Dragon Ball fans waiting for the legendary franchise's return to the medium that spawned it were disappointed to learn this week that it is not to be -- at least, not exactly. As confirmed by Dragon Ball fansite Daizenshuu EX, the property
If you think you wasted a few too many hours of your life indulging in the anime offerings of Cartoon Network, Soulja Boy may have you beat. His well-documented passion for Superman and the cast of "Dragon Ball Z" aside, the rapper's taste for other animated fare is finally being explored in his recent "Anime" and "Death Note Mixtape" releases.
Most of the tracks off the "Death Note Mixtape" have been floating around on YouTube for aw
Fans of the "Dragon Ball" franchise are most likely already aware of the existence of "Dragon Ball Origins" and its upcoming sequel, both of which are video games for the Nintendo DS. What those same fans might not be aware of, however, is the impending availability of a "Dragon Ball: Origins 2" downloadable demo arriving next week
Just as Akira Toriyama's "Dragon Ball" manga epic became so bloated in anime form that it required severe trimming in the new 100-episode "Dragon Ball Kai," so has the DB video game franchise been hampered by slow downs in the form of graphical limitations. Even as technology has caught up with the demands DB's lightning quick battles and energy manipulations present, it's be
"Drag-On Ball Z." That's what Comics Alliance's assistant editor Caleb Goellner used to call "Dragon Ball Z," the anime and manga series that inspired a horrible movie starring James Marsters. We can point and laugh at Caleb's ridiculous name-calling late
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