Goku’s adventures have been an irreplaceable part of every child’s heart. When Kakarot overcomes formidable, malevolent enemies and keeps training to improve, it motivates us all.
HBO Max recently announced that it is adding Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters to the platform in October. This is a cause for celebration for anime fans blessed with an HBO Max subscription, as the catalog of HBO Max is only updated to include Dragon Ball Z Kai in that massive region.
It can be said with certainty that Mexicans, Colombians, and Brazilians love and appreciate Japanese animation more than what’s produced in the U.S. Thus, Dragon Ball Z Kai will help the platform gain hundreds, if not thousands of subscribers over the next few weeks. You can take a look at these tweets to know more about this topic.
Most of us grew up watching Dragon Ball Z on various T.V. channels every day. Frieza’s dictatorial tendencies are etched clearly in our minds and shall never be erased. Cell is also a pretty cool villain who spent his entire life chasing after perfection, playing mind games against his Saiyan and Android opponents. We should also remember that Gohan truly shone as Goku’s son when he fought against Cell.
Dragon Ball Z Kai
The revised version of the original hit series, Dragon Ball Z Kai, was released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the anime. The manga was created and sketched under the expert guidance of Akira Toriyama, who serves as an influence to numerous mangaka like Tite Kubo, Horikoshi, and so on.
The broadcast of the remastered version started on April 2009 (Saiyan Saga) and ended in 2014 with the Evil Buu Saga. This series included new sketches obtained by digital tracing past footage and was a painstaking process for the animators working for Toei. Most of the original voice actors reprised their roles.
Antagonists like Vegeta, Frieza, the Androids, Cell, and finally, Buu are part of this tale. So Latin fans, keep calm while Goku and his buddies are headed your way.
What do you think about this announcement? Should HBO Max release Dragon Ball Kai in other regions besides Latin America?
Will that help them in the long run, much like the director’s cut of Justice League? Be frank and hit us with your unfiltered opinion in the comments section.