TV Series | TV-PG | | Animation, Action, Adventure
After learning that he is from another planet, a warrior named Goku and his friends are prompted to defend it from an onslaught of extraterrestrial enemies.
Vegito's name comes from Vegeta combined with the Japanese form of Goku's Saiyan name, Kakarotto.
I've had enough of this game of cat and mouse! Let's show him what the Ginyu Force is really about!
Jeice: We've had enough of this, ya coward. Now make a move!
Burter: Jeice, are you all right? Is it bleeding? Jeice, be careful or you'll stain your gloves.
There are numerous animation errors and consistencies throughout the series. Often, for a single frame or two, someone will be drawn in the wrong outfit or their outfit will be the wrong color. Likewise, some characters general appearances/color schemes will change for no apparent reason (Nappa and Vegeta before their arrival on earth come to mind.)
When Dragon Ball Z was first dubbed, the opening credits used a mix of footage from the series, from the first three movies, and the Japanese intro sequences. It was accompanied by an American-only theme song called Rock the Dragon. This intro was unusual in that it had footage from movies that never aired on TV at the time, and in that it showed many things that would not happen until much later in the series, and not as a part of this dubbed version (Future Trunks, short-haired Yamcha, Super Saiyan transformations, etc.)
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