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Early DB Dayz - Kirblog 3/21/15

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Published on Mar 21, 2015

In celebration of getting to go see the US premiere of the movie "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F" on April 11th, I've decided to create 7 DBZ-related Kirblogs leading up to the screening!

On this one, the first of the seven, Chris is joined by Mike "VegettoEX" LaBrie from the illustrious DBZ website "Kanzenshuu" on what is now officially the /longest/ and most in-depth Kirblog yet! Chris and Mike talk about the early days of DBZ fandom in the 90's and early 2000's, growing up with the show airing in syndication on American television, finding fansub VHS tapes of the then-mysterious Japanese version, the show moving to Cartoon Network...all the way up to how massive Dragon Ball has become across the country!

If you're a DBZ fan and you haven't checked out Mike's website "Kanzenshuu", definitely add it to your bookmarks! They cover anything and everything Dragon Ball, in hopes of "enlightening, and a little bit of entertaining"! ;]
http://www.kanzenshuu.com/

Also take a listen to the Kanzenshuu podcast hosted by Mike and his staff, on their YouTube channel!
https://www.youtube.com/user/kanzenshuu

What were YOUR "early days" of being a Dragon Ball fan like? Did you grow up with the first two seasons syndicated with the different voice cast? Were you a hardcore fan of the Japanese version? Did you watch the show on Cartoon Network when it aired in the 90's, or are you a recent fan who got introduced to the series through DBZ Kai? Tell us your thoughts and stories in the comments below!

https://twitter.com/kirbopher
http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/
https://www.facebook.com/TOMEseries
http://chrisniosi.com/

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