How’s that for a long headline title? Anyway, this was somehow a thing, and even weirder is it ended up getting a collected physical release that ended up being released here in the UK! My review of That Time I Got Reincarnated as Yamcha is up on Anime UK News HERE. It’s both as weird, and as funny, as it sounds… unless you’re not into Dragon Ball, then it’ll be a confusing mess…
Dragon Ball is iconic, inspired so many Shonen manga that came after it, and is one of my favourite shows of all time, but I’ve ranked it only #4 in this list?! Yeah, well, this is top debut arcs, and although this has some good, funny moments, it has some pretty unfunny ones as well… Not enough to knock it off the list entirely, obviously, more good than bad and all that. Anyway, it’s also another debut arc that doesn’t actually represent what the show would become, though it took a lot longer to end up more action focused this time. So let’s take a look at what is actually my first Dragon Ball review for this blog, despite 101 reviews elsewhere!
Yep, even as the show stops streaming, I’m still covering Dragon Ball Super! My review of the “Part 3” Blu-ray release can be found HERE.
My latest review of the Dragon Ball Super TV series is now up on Anime UK News, and can be viewed by clicking HERE. Covering seven episodes this time, the “Tournament of Power” continues to effect universes across the… er, multi-verse, I guess?
10 years after they were released on blu-ray in the US, and over 20 years since they were theatrically released, we here in the UK are finally getting the original 13 DBZ movies (and presumably the two TV Specials as well), and of course being Anime UK News’s resident Dragon Ball guy, I get to review them! Click HERE for the first set of two movies, Movie #1: Dead Zone, and Movie #2: The World’s Strongest, with many more to come!
It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that I was chosen to be the reviewer for the physical releases of the Dragon Ball Super, at least up until they catch up with my streaming reviews anyway. So HERE is the first 13 episodes, on blu-ray no less!
My latest review of episodes from the currently airing Dragon Ball Super has gone up at Anime UK News HERE. Goku gets a new transformation! Yep, it’s that time of the year! … or month, really… 😛
I’m a sad man… not as in I’m unhappy, but as in I’ve kept track of the things I’ve reviewed over the past few years, and I can now say that, if you combine my reviews for Anime UK News, here on this blog, my sparsely updated gaming blog and my long-abandoned but still technically active wrestling review blog, then you get the grand total of 199! So for my 200th published review I though I’d publish one of my first reviews ever. This is the review I wrote as a sample review in order to eventually land the Anime UK News job, but since there was already a perfectly fine Dragon Ball Z Kai Season 1 review up, it obviously went unused (beyond the use of proving I can write reviews and getting me the job, obviously!), but that also means it doesn’t fall under the category being property of Anime UK News, meaning I can post the review here.
So I thought it would be fun to post it as a celebration of my reviews, especially as that would mean I won’t just have Seasons 2-4 links on this site and I can complete the set. So here it is, no pictures, just the text that got me started down this path…
My review of the latest six episodes of Dragon Ball Super have gone up on Anime UK News, and can be found by clicking HERE . It’s been a long time since I’ve watched such relentless action!
My latest review of the on-going Dragon Ball Super is up on Anime UK News, and can be found by clicking HERE .