Dragon Ball Z - Completo [Trial-Audio][Subs][HD][720p] BrRip
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Dragon Ball Z (Doragon Boru Zetto, abbreviated as DBZ) is the long-term sequel to the anime Dragon Ball. The series is an adaptation near the second part of the Dragon Ball manga written and drawn by Akira Toriyama. In the United States, the second part of the manga is also titled Dragon Ball Z to prevent confusion for younger readers.The years pass, Goku discovers through his evil brother who is not human but a Saiyan. The Z Warriors then faced with dozens of battles over the series with 291 episodes.Dragon Ball Z: follows the adventures of Goku adult who, along with his companions, defends the earth against an assortment of villains ranging from intergalactic space fighters and conquerors, unnaturally powerful androids and near indestructible magical creatures. While the original Dragon Ball anime followed Goku through childhood into adulthood, Dragon Ball Z is a continuation of his adult life, but while a parallel with the maturation of his son, Gohan, as well as characters from Dragon Ball and much more. The separation between the series is also significant as the latter series takes on a more dramatic tone and serious. The anime also features characters, situations and stories back is not present in the original manga.Dragon Ball Z: The first season is the first volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic portions Saga Vegeta (also known as the Saga Saiyan), episodes 1-39.Dragon Ball Z: Season Two is the second volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the full episode portions of the Namek Saga and Captain Ginyu Saga, episodes 40-74.Dragon Ball Z: The third season is the third volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic portions of the Frieza Saga, episodes 75-107.Dragon Ball Z: The fourth season is the fourth volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic portions of the Garlic Jr. Saga Saga Trunks and Androids, episodes 108-139.Dragon Ball Z: The Fifth Season is the fifth volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic installments of the saga of Imperfect Cell and Perfect Cell Saga, episodes 140-165.Dragon Ball Z: The sixth season is the sixth volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic portions of the Cell Games Saga, episodes 166-194.Dragon Ball Z: Season seven is the seventh volume of FUNimation Entertainment Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases. It includes the complete episodic installments in the saga, the tournament of this world and Saga Great Saiyaman, episodes 195-219.Dragon Ball Z: The Eighth Season is the eighth volume of Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases by FUNimation Entertainment. It includes the complete episodic installments of Babidi Majin Buu Saga and Saga, episode 220 to 253.Dragon Ball Z: The Ninth season is the ninth and final volume of the Dragon Ball Z Blu-ray releases by FUNimation Entertainment. It includes the total episodic installments Fusion Saga & Kid Buu Saga, Episode 254-291.• Title: Dragon Ball Z - Blu-Ray Version• Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Action• No. Episodios: 291• Year: 2014• Video Quality: BRRip• Video Format: MKV• Video Codec: x264• Audio Codec: AAC• Resolution: 1280x720• Average Duration: 24 minutes• Average size: 316 MB• Audio Language: English, potuguês-US, English-I, Japanese.• Legend: Portuguese-BR (#Kintoun - by metalraphael) and English• Remasterizadores: Harlley / MetalRaphael / LMS / hugokamus / Sl3nd3r / paulo_toy• Employees: hugoKamus / Phil / FiveStar / Sl3nd3r• Uploader: Paulo_toyWhen Dragon Ball Z was first produced in the US, FUNimation Entertainment collaborated with Saban Entertainment to finance and distribute the television series, video distribution was sub-licensed to Pioneer Entertainment (later known as Geneon Universal Entertainment) hiring Ocean Productions to dub the anime in English, and Shuki Levy hired to compose an alternative musical score. This dub Dragonball Z has edited by much content as well as the length, reducing the first 67 episodes in 53, and is often referred to as the Ocean Dub. It aired in 1996 for two seasons on the WB, but was canceled in 1998.A year later, after gaining popularity recently found in Toonami, the series was reconsidered for follow up. FUNimation began dubbing of the episodes 54-276 (in the series finale) on their own, with their own actors for the voices and studio equipment 13 September 1999 to 07 April 2003. This redub is often referred to as the FUNimation Dub.Directed by: Chris Cason, Kent WilliamsProduced by: Gen Fukunaga (executive) Cindy Brennan Fukunaga (executive) (FUNimation Entertainment)Written by: Akira Toriyama (author original series)
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