It is the near future, United Space Calendar Year 192. The evil alien Radam has besieged the Earth, gaining control of the enormous Orbital Ring that surrounds the planet, and raining down mysterious spores that fill Earth with alien plants. Aki and Noal, two pilots from the Outer Space Development Group, find one of the alien lieutenants who crash-landed on Earth. The stranger claims to have no memory, and is determined to fight to protect humanity! His name is D-Boy, and he appears to be a normal human, until he transforms into the bio-mechanical warrior, Tekkaman Blade!
Dragon Ball Super (TV 1 - 26) DVD 2 Discs (26 Episodes) Japan Japanese Anime / English Subtitles
No of Disc 2 Discs (26 Episodes) Version Japanese Subtitles Chinese / English / Malay Format DVD / NTSC & All Region Code Story: A peaceful period following the defeat of Kid Buu, half a year after the Majin's defeat, Goku continues to attempt to maintain Earth's peace despite being forced by Chi-Chi to work on their radish farm. Gohan and Videl are married, and Goten and Trunks plan to find a wedding present for them. Beerus dreams of a Super Saiyan God and upon waking begins a search for the figure, believing his dream to be prophetic. The search leads him to King Kai's planet where he outclasses Super Saiyan 3 Goku, before turning his eyes to Vegeta on planet Earth.
Wishing to turn the tide of war, Guin Rhineford leads the Earth Militia into space aboard the Willghem. His hope is that a solution for the conflict might be reached once they arrive at the Moon. However, Queen Dianna's absence has caused disarray for the government she had left behind and created a power vacuum in the Moonrace leadership. Meanwhile, for the sake of his friends, Loran Cehack continues to assist Guin Rhineford by piloting the Turn A Gundam. But as his knowledge of the machine's operation grows, so too do his concerns about its terrible past recorded in the Dark History. Under what circumstances could a weapon this powerful have come to be forgotten? Contains Episodes 26-50; Special Features: 3-Part Interview with Mechanical Designer Syd Mead, Clean Opening, Clean Closing; Audio: Japanese, Subtitles: English.