Dragon Ball, Volume 1

Viz Comics, 2000 - 192 páginas
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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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Definitely a MUST BUY!

Comentário do usuário  - gilbertojose - Overstock.com

This series of books are definitely one of the greatest stories ever told in any graphic novel of its time. It is a mustbuy for any Dragonball fan graphic novel fan or the typical adventureloving ... Ler resenha completa

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Comentário do usuário  - Caleb Mickel - Goodreads

Little Goku is one tough boy. I wonder if we are ever going to get an explanation as to why he can get hit by bullets and not die. I am glad that Bulma is back traveling around with him. She adds some ... Ler resenha completa


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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

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