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  • Actors: Christopher R. Sabat, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Sonny Strait, Sean Schemmel, Monica Rial
  • Directors: Christopher R. Sabat
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: September 14, 2010
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003R0LVDK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,438 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Dragon Ball Z Kai is the only fully uncut version of DBZ made BY FANS, FOR FANS!

  • True to the Manga, Action-packed, Accelerated Story Arcs
  • The Most Accurate Translation and Subtitle Track Ever
  • Completely Re-written Scripts
  • The Original Japanese Score
  • Streamlined Animation in Full 4:3 Format
  • A New Uncut Dub Recorded by the Majority of the Original English Cast

    Goku’s lies battered and nearly beaten, the Dragon Balls have been destroyed, and a new breed of evil looms on the horizon! Frieza, a violent galactic overlord, has discovered the source of the original Dragon Balls, and he’ll eagerly destroy anything to harness their wish-granting power. Meanwhile, Vegeta – fully recovered from his humiliating defeat – travels to planet Namek on a mission to intercept Frieza and seize the Dragon Balls for own devious desires. With Goku out of commission, courageous young Gohan must journey to the far reaches of space to defeat a foe far more fearsome than anything his father ever encountered. The future depends on it

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    That, my friends, is a lot of filler.
    Zack Davisson
    There is a noticeable difference between the DVD and Blu-Ray version in animation clarity and quality.
    Christopher Barrett
    In my opinion, this is the definitive version of Dragon Ball Z!
    Rachael

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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Zack Davisson HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 8, 2010
    Format: DVD
    The original "Dragon Ball Z" packed a lot of unnecessary fat onto the meat of Toriyama Akira's manga. Adapted from the final twenty-six volumes of the manga series, the producers wanted to stretch out the story into as many episodes as possible to stuffed in a bunch of filler and random content onto the main story.

    "Dragon Ball Z Kai" takes a carving knife to the series and slices away all that extra, leaving only the pure Toriyama-elements. Reducing the series by more than half, "Dragon Ball Z Kai" has a hundred episodes compared to "Dragon Ball Z"'s two hundred and ninety-one. That, my friends, is a lot of filler. A hundred and ninety-one episodes of filler.

    Along with the episode reduction, "Dragon Ball Z Kai" has digitally restored the faded cels, replaced missing cels, and recorded both a new English dub and a new Japanese voice track using a mix of new and original voice actors to match up with the re-tooled version. In short, "Dragon Ball Z Kai" is like a straight shot of tequila compared to the original "Dragon Ball Z"'s froofy, over-decorated blender marguerite..

    Boxset Two of "Dragon Ball Z Kai" has episodes 14-26 on two DVDs. The episodes start with Goku powering up with the 3x Kaio-ken to duke it out with Vegeta, and ends with a final throw-down between Vegeta and Zarbon. And in-between is action, action, action.

    If you have never gotten into "Dragon Ball" and always been curious about it, then these Kai releases are the way to go.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Wasiuk on September 15, 2010
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    As I said in my review about part 1: I have been watching DBZ for about 10 years now, and I am happy that I can finally watch every episode and not get bored from all the fillers and stand-offs from the original.

    Likes-
    New intro
    Fixing of the scenes that were damaged over the years
    Taking out the fillers
    Better English dialogue
    Excellent sound quality
    Pretty much exactly like the manga
    New animated breaks in between parts of an episode that actually change as the episodes progress.

    Dislikes-
    No marathon mode

    I think Dragon Ball Z Kai is awesome, it gets me excited to watch the whole series again. My guess is there will be 7 parts to the whole Dragon Ball Z Kai series. Reason why I say this is because, on the right side of the case, in the middle of the corresponding stars where it says what part it is. There are 7 stars lined up in a row.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Barrett TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 6, 2011
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    I have been a loyal fan of Dragon Ball Z since I was younger and watching the original run on Toonami and on VHS. I drifted away from DBZ for many years but have been an anime enthusiast ever since DBZ got me hooked.

    Dragon Ball Z Kai caught my eye for several reasons: mainly being remastered yet retaining the original 4:3 aspect ratio (unlike the previous two versions that chopped part of the format to be presented in pseudo widescreen). I have faithfully purchased the Kai series (the titles released so far) on Blu-Ray. Here are my thoughts:

    Part two takes us through the the episodes leading up to the major battles on Namek. These episodes begin after Vegeta's battle on earth and lead up to his final battle with Zarbon on Namek. For those familiar with the series, these episodes contain less action but a lot more important story than others. There is also the sense of urgency of finding and protecting the Namek dragon balls from both Vegeta and Freiza. Good stuff, though not as action packed as part three.

    Technical stuff:
    The ratio is kept to the original 4:3 aspect. Some animations have been cleaned and even re-animated (in the case of some of the lighting effects from ki attacks and power-ups). Some of the re-animated shots look like something from American Saturday morning cartoons rather than anime, but these instances were very rare. The two that stood out were in this volume actually (a couple of Vegeta's moves).

    The sound is vastly superior to the previous versions. The English dub is improved and they aren't afraid to get a little dirty (they swear often, but not in an offensive way. They just yell 'you bastard' a lot). Though the few uses of swearing is in line with the more literal translation.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Enigmatic Wonder on February 9, 2011
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    The battle between Vegeta and Goku comes to it's end and we reach the start of what many consider to be the original DBZ's greatest saga: Namek!

    Quick recap for those who don't know about Kai: DBK is the 20th aniversary version of DBZ. That annoying filler that would make entire story arcs last forever and lead to the nickname Drag-on Ball Z? Totally gone and replaced with a remastered version that has a much quicker pace. How much quicker are we talking? Well as of this writing episode 92 just aired in Japan and saw Cell destroying Android 16 and Gohan's transformation to Super Saiyan 2. In the original DBZ this was the 184th episode! So what was the 92nd episode of Z you ask? That was the episode where Goku began powering up for the Spirit Bomb on Namek. Note that I said BEGAN not USED. The attack was charged over the course of three episodes before it was even used.

    Needless to say this quick pace favors those that could never get into the original DBZ anime due to it's length as well as manga purists that don't care for anything filler. Animation is improved and cleaned up all around with the occasional new clip to help make up for damaged film. Script wise the Japanese version is about the same despite everything being rerecorded for 2009-2011. Meanwhile the English version sees it's best and most accurate translation ever with a good portion of the Funimation voice cast returning. Even if you are a purist that didn't really care for the English voices in any form at least try to watch it in English at least once. The English dub of DBK Part One has taught us that Goku does indeed curse at times, his power level is over 8000 and that Piccolo's attack is the Makankosappo.
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    frieza's new voice
    For the old dub, it is Linda Young. For the newer Kai dub, it is Chris Aryes.
    Jul 6, 2010 by The Dark Uniter |  See all 3 posts
    Price difference?
    Just got a price drop! $20 at the moment, same I bought part 1 for. Now if part 3 drops...
    I think they were all released with prices a little too high, but $20, yeah I'll bite at that price.
    Dec 13, 2010 by Kami Amaya |  See all 4 posts
    regional code!!!!!!!!
    you mean what region code? The blu ray is region A and B, The standard DVD version will be region 1 NTSC.
    Aug 19, 2010 by N.TrueLove |  See all 3 posts
    sorry for whoever likes kai
    English Please.
    Jul 4, 2010 by Vecha Keason |  See all 7 posts
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