Starting tonight, Funimation will be streaming Dragon Ball Z episodes 1-15 on their website. This is just the first step in what they say will be streaming of all Dragon Ball shows, including Dragon Ball Kai, online, for free. This is an unprecedented feat for the company.
The DBZ streaming uses the Funimation "Remastered Season Sets" footage. The "orange bricks" as they're often called have video that Funimation remastered on their own, causing the loss of detail. They also blew up the picture and cropped it for widescreen, so there's also missing bits of the picture. They also messed around with the colors so that it's much brighter than intended.
Otaku Revolution is run by myself, Falldog, and long term associate PenguinTruth. We've had a few other contributors over the years as well, including Juu-kuchi and singled_out. It's been mainly just a place for our various nerd musings since 2008. At some point I thought it would be nifty to have a full blown anime site, but tallent and ambition aren't always hand in hand.
OtakuRevolution.com was born from another site, OtakuRevolution.net, which was a web forum and sprite comic site dating back to the early 2000s. I was a member at that time, and somehow snagged the .com TLD when it popped up. The Otaku Revolution name lives on in remembrance of that simpler time.