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Dragon Ball Kai - Episode 61 Review

Episode 61, "No Chance of Victory Against No. 19! Super Vegeta Arrives Late"

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*****SPOILERS*****

Synopsis: As Goku has his energy drained from him by No. 19, Vegeta arrives, as smug as ever. After taunting the Artificial Humans, Vegeta transforms into a Super Saiyan, amazing everyone. He explains that during training, he became so enraged at himself for not keeping up with Goku, that his anger transformed him. Vegeta dominates 19, who tries to take advantage of him by grabbing his hands, but ultimately has his hands torn off. 19 tries to escape, but Vegeta fires a "Big Bang Attack" that destroys him. Artificial Human 20 escapes into the high rocks and everyone gives chase.

O, Canada!: Dragon Ball (Z) Kai Swims In The Ocean

In the frosty North, near Yunzabit Heights, lies a mystical, magical land called Vancouver, where exists a studio called Ocean Productions where they localize foreign cartoons. Once upon a time, these wooly Canucks lumbered into the studio to produce an English-language dub for a show called Dragon Ball Z.  The dub was contracted to them by licensor Funimation in the big American state called Texas, where the steaks are so big, they block out the sun. They dubbed the first two "seasons" of the show under Funimation's guidance, and miscelleneous later episodes on their own.

Some Thoughts On: Dragon Ball Kai (English Dub) Episodes 14-26

As the Nicktoons digital cable channel continues airing Dragon Ball (Z) Kai, I continue watching. It certainly doesn't hurt that several episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender come on after. (I've become a huge fan of that show... Toph is my favorite character!) Now, as last time, I have to put into consideration the edits made for TV broadcast, and I do. Other than the most obvious edits and rewrites for TV broadcast, the script remains mostly accurate, and is still scores better than the dub script for Dragon Ball Z. But, also important, the voice acting is better in places, too.


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