Dragon Ball, Vol. 15: The Titanic Tournament (Dragon Ball, #15)
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Dragon Ball, Vol. 15: The Titanic Tournament (Dragon Ball - First VIZ edition #15)

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Kuririn, Goku, Tenshinhan, and Yamcha face mighty enemies at the Strongest Under the Heavens martial arts tournament. Taopaipai is now a cyborg, Goku's facing a mysterious young woman with a grudge, and Piccolo is treating the championship as the next step toward taking over the world.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 21st 2004 by VIZ Media LLC (first published December 6th 1988)
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Sam Quixote
It might sound really boring to someone who hasn’t read this series to keep describing more or less the same things happening in this series: Son Goku fights bad guys and wins, then goes to a Strongest Under the Heavens tournament where he and his pals fight others. They have done exactly this three times now. But I can assure you, it’s anything but boring.

If a writer has done their job well, then by the 15th volume in a series you’re fully invested in the characters and will read any story the...more
Cheguei ao penúltimo livro de Dragon Ball e todo ele são combates no Tenkaichi Budokai.

Ora o primeiro é Tenshinhan contra Tao Pai Pai (versão ciborg), que se julgava morto por Goku. Como se esperava de Tao, este não joga limpo e tenciona mesmo matar Ten, que o consegue derrotar com facilidade.

De seguida temos a curta batalha de Goku e Kika (afinal não mantiveram o origina Chi-Chi como eu achava e não percebo porquê...). Finalmente Goku e companhia percebem quem a lutadora mistério é e porque é...more
All the fighters have gathered. Some loose ends are tied up like Taopaipai and Tenshenhan's past and Goku and Chi Chi's marriage proposal. The new strengths of Goku, Ten and Krillin are seen, all have become more incredible than before. Poor Yamcha gets the short end of the stick as he fights Lord Kami. I can't wait to see the conclusion of Piccolo's battle with Kami and then the finally with Goku fighting Piccolo. I do miss the zany antics young Goku had with his friends as he traveled the worl...more
It was great
i love the dragon ball and dragon ball z series. sadly i have not read a lot of them. i have read most of the ones at my library but that is all. this one is the only one i own and it is actually a relatives. it was great.
Annchan Maulana
Duh duh duh Songoku, Trunks, Bezita, BuLma ... dah lama banget ga baca and nonton Dragon Ballz. Salah satu kartun jepang favoritku dulu nie, selain Sailor Moon and Doraemon ^^
Federiken Masters
Mar 08, 2010 Federiken Masters rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans de las peleas bestiales en general y de DragonBall en particular
Recommended to Federiken by: Obligación laboral y nostalgia
Otra entretenida instancia del torneo de artes marciales. Es notorio cómo el dibujo de Toriyama sigue avanzando paso a paso.
The author throws in more humor to keep the series light and entertaining as we enter the next tournament.
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Akira Toriyama is a widely known and acclaimed Japanese manga artist known mostly for his creation of Dragon Ball in 1984. It is difficult to pin point the source of Toriyama's artwork inspiration. He admires Osamu Tezuka's Astro Boy and was impressed by Walt Disney's One Hundred and One Dalmatians, which he remembers for the great art. Jackie Chan's early movies had a noticeable influence on Tori...more
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