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The story follows Goku and a huge cast of friends and enemies as they search for the magical Dragon Balls that can make any wish come true. Of course, no sooner had someone gathered and used the Dragon Balls than they would have to be sought out again. On top of all this Goku was training up to fight in the periodic "Strongest Under the Heavens" tournament. The series is generally broken down into several arcs, with Emperor Pilaf, the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament, the Red Ribbon Army, the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament, Demon King Piccolo, and the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament, plus a few filler mini-arcs, comprising [[Manga/DragonBall the original]] ''Dragon Ball'' anime series, for a total of 153 episodes. After defeating these major threats to the world, Goku finally won the tournament on his third attempt and went off to get married.

After that, the anime (and the American version of the manga from that point) experienced a name change to ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', while it continued uninterrupted as ''Dragon Ball'' in the Japanese (and every other version in the world) manga. The reason was the ''Dragon Ball Z'' period featured a change in showrunner, as well as some of the animation team (and the author [[WordOfGod thought it would be ending soon]])... on top of undergoing a ''massive'' [[{{Retool}} plot realignment]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier tone shift]] that [[WhamEpisode significantly alters the arc of the story]]. At the start, it is revealed that Goku was not simply a boy with a tail but one of the last of the alien race, the Saiyans. He was sent into space shortly before the Saiyan planet was destroyed (with shades of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', ''Anime/GoldenBat'', and ''[[http://www.animevice.com/prince-of-gamma/18-31482/ Prince of Gamma]]''). Goku and his friends, reinforced by former enemies (a recurring theme) had to fight [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful]] villains. Although Goku and his martial arts skills (which let him and his friends fly, throw energy blasts and occasionally read minds) dominated the battles, the story was actually mostly about Goku's son Gohan and how he faces the challenges. Running seven years and nearly 300 episodes, the series can be broken down into the four primary {{big bad}}s of the series: Vegeta, Freeza (Frieza in the dub), Cell, and Majin Boo (or Majin Buu in the dub, or Djinn-Boo in the manga). Both ''Dragon Ball'' the manga and ''Dragon Ball Z'' the anime came to a triumphant conclusion after 519 manga chapters and 444 anime episodes (plus two TV specials) after Gohan is married and his own daughter Pan enters the "Strongest Under the Heavens" tournament.

Since the original ''Dragon Ball'' saga was a mega-hit, ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' was created as an anime-only continuation by Creator/ToeiAnimation, with some character designs and initial input by Toriyama. ''GT'' was not as well received, lasting 64 episodes before cancellation (although this was still much longer than originally intended), bringing the original era of ''Dragon Ball'' anime to an end at 508 episodes plus 3 TV specials, although the status of ''GT'' as part of the canon [[FanonDiscontinuity has been hotly debated since, with fans on the fence on where it lies]]. After the release of new material written by Toriyama himself starting in 2013, ''GT'' is now officially an AlternateContinuity.[[note]]2013 was the year ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of Gods]]'' was released, and it's the first film in the franchise to be {{canon}}. Two years later, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF Resurrection [='F'=]]]'', the direct sequel to ''Battle of Gods'', was released, followed by ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', which is also canon.[[/note]]

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The story follows Goku and a huge cast of friends and enemies as they search for the magical Dragon Balls that can make any wish come true. Of course, no sooner had has someone gathered and used the Dragon Balls than they would have to be sought out again. On top of all this this, Goku was is training up to fight in the periodic "Strongest Under the Heavens" tournament. The series is generally broken down into several arcs, with Emperor Pilaf, the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament, the Red Ribbon Army, the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament, Demon King Piccolo, and the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament, plus a few filler mini-arcs, comprising [[Manga/DragonBall the original]] ''Dragon Ball'' anime series, for a total of 153 episodes. After defeating these major threats to the world, Goku finally won wins the tournament on his third attempt and went goes off to get married.

After that, the anime (and the American version of the manga from that point) experienced a name change to ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', while whereas it continued uninterrupted as ''Dragon Ball'' in the Japanese (and every other version in the world) manga. The reason was is that the ''Dragon Ball Z'' period featured a change in showrunner, as well as some of the animation team (and the author [[WordOfGod thought it would be ending soon]])... on top of undergoing a ''massive'' [[{{Retool}} plot realignment]] and [[DarkerAndEdgier tone shift]] that [[WhamEpisode significantly alters the arc of the story]]. At the start, it is revealed that Goku was is not simply a boy with a tail but one of the last of the an alien race, the race called Saiyans. He was sent into space shortly before the Saiyan planet was destroyed (with shades of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', ''Anime/GoldenBat'', and ''[[http://www.animevice.com/prince-of-gamma/18-31482/ Prince of Gamma]]''). Goku and his friends, reinforced by former enemies (a recurring theme) had have to fight [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful]] villains. Although Goku and his martial arts skills (which let him and his friends fly, throw energy blasts blasts, and occasionally read minds) dominated dominate the battles, the story was is actually mostly about Goku's son Gohan and how he faces the challenges. Running seven years and nearly 300 episodes, the series can be broken down into the four primary {{big bad}}s of the series: Vegeta, Freeza (Frieza in the dub), Cell, and Majin Boo (or Majin Buu in the dub, or Djinn-Boo in the manga). Both ''Dragon Ball'' the manga and ''Dragon Ball Z'' the anime came comes to a triumphant conclusion after 519 manga chapters and 444 anime episodes (plus two TV specials) after Gohan is married and his own daughter Pan enters the "Strongest Under the Heavens" tournament.

Since the original ''Dragon Ball'' saga was a mega-hit, ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' was created as an anime-only continuation by Creator/ToeiAnimation, with some character designs and initial input by Toriyama. ''GT'' was not as well received, lasting 64 episodes before cancellation (although this was still much longer than originally intended), bringing the original era of ''Dragon Ball'' anime to an end at 508 episodes plus 3 TV specials, although the status of ''GT'' as part of the canon [[FanonDiscontinuity has been hotly debated since, with fans on the fence on where it lies]]. After the release of new material written by Toriyama himself starting in 2013, ''GT'' is now officially an AlternateContinuity.[[note]]2013 was is the year ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of Gods]]'' was released, and it's the first film in the franchise to be {{canon}}. Two years later, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF Resurrection [='F'=]]]'', the direct sequel to ''Battle of Gods'', was released, followed by ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', which is also canon.[[/note]]



The success of ''Dragon Ball'', and its ''overwhelming'' influence on not just Japanese but ''global'' popular culture, is impossible to dispute. It became one of the biggest hits ever in Japan, it was the series that popularized manga and anime the most in Europe, Americans always have an idea of what it is when they hear its title, most Latinos and Americans who grew up during the 1990s have watched it, it's still running on TV internationally and merchandising is alive and well. It is sometimes derided for being simplistic and for drawn-out multi-episode fights with little story progression; however, one must keep in mind that the show is primarily aimed at [[{{Shonen}} kids and teens age 10 to 18]], with [[PeripheryDemographic older adults not really in the picture]].

There were many {{non serial movie}}s (only a few could be wedged into the series' timeline) released at least once a year, three set in the ''Dragon Ball'' timeline and thirteen for ''Dragon Ball Z''. Two made-for-TV movies were made for ''Dragon Ball Z'', which are technically in canon, and until ''Super'' retconned ''GT'' out of canon, the same went for the made-for-TV ''Dragon Ball GT'' movie. They returned to this well for the seventeenth one to commemorate the [[{{milestone celebration}} tenth anniversary]] of the franchise, and they did a web special in 2008 to commemorating the 40th anniversary of ''Magazine/ShonenJump''. There have also been several TV specials and [=OVAs=] within the franchise, mostly based on the ''Dragon Ball Z'' portion of the story.

To date, there's been three [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action adaptations]]: The American-made ''Film/DragonballEvolution'', which came out in 2009 and was the only officially licensed one, the earlier, campier, Taiwanese ''Film/DragonBallTheMagicBegins'', and the most loyal Korean-made ''Film/DragonBallFightForVictorySonGoku''.

In the early 2000s, the manga was re-released in Japan as the "Kanzenban" or "Perfect Edition," with brand-new covers drawn by Toriyama. This split the 519 chapters across 34 volumes instead of the original release's 42, the Kanzenban also included all of the original color pages, and every other issue included a booklet with a drawing by current, popular Shueisha artists, talking about how much ''Dragon Ball'' had influenced them. The final volume in 2004 included a new, adjusted ending written and drawn by Toriyama.

From 2009-2011, Toei aired ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' (''Dragon Ball Z Kai'' [[MarketBasedTitle outside Japan]]), a "[[{{Recut}} refreshing]]" of ''Dragon Ball Z'' initially only covering the material from the Saiyan to the Cell Games arcs with almost no {{filler}} or {{padding}}. In 2014, ''Kai'' resumed but on a much lower budget, with different music, and including a lot more filler than the previous run.

''Dragon Ball'' now also has a {{spinoff}} manga called ''Dragon Ball SD'' in ''Saikyo Jump'' by Naho Ooishi which began on December 3, 2010, some 26 years after the first chapter of the original series was first published in ''Shonen Jump''. As of June 21, 2011, there was another spinoff, this time a one-shot, called ''Episode of Bardock'', also by Ooishi; later in the same year the Bardock short received an {{animated adaptation}}, and Shueshia started to reprint brand new copies of the original manga, in its original 42 Volume glory, although with a different stylized logo.

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The success of ''Dragon Ball'', and its ''overwhelming'' influence on not just Japanese but ''global'' popular culture, is impossible to dispute. It became one of the biggest hits ever in Japan, it was the series that popularized manga and anime the most in Europe, Americans always have an idea of what it is when they hear its title, most Latinos and Americans who grew up during the 1990s have watched it, it's still running on TV internationally internationally, and merchandising is alive and well. It is sometimes derided for being simplistic and for drawn-out multi-episode fights with little story progression; however, one must keep in mind that the show is primarily aimed at [[{{Shonen}} kids and teens age aged 10 to 18]], with [[PeripheryDemographic older adults not really in the picture]].

There were are many {{non serial movie}}s (only a few could be wedged into the series' timeline) that were released at least once a year, three set in the ''Dragon Ball'' timeline and thirteen for ''Dragon Ball Z''. Two made-for-TV movies were made for ''Dragon Ball Z'', which are technically in canon, and until ''Super'' retconned ''GT'' out of canon, the same went for the made-for-TV ''Dragon Ball GT'' movie. They returned to this well for the seventeenth one to commemorate the [[{{milestone celebration}} tenth anniversary]] of the franchise, and they did a web special in 2008 to commemorating commemorate the 40th anniversary of ''Magazine/ShonenJump''. There have also been several TV specials and [=OVAs=] within the franchise, mostly based on the ''Dragon Ball Z'' portion of the story.

To date, there's there have been three [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action adaptations]]: The American-made ''Film/DragonballEvolution'', which came out in 2009 and was the only officially licensed one, the earlier, campier, Taiwanese ''Film/DragonBallTheMagicBegins'', and the most loyal Korean-made ''Film/DragonBallFightForVictorySonGoku''.

In the early 2000s, 2000-aughts, the manga was re-released in Japan as the "Kanzenban" or "Perfect Edition," with brand-new covers drawn by Toriyama. This split the 519 chapters across 34 volumes instead of the original release's 42, the 42. The Kanzenban also included all of the original color pages, and every other issue included a booklet with a drawing by current, popular Shueisha artists, talking about how much ''Dragon Ball'' had influenced them. The final volume in 2004 included a new, adjusted ending written and drawn by Toriyama.

From 2009-2011, Toei aired ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' (''Dragon Ball Z Kai'' [[MarketBasedTitle outside Japan]]), a "[[{{Recut}} refreshing]]" of ''Dragon Ball Z'' initially only covering the material from the Saiyan arc to the Cell Games arcs arc with almost no {{filler}} or {{padding}}. In 2014, ''Kai'' resumed but on a much lower budget, with different music, and including a lot more filler than the previous run.

''Dragon Ball'' now also has a {{spinoff}} manga called ''Dragon Ball SD'' in ''Saikyo Jump'' by Naho Ooishi which began on December 3, 2010, some 26 years after the first chapter of the original series was first published in ''Shonen Jump''. As of June 21, 2011, there was another spinoff, this time a one-shot, called ''Episode of Bardock'', also by Ooishi; later in the same year the Bardock short received an {{animated adaptation}}, and Shueshia started to reprint brand new copies of the original manga, in its original 42 Volume 42-volume glory, although with a different differently stylized logo.



Needless to say, the franchise's impact on shonen manga is unparalleled to say the very least. Although not the first to employ the vast number of the tropes that it is most associated with, it became the de facto ''face'' of them (especially outside its home country where, for many, it was ''[[GatewaySeries the first anime anyone ever saw]]'' and an introduction to both the shonen battle genre and anime in general). To this day, the shonen genre, and various anime in general that use elements from it, pay homage to, or parody, this series and continue its legacy. For proof, one need only look as far as three series of [[TurnOfTheMillennium the Noughts]] which are often considered the most direct of its spiritual successors: ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', ''Franchise/OnePiece'', and ''Franchise/{{Bleach}}''.

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Needless to say, the The franchise's impact on shonen manga is unparalleled unparalleled, to say the very least. Although not the first to employ the vast number of the tropes that it is most associated with, it became the de facto ''face'' of them (especially outside its home country where, for many, it was ''[[GatewaySeries [[GatewaySeries the first anime anyone ever saw]]'' saw]] and an introduction to both the shonen battle genre and anime in general). To this day, the shonen genre, and various anime in general that use elements from it, pay homage to, or parody, this series and continue its legacy. For proof, one need only look as far as three series of [[TurnOfTheMillennium the Noughts]] Aughts]] which are often considered the most direct of its spiritual successors: ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', ''Franchise/OnePiece'', and ''Franchise/{{Bleach}}''.''Franchise/{{Bleach}}''.


* ''Manga/NekoMajin'' (1999-2005) - a {{parody}} of the main series set in the same universe
* ''Manga/DragonBallSD'' (2010-) - a SuperDeformed {{parody}} of the main series

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* ''Manga/NekoMajin'' ''Neko Majin'' (1999-2005) - a {{parody}} of the main series set in the same universe
* ''Manga/DragonBallSD'' ''Dragon Ball SD'' (2010-) - a SuperDeformed {{parody}} of the main series



* ''Manga/DragonBoy'' (1983) - two chapter series the served as a prototype for the series
* ''Manga/TheAdventuresOfTongpoo'' (1983) - one-shot that also inspired parts of the series

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* ''Manga/DragonBoy'' ''Dragon Boy'' (1983) - two chapter series the served as a prototype for the series
* ''Manga/TheAdventuresOfTongpoo'' ''The Adventures Of Tongpoo'' (1983) - one-shot that also inspired parts of the series



** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one-shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth

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** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: ''Dragon Ball Minus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one-shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth



* ''Anime/DragonBallCurseOfTheBloodRubies'' (1986)
* ''Anime/DragonBallSleepingPrincessInDevilsCastle'' (1987)

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* ''Anime/DragonBallCurseOfTheBloodRubies'' ''Dragon Ball: Curse Of The Blood Rubies'' (1986)
* ''Anime/DragonBallSleepingPrincessInDevilsCastle'' ''Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess In Devils Castle'' (1987)



* ''Anime/TheWorldOfDragonBallZ'' (2000)

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* ''Anime/TheWorldOfDragonBallZ'' ''The World Of Dragon Ball Z'' (2000)



* ''Anime/DragonBallZSummerVacationSpecial'' (1992)
* ''Anime/LookingBackAtItAllTheDragonBallZYearEndShow'' (1993)

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZSummerVacationSpecial'' ''Dragon Ball Z: Summer Vacation Special'' (1992)
* ''Anime/LookingBackAtItAllTheDragonBallZYearEndShow'' ''Looking Back At It All: The Dragon Ball Z Year End Show'' (1993)



* ''TabletopGame/DragonBallZTheAnimeAdventureGame'' (1999-2002) - a TabletopRPG published by R. Talsorian Games using the Fuzion D6 system.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonBallCollectibleCardGame'' (2008)
** ''TabletopGame/DragonBallSuperCardGame'' (2018): A relaunch of the original Collectible Card game, adding Super-era elements and characters.

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* ''TabletopGame/DragonBallZTheAnimeAdventureGame'' ''Dragon Ball Z The Anime Adventure Game'' (1999-2002) - a TabletopRPG published by R. Talsorian Games using the Fuzion D6 system.
* ''TabletopGame/DragonBallCollectibleCardGame'' ''Dragon Ball Collectible Card Game'' (2008)
** ''TabletopGame/DragonBallSuperCardGame'' ''Dragon Ball Super Card Game'' (2018): A relaunch of the original Collectible Card game, adding Super-era elements and characters.



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallShenronNoNazo'' (''Dragon Power'' in the US)
* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZSuperButoden Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden Series]]''

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallShenronNoNazo'' ''Dragon Ball Shenron No Nazo'' (''Dragon Power'' in the US)
* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZSuperButoden ''Dragon Ball Z Super: Butōden Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden Series]]''Series''



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZHyperDimension''

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZHyperDimension''''Dragon Ball Z Hyper Dimension''



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZUltimateBattle22''
* ''VideoGame/DragonBallGTFinalBout'' (1997; second ''Dragon Ball'' game to be released in the North American market, though the first game, ''Dragon Power'', was changed considerably).

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZUltimateBattle22''
''Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22''
* ''VideoGame/DragonBallGTFinalBout'' ''Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout'' (1997; second ''Dragon Ball'' game to be released in the North American market, though the first game, ''Dragon Power'', was changed considerably).



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallRevengeOfKingPiccolo''
* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBattleOfZ''

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallRevengeOfKingPiccolo''
''Dragon Ball: Revenge Of King Piccolo''
* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBattleOfZ''''Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Z''



* ''VideoGame/SuperDragonBallZ''
* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokai Dragon Ball Z Budokai Series]]''

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* ''VideoGame/SuperDragonBallZ''
''Super Dragon Ball Z''
* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokai Dragon Ball Z Z: Budokai Series]]''



* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZShinBudokai Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai Series]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZShinBudokai '' Dragon Ball Z Z: Shin Budokai Series]]''Series''



* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokaiTenkaichi Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi Series]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZBudokaiTenkaichi Dragon Ball Z Z: Budokai Tenkaichi Series]]''



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBurstLimit''

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZBurstLimit''''Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit''



* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZSupersonicWarriors Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors Series]]''

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* ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZSupersonicWarriors Dragon ''Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors Series]]''Series''



* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZKakarot''

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* ''VideoGame/DragonBallZKakarot''
''Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot''



* ''VideoGame/FamicomJump & II''
* ''VideoGame/CultJump''

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* ''VideoGame/FamicomJump ''Famicom Jump & II''
* ''VideoGame/CultJump''''Cult Jump''



* ''VideoGame/BattleStadiumDON''
* ''VideoGame/DrSlumpAraleChan''
* ''VideoGame/{{Jumpland}}''
* ''VideoGame/JLegendRetsuden''

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* ''VideoGame/BattleStadiumDON''
''Battle Stadium DON''
* ''VideoGame/DrSlumpAraleChan''
''Dr Slump: Arale Chan''
* ''VideoGame/{{Jumpland}}''
''Jumpland''
* ''VideoGame/JLegendRetsuden''''J Legend Retsuden''



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** ''TabletopGame/DragonBallSuperCardGame'' (2018): A relaunch of the original Collectible Card game, adding Super-era elements and characters.


* ''Franchise/DragonBallZKakarot''

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* ''Franchise/DragonBallZKakarot''
''VideoGame/DragonBallZKakarot''


* ''Franchise/DragonBall Game: [[WorkingTitle Project Z]]''

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* ''Franchise/DragonBall Game: [[WorkingTitle Project Z]]''
''Franchise/DragonBallZKakarot''

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* ''Manga/DragonBallSD'' (2010-) - a SuperDeformed {{parody}} of the main series

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* ''Manga/DragonBallThatTimeIGotReincarnatedAsYamcha'' (2016-2017) - a series about a ''Dragon Ball'' fan who dies and finds himself reincarnated as Yamcha


* ''Manga/DragonBallThatTimeIGotReincarnatedAsYamcha'' (2016-2017) - a series about a ''Dragon Ball'' fan who dies and finds himself reincarnated as Yamcha



** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth

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** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one shot one-shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth


* ''Manga/JacoTheGalacticPatrolman'' (2013-14) - [[spoiler: [[StealthSequel Stealth Prequel]] set before the first series. The title character would later return for ''Super''.]] Also part of the ''Galactic Patrol Series'' are:
** ''Sachie-chan Guu!!''
** ''Jiya''
** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth



[[AC:Related Anime/Manga]]
* ''Manga/DoctorSlump'' (1980-84) - Crossed over in the original series during the Red Ribbon Army arc. The '90s ''Dr. Slump'' anime also had its own crossover episode. And ''Dragon Ball Super'' had both a cameo by Arale in one episode and a full episode crossover.
* ''Manga/DragonBoy'' (1983) - two chapter series the served as a prototype for the series
* ''Manga/TheAdventuresOfTongpoo'' (1983) - one-shot that also inspired parts of the series
* ''Manga/JacoTheGalacticPatrolman'' (2013-14) - [[spoiler: [[StealthSequel Stealth Prequel]] set before the first series. The title character would later return for ''Super''.]] Also part of the ''Galactic Patrol Series'' are:
** ''Sachie-chan Guu!!''
** ''Jiya''
** ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth



* ''Manga/DoctorSlump'': Crossed over in the original series during the Red Ribbon Army arc. The '90s ''Dr. Slump'' anime also had its own crossover episode. And ''Dragon Ball Super'' had both a cameo by Arale in one episode and a full episode crossover.


** ''Manga/DragonBallMinusTheDepartureOfTheFatedChild'' - one shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth

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** ''Manga/DragonBallMinusTheDepartureOfTheFatedChild'' ''Manga/DragonBallMinus: The Departure of the Fated Child'' - one shot featured in the collected volume covering the time period before Goku was sent to Earth



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* ''TabletopGame/DragonBallCollectibleCardGame'' (2008)


** ''VideoGame/JumpUltimateStars''

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** ''VideoGame/JumpUltimateStars''[[/index]]''VideoGame/JumpUltimateStars''[[index]]


* ''VideoGame/JumpUltimateStars''

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* ** ''VideoGame/JumpUltimateStars''

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