Dragon Ball Journey
I’m back!

I only just got my internet back, so let us resume.

However, I will be changing the way I do the posts from now on to save time. They will also look better this way.

Tale 4, They Call Him… The Turtle Hermit!
This outfit was recently implemented into Dragon Ball Online as a ‘dogi’, that can be worn by both sexes.

Tale 4, They Call Him… The Turtle Hermit!

This outfit was recently implemented into Dragon Ball Online as a ‘dogi’, that can be worn by both sexes.

Tale 3, Page 14
And we meet Muten Roshi for the first time! He greets us with a Hawaiian greeting, which is in-keeping with the fact his trademark technique is the Kamehameha, named after a Hawaiian king. 
It also seems that Goku has super-human eyesight.

Tale 3, Page 14

And we meet Muten Roshi for the first time! He greets us with a Hawaiian greeting, which is in-keeping with the fact his trademark technique is the Kamehameha, named after a Hawaiian king. 

It also seems that Goku has super-human eyesight.

Tale 3, Page 13
The landscape here almost looks primordial.

Tale 3, Page 13

The landscape here almost looks primordial.

Tale 3, Page 12
While it may seem like a harmless Dr. Slump reference, the two mangas are actually set in the same world. Goku spends a few chapters in Penguin Village whilst in pursuit of General Blue.

Tale 3, Page 12


While it may seem like a harmless Dr. Slump reference, the two mangas are actually set in the same world. Goku spends a few chapters in Penguin Village whilst in pursuit of General Blue.

Tale 3, Page 11
The Janken technique, one of Goku’s trademark attacks which he used fairly frequently as a child. The technique is more of a mind-game and confuses the opponent because they don’t know what kind of attack to anticipate. Then when Goku yells ‘paper’, he attacks with a fist, rather than a flat-palm.
Another enemy down.

Tale 3, Page 11

The Janken technique, one of Goku’s trademark attacks which he used fairly frequently as a child. The technique is more of a mind-game and confuses the opponent because they don’t know what kind of attack to anticipate. Then when Goku yells ‘paper’, he attacks with a fist, rather than a flat-palm.

Another enemy down.

Tale 3, Page 10
Goku demonstrates his combat talents. Most specifically, his speed. The bear didn’t even see him dodge his attack and land on his sword, and at this point Goku’s power level isn’t even 100.

Tale 3, Page 10

Goku demonstrates his combat talents. Most specifically, his speed. The bear didn’t even see him dodge his attack and land on his sword, and at this point Goku’s power level isn’t even 100.

Tale 3, Page 9
Bulma’s not too compassionate towards animals, even if they’re articulate.

Tale 3, Page 9

Bulma’s not too compassionate towards animals, even if they’re articulate.

Tale 3, Page 8
Another nameless villain is introduced to us. It’s revealed in Dragon Ball Online that he went to compete in the 23rd Ten’kaichi Budokai, but was defeated before the preliminary rounds by Chi-Chi.

Tale 3, Page 8

Another nameless villain is introduced to us. It’s revealed in Dragon Ball Online that he went to compete in the 23rd Ten’kaichi Budokai, but was defeated before the preliminary rounds by Chi-Chi.

Tale 3, Page 7
Doesn’t take Bulma long to remember just why she brought Goku with her in the first place!

Tale 3, Page 7

Doesn’t take Bulma long to remember just why she brought Goku with her in the first place!

Tale 3, Page 6
This just goes to show how Goku is really just going with the flow and doesn’t have much motivation to travel with Bulma yet. He literally just wanted to see a dragon, and now this distraction has come along he just wants to do what he sees as right.

Tale 3, Page 6

This just goes to show how Goku is really just going with the flow and doesn’t have much motivation to travel with Bulma yet. He literally just wanted to see a dragon, and now this distraction has come along he just wants to do what he sees as right.

Tale 3, Page 5
I love how Bulma and Goku are completely un-phased that the Turtle can talk, exceptionally well in fact. It’s also humorous how Bulma simply has sea-water and sea-weed at her disposal. 
Wandering about for a year really makes you wander what sort of things he’d seen and done, and why Muten Roshi never came looking for him!

Tale 3, Page 5

I love how Bulma and Goku are completely un-phased that the Turtle can talk, exceptionally well in fact. It’s also humorous how Bulma simply has sea-water and sea-weed at her disposal. 

Wandering about for a year really makes you wander what sort of things he’d seen and done, and why Muten Roshi never came looking for him!

Tale 3, Page 4
It’s sweet how Bulma feels the need to check on Goku.

Tale 3, Page 4

It’s sweet how Bulma feels the need to check on Goku.

Tale 3, Page 3
Goku meets the old Sea Turtle for the first time, in fact mistaking him for a rock that he was about to crush. It’s a good job he noticed, especially when you consider how important Muten Roshi is…

Tale 3, Page 3

Goku meets the old Sea Turtle for the first time, in fact mistaking him for a rock that he was about to crush. It’s a good job he noticed, especially when you consider how important Muten Roshi is…

Tale 3, Page 2
Goku exerts his Saiyan energy on an innocent rock!

Tale 3, Page 2

Goku exerts his Saiyan energy on an innocent rock!