FUNi's currently celebrating it over on Facebook, so I figured it merited a thread here as well at least.
Apparently today marks the 15th anniversary since DBZ made it's way to the US shores. From FUNi itself -
'On September 13, 1996 a Japanese animated series called Dragon Ball Z first aired on North American television and three years later in 1999, coincidentally also on September 13, the FUNimation dub of the series debuted on Cartoon Network.'
Whether you like the FUNi dub, the Ocean Dub, or any other treatment the anime has gotten in the US or not, this is still a momentous occasion, and one that makes me feel old as dirt. I wasn't there from the start, but I almost was apparently. It's been about ten years since I got into the fandom, so I was only two years behind on getting into the FUNi-stuff.
VHS and DVD singles, Ultimate Uncut edition, Season Sets, Dragon Boxes, Kai, Levels, and the rebought rights to early DB and Z - this franchise and this company has come a long way in those 15 years. So, let's see any of your thoughts on this occasion, be them good or bad (though do please be polite), to give FUNi even more fun stuff to read.