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Let's Fly Away! The Worst To Best Dragon Ball Films

With the upcoming release of Dragon Ball Z: The Revival of F, It's time again to look back to the series that arguably is one of the most influential and popular manga/anime franchises. A while ago, we looked at the sagas that made up the main series from worst to best. This time, we'll be rating the 19 official… »4/09/15 10:00pm4/09/15 10:00pm

Fan-Made DBZ Webseries Is 1,000,000x Better Than Dragonball: Evolution

A group of fans has been hard at work making a live-action Dragonball Z webseries, subtitled Light of Hope, and it looks pretty outstanding. Admittedly, calling it better than the Hollywood Dragonball movie isn't saying much, but I figured multiplying it by a million would put it in the range of "not bad at all!" »10/28/14 6:42am10/28/14 6:42am

The Dragonball Z: Battle Of Gods Movie Needs A Divine Intervention

The first new Dragonball Z animation in 17 years, the Battle of Gods movie seems to have so much going for it: it's the first in-canon DBZ movie, creator Akira Toriyama worked deeply on it for the first time, and the nostalgia factor. But fans looking for the classic DBZ experience in BoG will likely be disappointed. »10/09/14 9:30am10/09/14 9:30am

Surprise! That Mysterious New Dragon Ball Character Is You

What a dirty trick to play, Bandai Namco. Introducing a never-before-seen character for Dragon Ball Xenoverse, leaving fans to wildly speculate for months before revealing it as the first Dragon Ball game that allows players to inject their own creations into the series' greatest battles. So sneaky. So good. »8/13/14 12:55pm8/13/14 12:55pm

In Ecuador, insane giant sculptures of The Hulk and Hellboy invade on New Year's Eve

For New Year's Eve in Ecuador, massive paper-and-wood figures known as "años viejos" (Spanish for "old years") are burnt to usher out the past 365 days. These elaborate sculptures depict everyone from Chucky the evil doll to Cable from the X-Men, who are all summarily incinerated as the clock runs down. »12/28/11 8:50pm12/28/11 8:50pm

Stick A Spike In Caprica: James Marsters Joins The BSG Prequel

He's already livened up Torchwood, Smallville and Dragonball, but now Buffy's punky vampire, James Marsters, is joining the cast of Caprica, the prequel to Battlestar Galactica. He'll play a terrorist (presumably a monotheist) named Barnabus Greeley. Says EW's Michael Ausiello, "Driven by desires both moralistic and… »8/18/09 2:20pm8/18/09 2:20pm