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DBVol29

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Gokū, Defeated!
Kanji 悟空、敗れる!
Rōmaji Gokū, Yabureru!
Viz The Red Ribbon Androids
Volume Info
Previous Volume 28
Next Volume 30
Release
Japanese March 10, 1992[1]
English October 8, 2003[2]
ISBN
Japanese ISBN 978-4-08-851419-2
English ISBN 978-1-56931-986-4
Character debut(s)
None in this volume
Technique debut(s)
None in this volume
Tool debut(s)
None in this volume


Gokū, Defeated! (悟空、敗れる!, Gokū, Yabureru!; Viz "The Red Ribbon Androids") is the twenty-ninth volume of the Dragon Ball manga, and the thirteenth volume of Part II of the manga.

Chapter 338

"The Androids Head to the City…" (人造人間街へ…, Jinzōningen Machi e…; Viz "Slaughter in South City"; Literally meaning "The Artificial Humans Head to the City…")

Chapter 339

"A Close Call for Yamcha!!" (ヤムチャ間一髪!!, Yamucha Kan'ippatsu!!; Viz "Yamcha Falls")

Chapter 340

"Son Gokū versus The Red Ribbon Army's Grudge" (孫悟空対レッドリボン軍の恨み, Son Gokū Tai Reddo Ribon Gun no Urami; Viz "The Red Ribbon Androids")

Chapter 341

"What's Wrong, Son Gokū?" (どうした孫悟空, Dō Shita Son Gokū; Viz "Powerless!")

Chapter 342

"Gokū, Defeated!" (悟空、敗れる!, Gokū, Yabureru!; Viz "One Down…")

Chapter 343

"Vegeta Makes His Appearance" (ベジータ出現, Bejīta Shutsugen; Viz "Vegeta Returns!!!")

Chapter 344

"The Androids Lose their Cool" (うろたえる人造人間, Urotaeru Jinzōningen; Viz "The Androids Unhinged"; Literally meaning "The Artificial Humans Lose their Cool")

Chapter 345

"No. 20 Runs Away!" (20号逃げる!, Nijūgō Nigeru!; Viz "A Change of Plans")

Chapter 346

"Trunks Returns" (トランクス再登場, Torankusu Saitōjō)

Chapter 347

"Trunks' Confusion" (トランクスの疑惑, Torankusu no Giwaku; Viz "A Sound of Thunder")

Chapter 348

"To the Laboratory…!!" (研究所へ…!!, Kenkyūjo e…!!; Viz "Dr. Gero's Laboratory")

Chapter 349

"No. 17 and No. 18 Are Awakened" (目覚めた17号、18号, Mezameta Jūnanagō, Jūhachigō; Viz "The Androids Awake!")

References

  1. "DRAGON BALL 29" (in Japanese).
  2. "Dragon Ball Z, Vol. 13".
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