Dragon Ball Z Movie Collection 6 brings together the final two movies from the 1989 – 1995 run of 13 DBZ movies, the two movies that for the longest time were plainly “the final two Dragon Ball movies”. Past villains escaping from Hell, fusion, fart gags, a cartoon interpretation of Hitler and Godzilla parodies are all on offer here, but the big question remains, does this run of 45-minute films end on a high note…?
Fruits Basket is a sweet shojo series with a loveable cast of characters. Anyone looking for a typical shojo series might be disappointed, but that doesn’t take away from the charm on offer here. It’s a great release that’s only brought down by the lack of romantic development and some terrible video issues.
Overall Nekomonogatari (White) successfully offers a change of pace in a well-loved franchise by changing perspective from our resident fool Araragi to the class president Hanekawa! When she meets a mysterious tiger, we just know we're in for trouble, but will our hero be able to deal with this bigger feline menace?
After two releases containing nearly nothing but adaptations of the manga, Naruto Shippuden Box Set 31 falls into a filler-fest, to the sad surprise of nobody. But is the filler here any good, or is it so bad it’s worth losing the few “canon” episodes contained in this set by skipping it? Let’s find out!