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‘Dragon Ball’ Creator Akira Toriyama Reveals The Identity Of Goku’s Mother

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When Akira Toriyama first introduced Goku in the pages of Dragon Ball, things were simple: He was a monkey-tailed boy from the wilderness who was raised by a martial arts master who wore a magical ball that when you combined it with six others it summoned a dragon for a wish and there was a girl who wanted them and -- fine, fine, things weren't that simple. As time went on and Dragon Ball shifted from a wild adventure comedy to a more straightforward battle manga as Dragon Ball Z, things became even less simple. Goku's evil brother Raditz showed up on a mission to kill everything on Earth and revealed that he was among the last of a race of alien warriors called Saiyans. That meant Goku's biological folks were just some dead jerks. In the manga, that was pretty much the end of the story, but the explosive popularity of the anime adaptation led to a movie about his Saiyan dad, Bardock. So who was Goku's mom? The question's lingered for nearly 25 years... until now (potential spoilers below).

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S.H. Figaurts ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Android 18 Action Figure Coming In June

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As a kid watching Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball Z in the mid-late 1990s, I always thought the evil Dr. Gero's androids picked some kinda wacky Western clothes to wear, but these days Android 18 looks more or less like a contemporary teen. Shave half of her head and she'd more or less fit in on any major music video shoot, which makes Bandai's June/July release of the S.H. Figuarts Android 18 action figure just so timely.

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Link Ink: Drew Goddard Confirmed For Netflix’s ‘Daredevil,’ Yudetamago Draw Captain America And Thor, And Box Brown’s ‘Zelda’ Comic

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Link Ink: Thor Cuddles Loki, Robin Could Battle Superman And ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Is Back On Blu-Ray

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Bandai S.H. Figuarts Son Goku Action Figure Coming In March

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We've seen Goku in his Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan 3 modes, but Bandai's getting back to Dragon Ball Z basics this March with its basic S.H. Figuarts Son Goku action figure.

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Link Ink: Flying In ‘Grand Theft Auto V,’ Being A Batman Dad And New ‘Attack On Titan’ 3DS Footage

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Bluefin Tamashii Nations Announces NYCC 2013 Toy Exclusives And Debuts

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Action figure fans headed to New York Comic Con 2013 this October 10-13 may want to start planning how much room they'll need to save in their luggage. Bluefin Tamashii Nations has revealed its lineup of exclusives and debuts for the show and by all accounts there'll much Gundam, Power Ranger armoring and Dragon Ball Z scouting to be had at booth #1612.

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Official ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Hair Wax Delivers Super Saiyan Styles

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Try as most may to achieve the billowy bird hair sported by Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT stars, it's no cakewalk to train your 'do up to Saiyan -- to say nothing of Super Saiyan -- strength. Bandai Premium thinks it can help, however, with its official new Dragon Ball Z hair wax.

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Link Ink: Whedon’s ‘Thor 2′ Contributions, Gritty Dragon Ball Art And Shadowman Returns

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Android 17 And 18 ‘Dragon Ball Z’ S.H. Figuarts Displayed [SDCC 2013]

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S.H. Figuarts figures of Dragon Ball Z's most lethal siblings have been caught chillin' among a crowd of Super Saiyan warriors at the Bluefin Distribution booth. Android 18 is apparently being planned for an unspecified future release, with her less empathetic brother Android 17 currently "for display only."

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