Dragon Ball Super Vol. 2

Writer: Akira Toriyama Artist: Toyotarou Publisher: Viz Release Date: November 29, 2017 Cover Price: $9.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
10User Rating

The Universe 6 and 7 Invitational Fighting Tournament continues. Goku faces off against a guy who looks exactly like Freeza. Heck, the guy even has the same transformations and powers as Freeza! Will Goku and the warriors from Universe 7 be able to pull through and win the tournament and its prize-the Super Dragon Balls?!
For teen audiences.

  • 8.0
    Anime UK News - Cold Cobra Jan 16, 2018

    So Dragon Ball Super Volume 2 is at least more steadily paced than when it rocketed (and skipped) through the first two arcs of the series in Volume 1, though it still cuts out all dialogue and scenes that dont give the chapters wall-to-wall action. Probably best viewed as a side dish to the animes main course, rather than the sole way to experience these new story arcs from Akira Toriyama. Either way though, the great artwork deserves praise, and its fun to read, so long as you dont want much story in your fight scenes! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - Jim Lehane Dec 3, 2017

    The second manga for the Dragon Ball Super series is as fast paced as ever, delivering superb artwork and a story line that cuts out the filler giving us 100% story meat. Read Full Review

  • 10

    Dragonball Super
    Volume: 2
    “The Winning Universe is Decided!”

    Publisher: @vizmedia
    Writer: @akira.toriyama
    Artist: @toyotaro.vjump
    Translation: Toshikazu Aizawa
    Touch-up Art & Lettering: @gattonepaolo & Chiara Antonella
    Design: Shawn Carrico

    Universe 6 & 7 tournament continues! Goku continues to advance in the tournament and fights with a fighter identical to Frieza. The fighter even possess the same transformations and powers! The conclusion of the tournament results in the ultimate prize, The Super Dragon Balls!

    Warriors from Universe 6 are defeated by Son Goku and friends. These bouts come alive with the art work, serious tone of the fights and playful banter. An more

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