By Theophilus Fox / March 28th, 2013
When you hear the name Dragon Ball Z, you may recall the days when you were young and all you ever wanted to watch was that show. Fans consider the series one of the best fighting anime ever made, with its epic fights and memorable cast of characters.
On March 30, the latest Dragon Ball Z movie, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, will debut in Japan. Recently, some new footage involving Vegeta aired on the Japanese TV show Mezamashi Terebi. To be honest, as a longtime fan, I felt the content of the video was a bit weird. Basically, Vegeta starts off dodging lasers, then breaks into a silly song-and-dance number while making strange faces at the camera.
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is set after the Majin Buu Saga and is centered around a new character, Birusu the god of destruction, along with his attendant Uisu. Akira Toriyama had a role in the movie’s story and art.
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