According to the May issue of V Jump magazine, Arc System Works' 2D fighter Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden has an official release date. The Nintendo 3DS game was originally announced for this summer, and now it's been narrowed down to a June 11 Japanese release. More after the jump.
At this weekend's SXSW Gaming Expo, FUNimation announced the acquisition of the theatrical, home entertainment, video on demand and broadcast rights to the upcoming Japanese animated feature film Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’. The English dub of the new film will be released in theaters across North America in Summer 2015, and FUNimation Entertainment has teamed to host the world premiere in Japanese w/ English subtitles at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, April 11.
If you collect action figures, you know they come with special accessories and items that you can use to display with them to imitate actions and situations from your favorite anime. This figure of Goku is enhanced by a special hologram projection that makes him come to life in a very realistic way. Hit the jump to check it out!
It seems like Dragon Ball XenoVerse might really have it all: new villains, time travel, and an original story that gives you a whole new look at DBZ's timeless tale. But even with all that, is the formula still staying strong, or changing at all? Hit the jump to find out all about what this new title has to offer!
Pitched to men in their 30's Kirin Mets Cola is supposed to allow aging guys to offset some of their bad eating and drinking habits with a soda that's carbinated, free of artificial sweetners and boasting a form of dextrin that is supposed to act a a fiber supplement and restricts the body's ability to absorb fat when eating. And, what better way to target this nostalgia susceptible crowd that with a bit of DBZ.
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.
There's a new Dragon Ball Z movie on the horizon, and who better to promote it than Bulma herself? The movie is set to open in Japan on April 18, but you can read Bulma's musings over at her official blog hosted via Ameblo.
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.