The Lord Of Worlds (孫悟飯とピッコロ大魔王, Son Gohan to Pikkoro Daimaō; lit. "Son Gohan and Piccolo Daimaō") is the eighteenth volume of the original Dragon Ball manga series. It was released on July 10, 1989 in Japan, and in March, 2003 for the English version. It is released in North America as Dragon Ball Z volume two, with the chapter count restarting back to one. It continues through the Vegeta Saga.
Volume introduction by Akira ToriyamaEdit
"I've said this many times before, but anyway, I don't like the cold, and I really hate winter, so much so that I'd like to hibernate like a bear. I often get invited to go skiing and such, and it's not like I couldn't, but I just have no desire to go out of my way to go someplace that's even colder. But as much as I hate winter, I really love the hot summer, and get really excited for it. That's why, even in my comics, it's almost always summery. Summer is the greatest! If only there weren't any mosquitoes…"
Gohan begins his year of training with Piccolo, while the Z-Warriors begin training with God. Goku reaches the end of Serpent Road and begins his training with Kaiō. Vegeta and Nappa arrive on Earth, and the Z Warriors defeat the Saibaimen. Goku begins his journey back to Earth.
|"A Warrior in Hell"|
|"Gohan and Piccolo"|
|"Son Gohan, the Inconsolable"'|
|"Deeds Done by the Full Moon"|
|"Goku and Gohan's Training Begins!!"|
|"Masters and Students"|
|"The Hardest Time of His Death"|
|"The Day of the Saiyans"|
|"Let the Games Begin!"|
|"Heroes in Terror"|