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Cover of the first Dragon Ball manga volume released in Japan.

Dragon Ball is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. The story follows the adventures of Son Goku from his childhood through adulthood as he trains in martial arts and explores the world in search of the seven orbs known as the Dragon Balls, which summon a wish-granting dragon when gathered. Along his journey, Goku makes several friends and battles a wide variety of villains, many of whom also seek the Dragon Balls.

The series was serialized as 519 individual chapters in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 3, 1984 to June 5, 1995.[1][2] These chapters were collected by Shueisha into a series of 42 tankōbon volumes; the first released on November 10, 1985 and the last on August 4, 1995.[3][4] Between December 4, 2002 and April 2, 2004, the manga was re-released in a collection of 34 kanzenban, which included a slightly rewritten ending, new covers, and color artwork from its original magazine run.[5][6] A sōshūhen edition that aims to recreate the manga as it was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump with color pages, promotional text, and next chapter previews, was published in 18 volumes between May 13, 2016 and January 13, 2017.[7][8] There have been two anime adaptations, both produced by Toei Animation; the first, also named Dragon Ball, adapted the first 194 chapters of the manga, while the second is titled Dragon Ball Z and adapted the remaining 325 chapters of the series.

The North American distributing company Viz Media has released all 42 volumes in English. Viz initially titled volumes seventeen through forty-two of the manga Dragon Ball Z to reduce confusion for their readers. They began releasing both series chapter by chapter in a monthly comic book format in 1998, before switching to a graphic novel format in 2000; the last volume of Dragon Ball was released on August 3, 2004, while the last one of Dragon Ball Z was released on June 6, 2006.[9][10] Between June 2008 and August 2009, Viz re-released both series in a wideban format called "Viz Big Edition", which is a collection of three volumes in one.[11][12] Between June 2013 and September 2016, they released a new 3-in-1 edition of the series in 14 volumes.[13] This version uses the Japanese kanzenban covers and marks the first time in English that the entire series was released under the Dragon Ball name.

Volume list[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

No. Title Japanese release English release
1 The Monkey King (Son Goku and Friends)
Son Gokū to Nakamatachi (孫悟空と仲間たち)
September 10, 1985[3]
ISBN 978-4-08-851831-2
March 12, 2003[14]
ISBN 978-1-56931-920-8
2 Wish Upon a Dragon (A Critical Moment for the Dragon Balls)
Doragon Booru Kiki Ippatsu (ドラゴンボール危機一髪)
January 10, 1986[15]
ISBN 978-4-08-851832-9
March 12, 2003[16]
ISBN 978-1-56931-921-5
3 The Training of Kame-sen'nin (The Tenka'ichi Budōkai Begins!!)
Tenkaichi Budōkai Hajimaru!! (天下一武道会はじまる!!)
June 10, 1986[17]
ISBN 978-4-08-851833-6
March 12, 2003[18]
ISBN 978-1-56931-922-2
4 Strongest Under the Heavens (The Grand Finals)
Daikesshōsen (大決勝戦)
October 9, 1986[19]
ISBN 978-4-08-851834-3
March 12, 2003[20]
ISBN 978-1-56931-923-9
5 The Red Ribbon Army (The Terror of Muscle Tower)
Massuru Tawā no Kyōfu (マッスルタワーの恐怖)
January 9, 1987[21]
ISBN 978-4-08-851835-0
March 12, 2003[22]
ISBN 978-1-56931-924-6
6 Bulma Returns! (Bulma's Big Mistake!!)
Buruma no Daishippai!! (ブルマの大失敗!!)
March 10, 1987[23]
ISBN 978-4-08-851836-7
March 12, 2003[24]
ISBN 978-1-56931-925-3
7 General Blue and the Pirate Treasure (Pursuit!! General Blue)
Tsuiseki!! Burū Shōgun (追跡!!ブルー将軍)
May 8, 1987[25]
ISBN 978-4-08-851837-4
March 12, 2003[26]
ISBN 978-1-56931-926-0
8 Taopaipai and Master Karin (Son Goku's Assault)
Son Gokū Totsugeki (孫悟空突撃)
July 10, 1987[27]
ISBN 978-4-08-851838-1
May 7, 2003[28]
ISBN 978-1-56931-927-7
9 Test of the All-Seeing Crone (When Worried, See Baba Uranai)
Komatta Toki no Uranai Baba (こまったときの占いババ)
September 10, 1987[29]
ISBN 978-4-08-851839-8
May 7, 2003[30]
ISBN 978-1-56931-928-4
10 Return to the Tournament (The 22nd Tenka'ichi Budōkai)
Dainijūnikai Tenkaichi Budōkai (第22回天下一武道会)
November 10, 1987[31]
ISBN 978-4-08-851840-4
May 7, 2003[32]
ISBN 978-1-56931-929-1
11 The Eyes of Tenshinhan (The World's Greatest Super Battle!!)
Tenkaichi no Sūpā Batoru!! (天下一のスーパーバトル!!)
February 10, 1988[33]
ISBN 978-4-08-851608-0
May 7, 2003[34]
ISBN 978-1-56931-919-2
12 The Demon King Piccolo (The Terror of Piccolo Daimao!)
Pikkoro Daimaō no Kyōfu! (ピッコロ大魔王の恐怖!)
April 8, 1988[35]
ISBN 978-4-08-851609-7
September 3, 2003[36]
ISBN 978-1-59116-155-4
13 Piccolo Conquers the Earth (Son Goku's Counterattack!?)
Son Gokū no Gyakushū!? (孫悟空の逆襲!?)
June 10, 1988[37]
ISBN 978-4-08-851610-3
November 19, 2003[38]
ISBN 978-1-59116-148-6
14 Heaven and Earth (Even More Action)
Sara Naru Hiyaku (さらなる飛躍)
August 10, 1988[39]
ISBN 978-4-08-851611-0
February 18, 2004[40]
ISBN 978-1-59116-169-1
15 The Titanic Tournament (Rivals Standing Their Ground!)
Gunyū Kakkyo! (群雄割拠!)
December 6, 1988[41]
ISBN 978-4-08-851612-7
May 19, 2004[42]
ISBN 978-1-59116-297-1
16 Goku vs. Piccolo (The Dragon and Tiger Mutually Strike!)
Ryūko Aiutsu! (龍虎相討つ!)
February 10, 1989[43]
ISBN 978-4-08-851613-4
August 3, 2004[9]
ISBN 978-1-59116-457-9

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

No. Title Japanese release English release
1 The World's Greatest Team (A Never Before Seen Terror)
Katsute Nai Kyōfu (かつてない恐怖)
May 10, 1989[44]
ISBN 978-4-08-851614-1
March 12, 2003[45]
ISBN 978-1-56931-930-7
2 The Lord of Worlds (Son Gohan and Piccolo Daimao)
Son Gohan to Pikkoro Daimaō (孫悟飯とピッコロ大魔王)
July 10, 1989[46]
ISBN 978-4-08-851615-8
March 12, 2003[47]
ISBN 978-1-56931-931-4
3 Earth vs. the Saiyans (Hurry, Son Goku!)
Isoge! Son Gokū (いそげ!孫悟空)
November 10, 1989[48]
ISBN 978-4-08-851616-5
March 12, 2003[49]
ISBN 978-1-56931-932-1
4 Goku vs. Vegeta (A Fateful Super Decisive Battle!!)
Tenkawakeme no Chōkessen!! (天下分け目の超決戦)
January 10, 1990[50]
ISBN 978-4-08-851617-2
March 12, 2003[51]
ISBN 978-1-56931-933-8
5 Dragon Ball in Space (Go For It! The Planet Namek)
Mezase! Namekku no Hoshi (めざせ!ナメックの星)
April 10, 1990[52]
ISBN 978-4-08-851618-9
March 12, 2003[53]
ISBN 978-1-56931-934-5
6 Battlefield Namek (The Namekians' Resistance)
Namekkuseijin no Teikō (ナメック星人の抵抗)
July 10, 1990[54]
ISBN 978-4-08-851619-6
March 12, 2003[55]
ISBN 978-1-56931-935-2
7 The Ginyu Force (The Terrible Ginyu Special-Squad)
Kyōfu no Ginyū Tokusentai (恐怖のギニュー特戦隊)
October 8, 1990[56]
ISBN 978-4-08-851620-2
March 12, 2003[57]
ISBN 978-1-56931-936-9
8 Goku vs. Ginyu (Goku or Ginyu!?)
Gokū ka!? Ginyū ka!? (悟空か!?ギニューか!?)
January 10, 1991[58]
ISBN 978-4-08-851414-7
May 7, 2003[59]
ISBN 978-1-56931-937-6
9 The Wrath of Freeza (Freeza's Super Transformation!!)
Furīza Chōhenshin!! (フリーザ超変身!!)
March 8, 1991[60]
ISBN 978-4-08-851415-4
May 7, 2003[61]
ISBN 978-1-56931-938-3
10 Goku vs. Freeza (Son Goku... Revived!!)
Son Gokū...Fukkatsu!! (孫悟空…復活!!)
June 10, 1991[62]
ISBN 978-4-08-851416-1
May 7, 2003[63]
ISBN 978-1-56931-939-0
11 The Super Saiyan (The Legendary Super Saiyan)
Densetsu no Sūpā Saiyajin (伝説の超サイヤ人)
August 7, 1991[64]
ISBN 978-4-08-851417-8
May 7, 2003[65]
ISBN 978-1-56931-807-2
12 Enter Trunks (The Boy From the Future)
Mirai kara Kita Shōnen (未来から来た少年)
November 8, 1991[66]
ISBN 978-4-08-851418-5
August 6, 2003[67]
ISBN 978-1-56931-985-7
13 The Red Ribbon Androids (Goku, Defeated!)
Gokū, Yabureru! (悟空、敗れる!)
March 10, 1992[68]
ISBN 978-4-08-851419-2
October 8, 2003[69]
ISBN 978-1-56931-986-4
14 Rise of the Machines (Evil Premonition!)
Jāku na Yokan (邪悪な予感)
June 10, 1992[70]
ISBN 978-4-08-851420-8
December 31, 2003[71]
ISBN 978-1-59116-180-6
15 The Terror of Cell (Cell, Stealthily Approaching)
Shinobiyoru Seru (忍びよるセル)
August 4, 1992 [72]
ISBN 978-4-08-851686-8
April 14, 2004[73]
ISBN 978-1-59116-186-8
16 The Room of Spirit and Time (Cell's Perfect-Form Achieved!!)
Seru no Kanzentai Kansei!! (セルの完全体 完成!!)
November 2, 1992[74]
ISBN 978-4-08-851687-5
July 14, 2004[75]
ISBN 978-1-59116-328-2
17 The Cell Game (The Cell Games Begin)
Seru Geemu Hajimaru (セルゲーム始まる)
December 26, 1992[76]
ISBN 978-4-08-851688-2
October 12, 2004[77]
ISBN 978-1-59116-505-7
18 Gohan vs. Cell (The Warrior Who Surpassed Goku )
Gokū o Koeta Senshi (悟空を越えた戦士)
June 4, 1993[78]
ISBN 978-4-08-851689-9
January 4, 2005[79]
ISBN 978-1-59116-637-5
19 Death of a Warrior (Goodbye, Warriors)
Sayōnara Senshitachi (さようなら戦士たち)
September 3, 1993[80]
ISBN 978-4-08-851700-1
April 5, 2005[81]
ISBN 978-1-59116-751-8
20 The New Generation (Birth of a New Hero!!)
Nyū Hīrō Tanjō!! (ニューヒーロー誕生!!)
November 4, 1993[82]
ISBN 978-4-08-851495-6
May 31, 2005[83]
ISBN 978-1-59116-808-9
21 Tournament of the Heavens (The Plan Begins Moving)
Ugoki Hajimeta Sakusen (動き始めた作戦)
April 4, 1994[84]
ISBN 978-4-08-851496-3
August 2, 2005[85]
ISBN 978-1-59116-873-7
22 Mark of the Warlock (The Fated Showdown: Son Goku vs Vegeta!!)
Shukumei no Taiketsu Son Gokū Tai Bejiita (宿命の対決 孫悟空対ベジータ)
August 4, 1994[86]
ISBN 978-4-08-851497-0
October 10, 2005[87]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0051-5
23 Boo Unleashed! (Farewell, Pride-filled Warrior)
Saraba Hokori Takaki Senshi (さらば誇り高き戦士)
December 2, 1994[88]
ISBN 978-4-08-851498-7
December 5, 2005[89]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0148-2
24 Hercule to the Rescue (The Earth Army's Last Secret Weapon!!)
Chikyūgun, Saigo no Himitsu Heiki!! (地球軍、最後の秘密兵器!!)
March 3, 1995[90]
ISBN 978-4-08-851499-4
February 7, 2006[91]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0273-1
25 Last Hero Standing! (Do Your Best, Super Gotenks-kun)
Ganbare Sūpā Gotenkusukun (がんばれ 超ゴテンクスくん)
June 2, 1995[92]
ISBN 978-4-08-851500-7
April 4, 2006[93]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0404-9
26 Goodbye, Dragon World! (Bye Bye Dragon World)
Baibai Doragon Wārudo (バイバイ ドラゴンワールド)
August 4, 1995[4]
ISBN 978-4-08-851090-3
June 6, 2006[10]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0636-4

Dragon Ball SD[edit]

Dragon Ball SD is a colored spin-off manga written and illustrated by Naho Ōishi that has been published in Shueisha's Saikyō Jump magazine since its debut issue released in December 2010.[94] The manga is a condensed retelling of Goku's various adventures as a child, with many details changed, in a super deformed art style, hence the title. After four chapters, the quarterly Saikyō Jump switched to a monthly schedule. The chapters published since the monthly switch have been collected into tankōbon volumes since April 4, 2013.

No. Release date ISBN
1 April 4, 2013[95] ISBN 978-4-08-870648-1
  • 001. "Bulma, Son Goku and the Dragon Balls" (ブルマと悟空とドラゴンボール?, Buruma to Gokū to Doragon Bōru)
  • 002. "Transforming Yōkai, Oolong" (変身妖怪ウーロン?, Henshin Yōkai Ūron)
  • 003. "Yamcha, Wolf of the Wilderness" (荒野の狼ヤムチャ?, Kōya no Ōkami Yamucha)
  • 004. "Gyū-Maō of Fry-Pan Mountain" (フライパン山の牛魔王?, Furaipan Yama no Gyūmaō)
  • 005. "Shenlong Appears" (神龍あらわる!?, Shenron Arawaru!)
  • 006. "Goku's Great Transformation" (悟空の大変身?, Gokū no Dai-Henshin)
  • 007. "Find a Pichi-Pichi Gal!!" (ぴちぴちギャルを探せ!!?, Pichi-Pichi Gyaru o Sagase!!)
  • 008. "The Training Begins!!" (修行開始!!?, Shugyō Kaishi!!)
  • 009. "The Curtain Rises on the Tenka'ichi Budōkai!!!" (天下一武道会開幕!!!?, Tenka’ichi Budōkai Kaimaku!!!)
2 April 4, 2014[96] ISBN 978-4-08-880020-2
  • 010. "Offense and Defense! Kuririn vs. Jackie" (大攻防! クリリンVSジャッキー?, Dai-Kōbō! Kuririn Bāsasu Jakkī)
  • 011. "The Grand Finals!!" (大決勝戦!!?, Dai-Kesshōsen!!)
  • 012. "The Tenka'ichi Budōkai in a Great Uproar!!!" (天下一武道会大騒然!!!?, Tenka’ichi Budōkai Dai-Sōzen!!!)
  • 013. "Struggle for the Dragon Balls" (ドラゴンボール争奪戦?, Doragon Bōru Sōdatsusen)
  • 014. "Confrontation! Ninja Murasaki!" (対決! 忍者ムラサキ?, Taiketsu! Ninja Murasaki)
  • 015. "The End of Muscle Tower!!" (マッスルタワーの最期!!?, Massuru Tawā no Saigo!!)
  • 016. "Let's Find the Dragon Balls" (探そうぜ! ドラゴンボール?, Sagasō ze! Doragon Bōru)
  • 017. "General Blue Begins His Attack" (攻撃開始! ブルー将軍?, Kōgeki Kaishi! Burū Shōgun)
  • 018. "A Pirate Ghost Appears?!" (海賊の亡霊あらわる!??, Kaizoku no Bōrei Arawaru!?)
3 December 4, 2014[97] ISBN 978-4-08-880236-7
  • 019. "Clash! The Shining Eyes of General Blue!!" (激突! 光る瞳のブルー将軍!!?, Gekitotsu! Hikaru Hitomi no Burū Shōgun!!)
  • 020. "The Great Escape!!" (大脱出!!?, Dai-Dasshutsu!!)
  • 021. "The Holy Land of Karin" (聖地カリン?, Seichi Karin)
  • 022. "Brutal! The Assassin “Taopaipai”" (残虐! 殺し屋“桃白白”?, Zangyaku! Koroshiya “Taopaipai”)
  • 023. "Karin-sama of Karin Tower" (カリン塔のカリン様?, Karin Tō no Karin-sama)
  • 024. "Steal! The Super Holy Water!!" (うばえ! 超聖水!!?, Ubae! Chō-Seisui!!)
  • 025. "Great Battle in the Holy Land!!!" (聖地の大決戦!!!?, Seichi no Dai-Kessen!!!)
  • 026. "Assault on Red Ribbon Headquarters!!" (突撃! レッドリボン軍総本部!!?, Totsugeki! Reddo Ribon Gun Sō-Honbu!!)
  • 027. "Son Goku Marches Forward" (孫悟空快進撃!?, Son Gokū Kai-Shingeki!)
  • 028. "A Great Victory!!!" (大勝利!!!?, Dai-Shōri!!!)
4 February 4, 2016[98] ISBN 978-4-08-880612-9

Dragon Ball Super[edit]

The Dragon Ball Super anime, which is written by Toriyama, is being adapted into a companion manga illustrated by Toyotarou. It began serialization in the August 2015 issue of V Jump, which was released on June 20, 2015.[99] Shueisha began collecting the chapters into tankōbon volumes with the first published on April 4, 2016. Viz Media began posting free English translations of the manga chapters to their website on June 24, 2016,[100] with plans for a print release in spring 2017.[101]

No. Title Japanese release English release
1 Warriors from Universe 6!
Dai-Roku Uchū no Senshi-tachi (第6宇宙の戦士たち)
April 4, 2016[102]
ISBN 978-4-08-880661-7
May 2, 2017[103]
ISBN 978-1-42-159254-1
  1. "Goku Defeated" (孫悟空の敗北?, Son Gokū no Haiboku)
  2. "The Rage of Beerus" (ビルスの怒り?, Birusu no Ikari)
  3. "Battle of Gods" (神と神?, Kami to Kami, lit. "God and God")
  4. "Beerus and Champa" (ビルスとシャンパ?, Birusu to Shanpa)
  5. "Tournament Preparation" (大会の準備?, Taikai no Junbi)
  6. "Warriors from Universe 6" (第6宇宙の戦士たち?, Dai Roku Uchū no Senshi-tachi)
  7. "Battle Begins!" (試合開始!?, Shiai Kaishi!)
  8. "Goku vs. Botamo" (悟空VSボタモ?, Gokū Bāsasu Botamo)
2 The Winning Universe is Decided!
Yūshō Uchū, Tsui ni Kettei!! (優勝宇宙、ついに決定!!)
December 2, 2016[104]
ISBN 978-4-08-880867-3
December 5, 2017[105]
ISBN 978-1-42-159647-1
  1. "Frost's True Form" (フロストの正体?, Furosuto no Shōtai)
  2. "Vegeta's Turn!!" (ベジータ登場!!?, Bejīta Tōjō!!)
  3. "Saiyan's Pride" (サイヤ人の誇り?, Saiya-jin no Hokori)
  4. "The Winning Universe is Decided!" (優勝宇宙、ついに決定!!?, Yūshō Uchū, Tsui ni Kettei!!)
  5. "SOS From the Future" (未来からのSOS?, Mirai Kara no Esu Ō Esu)
  6. "Hope!! Once Again" (HOPE!! 再び?, Hope!! Futabi)
3 TBA June 2, 2017[106]
ISBN 978-4-08-881084-3

Chapters not in tankōbon format[edit]

  1. "Future Trunks' Past" (“未来”トランクスの過去?, “Mirai” Torankusu no Kako)
  2. "Zamas: The Next Lord of Lords from Universe 10" (次期第10宇宙界王神候補ザマス?, Jiki Dai-Jū Uchū Kaiōshin Kōho Zamasu)
  3. "Goku Black's True Identity" (ゴクウブラックの正体?, Gokū Burakku no Shōtai)
  4. "Another Zamas" (もう一人のザマス?, Mō Hitori no Zamasu)
  5. "The Zero Human Project" (人間ゼロ計画?, Ningen Zero Keikaku)
  6. "Last Chance for Hope" (HOPEへのラストチャンス?, Hōpu e no Rasuto Chansu)
  7. "Zamas' Final Trump Card" (ザマスの最終手段?, Zamasu no Saishū Shudan)
  8. "The Potara's True Worth" (ポタラの真価?, Potara no Shinka)
  9. "Son Goku's Evolution" (孫悟空の進化?, Son Gokū no Shinka)

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