Dragon Ball Kai is dubbed up to the end of the Cell arc. You can purchase the Blurays from Amazon. The Majin Buu arc is currently Airing in Japan, and will wrap up in July. There's no word of a dub yet, but we'll probably hear news of one later this year.
Lol yeah for sure, enjoy. You can find DBZ Kai online like gogoanime. Or just buy the DVDs on Amazon, your choice. Buu Saga is done and called Final Chapters now:
And a Goku commemoration video and more lol:
>But if you want the series in blu ray quality it’ll run you, on average, over $400.
I just looked on Amazon and it's about $240 total.
Season 1: $35
Season 2: $35
Season 3: $35
Season 4: $35
TFC Part 1: $27
TFC Part 2: $38
TFC Part 3: $32
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Get the steelbooks, but...
North America (Region A-1)
United Kingdom (Region B-2)
Australia/NZ (Region B-4)
Yeah Goku is ENFP and uses Ne and Si all the time, he gets mistyped ESFP sometimes because of loving to fight but he loves to fight for his Saiyan blood which has nothing to do with personality types and he uses his Ne to be curious on how far his strength goes and his idealism towards fighting and idealistic nature with everything else he does like his morality and never give up mentality when things look bad in front of a tough opponent. I wrote a in depth Goku post, that I linked above for Goku's description.
I also just finished DBZ Kai in English, check out Kai in English online or through the Blu Rays, it's an amazing series. If you do watch it, watch Japanese Dragon Ball first since the translation is more accurate than English Dragon Ball, and DBZ Kai in English is fine because the old poorly translation Funimation dub was fixed with the English voice acting in DBZ Kai.
Your probably confused but to make a long story short, Funimation and the first show they dubbed in English was DBZ and Toei didn't give them all the scripts for some reason, so they made up the lines as they went a lot and was only accurate sometimes but most of the times missed the mark and screwed up the lines from the manga and Japanese. So English original Dragon Ball Z is extremely cheesy and has inaccurate lines, and its much slower and has more filler. Dragon Ball Z Kai removes all and majority of the filler and makes the show much faster paced and for the English it allowed Funimation to get the lines right and more accurate to the manga. It's really good and very accurate, and also their voice acting talent is much better and professional. And Frieza's voice actor is also superb in Kai. So to make a long story short ignore the old DBZ english dub if you do watch it, only watch Kai in English for the more accurate and better experience. English original Dragon Ball is decent and nostalgic but its about 80% accurate to the manga's dialogue and japanese version compared to the 40% accuracy of original English DBZ. Sorry for the essay, so if you try out the series I recommend: Watch Dragon Ball in Japanese for accuracy of translation, it's in Japanese on Hulu now and available on Funimation too in both languages. And then watch Dragon Ball Z Kai in English, you can watch on anime sites like kissanime or gogoanime, if you want to support it officially then you can find Kai here on Amazon too, buy the 26 episode ones or large ep count Blu rays to save money, Kai in Japanese I heard is watchable but the Jap VAs aren't as professional with their performance I heard from the original, so watching Kai in English is the best experience generally. And the last Saga is called Final Chapters as well:
No worries, mate.
So this is how it works basically:
Funimation originally released the 8 volume set between 2010 and 2012.
However, because of a plagiarism scandal with the composer, they changed the music half way through, so the first four volumes are inconsistent with the latter four.
So in 2012, Funimation released a new set called the Season set, which is in four volumes and spans the Saiyan to the Cell arc. The music is consistent all the way through.
The reason why Buu arc was unreleased after that was because Dragon Ball Kai ended it's run after episode 98. However, in 2014, Toei started working on the Buu arc. This was only dubbed in January 2017.
The box sets for the remaining episodes should be releasing shortly. I believe the first one is actually released.
So just to sum things up, "Dragon Ball Kai" ranges 4 volumes from episode 1 to 98.
"Dragon Ball Kai: The Final Chapters" ranges the remaining episodes from 99 onward. The number of volumes is yet to be determined.
The recent Final Chapters can be watched on Adult Swim's website if you have a cable sub.
As for the rest, you need to buy the home video set to watch it.
Alright, to simplify, the Japanese Dragon Ball Z soundtrack is composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi.
The Dragon Ball Kai soundtrack is composed by Kenji Yamamoto.
Toward the end of Kai's run, Yamamoto was fired for plagiarism, and the score of Kai on home releases was replaced with Shunsuke Kikuchi's Dragon Ball Z soundtrack.
The version with the Kikuchi soundtrack can be purchased here.
The version with the Yamamoto soundtrack can be purchased here.
The Kikuchi soundtrack is referred to as the "Season" set and the Yamamoto version is called the "Part" set, and it's older and out of print.
No problem, here you go.
As somebody who's been into DBZ for damn near 2 decades, this is something I've thought about a lot. I grew up with the Ocean dub, then the Funi dub, and then after the Frieza saga I went full on into fansubs. So I've experienced a bit of everything. Here's what I recommend:
If you enjoyed DBZ/DBZ Kai then I'd recommend going and checking out the original Dragon Ball from start to finish.
Most of the DBZ movies are pretty good, too. None of them are officially canon except Battle of Gods and Revival of F (5 and 9 come closest). I personally recommend watching all of them except Lord Slug and Bio Broly. Those two suck pretty bad, Bio-Broly most of all.
And finally, if you really, REALLY want to you can watch Dragonball GT. It isn't based off of the manga and was cancelled after a year or so. There are some cool moments once it gets into it's step (Baby Saga, Android 17, evil Dragons) but most of it is forgettable and it is pretty much a non-canon "what-if" story at this point. I'd almost suggest just watching FUNimation's "recap" episode "A Grand Problem" and then proceeding to watch the rest of the show and its TV special. It skips over the boring/awkward "Black Star Dragon Ball" saga that wasn't too popular with fans.
All the "Season" sets from FUNimation.
Remember, "Season" sets. Not the "Part" sets.
Wow linking to piratebay? No shame at all?