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Manga Relations

Manga Name Year Relation Type More Info
Jump Super Stars   TBD
Dragon Ball Z 1984 Sequel
Cross Epoch 2006 TBD

Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Dragon Ball TV 1986 TBD
Dragon Ball Movie 1: Curse of the Blood Rubies Movie 1986 TBD
Dragon Ball Movie 2: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle Movie 1987 TBD
Dragon Ball Movie 3: Mystical Adventure Movie 1988 TBD
Dragon Ball: Goku's Fire Brigade TV Special 1988 Same Franchise
Dragon Ball: Goku's Traffic Safety TV Special 1988 Same Franchise
Dragon Ball Z TV 1989 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 1: Dead Zone Movie 1989 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 2: The World's Strongest Movie 1990 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 3: The Tree of Might Movie 1990 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Special 1: Bardock - The Father of Goku TV Special 1990 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 4: Lord Slug Movie 1991 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 5: Cooler's Revenge Movie 1991 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 6: Return of Cooler Movie 1992 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 7: Super Android 13 Movie 1992 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 8: The Legendary Super Saiyan Movie 1993 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 9: Bojack Unbound Movie 1993 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Special 2: The History of Trunks TV Special 1993 TBD
Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Destroy the Saiyajin OVA 1993 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 10: Broly - Second Coming Movie 1994 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 11: Bio-Broly Movie 1994 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 12: Fusion Reborn Movie 1995 TBD
Dragon Ball Z Movie 13: Wrath of the Dragon Movie 1995 TBD
Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power Movie 1996 Remake
Dragon Ball GT TV 1996 TBD
Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy TV Special 1997 TBD
Dragon Ball: Yo! The Return of Son-Goku and Friends!! TV Special 2008 TBD
Dragon Ball Kai TV 2009 TBD
Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock Other 2011 TBD
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Movie 2013 TBD
Name Role
Akira TORIYAMA Artist
Akira TORIYAMA Author

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My Favorites Manga AnimeDojo 10 Feb 13, 2014
manga bests rohitvarma 2 Dec 8, 2013
Total zamzamation 124 Nov 12, 2013
Tiranna stalled Dragon Ball at 16 of 16 volumes
PainAkatsuki95 rated the Dragon Ball manga 5/5 stars
viktoset read Dragon Ball at 16 of 16 volumes
viktoset read Dragon Ball at 16 of 16 volumes
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Cowa!

Cowa!
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 14
  • 1997

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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Kari5

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.

Cromartie High School

Cromartie High School

Kamiyama Takashi has just enrolled at Cromartie High School due to a promise with an old friend. There's just one problem: it's a school for delinquents! While Kamiyama automatically feels out of place, it doesn't help that his fellow students aren't just ordinary delinquents; there's a gorilla, a robot, and even a mysterious and silent man affectionately known as Freddie. In a school where having a nickname is a must to be taken seriously, where students eat bunches of pencils and where the delinquent leader of the first year students has a crippling case of motion sickness, there might just be a chance Kamiyama could enjoy his new life at Cromartie!

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DuskFey

The humor in Dragon Ball and Cromartie High School is aimed at the exact same crowd. It's crude and bawdy, over the top and unpredictable... if you laughed at one, you'll probably get a chuckle out of the other as well.

Dr. Slump

Dr. Slump

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Stagoron24

I always would and always will reccomend Akira toriyama's works. His art and his characters are lighthearted and loving people with serious life situations and stories. Specifically for Dr. Slump and Dragon Ball, they are his two most well-known, and co-exist in a "Toriyama" kind of world.

Sand Land

Sand Land
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 14
  • 2000

The King of Sand Land is very ruthless and greedy - only he has a source of water, and makes money off of the commoners by selling bottles of it at an exorbitant price. One day, Sheriff Rao enters the home of the demon Beelzebub and requests his help to find a new water supply, and the son of Satan accepts. Along with the crafty and wise demon Thief, Rao and Beelzebub set forth into the desert on a grand expedition, discovering along the way that humans and demons might not be so different...

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Kari5

Both of these manga come from the brilliant mind of Akira Toriyama and have an overall similar art style and feel. Both are cute adventure manga with great family friendly action. If you liked one, you'd probably enjoy the other as well!

Yaiba

Yaiba

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Drahken

The plot & storytelling of both series is very similar. A seemingly clueless young boy, raised in the wilderness, with superhuman strength & martial arts skills, on a quest to become stronger & beat the bad guys. Even the artwork looks the same. If you liked Dragon Ball or Yaiba, you will defintely enjoy the other one as well.