Next weekend's January issue of V-Jump is set to unveil the visual for the 2015 Dragon Ball Z anime movie, subtitled "Fukkatsu no 'F' / Revival of 'F'." In it, Battle of Gods' Beerus and Whis are joined by Freeza and newly introduced remnants of Freeza's army Sorbet and Tagoma (egg - they're named for items kept in the fridge) wearing new battle uniforms and scouters. Get a look after the jump.
There are plenty of ways to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball series, and LA's Q Pop Shop has a pretty nice one planned for this weekend. The shop will be hosting a 30th anniversary celebration and Toriyama tribute in the form of an art show, with a variety of artists contributing their own takes on the characters of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Pics and more after the jump.
Some specifics on that follow-up to Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods may have been leaded Japan's CinemaCity movie site has posted a listing that a DBZ movie is set to debut on April 25th with a 25 minute run time. More after the jump.
The exact purpose has not been revealed, but several voice actors have announced that they are working on a new English dub of Dragon Ball Z Kai produced by Ocean. While Richard Ian Cox (Inuyasha from Inuyasha) is reportedly Goku, Lee Tockar says he's the version's Frieza. More after the jump.
It is confirmed today that Akira Toriyama, the original creator of the internationally famous Dragon Ball manga series, newly draws an illustration for the Japanese promotional poster for Stephen Chow's Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons film. This is Chow's first film in six years since CJ7 in 2008. Check the details after the jump.
Bandai has been rolling out a slate of upcoming Figuarts for 2015. Among the more notable is S.H. Figuarts - Sakura Kinomoto from CardCaptor Sakura, The 13cm figure comes with 3 face parts, 5 left hands and 4 right, Sealing Wand, Clow Card, Stand, and, of course, Kerberos, due in March for 5,400yen. Get a look after the jump.
Fan group Robot Underdog aims to bring the Dragon Ball world to life in a way that's never been attempted before while still staying true to the characters and the story and they're starting with a live-action adaptation of "The History of Trunks." A follow up to July's preview is offering the latest look. Check it out after the jump.
After announcing dates for Japan, Europe, and Australia, Bandai Namco Games is now here with launch plans for Dragon Ball Xenoverse's release in the Americas. The next DBZ fighter hits the region on February 17, 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse hits Japan on February 5th, then the 13th of February on PS3, X360, PS4 and XB1 and 17th of February on Steam across Europe and Australasia. A “Trunks’ Travel Edition” for consoles features a Trunks Master Stars Piece 25cm figure with exclusive coloring. Meanwhile, pre-order bonuses include Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta as a Playable Character and two exclusive Frieza Soldier’s Battle Suites for your avatars.
Bandai Namco Games nailed down an official launch date for the Japanese release of Dragon Ball Xenoverse. According to the December issue of V Jump magazine, that date is February 5, 2015. Hit the jump for more.