With the recent success of featuring Goku vs Evil Goku by RedHeadHenry, we have decided to post about yet another amazing series of DragonBall sprite videos. These being entitled DragonBall: AfterLife and follows the storyline of Goku jr. and Vegeta jr. with plenty of familiar faces as well.
Despite Dragonball Evolution’s failure in 2009, most of the starring cast continued to move onto brand new projects. And seeing how 20th Century FOX has not stated anything official concerning a sequel or reboot to the Dragonball movie, I figured I would make a small article informing you all what exactly the former cast is up to and why they currently do not have the time for a Dragonball sequel.
In a recent interview with TvLine concerning the new show “Shameless”, Emmy Rossum was asked about a Bulma Dragonball Evolution action figure. The show “Shameless” (which premiered on Showtime recently) also stars Justin Chatwin who played Goku in Dragonball Evolution.
FUNimation revealed they would be streaming the entire DragonBall anime series online. They have now confirmed via their twitter and blog that the DBZ episodes will be from the “orange brick” season sets which include the dubbed version with music by Bruce Faulconer and the subtitled version with the original Japanese score.
As promised, here are some brand new promo shots of James Marsters as Piccolo from Dragonball Evolution. Several of these pictures feature Piccolo using a sword which was never seen in the film. There are also a few new Piccolo vs. Goku uncut stills included as well.
For anyone that’s interested, Dragonball Evolution is now being shown on HBO (it premiered on the network today). And speaking of DB Evolution, we should be receiving more unseen promo shots/stills of Piccolo (James Marsters) and possibly other characters from the movie soon. So stayed tuned for that.
The box art for the upcoming DragonBall “complete collection” DVD set has been revealed. This set includes all four of the DragonBall movies, which is: Curse of the Blood Rubies, Mystical Adventure, Sleeping Princess in Devil’s Castle and The Path to Power. It’ll include both the English and uncut Japanese versions. The release date is February 8th, 2011.
FUNimation has announced that they will be streaming the entire DragonBall anime series (DragonBall, Z, GT, and Kai) online starting January 15th. You’ll be able to find these episode online (legally for the first time) at sites such as www.dragonballz.com.
You can now watch the live-action movie adaptation of DragonBall, Dragonball Evolution, here at DB Legends. Dragonball Evolution occurs during the arcs of Piccolo mixed with several sagas from the entire DragonBall series (including the first, the “Goku” saga), though it loosely follows the story.
FUNimation’s re-release of the first Dragon Ball movie, Curse of the Blood Rubies, is now available in stores. This $15 DVD is uncut and remastered, and features a new dub with updated voice actors. Click here for more details!
According to Right Stuff, the release date for the sixth volume of the Dragon Ball Z Dragon Box sets has been confirmed as July 5th, 2011. The same site also pushed back the release date for Dragon Box volume 5 to April 26, 2011. Right Stuff has been very reliable in the past and usually has items available for pre-order before websites such as Amazon.
The DragonBall Online Community have recently released a brand new English patch for the PC MMORPG game, DragonBall Online. There are some negatives concerning this new patch though, as it still does not translate the following: skill/item names and effects, monster/NPC names, quest text or player messages in a different language.