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Review: "Dragon Ball Z" Series Four (UK Edition): Not So Paranoid Androids

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After opening the series with a three volume mega-saga, the fourth volume of Dragon Ball Z offers some variety. Things kick off with the extended filler tale that is Garlic Jr. In Japan, DBZ saw yearly movies which reworked the current plot elements into standalone original stories. The first of these, inspired by Goku and […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z" Series Three (UK Edition): The Purple-Headed Monster

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As I said last time, the first half of the Namek arc was essentially build up for the events of this third volume. With even his most elite forces dispatched by Goku and his friends, Frieza has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. As Goku recuperates from Ginyu’s failed attempt to […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z" Series Two (UK Edition): It's Not Easy Being Green

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Last time on Dragon Ball Z: Goku and his friends prepared to face off against two aggressive Saiyans, brutal warriors from outer space. After some fierce training and an even fiercer battle, the heroes were able to send the remaining Saiyan, Vegeta, running back to the stars. But it was a hollow victory, as many […]

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