Dragon Ball, Volume 1
Viz Comics, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
With multimillion-dollar merchandising, 42 graphic novels, and hundreds of animated TV episodes, Dragon Ball is the most popular manga in the world, and the second most popular in the U.S., after Pokemon. Viz is simultaneously releasing two story arcs from the original Japanese series, both printed in the right-to-left "Eastern" format.
The quiet life of a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku is disrupted when he meets the boy-crazy Bulma, who is on a quest to collect seven Dragon Balls. If she succeeds, the Eternal Dragon will grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and Bulma needs the help of a pure-hearted, superstrong boy.
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Review: Dragon Ball, Vol. 3: The Training of Kame-Sen'nin (Dragon Ball #3)User Review - Goodreads
Goku's training begins. This is starting to get into subject matter more in the line of what people who've seen Dragonball Z would expect. As always, Toriyama's drawing style is a delightful mixture of the goofy and the dramatic, a perfect complement to his writing. Read full review
Review: Dragon Ball, Vol. 2: Wish Upon a Dragon (Dragon Ball #2)User Review - Goodreads
A bit less unnecessary content this time around. Read full review
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