Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone
|Cartoon Network (Toonami)|
|February 12, 1999|
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone is the first Dragon Ball Z movie produced and was released between episodes 11 and 12. Upon its theatrical release in 1989 by Toei Animation, it was titled simply Dragon Ball Z: the Movie. It was then dubbed into English by the Canadian company Ocean Group for the American company FUNimation Entertainment, and the title was changed to Dead Zone. It was then re-dubbed by FUNimation itself in 2005.
- May 29, 1999, as part of DBZ20XL
- February 21, 2000, as part of the DBZ President's Day Movie Marathon
- April 8, 2000, as part of Toonami: Full Cycle
- December 29, 2000
- May 4, 2001
- December 7, 2001
The movie features the villain, Garlic Jr., who is on a vengeful quest to become Guardian of Earth. In order to have his wish fulfilled, his servants kidnap Goku's son Gohan to get the Dragon Ball he is carrying. Garlic Jr. then summons Shenron using the Dragon Balls and wishes for eternal life. Goku must combine forces with his arch-rival Piccolo Jr. in order to save the world. With Piccolo's, and later Krillin's, help, Goku is able to defeat Garlic Jr.'s evil servants and rescue Gohan.
Feeling responsible for Garlic Jr., Kami arrives and confronts him. However, he is unable to defeat him, and in a last ditch effort Kami decides to sacrifice himself to kill Garlic Jr. However, Piccolo and Goku arrive in time to take on Garlic Jr., but after a long hard battle, they find themselves defeated and exhausted. Garlic Jr. opens a Dead Zone portal in order to trap everyone within.
With time running out, and with the Earth moments away from being sucked into oblivion, Goku realizes that the massive dormant power that lies within his four year old son is Earth's last hope against Garlic Jr.'s Dead Zone. Gohan's hidden power appears, and he sends Garlic Jr. into the portal, trapping him inside, and saving the planet.
|Character||Japanese Voice Actor||English (Pioneer)|
|Goku||Masako Nozawa||Peter Kelamis||Sean Schemmel|
|Gohan||Masako Nozawa||Saffron Henderson||Stephanie Nadolny|
|Piccolo||Toshio Furukawa||Scott McNeil||Christopher R. Sabat|
|Bulma||Hiromi Tsuru||Lalainia Lindbjerg||Tiffany Vollmer|
|Krillin||Mayumi Tanaka||Terry Klassen||Sonny Strait|
|Ox King||Daisuke Gōri||Dave Ward||Kyle Hebert|
|Chi-Chi||Mayumi Shō||Lisa Ann Beley||Cynthia Cranz|
|Master Roshi||Kōhei Miyauchi||Don Brown||Mike McFarland|
|Kami||Takeshi Aono||Dale Wilson||Christopher R. Sabat|
|Shenron||Kenji Utsumi||Don Brown||Christopher R. Sabat|
|Garlic Jr.||Akira Kamiya||Don Brown||Chuck Huber|
|Ginger||Kōji Totani||Terry Klassen||Troy Baker|
|Sansho||Yukitoshi Hori||Ward Perry||Eric Dillow|
|Nicky||Shigeru Chiba||Paul Dobson||Doug Burks|
|Narrator||Jōji Yanami||Doc Harris||Kyle Hebert|
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- Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks
- Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug
- Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
- Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon
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- ↑ "Toonami Dragon ball Z President's Day Marathon Promo ". toonami.wikia.com. http://toonami.wikia.com/wiki/File:Toonami_Dragon_ball_Z_President%27s_Day_Marathon_Promo. Retrieved on October 14, 2016.
- ↑ "Toonami - "Full Cycle" - Promos & Commercials (4/8/2000) ". youtube.com. February 27, 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEO_U-Gpch8. Retrieved on March 26, 2015.
- ↑ "CN Schedule (5-8 PM) ". cartoonnetwork.com. April 8, 2000. https://web.archive.org/web/20000408195611/http://turner.gist.com/cartoon/tv1.dpg?genres=All+Categories&daypart=17&channel=TOON.12131....est. Retrieved on February 17, 2015.
- ↑ "Holiday Toonami Schedule ". animenewsnetwork.com. December 24, 2000. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2000-12-23/holiday-toonami-schedule. Retrieved on April 5, 2015.
- ↑ "Cartoon Network Broadcast News ". animenewsservice.com. December 24, 2000. http://web.archive.org/web/20010304213748/http://www.animenewsservice.com/archives/dec24.htm. Retrieved on December 14, 2014.
- ↑ "Toonami Movies ". cartoonnetwork.com. January 24, 2001. http://web.archive.org/web/20010124053700/http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/TOONAMI/movies/. Retrieved on December 14, 2014.
- ↑ "Friday, December 7, 2001 ". toonzone.net. December 7, 2001. https://web.archive.org/web/20040820155251/http://www.toonzone.net/shows/cnschedules/2001-12/07.html. Retrieved on March 20, 2017.