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Dragon Ball Super Part 1 Blu-ray

4 star rating out of 5
4 Reviews
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About Dragon Ball Super Part 1 Blu-ray

Dragon Ball Super Part 1 contains episodes 1-13. of the anime directed by Kimitoshi Chioka.

With Majin Buu defeated, Goku has taken a completely new role as a…radish farmer?! With Earth at peace, our heroes have settled into normal lives. But they can’t get too comfortable. Far away, a powerful god awakens to a prophecy revealing his demise at the hands of a formidable being. When his search for the Saiyan God brings him to Earth, can Goku and his friends take on their strongest foe yet?

Special Features: Catching Up on the Dragon Ball Universe: Sonny Strait & Savannah Ligaluppi, Catching Up on the Dragon Ball Universe: Christopher R. Sabat & Hero D. Sabat, Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles, Powers
  • Age Rating: 8+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Year Created: 2015
  • Release Date: 7/25/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

Dragon Ball Legend returns


Finally wait is over

5 star rating out of 5

The wait is over... Part 1


This will be ep 1-13. Cover art looks amazing. Funimation's initial press release back in December said that had obtained the rights to ep 1-26 (season 1), so i'll be curious when Toonami gets to air ep 27 and beyond. Who is ready for Goku Black/Future Trunks arc dubbed?!

3 star rating out of 5

DBS MEh.....


Being a DBZ fan and also enjoying DBZ kai because they cut out all the filler. DBS just isn't firing on all cylinder's for me. Weird story arc and characters and just a little bit to much comedy. Kind of reminds me of DBGT in some ways. With better animation for all new fans its going be hit and for some original fans. They're going watch it regardless because them being big time super fans of the Dragon ball universe. Its ok at times and picks up some when introducing newer villains later in the show. But somehow they still drop the ball <<no pun intended) DBS is not a bad show way better then DBGT but just not as good as the original DBZ series or DBZ Kai. This is only my humble opinion. If this didn't help you decide to invest money into this series adding to you're ever-growing anime collection. And still curious about the hype...You always can view it online to see if you get into the show. To justify a purchase

3 star rating out of 5

Not worth it... at least not yet


The first few dozen episodes fall pretty flat. It's pretty, and everybody does a solid job with it, but it's boring. It's a rehash of Battle of Gods and Resurrection 'F' (part 1 and 2 respectively) with a little new content sprinkled in and lots of padding to keep episodes balanced in content.

Around where part 3 comes in, things actually take off fairly well... temporarily. The contents of part 3 are solid, and that would be one worth owning, but ~10 episodes per set isn't enough with the lacking content, especially with the movies being better paced, and even being better visually for these first two sets. Sure, they're shorter than a ~10 episode spanning set, but it's pretty much all there already.

Now, watching ahead, after about 80 episodes, I'm in. DBS gets great and I'm excited about the series and the franchise again. But that's a few boxes out still, and I'm really going to have to wait for a bigger set, like the season boxes for DB/Z.