Follows the adventures of an extraordinarily strong young boy named Goku as he searches for the seven dragon balls. These balls, when combined, can grant the owner any one wish he desires. ... See full summary »
The adventures of Earth's martial arts defender Son Goku continue with a new family and the revelation of his alien origin. Now Goku and his allies must defend the planet from an onslaught of new extraterrestrial enemies.
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What starts off as a bizarre re-telling of the Chinese legend "Journey to the West" quickly transforms into pure madness. On a twisted version of Earth, the ridiculously strong child-fighter Son Gokû is joined by several companions in the quest for the seven "dragon balls", which, when assembled, will summon the Grand Dragon, who will grant the bearer of the balls one single wish. The problem is, the Grand Dragon can only be invoked once a year, and villains battle Gokuu and friends constantly for possession of the Dragon Balls. Written by
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Series creator Akira Toriyama often makes cameos in the series in name and appearance. Some examples include a car dealer called Toriya Motors in the Boss Rabbit episode, and a wanted poster modeled after him inside the old west-style bar in the episode in which Lunch is introduced. See more »
On General Blue's wristband, the writing is alternately white/black between shots. See more »
[Japanese closing song]
Come along in a fantasy, a likable mystery / Don't hide your youthfulness / Want to have a mystery, want to have an adventure / Everybody's itching to go / If you give up pretending to be an adult / you can't solve like a simple puzzle / Try to be wilder and stronger, / in life! / I'll give you romance, I'll give you romance / Show us your true bravery! / I'll give you romance, I'll give you romance / The glisten light flutters in the hearts, / I'll give you a dream!
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The closing credits are a montage of images based on covers from the "Dragon Ball" manga. See more »
I thought that Dragonball was a great anime. When I started watching it on Cartoon Network's "Toonami" line-up, it instantly became one of my favorite anime's. Finally, an anime that's a little different because it's not exactly serious but even so, the plot of each episode is quite well developed. As much as I like Dragonball, the second series, Dragonball Z, is the series I liked better but Dragonball is good too because it focuses more around humor.
To really understand Dragon ball you need to see Bardock: the father of goku that explains the sayian race and a little about vegeta and nappa. once you have seen Bardock: the father of goku u see how goku was named goku and how gohan is gokus step grandfather so after you see Dragon ball and under stand it you need to Go to Dragonball z which is more of gokus fatherhood and adulthood The there's Dragon ball Grand Tour or GT that explains about Goten trunks, and new player Pan.
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