Last weekend saw the release of the March 2013 issue of Cinecom Walker, a movie-centric publication distributed to certain theaters around Japan. The spotlight for this issue is Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, which also gets a feature inside the magazine. Not only do the details revealed in the feature line up with what we’ve seen of the film through Naho Ooishi’s Dragon Ball SD take on things, it also reveals that the one to cause Birusu to lose his cool is not Vegeta, but actually Majin Buu, who gets into some kind of altercation with the God of Destruction.
The article further states:
Vegeta Dancing With a Smile?! It’s Fully Loaded With Gag Scenes
Vegeta casts aside his pride and tries to liven up the place in order to put Birusu, who crashed the party, in a good mood. Even surreal Toriyama gags, such as the top-secret scene of a drunken Great Saiyaman (Gohan), have been incorporated at every turn!
There had been much speculation as to the cause of Vegeta’s uncharacteristic smile in figures and other promotional images, but it is now clear that Vegeta’s grin is an exasperated, fake smile, as he desperately tries (and fails) to appease the God of Destruction.
As the release date of the film approaches, plot details are certain to come out in increasing amounts of detail. Hold on to your seats, folks! We’re into the home stretch.