Dr Slump – The Dragon Ball Episodes – 56


As promised, here we are with the first of four episodes in the Dr Slump and Dragon Ball crossover. Arale takes to Goku straight away – mostly because she has a thing for monkeys, it seems – when Goku comes to stay in search of the final Dragon Ball which has turned up in Penguin Village. Of course, Arale just wants to play, especially the game of Yank the Tail. So without further ado, enjoy our first venture into the Dr Slump universe:

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18 thoughts to “Dr Slump – The Dragon Ball Episodes – 56”

  1. Thanks for this.

    @Someone – this is the second Dr. Slump series, it kind of sucks compared to the original but considering this is a DB crossover its certainly something people will be interested in.

  2. Too bad no one in the US will ever license the original 1980 Dr. Slump tv series. Its best shot would’ve been Funimation (given that they already have Dragon Ball), but even that’s a stretch.

  3. @Someone: It’ll be a while before the rest of the 80s show is done as well, since shiteater ran out of official French subs to translate from and would need to rely on a Japanese translator. At least Discotek did the first few movies, I guess.

  4. Thanks a lot for this!

    Is it possible to publish other crossvers (for example the one with Hokuto no ken)?

    Anyways thanks once again.

  5. I read what you wrote. why would you translate it, promise it to the public then not upload it. I asked if there’s anywhere else this is posted – not by you. If you’re not sharing, at least help other people.

  6. Ever heard of sarcasm and using your brains? Also. Go read the rules dude. Ps! dare posting with a nick rather than an anonymous.

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