Streamer celebrates Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with absurd Frieza cosplay
Korean Twitch streamer ‘zzamtiger0310’ reached her final form during a January 18 stream when she cosplayed as anime antagonist Frieza during a Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot playthrough.
The streamer shocked her viewers by walking into the frame wearing a costume resembling Frieza’s fourth and final form (at least in the Dragon Ball Z continuity) prompting a humorous response from her chat.
Within seconds, the mostly all-Korean audience began typing “ㅋㅋㅋ” which is Korean slang for laughing. And for good reason too – zzamtiger0310’s cosplay definitely looked to be a bit on the lower-scale of quality, but that only added to its charm.
The cosplayer’s outfit was white with patches of purple on the head, shoulders, and torso. It even had a tail for good measure. Most amusingly was the fact that the Twitch star painted her face white and added some purple lipstick to complete the getup.
After posing for the camera, zzamtiger0310 even did her best impression of Frieza’s iconic laugh, and did a pretty good job all things considered.
Frieza is considered to be one of the most infamous villains in all of anime and certainly the best antagonist that the entire Dragon Ball franchise has had to offer over the years. So much so that in recent years, he has been resurrected to yet again plague the universe in Dragon Ball Super.
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Despite her stream being almost exclusively in Korean, zzamtiger0310 is one of Twitch’s more popular streamers with over 150,000 followers.
Over on YouTube, she regularly uploads League of Legends gameplay where she has 140,000 subscribers.
It will be interesting to see what other absurd takes on Dragon Ball characters the streamer can pull off such as Cell, Majin Buu, Beerus, or even Broly. Hopefully she’ll try it out if there’s ever Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC.
The game follows the events of Dragon Ball Z through to the Buu saga and the end of the original series. The two canon films taking place after the anime, Battle of Gods and Resurrection F, however, were remade for the Super anime.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.