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Title:
Dragon Ball. Vol. 13
Author:
Toriyama, Akira, 1955-
Personal Author:
Edition:
Shonen Jump graphic novel edition.
Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : Viz, 2003.

©1984
Physical Description:
178 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm.
General Note:
"DB: 13 of 42."

"In the original Japanese edition, Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z are known collectively as the 42-volume series Dragon Ball. The English Dragon Ball Z was originally volumes 17-42 of the Japanese Dragon Ball"--P. [2].

In keeping with the original Japanese format, this book reads from back to front and from right to left.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
Rated "A" for all ages.
Added Author:
Added Uniform Title:
Dragon Ball (Comic strip)
ISBN:
9781591161486
Format :
Book

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With a wish on the Dragon Balls, Piccolo restores his youth, becoming more powerful than ever! Flying to the palace of the King of the World, he announces that he is the new King, and broadcasts his reign of terror on international TV!Only Tenshinhan and Goku have a chance to stop Piccolo: Tenshinhan by mastering a martial arts move that can kill the one who uses it, and Goku by drinking a magic potion that might make him stronger--or kill him too! Two heroes risk death to save the planet--and meanwhile, Yajirobe eats too much and gets sick!


Author Notes

Akira Toriyama is a Manga artist and video game designer and writer, born in 1955, and based in Japan. He became popular in 1980 with his work Dr. Slump. From 1984-1995, his series Dragon Ball ran in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. It became popular in the U.S. published as Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. He designed video games which include Dragon Quest, Chrono Trigger, Tobal No. 1, and Blue Dragon. His manga works include COWA!, Kajika, Sand Land, Neko Majin, and a children's book, Toccio the Angel.

(Bowker Author Biography)