Smartphone games Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle and One Piece: Treasure Cruise have launched their latest collaboration. This time, form September 14 through the 27th the Straw Hats will get a chance to battle Frieza, while everyone's favorite Saiyans will face off against Donquixote Doflamingo (good luck Doffy!). Get a look after the jump.
Dragon Ball Z is the subject of a new line of shirts from Japanese streetwear company XLARGE, which is set to launch a new capsule range on September 5. There are two designs—one featuring Frieza and the other featuring a transformed Gohan—in a handful of colors, with the shirts priced at ¥5,000 ($42). Hit the jump for pics.
Fan artist Alberto Cubatas has been spending the summer creating visual surveys of the epic chronicles of Dragon Ball Z. After presenting a look at the kill counts of the saga's protagonists in July, he was back in August with overviews of their multi-generational families. Get a look after the jump.
On the heels of a record-breaking $8.4 million theatrical run, FUNimation Entertainment announced that the home video of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ will be available on digital HD starting October 9 and at retail outlets throughout the U.S. and Canada starting October 20. Three versions of the home video will be released and are currently available for pre-order at DragonBallZ.com. More after the jump.
Toonami is having a strong run this summer. Last week's broadcast was the second time since the block's schedule was reduced that five of its shows pulled over a million viewers. This past weekend, Dragon Ball Z: Kai was the top cable program Saturday, earning a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating and over 2 million viewers. The Akame ga Kill premiere came in second with a 0.9 adults 18-49 rating and 1.8 million viewers. More after the jump.
The vicious Lord Frieza is back from Hell itself, and this time, not even the Z Warriors stand a chance! It's a spiel we've all heard before, but Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F does the unexpected by standing on its own, both as a DBZ movie and as a martial arts actioner! Hit the jump for our full review!
Gaming and miniatures manufacturer Jasco Games has announced that it has acquired the licenses to both Dragon Ball Z and Cowboy Bebop in order to create board and miniatures games based on the properties. Hit the jump for more details