Stunning animation and epic new villains highlight the first new Dragon Ball Z feature film in seventeen years! Beerus, the God of Destruction, travels to Earth in search of a good fight. Only Goku, humanity’s greatest hero, can ascend to the level of a Super Saiyan God and stop Beerus’s rampage!
This double disc edition includes both the 85 minute Theatrical Cut and the 105 minute Director’s Cut. Both versions include the English and Japanese dubs and English subtitles. This edition also includes bonus content including “The Voices of Dragon Ball Z: Unveiled” and “Behind The Scenes: Battle of Voice Actors!
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DBZ Battle of Gods is Dragon ball back to it's best. Akira Toriyama has rewritten cannon and after GT left a sour taste in most fans throat. The new movies, including the Resurrection of F, due out summer '15, is helping a generation of fans of Goku and friends relive those exciting adventures. This film is a must watch for old and new fans of the anime alike.
I've grown up watching Dragonball Z. Much like many of the people that still watch it today. This film felt like an up-to-date, fresh approach to the familiar stories that I was used to as a child. Beerus is an incredible character, by far, one of the most likeable and down to earth villains ever on the show. The story was exciting, unpredictable in places and there were good jokes throughout. If you're a fan of the series then you have no reason to not buy this. If you're not a fan yet then I suggest going back through the Dragonball Z collection before watching this as it will make the film a much better watch.
Arrived quickly and in perfect condition not much else to say.