Dragon Ball Will Attempt to Set Guinness World Record at Comic-Con

Dragon Ball is trying to establish a Guinness world record at San Diego Comic-Con. The 2019 World Adventure will open on Wednesday, July 17, during a grand installation on the Marriot Marquis Marriott San Diego Marriott. The tour will continue throughout San Diego from July 18th to 21st and will be open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. The goal? To become the largest gathering of people simultaneously performing the iconic movement of the Kamehameha super-attack.

After the San Diego Comic-Con, the 2019 ball Dragon Ball will travel to seven other locations around including stops in New York, Mexico City, Mexico, Cologne, Germany, Barcelona, ​​Spain, Shanghai, China, Hong Kong, China and Tokyo, Japan. Toei Animation asks as many fans as possible to go back to the history of Dragon Ball which should not be too difficult with Comic-Con taking place at the same time. That said, there is always so much to do at Comic-Con, so there will be some competition.

Fans should gather Wednesday, July 17 at 3:30 pm to 2019 Dragon Ball World Adventure on Marriott's Marina Terrace. The first 1,000 participants to arrive at the hour will receive a free accessory Dragon Ball Scouter to wear when attempting to Guinness World Records. Kamehameha's super-energy attack will be led by actor Sean Schemmel, the English voice of Dragon Ball Goku. Guinness World Records will be on hand to oversee and validate the record attempt to make sure everything goes as planned.

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In addition, fans will be able to dive into the world of Dragon Ball with an extensive collection of multi-faceted interactive installations. Fans will also be able to capture their visit in 2019 Dragon Ball The global adventure with a unique and shareable complementary souvenir via the animated GIF photo booth of Dragon Ball. If that's not enough, there will also be collectibles and exclusive merchandise within the reach of the most hardcore fans. But wait, there are even more! Fans can collect stickers on every attraction of Dragon Ball World Adventure. Stickers can be redeemed for free rewards, including wrists, posters, cords, stickers, fans and Saiyan Hair Set Dragon Ball headbands. Ball fans can be part of the story. In Japanese, "Kamehameha" is translated as "Turtle Destruction Wave", which is a nod to Master Roshi and her abilities. Fans from around the world will participate in the event and make the move at the same time. It should all be very interesting to see that Toei Animation is able to achieve this incredible feat. We will have to wait and see, but it seems that the excitement is already beginning to develop, thanks to the official Twitter account of Toei Animation.


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