History Anime / DragonBallKai

23rd Apr '16 7:22:17 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[note]]Aside from violent content censorship, the [[BloodlessCarnage absence of the blood]] is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the [[BloodierAndGorier large amounts of blood that were in]] [[Anime/DragonBallZ the original anime]].[[/note]]

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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[note]]Aside from violent content censorship, the [[BloodlessCarnage absence of the blood]] is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the original manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the [[BloodierAndGorier large amounts of blood that were in]] [[Anime/DragonBallZ the original anime]].anime's]] version of that scene.[[/note]]
23rd Apr '16 7:20:11 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[note]]Aside from violent content censorship, he absence of the blood is justified by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the large amounts of blood that were in the original anime.[[/note]]

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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[note]]Aside from violent content censorship, he the [[BloodlessCarnage absence of the blood blood]] is justified [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the [[BloodierAndGorier large amounts of blood that were in in]] [[Anime/DragonBallZ the original anime.anime]].[[/note]]
23rd Apr '16 7:17:24 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[/note]]Aside from violent content censorship, he absence of the blood is justified by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the large amounts of blood that were in the original anime.[[/note]]

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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[/note]]Aside [[note]]Aside from violent content censorship, he absence of the blood is justified by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the large amounts of blood that were in the original anime.[[/note]]
23rd Apr '16 7:16:48 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** An accidental and relatively minor example. Because of the recut of the story, the first episode ends up opening with scenes from n movie made much later in the series' run, then cuts to the original beginning of the series, and the difference in the art is pretty noticeable.

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** An accidental and relatively minor example. Because of the recut of the story, the first episode ends up opening with scenes from n a movie made much later in the series' run, then cuts to the original beginning of the series, and the difference in the art is pretty noticeable.



*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.

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*** In ''DBZ'', Piccolo's Makankosappo leaves Goku and Raditz with big bloody holes in their torsos. This is changed to mere burn marks in ''Kai''.[[/note]]Aside from violent content censorship, he absence of the blood is justified by the fact that ''Kai'' aims to be a more faithful adaptation of the manga, and the manga's version of the scene lacked the large amounts of blood that were in the original anime.[[/note]]
6th Feb '16 11:58:00 AM SomeoneElse17
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** The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier was turned into a bonus episode after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami resulted in its airdate being canceled.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut from ''Kai''[='=]s original network run.[[note]]And about ''49.5%'' from its initial DVD releases.[[/note]]

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** The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier was turned into a bonus episode after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami resulted in its airdate being canceled.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut from ''Kai''[='=]s original network run.[[note]]And if we want to include episode 98 per the DVD releases, it's still about ''49.5%'' from its initial DVD releases.5%''.[[/note]]
6th Feb '16 11:57:05 AM SomeoneElse17
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* AdaptationDistillation: The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier was turned into a bonus episode after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami resulted in its airdate being canceled.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut from ''Kai''[='=]s original network run.[[note]]And about ''49.5%'' from its initial DVD releases.[[/note]]

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* AdaptationDistillation: AdaptationDistillation:
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The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier was turned into a bonus episode after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami resulted in its airdate being canceled.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut from ''Kai''[='=]s original network run.[[note]]And about ''49.5%'' from its initial DVD releases.[[/note]][[/note]]
** ''The Final Chapters'' didn't cut out as much from the Majin Buu saga as the original ''Kai'' run did from the earlier material, but the numbers are still impressive all things considered. As covered above, ''Dragon Ball Z''[='=]s airing of the Buu saga added 92 episodes, not counting the initial five-episode Other World Tournament filler arc which ''Kai'' completely bypassed. The international release of ''Kai: The Final Chapters'' covered this ground in 69 episodes, cutting out exactly 25%, and the Japanese broadcast version cut out just over one-third (about 33.7% to be exact) and got there in 61 episodes.
6th Feb '16 11:49:01 AM SomeoneElse17
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* AdaptationDistillation: The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier is a bonus episode.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The intent of this recut was to distill the original show into a much faster-paced, action-oriented adventure more akin to the original manga. The efficiency of the recut is up for debate, but it has been largely praised for avoiding the filler, shortening the [[TalkingIsAFreeAction talk breaks]] that plagued the original show, and including ''flashbacks as far as the original Dragon Ball''. The original ''Dragon Ball Z'' had 194 episodes at the end of Cell saga. ''Kai'' got to the same point in 97 episodes.[[note]]The 98th episode mentioned earlier is was turned into a bonus episode.episode after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami resulted in its airdate being canceled.[[/note]] For those who don't feel like doing the math, that means exactly ''50%'' of ''Dragon Ball Z'' was cut.cut from ''Kai''[='=]s original network run.[[note]]And about ''49.5%'' from its initial DVD releases.[[/note]]
12th Dec '15 10:51:20 PM bowserbros
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** Japanese broadcast[[note]](These are present in the "uncut" version.)[[/note]]

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** Japanese broadcast[[note]](These are present in the "uncut" version.version, and are mainly present due to Japanese censorship laws having become more strict in the past 20 years.)[[/note]]
2nd Oct '15 1:26:34 AM Nikumubeki
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* DigitalDistribution: Some fans have lambasted the efforts of Creator/QTec (and later, Toei themselves) in regards to the footage. It's not entirely unfounded, as it's pretty obvious they're working for the cheap. This got worse during the series' version of the Buu saga.

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* DigitalDistribution: DigitalDestruction: Some fans have lambasted the efforts of Creator/QTec (and later, Toei themselves) in regards to the footage. It's not entirely unfounded, as it's pretty obvious they're working for the cheap. This got worse during the series' version of the Buu saga.
28th Sep '15 9:04:23 AM PF
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* DigitalDistruction: Some fans have lambasted the efforts of Creator/QTec (and later, Toei themselves) in regards to the footage. It's not entirely unfounded, as it's pretty obvious they're working for the cheap. This got worse during the series' version of the Buu saga.

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* DigitalDistruction: DigitalDistribution: Some fans have lambasted the efforts of Creator/QTec (and later, Toei themselves) in regards to the footage. It's not entirely unfounded, as it's pretty obvious they're working for the cheap. This got worse during the series' version of the Buu saga.
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