The Wrath of Freeza (フリーザ超変身！！, Furīza Chō-Henshin!!; lit. "Freeza’s Super Transformation!!") is the twenty-fifth volume of the original Dragon Ball manga series. It was released on March 8, 1991 in Japan, and in May 2003 for the English version. It is released in North America as Dragon Ball Z volume nine, with the chapter count restarting back to one. It concludes the Captain Ginyu Saga and marks the beginning of the Frieza Saga.
Volume introduction by Akira ToriyamaEdit
"I like movies. When I was but a lad, I went to the movies at a pace of about four a week. Even when I was a primary-schooler, I’d often bring a boxed lunch with me, pedaling away on my bike to get to the theater in Nagoya, where I’d immerse myself for the entire day. The many films I watched in this way live on in my job of comics. When I’m coming up with a story or a sequence, it comes up in my head in the style of a cinematic image, which allows me to get my pencil moving. Ah, it sure was nice."
After several body switches, Ginyu is in a Namekian Frog's body and Goku is back in his own body Dende, Gohan, and Kuririn summon Porunga, the Namekian Dragon. Piccolo is revived and transported to Namek. Shortly later, Freeza faces the heroes. He takes to his second form and battles Vegeta. Soon, Piccolo arrives and begins to battle Freeza.
|"The Final Switch"|
|"The True Dragon God"|
|"The Three Wishes"|
|"The Last Wish"|
|"Freeza vs. Gohan"|
|"Freeza vs. Gohan, Part 2"|
|"The Fourth Warrior"|
|"Freeza vs. Piccolo"|
- Gohan & Krillin vs. Captain Ginyu (Goku's body)
- Vegeta vs. Jeice
- Goku (Ginyu's Body), Gohan, & Krillin vs. Captain Ginyu (Goku's body)
- Vegeta vs. Captain Ginyu (Goku's body)
- Gohan vs. Frieza (2nd Form)
- Krillin vs. Frieza (2nd Form)
- Piccolo vs. Frieza (2nd Form)
|Volume 25: The Wrath of Freeza|
|Ginyu's Mistake! · The Final Switch · Nail's Sacrifice · The True Dragon God · The Three Wishes · The Last Wish · The Assimilation · The Transformation · Freeza vs. Gohan · Freeza vs. Gohan, Part 2 · The Fourth Warrior · Freeza vs. Piccolo|