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Birth of a New Hero!!
Kanji ニューヒーロー誕生!!
Rōmaji Nyū Hīrō Tanjō!!
Viz The New Generation
Volume Info
Previous Volume 35
Next Volume 37
Release
Japanese November 4, 1993[1]
English May 31, 2005[2]
ISBN
Japanese ISBN 978-4-08-851495-6
English ISBN 978-1-59116-808-9
Character debut(s)
None in this volume
Technique debut(s)
None in this volume
Tool debut(s)
None in this volume


Birth of a New Hero!! (ニューヒーロー誕生!!, Nyū Hīrō Tanjō!!; Viz "The New Generation") is the thirty-sixth volume of the Dragon Ball manga, and the twentieth volume of Part II of the manga.

Chapter 421

"Satan City's High School" (サタンシティのハイスクール, Satan Shiti no Hai Sukūru; Viz "Herculopolis High")

Chapter 422

"Gohan, Very Tired" (悟飯、とても疲れる, Gohan, Totemo Tsukareru; Viz "Undercover")

Chapter 423

"Birth of a New Hero!!" (ニューヒーロー誕生!!, Nyū Hīrō Tanjō!!; Viz "A Hero Is Born!")

Chapter 424

"Videl Emergency Dispatch!!" (ビーデル緊急出動!!, Bīderu Kinkyū Shutsudō!!; Viz "Videl's Emergency!!")

Chapter 425

"Exposed!!!" (バレた!!!, Bareta!!!; Viz "Revealed!!!")

Chapter 426

"The Tenkaichi Budōkai" (天下一武道会, Tenkaichi Budōkai; Viz "Strongest in the Heavens!"; Literally meaning "The Number One Under the Heavens Martial Arts Gathering")

Chapter 427

"The Special Training Begins!!" (特訓開始!!, Tokkun Kaishi!!; Viz "Let the Training Begin!")

Chapter 428

"Videl-san Takes Flight" (ビーデルさんの舞空術, Bīderusan no Bukūjutsu; Viz "Videl Learns to Fly")

Chapter 429

"The Tenkaichi Budōkai Draws Near" (迫る天下一武道会, Semaru Tenkaichi Budōkai; Viz "Fathers"; Literally meaning "The Number One Under the Heavens Martial Arts Gathering Draws Near")

Chapter 430

"The Dragon Team Gathers!!" (ドラゴンチーム集合!!, Doragon Chīmu Shūgō!!; Viz "The Dragon Team Returns!")

Chapter 431

"The Preliminaries Begin" (予選開始, Yosen Kaishi)

Chapter 432

"The Two Small Super Warriors" (ふたりの小さな超戦士, Futari no Chīsa na Sūpā Senshi; Viz "The Two Little Warriors")

References

  1. "DRAGON BALL 36" (in Japanese).
  2. "Dragon Ball Z, Vol. 20".
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