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Our weekly podcast[?], then named Daizenshuu EX – The Podcast, began in November 2005 as a new way to reach out to our audience, extend that audience, and simply have fun with the franchise we love so much. Though we updated the name to Kanzenshuu – The Podcast in April 2012 with the launch of this website, we remain the best, most authoritative, entertaining, and only Dragon Ball podcast you will ever need!

Each episode, the Kanzenshuu staff discuss the latest news in the world of Dragon Ball from across the globe before heading into a core topic — whether it be an in-depth discussion of the way in which the story and franchise was produced, theories for in-universe scenarios and “What If?” scenes, interviews with those actually involved with the franchise, thorough reviews of video games or home video releases, we have you covered! We wrap things up with the month’s upcoming releases, questions from the listeners, and much more! We regularly have contests, broadcast live (watch our Twitter and Facebook!), and have a great time sharing our love of the Dragon Ball franchise with you all each and every week.


Podcast Episode #0233 — 12 September 2010

Having finished off the Cell Game in our regular “Manga Review of Awesomeness” monthly podcast segment, we decided that it was an appropriate time to review the second, self-contained filler arc in the Dragon Ball Z TV series: the Ano-yo’ichi Budōkai. The afterlife tournament takes place exclusively in the TV series, and provided some extra buffer time for the manga to trudge on forward. It has been many years since Meri and I saw these episodes, and like with the manga, Jeff was jumping in completely fresh. How did this five-episode story arc hold up for us? Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0233! VegettoEX, Meri, and Jeff dive into the Ano-yo’ichi Budōkai for a “Filler Review of Awesomeness”. The TV series was getting a little too close to the manga, so the second self-contained filler arc for the “Dragon Ball Z” TV series was given the green light. How does it hold up? All sorts of bizarre news from around the world, September’s releases, and your e-mails round out the episode.

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Podcast Episode #0232 — 05 September 2010

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0232! VegettoEX, Meri, and Julian discuss the tiny bits of news from the last week. Marc also stops by to talk about the upcoming Mexican dub of “Kai” and its respective fanbase revolt! Andrew pops in to talk about the “TAG VS” Japanese demo, while releases and e-mails round out the episode.

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Podcast Episode #0231 — 30 August 2010

It has been out for a couple weeks, but we finally had a chance to all get together and review the new “Team Dragon” (from AKB48) CD single, “Kokoro no Hane” (the second closing theme for DragonBall Kai). The written review would normally be accompanying the podcast version, but some fascinating insight from Julian revealed the true nature behind the music video for the song… so we need to rent a movie, first! Listen in for all the nitty-gritty details. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0231! VegettoEX, Meri, and Julian review the “Kokoro no Hane” CD single (the second closing theme to “DragonBall Kai”). Beyond the song itself, the Limited Edition’s bonus DVD gives way to all sorts of discoveries! Your regular news, releases, e-mails, and tons more round out the episode.

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Podcast Episode #0230 — 22 August 2010

This week on the show, our buddy Jeff finally gets a chance to break out a new “Manga Review of Awesomeness” with us. The Cell Game finally comes to a close, but do we reflect as fondly on this part of the series as we otherwise thought we might? Little bits of news, August’s last few releases, and your e-mails round out the episode. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0230! VegettoEX, Meri, and Jeff dive into Volume 35 in our “Manga Review of Awesomeness”. The Cell Game finally comes to a close, but do we reflect as fondly on this part of the series as we otherwise thought we might? Little bits of news, August’s last few releases, and your e-mails round out the episode.

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Podcast Episode #0229 — 15 August 2010

This week on the show, our good buddy Hujio from Kanzentai joins us discuss the remainder of points from Otakon 2010, but more importantly, to discuss all of the big news from the last couple weeks. Regular readers of the website are all caught up on most of the news, but we took the opportunity to dig deeper into the financial situation of our favorite franchise, and expand upon all of the news pieces a little more. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0229! VegettoEX, Meri, and Hujio recap all of the huge news from the last couple weeks, including the upcoming remake of “Saiya-jin Zetsumetsu Keikaku” as a part of “Raging Blast 2″, as well as an in-depth look at the state of DragonBall’s financial situation both in Japan and worldwide. A recap of all the DragonBall going-ons at Otakon 2010, including the amazing panel with Yuuji Mitsuya, rounds out the episode!

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Podcast Episode #0227 — 28 July 2010

While we just released a regular podcast episode, we have a wacky schedule coming to a close over the next few weeks and wanted to make sure we crammed out a good amount of content for you all. In this special episode, our buddy Marc from The Fanboy Review and I take a look back over the last year and gauge where North America stands with regard to home releases of the DragonBall franchise. Last Otakon brought us an announcement of DBZ Dragon Box sets… so should we expect any spectacular announcements this year? Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0227! VegettoEX and Marc take a look back over the last year and gauge where North America stands with regard to home releases of the DragonBall franchise. Last Otakon brought us an announcement of DBZ Dragon Box sets… so should we expect any spectacular announcements this year?

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Podcast Episode #0226 — 26 July 2010

In addition to our discussing the line of figures on the latest podcast episode, the “Reviews” section has also been updated with a detailed look at the somewhat recent “Freeza’s Force” line:

We also discussed a guy who thinks he looks like Goku, the passing of Tetsuo Mizutori, and a bunch of other (more lively) stuff. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.



Podcast Episode #0225 — 18 July 2010

Our buddy Hujio joins us mid-show this week to do a little preview of the panel we will be presenting at Otakon 2010 in just a couple weeks, “10 Things You Didn’t Know About DragonBall“. We only have an hour at the convention, but we have unlimited time on our own show…! Listen in for an explanation all about a guy named “Budhiyasa” and a few “Names Toriyama Forgot“.

We also covered the unfortunate stroke that veteran voice actor Takeshi Aono recently suffered, and what this means for the role of Kami-sama going forward in the franchise. Things wrap up with a great batch of releases and e-mails, including a dip back in time to an older episode about gender roles and their representation in the series. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0225! VegettoEX, Meri, and Julian discuss what little news there has been for the last couple weeks, and concentrate on July’s jam-packed releases and your fantastic e-mails, including a bit of a redux on gender roles in Japan (and particularly with regard to Chi-Chi). Hujio joins us mid-show to do a special preview of our “10 Things You Didn’t Know About DragonBall” panel for Otakon 2010 coming up in just a few weeks!

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Podcast Episode #0224 — 06 July 2010

Our podcast release schedule is going to be wonky over the course of July, but we have some great content coming your way. This episode, Meri and I took a first-look at DragonBall Origins 2 for the Nintendo DS. The first game was plagued with control issues due to it being stylus-only, but the second aimed to correct all that. Does it work, and does it hold our interest? Catching up on news, July’s jam-packed releases, and tons of other stuff is present and ready for your enjoyment! Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0224! VegettoEX and Meri give some initial thoughts on “Origins 2″ for the Nintendo DS. Are the refined controls enough to save the game, unlike its predecessor? Catching up on all sorts of news, July’s jam-packed releases, and your e-mails round out the episode!

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Podcast Episode #0223 — 21 June 2010

Those of you looking for some intensely nerd-irific analysis are in for a treat this week as our buddy Kaboom joins us to talk about the Cold family’s transformations. The goal is to answer exactly what it is Coola is doing in DBZ movie 5, but to talk about that, we must first make our way through Freeza and beyond! Our buddy Marc from The Fanboy Review also joins in to talk all the big news from the week along with June’s releases and some great e-mails. Download the show now, or head on over to the podcast page for more information or to subscribe.

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Episode #0223! VegettoEX and Marc cruise through all of the week’s news, including a surprising video game remake coming our way. Sean joins us later on to talk about Freeza’s and Coola’s transformations and all of the crazy fan theories behind their usage and relevance to each other. The rest of June’s releases, your e-mails, a contest winner, and some great donor naming all round out the episode!

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