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Dragon Ball UK DVD Release Details

Friday 31st January 2014


Following our announcement of Dragon Ball coming to the UK we want to take a moment to clarify a few details...

Dragon Ball Logo - Since our announcement we have had it confirmed by TOEI Animation (The Licensor) that the masters being used for our release will be those used in Australia by Madman Entertainment. At the time of our announcement this had not been confirmed to us.

- Stemming from this confirmation, we can now confirm that the episode breakdown for the 5 box sets will be:

  • Season 1: Episodes 1-28 (The Emperor Pilaf and First World Martial Arts Championship sagas)

  • Season 2: Episodes 29-57 (Red Ribbon Army and General Blue sagas)

  • Season 3: Episodes 58-83 (Commander Red and Fortune Teller Baba sagas)

  • Season 4: Episodes 84-122 (Tien Shinhan and King Piccolo sagas)

  • Season 5: Episodes 123-153 (Piccolo Jnr. saga Parts 1 and 2)


- The first 4 Seasons will each be 4-discs sets, where as Season 5 will be a 6-disc box set.

- The UK box sets will be branded as "Season" sets, not "Collection" or "Saga" sets. This is to follow the same pattern of releases that we have implemented for Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT. The reason for keeping them as "Season" sets is to ensure there no confusion with the box sets in retail. We appreciate that fans of the series wouldn't be confused if presented differently, but we want to make sure that everyone has complete clarity when it comes to the presentation of the box sets.

- The information and artwork designs being shown on online retailer listings will be updated accordingly to reflect the above.
You can pre-order all 5 season box sets of Dragon Ball today from Amazon UK at http://amzn.to/1dWW6kC

If you have any questions on the above information please feel free to ask.
Kind regards.
Manga Entertainment UK

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Death Note Complete Series And Ova Collectors Edition

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On Blu-ray for the first time! Collected across 6 discs containing all 37 episodes of the hit anime series plus the bonus Death Note: Relight OVAs.

Light Yagami is a genius high school student who is about to learn about life through a book of death. When a bored shinigami, God of Death, named Ryuk drops a black notepad called a Death Note, Light receives power over life and death with the stroke of a pen. Determined to use this dark gift for the best, Light sets out to rid the world of evil... namely the people he believes to be evil.
Should anyone hold such power?
The consequences of Light’s actions will set the world ablaze.

Contains episodes 1-37 plus Death Note Relight OVAs on a bonus Blu-ray disc
Also features exclusive collectors edition rigid box packaging
Languages: English, Japanese and English Subtitles

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