is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1984 to 1995; later the 519 individual chapters were published into 42 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. Dragon Ball was inspired by the classical Chinese novel Journey to the West.
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Goku, known as Son Goku in the original Japanese-language version, is a fictional character, a superhero and the main protagonist of the Dragon Ball manga series written by Akira Toriyama. He is loosely based on Sun Wukong, a central character in Journey to the West. Goku is introduced as an eccentric, monkey-tailed boy who practices martial arts and possesses superhuman strength.
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List of Dragon Ball Z episodes
List of Dragon Ball Z episodes is the long-running anime sequel to the Dragon Ball TV series, adapted from the final twenty-six volumes of the Dragon Ball manga written by Akira Toriyama.
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List of Dragon Ball GT episodes
Dragon Ball GT is the final anime series in the Dragon Ball franchise and a sequel show to the Dragon Ball Z anime series. Produced by Toei Animation, the series premiered in Japan on Fuji TV on February 2, 1996, spanning 64 episodes until its conclusion on November 19, 1997. Unlike the other anime series in the Dragon Ball franchise, Dragon Ball GT is not based on the manga series written by Akira Toriyama, but the same characters are used.
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Dragonball Evolution is a 2009 American live-action film based on the Japanese Dragon Ball media franchise. It was directed and written by James Wong, and released by 20th Century Fox. The story centers around the adventures of the lead character, Goku, around his 18th birthday, as he is asked to gather seven Dragon Balls to save the world from evil alien forces. On his journey, he meets several different characters who all join the quest and help him in his task.
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Carlos Newton (born August 17, 1976) is a retired Canadian mixed martial artist and former UFC Welterweight Champion. He is considered one of the true pioneers in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Known as "The Ronin", he competed worldwide in the biggest MMA organizations including UFC, Pride FC, IFL, K-1, Shooto and most recently W-1. Newton is a Jiu-Jitsu black belt under his coach Terry Riggs at Warrior MMA Newmarket Canada.
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
The Dragon Ball Z: Budokai games are a series of fighting games based on the Dragon Ball media franchise.
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Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: The Fusion of Resurrection!! Gokū and Vegeta (ドラゴンボールZ 復活のフュージョン!!悟空とベジータ, Doragon Bōru Zetto Fukkatsu no Fyūjon!! Gokū to Bejīta), is the 12th film in the Dragon Ball series. It was originally released in Japan on March 4, 1995 at Toei Anime Fair, where it was shown alongside the Slam Dunk film Shohoku Saidai no Kiki! Moero Sakuragi Hanamichi and the movie version of Marmalade Boy.
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Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon, known in Japan as ドラゴンボールZ 龍拳爆発!!悟空がやらねば誰がやる, is the thirteenth Dragon Ball Z feature movie. It was originally released in Japan on July 15, 1995 at Toei Anime Fair, where it was shown along with the Slam Dunk movie Hoero Basukettoman Tamashii!! Hanamichi to Rukawa no Atsuki Natsu and the movie version of Ninku. A later English adaptation was produced by FUNimation and released on home video in the United States on September 12, 2006.
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Cell (Dragon Ball)
is a fictional supervillain in the Dragon Ball universe created by Akira Toriyama. The character was created as a main antagonist in the second arc of the series, after the studio responsible for the publication of the material he wrote was dissatisfied with Toriyamas previous concepts for enemies to the main cast of the series. In the anime and manga, Cell is an artificial life form created using cells from several of the main characters in the series.
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Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Super Senshi Gekiha!! Katsu No wa Ore da, is the eleventh Dragon Ball Z feature movie. It was released in Japan on July 9, 1994 at the Toei Anime Fair, where it was shown alongside the Dr. Slump movie N-cha!! Wakuwaku Hāto no Natsuyasumi and the Slam Dunk movie Zenkoku Seiha da! Sakuragi Hanamichi. It is the sequel to Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming. It was released in North America by FUNimation in 2005.
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List of Dragon Ball films
Since the debut of the Dragon Ball anime series in 1986, Toei Animation has produced seventeen feature films based on the franchise: four films based on the original Dragon Ball anime, thirteen films based on the sequel series Dragon Ball Z, and one film, the eighteenth film, commemorating the tenth anniversary of the series.
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Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, originally known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Ginga Giri-Giri!! Butchigiri no Sugoi Yatsu, is the ninth Dragon Ball Z feature movie. It was released in Japan on July 10, 1993 at the Toei Anime Fair, where it was shown alongside the Dr. Slump movie N-cha! Pengin-mura yori Ai wo komete and the first YuYu Hakusho movie. The English version was dubbed by FUNimation and released in 2004.
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Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan
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Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming
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Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone, originally released theatrically in Japan simply as Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Z: Return my Gohan!! (ドラゴンボールZ オラの悟飯をかえせッ!!, Doragon Bōru Zetto Ora no Gohan o Kaese!!) for its Japanese VHS and Laserdisc release, is the fourth film in the Dragon Ball franchise and the first one under the Dragon Ball Z moniker.
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Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Kyokugen Battle!! San Dai Super Saiyajin, is the seventh Dragon Ball Z movie. Originally released in Japan at the Toei Anime Fair along with the third Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken movie and the Rokudenashi Blues movie. The movie was released in North America, in 2003. The movie was re-released with Bojack Unbound and Dragon Ball Z Season 8 on February 10, 2009.
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Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Clash!! The Power of 10 Billion Warriors (ドラゴンボールZ 激突!!100億パワーの戦士たち, Doragon Bōru Zetto Gekitotsu!! Hyaku-Oku Pawā no Senshi-tachi), is the sixth Dragon Ball Z movie, originally released in Japan on March 7, 1992 at the Toei Anime Fair along with the second Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken and the third Magical Tarurūto-kun movie. In the United States, it was released on DVD in the United States on August 13, 2002.
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Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks is a single-episode special based on the Dragon Ball manga series. Originally airing in Japan on February 24, 1993, between episodes 175 and 176, the special is based on an extra chapter of the manga series. It depicts an alternate version of the future in which Goku dies from a virus and a teenage Trunks tries to defeat the androids ravaging Earth.
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Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game
Dragon Ball Z Trading Card Game (originally the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game and the Dragon Ball GT Trading Card Game) is a trading card game based on the Dragon Ball series created by Akira Toriyama. The game is produced by Score Entertainment and uses screen captures of the anime to attempt to recreate the famous events and battles seen in the anime. The game first saw release in 2000, with the "Saiyan Saga" starter decks and booster packs.
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Super Dragon Ball Z
Super Dragon Ball Z is a cel-shaded 3D fighting video game, based on the manga Dragon Ball written by Akira Toriyama. It was originally released in Japanese (December 22, 2005) and European (2006) arcades running on System 246 hardware, and later for the PlayStation 2 . The game was developed by Crafts & Meister, headed by Noritaka Funamizu (a former Capcom fighting game producer who worked on the Street Fighter series and Darkstalkers).
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is a video game for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles based on the anime and manga series Dragon Ball. The game was developed by Dimps and published in North America and Australia by Atari, and in Japan and Europe by Namco Bandai under the Bandai label. It was released in Japan on June 5, 2008, in Europe on June 6, 2008, North America on June 10, 2008, and in Australia on July 3, 2008.
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Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (series)
The Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (ドラゴンボールZ 舞空闘劇, Doragon Bōru Zetto Bukū Tôgeki) series is a series of fighting games based on the popular anime series Dragon Ball. The first game, Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors was developed by Arc System Works and released for the Game Boy Advance on June 22, 2004. The game was followed by the 2005 sequel, Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 for the Nintendo DS.
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Dragon Ball Z: Sagas
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas is a 3D action-adventure video game developed by Avalanche Software and published by Atari, based on the anime Dragon Ball Z. It is the only Dragon Ball Z game to be released across all sixth generation consoles, the first Dragon Ball Z console game to be developed by a non-Japanese developer, and the first Dragon Ball Z game to be released on a non-Japanese console, the Xbox.
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Dragon Ball: Origins
Dragon Ball: Origins, known as Dragon Ball DS in Japan, is a video game for the Nintendo DS based on the manga/anime franchise Dragon Ball created by Akira Toriyama. The game was developed by Game Republic and published by Atari and Namco Bandai under the Bandai label. It was released on September 18, 2008 in Japan, November 4, 2008 in North America, December 5, 2008 in Europe, and December 11, 2008 in Korea.
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Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World is a video game for the PlayStation 2 based on the anime and manga series Dragon Ball. The game was developed by Dimps and published in North America by Atari and in Europe and Japan by Namco Bandai under the Bandai label. It was released in North America on November 4, 2008, in Japan on December 4, 2008, in Europe on December 5, 2008. It is the last Dragon Ball Z game to be released on the PlayStation 2 console.
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Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu
Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu, known as Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Goku Densetsu (ドラゴンボールZ 遥かなる悟空伝説, Doragon Bōru Zetto Harukanaru Gokū Densetsu) in Japan and Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu in Europe, is a card based role-playing video game for the Nintendo DS. The game takes place from the beginning of the Saiyan Saga to the end of the Cell Saga. Players choose from one of the four main character, Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, and Vegeta.
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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast is a video game based on the manga and anime franchise Dragon Ball. It was developed by Spike and published by Namco Bandai for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game consoles throughout North America, while everywhere else it would be published under the Bandai label. It was released in Japan, North America, Europe, and Australia during the second week of November 2009.
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Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure
Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure is a Game Boy Advance video game based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series. The game contains 30 playable characters (counting all modes in the game altogether), which is unusually large for a third-party game for a portable system. It contains five modes of play, the story of the game starts at the very the beginning of the series when Goku first met Bulma, and goes all the way up to the final battle against King Piccolo.
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