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Episode #0485! Mike and Julian continue with a great batch of language-related listener questions and your own personal Japanese master class, as well as dive off into an in-depth chat about the Kanzenshuu approach to and administrative stance on "leaks", both content and news-related in origin.By Kanzenshuu
 
Episode #0484! Mike and Julian discuss the history of the "Hera Clan" in the Dragon Ball franchise, dating back to what seems to be their first named appearance in 1993's "Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2" for the Super Famicom. Where has this name popped up, where has it NOT popped up, and why might this be?! Stay tuned for a variety of language-rel…
 
Episode #0483! Mike brings various wiki gang members back together again to chat up the history of Viz's manga release in America (and various changes throughout multiple printings), music cataloging, hacking away at video games to enable lost features, and fun filler factoids! Stay tuned toward the end for various bits of future website teases!…
 
Episode #0480! Mike brings the team back together again with an exciting batch of topics this episode, including the likely origins of the Galactic Patrol back in DBZ Movie 3, hidden elements and fun trivia lurking behind the camera in the PlayStation 2 games, and a wealth of website and wiki work updates!…
 
Episode #0479! Mike is alive and so is the rest of the team! Join us for a few check-ins with website and wiki staff: Heath tells us all about the updated animation production guide, Terez takes us through wiki management and some of her projects, Ken gives us the scoop on techniques and the timeline, and Mike has a few thoughts of his own, too!…
 
Episode #0478! Mike and Ian review the five bonus manga chapters in the Jump Victory Carnival 2019 Official Guide Book. This year, Toyotaro undercuts the 2018 theatrical film, Yoshitaka Nakagama provides some background on the Super Dragon Ball Heroes villains, Naho Ooishi tells a fantastical fever dream, and Hiroshi Otogi sure does draw two pages.…
 
Episode #0477! Mike and Joe dig into some of the hidden easter eggs littered through the eighth Dragon Ball Z film. From the Turtle Hermit busting out an Arale mask, to Kuririn singing a popular folk song, to Gohan's seminar application, the film is a freeze-frame-frenzy of fun! A brief news recap and continued wiki teases round out the episode.…
 
Episode #0474! Mike and Meri time travel twenty years into the past to relive "Captain Ginyu - Assault" on home video. "Season Three" officially begins with a new voice cast and new musical score, but how does this fit into the larger Dragon Ball fandom at the time? Tune in as our collective trauma resurfaces, nostalgia is thrown out the window, an…
 
Episode #0472! Mike and Julian go behind-the-scenes to discuss some of the recent name spelling disparities between not just the official licensees, but also with us here at Kanzenshuu. What is suddenly driving this attempt at consistency from the top down, and why do we sometimes feel the need to be different? Where can you compromise, and where s…
 
Episode #0471! Mike, Julian, and Ian review Toyotaro's "debut" manga series (in an official capacity, anyway): "Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission" from 2012-2014. The odd little promotional manga that could somehow grew into a legitimate serialization and arguably shaped the future of the "Dragon Ball Heroes" franchise for years to come. What las…
 
Episode #0470! Mike and Heath check in on "Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission" before chatting out the latest entry in the long-running saga of questionable-at-best, depressing-at-worst FUNimation Dragon Ball Z home video releases. Who do they think they are making this 30th anniversary Blu-ray set for, and why do we keep repeating history ove…
 
Episode #0469! Mike and Julian wrap up a two-part retrospective looking at official fusion designs created by fans. We conclude in 2016 with the "Dragon Ball Fusions" contest that spawned Great Satanman, Gorus, and Taks, and take a look at the surrounding circumstances that led to incomplete implementation all around!…
 
Episode #0468! Mike and Julian kick off a two-part retrospective looking at official fusion designs created by fans. We begin back in 1995 with Akira Toriyama's own design of Piririn and the contest soliciting new designs. Tune in for the history behind these artists, and how some of these designs were re-used and re-interpreted many years later. B…
 
Episode #0467! Mike and Kirran check in on the trainwreck that is "Jump Force", the latest crossover fighting game in support of Jump's 50th anniversary. The big question: is it a hilarious trainwreck, or is it just awful? Tune in for all this and a tease of upcoming website content and the next podcast episode!…
 
Episode #0466! Mike and Julian catch up on listener questions, and end up doing a mini manga historical lesson in the process, discussing all of the various releases in Japan and some of the changes made to each along the way. Tune in for an update on our family name guide and a wealth of other great questions!…
 
Episode #0465! Mike speaks with Jake and Ajay about "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" from its Japanese theatrical debut! With all of the production changes thrown into the mix while simultaneously pulling various echoes of the franchise's past to form a new story, how does it all hold up in the end? Stick around after the review for a bittersweet farewel…
 
Episode #0464! Mike, Julian, and Heath discuss some of the top Dragon Ball stories of 2018 before taking a look at last year's predictions. With Super known to be coming to a close and a new movie on the horizon, how well did we plot out 2018? Stick around for new 2019 predictions from the staff and listeners!…
 
Episode #0463! Mike and Julian dive into the history of the Galactic Patrol! With "Shiirasu" appearing as a new antagonist in "Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission" for the Nintendo Switch alongside the new "Galactic Patrol Prisoner arc" beginning in the "Dragon Ball Super" manga, we thought it would be appropriate to discuss where we are today …
 
Episode #0462! Mike and Julian dig into the "Super Dragon Ball Heroes 8th Anniversary Super Guide" featuring interviews with game producer Wataru Higuchi and animator/supervisor/designer Tadayoshi Yamamuro. What were some of the growing pains in the leap to "Super Dragon Ball Heroes" and what has Yamamuro been up to lately with the promotional anim…
 
Episode #0461! Mike and Julian discuss the Dragon Ball franchise's long and storied history with spoilers, from its original serialization up through today. What are the similarities regardless of time, and how has modern technology in particular made certain issues worse than ever before? Are there any solutions, or does the franchise need an adju…
 
Episode #0458! Mike, Julian, and Stacey crack open the case of being "Reincarnated as Yamcha", which recently saw its official English translation from Viz. How does Dragon Garow Lee's talent carry over to an official product? What kind of story winds up being told, particularly in contrast to how its official rights holders may describe it? What a…
 
Episode #0457! Mike and Jake fire up the podcast cannons to take a look at the biggest examples of writers, producers, and marketers maybe perhaps thinking about possibly making some kind of relatively concrete statement about A True Canon™ for the Dragon Ball series. What are some of the trends in the phrasing we have seen over the years, and what…
 
Episode #0456! Mike and Julian return to the 30th anniversary "Super History Book" and its game producer interviews regarding the "Dragon Ball Z" (Budokai), "Sparking!" (Budokai Tenkaichi), and "Xenoverse" game series. What are some of the untold stories leading up to their creation, and how do fans and production teams alike look back on them?…
 
Episode #0452! Mike and Randy discuss "Dragon Ball FighterZ" and its debut at Evo 2018! How did the final eight shake out, what did the lineups look like, and what have we learned about the game since launch? Tune in for a nice overview of the tournament, and stick around for some extra news and website content!…
 
Episode #0451! Mike, Meri, and Jeff continue onward in the "Dragon Ball GT Review of Awesomeness" to cover "Dragon Ball GT" episodes 32-35! Oob enters the fray to challenge Baby, but when his own attack is turned on him, the only option left is a still-in-progress Goku. With his tail back in the picture, how will things shake out? And just how many…
 
Episode #0450! Mike and Heath do a mid-year check-in on the group's 2018 predictions. Especially with "Dragon Ball Super" coming to a close and a new theatrical film on the horizon, how are our predictions shaking out so far? What were the big misses, and what tossaway comments came to fruition?By Kanzenshuu
 
Episode #0449! Mike and Heath discuss the history of Broli: who created him, how he came to be, and where he fits in with the larger Dragon Ball franchise. With Akira Toriyama seemingly taking the character for his own in this year's forthcoming movie, where does that leave Takao Koyama's original creation, and what, if anything, does the film's pr…
 
Episode #0448! Mike, Julian, and Jake provide a brief history of "Dragon Ball Heroes" before diving into a review of the first "Super Dragon Ball Heroes" promotional anime episode. We've had plenty of TV series, movies, OVAs, and other special features; how does this one hold up, and what do we think the future holds?…
 
Episode #0447! Mike, Meri, and Jeff continue onward in the "Dragon Ball GT Review of Awesomeness" to cover "Dragon Ball GT" episodes 28-31! Though our heroic trio returns from space with the Ultimate Dragon Balls, all hope is lost when they find Baby has infected and enslaved the entire population of Earth. Who can possible take on Baby now?!…
 
Episode #0446! Mike, Randy, and Stacey scientifically rank the eleven "Dragon Ball Super" ending theme songs. Which are the best sing-a-long songs, which represent Dragon Ball best, and which should have been scrapped in the studio? There's no arguing against science! Tune in for the completely unbiased ranking and stick around for a little bit of …
 
Episode #0445! Mike chats with Rich and Jeff about accusations of Toyotarō tracing artwork in the lead-up to his July 2018 V-Jump cover contribution. To lighten the mood a little bit, Julian and Meri join for a quick breeze through 2015's "Dragon Ball 590 Quiz Book". Play along at home and see how strong you are!…
 
Episode #0444! Mike and Julian dive into interviews with video game producers Nobuyuki and Toshihiro Suzuki from the 30th Anniversary "Super History Book". Learn all about the 2:00 a.m. feedback sessions, getting the most out of the Famicom, running up against the anime and the manga, and teaching Akira Toriyama how to do special moves!…
 
Episode #0443! Mike, Julian, and Ajay discuss new character designs revealed for the upcoming 2018 "Dragon Ball Super" theatrical film as well as a recent interview with Dragon Ball Room manager Akio Iyoku. Stay tuned for a brief chat about a new "Dragon Ball Heroes" promotional anime, which could either be something or... well, it sure will be a t…
 
Episode #0442! Mike brings on Ajay and Stacey to chat about "Kameha-con", a brand-new convention held in Texas this month. From Ajay's perspective, learn what it was like to both run panels and enjoy the weekend as a general attendee. Meanwhile, from Stacey's perspective, learn what it was like to hang out with and interpret for Ryo Horikawa for an…
 
Episode #0441! Mike and Julian discuss "The Adventure of Tongpoo", a one-shot Akira Toriyama drew in 1983 which served as one step along the way to creating "Dragon Ball" itself. What feels different here from "Dragon Boy" earlier that same year? We wrap things up with a look at a series of drafts taking us from a straight "Journey to the West" ada…
 
Episode #0440! Mike and Julian discuss some of the ideas in "Dr. Slump" that would later make their way into "Dragon Ball" before moving on to "Dragon Boy", a two-part comic Akira Toriyama drew in 1983 which served as one step along the way to creating "Dragon Ball" itself. What changes are visible in the artwork, panel construction, and writing st…
 
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