Dragon Ball is one of the most mythical manga in history, becoming one of the most acclaimed anime by the public. However, something that he has not been able to count on is a live-action adaptation worthy of Akira Toriyama’s work.
In the already distant 2009, Big Screen Productions, 20th Century Fox, directed by James Wong, produced by Stephen Chow and scripted by Ben Ramsey, came up with the idea of releasing Dragon Ball Evolution, the only and unfortunate film in live action of Dragon Ball. Disowned, hated and detested by the followers.
While the fandom expects something decent, artists around the world have imagined models and actresses as some of the manga’s characters. This time, according to IGNit was the renowned Bosslogic who took a photo of the interpreter Dove Cameron and immortalized her as Android 18.
Cameron, with roles in The Mentalist, Agents of SHIELD, Vengeance, among others, is a 27-year-old American who is also dedicated to music as a singer. She rose to fame for the double role of her eponymous character in the Disney Channel comedy series “Liv and Maddie” (2013-2017).
Dove Cameron as Android 18
As fans well remember, the Android Arc is one of the most important in Dragon Ball Z and in which we saw Android 18, also known as Lazuli, arrive when he was younger. She is the twin sister of Number 17 and an android created from a human base by Dr. Gero with the goal of destroying Goku.
This android joins the Z Fighters and later ends up being Krillin’s wife and Marron’s mother. Seeing her live-action as Number 18 would be very interesting.
“I saw this cool photo of Dove Cameron. I had to make Android 18 out of her,” the artist wrote, sharing the photo of her. The resemblance is exactly from a movie.