Namco Bandai recently set a site up to tease an announcement, and the game in question has been revealed. Jump Legend Biography—a compilation of Famicom and Super Famicom games based on various Jump series—is on the way to Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Read on for more.
After another six months of work, fan animator Melvin E.Dompig aka Mellavelli's epic efforts resulted in another episode of his Dragon Ball sequel, "Absalon." Check out the 15 minute installment after the jump.
"Mr. DBZ" Hironobu Kageyama of "CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA" fame and his band JAM Project (Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui and Yoshiki Fukuyama) are holding a Dragon Ball Z themed concert in Hollywood on August 18 to benefit the non-profit JAAF, promoting contemporary Japanese culture and arts.
Sunrise announced at Anime Expo that DAISUKI.NET will be streaming 1986's Gundam ZZ. This will be first time that the third Gundam series is offered in North America. This news follows an earlier DAISUKI.NET announcement that Shonen Jump adventure series One Piece and Dragon Ball Z will be offered on the site. More after the jump.
The July 1st edition of Viz's Weekly Shonen Jump digital manga magazine has announced that the periodical will be serializing Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama's new Jaco the Galactic Patrolman starting in the July 15th issue. More after the jump.
Banpresto revealed the next line-up for its popular lottery series Ichiban Kuji featuring Akira Toriyama's super popular manga/anime series Dragon Ball. The prize set includes mecha/robot figures which were appeared in the series and various DB character goods. Check the newest DB prizes after the jump!
In the latest entry in her Nerdy Nummies series,offers a how to video with instructions for making your own Dragon Ball Z creme brulee cakeballs. So, if you're a kitchen Z Warrior, check out the instructional after the jump.
FUNimation has notified retailers that they're adding a new special edition release of the original broadcast version of Dragon Ball Z to the schedule. This includes the original Canadian dub, the "Rock the Dragon" opening and other goodies. More after the jump.
Summer has its fair share of anime movies getting their Japanese video releases, but, if a retailer listing is correct, you'll have to wait until fall to import that copy of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. More after the jump.
Following the Dragon Ball Z: War of Gods hoopla, a new Dragon Ball Chōgashū - Ultra Complete has been released in Japan this week. The collection of over 400 illustrations from between 1985 and 2013 includes new material such as Akira Toriyama's Tōhoku quake/tsunami support work and movie promo illustrations, as well as a new interview. More after the jump.