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Dragon Ball Complete Collection Part 1 (Sagas 1-6, Fatpack, DVD) $43 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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After being refunded for the pricing error with the recent kai complete series this deal came to light. Enjoy.

Meet Goku… a brave, innocent young boy with incredible powers, who is plunged into a mystical adventure in exotic lands. This normal little boy (if you count having a tail as normal!) and his screwy friends are looking for the 7 mystical Dragon Balls with which one can summon a charmed Dragon who will grant a single wish! The first 6 sagas of the original Dragon Ball series packed into one giant box!

Dragon Ball Complete Collection Part 2 (Sagas 7-11) (Fatpack) (DVD) $43 delivered down from $79.95

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  • +1 vote

    Is this any good

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      I love the dragon ball franchise but I've been watching DBZ since I was a kid and I don't hear much about people just getting into Dragon Ball now. That being said I only watch the original Dragon Ball show (This) for the first time at 21 and loved it, I consider it better than DBZ and would suggest it over Z as a starting point. If you want to test the water Dragon Ball is streaming on Animelab.

    • +2 votes

      Its a good mix of kung fu fighting and comedy
      Example NSFW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66ly9knCCco

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      A different genre to Z, and not as repetitive as Z. Would recommend.

    • +1 vote

      Dragon Ball is an adventure show. Dragon Ball Z is an action/fighting show.

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      Not good it is amazing.

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    Agreed with triple cheese, better than Z

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    Thanks! Now need to find a cheap DVD player

    • +1 vote

      DVD's work on blu-ray players. If you have a PS3/4 or a Xbox One then that'll do the trick

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    Hoping they have a Saint Seiya pack soon. and Robotech… the good old times

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    "You're a girl!"

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    I kinda want this but it feels wrong buying a DVD. The format is two generations old but still keeps kicking somehow.

    I have the Dragon Ball Z Level 1.1 and 1.2 sets on Blu-ray and they were a sight to behold.