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Dragon Ball introduces a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku (a wry update of the classic Chinese "Monkey King" legend), whose quiet life changes when he meets a girl named Bulma who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, Dragon Ball introduces a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku (a wry update of the classic Chinese "Monkey King" legend), whose quiet life changes when he meets a girl named Bulma who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and Bulma could use the help of a certain super-strong boy... Earth faces its deadliest threat ever! Cell is a biologically engineered abomination constructed from the universe’s most powerful beings, including Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo and even Freeza! To increase his power and achieve his perfect form, Cell must absorb powerful warriors and steal their energy. Now Cell is about to issue a terrible ultimatum to Earth: produce one warrior who can stand up to Cell one-on-one or he will destroy every living thing on Earth!


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Dragon Ball introduces a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku (a wry update of the classic Chinese "Monkey King" legend), whose quiet life changes when he meets a girl named Bulma who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, Dragon Ball introduces a young monkey-tailed boy named Goku (a wry update of the classic Chinese "Monkey King" legend), whose quiet life changes when he meets a girl named Bulma who is on a quest to collect seven "Dragon Balls." If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and Bulma could use the help of a certain super-strong boy... Earth faces its deadliest threat ever! Cell is a biologically engineered abomination constructed from the universe’s most powerful beings, including Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo and even Freeza! To increase his power and achieve his perfect form, Cell must absorb powerful warriors and steal their energy. Now Cell is about to issue a terrible ultimatum to Earth: produce one warrior who can stand up to Cell one-on-one or he will destroy every living thing on Earth!

30 review for Dragon Ball 3-in-1 Edition, Vol. 11: Includes Vols. 31, 32, 33

  1. 5 out of 5

    Khurram

    A very good collection of Dragonball. This more of a set up collection. I know what they were doing, but I did want more action. I did like the weakness in the just pain strength department. This issue is more about the prices in place. For the games to come. This makes this slowed down collect necessary. Even to be fair there were a couple of big fights in this collection I would give it 4.5 stars but I hate to say it it was just a bit too slowed down.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    Cell is possibly one of the coolest villains, and I’m really curious to see where this goes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rory Wilding

    With three evil androids that were created by the late Dr. Gero running amok, there is a greater threat towards the Earth as Piccolo – fused again with Kami – confronts Cell, an artificial life-form begun by Gero and completed by his computer. Biologically engineered from the cells of the greatest warriors, including Goku, Piccolo and even Freeza, Cell arrives from the future, so that he can reach his complete form by absorbing the androids 17 and 18. We have seen villains in other superhero prop With three evil androids that were created by the late Dr. Gero running amok, there is a greater threat towards the Earth as Piccolo – fused again with Kami – confronts Cell, an artificial life-form begun by Gero and completed by his computer. Biologically engineered from the cells of the greatest warriors, including Goku, Piccolo and even Freeza, Cell arrives from the future, so that he can reach his complete form by absorbing the androids 17 and 18. We have seen villains in other superhero properties that share the same abilities of other characters, which is often lead to some unoriginal and poorly-conceived climaxes like X-Men Origins: Wolverine. However, the way Akira Toriyama uses Cell throughout his volume, whether it is visually through his three forms, as well as how the characters are motivated because of his actions, makes him one of the standout villains of the entire manga. Although Toriyama repeats the idea of a villain’s final form is a smaller and sleeker design than previous forms, Cell works on a visual idea, as well as personifying the worst aspects of the Z fighters. Whilst you have most of the Z fighters going through a sense of fear because of Cell, which leads to them training intensely to hopefully rival his strength, characters like Vegeta and Android 17 are so arrogant that they think Cell is below them, which obviously leads them to their downfall. To give Vegeta, if he says he’ll transcend the Super Saiyan, he commits to that goal as Toriyama presents a stunning splash page of Vegeta charging up with his golden hair extending and a great muscular body. This isn’t quite Super Saiyan 2, but it’s “Super Vegeta” and is pretty glorious. Vegeta has the ability to destroy Cell, but because the latter hasn’t reached his perfect form yet, the former allows his enemy to track down his target, just so Vegeta can beat the soon-to-be Perfect Cell. This continues one of my favourite dynamics, which is between Vegeta and Future Trunks as the son has to see how arrogant and monstrous his father is. In terms of characters making mistakes, Kuririn probably makes the biggest one in this arc, as after receiving Bulma’s remote control to shut down the androids, Kuririn ends up destroying it, due to having a crush on 18. After his father getting his ass kicked by Perfect Cell, Trunks – who is even stronger than his father as he can also transcend the Super Saiyan – steps up his game, but ultimately fails, due to his brute strength that lowers his speed and thus can’t get a hit on Cell. As brilliant as he is in illustrating action and considering that Toriyama knows how to punctuate a character hitting someone else, he understands that not every fight sequence has to be about brute strength, but should be about how a fighter should strategically think about their next move before making it. As Cell threatens the world by creating his own fighting tournament known as “The Cell Game”, where he invites any fighter to go up against him, there is a ten-day wait for this event. And thus we get the typical chapters of characters training hard, some of which do in the Room of Spirit and Time, which causes one day outside the chamber to be expanded into one year inside. Another criticism is the introduction of arguably the most annoying character in Dragon Ball, Hercule AKA Mr. Satan. As the World Martial Arts Champion, who proclaims to be the Earth’s protector through the eyes of the public, he lacks the many skills that have defined the Z fighters, so if someone flies in or fires an energy blast, Hercule sees it all as a trick and simply thinks he can defeat Cell, despite lacking the strength to do. I cannot sanction Mr. Satan’s buffoonery! As the next volume will conclude The Cell Game, we are approaching what I considered one of, if not the greatest moment when I first watched DBZ years ago and I’m hoping the manga captures that feeling for me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Cell is here and he's ready to EAT YA! Cell is a lot of people's favorite Dragon Ball Villain. To me, he was always interesting, but never loved him. Upon re-reading, my opinion mostly stays the same. What is interesting about him is how easy he can adapt to everyone. First facing off against Piccolo, then Andriod 16, Vegeta, trunks and so on. He knows each fighter and their weakness, and decides to play victim even to win a fight. Also, we get to see Vegeta and Trunk's new power, as well as a s Cell is here and he's ready to EAT YA! Cell is a lot of people's favorite Dragon Ball Villain. To me, he was always interesting, but never loved him. Upon re-reading, my opinion mostly stays the same. What is interesting about him is how easy he can adapt to everyone. First facing off against Piccolo, then Andriod 16, Vegeta, trunks and so on. He knows each fighter and their weakness, and decides to play victim even to win a fight. Also, we get to see Vegeta and Trunk's new power, as well as a sneak peak into what Gohan and Goku have been up to. The end result is a lot of big fights, some new finishing moves, some surprising turns, and a nice build up to the cell games by the end. It works pretty well. Mr. Satan arrives here and he is as annoying as ever, I forgot how much I hated this character. He's def the worst part of this volume. But besides that, it's a damn good time. A 4 out of 5.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Brady

    Yup, it's another volume of Dragon Ball, and it's pretty fun, although the series might have reached diminishing returns by this point. This time around, the villain is a time-traveling, genetically engineered monster named Cell, and he's so powerful, nobody can seem to take him on. But he decides to return to one of the old tropes of the series by staging a fighting tournament in which everyone can fight him, and if they lose, he'll kill everyone on earth. It works well enough, but as seems to Yup, it's another volume of Dragon Ball, and it's pretty fun, although the series might have reached diminishing returns by this point. This time around, the villain is a time-traveling, genetically engineered monster named Cell, and he's so powerful, nobody can seem to take him on. But he decides to return to one of the old tropes of the series by staging a fighting tournament in which everyone can fight him, and if they lose, he'll kill everyone on earth. It works well enough, but as seems to be the norm by this point in the series, it takes quite a while to get to the good stuff. Anyway, it's fine, and there's plenty of fun action and occasional goofy jokes. Only a few more volumes to go!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Muffin

    Este de verdad me gusto mucho porque me hizo reir en muchas ocasiones

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    3.5 for Satan. Hercule Satan that is. Hate him much.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Matt Piechocinski

    Probably my favorite DBZ volume.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bet

  11. 5 out of 5

    sixthreezy

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dmw .

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sajjux

  14. 4 out of 5

    David

  15. 5 out of 5

    Zach Rainville

  16. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Quinn

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chloé

  19. 5 out of 5

    William Bragg

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Stahl

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Fondel

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joey Slade

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christine

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rohan Kapoor

  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Craig Burchett

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Tam

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    Michael

  29. 4 out of 5

    Edmond496

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Beyerle

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