Question about the Kai Manga UK release

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Question about the Kai Manga UK release

Postby SuperCyan2 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 1:40 pm

Q1: Are all copies final with the Yamamoto score and Kikuchi score?
Q2: Which season begins with the replacement score (Kikuchi)?
Q3: Related to Q1, did Manga UK bother to do a reprint with Kikuchi-only?

My guess about Q3 is that they didn't (they normally just take what Madman does and repackage it).

I already own the original FUNimation Kai Parts 1-4 but may consider ordering the AU-UK version to rewatch it.
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Re: Question about the Kai Manga UK release

Postby 90sDBZ » Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:17 pm

As far as the UK Blu rays go Yamamoto lasts until the episode where Frieza goes into his 3rd Form, which is halfway through Season 2. As far as I know it has never been acknowledged or changed by Manga UK.

I did once read a review claiming the DVDs switched back and forth between the 2 scores from disc to disc though.

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Re: Question about the Kai Manga UK release

Postby SuperCyan2 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:08 am

90sDBZ wrote:As far as the UK Blu rays go Yamamoto lasts until the episode where Frieza goes into his 3rd Form, which is halfway through Season 2. As far as I know it has never been acknowledged or changed by Manga UK.

I did once read a review claiming the DVDs switched back and forth between the 2 scores from disc to disc though.

Thanks.

I got Seasons 1 and 2 on DVD each for £1 w/ delivery on eBay (sold by Music Magpie) with a Paypal promotion. Just the fact that this has the original score makes it worth owning and for such a cheap price I couldn't refuse it. The Blu-rays definitely look better but going by experience, DVDs upscaled via my PS3/360 do a pretty good job and always have.
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