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Dragon Ball Z: Season One

3 Ratings: 2.3
Anime & Manga and Boxed Sets movie directed by Daisuke Nishio

One of the most popular franchises in anime history,Dragon Ballbegan in 1984 as a manga by Akira Toriyama inShonen Jump.Dragon Ball Z(1989), the second TV adaptation, is the most beloved: it ran for 291 episodes--more thanDragon Ball(1986) andDragon … see full wiki

Director: Daisuke Nishio
Genre: Boxed Sets, Animation
2 reviews about Dragon Ball Z: Season One
review by . May 14, 2008
posted in ASIANatomy
This set contains the 39 episodes that made up the first season, and they span six discs. The first five discs each contain seven episodes, while the last disc contains four episodes and extras.    One thing I really liked about this set was the marathon feature. This allows you to watch the episodes back-to-back, but only have to see the opening credits once (and the ending credits never show up in this feature). I wish more DVD sets would include this feature. The only drawback …
review by . February 02, 2007
posted in Movie Hype
"Dragon Ball Z" is the most controversial anime ever made. Not for reasons because of questionable content in the vein of "Evangelion," "Cowboy Bebop," and "Koi Kaze" (though the show is very violent), but just in various different arguments. Some people feel that "Dragon Ball Z" represents the best anime has to offer, while other people believe that "Dragon Ball Z" represents the worst anime has to offer. Add into the fact that "Dragon Ball Z" has had one of the most questionable dubs of all time, …
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