Dragon Ball Z Kai Part 8 on Blu-ray and DVD available today! So, for all you Kai fans out there, make sure you pick up this release to complete your collection. This is it, people. The last part of Kai. So, if you want to see how it ends, make sure you pick it up.
We know there’s a lot of debate out there over Dragon Ball Z vs. Dragon Ball Z Kai. Each group has their hardcore fans. So, what do you think? Which side do you take and why?
Also out today, we have Hero Tales – Complete Box Set. Co-written by the creator of Full Metal Alchemist, this twenty-six episode collection is perfect for anime fans in search of action-packed revenge sagas with a side of camp!
His village was burned. His friends were murdered. And a mustachioed madman stole the sacred sword of power that rightfully belonged to him. Seeking justice, young Taito embarks upon a mission of vengeance that brings him face to face with cutthroat bandits, lethal ninjas, and zombie foot soldiers! Aided in his quest by new comrades with mysterious powers, Taito stays true to his goal: destroying Lord Keiro, the man with the malevolent mustache. As the final showdown approaches, the young hero’s emerging powers allow him to seek revenge against the man who destroyed his world. Only one warrior can emerge victorious in the series that DVD File calls, ”one part Lupin III, one part GI Joe and one part Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
As for all you digital fans, Shiki episode one is still available for FREE to download on Xbox Live. But you better hurry, that offer is only good until June 13th.
Both Part 1 and Part 2 are available for purchase on Xbox Live and in the ZUNE marketplace.
When citizens of a secluded village begin dying off in alarming numbers, the sole hospital’s head doctor tries desperately to save his patients – but his efforts are in vain. Entire families are wiped out while others desert their homes. All hell breaks loose as the villagers discover their loved ones’ corpses are rising from the grave with an insatiable thirst for human blood. Haunting, hallucinogenic and unnerving to the core, Shiki stares into the hearts of both the hunter and the hunted. Who is safe when the urge to kill in order to survive blurs the line between man and monster?
So, do you see anything you want to pick up this week? Or, are you going to be saving your cash for some upcoming releases this summer?