Dragonball Z TV #10: Namek - Rebirth (of 17) (Mania.com)

By:Chris Beveridge
Review Date: Tuesday, September 14, 1999
Release Date: Tuesday, September 14, 1999



What They Say
EPISODE #29: FRIENDS OR FOES?
Bulma, Gohan and Krillin are captured by a mysterious group of militant, heavily armed children on the way to the planet Namek. At first, they accuse the trio of being the henchmen of the evil Frieza that destroyed their home planet. However, when the earthlings help in a dangerous situation, the refugees allow them to continue on their journey to the planet Namek.

EPISODE #30: HUNT FOR A DRAGON BALL
On the planet Namek, Bulma, Gohan and Krillin begin the adventurous hunt for the Dragon Balls with the help of two Namek natives. On Earth, Goku starts his training early even though he has not yet healed, while far away in the universe, Vegeta rests in the recovery room at one of Frieza's bases.

EPISODE #31: WHO'S WHO?
Just as Gohan and others are about to find all of the Dragon Balls, the two 'Nameks' reveal their true identity! The earthlings are in big trouble! Meanwhile, Vegeta finds out that Frieza has already left for the planet Namek to search for the Dragon Balls. Vegeta also takes off to Namek!

The Review!
What We Say Audio and video on this installment of Dragonball Z is pretty decent. You'll not find many surprises in the audio department and the video is fairly clean.

Features
English Language

Review Equipment
Toshiba CF36H50 36" TV, Pioneer 414 codefree DVD player, Sony STR-DE915 DD receiver, Monster S-Video cable and Sony speakers.



Mania Grade: B
Audio Rating: B
Video Rating: B
Packaging Rating: B
Menus Rating: C
Extras Rating: N/A
Age Rating: All
Region: 1 - North America
Released By: Geneon Entertainment (USA), Inc.
MSRP: 14.98
Running time: 65
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Disc Resolution: 480i/p (mixed/unknown)
Disc Encoding: MPEG-2
Series: Dragon Ball Z