Funko NYCC 2022: Dragon Ball Z – Cell Second Form Funko Pop!
The new Funko POP! Animation: Dragon Ball Z – Cell Second Form Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – NYCC 2022 and GameStop Exclusive will be available online starting at 6 AM PT on Friday, October 7th, at the links below (click to jump!)
Dragon Ball Z has had some incredibly charismatic villains over the years, with Cell being one of the most famous Dragon Ball Z villains of all time.
Like some of the Z-Fighters, Cell has different ways of displaying his power at different stages.
When the Z-Fighters thought they had Cell under control, he would consume a little more and enter a new form, each growing exponentially more powerful than the previous one.
Crafted by Dr. Gero to be the doom of Goku, he’s absorbed the other androids, and he’s ready to kick some Saiyan butt… and this collectible DBZ figure version of him is ready to battle it out with our Funko collection!
The New York Comic-Con 2022 exclusive Cell Second Form Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure can be found at the links below as soon as the online sale begins (click to jump!)
Cell was one of the favorite villains of Dragon Ball Z fans, and he was an Android that stood out and managed to get into his perfect form.
But why did he become so powerful after all?
One of the scariest details about Cell is that Dr. Gero built him from the very DNA of many of the strongest fighters in the universe. This doesn’t just mean that Cell is incredibly powerful, but he can use the same techniques of these heroes on himself.
Cell possesses the genetic information of Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Krillin, Yamcha, Chiaotzu, Raditz, Nappa, Frieza, King Cold, and Tien Shinhan.
He has a vast arsenal of abilities but also benefits from the same genetic advantages as the Saiyajins and Namekuseus since he shares their DNA.
Because of this, Cell eventually stood out beyond the other Androids created by Dr. Gero and became the terrible enemy we know in Dragon Ball Z.
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