Submitted by Gekko 1021d ago | news

Dragon Ball Z Manga Reprinted in Full Color to be Released in February

It has been announced in the V Jump February 2013 issue that Akira Toriyama's adventure manga Dragon Ball Z will be reprinted in three full-color volumes, to be released this February 4th, 2013.

The three full-color Dragon Ball Z manga reprint will feature the Saiyan Arc.

Additionally, a reference book entitled Dragon Ball Chōzenshū by Akira Toriyama is slated for release on the same day. Four monthly volumes are scheduled to released from February 4th to May 9th. (Dragon Ball Z, Manga)

Kluv  +   1021d ago
Definitely want.
Yi-Long  +   1020d ago
Depending on the quality of the coloring...
... I absolutely agree.

That said, I wish they would have just started with Dragon Ball (not Z) instead, which to me is the much better series.

I'm also still waiting for a reprint of the colored run of Akira. I only have the first book in color, which was awesome.

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