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Dragon Ball Z Vol. 20: The New Generation

Dragon Ball Z Volume 20

The New Generation
Dragon Ball Z fast-forwards into the future! Years after the battle with Cell, the Earth has forgotten about the existence of the super warriors, and Gohan is living the life of a mild- mannered high school student. Mild-mannered until evil strikes,that is...and the world needs the power of the Great Saiyaman!As Gohan's high school classmates ponder the similarity between their classmate and the masked crimefighter, two even stronger warriors prepare to make their names known. Their names are Goten and Trunks, and though they're not even out of elementary school, they may be the toughest things on the planet.
Akira Toriyama
184 Pages
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You've read Volume 20. Now check out Volume 21!

Dragon Ball Z Vol. 21: Tournament of the Heavens

Tournament of the Heavens

Dragon Ball Z Vol. 21

Earth's heroes have come out of retirement, and the audience at the Tenka'ichi Budôkai--"Strongest Under the Heavens" martial arts tournament--is about to see what real martial artists can do! While Trunks and Gohan tear up the Junior Division, Videl, the daughter of Earth's "champion" Hercule, prepares to test her newfound kung fu skills (like flying). Meanwhile, the experienced heroes prepare for their turn to fight Goku, who has come back from the dead just for this one match! But Goku isn't the only otherworldly visitor. Two mysterious contestants have entered the tournament, wielding the power of the heavens...and they have a special mission in this world!
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