– Aug 08, 2021 – 08:44:30 PM
After the great success of the anime of Dragon ball, Toei Animation looked for ways to expand it through movies, OVAs, and animated specials.
There are so many productions, that sometimes it is a bit confusing to be aware of all of them. Technically, there are only 20 films, leaving out of course the horrible version live-action. The vast majority of them, although they were shown in Japanese cinemas, never made it to western theaters.
Dragon Ball has 20 movies in stock
Fortunately, they can be purchased on Blu-ray, DVD, or video-on-demand services. They also reached cable, satellite and broadcast television over the years, but they do not usually repeat themselves very often.
Luckily, there will soon be the opportunity to enjoy them in the form of a ‘marathon’, and all thanks to Warner channel. The channel recently announced that it will air several of the series’ films in September for the pleasure of all fans.
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The first wave of these films, all of which will be based on Dragon Ball Z, will arrive on September 13.
Will be DBZ: Give me back my Gohan (1989), DBZ: The strongest man in the world (1990), DBZ: The greatest battle in this world is about to begin (1990), DBZ: Goku is a Super Saiyan (1991) and DBZ: The Most Powerful Rivals (1991).
These tapes will be shown throughout the day, but will start from 10:30 am
Warner Channel will run a marathon with eight films
The second batch will arrive the next day, and will only comprise three tapes. They are about DBZ: The Most Powerful Warriors (1992), DBZ: The fight of the three Saiyans (1992) and DBZ: Invincible Power (1993).
In this case, the fun should start from 11: 40-11: 42 am It should be noted that the aforementioned hours correspond to central Mexico time, so they must make the corresponding adjustment to their country.
These movies, while they should be taken apart from the general canon, have been exploited over the years. Especially in video games, and more recently, for Super Dragon Ball Heroes.
This anime, which serves to promote a card arcade in Japan, has taken up several characters from these films, especially villains. It is a way with which Toei Animation he took up everything he has done over the years.
Source: Warner channel.