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Cowa!

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  • Vol: 1; Ch: 14
  • 1997
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3.071 out of 5 from 88 votes
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Synopsis:

Half-vampire half-werekoala Paifu lives happily in a monster village with his flatulent ghost friend Jose, always getting into wacky misadventures. But when a sickness begins to spread through the residents its up to Paifu and his friends to track down the needed medicine. Along with ex-wrestler Mako Maruyama and Paifu's self-proclaimed arch nemesis Arpon, the duo will travel through monster and human territories alike to find the Witch and her medicine before it's too late!

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Akira TORIYAMA Artist
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Cowa! DuskFey 5/10 Sep 3, 2010
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Added Characters (Manga) Kari5 313 Jan 15, 2012
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Dragon Ball

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I think Cowa is a perfect recommendation for Dragon Ball, and vice-versa. Both are family friendly shonen titles that are a mix of adventure and comedy. They both also have a big cast of memorable characters. Akira Toriyama is the creator of both titles, so the art and story-telling styles are extremely similar. The only big difference is the amount of action in the later chapters of Dragon Ball.