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Posted by Daenerys on May 24, 2010 @ 12:29:07 PM in Anime / Manga
The Dragon Ball Z Kai anime series will premiere on the American television channel Nicktoons on Monday at 8:00 p.m. EDT. The television series condenses the 1989-1996 Dragon Ball Z anime series to more closely follow Akira Toriyama's original Dragon Ball manga. In addition to a digital high-definition remastering and a re-recorded soundtrack, Dragon Ball Kai also updates selected scenes with new effects or re-animated footage. The series premiered under the name Dragon Ball Kai in Japan last year, and it has consistently ranked among the top 10 anime in viewer ratings every week since.

Funimation already released the first part of Dragon Ball Z Kai on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on May 18. The series will also run on 4Kids Entertainment's renamed Toonzai television programming block on The CW network during the 2010-2011 television broadcast season.
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Posted by Daenerys on May 15, 2010 @ 08:03:01 PM in Anime / Manga
The American anime distributor Funimation and the anime licensing company 4Kids Entertainment have announced that the Dragon Ball Z Kai action anime series will air on Saturdays during the 2010-2011 television broadcast season on TheCW4Kids programming block. Before the regular season premiere, TheCW4Kids will run "sneak peeks" of the anime during the summer, and the program will also be streaming from the www.4kids.tv and www.4kidstv.com websites.
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 05, 2009 @ 10:52:59 AM in News Articles



NAMCO Bandai Games America has confirmed that they have licensed the exclusive North American rights to publish videogames for the Dragon Ball franchise from 2010 to 2014. While Atari currently holds the agreement with FUNimation for the Dragon Ball game rights, the agreement ends this year. FUNimation Entertainment has made attempts to terminate Atari's license in October of 2007, but Atari negotiated the continuation of the license in December of that year.

The games are based on Akira Toriyama's fighting action manga and Toei Animation's anime adapatation of that manga. NAMCO Bandai Games America negotiated with Toei and FUNimation for the new agreement. The new agreement not set to officially start until 2009, will be preceeded by the publisher releasing 3 Dragon Ball games for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and DS.

The games are:

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3 consoles,
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo for the Nintendo Wii console
Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans for the Nintendo DS system

Source: Anime News Network
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on July 04, 2009 @ 05:38:41 PM in News Articles
FUNimation annoucned that is has licensed Production I.G's Sengoku Basara television anime series. In addition they have also announced they will release the first season of Dragon Ball in a DVD box (the first 31 episodes) will ship on September 15th.

The license to One Piece has not been lost, said FUNimation Entertainment and the DVDs will still continue to be released. Though they have also said they do not have a license for the Evangelion 2.0 You can (NOT) advance yet.

This was all announced at their Anime Expo Saturday panel.

Source: Anime News Network
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