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Dragon Ball Z Season 1 [DVD]

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  • Directors: Daisuke Nishio
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 2 July 2012
  • Run Time: 905 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007R39R5W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,812 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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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. The episodes are: 'The New Threat', 'Reunions', 'Unlikely Alliance', 'Goku's Unusual Journey', 'Gohan's Metamorphosis', 'Gohan Makes a Friend', 'Trouble On Arlia', 'Home for Infinite Losers', 'Princess Snake's Hospitality', 'Escape from Piccolo', 'Showdown in the Past', 'The End of Snake Way', 'A Fight Against Gravity...Catch Bubbles!', 'The Legend of the Saiyans', 'A Black Day for Planet Earth', 'The Battle Begins...Goku Where Are You?', 'The Saibamen Strike', 'Nappa...the Invincible?', 'Tien Goes All Out!', 'Time's Up', 'The Return of Goku', 'Goku Strikes Back', 'Goku Vs. Vegeta...a Saiyan Duel!', 'Vegeta: Saiyan Style', 'Stop Vegeta Now!', 'The Battle Ends', 'Nimbus Speed', 'Goku's Arrival', 'Lesson Number One', 'Goku Vs. Vegeta', 'Saiyan Sized Secret', 'Spirit Bomb Away!', 'Hero in the Shadows', 'Krillin's Offensive', 'Mercy', 'Picking Up the Pieces', 'Plans for Departure', 'Nursing Wounds' and 'Friends or Foes?'.

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Captain Amazon on 7 July 2012
Format: DVD
Finally DBZ gets a proper UK release. If you're a fan of the series then get this. The voices included on this are thankfully the FUNimation voices which we got on toonami and cartoon network for the ginyu,frieza,garlic jr and trunks sagas and are also used for most of the games. We can finally watch the whole series consistantly with these voices. You can watch the episodes 3 ways:

-English with the english soundtrack
-English with the japanese soundtrack
-Japanese
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By WPH on 3 Oct. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I don't know if I'm selecting something wrong in the audio menu, but the impression I got from other reviews when I bought this was that I'd be able to experience the show as I watched it years ago. However, while the American voices are thankfully the same the music doesn't seem to be. I remember the music vividly and have been reminded of Bruce Falconer's amazing work by watching clips on Youtube and it doesn't appear to be the same. I find the music is a vital element of the full DBZ experience and for me the good music is missing. Maybe I'm missing something :/

Apart from that though you can't really fault this set, the voices, characters and scenes are just as I remember which is wonderful, shame about the music though.

Delivered on time and in good condition.

3/5
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ms. S. Capes on 3 Feb. 2009
Format: DVD
This DVD set is Region 1,2 and 4 NTSC. Which means that to play it you will probably need a multi region DVD player. The box itself is aesthetic, and folds out nicely. There is also an A6 (small) booklet inside with character and episode summaries, screen shots and illustrations.

The episodes themselves are completely uncut. They feature a lot more of those silly extra scenes, the typical Dragonball Toriyama humour which shines through even now that the characters are all beefed up and power level crazy. They also show blood and less screen panneling to waste time because they don't cut out the violence. As for the animation, though lines still flicker on the edge of character's faces sometimes, the colours are much brighter and more enhanced than the original series' was.

The voice-overs have been completely redone. So all the voice actors who were in DBZ in the last season voiced the earlier seasons for this DVD set as well. Because of this, the dialogue often changes, which can be a bad thing if you loved a particular scene, but it means there's no more annoyance over a character's voice changing half way through the series. The best thing about this box set in my mind is that you can mix and match Japanese and English voices with Japanese and English music. So if you like the English voices but hate the English music, you can keep the English voices and listen to the Japanese music instead. That's a nice treat, and I hardly ever watch DBZ with English music- regardless of what language they're speaking.

If you own the series already, then it's worth getting this DVD set for the marathon feature, in which you can watch all the episodes on a disc without having to keep listening to the opening and closing titles.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elliott on 11 May 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I got the set today, and i am extremely happy with it, it came in perfect condition. I ordered it from supermartUSA on the 26th, and it got here on the 11th, so it did take a little while, but thats no matter. So now about the box:

The box itself is very nice but there are a few flaws, one of which it the way the discs are stacked on top of each other. This makes them very hard to get out and sooner or later im probably going to brake them, so i recommend backing them up just to be safe. Also if you get all of the seasons and put them all next to each other the spine is meant to make an image, but you can only see the spine image if you take the box out of the cover box. also all of the discs have the same image design, now enough of the flaws, onto the good points, the box is very nice, it feels glossy and smooth, it even comes with a book! the book has hero profiles, enemy profiles, episode summaries, and the history of dragon ball z. This is a great set and well worth the money.

Now onto the video. Now you get a lot of people who constantly complain about the cropped aspect ratio and the noise reduction process which occasionally makes it loose some lines of detail, but its really not that bad, it looks perfect, so far i haven't seen any line loss, and you only miss a little bit of footage of the top and the bottom, most of the time it really doesn't matter.

The only alternative to this is the Dragon boxes, but they are rare to find now and incredibly expensive. Just stick to these ones, there cheap, the video and the box looks great, and it even has 3 audio choices! You can pick English with Japanese music, English with English music, or fully Japanese. You don't get that with the dragon boxes!

To summarize: THIS IS DAMN GOOD!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ajay Jhagra on 10 April 2015
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The first season of Dragon Ball Z starts off with Goku introducing his son Gohan to the rest of the characters from the original Dragon Ball series. An intense force appears with a huge power level which is a Saiyan called Radditz, who later reveals himself as Goku's older brother and reveals that Goku is actually an alien from space who is also a Saiyan. During the battle, Goku sacrifices himself to kill his brother by his arch nemesis Piccolo (from Dragon Ball) After this it is revealed 2 more Saiyan's will be coming to Earth a year later. The series continues to show Piccolo train Goku's son Gohan, aswell as Goku training in the afterlife... A year later, the Saiyans arrive to take on Goku's former rivals Piccolo, Tien & Yamcha and also Krillin, and his son Gohan.. Does Goku make it back in time to fight the 2 dreaded Saiyans? Yes, because Goku never lets anyone down!
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