Saturday, July 5, 2014

Dragon Ball Z (TV) - Season 7 Bluray Release Announced

FUNimation Entertainment has announced the Blu-ray release of Dragon Ball Z: Season 7 Uncut, which features episodes 195-219 of the classic anime series, presented in remastered high definition. The 4-disc Season 7 set streets on September 16th.

Official Synopsis: Seven years of peace have passed since the defeat of the monstrous Cell, and the Z-Fighters have enjoyed a return to normal life. Goku has eagerly continued his training in Other World, Krillin has gotten married, and Gohan has renewed his scholarly pursuits while attempting to navigate the pitfalls of high school. Two fresh new Saiyan faces have also appeared on the scene - Goku's son Goten, and Vegeta's son Trunks.

Now, the time has come for the Z-Fighters to reunite, as the new World Martial Arts Tournament is set to begin. The greatest warriors on Earth have come together for their chance to capture the title of the reigning champion, Mr. Satan - but behind the scenes, sinister forces are at work. An evil eye watches the competitors' every move, waiting for the opportune moment to strike. The action grows fierce on the tournament floor, but for the Z-Fighters, the real fight is only just beginning

Season 7 has undergone a frame-by-frame restoration to remove blemishes, tape marks and foreign bodies from the film. All three audio tracks have been re-mastered in the interest of noise reduction and superior sound quality, and the colors are bolder and more vibrant. Lastly, a precise shot-by-shot reframing of the entire series was done to create "a modern HD widescreen presentation."

The Blu-ray release of Season 7 includes episodes 195-219 presented in 1080p at a 16:9 aspect ratio. The set features Japanese audio and two English tracks: the U.S. English-language broadcast dub and a mix with English dialogue and Japanese music. Bonus content:
  • Inside Dragon Ball Z: Interview with Justin Cook
  • Inside Dragon Ball Z: Interview with Nathanael Harrison
  • Dragon Ball Z Card Game: Past, Present and Future
  • Textless Opening Song
  • Textless Closing Song
  • U.S. Trailer
  • Trailers

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