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Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope (Pilot Episode)

For all of you Dragon Ball Z fans out there, these last few weeks have been great for you! Firstly, Xenoverse came out in the United States yesterday (and a couple weeks back in Japan) and everyone seems to be in love with it, me included! Then Fukkatsu No F manga chapters 1 and 2 leaked with more information on the awesome looking sequel to the Battle of Gods movie. 

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Now to end this month of February on a high note, check out the first episode of the new Dragon Ball Z pilot episode of Light of Hope, featuring ‘Future Trunks’ and Gohan and their fight against the androids. I just watched it and wow I have high hopes for these indie filmmakers RobotUnderdog2 . The actors look terrific, and the special effects and story looks great, after you check out the first episode be sure to donate so that they can bring out the second episode. Hollywood, this is how you properly do a live action anime!

P.S. oh and whoever did the casting for Android 17, you are the real MVP!

Hope is worth fighting for. In Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope, Gohan and Trunks fight against the unstoppable Androids #17 and #18 and try to save as many human lives as possible. The young Trunks must grow up quickly and learn from his mentor, Gohan; but with battles to fight on both the outside and inside, how long can they endure, and where will they find a light of hope? Subscribe, support and share if you want to see more episodes!

This series is an adaptation of “The History of Trunks” TV Special. In this timeline, Goku and the other Z Warriors are dead. This is the story of Gohan and Trunks in their battle to survive against the Androids.

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