The Black Star Dragon Ball and Baby Sagas!
After enduring trials that would have crushed any other soul, Goku is now faced with the most important journey of his life. The Dragon Balls have been scattered to the ends of creation! The universe is dense with danger and the Saiyan hero must plunge head first into the peril. If the seven magic relics of Shenron are not gathered within a year's time, Earth will meet with final catastrophe!
Alongside his friends Pan and Trunks, Goku will struggle against the most formidable evils yet, be they savage beast with the power to crumble mountains, false God's intent on sacrificing those who believe, or cruel manipulators of science who seek to strip the good of all power. The countdown to oblivion has begun... and before the clock strikes eternal midnight, the most incredible menace to ever threaten existence will rise!
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Given all the hype surrounding Dragonball Z and fact it's now all available in the UK you might be wondering what's next. Well Manga UK have confirmed the sequel, Dragonball GT (which is comprised of 64 episodes and will be released over 2 box sets) is next on the cards for the UK. While GT has diverged opinion throughout the world of anime, personally I like it. Set some years after the events of DBZ, it sees Goku having to go in search for the Dragonballs after Pilaf (a villain from the original Dragonball series) used the Dragonballs. However the twist here as he used the Black Star Dragonballs and they are gathered across the galaxy as oppose to Earth! So Goku sets out on an adventure with Pan (Gohan's daughter) and Trunks across the galaxy to find said Black Star Dragonballs in order to restore order to what has been done. (There is a lot more to the story than just that, but I don't want to give anything away from those who haven't seen it.) The difference with this show, in the early going at least, is that there's more a feeling of adventure rather than having endless amounts of fighting (which, there's nothing wrong with) but it's a nice change of pace from the climatic battle that was had (in the story, some years earlier) in DBZ. However if you're someone who likes the fighting - and what Dragonball fan doesn't - trust me you still get your great fix of that as well. If you wanting more from the Dragonball universe, GT is the next step and it's great fun!
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