Part 2 of the Dragonball madness, this story starts when Goku is an adult and introduces him to his Saiyan origin. The main theme of Dragonball Z is fighting although it still retains aspects of the humor and adventure from the previous Dragonball series. Characters develop as they grow, mature, and some even have children! Many of Goku's former enemies become his friend they band together to fight greater evils along the way.
It takes only a few minutes to deduce that "Dragon Ball Z" features a lot of fantasy violence...Positive lessons do emerge. Goku refuses to kill a scientist destined for evil because he "hasn’t done anything wrong yet." And he’s concerned with the welfare of innocent people...Violence has long been the hallmark of Japanese anime and American cartoons. But don’t assume "Dragon Ball Z" is the modern equivalent of Wile E. Coyote tossing anvils at the Roadrunner. This is heart-pounding, adrenalized mayhem aimed squarely at 10-year-old boys.--Steven Isaac, PluggedIn
Action, Anime, Children, Fantasy
Dragon Ball Z is a highly popular Tv Show. This was Toei’s 1st Tv Show. Dragon Ball Z was one of this most popular pieces. If you liked that Tv Show, you should also try Naruto, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky Beyond Time & Darkness.