DragonBall Review

Hello to all Dragon Ball fan out there  

All i'm doing here is blogging about Dragon Ball master series which is a famous anime from 1984  and created by Akira Toriyama. I wanted to connect Dragon Ball community together. Dragon Ball was and is really my favorite Anime from my childhood. I lived in India and you don't even know how hard is to watch it on television as it was telecast on Cartoon Network at that time. I don't even have a pc or Internet connection even after this I loved it because it was something unique. I was just scrolling throughout the T.V channels and that was the first time I watched it and got really impressed by that I became a huge fan. 


last year(2017) marks the 20th anniversary of “Dragon Ball Z’s” debut on U. S. television, and this year is the 20th anniversary of its final episode airing in Japan, shortly after creator Akira Toriyama brought the manga to an end. While “Dragon Ball Z” continues to live on in streaming episodes, reboots and manga, the history of the franchise’s English translations reflects the changes in American tastes as anime and manga moved from a niche obsession to a wider audience — and U.S. producers stopped trying to change anime into something else.

Let’s start with a quick refresher on the difference between “Dragon Ball” and “Dragon Ball Z.” The entire manga was known in Japan simply as “Dragon Ball,” but the producers of the anime changed the title after the adaptation of the 16th volume, because the tone had changed: It had gone from a slapstick action comedy featuring an immature-looking teenager, Goku, to a slightly more serious story starring an adult Goku and his son Gohan. Toriyama added the “Z” because he was tired of the series and was hoping to end it soon. That’s not how the manga industry works, though.

In its day, “Dragon Ball” was among the most popular series in Japan, and it helped to propel the circulation of “Shonen Jump” magazine into the healthy 6 million range, so Toriyama soldiered on, prodded by his editors and his readers, until 1995. At that point he finally did bring the series to a close. The anime, based on the manga, came to an end the following year. to know more about Dragon Ball and what's going on right now in Dragon Ball Super check here : https://dragonballinfinite.com