If you haven’t heard of the Goku Manga PFP (also known as Dragon Ball), then you might want to check it out! It was created by Akira Toriyama, the creator of the Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT anime series, and this manga focuses on the first three years of Goku’s life, which were depicted in only several flashbacks in the anime series. If you don’t want to read the manga, you can watch the new movie, which will tell Goku’s origins in full detail!
1) The story is unique and interesting
The Goku Manga PFP is one of a kind and has been called a non-stop thrill ride. With its high-stakes action, compelling plot, and lovable characters, it’s no wonder that this manga has become a fan favorite. The story follows our protagonist Goku as he sets out on an adventure to find seven magical orbs in order to defeat evil forces. Along the way, he must battle against powerful opponents who are also seeking these orbs. Will Goku be able to complete his quest? Will he ever find the seven magical orbs? All will be revealed in this thrilling adventure!
2) The artwork is fantastic
The main character is a likable, relatable hero who’s always looking out for his friends. What I love about this manga is that it has such a human feel to it. I can’t put my finger on what makes me feel so connected to these characters, but they seem so real and down-to-earth. I don’t know if that’s because of the humor or if it’s just because it feels like I’m looking at myself in a mirror when reading this story. Either way, I think everyone should read this manga!
3) The characters are likable and relatable
The characters in Goku are some of the most likable and relatable I have ever seen. Every time I read one of these manga, I am reminded that a lot of people go through similar struggles as me, and it helps make me feel less alone. The story also brings to light how difficult it is for teenagers to make their own decisions. When they want something they can’t afford or can’t get because of their age, they’ll do anything to get it. But even though everything ends up alright in the end, there’s usually a lesson learned along the way that shows you what would happen if you went down that path.
4) The setting is well-developed
The manga is set in a futuristic world where an evil organization has taken over. There are two main characters, Goku and Gokuhan. Goku is a young, high-school student who enjoys his carefree life. Gokuhan is a teenager who loves to fight and wants revenge for his family’s death at the hands of the evil organization.
5) The themes are thought-provoking
- What is Goku about? Goku is a manga (Japanese comic) series that features three characters: Son Goku, Kuririn and Piccolo. These three friends have an incredible adventure to fight against all kinds of enemies in order to save their world from danger. The manga has been going on for 40 years now, making it one of the most popular mangas in Japan.
- Who are some of my favorite characters? If you want to know more about these amazing characters, check out our blog post 5 Reasons Why You Should Be Reading the ‘Goku’ Manga!
- How many volumes are there for this manga? There are 42 volumes with over 700 chapters so far!
- Is this manga available in English? Yes!
If you love classic manga series, then you will definitely enjoy reading Goku Manga PFP. The art style and story are reminiscent of some of your favorite mangas from yesteryear but with a fresh new spin. And since it is still on-going, there is always something to look forward to in this series.
With five volumes out so far, there’s no better time than now to start reading Goku!
Goku is an original manga by Akira Toriyama, one of the most influential comic book and animation creators in Japan. The story follows Goku from his childhood through adulthood as he trains with his friends and family to become a great warrior and defend life on Earth. It’s everything you’d expect from Toriyama: a straightforward, heartwarming story with a cast that will remind readers of Harry Potter or Avatar: The Last Airbender.
The manga series has been translated into English for just about 20 years now, but has never been released in full in North America until this year when Viz Media began publishing all 42 volumes monthly.