The DBZ box set can be pre-ordered ahead of its November release.
It's been confirmed: Dragon Ball Z's 30th Anniversary Box Set is set to hit the shelves on November 5, 2019. The series in its entirety has been remastered on Blu Ray with respect to the 4:3 formatting it was originally spun. Every purchase will include 11-inch Banpresto Goku figure, a hardcover artbook, and a certificate of authenticity, of interest to the collector-types that were kicking about in the fruitful era of 90s Manga. IGN is reporting that every box sets and the collectibles that come with it, will retail at $350.
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The 30th Anniversary Dragon Ball Z Collector's Edition is available for pre-order at Funimation website, where their dev. team outline the aforementioned collectibles, as well as their fundraising goals. It would seem, Funimation is hopeful they can repay their investors ahead of a predetermined deadline. As you'll see, the pre-order line has been raised to a 3,000 person limit.
As of this writing, 15% of the spots have been ratcheted up by early bird claimants. The above trailer was released 23 hours to help generate interest in the product launch - featuring plenty of nostalgia and the bassy punch of a narrator Funimation likely plucked right out a boxing ring. Don't waste any more time, reserve your copy ASAP. While you're at it, check out the video game trailer for "Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission."