That giant blue light in the New York City sky was definitely the ending of a Dragon Ball Z battle as demonstrated by BossLogic

A real life Dramatic Finish outside of FighterZ

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • December 30, 2018 at 6:43 a.m. PST | Comments: 2

It's not everyday we get to see a giant arc of electricity that makes the night sky light up a bright blue, but that's exactly what happened earlier this week in Astoria, Queens for New Yorkers.

The then mysterious lights in the sky brought with it much curiosity before we got an official explanation for the event with many around the internet joking that it could be the work of aliens or the Ghostbusters answering a call... or perhaps even someone turning Super Saiyan Blue.

One image of the lights made it look like a giant beam was reaching across the sky which artist BossLogic decided looked enough like the end to a Dragon Ball Z battle that he went to work to turn it into one.

Inserted into the New York skyline were Perfect Cell and Gohan in a recreation of their final Kamehameha clash and the villains destruction at the hands of the teen hero.

BossLogic made it so that Gohan was placed at the end of the light trail with the beam seemingly coming out of his hand as his one-handed Kamehameha blast as Cell can be seen in the middle of the image as he disintegrates above the Big Apple instead of his destroyed Cell games arena.

In reality, the bright lights and loud noises were just made by faulty electrical equipment, but BossLogic showed us a cooler version of Earth that we unfortunately / fortunately don't live in which you can check out in the image below.

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