Dragon Ball, Vol. 1: The Monkey King by Akira ToriyamaBefore there was Dragon Ball Z, there was Akira Toriyamas action epic Dragon Ball, starring the younger version of Son Goku and all the other Dragon Ball Z heroes! Meet a naive young monkey-tailed boy named Goku, whose quiet life changes when he meets Bulma, a girl who is on a quest to collect seven Dragon Balls. If she gathers them all, an incredibly powerful dragon will appear and grant her one wish. But the precious orbs are scattered all over the world, and Bulma needs Gokus help (and his super-strength)! With a magic staff for a weapon and a flying cloud for a ride, Goku sets out on the adventure of a lifetime...
Baboon amazed by card-disappearing magic trick
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Say what you like, but sometimes the Internet really delivers. It starts with a wan zoo baboon. Which is to say, overwhelmingly sad and tired. Suicidal even. Thousands of kids have toddled up to this baboon to smack their sticky palms against the glass, level with her face. And then.
Every night he will be joined by a different special guest who has no previous conjuring experience. Together they will perform jaw-dropping magic without any rehearsal.
Not yet as popular as cats and dogs in superhero outfits , there is a growing category of YouTube video featuring magicians performing for various animal species. The latest one making the rounds on Facebook is a short clip of a baboon in a zoo enclosure watching a sleight-of hand card vanish through a glass barrier. The video, only about 10 seconds long, shows a sleepy baboon sitting against the glass divider, clearly bored with the constant stream of visitors. But not for long. From the other side of the glass, a middle-aged man extends his hand. But this guy is clearly adept at legerdemain. After millions of juveniles sticking their tongues out at it, knocking on the glass day in and day out, who cares about yet another tourist, never mind the card brandishing?