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Or you could just watch them online or download them for free.
Its cooler to actually have it
I guess... Still though I personally wouldn't spend money on something I could get for free
Hey bros, I've been trying for a while to decide which DVD set for DBZ I want, maybe you bros can help me. I prefer the funi nation dub and I would like as many special features as possible. I do have a blu ray player (my ps3) and I have some other blu rays. I like dvd's better but I'm not too picky about the format. I would like a complete set so I can start watching ASAP. I'm willing to answer any questions to help me find the best set. And while I'm at it. I wanted a dragon ball dvd set too. Thanks
As for Dragon Ball, I only know of the remastered box sets on DVD, of which there's four. I can't vouch for the quality though, as I've yet to pick them up myself.
Yeah there are people selling the entire dragon box set all together and with added little extras al over eBay. I'm just gonna look at different options, add up the costs and see which bundle will be the best deal. I want to wait for the blu ray release of the funi nation dub but like I said blu rays a little more of a pain inthe ass than DVDs are because I gotta use my ps3. And I'm not hardcore enough to watch the Japanese dub. Too distracting xP
There's 5. I can't really tell any difference between them and the orange Dbz sets, so I would assume they're the same. If you're willing to spend the money, I would go with the dragon box sets. But the orange remastered sets will do just fine if you don't want to spend the extra cash. As for the music, I honestly can't remember what they have. I own both the orange box set and the dragon box set and I can't remember. It's been a while since I've watched them. But I see Kiyza answered that so it doesn't really matter that I couldnt remember. Or you could go old school and buy them on VHS or the old DVD sets that had the same covers as the VHS tapes.
Also, don't bother with the individual VHS/ DVD releases. Not only are they laughably bad quality most of the time, but they never completed the full series. Plus, the whole 3 episodes to a disc (most of the time) means it'll take up an assload of shelf space.
What exactly are they missing?
Ok I'm not sure I can live without the Bruce faulconer score, the music just makes everything for better for me. But I hate widescreen I mean damnit, why can they release one set that has evry option available and let the fans choose what they wanna hear? C'mon funimation!!!