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Dragon Ball Vol. 9: Test of the All-Seeing Crone

Dragon Ball Volume 9

Test of the All-Seeing Crone
Having defeated the Red Ribbon Army single-handedly and taken their Dragon Balls, Goku finds that one is still missing! To locate it, he goes to the palace of the All-Seeing Crone, Baba Uranai, who can find anything in the world...for a price! The crone agrees to find the Dragon Ball for free if Goku and his friends--Yamcha, Pu'ar, Kuririn and Upa--can best her five supernatural champions in one-on-one combat. But even if they can beat Dracula, the Mummy, and the Devil, the final challenger just might give Goku the shock of his life!
Akira Toriyama
188 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 9. Now check out Volume 10!

Dragon Ball Vol. 10: Return To The Tournament

Return To The Tournament

Dragon Ball Vol. 10

Goku needs just one more Dragon Ball to wish Upa's father back to life...but the Ball is in the hands of an old enemy! Then, Goku and his friends part ways, promising to meet again in three years at the Tenka'ichi Budôkai, the "Strongest-Under-the-Heavens" Martial Arts Tournament. But this time the competition is stronger than ever: Tenshinhan and Chaozu, the deadly disciples of Tsuru-Sen'nin, the Crane Hermit! Will Kame-Sen'nin's turtle-style kung fu beat crane style? Or will their strange new opponents be triumphant?
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