Dragon Ball Z Kai Season 2 DVD

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About Dragon Ball Z Kai Season 2 DVD

This Dragon Ball Z Kai Season 2 set contains episodes 27-52.

Krillin and Gohan test out their new and improved powers in a throw down with Vegeta, Frieza struggles to unlock the magic of the Dragon Balls, and Goku races through space on a collision course with the Ginyu Force! This installment of Kai has it all: seven Dragon Balls, four epic heroes, and three horrifying villains bent on world domination!

Special Features: U.S. Cast Interview, Textless Opening Song, Textless Closing Song, Trailers.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 625
  • Release Date: 5/22/2012
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.37
  • Region Code: 1

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The Best Way To Watch the Frieza Saga!

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I'm a huge fan of the Dragon Ball franchise since it's run on Toonami in the early 2000's, watching every memorable moments like Gohan transforming to Super Saiyan 2, Goku using the Spirit Bomb to defeat Kid Buu, and the list goes on. But over the years, I usually don't watch DBZ's original run in a marathon because of it's slow build up towards the beginning or end of the main story arcs, filler episodes that take way too much runtime, and some of the dialogue can feel cheesy because of the script not being accurate towards the Japanese script. Kai makes the Frieza Saga more watchable because of fast paced natural of the episodes and the performances in the dub are great because of the script and delivery of the voice actors (Chris Ares as Frieza being the best). Go watch it! You won't be disappointed!

The Best Way To Watch the Frieza Saga!

by -

I'm a huge fan of the Dragon Ball franchise since it's run on Toonami in the early 2000's, watching every memorable moments like Gohan transforming to Super Saiyan 2, Goku using the Spirit Bomb to defeat Kid Buu, and the list goes on. But over the years, I usually don't watch DBZ's original run in a marathon because of it's slow build up towards the beginning or end of the main story arcs, filler episodes that take way too much runtime, and some of the dialogue can feel cheesy because of the script not being accurate towards the Japanese script. Kai makes the Frieza Saga more watchable because of fast paced natural of the episodes and the performances in the dub are great because of the script and delivery of the voice actors (Chris Ares as Frieza being the best). Go watch it! You won't be disappointed!