Dragon Ball Z, Volume 4: Goku vs. Vegeta

Dragon Ball Z, Volume 4: Goku vs. Vegeta

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by Akira Toriyama
     
 

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Here is the fourth volume of the runaway hit series printed in the original Japanese right-to-left format. As the cosmic battle between Goku and Vegeta continues, Goku is forced to use the dangerous Kaio-ken technique. But Vegeta reappears, changing himself into a 50-foot ape with superpowers, including energy strong enough to explode mountains.  See more details below

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Here is the fourth volume of the runaway hit series printed in the original Japanese right-to-left format. As the cosmic battle between Goku and Vegeta continues, Goku is forced to use the dangerous Kaio-ken technique. But Vegeta reappears, changing himself into a 50-foot ape with superpowers, including energy strong enough to explode mountains.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569319338
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
03/19/2003
Series:
Dragon Ball Z Series, #4
Edition description:
2nd Edition
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
343,642
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

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."

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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Dragon Ball Z, Volume 4 (VIZBIG Edition) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book is hot and should conisider buying all if them it is fun to read also to watch on tv dbz is the best anime ever made,your looking at the guy that has been a dbz fan for 10 years and has every episode and movie ever made.
Guest More than 1 year ago
DragonBall Z to me was the best anime series, is the best anime series, and always will be the best anime series! Most things that i enjoy are just short-lived fads, but after almost 6 years i find that my interest in the dragonball, dragonball z, and dbgt series has not decreased in the slightest. When I was smaller, I collected and played with the action figures.(i have about 25 of them now.) when I got a bit older i started collecting the cards which i have over 300 of. And now that the show is loosing it's popularity now among the general public i am beginning to collect the videos and dvd's as well as the BOOKS!!! they are the best anime I have ever read!!!!! Pick some of them up today!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I only have this manga in Japanese but still, this volume is flat-out awesome, IMHO... the battle is so intense and dramatic, I just couldn't put the book down until I'd finished. If you're a fan of the series shown on Toonami, this and all the other db/z mangas are definitely worth picking up because unlike what's shown on Cartoon Network, the content is fully uncut for the most part and if you like action and drama, give this a chance because I don't think you'll be sorry, unless you really hate how strong the characters are or think the series is overrated or something.
sNovah More than 1 year ago
I already put up a review on the VizBig format for Volume 1, and I recommend reading it if you're on the fence, since I don't want to rehash the pros and cons (mostly pros, some minor complaints). I wanted to offer a separate review on this for anyone doubtful about renewing their DBZ collection or on the fence about it: Get. This. Volume. It's the entirety of the Goku vs Freeza fight and, for that reason alone, is well worth getting. While I highly resent Viz's (or whoever made the decision) choice to not restore color to every originally colored chapter in this volume, the ones that are there, combined with the higher quality printing and larger paper size, really lets you appreciate the format. Most of all though, it really ramps up the nostalgia trip going through it creates. If you only want to get get one VizBig volume, this one, or the first Dragon Ball volume, are what I'd recommend before any others. Although, obviously, if you're just starting out... I'd suggest against that.
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Goku's kamekameha vs vageta's gailc gun so awsome!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the Dragon Ball books and then i found a DBZ book and i thought it had a lot of action.