And so, FUNimation goes back to 1 DVD every 2 months....
Christopher P. Cecena | Pine Valley, CA USA | 08/18/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This isn't a review on the actual volume... I will say that the episodes are the next set of filler ones, which people who have first watched English DBZ should remember them as episodes 6-7 of the original dub, plus the first half of the full version of episode 8. Notably Goku does some extra running, we get to see Kuririn contact Tenshinhan and Chaozu about going to Kami's, and Lunch gets to make a brief appearance.
However, FUNimation is still releasing the volumes with 3 episodes only on each disk. This wouldn't be so bad if they had been releasing 2 volumes like they did in June, but with volume 4 DBZ uncut has gone back to only one volume, which means a petty 3 episodes every 2 freaking months. Meanwhile, on TV, Cartoon Network has just started the Frieza saga. Great, and we haven't even gotten to Goku's training on Kaio's planet, let alone the arrival of Vegeta and Nappa on Earth, and from the looks of it we probably won't be seeing those episodes until some time early next YEAR. Sorry, but with a pathetic release schedule like that I really have to lower my score severely. FUNimation can do better than this."
Christopher P. Cecena | 10/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I haven't watched this DVD yet, but I'm going to. I just got this today. There's not much I can say about this.
Vegeta and Nappa head towards Earth but make a quick stop on planet Arlia and become prisoners of the tyrant king who rules the planet. The Arlians realize that the two saiyans are more than they can handle as Vegeta and Nappa leave their terrible mark on the planet. Goku speeds down Snake Way for a meeting with King Kai, and Gohan learns valuable lessons from his survival training.
Episode 10: A New Friend
Episode 11: Terror on Arlia
Episode 12: Global Training"