- The Washington Times - Tuesday, July 18, 2006

The comic book, video game, cartoon, action figure and trading card powerhouse, pop culture license known as Dragon Ball Z continues to live and give fans a chance to interact with its cash draining universe by offering an avalanche of products covering its 20-year history.

Usually, I might tout the latest 3D fighter video game Super Dragon Ball Z or the Fusion Reborn movie on DVD.

Except this time, put the credit cards away, it’s a “free to enter” contest organized by its American headquarters, FUNimation Entertainment.

The Fort Worth Texas based company has announced “The Biggest, Baddest Dragon Ball Z Giveaway on Earth” where seven grand prize winners will each receive a one-of-a-kind Dragon Ball, a TV, a Dragon Ball Z movie pack, a set of Atari video games, and a trip to participate in a final event where one contestant will win his wish such as a private meeting with Shenron the Dragon, a real life, Senzu bean salad or visit to Otakon 2006 (or whatever the $25,000 cash prize will buy).

Folks can freely enter the contest by registering at the official Dragon Ball Z Web site until September 19, 2006 with the final event taking place in November at the Wizard World Texas convention.

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