Why we’re getting ‘The Dragon Ball’ reboot, and why the world needs it more than ever

When I was growing up, I’d see “Dragon Ball” cartoons on TV and I was fascinated by the adventures of Goku and Vegeta.

It’s a franchise that is beloved by both adults and kids.

They were often super fun to watch, with the villains having their own cool fighting styles.

Now, though, the series has been retooled and it’s gotten darker and more gritty.

There are new villains and some characters have changed their names, but the basic story is the same: a peaceful, Earth-based village is invaded by evil aliens.

The aliens, the Dragon Balls, are a threat, and Goku, Vegeta and their friends must go back to the planet to save it from annihilation.

Now the franchise has become a major part of pop culture, with movies like “The Last Dragon Ball” and the recent reboot of the “Dragonball Z” movie franchise.

While many fans of the original “Dragon” series still watch the cartoon and have fond memories, there are plenty of other fans who don’t watch much “Dragon,” either because they’re tired of the plot or because they feel like it’s missing something.

I wanted to know what fans thought about “The Dragonball” reboot, what they wanted to see, and what they would like to see in the future.

Here are my five biggest questions.

Why do we need a new “Dragon”?

After years of the series getting a new name and a reboot, there’s still no clear reason why we need one.

I know a lot of people are eager to see the next reboot, but if the “original” show has a bigger impact on pop culture and the world, I wonder if it’s better for fans to see something new and different.

The new name will have no bearing on the original series, which is just as well.

While the reboot is meant to bring back the series’ characters and give fans a chance to enjoy the show without spoiling anything, there is a good chance fans will still be left disappointed.

The “Dragonballs” were fun to make, but they were also a distraction from the show’s main theme, and that’s something fans love about the show.

If the reboot were to be too dark and too dark-hearted, fans will be disappointed, too.

Is there anything wrong with the “dragonballs” or is it just nostalgia?

There are some fans who love the original, but some people would rather see the show get a reboot.

“The Dragons” were a big part of my childhood, and I miss watching them.

The characters have all changed, but my favorites are the main characters, Goku and Trunks, who are still great characters to watch.

But I also loved watching the series when it was still popular in Japan and it still had great voice acting.

I’d love to see some of that work back in the form of a “DragonBall” movie.

Is the “resurrection” really the same thing as the original show?

In the original version, the “Resurrection Army” was a bunch of evil alien invaders that tried to take over the Earth, but Goku and his friends saved the planet and got rid of them.

This time around, the invasion is the army of evil aliens who have invaded the Earth to wipe out all life on Earth.

Theres no clear answer as to whether theres a reboot or a remake, but I’m glad to see that the show is getting the reboot treatment.

What else is new in the new “Theres” series?

Theres a new villain, called “The Blue Dragon,” who was a villain from the original Dragon Ball.

The Blue Dragon was created by Goku and was voiced by actor Akira Ishida, who was later to become a voice actor for “Dragon ball” movies like the upcoming “Dragon Quest 8.”

I love the idea of having Goku and friends again, even if hes not the main villain.

I hope to see more of the Blue Dragon in future installments, and fans can expect to see him in more action movies.

Why did they make the “Tekken” series with the same characters and storyline?

While I love Tekken and would love to play in it, I dont like the “main” characters of the show who have all been removed from the series.

Tekken 2 and 3 are the only ones with characters from the “Original” series.

Thats why Ive always wanted a new series, and this reboot is just a way for fans of “Techs” to finally see the characters they’ve always loved.

What do you think of the new series?

Will the new characters be a welcome addition to the franchise?

I hope theres something new to do with the main cast and some new characters to keep fans happy.

The reboot has some great ideas, but im hoping that it doesnt just feel like a “Resolution.”

Theres so much potential for a new, original series. I