How about seeing some draft ideas for the Dragon Ball Z logo? “Dragon Ball Z” is one of the most popular anime in the world, and its iconic logo is recognized by fans everywhere. But did you know that the creation of the logo went through several drafts and ideas before reaching the final version?
In this article, we’re going to explore the story behind the logo drafts for “Dragon Ball Z”. In 2018, the official Dragon Ball website shared several fun facts about Akira Toriyama’s career, including some of the first drafts of the anime’s logo.
Draft ideas for the Dragon Ball Z logo
During a certain period, fans were able to access these exclusive drafts for a period of 24 hours, before they were removed from the site. Here, we’ll delve into that fascinating history and find out more about the creative process that led to the creation of the iconic “Dragon Ball Z” logo.
As you can see in the image above, they experimented with putting the name “Dragon Ball” on top of the Z, with the Z itself being bigger, in another draft the dragon’s face appeared in the middle of the name “Dragon Ball”, As we know, this was the final version:
Dragon Ball Z was shown for the first time on April 26, 1989 in Japan, that is, in a little while it will be 34 years old!