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Dragon Ball Z Kai - Season Two

4.6 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

The nonstop action continues with a furious flurry of flying fists that will leave heads spinning! Krillin and Gohan test out their new and improved powers in a throw down with Vegeta, Frieza struggles to unlock the magic of the Dragon Balls, and Goku races through space on a collision course with the Ginyu Force! This installment of Kai has it all: 7 Dragon Balls, 4 epic heroes, and 3 horrifying villains bent on world domination!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Terri Doty, Sean Schemmel, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Cynthia Cranz, Doc Morgan
  • Directors: Yasuhiro Nowatari
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: May 22, 2012
  • Run Time: 625 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007BMIG7Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,512 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Dragon Ball Z Kai Season 2 covers the rest of the Namek storyline, where anti-hero Vegeta must join forces with the protagonists to face Frieza's henchman the Ginyu Force (a parody of the Power Rangers) and prevent them of obtaining the Dragon Ball's. The story gets more intense as while Son Goku (the main protagonist) is arriving on Planet Namek, the evil tyrant Frieza (most powerful being in the entire universe) starts to close in on our heroes.

While Kai is known as a remake of the series, it's mostly just cropped "filler" of the original series to cater more towards the original comic book's pacing. However, the Frieza battle in the original series is known for one of the most notoriously dragged out moments in the series, and Kai's cropping of it is highly appreciated.

The climax on Namek is certainly full of exciting battles, and it does contain some of the series most iconic moments (hint: it has something to do with why Goku is suddenly blonde in the cover art).

Without a doubt, Kai contains a story that is easy to follow, wonderful artwork, and intense battles. If one is looking for a great action cartoon, this will not disappoint.
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I gave DBZ Kai Season One a glowing review. My only "complaint" was that the original Kikuchi music did not align with the scenes as it did in the original series (plus, some of his tracks are not even used). The same holds true for Season Two. However, it is (for me) a minor issue, plus I actually like a lot of the music choices when not comparing the placement to how it was in the original series.

Season Two contains the bulk of my favorite DBZ saga, the Frieza Saga. Even with the original Funimation dubs, I considered the Frieza Saga to be my favorite. Let me say that, of course, most of the filler is cut, allowing the series to move much faster. However, it never feels too fast, and though I am nostalgic for the filler, I did not miss any of it while watching this. Also, I can honestly say that I will never look at the older English dubs the same way again because they cannot hold a candle to Kai's dub. The English dub of DBZ Kai is once again spectacular. Firstly, the script is much more manga accurate once again. Thankfully, there are no more cheesy one-liners from Goku or Frieza. Then, there is the actual acting itself. It is simply SUPERB. Chris Ayres is Frieza this time around, and his voice is exactly how I've always pictured Frieza sounding in my head, ever since I first saw him as a kid. He captures every aspect of the character perfectly, making him out to be an evil, powerful dictator as opposed to simply an upper-class school bully. This is the first time I have been genuinely terrified of Frieza. I mean, I grew up with Linda Young's Frieza, but it simply cannot compare to this one. Not only did her voice not match the character, but the script Funimation gave her was awful.
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Love the Kai episodes but the number and layout of the episodes for the Season 2 Blu Ray is poor. The season 2 blu ray ends with (spoilers) Freeza being cut in half. The final two episodes of the Freeza saga (Goku escaping, and the aftermath episode of them wishing the nameks to another planet and discovery Goku alive) are apart of the Season 3 Android Saga. It just seems like a cheap ploy to get you to buy season 3. While I plan to buy it because I love the series. I know a lot of people that would just want the Sayain/Freeza Saga complete without buying a 3rd season for 2 episodes.
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This is definitely the best way to watch Dragonball Z not only does it cut the filler down to nothing everything it keeps in is what is simular to the manga which we all know is action packed without any padding. Also the english voice actors do a great job reprising their roles it isnt exactly the same performances but its for the better. No longer is there any cheezy dialogue here its mostly the same as the manga which yet again is the way Akira wanted it.

However there are 2 glaring problems I cant overlook and its completely unacceptable for dvds I bought. The commericals at the beginning when I boot the disk is unskippable and unfastfowardable meaning every time I want to watch this I have to walk away for 5 minutes so that I can finally get the the main menu to watch. 2nd every single disk has its own unskippable commercials why? WHY? each commercial is 5 minutes long and with four disk if you want to watch a marathon of dbz kai you have to endure unskipable 20 minutes of comercials its so annoying. Thus I cant give it the perfect score 4/5 once the commericals are over the fun begins and yes after those aggravating comericals DBZ Kai is amazing
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Love this!!!!! First of all ive always loved the Namek and Freeza sagas because it was the most epic adventure in all Db/DBZ history. plus the new voice actor for Freeza is amazing, truly making Freeza seem likesuch an ultimate villain. Plus Gohans voice is starting to grow on me.
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If you bought dbz kai, it's probably for the best rendition of the dub yet, or lack of filler. The issue with this particular season is the amount of redrawn scenes; Out of the entire series, this boxset has the most. The redrawn scenes for the most part are painfully obvious. I sat there and could easily tell when the scene switched from normal to redrawn. The color and art style is vastly different and not as good. It just doesn't work.. The show looks pretty great when presenting original clips, but when the redrawn scenes come on, they are eyesores.

Censorship for this season is so-so; some scenes are heavily censored, while other scenes of the same caliber remain unchanged. Its a kind of inconsistent level of violence/blood. It seems all the alien blood is shown, but the scenes with human blood are cut out. Freeza is cut in half with blood pouring out, zarbon is punched through the stomach and bleeds, ginyu stabs himself and bleeds and coughs up blood, Nail has his arm ripped off and pours out blood. However, Vegeta no longer pukes up blood and doesn't have blood when he is blown through by krillin. These are just examples from the blu ray.

The overall quality of this season is still pretty high. The voice acting and cut out filler are worth the price, even though censorship and redrawn scenes get rid of some of the overall quality.
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