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Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - A New Beginning

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Includes episodes 273 - 276 Chi Chi, Gohan, and Goten prepare to go to Bulma’s house for a barbeque, but Goku is nowhere to be found. As Chi Chi’s anger rises, Goku is having troubles of his own. While waiting to witness the hatching of four dragon eggs, troubles arise casting him into the role of the egg protector. Goku must do his best to guard the fragile eggs not knowing that he will soon face another danger—an angry Chi Chi! Ten years have passed since the evil Majin Buu was destroyed, and the Earth is enjoying a time of peace! . . Gohan has become a scholar and is happily married to Videl. Trunks and Goten have become strong, young teenagers! Vegeta and Bulma have a new daughter named Bulla! And, oh yes! Goku's a Grandfather! . .With a little help from Majin Buu, Goku rigs the drawing so that he is matched up with the mystery fighter in the first round of the finals! But is this timid, little village boy named Uub really as strong as Goku thinks? Or has the Saiyan made a big mistake? Uub, growing stronger as the battle rages, is able to learn to fight during his match with Goku, soon becoming the Saiyan’s equal! Neither warrior gives an inch in this fast paced, destructive battle. But before the match is decided, Goku makes a startling offer to Uub. With his plan revealed, Goku and Uub depart the arena leaving a stunned crowd in their wake.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Christopher Sabat, Doc Harris, Sean Schemmel, Terry Klassen, Brian Drummond
  • Writers: Andrew Rye, Eric Vale, Jack Phelan
  • Producers: Terry Klassen, Ian James Corlett
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2003
  • Run Time: 24 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008976N
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,584 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball Z - Kid Buu - A New Beginning" on IMDb

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By dan on February 21, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I am glad to see that the 4:3 or original version of DBZ is still sold.
Here the english voices are not re-dubbed ( they re-dubbed the voices of majin buu in the orange brick version which is cropped, etc), and the disc offers the original japanese cast.
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It's sad but all good things have to come to and end. After over 400 episodes start from the original DB, the series manages to come to an end that leaves the audience hungry for more. This is incredible in anime, where the average series is about 30 episodes. Despite GT, which is not a bad series, DB started with Akira Toriyama and in my opinion, ended with him. GT has great animation and moments which capture the essense of DB , but it's just not the same. This is the true ending of the epic DB saga and it does not disapoint. Although, the 1st episode, where Gokou protects the dinosaur egg is boring at times (even though Chi-Chi's dancing is far from boring), the Tenchiaki tournament is exciting and the only right way to finish DBZ,which has had so many of these tournaments. The fruity guy fighter hitting on Trunks, Vegita (with his back turned) knocking some punk ... kid 10 miles away, and Pan (Gohan and Videl's daughter) are all funny. The final fight between Gokou and the reincarnation of Majin Buu, Ubuu, is the kind of fight that reminds us why we love this series so much. If there wasn't an Evangelion or Cowboy Bebop, DBZ would arguably be the greatest anime series of all time. 4 star DVD, 5 stars of sadness
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10 years have passed since Buu was defeated. Gohan and Videl have a little girl named Pan. Vegeta and Bulma have a daughter named Bulla. They are all getting ready for another friendly tournament. When they get there, they meet the reincarnation of Buu. Once Goku fights him, he decides to take the boy under his wing and leave on another long journey to train the worlds next hero.
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While dragonball gt was a completely different series that wasn't quite planned, this series ended wrong.
Instead of ending this series with a happy ending that tied things up, they decided they were going to make MORE episodes instead of just ending it. I loved dragonball z, but then they started repeating a theme.
Step 1: Find a way to beat your opponent
Step 2: Play around with your opponent for 3-5 episodes
Step 3: Decide finally kill your opponent, but learn that he has now figured out a way to beat you!
Step 4: Repeat steps over again.
Sadly, for those of you who haven't seen the majin buu series...
They could of destroyed majin buu thousands of times. Goku even says, "I could of destroyed him, but I really wanted to let the boys do it." Are you kidding me? Basically every character becomes annoying in the Majin Buu saga. When I say every character, I mean Piccolo and Krillin. Mostly because they have to say everything thats obvious like, "O MY GOD HOW CAN GOKU GIVE OFF THAT MUCH ENERGY!" or things like, "GUYS, GOKU JUST TRANSFORMED!". Honestly, the series goes downhill in the majin buu saga. This dvd has one or 2 good fights, but then they decide to make it have no ending. Seriously, the ending doesn't tell you what happens to anyone.
No, the cell saga was good but this dvd ends the great DBZ in no way what-so-ever. I would suggest you lower your standards for the so-called great ending...
So you know, I am not joking when I say that this dvd ends the series in no way at all, but it does prolong it for even longer into a series called Dragonball GT(which is really bad compared to DBZ and DB).
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A Kid's Review on April 15, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Well they finish off the Dragonball Z series pretty well with a happy ending.Majin buu comes back as a 10 year old boy and he is fighting in the world martial arts tournament.But when the fighting begins, Goku notices that the reincarnated buu is not nearly as strong as the buu he faced.So he tells his family and friends that he will be going to live with Uub(the name of new buu spelled backwards) for a while to train him.Goku doesnt even have to go super saiyan to bring down Uub and Uub also doesnt know how to fly.
Before that episode though, all the dbz friends and family get together for a party but Goku is out protecting eggs for these dinosaurs and Chi-Chi offers bulma a trade for mates(Vegeta for Goku) since Goku is never on time.
On the second episode, 10 Years have passed and Chi-Chi looks pretty old as well as Bulma.You get to see Bulma's new baby Bula and you get to see Gohan grown up as a major dork.But he and Videl have a baby named Pan that is realy realy strong.You also get to see Goten all Grown up as I teenager.
Overall this is a must-have video for DBZ collectors.It is just a lay back video, with no real seriosness too it.Awesome finish for an Awesome Anime
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A Kid's Review on September 5, 2005
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Man things are starting to become good again back on earth. Gohan married Videl and gave birth to Pan. She is entering the tournament just like the other Z warriors. She has to face and huge guy. Goku of course cheated his way to face Uub. Plus, after the battle Goku offers to teach Uub everything he knew and Uub agreed. Goku told the others and they were surprised. While they were training a small preview shows the tournament results i think. This all just about the tournament i hope they come up with more after GT about DBZ. Man i just wish Uub would be as strong as goku and learn Super Saiyan 1-4. You know that Uub is very strong after goku trains him right. I think Uub trained with Goku and Majin Buu (Fat Buu).
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