French Stage Funeral Service For Dragonball's Goku
Apr 21, 2009 12:28
Now that Dragonball Evolution has come and gone, leaving mobs of morose fans in its terrible wake, there's only one thing left to do: hold a funeral service for the slain franchise.
A group of French Dragonball enthusiasts staged a funeral service/vigil outside of a local theater. They wept, and gently placed flowers underneath the horrendous posters for the flick. This video is probably the best thing I've seen in weeks, and a totally understandable and appropriate response to what happened to their Anime baby.
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