Jul 29

Battle of Gods Interview on “Good Morning Texas”

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods hits North American theaters in just one week! In lieu of this highly anticipated theatrical event, FUNimation put together a “Dragon Ball Z fan gathering” for the “Good Morning Texas” (GMT) segment on the television network WFFA. Check out the video below and see what Chris Sabat and Jason Douglas had to say about the film, as well as Dragon Ball Z as a whole!

We organized a huge Dragon Ball Z fan gathering for the Good Morning Texas segment on WFAA. Hosts interviewed voice actors Christopher Sabat and Jason Douglas about Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, opening in theaters on August 5th. Take a look below at the interview.

 

Battle of Gods

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is the eighteenth Dragon Ball Z production to receive a theatrical release. It was released in Japanese theaters on March 30, 2013, and was released on Japanese DVD and Blu-ray on September 13, 2013. The Battle of Gods English dub made its way to North America on July 3, 2014 as part of a special event following AnimeExpo, and branched out to theaters in the United States and Canada on August 5,6,7 and 9th.

Jul 29

“Dimensions of DRAGONBALL” Action Figure

Toei Animation has announced a new line of Dragon Ball action figures in correlation with the highly anticipated Dragon Ball Z 2015 movie. The new line of action figures are titled, “Dimensions of DRAGONBALL”. So far, both Super Saiyan Son Goku (which comes with three detachable heads, of which have different facial expressions), and Piccolo have been revealed. Unfortunately we do not have any images of the Piccolo figurines, but be sure to stay updated. We will update this post accordingly.

Dimensions of Dragonball

Pre-orders for the action figure opened yesterday July 28, 2014, and will be released sometime in December 2014. These figures stand just over 8 inches tall, and are going for ¥7,560 (Roughly $75.00 USD), and can be pre-ordered VIA Amazon Japan and CDJapan.

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Jul 29

FUNimation: Battle of Gods 101 – Vegeta and Beerus

In preparation for the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods theatrical event in North America, FUNimation is putting together a short YouTube web series titled, Battle of Gods 101. Battle of Gods 101 features some of the major characters and their corresponding voice actors, taking a closer look at just what these characters are all about. So far both Vegeta and Beerus have been showcased.

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As we get ready for the release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods in theaters, let’s take a closer look at some of the major players. First up, we hear Chris Sabat’s thoughts about playing Vegeta.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be in theaters starting August 5th! Click here to get tickets: http://funi.to/1kYBaJ2

Meet the man behind the voice of Beerus! Jason Douglas talks about what it was like to voice the Battle of Gods baddie.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be in theaters starting August 5th! Click here to get tickets: http://funi.to/1kYBaJ2

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is the eighteenth Dragon Ball Z production to receive a theatrical release. It was released in Japanese theaters on March 30, 2013, and was released on Japanese DVD and Blu-ray on September 13, 2013. The Battle of Gods English dub made its way to North America on July 3, 2014 as part of a special event following AnimeExpo, and branched out to theaters in the United States and Canada on August 5,6,7 and 9th.

Jul 24

Official Teaser for the Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie Revealed

The official teaser for the upcoming Dragon Ball Z 2015 movie has been revealed at www.dragonball2015.com. That being said, the alleged official domain of www.d2015gw.com, is now being redirected back to the originally discovered domain of www.dragonball2015.com. This is the complete teaser of the televised sneak preview that was discovered earlier in the week on Mezamashi TV in Japan.

Thanks to Kanzenshuu, we now have the complete translation of the text shown in the video. The first set of text translations to the following:

生き返らせてほしい者がいます


There’s someone I want you to revive

What could this mean?! Seeing as how the previously translated text states that this is, “The worst wish in history!”

Furthermore, the text goes on to say:

いま、絶望が始まる


Now, despair begins

Dragon Ball Z 2015 movie

As of now, the Dragon Ball Z 2015 movie is slated to open during “Golden Week” in Japan 2015. Akira Toriyama made a statement regarding the film expressing that he is heavily involved, stating that the movie will, “of course be a continuation of the previous Battle of Gods, but I’ve deliberately increased the amount of action scenes by a good deal.”

Once again, we thank the Kanzenshuu staff for being so prompt with their translations.

Jul 22

New 2015 Dragon Ball Z Movie Teased in Japanese TV Feature

Earlier today, twitter user @rebo59 posted a picture of the today’s airing of the television show Mezamashi TV, which, like two years ago for Battle of Gods, revealed a short teaser of the new 2015 Dragon Ball Z movie set to be released Golden Week 2015 in Japan.

2015 Dragon Ball Z Movie 4

A video of the teaser revelation can be seen below.

Other shots depict Super Saiyan Goku, Shen-Long, and a fiery DBZ logo. These images also include quotes by Toriyama stated in the initial revelation of the film, including that he has, “increased the action scenes a good amount”, and that “it should be super-duper interesting”.

Special thanks to Kanzenshuu for the good find.

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