For the last 12 years, the DBZA parody series has helped pioneer content on YouTube and paved the way for Internet comedy as we know it. Despite being expected to deliver its take on the final Buu saga arc, Team Four Star came to its decision after spending some time away after the completion of its Cell saga. The burned-out team also notes the threat of the current copyright-claim era of YouTube. The current state of the site poses threats to Team Four Star that has created the risk of losing the channel. In case you missed it, you can now play 36, saved flash games offline.
DragonBall Z KAI Abridged: Episode 1 TeamFourStar (TFS)
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Moderators: Kanzenshuu Staff , General Help. ProLight Style by Ian Bradley. Modified by Hujio. Privacy Terms Forum Rules. Kanzenshuu Skip to content. Granted one is supposed to be a truer to the manga piece and the other a comedy, but at the end of the day I personally feel that the Abridged series is leaps and bounds better than Kai in terms of performance. Sure this can turn this into a "Hey, let's bash the original Funimation dub of Z," which unfortunately a lot of threads turn into, but I'd really like to facilitate a conversation where we can all discuss our appreciation for each series and their respective performances.
DBZ Kai Abridged
Dragon Ball Z continues the adventures of Goku , who, along with his companions, defend the Earth against villains ranging from aliens Frieza , androids Cell and magical creatures Majin Buu. While the original Dragon Ball anime followed Goku from childhood to early adulthood, Dragon Ball Z is a continuation of his adult life, but at the same time parallels the life of his son, Gohan , as well as the development of his rival Vegeta. Due to the success of the anime in the United States, the manga chapters making up its story were initially released by Viz Media under the Dragon Ball Z title.
Team Four Star uses the same animated footage as the show while recording different voice-over lines filled with jokes and re-editing parts of the series to create shorter episodes and stellar comedic timing. The entire series has been made available for free on YouTube. In total, there are sixty official episodes interspersed with occasional specials and multi-part episodes, mostly running for about minutes apiece.