Attention Earthlings and Saiyans alike! Power up your podcasting devices to over 9000 because it’s time for another electrifying episode of Play Comics! Today we’re diving headfirst into the pixelated world of Dragon Ball Z Legendary Super Warriors on the Game Boy Color. Prepare for a journey through time space and nostalgic handheld gaming that’ll make your hair stand on end (and possibly turn golden).

Joining us on this epic quest is none other than our legendary recurring guest Karrington Martin from K&K Indie Gaming Corner. He’s back faster than you can say “Instant Transmission” ready to unleash his wealth of knowledge like a perfectly timed Spirit Bomb.

So grab your senzu beans, polish your dragon balls, and get ready to explore a game that squeezed the entire DBZ saga into a tiny cartridge. It’s time to go beyond the manga pages and into the realm of pocket-sized martial arts mayhem. Let’s see if this game is truly legendary or if it’ll leave us wishing for the dragon to grant us a better adaptation!Continue Reading

Greetings, fellow Play Comics aficionados and Dragon Ball Z fanatics! It’s time to power up your ki and get ready for an adventure unlike any other. We’re diving headfirst into the wild world of the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game on the Game Boy Advance, and trust us, it’s going to be a blast!

But wait, there’s more! Joining us on this epic journey is the one and only Kyle Billie from The Rad(io) Shorts podcast. With his wicked sense of humor and infectious enthusiasm, we know Kyle will bring a whole new level of fun and excitement to our exploration of this classic card game. Just imagine the shenanigans we’ll get into as we battle it out with our favorite characters and try to outsmart each other with clever strategies.

So, whether you’re a seasoned card game pro or a die-hard Dragon Ball Z fan, you won’t want to miss this episode. Get ready to laugh, strategize, and reminisce about the good old days of portable gaming. It’s going to be a wild ride, and we’re thrilled to have you along for the journey!Continue Reading

Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z were the introduction to anime for a ton of people my age. So imagine how cool it must have been to finally have a game of it? And a fighter at that! What could possibly go wrong?

Listen in as Luke Herr from Multiversal Q, Exiled, and RPG Pals Club comes on the show to talk about the first Dragon Ball Z game made that came out in North America, but not the first one that came out in North America. Don’t worry the craziness is just getting started.Continue Reading