Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods Hits Retailers on 10/7/2014


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FUNimation announced that Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will hit DVD and Blu-Ray on October 7, 2014. The release will ship in a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack that contains the theatrical verison of the film, as well as an extended editon with 20 minutes of additional footage. Extra features include an “in-the-booth” featurette with the dub cst.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be priced at $34.98.


FUNimation announced that Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will hit DVD and Blu-Ray on October 7, 2014. The release will ship in a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack that contains the theatrical verison of the film, as well as an extended editon with 20 minutes of additional footage. Extra features include an “in-the-booth” featurette with the dub cst.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be priced at $34.98.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Heads to Home Video With an Uncut Version of the Film —20 Minutes of Footage Not Seen in Theaters!

Flower Mound, Texas (August 19, 2014) – FUNimation® Entertainment, North America’s leading anime company, is bringing Dragon Ball Z to Blu-ray & DVD in a big way.  Right on the heels of its limited-run, highly successful theatrical release, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be hitting online and retail shelves October 7, 2014.  “We’re thrilled to be able to bring new Dragon Ball Z content back into homes after so many years” said Gen Fukunaga, President and CEO of FUNimation Entertainment.

Fans of the series have a lot in store for them with this home video release.  The Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Extended Edition on Blu-ray Combo Pack comes with two versions of the film: the Uncut Version – which includes an additional 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage – and the Theatrical Version. It also includes over 30 minutes of extra features, including an in-the-booth featurette with the fan favorite cast.

This must-own movie from creator Akira Toriyama will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital HD on October 7, 2014. Pre-orders are available starting today. Click here to pre-order your copy now! http://shop.funimation.com/Shop/ShopProductDetail.ss?itemid=95175 . Bring home the movie IGN calls “some of the most exhilarating fight sequences I’ve ever seen.”

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About Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

 

Following the events from the “Dragon Ball Z” television series, after the defeat of Majin Buu, a new power awakens and threatens humanity. Beerus, an ancient and powerful God of Destruction, searches for Goku after hearing rumors of the Saiyan warrior who defeated Frieza. Realizing the threat Beerus poses to their home planet, the Z-fighters must find a way to stop him. Only Goku, humanity’s last hope, can ascend to the level of a legendary Super Saiyan God and stop Beerus from destroying Earth, and possibly the entire universe! Fans of Dragon Ball Z, one of the most successful anime brands of all time, will be delighted to know that Battle of Gods is an original work from the Dragon Ball creator himself, Akira Toriyama.

About FUNimation® Entertainment

FUNimation® Entertainment is the leading anime company in North America. FUNimation has a proven formula for launching and advancing brands. They manage a full spectrum of rights for most of their brands including broadcasting, licensing, production, internet, and home video sales and distribution. For more information about FUNimation Entertainment and its brands, visit www.funimation.com

 

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