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Dragon Ball Chapter 93

"Son Gokū's Assault"
Kanji 孫悟空突撃
Rōmaji Son Gokū Totsugeki
Viz Goku's Charge
Chapter Info
Author(s) Akira Toriyama
Volume Volume 8
Previous Chapter 92
Next Chapter 94
Arc Red Ribbon Army Arc
Japanese September 23, 1986
Anime Adaptation
Corresponding episode(s) DB064 & DB065
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
None in this chapter
Tool debut(s)
None in this chapter

"Son Gokū's Assault" (孫悟空突撃, Son Gokū Totsugeki; Viz "Goku's Charge") is the ninety-third chapter of Part I of the Dragon Ball manga.


After defeating Taopaipai, Gokū detects the Dragon Balls at the Red Ribbon Army Headquarters, and is determined to take them back despite Upa's concern. As the young boy calls upon his Kintoun, Lieutenant Black informs Commander Red that Lieutenant Violet has arrived with the sixth Dragon Ball. They soon detect more Dragon Balls heading their way, and Red assumes its Taopaipai, when in reality, it's Gokū.

A small surveillance bot begins following the young boy, and it is revealed that the flying machine was a contraption from Bulma, which earns the woman the praise of Kame-Sennin. As Bulma, Kame-Sennin and Lunch use the bot to track Gokū back at the Kame House, Lunch realizes that the boy is headed towards the Red Ribbon Army Headquarters. The bot then speeds past Gokū to the Army's base, with the boy acknowledging the speed of the bot to be greater than that of his Kintoun.

After the bot is shot down by the Army, Gokū begins his assault on the Army's base. While the Red Ribbon Army is shocked to learn that the Dragon Balls they've detected are due to Gokū and not Taopaipai, Bulma, Lunch, Kame-Sennin and Umigame attempt to find a way to help Gokū. Umigame then gives a frantic Bulma the idea to build a new phone to contact her father to get Yamcha, who rallies Pu'ar and Oolong to help Gokū combat the Red Ribbon Army.

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