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Goodbye, Dragon World is the forty-second and final volume of the original Dragon Ball manga series. It was released in Japan on August 4, 1995 and in America on June 6, 2006. It is released in North America as Dragon Ball Z volume twenty-six, with the chapter count restarting back to one. In the VIZBIG edition, it is part of the ninth volume.
Volume introduction by Akira Toriyama
Finally, the last volume is here. I've thought of keeping the end in a low profile almost as if to keep the story ongoing. Am I right? Anyway, thank you all to those who have participated in the history from the first to the last volumes especially when you sent me lot of fan mail and gifts though I apologise for not replying .Thanks for everything,Goodbye!
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|"The Ultimate Fighter"|
|"Two Inside Boo"|
|"Boos Inside Boo"|
|"The Boo of Pure Evil"|
|"Battle for the Universe"|
|"Vegeta and Kakarrot"|
|"Vegeta Puts His Life on the Line!"|
|"The End of Super Saiyan 3"|
|"A Message to Earth"|
|"Just Not Enough"|
|"A Happy Ending... And Then..."|
|"10 Years After"|
|"Farewell, Dragon World!"|
- In the Dr. Slump anime remake, Arale Norimaki puts this last volume of the Dragon Ball manga in the Reality Machine, and a black and white version of Goku and Kid Buu fighting each other come out of it.