- Taschenbuch: 112 Seiten
- Verlag: Roundhouse Publishing Ltd (November 2000)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1572434163
- ISBN-13: 978-1572434165
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 27,5 x 20,9 x 1 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 3.426.880 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Dragonball Z (Englisch) Taschenbuch – November 2000
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Covers everything for Dragonball, Dragonball Z, and Dragonball GT, including character biographies, cartoon episode guide, trading card game strategies and prices, and a special 3-D section with glasses.
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It has BIOS for more than 300 characters! Many of whom I'd never heard of.
There's also storylines for Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT, which we haven't seen yet in the U.S. There's a funny section on who'd play who if the U.S. made a movie on DBZ. Info on Super Saiyan evolution, and a ton more.
The graphics are good too, and you get free 3D glasses.
Let's start with the errors. I'm convinced that the authors are little more than American DBZ viewers who have seen a Japanese episode once or twice. The information looks like it was copied directly from a website, complete with mispellings and all. The "biographies" are short, and rarely state anything meaningful or interesting ("Bra is the daughter of Vegeta and Bulma"). Yet another problem : Is it just me, or do poser magazines struggle to get real images? Numerous (100+) of the images in this book are terrible screenshots that are blurry, fuzzy, or grainy (Many so terrible you can hardly make out what it's a picture of).
The synopsis of Dragonball/Dragonball Z/Dragonball GT is not very good either. The author's have a rather snobby view of American fans and a high view of themselves who have, quote, "Seen the REAL version [of DBZ]". Pojo, get off of it. Not even the card game guide is good, with poor strategies and being very outdated. I'm not even gonna start on the pathetic 3-D images thing.
That said, I really do praise Pojo for trying. It's much better than anything Becket or some other magazine company has tried to put out. However, hopefully they will revise it, knowing that DBZ fans are one of the most difficult to please.
Here's the bottom line, for the type of people who would spend $9 on a magazine, I think they will be very pleased. Kids/Teens who are fans of the English version of Dragon Ball Z and are not picky about tiny details will be satisfied. I'm just warning those would consider this a valid source for information. In short, information accurate enough to satisfy those who don't know better, but not on par with some of the stuff that can be found on the internet.
be short but there just as good as any.why,theres 329 of them.
it also explains about all the sayian forms.a complete episode list for dragonball,z,gt.it also has a 3d section,cool!the only hard thing is not loosing the glasses after you use them.theres
lots of cool things in this book and more!the only dissapointment was it didnt tell you about dragonballs orgin,or how akirya toriyama got the idea to create dragonball,z.overall though its a great book.