Frank Inglese Writes:
Dragon Ball (Z) has been around since the mid 80s and to this day I can’t honestly say it has dropped that greatly in popularity. The series/franchise has only ever gotten bigger and better, and despite its age it has continued to be loved by fans worldwide even to this day, what’s funny is that I can’t exactly see that changing anytime soon. While many things inspired the creation of “Dragon Ball” (most notably “Superman”), “Dragon Ball” has also inspired many other Manga and Anime series’ and without the work of Akira Toriyama (the creator of “Dragon Ball”) a great deal of these newer titles wouldn’t be what they are. Over the years “Dragon Ball” has been released and re-released a countless number of times with the latest being the “Dragon Ball: Full Colour – Saiyan Arc Volume 1″, the review you’re reading right now. Some people may look at this as just another unnecessary re-release but the making available of a fully-coloured, compendium-style “Dragon Ball” manga may just be exactly what this generation needs; a chance to revisit the classics, remade, repackaged and re-released.