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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Gonstead » Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:40 pm

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Gonstead wrote:I don't know the original dialogue, but in the English dub when Ginyu says "Run for your lives!", the minions run towards the direction of Ginyu and not the other way.

I guess that could count as an error.
I think he means animation errors.
In a technical way, it could count.

It may not have any on screen errors like discoloration or whatever but it still doesn't match up with what the scene is about.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Attitudefan » Fri Dec 23, 2011 11:26 pm

During the SSJ3 transformation scene, at one point, in one frame, Goku's mouth flies into the sky and then back to his face.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by DBZ Mick » Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:59 am

When Goku finally beats Piccolo at the 23rd Budokai ( ep #148) we have a shot of Kuririn jumping for joy... with no shoes on

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Next frame, they are back on again.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Codarik » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:12 am

Attitudefan wrote:During the SSJ3 transformation scene, at one point, in one frame, Goku's mouth flies into the sky and then back to his face.
:lol: I like to see that frame.

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Scarz » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:14 am

Codarik wrote:
Attitudefan wrote:During the SSJ3 transformation scene, at one point, in one frame, Goku's mouth flies into the sky and then back to his face.
:lol: I like to see that frame.
Same here. Sounds like one of those "Blink and you'll miss it" moments.

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Attitudefan » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:16 am

Scarz wrote:
Codarik wrote:
Attitudefan wrote:During the SSJ3 transformation scene, at one point, in one frame, Goku's mouth flies into the sky and then back to his face.
:lol: I like to see that frame.
Same here. Sounds like one of those "Blink and you'll miss it" moments.
It's funny, because someone on Youtube pointed it out :O And yes, you'll miss it if you're not careful!

EDIT: Here you go!
Not exactly in the sky... sorry it was from memory :oops:
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Zestanor » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:25 am

The animators forgot something...
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Now you have to know some background for this one. Daimao digs up the five Dragon Balls in the ground, and walks away with seven.
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And then coughs up two more?
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Because 5=7, and 7+2=7

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Kibito's shirt is missing...

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by sumpter360 » Sat Dec 24, 2011 3:10 am

Zestanor wrote: *snip*
Kibito's shirt is missing...
Yeah, among my most intense pet peeves with errors is when this sort of thing happens. Occurs much too often, if you ask me :/
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Post by kei17 » Sat Dec 24, 2011 3:47 am

Goku's clothes are miscoloured in the commercial of Famicom Jump II. This is not from episodes nor movies, though.

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Armymanis » Sun Dec 25, 2011 3:00 pm

This is definatly an interesting thread. I don't really like the errors that are being shown to me as I thought the episodes were perfect, but even with some mistakes, they are still fun to watch.

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Gonstead » Sun Dec 25, 2011 4:10 pm

Armymanis wrote:This is definatly an interesting thread. I don't really like the errors that are being shown to me as I thought the episodes were perfect, but even with some mistakes, they are still fun to watch.
Nothing is ever perfect.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Perfect » Sun Dec 25, 2011 4:45 pm

Gonstead wrote:
Armymanis wrote:This is definatly an interesting thread. I don't really like the errors that are being shown to me as I thought the episodes were perfect, but even with some mistakes, they are still fun to watch.
Nothing is ever perfect.
Cough. Anyway, I'm sure there's at least error per episode.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Attitudefan » Sun Dec 25, 2011 5:01 pm

Perfect wrote:
Gonstead wrote:
Armymanis wrote:This is definatly an interesting thread. I don't really like the errors that are being shown to me as I thought the episodes were perfect, but even with some mistakes, they are still fun to watch.
Nothing is ever perfect.
Cough. Anyway, I'm sure there's at least error per episode.
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by samuraix123 » Mon Dec 26, 2011 4:03 am

The inside of frieza's scouter changes from red to white(These shots are taken from the Dragon-Box)
Episode 78
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Vegeta's shoes are brown
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by DBZGTKOSDH » Mon Dec 26, 2011 9:16 am

samuraix123 wrote:The inside of Freeza's scouter changes from red to white
Episode 78
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Wasn't that scene where the scouter wasn't there in some scenes?
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Codarik » Mon Dec 26, 2011 12:26 pm

It's times like these where I can appreciate Kai for either cutting out some errors or redraw the error to correct it. Everytime someone point out an error it gets implanted into my mind and then I notice it each time I watch that moment. They don't really bother me since every animated series has animation errors but this series has a ton of them.

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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by Perfect » Mon Dec 26, 2011 12:34 pm

Codarik wrote:It's times like these where I can appreciate Kai for either cutting out some errors or redraw the error to correct it. Everytime someone point out an error it gets implanted into my mind and then I notice it each time I watch that moment. They don't really bother me since every animated series has animation errors but this series has a ton of them.
Not really, Ninja Turtles is a shorter series and has a looooooooot more. Hell, they range from using the wrong voice actor on the wrong turtle to their heads disappearing!
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by samuraix123 » Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:31 pm

Wasn't that scene where the scouter wasn't there in some scenes?
Yes sir!
It's times like these where I can appreciate Kai for either cutting out some errors or redraw the error to correct it.
Actually a-lot of the error's still exist in KAI. especially when Krillin's clothes change :)
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Post by samuraix123 » Mon Dec 26, 2011 4:04 pm

Android 17's coat changes from Black to Blue(also these clips are from the season sets. as I do not have Dragon-box 7)
Episode 285
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Goku goes Super Saiyan then back to normal
Episode 286(After Dende ask's the Dragon to restore Goku's health, Goku goes Super Saiyan)
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Then we get a shot of dende, supreme kai and the elder kai looking at Goku through the crystal ball.
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But when we go to hell, we see that their crystal ball show's Goku normal
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Re: Dragonball Errors

Post by samuraix123 » Mon Dec 26, 2011 4:50 pm

Goku's halo disappears
Episode 250
Here we have shot of Goku sitting on the rock. and you can see his halo
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Then the halo disappears
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Then 3 seconds later on the same screen with no cut-away the halo returns
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