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Dragon Ball


The Saga of Goku

FUNimation dubbed The Saga of Goku in conjunction with BLT Productions Ltd. and The Ocean Group. KidMark Entertainment (later folded as Lions Gate Family Entertainment), a division of VidMark Entertainment which later would become Trimark Pictures, distributed The Saga of Goku on VHS and DVD and held the home video rights for the episodes until 2009. These VHS sets feature episodes 1-13 in edited form. Each VHS volume contained two episodes except for the final volume which contained three.

Tournament Saga

The Tournament Saga includes episodes 14-28. Each VHS volume contains three episodes.

Red Ribbon Army Saga

The Red Ribbon Army Saga includes episodes 29-45. Each VHS volume contains three episodes.

General Blue Saga

The General Blue Saga includes episodes 46-57. Each VHS volume contains three episodes. Episodes 52-54 were not released.

Commander Red Saga

The Commander Red Saga includes episodes 58-67. Each VHS volume contains three episodes except for "Korin's Tower," which contains four.

Fortuneteller Baba Saga

The Fortuneteller Baba Saga includes episodes 68 to 83. Each VHS volume contains three episodes except for "Goku's Journey," which includes four.

Tien Shinhan Saga

The Tien Shinhan Saga includes episodes 84-101. Only one VHS volume was released before cancellation and it included episodes 84-86.


The Saga of Goku

The Saga of Goku box set featured episodes 1-13 of the edited Ocean dub and the Dragon Ball movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies co-produced by FUNimation and was released in October 2000.

Australian version

FUNimation released the uncut version of episodes 1-13 in Region 4 territories, where KidMark didn't hold the rights. The movie, however, still uses their edited dub they did with BLT Productions

Tournament Saga

Volume 2 featured episodes 14-28 and was released in January 2003

Red Ribbon Army Saga

Volume 3 featured episodes 29-45 and was released in February 2003.

General Blue Saga

Volume 4 featured episodes 46-57 and was released in September 2003.

Commander Red Saga

Volume 5 featured episodes 58-67 and was released in November 2003.

Fortuneteller Baba Saga

Volume 6 featured episodes 68-83 and was released in March 2004.

Tien Shinhan Saga

Volume 7 featured episodes 84-101 and was released in September 2004.

King Piccolo Saga

Volume 8 Part 1 featured episodes 102-111 and was released in March 2003.

Volume 8 Part 2 featured episodes 112-122 and was released in June 2003.

Piccolo Jr. Saga

Volume 9 Part 1 featured episodes 123-137 and was released in July 2003.

Volume 9 Part 2 featured episodes 138-153 and was released in August 2003.

Dragon Ball Z

The Saiyan Conflict

Volumes 1-8 featured episodes 1-25 and were released between April and August 1999.

The Namek Saga

Volumes 9-17 featured episodes 26-53 and were released between August and December 1999.

Captain Ginyu Saga

Volumes 18 and 19 featured episodes 54-60 and were released in October 2000. All future volumes used the uncut version of the original FUNimation dub.

Frieza Saga

Volumes 20-29 featured episodes 61-92 and were released between May and December 2001.

Garlic Jr. Saga

Volumes 30-32 featured episodes 93-102 and were released between January and February 2002.

Trunks Saga

Volumes 33-34/35 featured episodes 103-108/110 and were released in September 2000. Note: Volume 34/35 was reprinted to include episodes 109-110 and was relabeled "Volume 34/35" to reflect the change.

Androids Saga

Volumes 36-39 featured episodes 111-124 and were released between March and May 2001.

Imperfect Cell Saga

Volumes 40-43 featured episodes 125-137 and were released between January and May 2002.

Perfect Cell Saga

Volumes 44-47 featured episodes 138-150 and were released between June and October 2002.

Cell Games Saga

Volumes 48-56 featured episodes 151-179. Volumes 48 was released in October 2002 but the next volume was not released until January 2004. Both volumes were packaged in a "starter box" that would eventually house all nine Cell Games DVD volumes.

At the time Volumes 50-56 were released, FUNimation was in the process of redubbing the series for the then-upcoming Ultimate Uncut Special Edition release of episodes 1-67, and during this process FUNimation made the decision to make changes throughout the entire series dub. For this reason, the DVDs released from Volume 50 onward feature Kyle Hebert as the series' new narrator, replacing Dale Kelly.

Great Saiyaman Saga

Volumes 57-61 featured episodes 180-194 and were released between May and November 2005.

World Tournament Saga

Volumes 62-64 featured episodes 195-204 and were released between June and July 2001.

Babidi Saga

Volumes 65-68 featured episodes 205-216 and were released in October 2001.

Majin Buu Saga

Volumes 69-75 featured episodes 217-238 and were released between January and June 2002.

Fusion Saga

Volumes 76-82 featured episodes 239-260 and were released between June and October 2002.

Kid Buu Saga

Volumes 83-87 featured episodes 261-276 and were released between November 2002 and March 2003.

Boxed Sets

Boxed Set I, released by Pioneer on both VHS and DVD, contained episodes 1-25. Boxed Set II, released by Pioneer on both VHS and DVD, contained episodes 26-53. Boxed Set III was released by FUNimation in VHS format and contained episodes 61-92. The VHS packaging featured a front cover image as well as side flap images and a compilation image, which is combined through the numerous volumes in each VHS set. In 2013, FUNimation re-released episodes 1-53 as part of the Dragon Ball Z: Rock the Dragon Edition.

Dragon Ball GT

Baby Saga

Note: Volume 1 contains the FUNimation-produced recap special, "A Grand Problem."

Super 17 Saga

Shadow Dragon Saga

Black Star Dragon Ball Saga/"Lost Episodes"

FUNimation chose to dub and release episodes 1-16 after they had finished the rest of the series. These so-called "Lost Episodes" volumes were released between July 2004 and February 2005.

TV Special

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