A Look At Videl from Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

Posted on April 1, 2013

In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, Videl, the daughter of Hercule Satan, takes on a somewhat different look when comparing to her days in the original Dragon Ball Z. Her hair in Battle of Gods is almost shoulder length, with a red hairband, and red outfit. Check out some new screenshots of her, along with others from the movie:

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Movie Spoilers Towards the end of this video, she breaks the news to the Z Warriors she is pregnant with Gohan’s child.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is the 18th movie in the Dragon Ball anime series. It will take place between Dragon Ball manga chapters 517 and 518, in the 10 year timeskip after Goku defeats Buu, but before the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament. Akira Toriyama along with Toei Animation, Fox International Productions Japan, Shueisha, Fuji TV, Bandai, and Namco Bandai Games are all involved. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods was released in Japanese theaters on March 30, 2013. There is no word on a North American or European release date at this time, however, Toei has acknowledged a huge international response and has received government funding for a potential release.