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Dragon Ball Chapter 63

"Android No. 8"
Kanji 人造人間8号
Rōmaji Jinzōningen Hachi-Gō
Viz Mechanical Man No. 8
Chapter Info
Author(s) Akira Toriyama
Volume Volume 6
Previous Chapter 62
Next Chapter 64
Arc Red Ribbon Army Arc
Japanese February 25, 1986
Anime Adaptation
Corresponding episode(s) DB039
Character debut(s)
None in this chapter
Technique debut(s)
None in this chapter
Tool debut(s)

"Android No. 8" (人造人間8号, Jinzōningen Hachigō; Viz "Mechanical Man No. 8") is the sixty-third chapter of the Dragon Ball manga.


Fleeing from his young pursuer, Murasaki lets Android No. 8 out of his cage, demanding he kill Goku. No. 8 refuses outright, stating that living things should not be killed, and that he doesn't want to do bad things. Murasaki is enraged, but No. 8 knows that the Red Ribbon Army is committing atrocities, and doesn't want to do what they say. Murasaki brings out a remote, and tells No. 8 that if he refuses to listen, a simple press of the button will activate the bomb hidden in his chest, and blow him up.

When No. 8 refuses again, General White issues the order for Murasaki to blow up the failure. Moving to take cover, Murasaki prepares to blow him up, and No. 8 accepts his fate. Goku, enraged, defeats Murasaki with the Jan Ken after destroying the remote. Goku and No. 8 introduce themselves to each other, and No. 8 volunteers to take Goku to the top floor of Muscle Tower. Deciding his name was too hard to say, Goku gives No. 8 the nickname "Hacchan", and No. 8 likes the sound of the nickname.

They make it easily to the top floor, and enter General White's building. Despite being implored to surrender, White presses a button, triggering the trap door in his office and sending Goku and No. 8 plummeting to the depths.

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