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Published by VegettoEX
13 August 2006, 9:00 PM EDTComments Off

Episode #0038 of the podcast is available for download! Whether it be ninja squirrels or Deluxe himself, nothing can keep us from continuing on with the podcast. We discuss the passing of Hirotaka Suzuoki, FUNimation’s DBZ Movies Boxset plans, and Otakon 2006… including all sorts of AMV material. Definitely check it out.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0038! VegettoEX, Julian, Meri, and “Deluxe” discuss the passing of Hirotaka Suzuoki and FUNimation’s apparent plans for a DBZ Movies 1, 2, & 3 boxset. An Otakon rundown and favorite Tenshinhan moments (in memory) round out our episode.

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Published by VegettoEX
10 August 2006, 9:30 PM EDTComments Off

Voice actor Hirotaka Suzuoki has passed away. Fans will know him best as Tenshinhan, but his extraordinary career spanned so many other fan-favorite shows. He will be missed immensely.

Published by VegettoEX
01 August 2006, 12:00 AM EDTComments Off

Episode #0037 of the podcast is available for download! And hey, the site’s back up! This week we go over Atari’s recent actions on the disgusting wasteland that is YouTube, as well as the big news that Columbia Japan is re-releasing all twenty DBZ Hit Collection CDs. And hey, we sample all of our favorite songs with Rachel. Definitely check it out.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0037! VegettoEX, Julian, Meri, and our new Filler Guide contributer Rachel discuss Atari’s recent copyright protection on YouTube and the upcoming re-releases of the entire DBZ Hit Collection series. Going along with these CDs, we reminisce about the history of these CDs and our favorite image songs over the years.

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Published by VegettoEX
24 July 2006, 9:20 PM EDTComments Off

The name of the opening theme is “don’t give up” as performed by Hironobu Kageyama & Hiroshi Kitadani. The ending theme (as composed by Eiichi Ueda; it is an instrumental piece) is called “after the feast”. Capitalization is indeed all lower-case in the game’s credits.

No word yet on a CD single…

Published by VegettoEX
23 July 2006, 7:58 PM EDTComments Off

Episode #0036 of the podcast is available for download! This week we go over all the huge gaming and DVD news, and also take a very in-depth look at the villains from the series. What motivates them? What makes them tick? What makes them special? Definitely check it out.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0036! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri discuss the game news from the last week, along with FUNimation’s shocking announcement of future DBZ releases on DVD… remastered?! We also discuss all of the major villains throughout the series; what makes them tick? DBZ ABCs, Meri’s Top 5 Goku Fatherly Moments, and your e-mails round out the episode! Also find out what’s going on with us at Otakon.

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Published by VegettoEX
20 July 2006, 7:00 AM EDTComments Off

Jeux-France has put up new scans from the latest “V-Jump” in Japan, which includes screen shots of even more characters in the upcoming “Sparking! NEO”… along with a confirmation of 05 October 2006 (not the 19th as previously reported) for at least the PS2. Since there is still no official release date for the Wii, they have not committed to a date on that version.

Published by VegettoEX
20 July 2006, 7:00 AM EDTComments Off

“Battle Stadium D.O.N.” sees its release in Japan on the PlayStation 2 & GameCube today! Those of you who ordered it from Play-Asia probably had it shipped out to you on Tuesday (like I did), so look for it coming in this week!

Published by VegettoEX
19 July 2006, 9:53 PM EDTComments Off

The Magic Box has stated that Japanese retailers are listing a street day of 19 October 2006 for “Sparking! NEO” on both the PS2 and the Wii. The official website has no information on this subject at this time, but this date has been reflected on the Play-Asia entry.

Published by Hujio
19 July 2006, 1:26 PM EDTComments Off

Toei has revealed the covers for their next three DVDs of the Z Dragon Box individual disc release. Though volume #28 is a recycled image, it is still the best of the three in my opinion. Each of these discs will contain six episodes, covering episodes 160 thru 177, and are set to be released on 02 August 2006. You can still order any of the released discs or pre-order any of these three discs at Amazon Japan.

Published by VegettoEX
19 July 2006, 7:12 AM EDTComments Off

“Super Dragon Ball Z” sees its release in North America on the PlayStation 2 today!

From what I have been hearing, there is no option for the original Japanese voices in the US release of the game. Also, the sound effects are changed to be written out in English.