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  • Paperback: 568 pages
  • Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc; 3-in-1 edition (5 Dec 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1421555662
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421555669
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 3.3 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,585 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Akira Toriyama's first weekly series, Dr. Slump, has entertained generations of readers in Japan since it was introduced in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1980. A few years later, he created his wildly popular Dragon Ball series, which brought him international success. Toriyama is also known for his character designs for video games, including Dragon Warrior, Chrono Trigger and Tobal No. 1.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nicola Mansfield on 30 Jan 2014
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Vol. 7: General Blue and the Pirate Treasure: Son Goku, how many ways do I love thee? Heehee. I have so much fun reading Dragon ball, I feel like a kid!! All the usual stuff here: humour, action, battle, escapades. The Red Ribbon Army is still after our friends trying to get their dragon balls and the dragon radar. General Blue goes after them personally here and ends up physically fed up with Goku. The best parts of this volume were the interactions between Blue and our heroes. Not only do our friends retrieve another dragon ball (making 5/7) they stumble upon Pirate Treasure. By the end Goku is separated from the others and off to find the next Dragon Ball on his own. (5/5)

Vol. 8: Taopaipai and Master Karin - Oh boy, this was a great volume! The plot is really getting good now. Things with the Red Ribbon Army get really intense and there is a lot of dying in the battles this time around. I'm quite sad actually because someone I like dies, without much fanfare, and I was shocked! I actually still can't believe it's real, thinking it will turn out not to be true but someone has effectively taken that person's role, so to speak. Yes, I'm being cryptic on purpose :-) Goku has never had a wish for the Dragon balls up to this point but in this volume he finally finds a wish worth wishing for. (5/5)

Vol. 9: Test of the All-Seeing Crone: This could be called a segue volume as the story switches from the last story arc to a new one. So while the end of this volume sets the scene for the next villains, the majority of this one takes our heroes on a sidetrip to visit the crone where, guess what?, they are tested and engaged in battle! This is a really fun episode and has our guys battling a series of of "monsters" from classic horror films starting with Dracula. There is a lot of good humour, as the last volume was pretty intense, making this light-hearted and fun and the stage is set for the next story arc as we finish the book. (4/5)
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By michael hardy on 27 Jan 2014
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Great read just waiting for the next one to be realeased. I now have 1 to 9 and am looking forward to them all
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By Anthony Dunlevey on 21 Nov 2014
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happy :)
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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
loved it 23 May 2014
By jamie - Published on Amazon.com
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this book was exactly what we were looking for, it followed the prior books and we cant wait to read the next
best book ever! 8 May 2014
By julep70 - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved this book and it has a lot of action!!!!!!!! also It's great to share with your friends. bye!
I Love You, Goku 30 Jan 2014
By Nicola Mansfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Vol. 7: General Blue and the Pirate Treasure: Son Goku, how many ways do I love thee? Heehee. I have so much fun reading Dragon ball, I feel like a kid!! All the usual stuff here: humour, action, battle, escapades. The Red Ribbon Army is still after our friends trying to get their dragon balls and the dragon radar. General Blue goes after them personally here and ends up physically fed up with Goku. The best parts of this volume were the interactions between Blue and our heroes. Not only do our friends retrieve another dragon ball (making 5/7) they stumble upon Pirate Treasure. By the end Goku is separated from the others and off to find the next Dragon Ball on his own. (5/5)

Vol. 8: Taopaipai and Master Karin - Oh boy, this was a great volume! The plot is really getting good now. Things with the Red Ribbon Army get really intense and there is a lot of dying in the battles this time around. I'm quite sad actually because someone I like dies, without much fanfare, and I was shocked! I actually still can't believe it's real, thinking it will turn out not to be true but someone has effectively taken that person's role, so to speak. Yes, I'm being cryptic on purpose :-) Goku has never had a wish for the Dragon balls up to this point but in this volume he finally finds a wish worth wishing for. (5/5)

Vol. 9: Test of the All-Seeing Crone: This could be called a segue volume as the story switches from the last story arc to a new one. So while the end of this volume sets the scene for the next villains, the majority of this one takes our heroes on a sidetrip to visit the crone where, guess what?, they are tested and engaged in battle! This is a really fun episode and has our guys battling a series of of "monsters" from classic horror films starting with Dracula. There is a lot of good humour, as the last volume was pretty intense, making this light-hearted and fun and the stage is set for the next story arc as we finish the book. (4/5)
Great 23 Oct 2014
By Caleb - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book, worth the buy.
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