Dragon Ball Z is one of the most popular anime series of all time. The original Dragon Ball manga is the second best-selling comic series of all time in Japan, with over two-hundred and forty million copies sold. The series continued on in the form of video games when the Dragon Ball Z anime concluded, before eventually being revived in a series of new films and Dragon Ball Super. 

It must have been very tempting for production companies in North America to try and bring Dragon Ball Z to the west, in the hopes that it would find the same success that it had its homeland. The success of Pokémon prompted some ill-advised attempts at turning Dragon Ball Z into a cartoon that could be shown ...

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