The Funimation dub (also known as the Funi dub, Z dub or Funimation in-house dub) is the second English dub track produced for Dragon Ball Z. Funimation. Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy (special) (, sequel) Dragon Ball: Yo! The Return of Son Goku and Friends!! (ONA) (, sequel) Dragon. Dragon Ball GT (TV) ( to , sequel) Dragon Ball GT: A . to (Cartoon Network Latin America - episodes 01 to 60).
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Releases of the media occurred on both VHS and DVD with separate edited and uncut versions being released simultaneously. Both versions of the edited and uncut material are treated as different entries and would frequently make Billboard rankings as separate entries. Home release sales were featured prominently on the Nielsen VideoScan charts. These seven limited edition DVD box sets were released uncut in the show's original 4: Before the final volume was even published, Funimation began re-releasing the series in four DVD and Blu-ray "season" sets between May 22, and March 12, The volumes were originally published in Japan between and Viz billed Dragon Ball Z: The films are typically released in March and July in accordance with the spring and summer vacations of Japanese schools.
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They were typically double features paired up with other anime films, and were thus, usually an hour or less in length. The films themselves offer contradictions in both chronology and design that make them incompatible with a single continuity. All 14 films were licensed in North America by Funimation, and all have received in-house dubs by the company. Prior to Funimation, the third film was a part of the short-lived Saban syndication, being split into three episodes, and the first three films received uncut English dubs in produced by Funimation with Ocean Studios and released by Pioneer.
The first two were Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks inthe later being based on a special chapter of the original manga.
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Plan to Eradicate the Saiyanswhich was originally released in in two parts as "Official Visual Guides" for the video game of the same title.
None of the OVAs have been dubbed into English, and the only one to see a release in North America is the remake, which was subtitled and included as a bonus feature in Dragon Ball: Video games Further information: Also included are arcade games like Super Dragon Ball Zwhich would eventually be ported to consoles. InAtari acquired exclusive rights to the video games through Funimationa deal which was extended for five more years in In total, dozens of releases exist for Dragon Ball Z which includes Japanese and foreign adapted releases of the anime themes and video game soundtracks.
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Dragon Ball Z also proved to be a rating success in the United States, as the premiere of Season Three of Dragon Ball Z indone by Funimation 's in-house dub, was the highest-rated program ever at the time on Cartoon Network.
For example, "The Dark Prince Returns" containing episodes and "Rivals" containing episodes edited and unedited, made the Billboard magazine top video list for October 20, Romics - Autumn Edition Trunks brings Gohan back to Capsule Corporation where he recovers and resumes training Trunks.
Trunks pleads to fight, but Gohan knocks him unconscious with a hit to the upper back and lower neck to stop him from joining the battle.
The one-armed Super Saiyan ambushes Android 17, and despite his handicap, puts up a long and suspenseful fight against the androids. He meets his end when the androids gang up on him in the rain and knock him to the ground.
They then use their Accel Dance technique, killing the fallen warrior. Trunks is awakened when his mentor's energy vanishes.
Upon searching the city, Trunks finds Gohan's dead body and his training appeared to have failed. The rage from within him is unleashed, and Trunks transforms into a Super Saiyan, finally completing his Super Saiyan training without congratulations from his mentor. Trunks walks in on Bulma while she is working on the Time Machineand tells her that he does not need anyone from the past helping him beat the androids since he is a Super Saiyan.
She reminds him that Gohan was also a Super Saiyan, which obviously was not enough.
A news bulletin on the radio announces that the androids are attacking Bridgetown and Trunks goes off to fight them despite Bulma's pleas. He finds the androids in the ruined city which they destroyed, and engages in battle with them. Future Trunks traveling to the past However, the young Super Saiyan is completely outclassed and can barely put up a fight. Trunks is badly beaten by the merely-toying androids, and miraculously survives a large blast of energy from Android Trunks awakens in his house with his mother Bulma by his side.
After a brief talk, he decides to go in the time machine once it's finally ready, which is about six months to a year later to give the Heart Medicine to Goku. Bulma wishes him good luck as Trunks uses the time machine and travels into the past. Timeline Placement The special largely takes places in Age13 years after the death of Goku in Trunks' timeline. It later picks up another 3 years later to Age In the A Desperate Future Saga in Xenoverse 2, it is strongly implied that Future Gohan's line from the special about someone rising to take his place to destroy the Androids during his final battle was the result of Future Gohan encountering Future Trunks' future Time Patroller self Xeno Trunks and the Future Warrior due to timeline alterations caused by him being attacked by Future Android 16 and Mirawhich results in Future Gohan realizing his fate and that Future Trunks will defeat the Androids, thus willingly goes of to his death comforted in the knowledge that his final fight shall serve purpose and that his student will succeed in bring peace to their timeline.
It should be noted that when Xeno Trunks looked at the Time Scroll for Age before it is altered, Future Gohan's line from the special is notably absent, indicating Xeno Trunks and Future Gohan's encounter in Xenoverse 2 lead to his battle with the Androids depicted in the special, indicating it takes place in the slightly altered future timeline of Age created by the Time Patrol's intervention in protecting Future Gohan from the Time Breakers.
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Turning points The time flow of this timeline was the same as the main timeline until Age In this timeline, a Trunks from the future never came, leading to the Z-Fighters not being aware of the Androids during the 3 years of peace that existed before their arrival.
Future Goku, unaware of the heart virus until it was too late, died in Agesix months before the Androids appear. The Z-Fighters are subsequently killed by the Androids, except for Future Gohan, who survives to fight them but is killed by them in Age Due to Trunks' alteration of the past via the Time Machine, the future villains Goku Black and Future Zamasu would later appear in this timeline for their Project Zero Mortals to commence several years later, after the Androids' demise, in Ageand proceeded to wreak havoc and destruction in this timeline.
Those who died Goku died of a heart virus six months prior to the androids attack, roughly November - December, Age Piccolo was killed by 18 on May 12, Age and the first to be killed by the Androids. Nail because he became one with Piccolo, he died along with him.
Kami died when Piccolo was killed. Vegeta was killed by 17 on May 12, Age Yamcha killed by 17 on May 12, Age Krillin killed by both of the androids on May 12, Age Chiaotzu killed by both of the androids although not shown in the TV series or the special on May 12, Age Gohan managed to survive the initial battle, but is eventually killed thirteen years later in Age Brief may have died from natural cause or was killed when the androids destroyed West City.
Approximately two thirds of the Earth 's population were killed about thirteen years after the androids appearance. Those who survived Trunks was a baby when the androids attacked and he survived the attack on West City.
Bulma managed to survive the onslaught on West City, but several years later, during a rampage, she was killed by Goku Black when he destroys her lab, in Age Puar was on Master Roshi's island. Oolong was on Master Roshi's island. Chi-Chi was at her home in the mountains mourning the loss of her husband and her son. Ox-King was at Chi Chi's home.
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Popo it is assumed that he survived, he may have died in exile later or lived alone on The Lookout. Korin was in his tower.
Dende was on Namekas he was not yet the guardian of Earth. Shin Budokai - Another Road Mai managed to survive the Androids' rampage and regrows into a young woman Characters not born due to the alternate timeline events Goten Goku died of a heart disease six months before the Androids' arrival.
Bulla Vegeta was killed by the Androids.