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Paperback Dragon Ball, Vol. 9 Book

ISBN: 1569319286

ISBN13: 9781569319284

Dragon Ball, Vol. 9

(Part of the Dragon Ball (#9) Series and Dragon Ball - First VIZ edition (#9) Series)

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Book Overview

Eath's greatest from outerspace

Dragon Ball introduces a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku (a wry update of the classic Chinese "Monkey King" legend), whose quiet life changes when he meets a girl named Bulma who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and...

Customer Reviews

2 ratings

Red Ribbon's end

With the Red Ribbon finally destroyed, Goku must find the last Dragonball to bring back Upa's father. The only problem is that not even the dragon radar can find it. Left with no other option Goku and friends enter the All-Seeing Crone's tournament with the dead, in order for the last ball to be found. This is a fun volume in the series, which is really nice after such a long journey with the Red Ribbon. Goku also gives a nice summary of what Dragonball is all about: after Upa tells Goku he is scared to leave his land for the first time Goku says "I was like that too, but there's so much out there that's so fun!"

Good Installment

This is a very good book. First off, Toriyama finished the Red Ribbon Army saga off in the last book. His friends arrive on the scene after they hear of Goku's determination to bring the fight to the headquarters of the Red Ribbon. In order to save Upa's murdered father, Goku must again collect the seven dragon balls, so he goes to Master Roshi's sister for a fortune reading. However, first he must defeat her champions in single combat. This also features a topless Bulma, which probably adds to the overall rating of the book. It's a rather funny scene, but inappropriate for younger viewers. Off hand, I can't think of anything to add.
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