Dragon Ball Z will always have the upper hand when it comes to nostalgia, offering a more relatable (yet warped) westernized version of the legendary Japanese show. On the other hand, Kai gets to the point faster, it keeps the original script, and the quality is slightly better.May 25, 2022
At the beginning of the series Goku, is chronologically 49 years old within the body of his 42-year-old self. But he's quickly reverted into his 11-year-old body due to accidental use of the Dragon Balls by Emperor Pilaf.Jul 9, 2021
This story arc was comprised of 61 episodes for the Japanese version, and 69 episodes for the International version, raising the total episode count for the entire Kai series to 159 episodes for the Japanese version and 167 episodes for the International version.
Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters ends with a martial arts tournament ten years (and six months) after Goku destroys Kid Buu. That means everyone in the story (including Goten) has aged since then. Goku takes Uub to his village to train with him so that he can fight him later.Mar 30, 2021
Goku Black (ゴクウブラック, Gokū Burakku), also known as Zamasu (ザマス, Zamasu), though usually referred to as Black, is an alternate incarnation of Zamasu and a former North Kai and Supreme Kai apprentice serving his former master Gowasu from the unaltered main timeline within Universe 10.
Kai did well in TV ratings, but sales of Dragon Ball merchandise were falling, which in Japan is more important than the ratings so the show got canned and replaced with Toriko. Due to Kai's popularity with foreign markets, Toei decided to produce more episodes based on the Buu arc to sell to the rest of the world.Feb 22, 2017
Dragon Ball Kai or Dragon Ball Z
Both are based on what Akira Toriyama wrote, but the original script was a lot longer. Dragon Ball Z Kai skipped Dragon Ball and all the fillers, which makes it a shorter version, but what Toei Animation wanted was to give the fans of the new generation a dose of DBZ.Nov 24, 2021