Dragon Ball Multiverse: The Novelization
Written by Loïc Solaris
Adapted by Kakarotto Ka Power Level Kya Hai? & Team
Rediscover the story of DBM, loaded with more detail. This novelization is verified as canon by Salagir, who also included additions of his own. These have not been seen in the manga, and are therefore a true annex to the comic!Part 0 :0Part 1 :12345Part 2 :678910Part 3 :1112131415Part 4 :1617181920Part 5 :2122232425Part 6 :2627282930Part 7 :3132333435Part 8 :3637383940Part 9 :4142434445Part 10 :4647484950Part 11 :5152535455Part 12 :5657585960Part 13 :6162636465Part 14 :6667686970Part 15 :7172737475Part 16 :7677787980Part 17 :8182838485Part 18 :8687888990
Translated by MikeysBoner(certified god) and Kakarotto Ka Power Level Kya Hai?
The Dragon Balls. Seven mystical spheres which, when brought together, reveal a dragon that can fulfill a single wish...
Ever since this power has been discovered by the 16 years old Bulma and her friend Goku the Dragon Balls became vital to our heroes, as the sacred dragon Shenron who appeared on Earth many times to help its defenders against dangerous threats.
Goku and his friends had always grown in power to defend the Earth from the threats of the universe. Finally, after years of hard fighting and defeating Saiyans, Freeza's empire, the vile Cyborgs of Dr. Gero, and the evil djinn Majin Buu, peace is finally restored on the Earth.
The defeat of Majin Buu gave way to this magnificent era of peace, leading Goku to Uub, the good-hearted reincarnation of Majin Buu, and his granddaughter Pan. Goku, knowing he wouldn't be alive forever, saw this as an opportunity to train both Uub and Pan to be his future replacements for preserving peace. The future looked bright in the hands of Goku and his disciples.
However, after twenty years of peace, somewhere far, far away a new challenge looms over our heroes...
Millions of light years from the Earth in the North Galaxy, two planets seemed to move rapidly and inexorably toward a sun, as if on a collision course with a massive star. The collision seemed inevitable. The sun seemed to snap the two planets from their moons when a bright, blurry object appeared in the center, seemingly out of nowhere amidst the chaos.
Upon its inception, the sun and the planets resumed their places in an instant, as if nothing had even happened. The object, a tapered horizontal E-shaped spacecraft with five domes of glass, began to move through the vacuum of space. Whirring and emitting waves of energy, the object spun at top speed to an unknown destination.
Within the ship, inside of the middle of the central bar of the white armored ship, in the prominent glass dome, small, feathered creatures with pointed ears and beaks scurried about busily inside of an all-white control room to maintain proper functioning of the spaceship.
One of them concentrated on a small computer screen and raised his voice to speak to his superior, who was slightly larger in size. The officer announced, "Parallel universe #5098487923674, destination reached.”
“Deploy the scanners,” said the superior, simply.
The creatures researched the results of the scan on their computer for a few moments, posting up information about the scan on the main control panel. The commander of the ship entered the room with arms crossed behind his back, briefly analyzing the data on the screen. He stared directly at the data on the screen and asked for the results.
"Power levels detected," said one of the creatures, "they are all in one place."
"The Earth?" asked the commander, as if he needed a confirmation of what he was reading on the screen.
"The Earth, again. But they are different from earlier," said the officer to the commander who has just begun to move away.
"Okay... We'll keep them," replied the commander. "Here we go."