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The sixth collected volume of Naho Ooishi‘s Dragon Ball SD — the spin-off/re-telling of the Dragon Ball series currently serialized in Saikyō Jump — saw its release both digitally and in print in Japan today (04 June 2019).
The volume picks up with Chapter 49 of the monthly/bimonthly reboot of the comic as the Earthlings battle Nappa, and concludes with chapter 58 and the defeat of Vegeta (and his surprise landing on Vampa). During its serialization in 2016, Dragon Ball SD skipped to the Saiyan arc following the the 22nd Tenka’ichi Budōkai.
In addition to the aforementioned standard chapters, the sixth collected volume contains two bonus chapters:
The 192-page tankōbon-sized volume runs ¥600 plus tax and preserves the full-color presentation from its original Saikyō Jump serialization. The print version also comes packed with a Son Goku card for Super Dragon Ball Heroes in the latest “Universe Mission 8” update series.
Dragon Ball SD began in Saikyō Jump as a quarterly publication with four total issues in 2011 re-telling major aspects of the franchise in an even more childish tone. When the magazine switched to a monthly format in 2012, Dragon Ball SD started over at the very beginning of the series with the same kind of writing and artistic style. The publication switched to a bimonthly release schedule in late-2014. The series’ sixtieth chapter was serialized this week in Saikyō Jump‘s July 2019 issue.