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Dragon Ball: AI Introduces a Bold Real-Life Version of Kale as a Super Saiyan | Spaghetti code

Date: April 24, 2024 Time: 08:08:27

The anime “Dragon Ball” is one of the favorites of many, because the Z warriors turned out to be very strong against any enemy, but not only did they demonstrate enormous power, there was also a female power that could help them in some way.

One of the female characters that attracted attention was Kayle from Planet Sadala from Universe 6, she is Caulifla’s protégé and even participated in the Tournament of Power, she is even known as the Demon Saiyan.

The real version of Kale from Dragon Ball.

Via Instagram, user Mysmartarts shared an image of this Dragon Ball character, which he has given a unique and very special look with the help of artificial intelligence, and the result will cause a lot of sensations.

The AI ​​tool has become very popular in recent years, so fans of the anime world have taken the opportunity to take their favorites to the next level.

Source: Instagram/mysmartarts

It can be seen that the AI ​​managed to respect the essence of this character, but in a different way, as his hair turned yellow due to the Super Saiyan transformation, but he leaves two strands on his forehead, as well as green eyes that will captivate anyone. .

On the other hand, you can see that she is wearing her classic outfit: a red outfit, blouse and skirt, which is paired with a pair of dark shorts, which will allow her to be more agile in battle, and she will also prove to be one of the strongest girls in anime.

What do you think of this version of Kale from Dragon Ball?


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