The long-awaited volumes 18 and 19 to the insanely popular Dragon Ball Z series have been announced by Funimation. These tapes, which for the first time will NOT be distributed by Pioneer (rather, by Funimation themselves), will be released on May 15, according to The Right Stuf, and will retail for $14.95 each.
Funimation has also decided to make available the complete, uncut versions of the episodes. While Cartoon Network lets them get away with a bit less censoring, there is still some that needs to be done. The uncut episodes will feature the dubbed version, untouched visually, and will retail for $19.95. Volumes 18 and 19 (dubbed "Assault" and "Double Cross" respectively) will be the first volumes to see an uncut release.