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Dragon Ball Z: Season 7 (Great Saiyaman & World Tournament Sagas)


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  • Actors: Kyle Hebert, Christopher Sabat, Sean Schemmel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Widescreen, Original recording remastered, NTSC
  • 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: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: November 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 685 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DRF842
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,274 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball Z: Season 7 (Great Saiyaman & World Tournament Sagas)" on IMDb

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Seven years of peace have passed since the defeat of the monstrous Cell, and the Z-Fighters have enjoyed a return to normal life. Goku has eagerly continued his training in Other World, Krillin has gotten married, and Gohan has renewed his scholarly pursuits while attempting to navigate the pitfalls of high school. Two fresh new Saiyan faces have also appeared on the scene—Goku’s son Goten, and Vegeta’s son Trunks!

Now, the time has come for the Z-Fighters to reunite, as the new World Martial Arts Tournament is set to begin. The greatest warriors on Earth have come together for their chance to capture the title of the reigning champion, Mr. Satan—but behind the scenes, sinister forces are at work. An evil eye watches the competitors’ every move, waiting for the opportune moment to strike. The action grows fierce on the tournament floor, but for the Z-Fighters, the real fight is only just beginning!



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Seven years have passed since the tournament in which Gohan defeated Cell. Goku remains in the Next World, rather than risk attracting more evil beings to Earth, but he cheerfully trains under the watchful eye of King Kai (and the other Kais). After years of studying under his mother's tutelage, Gohan enters high school. Although he's awkward around his fellow students, he uses his incredible powers to fight crime in the nearby city as "Great Saiyaman." His feats of daring-do bring him into conflict with martial arts champion, crime fighter, and classmate Videl, the daughter of the obnoxious Mr. Satan. Their rivalry quickly turns into a maladroit mutual attraction. When a new tournament is announced, Gohan begins training himself and his seven-year-old brother Goten. Most of the season is devoted to the preparations for the tournament and its first rounds: Goku returns to Earth for one day to participate; Vegeta, Piccolo, Krillin, Android 18, Gohan, Videl, Goten, and Trunks all enter, with Mr. Satan ranked as the defending champion. Most of the story is silly, even by the undemanding standards of Dragon Ball Z, and fans generally regard this season as an interlude between the "Cell" and "Majin Buu" sagas. The latter begins in the final episodes, as two over-muscled thugs in the service of the evil wizard Babidi steal energy from Gohan's Super-Saiyan form. They hope to release the horrible monster Buu, the creation of Babidi's father Bibidi. Ranked against them are the Z Fighters, the Supreme Kai and his attendant Kibit. (Rated TV PG. suitable for ages 8 and older: violence, violence against women, tobacco and alcohol use, ethnic stereotypes) --Charles Solomon

(180. Warriors of the Dead, 181. Tournament Begins, 182. Water Fight, 183. Final Round, 184 Goku vs. Pikkon, 185. Gohan Goes to High School, 186. I Am Saiyaman, 187. Gohan's First Date, 188 Rescue Videl, 189. Blackmail, 190. I'll Fight Too! 191. The Newest Super Saiyan, 192. Take Flight, Videl, 193. Gather for the Tournament, 194. Camera Shy, 195. The World Tournament, 196. Trunks .vs. Goten, 197. Best of the Boys, 198. Big Trouble, Little Trunks, 199. Who Will Fight Who? 200. Forfeit of Piccolo, 201. A Dark and Secret Power, 202. Videl is Crushed, 203. Identities Revealed, 204. Energy Drain)

Customer Reviews

I have all 9 seasons!
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I bought these for my son who really loves the dragonball series.
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The video and audio quality is also very good in this collection.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Gamer Guy on September 14, 2008
Format: DVD
Season 7 takes place after the drool-worthy ending to the Cell games in which Gohan obliterates Cell with his one-handed Kamehameha wave.

Now a few years later Gohan is ready to start High School which means no more home school from Chi Chi.

However, directly before this Goku takes part in a filler martial arts tournament from beyond the grave and we get to see Frieza, King Cold, The Ginyu Force and even Cell again one more time. The final battle of the tournament is Goku (duh) vs. Pikkon under supervision of the Grand Kai. This part honestly has nothing to do with the overall plot of the series and was just a filler section before the next arc starts.

Back to Gohan (and the actual story). Gohan is on his way to school, sees a robbery, and transforms to a SSJ to beat his enemies in a flash.

Now the whole town is going on about the "Gold Fighter". So, in order to draw attention from his new superhero Gohan creates another superhero with a disguise so people won't know its him. He creates probably the most godawful yet super hilarious costume and character. He calls himself the "Great Saiyaman" and does little dances to intimidate the enemy.

If somebody who has never watched DBZ sees these episodes as their introduction into the series they probably would turn away immediately, but believe me this part is not THAT bad. I would honestly rather watch this part of the series 5 times in a row than sit through GT again.

Gohan goes to meet Videl, daughter of Hercule, at school and befriends her. She eventually discovers his true identity and in order to prevent blackmail Gohan teaches her how to fly. Goten and Trunks also achieve SSJ while training.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on November 4, 2008
Format: DVD
This isn't supposed to be released until next week as of my writing this but i stumbled across a copy that must have shipped early and made it to the shelves at my local walmart earlier tonight. I was one of the guys who grew into their adolescence watching this show and it filled the void that pokemon left when it became considered to juvenile after sixth grade.

This season contains the following 25 episodes:

195 Warriors of the Dead- Goku meets Grand Kai and runs into Cell & Frieza Again
196 Tournament Begins- Goku enters another world tournament
197 Water Fight- Other World Tournament plays out, quarter finals
198 Final Round- Other world tournament heats up, final round begins
200 Goku vs. Pikkon- Other world tournament ends, will Goku or Pikkon win
201 Gohan Goes to High School- 7 years after cell, Teen Gohan goes to high school
202 I Am Saiyaman- Gohan becomes a super hero
203 Gohan's First Date- Gohan is blackmailed into a date
204 Rescue Videl- Gohan must...rescue videl
205 Blackmail- Gohan is blackmailed into world tournament by Videl
206 I'll Fight Too!- Other Z fighters want in on world tournament
207 The Newest Super Saiyan- Trunks and Goten have secrets, Videl meets Chi-Chi
208 Take Flight, Videl- Gohan teaches Videl and Goten to fly
209 Gather for the Tournament- Everyone meets at the tournament, some old friends finally reunite
210 Camera Shy- Everyone is at tournament, prelims begin
211 The World Tournament- The world tournament junior division begins
212 Trunks .vs. Goten- World tournament juniors continue
213 Best of the Boys- Who will win Goten or Trunks?
214 Big Trouble, Little Trunks- Trunks fights Mr.
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I have to admit that I'm a bit biased towards the "Dragon Ball Z" anime series. I loved the series when it was first release in Japan and still passionate about it today.

The fact that FUNimation Entertainment releases these season box sets with plenty of episodes (25 in this box set) for under $30 is just awesome! Could you imagine that just several years ago, the series was released with only a few episodes per disc (and there are literally a few hundred episodes of DBZ) and were sold for under $20 at one time. So, the fact that you can watch all these episodes with digitally remastered video and revised audio is just great!

As for this box set, personally I enjoyed the Great Saiyaman arc. We watched little Gohan grow up and now he is a teenager and although he doesn't know it yet, he has met someone he cares about and willing to help her no matter what. The chemistry between Gohan and Bedil is just awesome and episodes just focusing on these two were just great.

Also, episodes featuring Goten and Trunks and seeing these two go against each other in the Junior Division of the World Tournament was fun to watch.

And of course, to see how everyone has changed. Especially Krillin who is now married to Android 18 and both have a daughter. Heck, Krillin now has hair!

But once you get to the third arc, you know that we are now heading towards the explosive final "Dragon Ball Z" villain arc of the coming of Majin Buu and with that being said, similar to the fifth season box set, season seven may leave people feeling cheated because there are only 25 episodes instead of the 30+ episodes.

In fact, discs 4-6 only contain three episodes each.
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you mean wait 3weeks when amazon flip-flops the price down to 29.99. I'd like to save 10$ (but its the economy we're talkin about)
Sep 25, 2008 by J. Thurman |  See all 10 posts
Piccolo?!
I agree that the timing of putting piccolo on the cover seems odd. But im happy to see it. I think he should have been on a much earlier cover. We have to admit that he has been extremely significant during the series, even at some points being the most powerful Z warrior (Raditz battle, Fusing... Read More
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dragonball season set
Let's just hope Funi is able to get the rights for Season 1... jeez...
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Is the ARTWORK getting SLOPPY?
All of these remastered DVD sets look considerably better than the old individual ones, cropping issues aside.

I popped my old DVDs in the player, and the more recent season sets, and the improvement is very much noticeable. The DNR has eradicated most of the grain from the older releases.... Read More
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