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Dragon Ball Z: Season Five (Perfect and Imperfect Cell Sagas)

2 Ratings: 3.0
Anime & Manga movie directed by Chris Cason

The artificial humans 17 and 18 who terrorized Earth in Season #4 ofDragon Ball Zwere only a preliminary threat: Dr. Gero's ultimate creation, Cell, strikes in Season #5. A bio-entity created from genetic material taken from Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, and … see full wiki

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Director: Chris Cason
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The Imperfect Cell and Perfect Cell Sagas

  • May 11, 2010
The Dragon Ball Z Season Five DVD box set includes six DVDs that contain twenty-six episodes. The first two discs contain six episodes, the third disc contains five episodes, the fourth and fifth discs contain three episodes, and the sixth disc contains three episodes and the DVD extras.

The special features really aren't all that special. All you get are the textless versions of the opening and ending credits (which is a feature that was already included on the previous four DVD box sets), and trailers. The trailers included on this set are for xxxHolic, Glass Fleet, Black Cat, Fullmetal Alchemist, Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Baki the Grappler, and Samurai 7.

Another issue I have with this set is with the audio mastering levels. FUNimation's opening splash screen, the trailers at the beginning of the DVDs, and the menu were mastered at a high audio level. However, the actual episodes on the discs were mastered with a very soft audio level. It's rather frustrating to have to sharply turn the volume down when you put the DVD into the player, and then having to sharply turn the audio back up in order to hear the audio for the episodes.

While I was disappointed with the audio levels and the lack of special features, this set is still a "must get" for any Dragon Ball Z fan that wants all the episodes on DVD. This 26-episode set sells for anywhere between $30 and $50. The price is a little disappointing for this set, since you paid the same price for the previous four sets but you get more episodes on the previous volumes.

In order to write this review, I checked out a copy of this DVD box set through the King County Library System.

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