From mighty Saiyans to puny humans, here are the toughest and weakest fighters in the Dragon Ball franchise.
Even for a series known for its long fights, Dragon Ball Z went a bit too long sometimes.
Even the weakest member of the Z-Fighters can still be the best character on the show!
The Dragon Ball Z anime sticks extremely close to its source material, but there are still a few key differences. Here are the biggest.
Dragon Ball Z isn't just about great fights. The show has a great soundtrack too, so we're looking at the best themes from the show's American dub.
Dragon Ball is known for reversing death, but watching your favorite characters die on a regular basis doesn't get any easier.
Transformations are a huge part of the Dragon Ball franchise but not every strong fighter needs them to beat their opponents to a pulp.
These Dragon Ball characters could hold their own against the best of them, if only they were actually part of canon.
Chi-Chi, the long-suffering wife of Goku, is one of Dragon Ball Z's most loved supporting characters and there's plenty about her you may not know.
Goku has always been one of a kind, and has gone on to learn special moves and perform unique feats that nobody else in Dragon Ball can duplicate.
When Goku had conquered all of the enemies in his own universe, he was forced to fight his own contemporaries in the manga world.
It's all well and good being a legend in the world of anime, but Goku has made some pretty crazy decisions in Dragon Ball.
Some of Dragon Ball Z's filler episodes are easy to spot but these offerings you might be surprised to discover aren't part of the series canon.
On their way to reaching the level of Gods, Goku and Vegeta are facing new and more powerful characters in Dragon Ball's latest entry.
We breakdown what you need to know about one of the newest, most powerful, and most mysterious additions to Dragon Ball franchise: Goku Black.