Exciting news coming out from Toei Animation and Funimation with the reveal that a special 30th anniversary blu ray set for Dragon Ball Z has been slated for release.Continue reading Dragon Ball Z Blu Ray 30th Anniversary Set
Namco Bandai have revealed a new trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. If you want to get the low down on this title ahead of its release on January 23rd in Japan, this trailer outlines some key points such as a look at how it performs online, battles with huge enemies and loads more.
The game will be coming to PS Vita, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 across Japan, Europe and North America as well.
Another exciting Jump Festa announcement, this one revolving around a series with a rich legacy and huge fan following: Dragon Ball Z.
The new 4 minute trailer is for the new upcoming multi platform game, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. The trailer is jam packed with action sequences including battle scenes between the new God Goku and Beerus characters, the Genki feature, character personalisation, multiplayer modes and loads more. The game hits the Xbox 360, PS3 and the PS Vita early next year.
Here’s the trailer.
The latest Dragon Ball Z game touches down outside of Japan on January 24, 2014 and Namco Bandai have rewarded the loyal fans by posting an English version of the trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z.
The game will be coming to the PS3, Xbox 360 as well as the PS Vita for fans of handheld gaming. You can also count on a special edition making an appearance featuring a Super Saiyan figure, Goku (Naruto Uzumaki Sage Mode) exclusive DLC and an art book. The edition will be called the the Goku Edition.
Great news for gaming fans waiting for news on the latest Dragon Ball fighter, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, now has a release date for Japan. The date has been set as January 23rd, 2014. The game will be initially making an appearance on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
After the console release, the game will also be making an appearance on the PS Vita. A release in the West will be happening sometime in 2014.
Dragon Ball fans waiting for the home release of the latest cinema release, Battle of the Gods, need wait just a little bit more. September to be exact.
An online retailer recently listed the home release for the movie on DVD and Blu-ray. If you’re looking to import the movie, the dates of release are below. Don’t forget, it’s due out September 13.
- BD Limited edition: ¥9,240
- DVD Limited Edition: ¥8,190
- Blu-ray Regular Edition: ¥5,040
- DVD Regular Edition: ¥3,990
Love Dragon Ball Z and want to always be reminded of your favourite series every time you check the time? Imperial Enterprises, a jewellery and collectibles manufacturer in Japan, now has you covered. The watch below is their latest creation for the Dragon Ball Z fan, made to coincide with the release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, the Dragon Ball Z movie out now in Japanese theatres. The watch is also an officially sanctioned timepiece by the movie.
The watch sports an attractive orange and black finish surrounded by a stainless steel body. The face has been designed to resemble the Four-Star Dragon Ball as seen in the anime. The watch also comes with a 24 hour time keeping ability, fractions of seconds, stopwatch feature and a calendar. The whole thing is complimented by the package it comes in which resembles a Hoi-Poi Capsule complete with the logo of the Capsule Corporation.
The watch is a limited edition with only 9,999 made, each watch sporting the unique serial number, and will sell for ¥39,000.
Want to get your hands on one? The official site has all the info, as of writing, the first shipment has sold out with the next shipment expected in June, so reserve one today to ensure you don’t miss out.
We recently reported on the eve of the first Dragon Ball Z movie in 17 years and the anticipation and expectation that this movie would perform well at the box office.
Well, those fears can be put to bed with the movie, Dragon Ball Z: Kami to Kami (“Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods”), opening up on the past weekend in Japan and raking in the cash. The film opened on March 30th across 312 screens taking in ¥683,925,000 or approximately $US7.1 million. In terms of how many people saw the film in its opening weekend, that translates to 561,098 eager DBZ fans who flocked to the cinemas. The movie also marks the first film to be shown in digital IMAX in Japan.
Speaking with Toei, the compadbz charactersny behind the movie, they’re expecting to movie to go on and make ¥3 billion, that’s a lot of DBZ fans however it’s entirely possible this will happen with this opening weekend completely eclipsing the figure the last two One Piece movies took in.
Word on the street is that the movie itself is actually quite good although some viewers have been heard reporting that there’s quite a lot of comedy and not so many of the over the top fight sequences that the series is revered for. But one thing that everyone agreed on was that the movie looked gorgeous with both artwork and colour, this is being helped along by the advancements in animation over the past 17 years.
School kids in Japan are so lucky, apart from having a healthy nutritious lunch, they get to have it presented in a way that only a few of us will see.
One lucky child in Japan whose mother also happens to be a doctor, takes the time out to make her son a different One Piece bento box. Every day. She also takes time out to run a blog in which provided instructions on how she puts it all together so readers can also take part in the fun.
Just feast your eyes on the images below, the bento boxes look amazing and they’re all edible, truly fantastic. She also dabbles in some other franchises such as Nintendo’s Mario, Dragon Ball Z and a couple more. What a cool mum! If you want to check out her Japanese blog, you can click here.