Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' English version release date: Available October 20 on Blu-ray and DVD; set to hit theaters in Ireland and UK

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Fans of “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” may now watch the 19th installment in the widely successful franchise anytime they want as FUNimation Entertainment has announced that entire series will be coming to DVD and Blu-ray editions with digital HD made available first on October 9.

There will be two offerings for Blu-ray, the standard version and Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Collector’s Edition which retails at $34.98 and $59.98, respectively. Both will arrive on October 20 with the latter including premium packaging, four sets of holographic postcards presenting Frieza Force propaganda and special features such as “The Voices of Dragon Ball Z: They’re Back!” which talks about the making of the film; “The Return of Dragon Ball Z” with cast interviews and footages from the red carpet; closing songs; and several trailers.

Meanwhile, the DVD will start selling for $29.98.

For any pre-orders in FUNimation online store, users can also avail of exclusive Shenron dragon t-shirt for only $10.

Founder and chief executive officer Gen Fukunaga said that, “We’re grateful to all our fans for their tremendous response and support for the theatrical release of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’. I am especially pleased to bring them the home video release so quickly after the theatrical run so they can enjoy the movie over and over again, just as we will.”

The movie which highlights the quest of Goku and Vegeta in fighting off the return of Frieza had it official theatrical run from August 4 to 12 and has grossed more than $8 million across Canada and United States. Original series creator Akira Toriyama has personally supervised the project dubbed as the sequel to 2013’s “Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods.”

Following the success of the film, licensed distributor of Japanese animation in the United Kingdom, Manga Entertainment is pleased to reveal that Resurrection F will also hit the big screens in the UK and Ireland on September 30.