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Webcomic profile: Dragonball Z Elsewhere
Dragonball Z Elsewhere
The tale of Yamcha and the Sacred Schools
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Language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 8 days ago, 2:00 AM
Number of comics: 480
Number of subscribers: 66
Visitors: 232390 visitors (4954153 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (230 votes)

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A Dragonball sidestory set during the seven years between the defeat of Cell and the coming of Majin Buu. Yamcha, long-time ally of Goku, finds himself lost at a crossroads in his life. Thrust back into his mysterious past, Yamcha is forced into a position where he must face his fears, failures, duties, and the culmination of the myths and legends of the Dragonball universe!

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RMK

Most recent comments left on Dragonball Z Elsewhere

G (Guest)
2 days ago
Nice. I love love dragon ball super
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Guest (Guest)
2 days ago
"Amazing Scene"
I just found this manga today and I've been power reading through it. I am very, very impressed with your take on Yamcha, a personal favorite of mine.

Many wonderful images and moments but I truly needed to comment on the training scene with the cups; great image and then taking it in a crazy, DBZ direction. We need more like this in canonical series
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Rod of Stone (Guest)
3 days ago
Hey, Gokitalo, are you going to update the DBZ Elsewhere KAzenshou page?

http://www.kanzenshuu.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=32179&start=80

More need to gaze upon this wonderful, fanmanga, says I.
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jordan (Guest)
3 days ago
"congrats"
yeahhh welcome back :) Always nice to read you
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Gokitalo (Guest)
3 days ago
Utterly blown away, RMK. I think this just might be the most beautiful set of pages you've drawn yet, which is saying something, considering how great the others have been! Love all the continuity nods (the "Dragon Fist," Goku's body turning to stone) and the twists you add to the fight are smart and creative, as always. Based on what we've seen and what you've mentioned in earlier chapters, I think it's safe to say that reaction shot of King Cold isn't random...
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