Dragon Ball, Volume 15

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VIZ Media LLC, Apr 21, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
257 Reviews
It's the Strongest Under the Heavens martial arts tournament, and the world's greatest fighters have gathered! But Kuririn, Goku, Tenshinhan and Yamcha face mighty enemies. Taopaipai the assassin has returned as a cyborg--and Goku and Tenshinhan are on his hit list! A mysterious young woman has a grudge against Goku. The only mystery about bumbling salaryman Shen is how he made it to the final rounds. And the last contestant is the new and improved Piccolo, for whom the championship is just a stepping stone to take over the world...

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The writing is simple but there are fun plays on words. - Goodreads
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... wonderful story lines, creatures, drawings. - Goodreads

Review: Dragon Ball, Vol. 3: The Training of Kame-Sen'nin (Dragon Ball #3)

User Review  - Kevin JJ Carpenter - Goodreads

I'd have to agree with my fiancÚ, The Milk Run and It Only Gets Harder are by far the highlights of tankōbon 3. It's a very profound metaphor, relevant in any society (and at any age): Hard work pays ... Read full review

Review: Dragon Ball, Vol. 5: The Red Ribbon Army (Dragon Ball #5)

User Review  - Melanie Marsh - Goodreads

So glad the tournament is over. I liked it in the beginning, but felt it starting to drag. However, it did end very well. I'm also glad that Goku is now in search of the dragon balls once again. I can't wait to see who he runs into on his journey. Read full review

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Contents

Tenshinhan vs Taopaipai 7
vi
Goku Gets Married
36
Kuririn vs Demon Junior
50
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Renowned worldwide for his playful, innovative storytelling and humorous, distinctive art style, Akira Toriyama burst onto the manga scene in 1980 with the wildly popular Dr. Slump. His hit series Dragon Ball (published in the U.S. as Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z) ran from 1984 to 1995 in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. He is also known for his design work on video games such as Dragon Quest, Chrono Trigger, Tobal No. 1, and most recently, Blue Dragon. His recent manga works include COWA!, Kajika, Sand Land, Neko Majin, and a children's book, Toccio the Angel. He lives with his family in Japan.

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