A two-volume bunkoban reprint of Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater, retitled "An Emperor's Feast of Akira Toriyama". This version, while omitting several one-shots from Manga Theater, includes the two-chapter Alien X-Peke (1996), published after the end of Dragon Ball, as well as the full-color seinen manga Lady Red (1987). The second volume also includes "The Anime and Me" (1989), a full-color essay manga from the first Dragon Ball Z Anime Special magazine, as well as a new afterword by the mangaka. Featured one-shots include: Volume 1: Lady Red Go! Go! Ackman Dub & Peter 1 The Elder Young Master Kenosuke Mr. Ho Mad Matic Pola & Roid Wonder Island Dragon Boy Volume 2: Alien X Peke Soldier of Savings Cashman Karamaru and the Perfect Day Little Mamejiro The Adventure of Tongpoo Chobit Escape Pink Tomato the Cutesy Gumshoe Today's Highlight Island
(from Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater Wikipedia page): Lady Red is a former office worker who quit her job to fight crime, however, she does not have any money or strength and is taken advantage of sexually. Published in Super Jump issue #2 on April 10, 1987, when it was still only a special issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump. Included in Volume 1 of An Emperor's Feast of Akira Toriyama(Toriyama Akira MankanZenseki)
A series of three manga tankōbon released between 1983 and 1997 that collect several one-shots written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. The stories were originally published in various Shueisha magazines between 1978 and 1994. Volume 1 (1983) - Wonder Island (1978-1979) - Tomato, Girl Detective (1979) - Pola & Roid (1981) - Mad Matic (1982) - Chobit (1983) Volume 2 (1988) - Today's Highlight Island (1979) - Escape (1982) - Pink (1982) - Dragon Boy (1983) - The Adventures of Tongpoo (1983) - Mister Hō (1986) - Kennosuke-sama (1987) - Sonchoh (1988) Volume 3 (1997) - Mamejiro (1988) - Clear Skies, Karamaru (1989) - Cashman - Saving Soldier (1990) - Dub & Peter 1 (1992-1993) - Go! Go! Ackman (1993) [Official English](https://www.viz.com/read/manga/akira-toriyama-s-manga-theater/product/6886/hardcover)
This manga by Akira Toriyama shows the reader how to become a manga artist, from the basics to how to do the interview with the editor, from the point of view of Toriyama himself and his pupil.
The story of Sachie-chan, an adventuress who travels all over the Galaxy! Written by the famous mangaka of Dragon Ball and godfather of the shounen genre, Toriyama Akira. Illustrated by the creator of Zetman and Video Girl Ai, Katsura Masakazu.
Battleman was created in Japan in 1990 as part of a collaboration between Akira Toriyama, Shūeisha publishing, Honda Motors, racing team McLaren Automotive, and the Formula 1 administration. As part of Shūeisha’s sponsorship deal with the Mclaren – Honda racing team, Akira Toriyama flew to Hockenheim, Germany to watch the team compete in a Formula 1 race. After race After Toriyama created the Battleman manga. Toriyama intended to be a journalist sports report of the exciting events. Except he presents the entire manga through the voice of ‘Battleman,’ a superhero-esque character obsessed with Formula 1. description from thedaoofdragonball.com
A short series of one-shot manga chapters by mangaka Akira Toriyama, spanning eight total installments released from 1999-2005. It is most notable for its later portion, Neko Majin Z, which is a self-parody of Dragon Ball, the author's most famous work. The series revolves around the adventures of various characters from the "Neko Majin" race, a group of cats that can use a little bit of magic, but seem to enjoy practical jokes and martial arts even more.
Mahimahi the Lungfish was a one-shot manga initially published under "Toriyama's Animal Chronicles" (Weekly Shonen Jump 1999, No. 4/5). For this project, Toriyama simply observed his pet lungfish and illustrated his thoughts about its mysterious nature. Don't let that description fool you, though; the author's trademark warm and comical sense of humor is all over this manga, making it a fantastic way to learn about this unique species of fish! However, it's somewhat hard to track down due to never being released as its own comic, leading many to regard it as an elusive masterpiece.
Dragon Ball follows the adventures of Goku from his childhood through adulthood as he trains in martial arts and explores the world in search of the seven mystical orbs known as the Dragon Balls, which can summon a wish-granting dragon when gathered. Along his journey, Goku makes several friends and battles a wide variety of villains, many of whom also seek the Dragon Balls for their own desires. Along the way becoming the strongest warrior in the universe. Part II (the post-time skip portion) of Dragon Ball is also known as 'Dragon Ball Z' in North America. [Official English](https://www.viz.com/dragon-ball) --- - **The 2nd Best Selling Manga in History**
The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals who carry on its spirit have created the ultimate androids -- Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. Who will save the world and defeat the Red Ribbon Army?!
In the far future, war has destroyed the entire Earth, leaving only a barren wasteland called Sand Land where the supply of water is controlled by the greedy king. In search of a long-lost lake, Sheriff Rao asked the king of the demons for help… and got the king's son, Beelzebub, and his assistant, Thief. Together the unlikely trio sets off across the desert, facing dragons, bandits, and the deadliest foe of all… the King's Army itself! It's travel adventure and tank action in this new story from the creator of Dragon Ball! [Official English](https://www.viz.com/sand-land)
After an outbreak of a terminal disease in their town, Paifu, a vampire-hybrid, Jose, a ghost, and Apone and Maruyama set out to find medicine to cure it and save the village.
Retired scientist Omori lives alone on a deserted island while continuing his research into time-travel. His quiet life in interrupted when galactic patrolman Jaco crash-lands and decides to move in with him. This agent from space claims to be elite, but sometimes it can a little hard to believe. Can Jaco get along with the old man long enough to save the earth from a dangerous threat? A bonus series, [Dragon Ball Minus](https://mangadex.org/manga/13175), was released with it. [Official English](https://www.viz.com/jaco-the-galactic-patrolman)
Rokutarou "Rocky" Hatanaka lives in the Japanese countryside with the belief he is an Englishman at heart. After working at a convenience store, Rocky was able to afford a British car, taking one step closer towards his dream of moving to England and living true to himself.
A tribe still exists in this outcast planet known as the Aurumoculi. The Aurumoculi are some of the strongest beings on the face of the world and can be spotted for their golden textured eyes. Our main lead "Toki" happens to be a survivor of his tribe and is on the look out for a women to help continue his bloodline.
It's Abale! An android created by Dr. Mashirito's illegitimate son, Dr. Mashirito Jr. No. 23 in the Caramel Man series, and is an exact copy of Arale, created by using the X-ray photos of Arale taken by Mashirito to create Caramel Man No. 4, aka Obochaman.
When goofy inventor Senbei Norimaki creates a precocious robot named Arale, his masterpiece turns out to be more than he bargained for! --- Official Release: - English release by [Viz Media](https://www.viz.com/dr-slump) - Indonesian release by Elex Media (2022) --- - **Won the Shogakukan Manga Award for Shonen/Shojo in 1982**
(from Wikipedia): Alien Peke plans to take over Earth, but suffers an accident. Three months later, he is still trying to find his spaceship and starts working as a bodyguard for a human family. Two chapters published in Weekly Shōnen Jump issues #37/38 and 39 of 1996
In the far future, war has destroyed the entire Earth, leaving only a barren wasteland called Sand Land where the supply of water is controlled by the greedy king. In search of a long-lost lake, Sheriff Rao asked the king of the demons for help… and got the king's son, Beelzebub, and his assistant, Thief. Together the unlikely trio sets off across the desert, facing dragons, bandits, and the deadliest foe of all… the King's Army itself! It's travel adventure and tank action in this new story from the creator of Dragon Ball![Official English](https://www.viz.com/sand-land)
Mysterious Rain Jack is a short Star Wars parody with a main character who looks like Kurikinton Soramame. The manga marks debuts of Thunder Ogre Goronbo, Drop-kun, and R2-D2; three characters who also make appearances in Toriyama's later manga Dr. Slump. As well as several aliens who also make cameo in Dr. Slump.
Kajika's a trouble making little boy, part of the mysteriously empowered people of the ''Kawa'' clan. When one day he intentionally and cruelly kills a fox, the fox's spirit comes back and places a curse on the boy, turning him into a half-fox and severely limiting his abilities. The only way to break the curse is to save one thousand lives. And so Kajika sets out on a journey, accompanied by the fox's spirit. However, when he obtains the egg of the last remaining dragon on Earth, all hell breaks loose as he is forced to take on the forces of a merciless gangster who seeks the power that resides in a dragon's blood… While at the same time attempting to break the curse and finding out the rumours of what happened to his family of the Kawa clan.