Dragon Ball Z: Seasons 1-9 Collection BLU-RAY

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Dragon Ball Z: Seasons 1-9 Collection BLU-RAY

Dragon Ball Z: Seasons 1-9 Collection BLU-RAY

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Each season comes in its own Blu-ray case with unique cover art based on the season's story arc, and all nine cases fit inside the included collector's box. Contains Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming, Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly, Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, and Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon. The story was written by Akira Toriyama and is based on the Dragon Ball manga series which adapts volumes 17-42 (chapters 195 onwards). Portions of her work as 2nd form Frieza are redubbed as well as redubbing one line for 3rd form Frieza in Episode 82, the line " Oh Piccolo, it's time for school!

The outer case for the Blu-rays is very good with a silver Shenron on the front side - would've been excellent if it wrapped around the box in full. Cell is given an extra line in "Sacrifice" when he attempts to rise out of the hole made by Tien's Neo Tri-Beam: " When I get out of here, I'll make you pay!

The original episodes 1-53 are different, the inclusion of the Ocean Studios cast and Ron Wasserman score make for a more unique experience, and indeed it was how Dragon Ball Z was going to be dubbed before the decision was made to take everything inhouse. Franko has said that due to a small budget and short schedule, he and his team were not able to do a complete and thorough job of the transfer. A reason for this may be that FUNimation just created that side to show the audience how the prints did somewhat look alike.

The Level sets look good but they would never be a definitive release even in a world where they were seen through to the end. For one, I dislike the lack of NEPs and original title cards, which is what I was alluding to that every other Funimation Blu-ray release has suffered from.

Also, a spectator wearing a pink hat watching the Cell Games is given two extra lines by Mike McFarland in "No More Rules" despite sounding distinctly different in the role from the original dub. English track with revised dialog based on the FUNimation dub, with FUNimation dub music (Dolby Digital 2.

I've just read that the 30th anniversary boxset release for 25/11/ 20202019 includes the 4:3 remastered discs. All 39 episodes from the first season of the anime following the adventures of Goku (voice of Masako Nozawa) as he attempts to save the Earth from an alien invasion. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site, provide personalised content and advertising, analyse our traffic, and ensure you see more of what you love.The most notable difference from the first release is that Laura Bailey has replaced Ceyli Delgadillo as Dende. The orange bricks outsold Kai 2:1" Back in the day the common perception of Kai was the Toonzai version with no blood, explosion sparkles, milk in Roshi's glass, breathing corpses, and Blue Popo was the default version of Kai and not an overtly censored version of a mildly censored recut.

On the blu-rays themselves have no issues on the quality of the picture or sound - just like i remember it. Brief, Puar, Nail, Chiaotzu, Guru, Yamcha, Piccolo, Shenron, Porunga, and Bulma are left perfectly intact. The people who actually care about the edited Funi dub from Ginyu Assault onward are probably a microscopic niche tbh.For instance, Fighter 69 from the Tournament Saga had his voice pitched down in the original release, whereas here it is kept at its original pitch. I'm going to wait for the remasters of DB and DBZ from AB Studio in France, My DVD collectors boxset did not disappoint and i know the blu-rays will be remastered with care. The series was telecined at an aspect ratio of 16:9, re-conforming it from its original 4:3 aspect ratio. Here's the thing, I don't think Funimation is perpetuating a myth or engineering a situation (intentionally anyways) I think they're looking at sales figures without bothering to figure out why they are the way the way the are. The Dragon Boxes have their own color flaws of course, but they retain a certain level of brightness and saturation that feels right, which is more appealing to me than having "accurate" colors in a duller spectrum.



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