of the long-running “Dragon Ball” series, will return to Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year.
  • Among the floats that will join Goku in the parade include Astronaut Snoopy and Pikachu and Eevee from the popular game franchise “Pokémon.”
  • The parade will begin at around 9 a.m. ET on West 77th Street and Central Park West on Thursday.
  • After the kickoff, the parade will head to Central Park West, Columbus Circle, Central Park South and Sixth Avenue before making a final stop in front of Macy’s Herald Square.
  • The float, measured at 56 feet tall, 70 feet long and 36 feet wide, first appeared in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2018.

Toei Animation announced that Son Goku, the main protagonist of the long-running “Dragon Ball” series, will make his return at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

In a tweet over the weekend, the Japanese studio announced that Son Goku, in his Super Saiyan Blue form first introduced in the movie “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F,’” will be present at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 24.

Goku Enters a New Level of Super Saiyan in Next ‘Dragon Ball Super’ Episode

Son Goku’s mysterious and extremely badass silver eyes Super Saiyan God Form has been teased on the latest promotional video for “Dragon Ball Super” and “One Piece”.

According to the original poster’s comment, the one-hour special for “Dragon Ball Super” is scheduled to air on October 8, when the silver-eyed Super Saiyan God form will presumably debut.

Dragon Ball Just Revealed Goku’s Biggest Secret

Son Goku’s latest adventures, which are currently chronicled via Dragon Ball Super, is gearing toward an interesting twist.

“Super” which was conceptualized and designed by original Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama, is a new series that takes place after the events of Dragon Ball Z. The new storyline is yet to have an English version release, so this reveal may be a huge spoiler for longtime fans: Goku has actually never kissed anyone.

Japanese YouTuber Invents Machine That Creates ‘Kamehameha’ and ‘Absolute Terror Field’

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A Japanese YouTuber has gone viral for his invention that lets people perform a real-life Kamehameha from “Dragon Ball” and an A.T. (Absolute Terror) Field used by the Angels and Evangelions in “Neon Genesis Evangelion.”

Goku Shoots Frieza in the Face

On Dec. 4, YouTuber SUSHI RAMEN [Riku] showcased one of his inventions that shoots out a Kamehameha, a popular finishing move of Son Goku in the anime/manga series “Dragon Ball Z.”

Japanese Firm Hopes to Provide Actual ‘Ninja’ Security Guards for the 2020 Olympics

A Japanese security firm is eyeing to deploy modern ninjas as security officers for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

For over a year now, SCC Co. has found tremendous success in having its guards dressed as ninjas, according to Japan Times. The security firm is reportedly based in Koka, a city in Shiga Prefecture known as the birthplace of a prominent ninja school.

Taiwan’s Live-Action ‘Dragon Ball’ Is Cringe AF But Still Better Than ‘Dragonball: Evolution’

Editor’s note: A previous version of this article stated that “Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins” was a Thai movie; it has been changed to reflect the fact that “Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins” was a Taiwanese production.

Years before the controversial, whitewashed “Dragonball: Evolution”, Taiwan released its own version of Akira Toriyama’s “Dragon Ball” series in live-action format in 1991.

Japan Chooses The Most Badass Ambassadors of All Time For the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

A ninja, a pirate, a robot, and an extraterrestrial super-warrior lead the star-studded team of brand ambassadors for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The games may be three years away but it has already drummed up immense anticipation following the announcement of the Tokyo Olympics Committee that Son Goku of the Dragonball Z fame will be among the chosen ambassadors, Konbini reported.

Filipino American Among 5 Cyclists Killed in Devastating Nevada Highway Accident

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A 41-year-old Filipino American man was among the cyclists killed in a Nevada highway crash after a truck driver with high levels of methamphetamine in his system claimed he fell asleep behind the wheel on Dec. 10.

A humble and quiet man: Gerrard Nieva was described by Pamela Inman, his colleague at Fresenius Medical Care in Las Vegas, as a kind and caring person who always made sure the dialysis machines were properly working for patients, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.