New DRAGON BALL Z Movie Footage Teases Return Of Frieza!

The biggest and baddest Dragon Ball Z villain of all-time- Frieza returns in Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F (Dragon Ball Z: F Is For Fukkatsu). Original Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyma is writing the script.

Here is a translation of what is in the trailer:

Text: The old enemy wished for by Dragonball fans
Narrator: The latest footage from next year’s Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F film has arrived.
Piccolo: He became a monster from another dimension and came back!
Vegeta: What is going on!?
Goku: Frieza!!
Frieza: Let me show you… My next evolution!
Narrator: Akira Toriyama who is writing the scripts, brought back Goku’s old enemy Frieza. Frieza is very popular among fans, and the film will be filled with so many action scenes that Akira Toriyama has called them “fierce.”
Text: Akira Toriyama – “Look forward to a fierce face-off.”

Frieza is back thanks to the powers of the Dragon Ball! It looks like he has a new transformation that will allow him to challenge Goku and the rest of the Z-fighters. The footage looks impressive but it raises a TON of questions. If you think about it almost everyone is now stronger than Frieza. Each character has gotten stronger during the Cell-saga and Buu-saga (Goku, Piccolo, Gohan, Vegeta and the rest of the Saiyans). Maybe Frieza took some steroids?  A new transformation would be how Frieza is once again a threat, it doesn’t explain though how he’s able to return. Maybe he’s a clone? I guess we will find out soon from Mr. Toriyama himself.

Dragon Ball Z: F Is For Fukkatsu is released in Japan on April 18, 2015.

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