Trilogy of Japanese animes from the ‘Dragon Ball Z’ series. In ‘Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan’ (1993) Vegeta (voice of Ryo Horikawa) is promised that he will be the rightful King of New Vegeta by the mysterious Saiyan, Paragus (Iemasa Kayumi). After rejecting this proposal at first, Vegeta accompanies Paragus in returning to the new planet with the other Z-Fighters and meets Paragus’ son, Broly (Bin Shimada). It soon becomes apparent that Broly is mentally disturbed as he becomes infuriated at the mere presence of Goku (Masako Nozawa) who has arrived on New Vegeta after sensing that the North Galaxy is next to be destroyed by a Super Saiyan. Can Goku find and stop the Super Saiyan’s destructive path before Broly unleashes his rage? In ‘Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming’ (1994) Goku has died after sacrificing himself to protect Earth from Cell’s destruction and Goten (Nozawa), Trunks (Takeshi Kusao) and Videl (Yuko Minaguchi) are on a quest to gather the Dragon Balls. When they stumble upon a village named Nataday which is cursed by the presence of a monster they hatch a plan to defeat it, but Goten accidentally throws the plot off course and Videl strikes him, causing him to cry out. After crash landing on Earth and being comatose for seven years, Broly emerges when he hears Goten’s crying and looks to seek out and destroy the Z-Fighters. Can the gang repel Broly’s Legendary Super Saiyan power and defeat him at last? Finally, in ‘Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly’ (1994), Broly is regenerated after his blood is used by the evil Mr. Jaguar (Naoki Tatsuta) to create a clone of his body to be used as one of his special bio-warriors. Trunks and Goten attempt to kill him before he is able to rise again, but Broly becomes aware of Goten’s presence and explodes with fury. As Jaguar has put Broly under instruction to destroy Hercule (Daisuke Gori), the terrifyingly deformed Broly takes him on before aiming for Trunks and Goten. Will they put an end to the Bio-Broly’s reign of terror?