New Dragon Ball Z Book is Over 9,000!

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On 09.09, 2012, the new e-book called Dragon Ball Z “It’s Over 9,000!” When Worldviews Collide will launch worldwide!!

That’s right folks, “It’s Over 9,000!” the e-book!

Download a free sample now.

Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball is the world’s most recognized anime and manga series, having entertained millions of fans across the globe. The legendary rivalry of the last two full blooded Saiya-jins, Goku and Vegeta, is the iconic example of a lifelong conflict that inspires fans to burst through their own personal limits.

With a foreword by Ryo Horikawa, the Japanese voice of Vegeta, Dragon Ball Z “It’s Over 9,000!” When Worldviews Collide is the first e-book to explain where “It’s Over 9,000!” came from, how the original video spread to receive over 7 million views, and why it continues to be such a popular catchphrase.

Featuring a thoroughly researched analysis of Goku and Vegeta’s colliding worldviews, this e-book helps the reader better understand why conflict is necessary for profound personal growth and character development.

Referencing East Asian belief systems and high tech futuristic paradigms, the e-book provides a deeper understanding of this epic story and the inherent values within it.

It will forever change the way we look at Dragon Ball Z.

The e-book took over 5 years to complete, and it really was a labor of love dedicated to Dragon Ball fans across the world.

Alex Hinkley, from Alex’s DBZ RPG gave it 5 stars, and said, “The book is incredibly insightful and will change the way you view the show forever. In fact, you will probably want to re-watch the first few sagas after reading it.”

For the next week, readers of The Dao of Dragon Ball can pre-order the e-book before 09.09, 2012 and SAVE 33%!

Pre-order the e-book now for only 2.99! 1.99!

Or download a free sample now!



13 responses to “New Dragon Ball Z Book is Over 9,000!”

  1. DBZ-Rocket-Girl says:

    Wow!!! This is so awesome!!! Thanks 4 putting all your hard work into this!!

    *MUST BUY THIS!!* 😀

  2. Dave says:

    I read the independent review and It’s obvious that the reviewer is very knowledgeable about this subject and that his praise of your e-book is well deserved. Congrat’s ! You’ve done a terrific job. Can’t wait till the hard copy is available so that I can add it to that special section of my library entitled "Books by my Progeny"

  3. Elvia Mitre says:

    From what I read on chapter 2 (but in general, Over 9,000 was written eloquently well so congrats on that 🙂 ); I could swear you are trying to say that the character of Owlman is somehow right.

    • Derek Padula says:

      Owlman? I’m not sure what you’re referring to, Elvia. Can you please elaborate?

      • Elvia Mitre says:

        Hi! Owlman is this character who has been getting famous online, as he preaches Nihilism; his philosophy. That most, if not all things lack of meanning. It seems he is from DC comics or sort. Well reading Chapter 2, it seems as if it told that somehow nihilism is right; and we are the ones who give mannings to things. Or maybe I am wrong, sorry. ;P

  4. Rick Car says:

    Maybe it refers to Owlman and Nihilism.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tag9Pm3qtA

    • DerekPadula says:

      Thanks, Rick Car. I had no idea who Owlman was before.

      To answer her question, I wasn’t trying to say that Owlman was right. I think that there are simply a lot of similar principles in regards to the idea’s of a simple or minimalist life combined with personal transcendence. There’s going to be some overlap there. But I do not personally believe that destruction of everything in the universe is the best way to approach life. It’s certainly one way to handle it, but it would be an absolute shame to do things that way. Far better to enlighten to the truth, endure and change yourself and those around you.

      • Elvia Mitre says:

        Hi there! Sorry for the long abscence.

        Yeah that is Owlman from the video placed, but that’s not the only info on Owlman around. And I do not refer in anyway to destruction as an absolute way in the universe; but more than nihilism is something present everywhere. Can’t find a clear way to explain this.

        Sometime ago you posted that modern art lacks of any meanning to you; but what if it means something to others? The Eye Of The Beholder?

        Everything trully lacks of any meanning, we are the ones who give worth to things. But maybe those certain things have a different worth for someone else. And just where the laws and money have value from? There are some other things in man’s law which do not fit spiritual laws and likewise. Yet we have to obey without considering if they trully are worth it.

        Many relate nihilism with atheism and/or the abscence of God or some higer spiritual powers. But it really doesn’t have to fall into that. Let’s say that if one’s fate is written, then nothing can be done. Or if those who believe that end up wrong, then it didn’t matter as they were wrong. As if nihilism can be applied into everything; not just destruction. Maybe a kind way to say it is, to make good deeds without looking for any rewards as they do not matter; it was the making of a good deed what was important.

        A problem in that video as an example (and the whole character of Owlman) is that they use the concept of “String Theory” with Nihilism when they are not trully related.

    • DerekPadula says:

      Thanks, Rick Car. I had no idea who Owlman was before.

      To answer her question, I wasn’t trying to say that Owlman was right. I think that there are simply a lot of similar principles in regards to the idea’s of a simple or minimalist life combined with personal transcendence. There’s going to be some overlap there. But I do not personally believe that destruction of everything in the universe is the best way to approach life. It’s certainly one way to handle it, but it would be an absolute shame to do things that way. Far better to enlighten to the truth, endure and change yourself and those around you.

      • Posting Guest says:

        If nothing matters then it makes no sense to destroy it or not. Of course if that is even possible in the first place.

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