Dragon Ball Z, Volume 7 (VIZBIG Edition)

Dragon Ball Z, Volume 7 (VIZBIG Edition)

by Akira Toriyama
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Dragon Ball Z, Volume 7 (VIZBIG Edition) by Akira Toriyama

Change your perspective: get BIG

R to L (Japanese Style). Change your perspective: get BIG!!

Gohan's True Power In the midst of battle with the hideous bio-monster Cell, Son Gohan surpassed his father, Son Goku. Now he is the strongest warrior in the universe! With his newfound might, Gohan manages to beat Cell at his own twisted game. However, Cell does not like to lose. When he realizes he's licked, he decides to self-destruct with a horrible blast that's certain to reduce Earth to a speck of dust. Son Goku has one trick up his sleeve that will thwart Cell's desperate attempt at mass destruction. Sadly, in order to save Earth from incineration, Goku must make the ultimate sacrifice and leave the fate of the planet in the hands of Son Gohan.

Several years go by, and Gohan has made good on his promise to protect Earth from evil. But his mother still insists that he get a good education! When Gohan starts a new high school, all he wants to do is fit in. But how can he keep his Super Saiyan powers under wraps? Just as his classmates become suspicious of Gohan, he comes up with a plan to be a hero and a normal kid at the same time—a superhero disguise! Citizens of Earth, meet The Great Saiyaman! Change Your Perspective—Get BIG A Collection of Volumes 19 - 21!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781421520704
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Publication date: 04/20/2010
Series: Dragon Ball Z Series
Edition description: VIZBIG Edition (Books 19-21)
Pages: 560
Sales rank: 42,679
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.70(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About 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.

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Dragon Ball Z, Volume 7 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Could do better. 8 is much better. I only liked the end and when Vegeta VS Zarbon. Not reccomended
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not too bad I've gotta admit, It's auctually very good.
cdgriffith More than 1 year ago
Eh, Dragon Ball is a good series and all, but this volume rather indicates how Akira Toriyama was slowing down on his interest and creativity with the series at this point. See, Dragon Ball is more tuned to being a comedy on and insanely overpowered character that can beat up almost anything and barely ever flinches. But in DBZ, it becomes much more oriented on action. And after the cell arc, Akira Toriyama very clearly wants to get back to how he started the dragon ball franchise, that, and he doesn't seem to put much effort into the actual story any more at this point. Don't get me wrong, I'm not calling DBZ's story telling to be the most bestest thing ever, it's just that to it's own standards its rather dumb. Either way, it's Dragon Ball, this review means virtually nothing other than an opinion, just buy it. It's good, you'll have fun. It's mindless, and entertaining with it fair share of slapstick and action.
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