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So while we doubt many people really “fell” for the joke, it was fun none-the-less. In case you missed out on the April Fool’s Day prank, you can view an extremely large image of yesterday’s home page below:
But hey… in case you’re sad, offended, or some other strange emotion… Episode #0020 of the podcast is available for download!
Episode #0020! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri discuss the god hierarchy in DragonBall. Which heavenly (or hellish?) entity governs which area of the universe? What religion and cultural basis do they have their roots in? Meri’s list of worst parents, April’s releases, and tons of e-mails round out the week.
Episode #0019 of the podcast is available for download! Julian talks about his trip to Tokyo, and we talk about our trip to New York City to check out the theatrical screening of DBZ Movies 6 & 12. Aiya! Whoda thunk it? DBZ in American theaters? NEVER! Check it out!
Episode #0019! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri discuss their trips from last weekend — Julian to Tokyo, Mike and Meri to NYC for the screening of DBZ Movies 6 and 12! What was it like seeing DBZ on the big screen, and how was the whole presentation handled? We announce the winner of our Red Ribbon Army contest, with news, dub-death-cover-ups, and e-mails rounding out the week.
“Super Dragon Ball Z” for the Japanese PS2 has been pushed back to 29 June 2006. It was previously scheduled for release on April 13th. The game can still be found in Japanese arcades until then (and most likely after, for a little while longer).
Has the domestic release of “Advanced Adventure” on the Nintendo GameBoy Advance been delayed yet again? A listing does not yet exist on Amazon, and GameStop.com’s listing has been updated to a release date of 13 June 2006. It was previously listed for an April 3rd/4th release date… and that was after being pushed back a month even before that.
This poor game just cannot see the light of day in the US. It is not like there is not already a fully-completed English translation in other countries, or anything!
Episode #0018 of the podcast is available for download! We have some fun while Julian’s out of town, play some games, and give away some free swag. Did you win the “Great Saiyaman” DVD starter set in our first podcast contest? You’ll have to listen to find out! If you want more free stuff, you’ll have to tune in! Our podcast listeners get first dibs on a free CD from The Red Ribbon Army! Check it out!
Episode #0018! VegettoEX and Meri invite on podcast host godofchaos and old site friend Napier to play a round of 20 Questions — DragonBall style! Play along and see how many you can guess. We announce the winner of our first podcast contest, and start up another contest! News, best Bulma outfits, and e-mails round out the week.
The listings for the upcoming “Dragon Box: The Movies” in Japan have changed! I know I have not gotten any e-mails from Amazon about the date change, but CDJapan has an updated release date of 14 April 2006 for the DVD box set. There is also a notice up on the official Toei site confirming the date and apologizing to customers:
「DRAGON BALL 劇場版DVD-BOX DRAGON BOX THE MOVIES」
この度は、｢DRAGON BOX THE MOVIES｣をご予約いただきまして、誠にありがとうございます。
＜受付：月〜金 10:00〜13:00、14:00〜17:00／土・日・祝日を除く 平成１８年４月２１日(金)まで＞
Basically, there is a three-week delay. Shucks!
Episode #0017 of the podcast is available for download! Prepare yourself for VegettoEX’s performance of all things DBZ, including dialogue, music, and even sound effects. Could there be any more of a fanboy episode describing all things good & bad about all 13 DBZ movies? We think not! Check it out!
Episode #0017! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri give a fanboy and fangirl breakdown of all thirteen DBZ movies and their individual perks (or lack of perks)! News, lamest duos, releases, emails, and our contest round out the episode.
As done many times before, McDonald’s will be giving away Dragon Ball pencil boards with the purchase of a happy meal in Japan.
There will be two sets of pencil boards, each offered on different days in March (18-19 and 25-26). If you happen to be in Japan, and order a happy meal on any of those days, you will get some awesome Dragon Ball merchandise. As a special bonus, if you go in to a McDonald’s on 21 March 2006, you’ll get a free Dragon Ball Z poster.
The first mainstream review of “Shin Budokai” for the PSP seems to come from Chris Roper over at IGN, who gave it a 7.0 (“good”) overall score.
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai is a very simplistic fighter with a “so bad it’s good” storyline wrapped in an extremely portable package. It’s not great by any means, but hardcore DBZ fans will find a whole lot to like here.
You will be able to pick the game up in stores tomorrow. The Japanese version is due out 20 April 2006.
Coming earlier this month than usual, we have the covers for the next three DVDs of the Z Dragon Box individual disc release. Each of these discs will contain six episodes, covering episodes 91 thru 108. These three DVDs are set to be released 05 April 2006. You can order any of the released discs or pre-order any of these three discs at Amazon Japan.
There is a good reason these covers were revealed early: the month of April will be seeing a release of six DVDs as opposed to the usual three. Unfortunately, this means that we will not be seeing any DVD releases in May. Also, with the release of the 18th volume, those that have purchased all 18 will finally be able to get their hands on the beautiful diorama of Freeza, Super Saiyan Goku, and Vegeta — simply send in the coupons that came with each volume to get your diorama. There is a catch like always, however — the sly people at Toei are making this offer only available to those with a Japanese residence. If you do not live in Japan, you do not get a diorama even if you shelled out all that cash to get the individual discs. That is a shame!