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Manga Guide

Crossovers


Ever since Dragon Ball‘s serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump ended in 1995, the series has been included or parodied to some extent in numerous other manga series. This is largely due to the series’ significant impact and influence on the then up-and-coming manga artists, such as Ei’ichirō Oda. Some artists have even created entire crossover chapters between their own series and Dragon Ball, often including significant collaborative input from Akira Toriyama himself.

Dragon Ball & One Piece

Collaboration With Ei’ichirō Oda

クロス エポック
Kurosu Epokku
Cross Epoch
Softcover | JIS B5 (18.2 × 25.7 cm) | 20 pages
Released: 25 December 2006 (Weekly Shōnen Jump, 2007 #4/5)
February 2011 (Viz Media’s Shonen Jump, Issue #100)
Retail: ¥240 (print) | ¥300 (digital) | US $4.95 | CAN $7.95
Publisher: Shueisha
Viz Media, LLC
The casts of Dragon Ball and One Piece gather together in small groups in a new fantasy world where Mr. Satan is king, Buggy and Pilaf have joined forces, and Shenlong has a tea party.

Dragon Ball & Kochikame

Collaboration With Osamu Akimoto

こちらナメック星ドラゴン公園前派出所
Kochira Namekku-sei Doragon Kōen-mae Hashutsujo
This is the Police Station in Front of Dragon Park on Planet Namek
Softcover | JIS B5 (18.2 × 25.7 cm) | 9 pages
Released: 15 September 2006
Retail: ¥2,000
Publisher: Shueisha
Ryō-san finds himself working on Planet Namek, where Freeza and his men have illegally parked their spaceship, and neither side will have any of the other’s shenanigans.