VIDEO: First “Dragon Ball Z Battle of Gods” Fight Scene Plus New Super Saiyan God images!

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 Birusu’s (Bills) first fight scene in the upcoming film Battle of Gods, scheduled to release March 30, 2013 in Japan. Looks like the Z Warriors have their work cut out for them!

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Prepare your eyes for the first fight scene of the movie Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods from the iconic Akira Toriyama. Its the Z warriors against the God of Destruction himself, who quickly beats all of them. This looks like a job for Goku!

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Meanwhile, the latest issue of V-Jump magazine reveals the actual appearance of the Super Saiyan God Son Goku that will debut in the upcoming “Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods” film.

According to the spoilers, the Super Saiyan God is a legendary form of the Saiyans that requires the power of six pure-hearted Saiyans. “Super Saiyan God” had appeared on Planet Vegeta once before to stop evil Saiyans, but he failed due to the form’s time limit. Goku with the help of other five Saiyans — Vegeta, Gohan, Trunks, Goten, and the baby inside Videl (Pan) — achieved this form.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods takes place several years after the battle with Majin Boo, which determined the fate of the entire universe. Wiss and Bills, the God of Destruction, are tasked with maintaining some sort of balance in the universe. After awakening from a long slumber, Bills is visited by Wiss and he learns that the galactic overlord Freeza has been defeated by a Super Saiyan from the North Quadrant of the universe named Goku, who is also a former student of the North Kaiō. Bills tracks down this warrior, Goku on Kaiō-sama’s planet with his ally, the mysterious Wiss and challenges him to a battle. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods explodes with dynamic action from there, featuring character such as Kuririn, Gohan, Piccolo, Vegeta, and more of the Z Warriors.

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Source : Crunchy Roll