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Dragon Ball: Season 4

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Goku's headed for a showdown with a sinister green fiend!

A new breed of evil - more powerful than anything ever experienced - is taking the world's greatest martial artists down for the count. Goku is quick to join the fight, but he's about to meet his match in the form of King Piccolo. This menacing monster has the power to pulverize the planet, and his murderous rampage will not stop until he controls the power of the seven magic Dragon Balls.

When Krillin is the first hero cut down by the monster's minion, the stage is set for a brutal grudge match between Goku and Piccolo. Earth's greatest champion vows to avenge the loss of his best friend, but first, he must journey to Korin Tower on a quest for the Ultra Divine Water: a magical elixir that could give him the strength to save humanity - or send him straight to the grave!
The books are no longer included with the DVD. You can download a copy of the booklet from the Toei website, info below:
Digital booklets are now available on each of the Toei sites. You can find the download links in the DVD/Blu-Ray section of each website near the summary information for each product.
http://dragonballz.com/dvdbluray.aspx?id=421
http://www.dragonball.com/dvd-blu-ray.aspx
http://www.dragonballgt.com/dvd-blu-ray.aspx


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Product Details

  • Actors: Tiffany Vollmer, Sonny Strait
  • Directors: Justin Cook
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, Color, Box set, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese (Mono), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
  • Run Time: 750 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038Q9Q6W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,713 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball: Season 4" on IMDb

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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 fourth 'season' set of Dragon Ball will contain the following 30 episodes from 2 sagas:

Tien Shinhan Saga

93 Tien Shinhan vs. Jacky Chun
94 Stepping Down
95 Goku vs. Krillin
96 Tail's Tale
97 Final Match: Goku vs. Tien Shinhan
98 Victory's Edge
99 Tien's Insurrection
100 The Spirit Cannon
101 The Fallen

King Piccolo Saga

102 Enter King Piccolo
103 Tambourine Attacks!
104 Mark of the Demon
105 Here comes Yajirobe
106 Terrible Tambourine
107 Tien's Atonement
108 Goku's Revenge
109 Goku vs. King Piccolo
110 Piccolo Closes In
111 Roshi's Gambit
112 King Piccolo's Wish
113 Siege on Chow Castle
114 Conquest and Power
115 Awaken Darkness
116 A Taste of Destiny
117 The Ultimate Sacrifice
118 Prelude to Vengeance
119 Battle Cry
120 Goku Strikes Back
121 The Biggest Crisis
122 Final Showdown

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 are where Dragon Ball begins to move toward a close, thus everything is ratcheted up.
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The last time I saw a cartoon series that captivated me to watch it from start to finish was around 10-15 years ago (Transformers: Beast Wars & Mobile Suit Gundam Wing). Cartoons of today don't seem to hold up very well compared to their predecessors as I continue to have a hard time finding a more "recent" cartoon show to watch. So I decided to look to the past for a great show to immerse myself in.

Now that's where Dragon Ball comes in. I remember watching DBZ on Toonami to what seems like ages ago, I remember vaguely watching Dragon Ball at a best friend's house, but I only remembered the episode "Oolong the Terrible." Without hesitation, I purchased all five box sets, and what began as simply an "impulse" buy became something much more.

Everything about Dragon Ball, every episode, character, storyline, and yes even the filler itself I enjoyed, I thought everything was great. I can't think of a show since Beast Wars, GW & Cowboy Bebop where I was excited to move onto the next story. I think this show is much better than its successors Dragon Ball Z & GT. Instead of silly power levels and over the top hubris from over the top villains from DBZ and GT, we get a sincere vision of an adventure that involves humor, love, betrayal, friendship and loyalty. It's not about power levels; it's about skill, humility and determination.

For a thirty year old show, the animation is beautiful; they did a wonderful job re-mastering the sets. My only real complaint is that they ended the show by essentially telling you to watch Dragon Ball Z. This is disappointing to me, because the difference between this show and DBZ is like night and day, why is that?
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As Goku steps into the ring at the World Martial Arts Tournament against Tien Shinhan, little does he know that his world is about to get even bigger. As he dukes it out with Tien there is a dark cloud looming over the world, darker than Goku can even begin to fathom. That dark cloud is in the form of a ruthless tyrant named King Piccolo. Piccolo is the strongest being on the planet and even with the discovery of the Dragon Balls, his goal is not world domination. Rather, his goal is to destroy every human being on the planet. Now with Tien and Chiatzou as strong allies with some new friends by his side, Goku is about to face Piccolo head on. The only thing here is Goku is not going into this fight with the mindset of saving world alone. This time it is something much, much more.

While I was enjoying watching Dragon Ball, this is the point of the Dragon Ball story line that was truly looking forward to the most. The show has so many positives when it reaches this point. One of the big positives is the mood of the show and how quickly it shifts from light hearted and funny, to dramatic and dark. Granted, there are still funny moments especially seen through the pudgy mountain man Yajerobe, but still when Piccolo makes his appearance even Master Roshi, gets serious. The dramatic elements are used so well and I had not seen so much emotion in the characters since season eight of Dragon Ball Z. It all stems from that one moment at the end of the Tien Shinhan saga that sets the pace for the rest of the 4th season. I don't want to give it away, but if you are a DBZ fan this point in time is actually mentioned in the Vegeta saga by Goku and it was a moment that I was really looking forward to seeing.

Now there is one more season of Dragon Ball to explore, and I am looking forward to seeing Goku finally making the change from Boy to Man and paving the way for the adventures that will follow in Dragon Ball Z.
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