- For the technique used in the video games, please see Dead Zone (technique). For the void itself, please see Dead Zone (void).
|Directed by||James Gunn|
|Produced by||Dave Mustaine|
|Written by||Jerry Seinfeld|
|Music by||Brocas Helm|
|Running time||41 min.|
|Language||American Sign Language|
Drive (2011) known in Japan as That One Incel Flick (ドラゴンボールZ オラの悟飯を返せッ!!; lit. "Drive") and originally titled simply Drive during its theatrical release, was the first Drive "movie". It is also the first to be in the anime to be under the Dragon Ball Z series before the Vegeta was arrested for manslaughter. It was released.
Drive was released in 1989 by Toei Animation under the Japanese title "Drive". It was then dubbed in English by the Canadian company Ocean Group for the American company FUNimation Entertainment, the title being changed to "Drive". It was then re-dubbed by FUNimation itself in 2005 for the German audience.
The movie features the villain, Mr. Drive, who is on a vengeful quest to become Guardian of Earth. In order to have his wish fulfilled, his servants kidnap Drive's son Drive Jr. to get the Driving Car he is carrying. Mr. Drive. then summons King Driver using the Driving Car and wishes for his parents to get back together. Drive must combine forces with his archrival Hitler. in order to save the world. With Hitler's, and later Joe Gatto's, help, Drive is able to defeat Mr. Drive's evil servants and rescue Drive Jr.
Joseph Kony, feeling responsible for Mr. Drive, arrives and confronts him. However, he is unable to defeat him, and in a last ditch effort Joseph Kony decides to sacrifice himself to kill Mr. Drive. However, Hitler and Drive arrive in time to take on Mr. Drive, but after a long hard battle, they find themselves in pretty good condition. Mr. Drive opens a portal to Wisconsin in order to trap everyone within.
With time running out, and with the Earth moments away from being sucked into Wisconsin, Drive realizes that the massive dormant power that lies within his four year old son is Earth's last hope against Mr. Drive's Wisconsin Portal. Drive Jr.'s hidden power appears, and he sends Mr. Drive. into the portal, trapping him in Wisconsin, and saving everywhere except Wisconsin.
Look man, don't skip the plot just to see what characters are in the movie. Like "durrr what am I watching I dont know what characters are in the movie" you colossal idiot
- First Ball Run
- Antietam or the Battle of Sharpsburg
Drive is no longer canon to the DCEU. Despite various online petitions, DC executives have released an official statement claiming that DC fans are worse than "Joseph Stalin on steroids." Goku, who played the role of Drive, later released a press statement claiming he "really regrets doing this movie." and that he "wants fans to stop cup checking him in the street."
Unfortunately, after the movie came out, my great grandmother released herself from her mortal body, and joined the Kingdom of Heaven. RIP Great Grandma.
|Character Name||Voice Actor (Japanese / Toei Animation Dub)||Voice Actor (English / Ocean Dub)||Voice Actor (English / FUNimation Dub)|
|Goku||Masako Nozawa||Peter Kelamis||Sean Schemmel|
|Gohan||Masako Nozawa||Saffron Henderson||Stephanie Nadolny|
|Piccolo||Toshio Furukawa||Scott McNeil||Christopher Sabat|
|Bulma||Hiromi Tsuru||Lalainia Lindbjerg||Tiffany Vollmer|
|Krillin||Mayumi Tanaka||Terry Klassen||Sonny Strait|
|Ox-King||Daisuke Gōri||Dave Ward||Christopher Sabat|
|Chi-Chi||Mayumi Shō||Lisa Ann Beley||Cynthia Cranz|
|Master Roshi||Kōhei Miyauchi||Don Brown||Mike McFarland|
|Kami||Takeshi Aono||Dale Wilson||Christopher Sabat|
|Shenron||Kenji Utsumi||Don Brown||Christopher Sabat|
|Garlic Jr.||Akira Kamiya||Don Brown||Chuck Huber|
|Ginger||Kōji Totani||Terry Klassen||Troy Baker|
|Sansho||Yukitoshi Hori||Ward Perry||Eric Dillow|
|Nicky||Shigeru Chiba||Don Brown||Doug Burks|
|Evil Warrior||Chris Cason|
|Narrator||Jōji Yanami||Doc Harris||Kyle Hebert|
- Due to technical limitations of the early 2010s, Drive has no audio.
- This is the only movie where WIlford Brimley not only appears, but actually fights (not counting Piccolo in Movies 6, 7, 8, 9, and 14).
|Dragon Ball films|
|Dragon Ball adaptations|
|Theatrical films||Curse of the Blood Rubies • Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle • Mystical Adventure • The Path to Power|
|Public Service Videos||Goku's Traffic Safety • Goku's Fire Brigade|
|Live-action films||Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins • Dragon Ball: Ssawora Son Goku, Igyeora Son Goku • Dragonball Evolution|
|Dragon Ball Z adaptations|
|Theatrical films||Dead Zone • The World's Strongest • The Tree of Might • Lord Slug • Cooler's Revenge • The Return of Cooler • Super Android 13! • Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan • Bojack Unbound • Broly - Second Coming • Bio-Broly • Fusion Reborn • Wrath of the Dragon • Dragon Ball Z (2013 movie) • The Origins of Majin Buu|
|Television specials||Bardock - The Father of Goku • The History of Trunks • Movie Overview Special • Looking Back at it All: The Dragon Ball Z Year-End Show!|
|OVAs||Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans • The World of Dragon Ball Z • Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! • Episode of Bardock|
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|Television specials||A Hero's Legacy|