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Goku is the world's only hope--the only being on Earth capable of fighting Piccolo, the Great Demon King! But the city-demolishing battle ends with Piccolo birthing a younger, even tougher version of himself, who will return in three years time to finish the destruction wrought by his father! In search of a way to defeat the new Piccolo, Goku's gaze turns skyward--to the h Goku is the world's only hope--the only being on Earth capable of fighting Piccolo, the Great Demon King! But the city-demolishing battle ends with Piccolo birthing a younger, even tougher version of himself, who will return in three years time to finish the destruction wrought by his father! In search of a way to defeat the new Piccolo, Goku's gaze turns skyward--to the heavenly realm of Kami-sama, creator of the Dragon Balls, deity of the Dragon Ball world. But Piccolo and Kami-sama share a shocking secret...


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Goku is the world's only hope--the only being on Earth capable of fighting Piccolo, the Great Demon King! But the city-demolishing battle ends with Piccolo birthing a younger, even tougher version of himself, who will return in three years time to finish the destruction wrought by his father! In search of a way to defeat the new Piccolo, Goku's gaze turns skyward--to the h Goku is the world's only hope--the only being on Earth capable of fighting Piccolo, the Great Demon King! But the city-demolishing battle ends with Piccolo birthing a younger, even tougher version of himself, who will return in three years time to finish the destruction wrought by his father! In search of a way to defeat the new Piccolo, Goku's gaze turns skyward--to the heavenly realm of Kami-sama, creator of the Dragon Balls, deity of the Dragon Ball world. But Piccolo and Kami-sama share a shocking secret...

30 review for Dragon Ball, Vol. 14 (SJ Edition): Heaven and Earth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH TOO GOOD!!! I was tempted to just leave it at that - it’s succinct but accurate enough! The epic final battle between Son Goku and the Demon King Piccolo, that already began in the final pages of the last book, kicks off this volume at a blistering pace. And it is EPIC - Piccolo is after all a dude who can fire nuke-sized explosions from his hands! Both characters go all out against each other but, even though he’s been superpowered, Goku nearly dies defeating Piccolo. No, tha AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH TOO GOOD!!! I was tempted to just leave it at that - it’s succinct but accurate enough! The epic final battle between Son Goku and the Demon King Piccolo, that already began in the final pages of the last book, kicks off this volume at a blistering pace. And it is EPIC - Piccolo is after all a dude who can fire nuke-sized explosions from his hands! Both characters go all out against each other but, even though he’s been superpowered, Goku nearly dies defeating Piccolo. No, that’s not a spoiler, the whole damn series is about Goku, he was never going to die! And of course it’s no surprise that the characters who died in the last few books are brought back to life once Piccolo is vanquished. It’s a predictable next move - they all appear in Dragon Ball Z - but still great to see happen. All through the Piccolo storyline I’ve been wondering how Akira Toriyama’s going to make Piccolo good (in terms of his alignment), because that’s the way I’ve known the character to be prior to reading these books for the first time. I know Piccolo eventually joins the good guys - but how and why? And in the final moments of their fight, the Demon King reveals exactly how the Piccolo I was expecting came to be. At least, physically - we’ve yet to see him become good. I said in the last review that I wouldn’t be surprised by anything else Akira Toriyama throws at me; and then God enters the book! Goku doesn’t die but he decides to take his training to the next level, goes to Heaven(!), and trains with God(!!!). Amazing. It’s kind of God and it kind of isn’t - but the reveal of who God is is pretty damn surprising. As Goku begins training, Toriyama once again jumps the story ahead 3 years like he did before - and now I get it. The 3 year bumps are what gets Dragon Ball/kid Son Goku to Dragon Ball Z/adult Son Goku, with the Strongest Under the Heavens tournament acting as markers for a new stage in the story. I didn’t realise that before but that’s an ingenious way to show characters’ development in a martial arts story, especially as it seems so obvious! Here they are at the next level of their abilities - let’s see how they’ve changed. Adult Son Goku finally makes his appearance in this volume, so the scene with Goku training in Heaven was the last we’ll see of that delightful scamp. It’s exciting and sad at the same time - I loved that lil guy but I’m really looking forward to the adventures an even more superpowered adult Goku is going to have! Heaven and Earth is an amazing 14th volume in the Dragon Ball series. It’s got fantastic art as usual, stunning fights, and the story keeps getting better and better. Astonishingly, I haven’t read a bad book in this series yet and it’s easy to see why this series has done as well as it has. So, in summary: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH TOO GOOD!!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    I think this is the very final time in the series where Goku's training actually consists of some genuine lessons and good advice and mystical teaching, rather than simply gravity training or unlocking hidden potential. It's a bit of a shame like that, especially when it never ends up coming up that much: it would've been nice if he could have defeated Piccolo - and later, Raditz and Vegeta and Frieza and others - by applying all this stuff about chi, enlightenment, and actually reading your opp I think this is the very final time in the series where Goku's training actually consists of some genuine lessons and good advice and mystical teaching, rather than simply gravity training or unlocking hidden potential. It's a bit of a shame like that, especially when it never ends up coming up that much: it would've been nice if he could have defeated Piccolo - and later, Raditz and Vegeta and Frieza and others - by applying all this stuff about chi, enlightenment, and actually reading your opponent. It does come up from time to time, but not nearly as much as I'd like: mostly it just comes down to who is stronger. Shame, that. Still, that's what's coming later, so it has little bearing to this particular volume: if anything, Kami's training is a very good thing to read about. And the final battle against Demon King Piccolo was some tense exciting stuff. And it's nice to see Goku finally all grown-up.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    Previously on Dragon Ball, Piccolo is King of the World and is going to destroy it one piece at a time, Goku is with Yajirobe to seek Master Karin's guidance, and the rest of the gang is either dead or recuperating from Piccolo's encounter. Goku and Yajirobe finally arrive at the top of the tower of Karin Sanctuary and Master Karin is quickly able to heal Goku and restore him as the epic fighter we all know and love. Goku asks Master Karin if there is any training he can do to become stronger and Previously on Dragon Ball, Piccolo is King of the World and is going to destroy it one piece at a time, Goku is with Yajirobe to seek Master Karin's guidance, and the rest of the gang is either dead or recuperating from Piccolo's encounter. Goku and Yajirobe finally arrive at the top of the tower of Karin Sanctuary and Master Karin is quickly able to heal Goku and restore him as the epic fighter we all know and love. Goku asks Master Karin if there is any training he can do to become stronger and Master Karin replies that Goku has received all the training he can get and offers a drastic solution that can kill him. There is this sacred holy water that is toxic and whoever drinks it and survives will discover their hidden powers and become stronger. The only exception is every person who has drunk the liquid before Goku have all died trying but luckily Goku has the strength and the perseverance never been witness and survives 6 hours of crucial pain. After that torture he official becomes a saiyan and can feel the evil presence of Piccolo. He immediately heads off to Piccolo's location so he can fight and destroy him once and for all. Meanwhile Tenshinhan desperately tries to create the Mafuba so that way he can kill Piccolo and does not care if he has to die in the process. He successful creates it and hops on a plane to immediately attack Piccolo. When he arrives to the castle, he discovers that the rice cooker is cracked and all hope is doomed but it doesn't stop him from attacking Piccolo with everything he's got. Sadly Piccolo beats him and he did it without using his full strength but Tenshinhan is saved when Goku arrives. He is shocked that Goku is still alive and is flabbergasted when he witness how Goku is a completely different person since the last time they saw each other. He doesn't understand how Goku has become powerful and how he's reached another level of martial arts that could destroy Tenshinhan. Goku and Piccolo fight to the death and honestly it was one of the best fighting scenes in this entire manga. I can completely relate to Tenshinhan when he tries to recap what he saw to others about that fight and at the end he simply says that you had to be there and I completely agree. Piccolo was no match for Goku and even after he beats every single muscle in Goku's body; Goku was able with a single punch destroy Piccolo from the inside and out. What the others didn't see is that Piccolo wasn't going to die without a fight and right before he exploded, he took the essence of himself and throw up an egg that would be his son who would become the next Piccolo but 10x stronger than the original. He would go into hiding preparing for the day he would attack and kill Goku and seek havoc in the world. The whole gang in the process was trying to get closer to Tenshinhan to help him and they were shocked that Goku saved mankind even though the Psychic Crone told them that Goku would and I believe in that moment is when they discovered that Goku is something out of this world. Since Shenlong was destroyed, that means that the dragon balls were destroyed and Goku cannot bring back his friends except for the fact that Karin forgot a certain loophole. The only option to resurrect Shenlong is to meet with its creator which is God. Yajirobe is an atheist and doesn't believe in God, and Goku is clueless the religious significance of who is this God guy but nonetheless since he is pure, humble, and has pure intentions, he is lucky enough to reach the Heavens which is located above Karin Tower where the only way of reaching it is with Goku's magical stick. Goku arrives at heaven, goes through an instructive lesson with God's fighter, and finally meets God except he looks exactly like Piccolo. Piccolo and God were one being and every God has a time frame of living before they die and they need to appoint someone to replace them. God kept saying no to Piccolo and out of his anger came out this evil. Goku impressed God that he destroyed Piccolo but warns him that Piccolo Jr. is still alive and will battle Goku in three years time at the Tenkaichi Budokai tournament. God promises Goku that he will summon the dragon if Goku will stay in Heaven and train with Goku. Goku says yes and everyone comes back alive and they are speechless that Goku is training with God and even Master Roshi has accepted that Goku has surpassed the master. In the next scene we jump three years ahead and everyone is at the tournament. Everyone has been training extra hard since Goku is training with God and when Goku arrives everyone is shocked that (I)He is incredibly taller and (II)He is a complete and utter hunk. They reminiscent about old times and enter the tournament and luckily everyone makes it the semifinals except Chaozu. Taopaipai resurfaces as a cyborg who almost died thanks to Goku and now seeks his revenge on Goku and Tenshinhan. He was able to defeat Chaozu and now gets to fight with Tenshinhan, and on the side note Goku was a tiny bit surprised to see Piccolo because for a second he thought that he wasn't going to make it to the competition. Everyone is clueless about Piccolo except Goku and Tenshinhan but they kept their mouths shut to not cause a panic. This volume is was absolutely stunning and was worth reading the entire series to make it up to this point. I just know that the final two volumes of this manga is going to be beautiful and mind-blowing when it comes to terms of storytelling and what happens next on Dragon Ball Z. I love Goku and I really enjoy seeing him taller and handsome and like the rest of the gang I am curious to see his epic martial arts technique. Until next time on Dragon Ball...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ola G

    All stars!!! (again) This series is just amazing. The imagination, the scope, the humor - I'm reading it reveling in the fact that I've no idea what's going to happen next. My favorite martial arts master Karin Sen'nin is back, but now I've got another favorite, Mr Popo! The concept of a Heaven and a God is brilliant here, the ideas getting a very physical manifestation (e.g. Heaven is so high that the air is thinner, and an evil shard of one's soul, expelled, can grow to become another entity en All stars!!! (again) This series is just amazing. The imagination, the scope, the humor - I'm reading it reveling in the fact that I've no idea what's going to happen next. My favorite martial arts master Karin Sen'nin is back, but now I've got another favorite, Mr Popo! The concept of a Heaven and a God is brilliant here, the ideas getting a very physical manifestation (e.g. Heaven is so high that the air is thinner, and an evil shard of one's soul, expelled, can grow to become another entity entirely). Goku continues to be his amazing, optimistic, humble self, and I simply love everything about that volume!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Blake the Book Eater

    This series is truly becoming amazing. Goku is a delight and I love the emphasis on martial arts fights/training mixed in with the crazier aspects!

  6. 5 out of 5

    megan

    Oh how I love seeing baby Goku defeat demon kings. I literally sat with my mouth wide open when I saw how Piccolo was killed. I'm still cracking up just thinking about it. What a great volume! Oh how I love seeing baby Goku defeat demon kings. I literally sat with my mouth wide open when I saw how Piccolo was killed. I'm still cracking up just thinking about it. What a great volume!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a great volume, Goku emerges scratched from the fight and he continues to battle Piccolo and their fight is epic, the art of Toriyama here is on just another level, its so good! And then we have Goku finally using his fist to defeat Piccolo and he goes to Kami-Sama aka God and we learn more secrets of Piccolo and the world, others are ressurected and he has to train under God and we pick up 3 years later time skip and the next Tenkaichi Budokai starts, this arc just keeps getting epic a This was a great volume, Goku emerges scratched from the fight and he continues to battle Piccolo and their fight is epic, the art of Toriyama here is on just another level, its so good! And then we have Goku finally using his fist to defeat Piccolo and he goes to Kami-Sama aka God and we learn more secrets of Piccolo and the world, others are ressurected and he has to train under God and we pick up 3 years later time skip and the next Tenkaichi Budokai starts, this arc just keeps getting epic and epic!! The art here is just a delight to go through, its so good!

  8. 5 out of 5

    ~Cyanide Latte~

    *Read as part of the 25 Days of Manga challenge for December 2020.* (Quick notation here that somehow when I bought the entire Dragon Ball collector's edition boxset from Amazon, somehow my copy of volume 14 arrived damaged to high heaven. I don't know why and I can't fathom how one single volume in an otherwise pristine boxset could have been so badly damaged, but here we are.) Volume 14 wraps up (mostly) my favorite arc of the original series, and I absolutely love and adore having revisited the *Read as part of the 25 Days of Manga challenge for December 2020.* (Quick notation here that somehow when I bought the entire Dragon Ball collector's edition boxset from Amazon, somehow my copy of volume 14 arrived damaged to high heaven. I don't know why and I can't fathom how one single volume in an otherwise pristine boxset could have been so badly damaged, but here we are.) Volume 14 wraps up (mostly) my favorite arc of the original series, and I absolutely love and adore having revisited the Demon King Piccolo arc and the level of tension it brings. I also adore the aftermath where we get more of the theological aspect of the worldbuilding with the introduction of Mr. Popo and Kami, because I feel like that was set up as a huge deal in the original series. And naturally, I'm sure it surprises nobody that I equally love the way the volume leads out with building up and setting the stage (haha) for the next Tenka'ichi Budôkai and how memorably epic it is. I'm sure it surprises nobody that I have nothing but good things to say at this point, and I will admit upfront that that's easily due to my nostalgic love as I've revisited this series. So please just let me take a moment to reiterate again, to anyone who has grown up around pop culture enough to recognize the ridiculousness of the American DBZ fans (let's be honest with ourselves y'all, we can be ridiculous as hell at the very least,) and might have shied away from the franchise due to the obsessive overhype for decades: please at least consider just trying this original manga series if you get the chance. I won't judge anyone for not getting into it, seriously. The hardcore fans can be obnoxious. But the original series is very fun and entertaining, and I think it's worth a read at least once if you're a lover of shonen manga and you want to get another classic series under your "Read" belt.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Koichi Mashita

    I liked this volume because there is a big changing about the main character in this manga. You know that he looks young, but he was made change his appearance and his body. Everybody were surprised at his changing. They will attend the competition which is the most famous in this world. I wonder that Goku changed his the strength of skill of fighting. Let's read it. I liked this volume because there is a big changing about the main character in this manga. You know that he looks young, but he was made change his appearance and his body. Everybody were surprised at his changing. They will attend the competition which is the most famous in this world. I wonder that Goku changed his the strength of skill of fighting. Let's read it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Artemy

    So far, Dragon Ball just gets better and better with each volume! Incredible series. So much fun.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    Goku is an eccentric monkey-tailed boy with superhuman strength and boundless energy. His life of peaceful solitude is interrupted one day when he meets Bulma, a feisty young lady on the hunt for mysterious wish-granting orbs known as Dragon Balls. Accompanied by a group of zany companions, the two team up on a grand adventure full of all kinds of intense battles, dangerous villains and whacky hijinks. Now this was a blast of nostalgia! Dragon Ball was the first anime I ever watched as a dorky li Goku is an eccentric monkey-tailed boy with superhuman strength and boundless energy. His life of peaceful solitude is interrupted one day when he meets Bulma, a feisty young lady on the hunt for mysterious wish-granting orbs known as Dragon Balls. Accompanied by a group of zany companions, the two team up on a grand adventure full of all kinds of intense battles, dangerous villains and whacky hijinks. Now this was a blast of nostalgia! Dragon Ball was the first anime I ever watched as a dorky little toddler. I remember watching it every week with my big brother. I watched the reruns multiple times and owned all the Budokai and Tenkaichi fighting games. I developed a bit of an unhealthy obsession with Dragon Ball Z throughout my middle school years. While I don't like the series nearly as much as I once did, I'm very thankful toward this series for introducing me to the wonderful world of anime and manga. After Dragon Ball, I watched Ghibli, Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Inuyasha, Fullmetal Alchemist, Rurouni Kenshin, Yu Yu Hakusho, Sailor Moon, Fruits Basket and dozens of others. I then went on to discover some of my all time favorite series like Berserk, Naoki Urasawa's Monster, Gantz, Battle Royale, Attack on Titan, Vagabond, Blade of the Immortal, Parasyte, Goodnight Punpun and more. Dragon Ball made me a fan of this medium and it felt great to re-experience the series from beginning to end for the first time in twenty years. The story and characters are simple, but the series is easy to read, hilarious and wholesome in spite of the constant action. The series starts off as a raunchy, self-aware slapstick comedy full of fourth-wall breaking, sexual innuendos and surprisingly dirty jokes. This series was definitely edgy for its time considering it was geared towards a young audience. A lot of the perverted humor and gag comedy wouldn't fly too well with modern sensibilities, but it can be pretty funny for people who don't get offended easily and can handle some outdated mannerisms and attitudes from the past. While the series does start off as a comedy gag reel, it slowly develops into a more serious streamlined plot with better written characters and villains. The story never really blooms into anything worth writing home about, but it remains consistently entertaining and fun to read. The interactions between Goku and his pals is always funny, even the way he plays around with his enemies is comical. If I remember as well as I think I do, I believe the maturity of the story and characters improve much more in the sequel series which I'll eventually get around to reviewing at some point. The original Dragon Ball ends on a great battle sequence that sets up the more serious tone of Dragon Ball Z. My only major complaint about the overall story is the Dragon Balls make things way too convenient and removes the stakes and consequences of literally everything. If a major character dies they can just be wished back. This removes any sense of drama or tension from the battles and the consequences of the villains actions becomes moot. The series doesn't take itself too seriously and often pokes fun at itself, but the way the Dragon Balls are utilized are just a little too much in my opinion. Even comedies need a certain amount of suspension and stakes to make me care about what's going on. *** If you're looking for some dark ambient music for reading horror, dark fantasy and other books like this one, then be sure to check out my YouTube Channel called Nightmarish Compositions: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPPs...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    The decisive battle between Goku and Demon King Piccolo comes to an end. With the victor being of course Goku and with his victory Goku is offered a chance that no human has ever been given, to come face to face with GOD, who looks very familiar. After Goku makes a deal to train with God aka Kami for 3 years until the 23rd World Tournament, Shenlong is revived along with everyone who was killed by Demon King Piccolo. That brings a close to the King Piccolo Saga and we jump 3 years to the start o The decisive battle between Goku and Demon King Piccolo comes to an end. With the victor being of course Goku and with his victory Goku is offered a chance that no human has ever been given, to come face to face with GOD, who looks very familiar. After Goku makes a deal to train with God aka Kami for 3 years until the 23rd World Tournament, Shenlong is revived along with everyone who was killed by Demon King Piccolo. That brings a close to the King Piccolo Saga and we jump 3 years to the start of the Piccolo Jr. Saga.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    Goku shows how far he's progressed from the monkey-boy in the woods. In order to avenge the death of his friend and Master, he takes down the Demon King Piccolo in a wild showdown. Still, he wants to train for in 3 years is the next tournament...being super-human already Goku's only choice is to train with...God. Above Korrin's tower is the place of Kami-Sama, who reveals he's actually the other half of Piccolo. He agrees to train Goku for 3 years time for the Demon King left an egg with his ess Goku shows how far he's progressed from the monkey-boy in the woods. In order to avenge the death of his friend and Master, he takes down the Demon King Piccolo in a wild showdown. Still, he wants to train for in 3 years is the next tournament...being super-human already Goku's only choice is to train with...God. Above Korrin's tower is the place of Kami-Sama, who reveals he's actually the other half of Piccolo. He agrees to train Goku for 3 years time for the Demon King left an egg with his essence who also vows revenge. Oh yeah, and Shenlong is revived. And Goku and the gang all grow up!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    In which Goku fights the Demon King and meets God! It's a climactic fight ending, but what I'm truly excited for is this next tournament arc. It spares no time going right into the matchups next volume but it feels like every character has been leading up to this. Character arcs building since the first volumes of Dragon Ball, and every arc having something new to throw at Goku and friends. This volume? It's good, it wraps up the Demon King Piccolo arc and starts laying the groundwork for what c In which Goku fights the Demon King and meets God! It's a climactic fight ending, but what I'm truly excited for is this next tournament arc. It spares no time going right into the matchups next volume but it feels like every character has been leading up to this. Character arcs building since the first volumes of Dragon Ball, and every arc having something new to throw at Goku and friends. This volume? It's good, it wraps up the Demon King Piccolo arc and starts laying the groundwork for what comes next, so it can be a bit slow but is also bigger than ever.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Hayden

    The climax to one of my favourite arcs!! King Piccolo vs goku is one of the best fights, anime or manga. Loved it throughly, then we get to the meeting of kami and training for the next threat......he looks familiar doesn't he...... Again like before the anime has a few filler episodes during this period, the three years from the fall of king Piccolo to the next martial arts tournament, would have liked a little more but again it continues the main plot off and that's never a bad thing 🐑 The climax to one of my favourite arcs!! King Piccolo vs goku is one of the best fights, anime or manga. Loved it throughly, then we get to the meeting of kami and training for the next threat......he looks familiar doesn't he...... Again like before the anime has a few filler episodes during this period, the three years from the fall of king Piccolo to the next martial arts tournament, would have liked a little more but again it continues the main plot off and that's never a bad thing 🐑

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sam Julian

    This was excellent just for how absolutely trippy it is. I love the introduction of a physical deity and the notion of ‘God’ being a real person. And then things just keep getting weirder and weirder. The introduction of Mr Popo, the reveal of God’s identity (and the notion that it’s really more of a title than anything). It’s all delightfully weird worldbuilding. And it wraps up to a happy ending!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nick Katenkamp

    Much of this volume compromises the conclusion of Goku vs Piccolo which ends effectively. Goku then seeks out God for further training which is a story line i rather enjoyed. And finally 3 years pass and the characters meet back up for the next tournament with a a new Piccolo to face. Overall very eventful and nice to see Goku all grown up

  18. 4 out of 5

    Diogo Muller

    This is a transitional volume, ending the Demon King Piccolo arc, and starting the Piccolo Jr/Martial Arts Tournament arc. Good action, and a good timeskip where the characters actually look older now.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Denisa

    Another rating: 8,5/10

  20. 5 out of 5

    Loren Dillon

    So much in one volume. Going from defeating Piccolo to meeting Kami-Sama to three years pass and Goku becoming an adult to the tournament and to the finals.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shilpee Singh

    Good

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Oh, no. Another tournament? :(

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Poirier

    alot of happy endngs and fights, along with reunions

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mal Martin

    Goku has finally reached adulthood and is going through yet another "Strongest under the Heavens Match." Who will win? Goku has finally reached adulthood and is going through yet another "Strongest under the Heavens Match." Who will win?

  25. 4 out of 5

    CateSky♡

    4,5 stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Isabella

    Young goku is finally tall!! It's time for the last tournament!! We're reaching the ene of dragon ball (the original saga, that is) 🗣️ Young goku is finally tall!! It's time for the last tournament!! We're reaching the ene of dragon ball (the original saga, that is) 🗣️

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ben Zimmerman

    This volume was phenomenal. It's weird how long it took to reach the Goku I remember from my childhood. Piccolo has been defeated and the third Budokai tournament arc is on. This volume was phenomenal. It's weird how long it took to reach the Goku I remember from my childhood. Piccolo has been defeated and the third Budokai tournament arc is on.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Paul Graham Terpstra

    Goku has trained hard, but is it hard enough to win? Great issue

  29. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    Wow!! that fight scene between Goku and Piccolo was incredible!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Thang

    The death of Piccolo The return of Piccolo And finally we have the maturation of Son Goku from kid to adult.

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