Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope!
A good associate of mine and Dragonball expert, Derek Padula, author of the 2012 book Dragon Ball Z “It’s Over 9,000!” When Worldviews Collide, is writing the screenplay for an upcoming live-action web series called Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope. While production is still under wraps, right below is some information about the project – check it out!
New Dragon Ball Z Web Series Gives Hope to Fans!A new live-action web series based on the #1 anime, manga and video game series Dragon Ball Z reveals the gritty action of a hero’s rising light in a world filled with darkness, forever changing how fans view Dragon Ball Z.
Please check out and support the project, either through monetary donations, spreading the word, or both! This faithful representation of the Dragon Ball world can prove to be a shining example for fans of anime everywhere with its authentic attention to detail and respect for the source material.
Author: Miguel Douglas
Showa Fujishima is a former detective. One day, his daughter Kanako, who is a model student, disappears. To find his daughter, he investigates more carefully into his daughter’s life. He then becomes involved in a shocking situation.
Kuklo was found as a baby crying in a mass of Titan vomit, amidst the dead titan corpses. He is essentially hated by the people inside the walls. Kuklo, despite his horrible beginnings and a single-functioning eye, also seems to grow unnaturally fast. He parts himself from his past and gambles on the fate of humanity by enlisting in the Survey Corps.
In 1972, an ancient alien hypergate was discovered on the surface of the moon. Using this technology, humanity began migrating to Mars and settling there. After settlers discovered additional advanced technology, the Vers Empire was founded, which claimed Mars and its secrets for themselves. Later, the Vers Empire declared war on Earth, and in 1999, a battle on the Moon’s surface caused the hypergate to explode, shattering the Moon and scattering remnants into a debris belt around the planet.
The story takes place many years in the future where the game “Rhyme,” a virtual fighting game, is incredibly popular and people possess “AllMates,” convenient AI computers.