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"What are we to do when goku isnt around. Garlic Jr has invaded kamis look out once again, but this time has won. He's taken the black water mist and spread it through the earth. Whats even worse is that goku isnt around and piccolo has been controlled as well. Gohan, and Krillin must stop him before all of the world is taken over by it. The box set is my favorite because gohan is the one that gets to save the day this time. A must have for all gohan fans."
Adam Ellerbrock | St. Charles, MO USA | 12/14/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Firstly, do not confuse this item with the first Dragon Ball Z movie. The Garlic Jr. saga was a filler series released on the TV airwaves in Japan, after the Frieza saga and before the Trunks/Android sagas.On to the product:The box itself is pretty nice, as the pictures are glossy and nice to look at. The structure is small enough to fit exactly three DVDs in, yet without them it would easily be bent due to its flimsiness.Each of the three DVDs have a total of three episodes on one disc, save the last (Garlic Jr - Vanquished) which contains four. Cover art for the DVDs are simple screenshots of various episodes within the saga (not always accurate to the episodes which they contain), not eye candy by any means. Back of the case summarizes each of the episodes briefly and contains the ratings and various other info.When you place your disc (which is decorated with the same screenshot as the cover art for the DVD) you'll be greeted with a tinny, hissy backround tune, and the menu has the same image as your box cover. Your options are "Play All [episodes]", "Episodes", "Languages", and "Extras" (the menus in these options have much better backround tunes).The extras are no biggie: action figure commercials, next episode eyecatch, and various other previews. You also have the option to play the episodes in Japanese (subtitles or no). Though, be warned, when played in Japanese the audio is not stereo, but mono, unlike the English version.The episodes themselves are fun. Much of the North American audience tend to avoid this saga due to the fact that it is a filler, plus the mediocre dub work, and edits; but this disk reveals the Garlic series as it was meant to be seen-uncut, in all of its non-Goku glory. For a filler, it's a fine job, and I would recommend it only to those who would go out of the way to find the DVDs complete with Japanese dialogue.I am rating this 3 stars, not because of the episodes, but because of the rather sloppy menus and lack of extras and effort put in to the DVDs."
Garlic Jr. Saga Rocks!!!
Micheal Mcconnell | USA | 09/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The DVD is great any DBZ fan should have this box set in his/her collection."
Movies I Own U Should 2!!!!!!!!!!!
Cashless | Hells Pit Tacoma Wa | 09/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wow the GARLIC JR. Saga did not dissapoint it's very good saga and WOW Krillin's girlfriend is a HOTTIE and dont think master Roshi didn't notice which makes for a bunch of laughs Five stars all around, plenty of action and a good story so at this price it's a must buy. Also get DBZ The Dead Zone*****."
A good pause for the action
Fausto Valencia | Quito, Ecuador | 08/19/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The battle between Goku and Frieza in planet Namek has finished. Garlic Jr. has arrived the Earth to be the new guy in charge of it, replacing Kami on this function. Of course that Garlic does not mean to do any good. In the begining Garlic spreads a terrible mist all around the world that make earthlings bad people and so, all in the World becomes a mess.
But there is yet hope for the whole mankind. Fortunately Gohan, Krillin and Piccolo have dodged the evil mist and are ready to fight for the freedom of the Earth inhabitants.
It is a good story and Dragon Ball fans are going to enjoy it a lot. Those who like to see Goku and Vegeta in action might be disapointed because they almost don't appear in this chapters.
If you can, you should see firstly the movie "The Dead Zone" so that you will have a complete understanding of the situation."