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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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‘Dragon Ball Z’ Scouters Coming Exclusively To SDCC 2013

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There's a lot of cool swag set to debut exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con in July -- and we've been taking a look at quite a few of them of late -- but as the launch of the official SDCC 2013 exclusives portal has revealed, only one cosplay offering can adorn you in Akira Toriyama's 1989 precursor to Google Glass. At booth 140, Bluefin Distribution will be selling friggin' Dragon Ball Z scouters.

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