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|Released:||04 June 2018 (Print)
04 June 2018 (Digital)
|Retail:||¥400 + tax|
|Size / Pages:||New Book Format (11 × 17 cm) / 192 pages|
The sixth volume’s dust jacket features an illustration by Toyotarō with various heroes joining No. 17 as he works his ranger job protecting the various animals. Mr. Satan (running to dress and catch up with everyone) and the Great Priest are featured on the back cover. The imagery is pulled directly from a poster originally released alongside the March 2017 issue of Saikyō Jump, and is an amalgamation of homages and references to prior Dragon Ball artwork.
The included obi around the book promotes the monthly release of Shueisha’s V-Jump magazine (where the Dragon Ball Super manga is serialized), along with the then-upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Broly theatrical film.
The title for the collected volume — 集まれ超戦士たち！ (Atsumare Chō Senshi-tachi! or “Super Warriors Assemble!”) — is taken directly from the thirty-first chapter‘s title.
The volume’s standard front cover is a desaturated version of the dust jacket’s front cover, while the back cover is a new illustration of Piccolo, Tenshinhan, Yamcha, and the Turtle Sage equipped in Freeza’s army garb behind Freeza himself.
The inside title page showcases 17 and 18 alongside the volume’s title and two author credits.
To fill out the necessary page count, Toyotarō supplies new drawings between chapters. In one drawing, Shin confirms with Whis that all of the angels are siblings; Whis notes that Kusu from Universe 10 is the oldest. No bonus chapters are included (having caught up in volume five); “Corrections Done by Toriyama-sensei Himself” make a reappearance from their debut in the third collected volume, with a brief showcase of character design and panel layout adjustments.
This collected volume has seen various international and translated releases:
As with most Dragon Ball products released, Akira Toriyama received an “Original Author” (原作 or gensaku) credit indicating his work and authorship of the original Dragon Ball series. Toyotarō is credited for the comic itself (漫画 or manga), stylized here as “Toyotarou”.