Dragon Ball

Dragon Ball Kai Reviews Cancelled/On Hold


"Yosh! Ora wa Goku!"
Due to the content of my last, Popo-riffic Dragon Ball Kai (yes, I've stopped calling it "Dragon Ball Z Kai") episode review, I have been barred from ever reviewing an episode of the program by Toei International Co., effective immediately. This means I will no longer be allowed to talk publically about my feelings towards the subject of race relations in the Dragon Ball world, under threat of having to watch the Garlic Junior filler saga over and over again, followed by all three Brolly movies. Dubbed.

Audio: English: Rocking The Dragon (Dragon Ball Z Dubs) (It's An Article, Fucking Read It!)


Audio: English
With the Audio:English series, PenguinTruth takes a critical look at the English
dubs which grace some of anime's most defining series in North America.

Dragon Ball Z. I'd like to think that most of us anime fans have seen at least some of it. It certainly is fantastically popular, all over the world. Even in my budding anime fandom, DBZ may not have been my favorite per se, but it was probably the mark by which all other animated programs at the time were measured. "Is this better or worse than DBZ?" I would ask myself. And even today I consider its influence on my fandom and life in general as being somewhat significant, for better or worse.