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Dragon Ball Z Season Six Box Set

Guest Author - Lesley Aeschliman

The Dragon Ball Z Season Six DVD box set includes six DVDs that contain 29 episodes. The first three discs contain six episodes, the fourth disc contains five episodes, the fifth disc contains three episodes, and the sixth disc contains three episodes and the DVD extras. The focus of the episodes on this set is the Cell Games saga.

On the main menu of the first five discs, you can choose to watch all the episodes, watch the disc with the marathon feature, choose which episode you want to watch, and set up your language and subtitle options. One of the best features of the Dragon Ball Z sets is the marathon feature; this allows you to watch all of the episodes back-to-back. However, with the marathon feature, you only see the opening credits once, and the ending credits are not shown. This feature is very helpful when you’re trying to watch all of the episodes on a disc in a single sitting.

In the setup menu, you can choose between the English audio from when the series originally aired on television, the English dialogue with the original Japanese music, and Japanese dialogue and music. In this menu, you can also choose to turn the subtitles on and off.

The menu on the sixth DVD adds in a link for the special features. However, the features aren’t very special. All you get are the textless versions of the opening and ending credits (which is a feature that was included on the previous five DVD box sets), and trailers. The trailers included on this set are for One Piece, xxxHOLIC, Hana, Case Closed, Jyu-Oh-Sei, Love and Honor, Vexille, and Dragon Ball Z.

I also have issues with the audio mastering levels on this set. FUNimation’s splash screen at the beginning of the discs, the trailer at the start of the disc, and the menu are mastered at a high audio level. However, the actual episodes themselves were mastered at a very soft audio level. And on this set, a couple of the episodes were mastered even lower than usual, so the sound was rather muddy and very hard to hear.

While I was disappointed with the audio levels and the lack of special features, this set is still a “must get” for any Dragon Ball Z fan that wants all the episodes on DVD. This 29-episode set sells for anywhere between $30 and $50.

In order to write this review, I checked out a copy of this DVD box set through the King County Library System.

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
What Is the Tournament?
The Doomsday Broadcast
Meet Me in the Ring
No Worries Here
A Girl Named Lime
Memories Of Gohan
A New Guardian
Dende's Dragon
The Puzzle of General Tao
The Games Begin
Losers Fight First
Goku vs. Cell
Cell's Bag of Tricks
No More Rules
The Fight Is Over
Faith in a Boy
Gohan's Plea
Android Explosion

Disc 4
Disc 5
Disc 6
Cell Juniors Attack!
The Awakening
The Unstoppable Gohan
Cell's Breakdown
A Hero's Farewell
Cell Returns!
The Horror Won't End
Save The World

Goku's Decision
One More Wish
Free The Future

Bonus Features
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