Funimation expressed that the organization should have 2,500 duplicates of the set pre-requested so as to produce the set. The organization clarified that it will have a booking effort for the new set later, and that if the set does not get 2,500 pre-orders, Funimation won’t make the set. Funimation included that 2,500 units are the base form request for sets from its printers.
The organization has so far declared that the set will incorporate the total Dragon Ball Z anime arrangement on Blu-ray Disk with new reward content, a selective collectible figure, and “North America’s first-since forever full-sized hardback artbook” for the arrangement. Funimation said it will uncover more data about the set sometime in the not too distant future.
Funimation clarified that it isn’t looking to crowdfund the set on destinations like Kickstarter as those crowdfunding stages “are normally soliciting fans to support the creation from new substance, not something like an authority’s release which might be cool yet isn’t exactly equivalent to new substance.”