Distributor Manga Entertainment (also known as Manga Animatsu) have announced a couple more additions to their Q4 2018 release slate and the biggest one is the return of Dragon Ball Z Kai with the final remaining episodes of the series.
Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters will be released across three parts throughout Q4 2018 (October-December) on Blu-ray and DVD. The series aired during 2014-2015 by Toei Animation and focuses on trimming down the original series with mostly canon material. The arcs featured in The Final Chapters are as follows:
- World Tournament Saga (Episodes 99–122)
- Majin Buu Saga (Episodes 123-140)
- Evil Buu Saga (Episodes 141-167)
The home video release will feature both the original Japanese audio with English subtitles and the English dub from Funimation. You will soon be able to pre-order all three parts on Amazon UK on both Blu-ray & DVD. Here are the specs for each part below:
In addition to The Final Chapters, Manga Entertainment will also be releasing Dragon Ball Super Part 5 for 8th October 2018 which features episodes 53-65 on Blu-ray and DVD. These episodes are part of the “Future” Trunks Saga of the series. The home video release will feature both the original Japanese audio with English subtitles and the English dub from Funimation. The SRP will be £29.99 for Blu-ray and £24.99 for DVD.
And last but not least, Manga Entertainment also have plans to release a complete series collection for Dragon Ball GT that features both seasons together on DVD. This will be available on 3rd December 2018 in both the original Japanese audio with English subtitles and the English dub from Funimation. The SRP will be £79.99 and contains all 64 episodes.
In non-anime news, Manga Entertainment have confirmed plans to release more volumes of the anime inspired series RWBY from Rooster Teeth. Volume 4 and Volume 5 will both be released on 1st October 2018 on Blu-ray for SRP £15.99 each and DVD for SRP £12.99 each.
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