Dragon Ball, Vol. 7: General Blue and the Pirate Treasure (Dragon Ball, #7)
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Dragon Ball, Vol. 7: General Blue and the Pirate Treasure (Dragon Ball - First VIZ edition #7)

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Printed in the original Japanese right-to-left format, here is another adventure from the megapopular Dragon Ball series. This installment finds Goku, Kuririn, and Bulma exploring a pirates' cave, where they encounter a cutlass-swinging robot and a giant octopus. Still more threatening is Commander Blue, who is following them to steal the pirates' Dragon Ball.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 12th 2003 by VIZ Media LLC (first published May 8th 1987)
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More fun in the continuation of the Red Ribbon Army story arc. General Blue proves to be the strongest of foes that Son Goku has had to face from the Army. It was nice having Bulma return as his companion, it is reminiscent of the original story arc. I love the inclusion of the Dr. Slump gang, I've never read that side of Toriyama's universe.
This one was good. I don't know how to feel about the character of the general.
Federiken Masters
Mar 08, 2010 Federiken Masters rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Muchos
Recommended to Federiken by: Obligación laboral, placer personal
Las peleas contra el General Blue, la búsqueda del tesoro pirata hundido (y el posterior derrumbe del escondite), los enojos de Bulma con Krilin, ¡Arale y la Penguin Village!, la primera aparición de Bora. Sobran las razones para que este sea uno de los tomos al que más cariño le tengo.
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 ^^
I think all of these volumes be be stacked in my favourites. I enjoyed this volume immensely. I laughed and shouted *on the bus* with joy. Bring on VOLUME 8!
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