Author has written 8 stories for Bleach, Dragon Ball Z, and Naruto.
Hey, fanfictioners. Just a few of my interests. I've condensed everything into categories. Ah, order.
Favorite Books: ((The list goes on, but for the sake of brevity, let me stop there...))
Favorite Animes: (Too many to mention)
Favorite TV shows:
Favorite Movies:(Too many to mention)
The Vampire Diaries
One Tree Hill
Once Upon A Time
2. Jerza - trust, protection, chemistry.
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Pact:
This pact is meant to hold together the remaining fans of Dragon Ball/Z/GT. Whether you like the FUNimation dub or the Ocean dub, whether you like the manga or the anime, whether you say 'Saiyan' or 'Saiyajin', we must stand strong and united, for we are the last of our dying race! And all those who are true fans, post this up on your page, forever proclaiming your Dragon Ball heritage
For more, visit my tumblr page. I've noticed that the link doesn't appear or when the link is clicked it brings you back to the profile page...so try these methods.
Method 1: Go to google type in Saiyankiprincess. The first link is my tumblr page.
Method 2: Type my url name (Saiyankiprincess) then add .tumblr.com to it.
Former penname: Sapphireshineszx1400
Story ANNOUNCEMENTS !!!
I deleted two of my older stories. Why you ask? Because they were some early works, I'm not too proud of. My perfectionism far exceeds my need for nostalgic revisits.
They were Just Friends and Soon to be Parents. I considered going back to reconstruct and one day post them, but uh idk. I do have other earlier works that are less than perfect, but I keep those. They aren't as embarrassing, and I do need them for nostalgic revisits. Feel free to check them out, but I've grown since writing them.
Check out my newer stories. And Review!
IN OTHER NEWS:
Battle of the Gods: My Review for the Cinema Release... [BEWARE CONTAINS AN INCREDULOUS AMOUNT OF SPOILERS[It is a bit lengthy]
Dragon Ball Z has more than survived the test of time. With its reputable name and collectively large fan base it has left its mark, metaphorically speaking, on the sandy beaches of our generation. Struck with the arduous waves of nostalgia, I sought to see the movie the moment it was announced to be released in theaters. Of course, as a long time fan, along with the nostalgic peel, I felt the anticipation. It had been 17 years and I feared that many would overlook the theater release altogether due to the prolong the hiatus. Boy was I wrong. I went to see the movie on its second day and it was far from vacant. Walking into the large, dimly lit auditorium, I let my eyes wander around, surveying the people who sat also waiting for the show, like me, they'd held such appreciation and love for. Wasting no time, I marched up and strategically chose my seat and waited for the magic to begin. As I've said before, I had feared that many would neglect to give their support and show up. But three minutes prior, I watched as, progressively, people began to stray in; young kids, teens, adults, couples, families, and groups of friends all began pouring in. Before too long the theater was packed.
Then came the movie. The start of the movie was commendable. Light, but clear use of humor from beginning to end. The characters were as remembered. And the new addition of characters: Beerus and Whis, was nothing but natural. They were clearly and fundamentally introduced to us without any forced—long winded stories behind each character history. The plot was well paced packed with some very dimensional fighting sequences. No time was wasted on mediocre, trivial shenanigans. From the get-go, we are offered a very enticing fight between Beerus and Goku. The fight was nothing less than epic despite Goku's quick and apparent loss. Beerus and Whis then headed to Earth. Beerus, the god of destruction, is searching for what is called "the super Saiyan god" and this search was brought by a premonition he had. That is the gist of the plot—the binding to the story.
In his search to find the SSG, Beerus and Whis end up crashing Bulma's birthday party. Let me mention, Bulma's voice actor was changed, but that isn't much an issue and should hardly be a fault to the character itself. She was still the same hot-tempered, spunky, Bulma. Prior to Beerus's arrival, our very own Saiyan Prince was informed through King kai to keep the god of destruction temper in check. In his efforts in keeping Beerus temper in check, Vegeta is forced to bite down his pride and give the performance of his lifetime—a nice comedic turnout. But things head south when Majin Buu provokes Beerus to unleash his temper. Let me mention the whole loss of temper was because of pudding! With his wrath unleashed, Beerus threatens to destroy the planet. Upon hearing this, everyone bombards the god, and one by one they are all defeated with one strike. From their quick defeat, we see how powerful Beerus is.
Then the most epic moment of all epic moments occurs when Bulma gets in a good slap on Beerus. Unfazed, the god of destruction slaps Bulma knocking her down unconscious. Vegeta sees this and literally explodes, exclaiming, "Don't hit my Bulma!" and in that moment he does the one thing he's always wanted to do: he surpassed Goku! Vegeta not only takes a full on assault from the god he then gets a few hits. I am a staunch fan in the couple so that scene alone did me justice, and it was incredulously epic. In the last quarter, Beerus and Goku engage in their last battle. Goku temporarily becomes the SSG. We get to see Goku's signature move the "Kamehameha wave." What made this movie different from the others was the ending. I wouldn't call it a plot twist, but it did end in a way none of us quite expected it to end. Influenced by the Saiyan's great character, Beerus ends up not destroying the planet...The fight was clean and easy to follow.
Altogether the movie was a hit. It had a nice refreshing plot with an exceptional beginning, middle, and end. All paced exceptionally well. The characters were as we remembered them to be; they were still the characters we fell in love with some years back. The animation was SUPERB. The dialogue was great. The whole thing was enticing. I give it 9/10 stars. I choose not to give it 10/10 because I am intensely waiting for the sequel.
Bravo and thank yous to Akira Toriyama, Funimation cast, and any unmentioned party responsible for the theater release. Truly an unforgettable—amazing experience.