It's been a pretty good week for fan films. In addition to Joseph Kahn's POWER/RANGERS bootleg—which has since been removed from Vimeo thanks to Saban—there's also the pilot episode of Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope. Hit the jump for more.
Following up on the early magazine reveals from the past week, Bandai Namco officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden for Nintendo 3DS and launched a website. Hit the jump for pics and more.
Adult Swim's Jason DeMarco has confirmed that, starting this Saturday, AS will rebroadcast the previous week's Dragon Ball Z Kai at 8:00pm before the new episode debuts on the Toonami block at 12:00am. More after the jump.
Announced earlier this week, Dragon Ball Z: Super Extreme Butouden is bringing 2D fighting action to Nintendo 3DS courtesy of developer Arc System Works. The initial reveal boasted over 100 characters, and showed a couple of the fighter's supports, Bulma and Chichi. Now we've got two more characters to look out for as assists thanks to a new scan after the jump.
Mini-manga Dragon Ball Heroes by “Toyotarō” has taken a break from its V Jump run to make room for a three chapter introduction/adaptation to April's Dragon Ball Z: Revival of “F” anime movie. Get a preview after the jump.
While many are concentrating on the upcoming western release of Dragon Ball Xenoverse, there's some fightin' action on the way to Nintendo 3DS, as well. The latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump reveals Dragon Ball Z Super Extreme Butouden, which is coming to Nintendo's portable in Japan this summer. Read on for more.
Mixed martial arts fans watching last week's World Series Of Fighting 18 card got to see something novel in Shane Campbell's TKO victory over Derek Boyle. Depending of who's describing the final seconds of the co-headlining match, Campbell threw a Street Fighter style Hadoken, a Dragon Ball Kamehameha or a "power ball" before the ultimate pummeling. Watch after the jump.
As reported, the upcoming anime film Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F (Resurrection of F) will be the first Japanese film to receive IMAX 3D screenings in Japan. In addition, it will also get 4DX screenings at selected 10 theaters across Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
Last weekend Bandai Namco promoted fighting game Dragon Ball Xenoverse by allowing wannabe saiyans to try out the strength of their own Kamehamehas with a giant display at Parco in Shibuya, Tokyo. Netageo was on site and caught some of the action. Get a look after the jump.
From now through February 8, Bandai Namco is promoting Dragon Ball Xenoverse with a huge display at Parco in Shibuya. From 11:00am to 8:00pm people can come up and blast out their formidably powerful Kamehameha. See it in action after the jump.