November 2006

Stuck in two weeks ago. Posted Sunday, November 19, 2006, 12:14AM by Beefy
"Hellboy: Sword of Storms Promo
Hellboy: Sword of Storms Short Promo
Game Review: IGPX
Game Review: Lego Star Wars II
Game Review: NCAA Football 2007
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Interview

DBZ Ready to ""Rock Your Wallet"" With New Remastered Boxsets" Posted Monday, November 13, 2006, 3:24PM by Nobuyuki
"FUNimation Entertainment has announced that it has digitally remastered in high definitionand restored the entire Dragon Ball Z series, all 291 episodes. TheDragon Ball Z Season Sets will be available at a suggested retail price(SRP) of $49.98 at major retailers nationwide with the first set to be released on February 6, 2007.

The first Dragon Ball Z Season Set includes 39 episodes on five DVDswith over 900 minutes of action. For the first time, fans will be ableto listen to the original Japanese score with either the originalJapanese dialogue or the English dialogue. There is also a special"making of" section for the new high definition Dragon Ball Z masters.Other special features for the Dragon Ball Z Season Sets includerevised English dialogue and a brand new 5.1 surround audio mix.

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(November 13, 2006)  FUNimation Entertainment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NavarreCorporation (NASDAQ: NAVR) and the market share leader for home videosales of Japanese animation in the United States, is the U.S. companybehind the success of anime phenomenon Dragon Ball Z. Today, thecompany announced that it has digitally remastered in high definitionand restored the entire Dragon Ball Z series, all 291 episodes. TheDragon Ball Z Season Sets will be available at a suggested retail price(SRP) of $49.98 at major retailers nationwide on February 6, 2007.

"This is a great announcement for the Dragon Ball Z collector and thefirst time fan," says Gen Fukunaga, president and CEO of FUNimationEntertainment. "The entire DBZ series has been transferred from theoriginal Japanese film and digitally remastered and restored."

FUNimation worked with Dallas-based Video Post & Transfer (VPT), afull-service post-production house that provides a complete spectrum ofvideo & film related services, for the digital remastering andrestoration. The Dragon Ball Z series was digitally transferred fromthe original Japanese film frame by frame at 1080p. During the process,VPT utilized state-of-the-art digital noise reduction units to removefilm grain and thousands of instances of dirt, scratches and debris.The transfer was performed by nationally-recognized colorist SteveFranko and supervised by FUNimation.

"It's a new era for Dragon Ball Z and this is a project we have beenlooking forward to for a long time," continues Fukunaga. "The DragonBall Z Season Sets will be the definitive collection for the loyal fansof the series and they are a great way to introduce the series to a newgeneration of Dragon Ball Z fans."

Dragon Ball Z is the explosive sequel to Dragon Ball. The seriesfollows the adventures of Goku and his son Gohan as they team up withtheir friends to battle evil forces throughout the universe to protecttheir beloved planet Earth.

The first Dragon Ball Z Season Set includes 39 episodes on five DVDswith over 900 minutes of action. For the first time, fans will be ableto listen to the original Japanese score with either the originalJapanese dialogue or the English dialogue. There is also a special"making of" section for the new high definition Dragon Ball Z masters.Other special features for the Dragon Ball Z Season Sets includerevised English dialogue and a brand new 5.1 surround audio mix.

Dragon Ball Z Season Set 1 covers the Vegeta Saga and it chronicles theintroduction of one of Dragon Ball Z's main characters, Vegeta. TheDragon Ball Z Season Sets will be available at major retailersnationwide on February 6, 2007 and will have an SRP of $49.98.

I tried to get my game on, but it didn't fit." Posted Thursday, November 2, 2006, 11:41PM by Beefy
"Ultimate Avengers 2 Promo
Ultimate Avengers 2 Short Promo

.hack//Roots is coming, but not to Toonami.
Starting Nov. 10th it will be on Friday night/Saturday morning at 5AM EST.
.hack//Roots Intro