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Review: "Dragon Ball Z: Rock The Dragon" Is the Home for Infinite Losers (plus, Season 1 and 2 Blu-rays)

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Did you ever rock the dragon? Nearly two decades ago, Dragon Ball Z made its first splash on American shores in syndication, soon followed by its legendary Toonami run. Dragon Ball Z‘s first 53 episodes might have been a bit rocky in comparison to modern anime dubbing practices. The soundtrack was replaced, character names were […]

PR: Get ready to geek out at the MCM Midlands Comic Con!

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MIDLANDS COMIC CON – INTERNATIONAL CENTRE, TELFORD – 15 FEB. Get ready to geek out at the MCM Midlands Comic Con! Sci-fi fans, movie buffs, comic collectors, anime enthusiasts and cosplayers will be flocking to Telford International Centre on 15 February for the MCM Midlands Comic Con, the first show in MCM Expo’s packed 2014 […]

Toonzone At MCM London Comic Con May 2013 - Anime Industry Panels

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The Anime Industry panel was split across the Saturday and Sunday. The Saturday panel opened with two surprise announcements from Manga- Attack on Titan and the live action Space Battleship Yamato have been licensed by them, with trailers running on the theatre’s main screen. No specific dates are currently set for Titan but Yamato is […]

"Dragon Ball Z Kai Season Three": Same Great Story, Less Great Telling

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A mysterious boy from the future warns Son Gokuu and friends of two Artificial Humans who will appear in three years and send the world into chaos. Thrilled by the chance of getting to battle foes superior to a Super Saiyan, Gokuu foregoes attempting to locate and destroy the Artificial Humans before they are complete […]

How To Survive The Cartoon Apocalypse, The Toonzone Way!

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Feeling down about the end of the world? Four out of five dentists say you shouldn’t be. Sure, December 21st could unleash untold cataclysms that will destroy all life as we know it, but the funny thing about the end of the world is that it’s never truly the end. Life always finds a way, […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z" Series Three (UK Edition): The Purple-Headed Monster

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As I said last time, the first half of the Namek arc was essentially build up for the events of this third volume. With even his most elite forces dispatched by Goku and his friends, Frieza has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. As Goku recuperates from Ginyu’s failed attempt to […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z" Series One (UK Edition): Rock The Dragon

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The so called anime boom of the previous decade wasn’t quite as powerful here in the UK. However a few shows did still erupt, and one of these happened to be Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Z is the continuation of the popular Dragon Ball, which chronicled the adventures of the monkey boy Son Goku […]

"Dragonball Z Kai" Volume 1: Is It Still Over 9000?

The mighty Saiyans have landed on Earth, and it’s up to the Z Warriors to face off against the otherworldly aggressors. With Goku dying in the initial skirmish, his son and allies must prepare for the upcoming battle, while he trains in the afterlife for his fated battle. Twenty years ago this battle was fought […]

"Dragonball Z: Dragon Box 2" Did You Buy the First One?

Battle has shifted to the far-off planet of Namek, and the race is on for the Namekian Dragonballs. Goku is in critical care after his battle with Vegeta, so Gohan, Krillin, and Bulma are off ahead of schedule to try to track down the Dragonballs and resurrect their friends. At the same time, newly defeated […]

"Dragonball Z: Dragon Box 1" Your Wish Has Been Granted

Goku has defended the Earth from countless threats. Years after reuniting with a young love at a World Martial Arts Tournament, he’s now training his son in the scholarly arts, rather than in his own super-powered kung-fu skills. Gathering his old friends, he’s soon confronted by … his brother from another planet? Goku is revealed […]

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