The last descendants of an evil race of warriors known as the Saiyans are on a collision course with Earth, and Goku – the strongest fighter on the planet – is all that stands between humanity and extinction. To save his friends and the world he loves, Goku must travel to a realm from which few return, but should he survive, he’ll discover the power to face the villainous Saiyan warlord – Prince Vegeta.
Dragon Ball Z Kai: Part Seven [Blu-ray]
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* Disc Format: Blu-ray
* Num of Discs: 2
* Episodes: 78 to 88 (11 episodes)
* Audio: Japanese (TrueHD 2.0) / English (TrueHD 5.1)
* Subtitles: English
* Regions: A & B
* Clean Opening and Ending
* Dragon Ball Z Kai: Part Eight Trailer
This part goes from Imperfect Cell's arc to Perfect Cell's arc, the uncut dub (English dub) is as always magnificent and also comes with the original Japanese audio (English subtitles included).
There is no use of the h-word name in the uncut dub, it is the one and only, Mr. Satan!
The last episode on this part is the decisive battle between Cell and Son Goku, the rest follows on the final set (Part Eight - Episodes 89 to 98).
Other interesting content is, the inside cover that features Goku Super Saiyan (seems like Goku Vs. Freeza final moments away from the Freeza arc to me), it would look fantastic as a poster. Dragon Ball Z Kai Part Eight will be released on the 05th June 2012.
Some of you might wonder what Cell said when he got hit by Vegeta's Final Flash, well, it was "Oh, no!".
Enjoy your Kai Blu-ray too!
I actually noticed less material cut or rearranged from the actual action oriented episodes. There is a bit of material cut from the down time between the end of Cell and Trunk's fight and the start of the Cell games. Some of the material was moved around, so the timing seems a little off as far as when people are entering or leaving the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. But any changes are minor, the heart of the story is still intact and the action is included in it's entirety.
If you are familiar with DBZ Kai, you kind of know what to expect:
Original 4:3 presentation the way it was originally drawn to appear (no cropping or stretching)
Some enhancing of lighting effects (mostly on character special moves)
Re-recorded Japanese and English voice work
Original Japanese score
Terrible English dubbed intro and closing songs or slightly less awful Japanese versions
Also note that these later versions needed less 'enhancing' than the episodes of the previous seasons. The original animation quality was pretty clean (compared to the original US DVD releases from the late 90s/early 2000s which I own). My only beef is that I wish they would have included the American music track as an option. I understand that with all of the edits, Funimation would have had their hands full, but six months was plenty of time to work on that!Read more ›
My two year old daughter loves Dragon Ball Z Kai. I started watching it with her and it has really bought us closer together. Before DBZ Kai, it was like mommy mommy mommy. Now it's like, where's daddy, I want to watch Dragon Ball Z? She knows all the characters ... there's Goku, and the kid (Gohan), and the mommy, and Krelin, and Picolo, and Vegeta, and the purple haired guy (trunks). Thanks funimation ... another great release.
their is only 11 episodes on this set,still worth every penny....
these are some good episodes,i would highly recommend this set you wont be disappointed...yea buddy... dragonball z kai is just awesome
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I love it!!!
I recommend you to buy this and the rest of the series of course.
Great Value! No problem with discs or packaging. This is a great series to have! My whole family enjoys watching these. :))Published on November 13, 2013 by Ever
I love this show. It is still long winded like Dragon Ball Z but it has more action than its predecessor.Published on June 5, 2013 by TechGeek
This is my favorite Anime of all time
I loved it as a kid and still love it as an adult.
this is the way i wanted to watch dbz high quality and all action , of ourse i wish it would have been dubbed on other lenguagesPublished on February 16, 2013 by Odra