Dragon Balls

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Bejiita - Plot Overview
... Vegeta is introduced in Dragon Ball Z as the proud prince of the Saiyan race ... He travels to Earth with his comrade Nappa in order to use the Dragon Balls to wish for immortality ... After the fight, Vegeta travels to Planet Namek in an attempt to wish for immortality using the Dragon Balls ...
List Of Dragon Ball Chapters (series) - Volume List
... "No Balls!" (球がない!!, "Booru ga nai!!"?) 003 ... "Dragon Balls in Danger!!" (ドラゴンボール危うし!!, "Doragon Booru Ayaushi!!"?) 010 ... to accompany her to search for the seven Dragon Balls, which are able to grant any wish to the one who collects them all ...
List Of Dragon Ball Z Chapters - Volume List
... Piccolo's death also causes Kami's and thus, the Dragon Balls are destroyed. 5 Dragon Ball in Space (Go For It! The Planet Namek) Mezase! Namekku no Hoshi (めざせ!ナメックの星) April 10, 1990 ISBN 978-4-08-851618-9 March 2003 ISBN ... With the Dragon Balls gone, they decide to go to Piccolo's planet, Namek, in order to find its Dragon Balls so that their friends may be revived ...
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug - Plot
... Chi-Chi is easily subdued and Gohan loses his hat with the four-star Dragon Ball as Slug himself appears and takes it ... Slug reads Bulma's mind and learns about the Dragon Radar, and orders his men to find the remaining six Dragon Balls in one hour ... Slug's men eventually bring the Dragon Balls back to base and summon the Eternal Dragon, Shenron ...
Son Gohan - Plot Overview - Frieza Saga
... Bulma and Krillin travel to Namek to use the Dragon Balls there, as the Dragon Balls on Earth had turned to stone due to the Earth's guardian Kami's death ... After succeeding in gathering the Dragon Balls, Gohan and the others wish Piccolo back to life, causing Kami and the Dragon Balls to be returned ... then forced into an encounter with Frieza, who seeks the Dragon Balls for immortality ...

Famous quotes containing the words balls and/or dragon:

    look the spangles
    that sleep all the year in a dark box
    dreaming of being taken out and allowed to shine,
    the balls the chains red and gold the fluffy threads,

    put up your little arms
    and i’ll give them all to you to hold
    —E.E. (Edward Estlin)

    And then at last our bliss
    Full and perfect is,
    But now begins; for from this happy day
    The old Dragon underground,
    In straiter limits bound,
    Not half so far casts his usurped sway,
    And, wroth to see his kingdom fail,
    Swinges the scaly horror of his folded tail.
    John Milton (1608–1674)