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Dragon Ball: Season 5

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Witness the thrilling conclusion to the adventure of a lifetime!

In the aftermath of his epic battle with Piccolo, Goku embarks on an electrifying quest to rescue his fallen friends from the realm of the dead. His perilous journey will take him to the heights of Korin Tower – and beyond – as he searches for Kami, a mystical being with the power to resurrect Shenron and restore the magic of the seven Dragon Balls!

But even if Goku succeeds in raising the dead, there’s no guarantee he’ll live long enough to enjoy a reunion with his slain comrades. The World Martial Arts tournament is just around the corner, and an eerily-familiar foe known only as Junior wants to teach Goku the true meaning of pain! To survive the tournament and finally earn the title of World’s Greatest Martial Artist, Goku must train his mind as well as his body in order to complete his amazing transformation from a bushy-tailed boy into a man to be reckoned with!

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  • Actors: Stephanie Nadolny, Tiffany Volmer, Sonny Strait, Sean Schemmel
  • Directors: Justin Cook
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled
  • 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: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: July 27, 2010
  • Run Time: 775 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003H6KRKC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,714 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on April 26, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Funimation is still getting these sets out for fans who don't already own the series uncut or fans who may have purchased their old sets but don't mind double dipping for these well done sets that line up so nicely on the shelf, especially alongside the orange Dragon Ball Z season sets. This 5-disc fifth 'season' set of Dragon Ball will contain the final 31 episodes of the series:

123 Lost and Found
124 Temple Above the Clouds
125 Earth's Guardian Emerges
126 Eternal Dragon Resurrected
127 Quicker Than Lightning
128 Secret of the Woods
129 The Time Room
130 Goku's Doll?
131 Walking Their own Ways
132 Hotter Than Lava
133 Changes
134 Preliminary Peril
135 Battle of Eight
136 Tien Shinhan vs Mercenary Tao
137 Anonymous Proposal
138 The Mysterious Hero
139 Rematch
140 Goku Gains Speed
141 The Four Faces of Tien
142 Kami vs Piccolo
143 Battle for the Future
144 Super Kamehameha
145 Junior no More
146 Goku's Trap
147 Goku Hangs On
148 The Victor
149 Dress in Flames
150 The Fire-Eater
151 Outrageous Octagon
152 Mystery Of The Dark World
153 The End, The Beginning

All these episodes are presented in remastered editions of their original full frame (4:3 Aspect Ratio) format. Audio has English or Japanese voice track options and the original Japanese musical score in 5.1 Surround. As is standard with these sets there will be no special features other than previews for other Funimation products and textless songs, so don't expect to find any here.

These episodes contain many classic Dragon Ball moments.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Underground Reborn on December 16, 2010
Format: DVD
After the defeat of King Piccolo, Goku is still determined to get stronger. Now that evil has been vanquished he has one thing on his mind...to become the World Tournament Champion. After finding the most intense training possible he reunites with his friends...as a fully grown man. The tournament is going to be a challenge unlike any other because there is a mysterious yet familiar face signed up to fight and a strange girl that is furious because he never kept a promise he made long ago. It really does take a lot to be the best.

Now my journey is complete and I am so happy that I have now seen the whole phenomenal story of Dragon Ball. This season is a lot less intense, yet with some very tense moments. It was so great to finally see these characters become young men and women, even though I am so use to them being older it was nice to finally see them grow up and make important choices in their lives. The tournament was probably some of the most intense action I have seen since the Kid Buu saga, and the final showdown between Goku and Piccolo is incredible. The only thing that doesn't make sense to me is now seeing Piccolo in the series entirety, it is crazy that in the end he was not as strong as he was in Dragon Ball. The again looking at the Z and GT adversaries, it does make sense. I intend to spend many hours of many days watching the whole story strait through as soon as I get all 4 of the Dragon Ball movies. I really liked how the last few episodes really took Goku to the next step in his life, by giving him an adventure with Chi Chi.

I have to say that as action packed as Dragon Ball Z is, Dragon Ball is now my favorite, just because the premise is so much more down to earth and light hearted. Besides, who doesn't love a great origin story?

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Laurence A. Mockler on October 2, 2010
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This season represents the last saga from Dragonball. The Piccolo Junior saga takes place right after the King Piccolo saga in the previous season. Here we see Piccolo's egg hatch and we see a little green Namek (although Piccolo's race isn't properly explained until the Sayian saga in DBZ) inside and we see for the first time why Piccolo is the enemy.

We also learn about the origins of Goku's Power Pole and that it's soul purpose is to go from the roof of Korin Tower and extend up to the bottom of the Lookout, so the person can meet with Kami and Mr Popo.
Also, this is where the Lookout is first shown and we find out how hard it is to go up there and be granted an audience with the Guardian of Earth. Whereas in DBZ, the rule is very relaxed and any Z Fighter can fly up to the Lookout without needing to get permission from Korin.

Seeing Mr Popo for the first time and not including the times during DBZ and GT, he has a very calm and somewhat strict personality, if he thinks you're wasting his or Kami's time he will send you home at the drop of a hat. What most people don't see in the entire series is that Mr Popo can fight. When Kami finally appears, Goku naturally reacts after seeing Kami's face. As it reminds him of King Piccolo before he got eternal youth. Kami and Mr Popo are very nice, polite and very patient people and ones you shouldn't take advantage of because of their friendly, easy going personality.

The training that Mr Popo gives Goku will help his fighting skills, which he will have to rely on for the rest of the series. But for a moment I didn't think Goku would make it because he relies on his eyes and not his senses. But Goku somehow learnt all of these things off screen before the tournament.
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