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Dragon Ball Super: Part One [Blu-ray]
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(Jul 25, 2017)
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The long-awaited continuation of one of the world’s most beloved action anime, 18 years in the making!
With Majin Buu defeated, Goku has taken a completely new role as a…radish farmer?! With Earth at peace, our heroes have settled into normal lives. But they can’t get too comfortable. Far away, a powerful god awakens to a prophecy revealing his demise at the hands of a formidable being. When his search for the Saiyan God brings him to Earth, can Goku and his friends take on their strongest foe yet?
Catching Up on the Dragon Ball Universe: Christopher R. Sabat & Hero D. Sabat
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The animation in the show looks great. Seeing Dragon Ball in 2017 is a sight to behold with all the quality of anime improving since the end of Dragon Ball Z in 1996. It really shows with the fight scenes and Goku has never looked so good in his Bright Red Super Saiyan God form that he has for most of the season.
Another big aspect is the English Dub. It's fantastic to say the least. You can tell the voice actors had a heck of a time reprising their roles and each actor does a great job. The writing for the dub is hilarious as well, adding in references that long time fans of the franchise will understand and love.
Now comes the negative with this product itself. It's missing the season finale of the show. Needless to say that is a total bummer. You can tell it is a total business tactic to get into buying the next set to see the finale of this arc. It just feels wrong and cheap on Funimation's end. The last few episodes of this season build you up to a point where you are sitting there like, "How's this going to end?" "What's going to happen?" and you can't find out because it's missing that episode. Which leaves you saying, "Guess I'll have to buy the next set....." which is what Funimation wants you to do. I'm sure Funimation will make an excuse by stating this set is called "Part One" and not "Season One" as the main reason to why the episode is omitted. Because of this reason you may want to wait till the set after this one comes out so you can at least have a fair amount of episodes ready to watch if you haven't seen them before but even the set after this will be omitting the season finale of Season Two as well.
Dragon Ball Super's early episodes have some art issues. The blu-ray versions fix up some of the known art/animation issues from the first few episodes. It's not flawless-- the issues are still visible (yet much less noticeable). Even with these flaws, Dragon Ball Super and especially Funimation's dub of Dragon Ball Super are wonderful additions to the Dragon Ball catalog. This is a satisfying sequel to the most popular anime to hit the West. I do hope Funimation considers putting an entire saga on the next release, though.
In the revival of F arc it is about the same a just less is cut