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Dragon Ball Super: Complete Series [DVD]

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Franko has said that due to a small budget and short schedule, he and his team were not able to do a complete and thorough job of the transfer. Contains Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming and Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly. Unlike the Captain Ginyu Saga, the Frieza Saga does not receive extensive redubbing. Chris Forbis continues to revise portions of Christopher Neel's original script.

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Another note is that in the episodes " Memories of Gohan", " Save the World", " Goku's Decision", and " One More Wish", Mark Britten's voice for Ox-King is left intact. Kyle Hebert still redubbed him in most episodes, but not the four listed. Captain Ginyu's croaking in the first-mentioned of those episodes is still performed by Dale Kelly despite Brice Armstrong redubbing most of his material. Fortuneteller Baba's appearance is left intact with Laurie Steele instead of Linda Young redubbing over it. Linda Young continues to redub her work as Frieza leading up to the character's first transformation, though most of the battle grunts are left intact. Portions of her work as 2nd form Frieza are redubbed as well as redubbing one line for 3rd form Frieza in Episode 82, the line " Oh Piccolo, it's time for school!" is replaced with " Now now, you're not giving up already, ay?" in addition to 3rd form Frieza's voice sound effect being completely and unintentionally removed from the Remastered releases. Frieza's final form is redubbed in episode 84. Redubbing stops at episode 85. This set contains the Fusion Saga and the Kid Buu Saga. There has been portions of redubs and extra dialogue included in this set, such as Kyle Hebert redubbing Christopher Sabat as Ox King. Majin Buu's voice is at the original unedited pitch while the original dubbed voice was deepened. Also Vegito's voice as the fighting candy is at normal pitch while the original dub voice was high pitched. Goku has been given extra dialogue as well as Yamcha (Such as when Goku is unable to transport off Earth during its destruction stating that he is unable to concentrate). One of Gohan's lines in " Granddaughter Pan" is changed when Mr. Satan provides initial seating for him and the other Z-Fighters and another is redubbed with Kyle Hebert replacing Dameon Clarke's voice double from the original. Duncan Brannan's dialogue, plus Wendy Powell's in " Vegito... Downsized" as Baba has been left intact. Sabat's voice as Ox King is retained in " Call to Action" and " Buu's Reincarnation".Christopher Sabat continues to replace Mark Britten as Burter. For some reason, Mark Britten's voice is kept in Episode 92. Similar to Dale Kelly's grunts as Ginyu, most of Britten's battle grunts were retained for Burter.

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Kyle Hebert replaces Dale Kelly as the narrator. Dale Kelly voiced the narrator originally, but Kyle Hebert took over the role beginning with the Great Saiyaman saga, and later narrated the uncut version of the first 67 episodes. (Hebert's redubbed narration was first heard on the Cell Games Saga DVDs starting with Volume 50: Guardian's Return)Interestingly, these box sets, still have a "Clyde Mandelin" credit in the translations area, and do not give a credit to Steve Simmons like the Dragon Ball season sets do. Cover characters: Dr. Gero, Krillin, Vegeta, Android 17, Tien Shinhan, and one Cell Jr. Episode count [ ] Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy ( 悟空外伝! 勇気の証しは四星球 , Gokū Gaiden! Yūki no Akashi wa Sūshinchū , lit. "Goku Sidestory! The Proof of his Courage is the Four-Star Ball")

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Minor changes were made to Christopher Neel's original script, sometimes replacing less-mature sounding dialog, and dialogue that may have sounded awkward in the original version. Example:It has also been said that FUNimation lied in the featurette, Dragon Ball Z Rebirth. At one point, there is a comparison between original film print and "remastered" print. Some have noted that the original film print side is still the "remastered" frame, just sped up to reveal grain. A reason for this may be that FUNimation just created that side to show the audience how the prints did somewhat look alike. Telling from the original frame on top, the picture is most likely that of how it was portrayed. Contains Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone, Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest, Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might, Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug, and Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge. The scene where Bulma escapes from the cave to steal the Dragon Balls was completely redubbed, possibly owing to the master recordings being lost or too damaged to use. Other small changes were made to the script. All other scenes with Bulma were left completely intact.

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Christopher Sabat gives a couple of groans to Recoome in " Ginyu Assault" after Jeice retreats whereas he was silent in the original version. Bizarrely, this was the only new material Recoome was given in the remastered dub. Funimation's GT logo. It is identical to the original logo used in the original Japanese dub and the Blue Water English dub, but with few minor details added. This logo was unveiled in the spring of 2003. The "Anime Comics" manga version of Dragon Ball GT began in the January 2014 issue of Saikyō Jump, starting with the Evil Dragons Arc. Because the original story comes from an anime rather than a manga, this media is sometimes referred to as an animanga, a portmanteau of "anime" and "manga". Brice Armstrong, who performed Ginyu in the Namek Saga, replaces Dale Kelly as Captain Ginyu. Kelly's original voice is still used for some of Ginyu's battle grunts and power-up screams due to Armstrong's age.Several additional characters were also given a redub by various voice actors. Stephanie Nadolny reprised her role as Bulma's electronic diary for a redubbed scene. The three Warrior Namekians originally voiced by Sonny Strait in " Frieza Approaches" were redubbed by Gordon Holey, Mark Lancaster, and Brandon Potter. Two of Frieza's soldiers from " Calling the Eternal Dragon", also previously voiced by Strait, were redubbed by Anthony Bowling and Phil Parsons respectively.

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