Mr. Satan Gets His Own Emoji, As Twitter Introduces Some 'Dragon Ball' Quirks

#サーターンサーターン Twitter hashtag, showing Mr. Satan

Dragon Ball is a Japanese media franchise created by Akira Toriyama.

The series follow Son Goku as the extraterrestrial warrior race 'Saiyan', originally sent to destroy Earth as an infant. But because he suffered a head injury when his space that altered his memory, Goku forgot his past.

As a result of this, Goku, the monkey-tailed child, befriended many memorable characters in the series, trained as a martial artists, to then become one of Earth's greatest defenders and the universe's most powerful warrior.

While later in the series the story evolves mostly on Goku and his friends trying to defeat foes from other galaxies or even other universes, the earlier parts of the series were more into the characters in collecting the 'dragon balls' in order to summon a wish-granting dragon when seven of the orbs are successfully collected.

Since its release in 1984, Dragon Ball has become one of the most successful manga and anime series of all time.

With the manga sold in over 40 countries and the anime broadcast in more than 80 countries, Twitter wants to please the franchise's fans all over the world.

And that is by giving it its own emojis.

Twitter, known for its users that tweetstorm and a place for many to get up-to-date information.

Many of them are apparently anime lovers from many parts of the world.

To appeal Dragon Ball fans, the first Dragon Ball emoji will show when users use the #サーターンサーターン hashtag.

The hashtag that says "Satan Satan" in Japanese, will pop up that character right beside it, complete with his black curly Afro, mustache, cleft chin, and well-trimmed sideburns.

And if users hit on the Like button on tweets using this "Satan Satan" hashtag, the heart-shaped button will temporarily morph into a dragon ball, a homage to Akira Toriyama's franchise, before returning back to the regular heart.