DragonBall Z: Bojack Unbound Review

DragonBall Z: Bojack Unbound is a 1993 martial arts action Japanese animated film directed by Yoshihiro Ueda, voice performances including Stephanie Nadolny, Sean Schemmel, Christopher Sabat, Colleen Clinkenbeard, and Ethan Rains.  Set as the ninth film in the DragonBall Z animated film series, the film follows Bojack, a demon who was freed from prison when King Kai’s planet was destroyed. Now, without his father Goku by his side, can Gohan save the Earth? Positives: Good animation style Good action Good voice performances Negatives: Lackluster story Lackluster antagonists Plot:  Following Cell’s defeat…

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DragonBall Z: The Tree of Might Review

DragonBall Z: The Tree of Might is a 1990 martial arts fantasy Japanese animated series directed by Daisuke Nishio, starring Ian James Corlett, Saffron Henderson, Scott McNeil, and Ward Perry.  It is the third installment in the DragonBall Z film series, follows a group of aliens who visit Earth to plant the Tree of Might, a plant that grants cosmic power by draining the Earth’s life force and it is up to the Z Fighters to save the world. Positives: Good score Great action Good animation style Cool plot Negatives: Flat antagonists…

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DragonBall Z: Battle of Z Review

DragonBall Z: Battle of Z is a 2014 action role-playing video game developed by Artdink and published by Bandai Namco Games. Based on the manga and anime DragonBall the game is released for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox 360. Positives: Great soundtrack Great graphics Challenging gameplay Compelling online multiplayer Negatives: Repetitive gameplay Lackluster AI Clumsy camera Lacks content Campaign:  The single player campaign is nothing more than 60 missions involving battles from the series as well as special scenarios.  As a DBZ game the campaign is pretty lackluster…

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DragonBall Z, The Good and the Bad | Breaker Debates Ep.80

Welcome to the 80th episode of Breaker Debates. DragonBall Z is a 1989 action adventure martial arts Japanese anime created by Akira Toriyama, serving as a sequel series to DragonBall. The series follows main protagonist Goku who, as well as his friends and fellow Z Warriors, protect Earth and the universe from various threats.

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Ginyu Force Battle: Who’s Your Favorite Member of the Ginyu Force?

The Ginyu Force are a group of characters of elite mercenaries working for Frieza to conquer planets, and are part of the Frieza Force.  The members of the Ginyu Force are all special troops of a “High-Level Executive Class” within the Galactic Frieza Army, with Ginyu himself acting as captain of the force and also Frieza’s right-hand man. “I knew I should’ve joined that Ginyu fitness club last year, but no… I had to go on that stupid chili burger diet.” Guldo is a short round alien with light green…

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DragonBall Z: Fusion Reborn Review

DragonBall Z: Fusion Reborn is a 1995 Japanese animated film directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi, starring voice performances by Sean Schemmel, Kyle Hebert, Kara Edwards, Christopher R. Sabat, and Kent Williams.  Serving as the twelfth film in the DragonBall Z series, when a worker at King Yemma’s spiritual check-in station is accidentally covered in spiritual waste, he is transformed into a powerful monster named Janemba, who destroys the barrier between the real world and Other World, allowing the dead to walk the Earth.  As the living Z Fighters fend off the…

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DragonBall Z: Resurrection ‘F’ Review

DragonBall Z: Resurrection ‘F’ is a 2015 Japanese animated film directed by Tadayoshi Yamamuro, voice cast include Sean Schemmel, Christopher R. Sabat, Chris Ayres, Jason Douglas, and Ian Sinclair.  It serves as the nineteenth film in the DragonBall series and follows Goku (Schemmel), Vegeta (Sabat), and the Z fighters who must protect Earth from the resurrected Frieza (Ayres) and his army of soldiers. Positives: Good voice performances Good characters Good story Good animation-style Good action Negatives: Script could’ve been better Plot:  Frieza’s making a return to Earth and his thirst…

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DragonBall Z Review

DragonBall Z is a 1989 martial arts adventure anime television series produced by Toei Animation and directed by Daisuke Nishio. The anime is a sequel to the DragonBall anime and an adaptation of the DragonBall manga series created by Akira Toriyama. The story follows the adventures of the protagonist, Goku, and his friends and allies as they defend the Earth against a variety of enemies. Positives: Great memorable characters Good voice performances Great score Good storylines Great action Memorable dialogue Negatives:   Low budget animation style  Cardboard characters Irrelevant characters…

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DragonBall Z: Battle of Gods Review

DragonBall Z: Battle of Gods is a 2013 Japanese animated film directed by Masahiro Hosoda, serving as the fourteenth installment in the DragonBall Z animated feature films.  The plot involves Beerus, the God of Destruction, learning of the defeat of the galactic overlord Frieza at the hands of Goku.  Seeking an opponent worthy of his power, Beerus, along with his companion Whis, travels to the North Galaxy to challenge Goke to a battle.

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