Kenji Yamamoto's soundtrack for Dragon Ball Z Kai is a callback to the Dragon Ball Z soundtrack by Shunsuke Kikuchi. Many saw it as a return to form by Toei, however after fan backlash and an investigation by the studio, it became apparent that Yamamoto's score was not entirely his own.
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Dragon Ball Z is one of the most popular anime ever released, enjoying success worldwide. After 20 years, Toei Animation released Dragon Ball Kai, a revised version created to cater to fans new and old alike. Let's explore the differences and similarities between the two!
The reborn Dragon Ball Z saga, adhering more closely to Akira Toriyama's original manga vision, Dragon Ball Kai reintroduces the colourful cast of characters in a streamlined edition of the show. Here we'll take a look at the major and minor players in the Saiyan Saga.
The Buu Saga remains as one of the most memorable arcs in the series. Dragon Ball Kai does great justice in re-telling one of the epic stories that defined a large part of Dragon Ball. Find more about Majin Buu and the saga here.
From the legendary kamehameha to the mystical dragon Shenron, Dragon Ball Z is packed with iconic imagery.The Super Saiyan, however, makes its mark as not only one of the most iconic images in Dragon Ball Z, but in all of anime.