Dragon Ball Season 5 DVD Uncut
About Dragon Ball Season 5 DVD Uncut
This Dragon Ball Season 5 collection contains episodes 123-153.
In the aftermath of his epic battle with Piccolo, Goku embarks on an electrifying quest to rescue his fallen friends from the realm of the dead. His perilous journey will take him to the heights of Korin Tower - and beyond - as he searches for Kami, a mystical being with the power to resurrect Shenron and restore the magic of the seven Dragon Balls!
But even if Goku succeeds in raising the dead, there's no guarantee he'll live long enough to enjoy a reunion with his slain comrades. The World Martial Arts tournament is just around the corner, and an eerily familiar foe known only as Junior wants to teach Goku the true meaning of pain! To survive the tournament and finally earn the title of World's Greatest Martial Artist, Goku must train his mind as well as his body in order to complete his amazing transformation from a bushy-tailed boy into a man to be reckoned with!
Special Features: Textless Songs, Trailers.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure, Battles
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 775
- Release Date: 7/27/2010
- Dimensional Weight: 0.59
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Dragonball Season Five Delivers
Dragonball Season Five covers the conclusion to the original Dragonball series by Akira Toriyama. If you've seen Dragonball Z, this is the season that leads into Season One of it. Without the foundation laid in these episodes, we couldn't rise to the thrilling heights found in Dragonball Z. That said, Dragonball Season Five stands well on its own merit. While some may dislike the oldschool animation, few can deny Toriyama's fun and charming style. The storylines work. Tournament anime became a thing and this show deserves much of the credit. Sure, if you are into darker tales, this may not be to your liking. However, if silliness is something you appreciate, there's plenty here. Overall, Dragonball achieves a stable balance between seriousness and humor. If you ever wonder how fun anime can be, throw in some Dragonball and kick back in your flying nimbus.
Classic final of the orginal Dragon Ball!
by WESLEY -
These are the final events that led up too Dragon ball Z. The characters for the most part look like they do in DBZ and some of the last fights in the boxsets are also very DBZ like. Price wise your getting about 30 episodes for about $26 definitely worth the price.