Danfun64 wrote:Ignoring the compression stuff, the biggest advantage the Blue Bricks have over the singles is that Ep 1-13 are available uncut with NTSC video.
That's an advantage but also a downgrade because it's on the Blue Bricks.
SuperSaiyanPan wrote:Well I'd have to see it running natively on my PC to give my full opinion but the remaster brick is obviously the winner. I could take them either way and would like to own those volumes but they are super expensive.
Thank you for the screens.
Here's a 10min uncompressed sample: https://mega.co.nz/#!ePwW1YQR!LrkeigPBr ... VfYopjUnp8
Robo4900 wrote:singles, while they are visually superior, are generally more expensive, and kind of a bugger to get ahold of.
Hm, that's not actually true. You mustn't know where to buy DVDs from then 'cause there's more online retailers than just Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, Deep Discount, etc.
Dragon Ball: Collection Part 1
- £32.97 (Sagas 01-06)
Dragon Ball: Collection Part 2
- £32.68 (Sagas 07-11)
Both cost £65.65 ($83.86) with free delivery worldwide as it states on the pages themselves.
Fishpond is where I bought my Dragon Ball Collection Part 2 set from, a few years ago.
That aside, there's also the re-packaged release by Manga UK (it's Madman's Saga Set discs) in which each "season" goes for £16.09 (except vol 4, it costs £14.39). This is from Base.com, well known online retailer in UK.
Total: £78.75 ($100.56) with free delivery in UK, otherwise there's a fee for other countries.
Frankly, the Manga UK Season Boxsets look way nicer but the Madman Collection Part Boxsets are cheaper and only two in total.
There is a fact I want to point out, the Madman version didn't author properly two episodes from the Fortuneteller Baba Saga so if you're watching it in Japanese, this will affect you otherwise it won't (if watching it dubbed in English FUNi). Error one was using dubtitles for an episode and the second error was that the episode switched to a different scene entirely, pretty weird mistakes.