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The adventures of Earth's martial arts defender Son Goku continue with a new family and the revelation of his alien origin. Now Goku and his allies must defend the planet from an onslaught of new extraterrestrial enemies.
Five years after the end of "Dragon Ball", Son Gokû reunites with his friends, bringing along his four-year old son, Gohan. Son Gohan is not like his father; he'd rather study than fight. Raditz, a warrior from space lands on earth searching for someone named "Kakarotto". He reveals himself as Raditz of the Saiyajin, the older brother of Kakarotto! And Kakarotto turns out to be Son Gokû! With two other Saiyajin coming to earth, can Gokû and the Z Warriors withstand the onslaught!?
The best anime you'll ever see. I'm a dragon ball z fan for 15 years and I'm still watching it to this day. The plot is genius 10/10 for sure. If you hesitate and can't decide if you should start watching it or not, trust me, you should you won't regret it! Dragon ball and dragon ball gt is weaker a little bit, but Z is immortal, i'll be the fan of this anime forever.
Likewise Dragonball I haven't seen the original Japanese version but the censored American version is still entertaining. I haven't seen all the Saga's yet but the ones I've seen so far have been pretty good. The show itself is pretty good but it contain one MAJOR flaw which is that it's too long. I know Saga's are supposed to be long but this is more like a soap opera then a saga. Sometimes they spend ten episodes on the same scene. It's just a little frustrating and irritating and that's perhaps why I think Dragonball is much more superior. But aside from all that DBZ is still quite entertaining sometimes and it has great storylines. Plus the fight scenes are amazing!
The two TV-Specials are NOT episodes of Dragon Ball Z, so they has their own title pages on IMDb as TV Movies. By far the most frequently-asked question on the message boards about the show.
At this point, Gohan has received his Mystic powerup from Rô Kaiô Shin. While it doesn't look like he is in an advanced state, after receiving his Mystic powerup he is just as strong, if not stronger, than a Super Saiya-jin 3.
Transforming into a Super Saiya-jin (considering it is even possible in this state) would most likely only waste energy. It might even be a downgrade (some of the Budokai video games treat "Mystic" as a transformation on its own, above Super Saiya-jin 2 for instance.)
So long story short, he doesn't transform because his abilities have been unlocked by Rô Kaiô Shini, and he's as strong (if not stronger) than a Super Saiya-jin 3. Transforming, if possible, would only waste energy or even be a downgrade in strength. Gohan's downfall and subsequent absorption by Super Buu could be attributed to his increased cockiness when fighting in Mystic state. Numerous Dragon Ball/Z/GT movies/specials/etc. have been released over the years. Here is a brief overview of each, USA/English versions:
-Curse of the Blood Rubies: Retelling of how Goku met Bulma and several of his other friends. A little girl enlists their help to rid their land of a gluttonous king.
-Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle: Retelling of how Goku first met Krillin and how they came to be Roshi's students. The gang journeys to a haunted land to rescue Bulma from a variety of monsters.
-Mystical Adventure: Roshi takes Goku and Krillin to fight in a martial arts tournament in a distant land - but quickly find out not all is right in the kingdom they arrive in.
-Dead Zone: Set a year before Dragon Ball Z begins, a demon whose father competed for the role of Kami and lost seeks out revenge against those responsible - and aims to use the Dragon Balls to make himself immortal.
-The World's Strongest: 50 years ago, a mad scientist's lab was covered in ice not even the strongest attacks can melt. Using the Dragon Balls, his assistant frees him and his lab, and he begins seeking the world's strongest body to use for his own.
-The Tree of Might: Aliens arrive on Earth, planting a mysterious tree that will suck the life out of the planet. Their leader is a Saiyan with an all-too-familiar look about him....
-Bardock: The Father of Goku: Set 20 years before Dragon Ball begins, this feature tells the story of Goku's father, who led a brave last stand against Frieza and his forces.
-Lord Slug: A long-exiled evil Namekian comes to Earth, looking to make a base out of the planet. Goku and his friends set out to prevent their plans from coming to fruition.
-Cooler's Revenge: Frieza's brother Cooler arrives on Earth, seeking revenge for the death of his brother at the hands of a Saiyan.
-The Return of Cooler: Cooler survived his previous battle with the Z-Fighters, and has combined with a growing cybernetic colony. Using his limitless regeneration techniques, he unleashes threat after threat against the Z-Fighters, who have arrived on New Namek to rescue the world from his wrath.
-The History of Trunks: The tale of Future Trunks and his doomed timeline, before he came back to the present.
-Super Android 13: Three forgotten androids created by Dr. Gero arrive in the city, looking to hunt down and destroy Goku. But Goku and company have no intention of just allowing themselves to be destroyed.
-Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan: Vegeta gets a mysterious invitation from a surviving Saiyan to rule over a new Planet Vegeta. He and the other Z-Fighters go to check it out, but quickly discover this Saiyan holds a grudge against King Vegeta... and that his son is something else altogether.
-Bojack Unbound: A martial arts tournament on Earth goes horribly awry when space pirates invade and begin battling the Z-Fighters. With Goku dead, though, it won't be an easy win!
-Broly: Second Coming: Broly arrives back on Earth, looking to get revenge on the no-longer-alive Goku for his defeat. Will the next generation of Z-Fighters stand a chance?
-The Plan To Eradicate The Saiyans: A Tuffle scientist is plotting against the surviving Saiyans, finding ways to revive old villains to battle the Z-Fighters.
-Bio-Broly: Broly is dead, but a mysterious group has created a biological clone of the Legendary Super Saiyan. It's up to Goten, Trunks, and Android 18 to deal with this newfound threat.
-Fusion Reborn: An accident in otherworld has resulted in the creation of a mindless, destructive villain. As if that wasn't bad enough, bad guys are escaping Hell and attacking Earth!
-Wrath of the Dragon: An ancient warrior is freed from a mysterious music box, and warns of an impending threat. Soon enough, the Z-Fighters find themselves in battle against a deadly, giant monster.
-The Path To Power: A retelling of how Goku first met his friends, but with the Red Ribbon Army as the villains.
-A Hero's Legacy: Set 100 years after GT, this one tells the story of Goku's young ancestor and his own personal journey.
-Yo! Goku and his Friends Return!: Set 2 years after Buu's defeat, two tough soldiers from Frieza's old army come to Earth in pursuit of a young Saiyan - one that has ties to Vegeta.
-Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans: An HD remake of the Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans "lost movie." However, it isn't just a remake, it adds in extra scenes and takes several out from the original as well.
-Episode of Bardock: A sequel to the Bardock: The Father of Goku movie, regarding Bardock being sent back in time by the attack that was supposed to kill him, and facing Frieza's ancestor in battle. 1) Saban/Ocean Group dub. Recently released under the Rock The Dragon set.
2) FUNimation dub stand-alone DVDs. These feature both dub and sub versions of the show and are uncut as far as footage goes, however they lack the eyecatch sequences and "next episode" previews. These discs only cover from about halfway through the Frieza Saga to the end of the Z series (basically where the "edited" DVDs listed above left off.)
3) Ultimate Uncut Edition. Uncut sub and dub DVDs starting at the beginning of the Z series, this was FUNimation's attempt to "bridge" the series by making uncut DVDs of episodes that had only previously been released edited (see section 1.) However, FUNimation aborted this line in favor of doing "season sets" and stopped in the Saiyan/Vegeta Saga, before it reached the end.
4) "Orange Brick" Season Sets. This marked the first time FUNimation released Dragon Ball Z on home video in its entirety. These feature 3 audio tracks - Dub with the Japanese music, Dub with FUNimation music, and the original Japanese version. However they quickly came under controversy for using heavy digital noise reduction and cropping the picture, so as to format the picture for widescreen televisions.
5) Dragon Box sets. These sets rectify the problems of the Orange Brick Season Sets - featuring a frame-by-frame remastered version of the show and no cropping. However, much to the chagrin of some fans, they do not include the FUNimation version music track. They still feature uncut dub and sub versions, however.
6) Blu-Ray release. These started coming out in November of 2011, and the first two sets featured the best picture quality ever seen on a Dragon Ball home video release, featuring a clean presentation true to the source material. Unfortunately, FUNimation cancelled this line due to the costly nature of the restoration.
7) New Blu-ray season set release. Will be released starting at the end of 2013. Unfortunately, FUNimation is cropping the picture again to make the set fit widescreen televisions.
We encourage you to look for your USA/English versions of Dragon Ball Z in it's own IMDb English title page Dragon Ball Z (1996)
. You can ask any question related to the English versions in the boards.
If you have any question regarding the Japanese releases, please feel free to post in this title page board. This question is asked heavily on the message boards, even though it is explained in the series - no one can be wished back to life with the Dragon Balls who has been dead for over a year.
Additionally, no one can be wished back to life (regardless of how long they have been dead) who has died of natural causes. Three sets of Dragon Balls exist, that we see in the series. Each consists of seven balls, and can grant a wish (or wishes) when brought together.
-The Earth Dragon Balls. The best-known set, which are the ones regularly hunted down and collected by our heroes. They were created by Kami, after he expelled the evil from his body that took the form of King Piccolo. They grant a single wish. These balls are about baseball-sized, and they are capable of bringing back any number of deceased people back to life with a single wish (provided they are able to be wished back, some restrictions apply.) Shenron (the Eternal Dragon summoned by the balls) These Dragon Balls can not wish someone back to life more than once, as Shenron will not grant the same wish more than once. They become inert for a year after being used. Later, when Dende becomes guardian of the planet, he upgrades the balls so that they can grant two wishes, however they still can not bring people back to life more than once.
-The Namekian Dragon Balls. These are introduced during our heroes journey to the planet Namek. They are much larger than the Earth Dragon Balls, roughly basketball size. They were created by the Grand Elder of the Planet Namek. These balls have some tremendous advantages over their Earth counterparts - they grant THREE wishes instead of just one, and can bring someone back to life an infinite number of times, provided the person did not die of natural causes. Furthermore, they are only inert for 1/3 as long as the Earth's Dragon Balls. However, they do feature the disadvantage of only being able to revive a single dead person with a single wish - this was eventually changed following the founding of the planet New Namek, when Moori became the new Grand Elder.
Black Star Dragon Balls - These only appear in the anime-only series, Dragon Ball GT. They are hidden in Kami's lookout, and were created by Kami before he separated the evil King Piccolo side from within, meaning they are far more powerful than any other Dragon Balls. They are so powerful that they can grant virtually any wish, including some even the original Dragon Balls would not be capable of (though exactly what all they are capable of is never truly and fully explored.) The strength of these Dragon Balls comes with a huge drawback - after being used, the balls scatter across the entire universe - and if they are not gathered back together on the planet where the wish was made, the planet is destroyed a year later. This is easier to answer in the manga version of the show, as it lacks all the movies/filler/GT series/etc.
In the original manga version of the series, the most powerful character is Super Saiya-jin Vegito.
In the anime, the answer is still unknow, due to the current airing in Japan of Dragon Ball Super. Hirotaku Suzuoki passed away in 2006 following a battle with lung cancer. He was best known for voicing Tien, but also voiced the World Martial Arts Tournament Announcer, the Otherworld Tournament announcer, and some GT characters as well.
Kohei Miyauchi passed away in 1995 from abdominal varices. He was well known in the franchise as the voice of Master Roshi, voicing the character from the beginning of Dragon Ball, up until the Buu Saga. Interestingly, his final scene voicing Roshi is where he was killed by Buu, turned into chocolate and eaten. This scene was recorded less than 3 months before Miyauchi's death.
Daisuke Gori committed suicide in early 2010 after being diagnosed with an illness that was taking away his eyesight. Of all of the Japanese voice actors, Gori had what was arguably the most impressive roster of voice acting for characters on the show, largely due to his deep, distinctive voice. Gori voiced Hercule Satan, Master Roshi's Turtle, King Cold, Ox King, King Yamma, Captain Yellow, Porunga, and countless others.
Takeshi Aono died in 2012, following ongoing complications from a stroke he had in 2010. He voiced King Piccolo, Kami, and Ninja Murasaki.
Isamu Tanonaka passed away in 2010, as a result of myocardial infarction. Tanonaka was better known for voice acting in other animes, but in the Dragon Ball franchise he voiced several brief but memorable characters, including Raiti (one of a pair of aliens masquerading as a Namekian), and Bibidi (the father of Babidi that only appears in a flashback in the anime.)
Kenji Utsumi, known to Dragon Ball fans as the voice of Shenlong, passed away in 2013 from cancerous peritonitis at the age of 75. He was the voice of Shenron (on most occasions), Commander Red, Mutaito, and Recoome (the latter character being recast in more recent Japanese versions of the show, though.) FUNimation's dub version is infamous for making some major blunders with series information. These are a few such errors:
-Raditz says Planet Vegeta was destroyed 3 years ago when he arrived on Earth, when it was actually closer to 20 years. This is a major plot hole for the dubbed version. For that to be true, Goku arriving on Earth and the entire first Dragon Ball series, and the years between Dragon Ball and Z would have to be crammed into a 3-year period, which is simply not true.
-An ogre tells Goku Snake Way is 10,000 miles long, when it is actually closer to 1,000,000 kilometers. Goku once ran/swam 10,000 miles or so as a child in one day to get to the Tenkaichi Budokai, so if it were "only" 10,000, Goku would have gotten to Kaiô in no time flat.
-Vegeta tells Goku that Goku's father Bardock invented the Saiyan "Power Ball" technique to create artificial moonlight (this is addressed above.) However this is one of the few self-made plot holes FUNimation actually corrected in their initial re-dubbed version. NOTE: This is a question that confuses viewers of the English version.
To avoid confussion between viewers of the Japanese original/dubs that kept the original japanese names, it is important to notice that:
- The Spirit Bomb is the English name for the Genki Dama technique.
- The Spirit Ball is the English name for Yamcha's Sôkidan technique.
- Wolf Fang Fist is the English name for Yamcha's classic attack, Rôgafûfûken.
Now, to answer the question:
This is another common thing that confuses viewers of the English dubbed version of the show. Yamcha DOES NOT know the Spirit Bomb, and never learns or uses it.
When Goku trains with King Kai (North Kaiô), he learns a technique called the Spirit Bomb (Genki Dama), which entails gathering energy from all living things and life energy on a planet, and harnessing it into a powerful sphere of energy.
In an earlier episode, where Yamcha and other Z-Fighters go back in time to fight Saiyans of the past, he uses a technique where he charges up energy into a ball and heaves it at his enemies, being able to control it with his hand and finger motions. It sounds like he says "Spirit Bomb" before he throws it.
If one listens closely, he is actually saying "Spirit BALL." Though they are similar looking attacks, the two are actually very different. Goku's technique cannot be guided or controlled, and while Yamcha's move can be controlled, it is nowhere near as powerful as Goku's move.
Goku's Spirit Bomb technique is called "Genki Dama" in Japanese, which roughly translates as "Energy Ball."
Yamcha's Spirit Ball is called the "Sôkidan" in Japanese, which roughly translates as something like "Spinning Ki Turn." The move was intended as a replacement for Yamcha's old signature attack, the Rôgafûfûken/Wolf Fang Fist (which he never uses after Dragon Ball ends), though it was never heavily used, as Yamcha was gradually relegated to a background character over the course of the Z series.
Long story short, Yamcha DOES NOT know the Spirit Bomb. His Spirit BALL technique is an entirely different move. There are a few points to cover here.
First and foremost, Dragon Ball GT is an ANIME ONLY series, and is not canon to Akira Toriyama's original manga. When there are anime-only pieces of content, factors like this are often not taken into consideration and some plot holes are created. This was most likely the case here.
As far as an actual "in series" explanation goes, it could be argued that Pilaf, despite his malicious intent and unkind ways, is more of a "comic relief", less serious villain than many others, and is not considered to be truly evil.
One other possible explanation is that he and his henchman fled the earth during the Majin Buu crisis and were never killed at all. Given that Pilaf has tons of technology at his disposal this is a strong possibility. You've got good reason to be confused, but the answer to these question is quite simple:
These are anime-only filler scenes not found in the original manga.
The anime focuses heavily on a lot of scenes set in Hell, often for the purpose of creating further filler scenes and story arcs. While Akira Toriyama did give Toei Animation permission to create filler scenes to "pad out" the anime so it would not run ahead of the still-in-production manga at the time, they clearly did not take a number of factors into consideration, which result in many plot holes here and there. This is just one of many examples. Because they aren't on Planet Vegeta.
Nowhere in the original Japanese version of the show does it state that the world they meet these past Saiyajin on and do battle with is Planet Vegeta. There is one mention of the planet's name in the English dub, but this is one of many dubbing mistakes. This is most likely another planet altogether where the Saiyajin did battle, likely trying to conquer it for the World Trade Organization that Freeza rules over.
This is one of many anime-only filler episodes, but unlike a lot of the filler, this one is easily explainable and fits into the story fine, free of plot holes, as the only real error stems from a dubbing mistake.
It is also possible there is more than one planet called Vegeta, seeing as how someone like Freeza rules over no less than 79 worlds. This is another "anime-only filler strikes again" moment. But if one looks closely, it is something that can be explained.
In the time period Goku travels back to, Mutaito is clearly in the prime of his life, and his martial arts school is at the peak of its popularity. When Piccolo Daimao attacked the world much later on, it is likely Mutaito was at an older age and nowhere near as strong as he was when his martial arts school was going strong. In an older, weakened state, he likely had no chance defeating Piccolo, and was forced to use the Mafûba instead, costing him his life. As this is anime-only filler, with Goku going back in time, this explanation is strictly theory and not explicitly stated by the creators of the manga/anime. However it does provide a possible explanation. Following the defeat of Evil Kid Buu, ten years pass. The Z-Fighters head to the World Martial Arts Tournament. By this time, Gohan and Videl have gotten married, and now have a daughter named Pan. Pandoes very well in the fights, despite only being a few years old. Goku also reveals that he made a wish to the Shenlong to reincarnate Kid Buu as a human being. The human being is an Indian boy from a poor village named Uub (Buu spelled backwards, appropriately enough.) Uubis set to fight Goku in the tournament, but lacks any real will to fight. Goku insults him and his family in an effort to get him to power up, which works. He begins exhibit power on-par with the Z-Fighters once powered up. The end of the series is Goku and Uub flying away to Kami's Lookout,where Goku promises to train the boy.
Dragon Ball Z was followed up by another anime series called Dragon Ball GT, which continues the story line. However it was not based on a manga by Akira Toriyama, and is generally not considered canon. Toriyama had only minor involvement in GT (much like the theatrical movies.)
Currently, Dragon Ball Cho: Dragon Ball Super, is taking the story right after the defeat of Evil Kid Buu, and author Akira Toriyama has major involvement in the storyline and new characters. In Dragon Ball, while training under Kami-Sama prior to the 23 Tenkaichi Budokai, Kami-Sama permanently removed Gokû's tail, so that the moon could be restoredand Gokû could no longer transform into Ôzaru . Goku: Lost his sanity when Freeza killed his best friend Krillin.
Mirai Trunks: Went into a fit of anger when he found the dead body of Mirai Gohan, who has been killed by the Androids (this contradicts the manga, which showed in a special chapter that Mirai Trunks could become a Super Saiya-jin before Gohan's death.
Vegeta: After rigorous training in space, Vegeta grew frustrated that his training was getting him nowhere. He lost his patience and went into a fit of rage at his being unable to reach the level of Super Saiya-jin, which ironically caused his first transformation. Not showed in the anime.
Gohan: While training in the Time Chamber, Gohan keeps trying to reach this level of power, but never quite manages to get it down. Eventually, he thinks of all the villains who have terrorized the Earth and how he was unable to provide the level of help he should have. It is this guilt trip that causes his first true transformation.
Goten: Casually transforms during a sparring session with Chichi (it's possible he achieved the form with relative ease since he was conceived after Goku had already become a Super Saiya-jin). (
Trunks: Never revealed. Though given that he trained with his father Vegeta his whole life, his transforming was more-or-less inevitable.
All other characters who became Super Saiya-jins were either non-canon characters (either from GT, filler scenes or movies) or fusions of characters who already knew how to become Super Saiya-jins. Son Gokû wasn't a merciless killer. He hit his head being a young baby, when Grandpa Son Gohan found him, and he forgot everything about being a Saiya-jin and his mission. The first time he ever killed someone wasunder Ôzaru form, without any awareness of what he was doing, when he accidentally killed Grandpa Son Gohan.He never knew the truth until years after.
He never willingly killed any of the Red Ribbon Army members neither.
He killed Piccolo Daimao probably becausehe was the one who killed his best friend Krillin, and lead his Master, Kame Sen'nin, to a fatal end .
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