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Published by VegettoEX
09 August 2018, 11:43 AM EDT

Following their somewhat-unceremonious debut on streaming services, Toei Animation will release newly-remastered versions of the original 17 theatrical Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z films from the 1980s and 1990s across eight Blu-ray volumes beginning this November.

The initial run of the first volume will also contain a box that will store all eight volumes. Each release will include artwork by Tadayoshi Yamamuro as well as bonus items such as small booklets. The films will be presented in a 16:9 (widescreen) aspect ratio. Each individual volume is priced at ¥5,400 (~$49) on Amazon Japan.

02 November 2018

  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 1
    Dragon Ball Z (DBZ Movie 1)
    The World’s Strongest Guy (DBZ Movie 2)
  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 2
    A Super Decisive Battle for Earth (DBZ Movie 3)
    Super Saiyan Son Goku (DBZ Movie 4)
  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 3
    The Incredible Strongest vs. Strongest (DBZ Movie 5)
    Clash!! 10,000,000,000 Powerful Warriors (DBZ Movie 6)

05 December 2018

  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 4
    Extreme Battle!! The Three Great Super Saiyans (DBZ Movie 7)
    Burn Up!! A Red-Hot, Raging, Super-Fierce Fight (DBZ Movie 8)
  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 5
    The Galaxy at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy (DBZ Movie 9)
    The Dangerous Duo! Super-Warriors Can’t Rest (DBZ Movie 10)
  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 6
    Super-Warrior Defeat!! I’m the One Who’ll Win (DBZ Movie 11)
    The Rebirth of Fusion!! Goku and Vegeta (DBZ Movie 12)

09 January 2019

  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 7
    Dragon Fist Explosion!! If Goku Won’t Do it, Who Will? (DBZ Movie 13)
    The Path to Ultimate Strength (10th Anniversary Movie)
  • DRAGON BALL THE MOVIES Blu-ray Vol. 8
    The Legend of Shenlong (DB Movie 1)
    The Sleeping Princess in Devil’s Castle (DB Movie 2)
    A Mystical Great Adventure (DB Movie 3)

The films last saw a home video release in Japan within 2006’s remastered “Dragon Box: The Movies” DVD box set which was subsequently broken out as individual DVD releases over the course of 2008-2009.


1 Comment
  1. Deli295

    I guess this are the same as the Mexican Blu-rays, right?

    11 August 20181:49 PM EDT