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Dragon Ball Z Vol. 16: The Room of Spirit and Time

Dragon Ball Z Volume 16

The Room of Spirit and Time
Cell has fused with android #17, becoming practically invincible--but not for long! Training in the Room of Spirit and Time, where a year passes for every day outside, Vegeta and Trunks have gone beyond the Super Saiyan, reaching a level of power even greater than second-stage Cell! Now Cell is the one who is outmatched--but Vegeta hates a boring fight. Succumbing to his pride, Vegeta agrees to help Cell fuse with android #18, the last element he needs to become "perfect," so he can have the honor of defeating the strongest being in the world!
Akira Toriyama
186 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 16. Now check out Volume 17!

Dragon Ball Z Vol. 17: The Cell Game

The Cell Game

Dragon Ball Z Vol. 17

Now in his Perfect Form, Cell is stronger than any creature alive--even the muscled-out new form of the mighty Saiyans. Finding no competition on Earth, Cell invades a TV studio and gives the world an ultimatum: produce a fighter who can beat him in one-on-one combat, or he will methodically slaughter every living thing! But does the human race…or even the Saiyan race…have a champion who can go up against Cell? Plus the alternate-timeline story of Trunks' origin!
191 Pages
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