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Dragon Ball Z Season 4 [DVD]
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Dire warnings of an android future!
Having returned victorious from their battle with Frieza, the Z-fighters can at last breathe a collective sigh of relief... But they won't have long to rest. A new host of villains has appeared, ready to wreak havoc on the Earth - and Goku, the Z-Fighters' greatest hero, is still missing!
In the face of these new dangers, a mysterious youth with Super Saiyan powers has come bearing a bleak prediction for the future: in just three years' time, an evil greater than any the Z-Fighters have ever faced will emerge to cast a shadow of destruction and despair over the Earth. If the young Saiyan's prediction is correct, the Z-Fighters will have to train like they have never trained before in order to have any hope against these seemingly unstoppable foes: the Androids!
Contains the Complete Garlic Jr., Trunks, and Android sagas - 32 episodes - with revised English dialogue and original Japanese music.
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It includes English voices with the option for English music or Japanese music and Japanese voices with Japanese music. Once again I recommend watching it in English with the English music for the best experience.
If you love DBZ then get this.
That said, the added advantage of being able to watch the English dub with the original score, as well as in Japanese with English subtitles is fantastic, and certainly not to be sniffed at! Well worth a watch if you enjoy comparing across dubs/version etc.
On to the release itself. My ONLY concern is that I've read in numerous places that these releases come complete with a booklet - a booklet which I admittedly didn't get, but I'm not going to spit feather over this one because I'm really just glad to finally have all my episodes of DBZ in one place (or will do, once I've finished buying these DVDs). A point that enthralls me greatly is that yes, these episodes ARE all UNCUT. A fact that didn't much bother me when I was eight, but it's interesting, now, to make the comparison, and at 21, some added blood and such doesn't detract from anything.Read more ›
Anyway, I noticed some voice changes compared to when I watched it as a kid on the Cartoon Network Channel (Toonami) in the UK. The Narrator, Spice, and Maron (and possibly Yajirobe) all had different voice actors, but the Bruce Faulconer Music was a pleasure to listen to again. I do think the music beyond the Garlic Jr. Saga was hit and miss; at times it felt too 'techno', if that makes sense.
I gave it four stars since I had to pay £20 for the mere eight or so episodes that I wanted to watch again, and wasn't entirely satisfied with the voice changes, but overall, Dragon Ball Z is amazing, and I recommend this to anyone who wants to experience this great anime once again, or for the first time.
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I love DBZ and just purchased the entire original collection, before someone decides to take it out of the market and only leave available the new "Kai" version. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R.Tomaz
My son use to watch these when he was a a kid now he's collecting the whole set a o he can relive the good days of being care free, the packaging was good, he was very pleased... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nain
Really enjoyable and brings back memories from watching the programme as a kidPublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer