We are going back into Big Green but this time we are not only looking at AB Groupe’s dub but we are comparing the other English dubs as well from, Saban/Ocean, Pioneer/Ocean, Funimation and Speedy.
Taking a look at the rather interesting marketing for the beginning of English Pokemon on this promo VHS tape. Meet all the characters you never wanted to exist like Ash’s Aunt Hillary and his science teacher!
I go over the history of how we got the DBZ Big Green Dub and then take a look at Strongest Guy in the World!
It’s finally happened. The time for Fortunate Fawn is here… Is this anime REALLY worth $1 or even 33 cents? Tough call. Also this was once called The Yearling.
Originally a part of Nippon Animation’s Grimm’s Fairy Tale Classics series, this anime version of the story was brought to us in English by Saban.
A DragonBall set that barely tries with their copies of some of Bandai’s DragonBall figures. Except Krillin, he’s all Irwin over there. Also Super Saiyan Piccolo!
There were a lot of odd things being changed in the 1st English broadcast of Dragon Ball Z so lets look at the funniest ones!
These Pokemon cards have decided to raise the hit points… JUST A LITTLE!
A bootleg set of Pokemon cards sort of from Call of Legends which also comes with a coin and playmat all inside a tin lunchbox!
The Evil stick girl’s origin has been found, SURPRISE the bootlegers stole it.