I’ve seen people whine about Vegeta’s seemingly OOC behavior Battle of Gods and early on in Dragon Ball Super.

Okay, yeah, it’s funny and second hand-embarrassing. He’s making a total ass of himself to make sure Beerus stays in a good mood. 

Now consider this.

If Beerus gets mad, he blows up Earth. 

If Beerus blows up Earth, he blows up the only family Vegeta has. 

Look at the big picture here.

Vegeta is putting his family before his ginormous ego and Saiyajin pride. 

Saiyajin saga Vegeta from early Dragon Ball Z wouldn’t lower himself to that.

Saiyajin saga Vegeta from early Dragon Ball Z would probably say, “This planet and its people mean nothing to me,” and take off in a space pod without a shred of guilt while Beerus trashed Earth.

Consider that before you say Vegeta is being OOC.

Because where people see OOC, I see character development.

Majin Vegeta - DragonBall Z

Screencap Re-draw

© Art: Riivenge |

With this piece comes reflection. Of course I eye it repeatedly and notice imperfections, as any artist does, but sill nonetheless I can say I am happy. This picture takes me back to when I was in school, and I printed off all the vegeta fanart I could find. Thinking their work was so good, that I just WISHED that one day I could do what they did. Thinking it an unattainable dream. Back during the days I hadn’t even owned a computer yet. Funny how drastically life changes. Now some of those very artists I looked up to, I have surpassed. Something I never saw coming.  I’m Still nowhere near where I want to be, nor have my album filled up with as much dbz work in my gallery as I want, but all in due time. I am excited with the pieces make as I get excited while I’m making them, a feeling that is utter bliss. To sit back and say ‘wow i made that’ is such a rewarding feeling. I get excited when I lay down the colors, almost like an endorphin is being released as I breathe life into the drawing. I look forward to the future and where my path as an artist keeps going.