It was heavily suspected that Dragon Ball Z Kai would be continuing after abruptly ending at the end of the Cell Saga a few years back, and now those suspicions have been confirmed. The Buu Saga brought us the golden haired Super Saiyan 3 transformation, Gohan’s potential being unlocked and also introduced powerful fusion characters such as Gotenks and Vegito. The saga was also host to some memorable villians such as Dabura, Majin Vegeta and of course, Majin Buu. Originally the Kai version of the Buu Saga was thought to only be for overseas markets, however it now seems that it will be making it’s way to Japan after all.
Dragon Ball Z Kai is the remastered, filler free re-cut of one of the most popular anime in existence, Dragon Ball Z, which also features redone voice work and a new soundtrack. The redone Buu Saga will be no exception, however this time the score will not be completed by composer Kenji Yamamoto (who originally conducted the Kai score as well as the soundtrack for many Dragon Ball games) as he was fired for possibly infringing on copyrighted material.