Ima pick this up tomorrow at best buy
A prequel to the Dragon Ball manga. It could star Master Mutaito and how he learned to control ki in the first place. It could also mention what in the world the Shaolin monks were up to at that time. I'm talking like 200 + years before Goku even landed on Earth.
So is this an ongoing manga or anime or what?
Caulifla is the strongest women ever besides Heles.
4k would be schweeet
The only way to deliver a "hard style" strike without dealing an equal amount of damage to one's own self as stated by Neuton's third law of physics is if the point of contact(s) actually becomes soft at the last instant. Otherwise violently crashing body parts into things and people or whatever is unsustainable over the decades. Take it from me a state registered black belt in shaolin chuan fa a.k.a. kung fu who had to learn this the hard way. Oh and by the way, moving away...
I thought I was tripping not recognizing those characters from Death Note.
Wtf and leave his entire universe? They already have a King over there. Kings are bullshit anyway once you reach the godly ass power Vegeta sort of has. We've yet to see how his limb regeneration holds up. Probably not too shabby seeing how he handled getting skewered by Black.
Strength is a balance between flexibility and stability.
Is this the oldest manga? Seriously Gon needs to beat tha gay clown already
Kamehameha Pikachu Bladder Blaster!
Is this anime the real deal? I saw few episodes and it seemed pretty legit
When you get to the physical level Yamcha reached of single finger stand pushups, spirit balls and defeating members of the ginyu force, you can stop all training for as long as you want. Assuming you still use your body even a little bit every once in a while, it will only take a couple of months to return to your old higher level of strength. Adult Gohan proved this when he was training with goten in prep for Majin Bus arrival. He regained almost all of his old 13 year old strength after tr...
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