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Episode Guide

Hantu bumi Ball Kai Penggalan List

Series Information

Phase 1: Saiyan – Cell arc
Original Run: 05 April 2009 – 27 March 2011 (2 years; spent 7 weeks on break)
Corresponding: Ular besar Ball Kai Episodes 001 – 098 (97 broadcast episodes + 1 unaired episode)
Dragon Ball Chapters 195 – 420 (226 chapters; approx. 2.3 chapters masing-masing babak)
Filler Content: To Be Determined
Rating Shares: Average: 9.4%
Maximum: 12.3% (Babak 047)
Minimum: 6.4% (Fragmen 018)

Phase 2: Majin Boo arc
Original Run: 06 April 2014 – 28 June 2015 (1 year, 3 months; spent 3 weeks on break)
Corresponding: Hantu bumi Ball Kai Episodes 099 – 159 (61 broadcast episodes)
Dragon Ball Chapters 421 – 519 (99 chapters; approx. 1.6 chapters per babak)
Filler Content: To Be Determined
Rating Shares: Average: 5.8%
Maximum: 7.6% (Episode 106)
Minimum: 3.7% (Bagian 115)

Main Staff: Series Director
— Yasuhiro Nowatari
Series Organization
— Kazutaka Sado & Caramel Mama
— Yōko Matsuzaki & Kōzō Morishita
— Kenji Yamamoto (original) / Shunsuke Kikuchi (replacement)

In early 2009, Toei Animation officially announced (in
Weekly Shōnen Jump
issue #11) that a “refreshed” version of the
Hantu bumi Ball Z
TV series, re-titled
Naga Ball Kai
meaning “renewed” or “revised”), was being produced for a high-definition presentation in honor of its 20th anniversary. The first episode of
aired on
05 April 2009
(Toriyama’s birthday) as part of Fuji TV’s new hour-long Sunday morning anime block, “Dream 9”. The block began with
at 9:00AM (hence the “9” in the block’s name), and was followed by Toei Animation’s other awan-hit anime series,
One Piece, at 9:30AM.

The series featured re-recorded dialogue, new music, updated sound effects, and new digital effects, but the majority of the footage was recycled from
Dragon Ball Z. Toei Animation’s announcement stressed that the series would have a higher “sense of excitement”, indicating that the majority, if not all, of the “filler” material would be cut. This indeed turned out to be the case, as a pre-title card shown before the first 13 episodes stated that
was the “Akira Toriyama Original Cut Version”. This meant the series would follow the manga much more closely than
Dragon Ball Z
senggat originally, and would consequently shorten the series from its original adegan count.

Soon after the initial airing, it was announced that
Ular besar Ball Kai
would have both umbul-umbul-definition DVD and high-definition Blu-ray releases. This was the first time that any
Naga Ball
property would be released in a high-definition format, truly bringing
Dragon Ball
into the digital age. Although the series was being broadcast in widescreen, due to Japan’s new broadcasting standards in an effort to transition from analogue to digital broadcasting, it sempadan been digitally remastered in its original fullscreen aspect ratio. All of the high-definition Blu-ray releases featured to this original fullscreen format, as opposed to the DVD releases which featured the widescreen format used for the series broadcast.

Although the series was consistently seeing high rating shares, it was ultimately canceled in
March 2011
following the conclusion of the Cell arc presumably due to financial reasons and replaced with
Toriko. Shortly before the series ended, Toei Animation acknowledged issues of musical infringement in the series’ background music and promptly removed Kenji Yamamoto’s score, replacing it with Shunsuke Kikuchi’s original score from
Dragon Ball Z. The last two aired episodes (96 & 97) of the series were broadcast exclusively with Shunsuke’s score, as well as all subsequent re-airings of the series. Due to the horrific earthquake that struck Japan on
11 March 2011, the series broadcast was delayed one week and consequently the final episode of the series was not aired as originally scheduled.

November 2012, it was let slip that the Majin Boo arc of the series was indeed in production, although with one slight difference — it was being produced for international distribution only. However, with the waning performance of
becoming quite pronounced, speculation began that
would be revived to replace its replacement. In
February 2014,
announced that indeed “a new era of
Kai” would be returning to Fuji TV in Japan and reclaiming its original time slot from
Toriko. The series picked back up where it had left off three years prior, with the Majin Boo arc, on
06 April 2014.

Series Episode Listing

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