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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

LAWSON Reveals Dragonball-Themed Treats

Japanese convenience store chain LAWSON has recently revealed Dragon Ball-themed treats currently sold at its Ministop stores. This is in collaboration with the March 30 film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and the campaign will last from March 5 to April 8. These food items includes Dragon Ball pizza balls, Super Saiyan fries, Demon King Piccolo's Green Tea Cream Puffs, and a Dragon Balls You-Eat-With-A-Spoon dessert. Majin Buu Milk Pudding was launched today, Wednesday, while Krillin Whipped Cream and Chestnut Cream Bread on March 25, and Vegeta's Green Salad on March 26.

"The story takes place a few years after the fierce battle with Majin Buu. Bils, the God of Destruction who maintains the balance of the universe, awakens from a long slumber. Hearing rumors that a Saiyan defeated Frieza, Bils goes on a search to track down the warrior who championed this feat – Goku. King Kai advises Goku to avoid a confrontation, however, Goku is ecstatic that a new opponent has appeared after many years and decides to fight. Unfortunately, Goku is no match for Bils’ overwhelming power and is defeated. Bils leaves, asking if “there is anybody on Earth more worthy to destroy?” Will Goku and the Z Warriors really be able to stop the God of Destruction?!"
The new characters are Birusu (voiced by Kouichi Yamadera) and  Wisu (voiced by Masakazu Morita). 

Some of the characters appearing in the film are Kuririn, Piccolo, Vegeta, and other familar characters will appear in the film. Film producers tells that this is not a spin off but it is about filling in the gaps and what transpired between these two chapters. 

Akira Toriyama promises that the film will still have its original flavor but with a modern taste. The announcement lists Fox International Productions Japan as a member of the film's production committee, alongside Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation, Bandai, and Bandai Namco Games. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is set to release in Japanese theaters March 30, 2013.

Source: ANN


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