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Encyclopedia > Dragon Ball GT
Dragon Ball GT
ドラゴンボールGT (ジーティー)
(DoragonbōruJīTī)
Genre Action, Science fiction
TV anime
Director Osamu Kasai
Studio Toei Animation
Network Flag of Japan Fuji TV, Animax
Original run February 7, 1996November 19, 1997
Episodes 64
Sagas
  1. Black Star Dragon Ball Saga
  2. Baby Saga
  3. Super 17 Saga
  4. Shadow Dragon Saga
TV Special
  1. A Hero's Legacy

Dragon Ball GT (ドラゴンボールGT DoragonbōruJīTī?) is a Japanese anime-only sub-series of the Dragon Ball franchise created by Akira Toriyama. Dragon Ball GT is the sequel to the Dragon Ball Z anime, which is an adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga. Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... Image File history File links Ggttg. ... The action genre is a class of creative works characterised by a greater emphasis on exciting action sequences than on character development or story-telling. ... A science fiction genre is a division (genre) of science fiction. ... TV redirects here. ... Animé redirects here. ... Toei Animation Company, Limited ) (JASDAQ: 4816) is a Japanese animation studio owned by the Toei Company. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Japan. ... The Fuji TV headquarters in Odaiba is known for its eccentric architecture. ... 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Contents

Plot

The series continues the adventures of Son Goku who is turned back into a child by the Black-Star Dragon Balls and is forced to travel across the galaxy to retrieve them. It is the only series that is not based directly on the original story by Toriyama.[1] Goku redirects here. ... A Dragon Ball (龍球 Mandarin lóng-qiú, katakana ronchū) is a fictional artifact from the manga and anime Dragon Ball/Dragon Ball Z, as well as Dragon Ball GT. A similar version of them with the same name also appear in the Akira Toriyama manga Dragon Boy (a series of...


Series history

Dragon Ball GT began on Fuji TV at 7:30 p.m.[citation needed] on Wednesday, February 7, 1996, exactly one week after the final episode of Dragon Ball Z. It ran for 64 episodes, the last of which aired on November 4, 1997. It has also been aired across Japan by the anime television network, Animax, where it is currently being regularly broadcast. Unlike the Dragon Ball anime and Dragon Ball Z, series creator Akira Toriyama had only minor involvement in the show's early stages, setting forth the initial premise of the series, as well as creating designs for most of the villains and main characters , including newcomer Giru. Early episodes are much more comedic in tone, reminiscent of early Dragon Ball. The later episodes, however, are action-packed and feature the same sort of dramatic tone that existed in Dragon Ball Z. However, the series was ended after less than two years on the air, a move many believe to be the result of declining popularity.[2] There are no subsequent Dragon Ball anime or manga (rumors of new series, such as Dragon Ball AF, also rumored as "Dragon Ball Another Future", have existed since the end of Dragon Ball GT in 1997 and are untrue). Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... is the 38th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 308th day of the year (309th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... For the band, see 1997 (band). ... Animax ) is a Japanese anime satellite television network, established and owned by Sony Corporation, and dedicated to broadcasting anime programming. ... Dragon Ball ) is an anime that was produced in the late 1980s, being an adaptation of the first sixteen volumes of the Dragon Ball manga written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama and published in Japan in the Weekly Shonen Jump manga anthology comic. ... The Dragon Ball AF logo from Daizenshuu EX Aprils Fool Prank. ...


There are two companion books to the series, called the Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files, released in May 1997 and December 1997 by Shueisha's Jump Comics Selection imprint. They include series information, illustration galleries, behind-the-scenes information, and more. They were out of print for many years, but were re-released in April 2006 and this edition is still in print. Shueisha ) is a major publisher in Japan, headquartered in Tokyo. ...


On June 15, 2005, Toei Animation (in conjunction with distributor Pony Canyon) released the entire series (including the Gokū Jr. TV special) in an extremely limited-edition DVD boxed set (called "Dragon Box GT"), along with a Dragon Radar remote control and an exclusive booklet. While the set features remastered audio and video, there are no subtitles, English or otherwise. It's also unavailable to general public due to its scarce numbers and its cost.[3] However, individual disc releases of the series will begin with volumes 1 and 2 (containing episodes 1-6 and 7-12, respectively) on 6 February 2008, continuing until 4 June with the release of the 11th and final single-disc volume.[4] is the 166th day of the year (167th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Toei Animation Company, Limited ) (JASDAQ: 4816) is a Japanese animation studio owned by the Toei Company. ... Pony Canyon is a large Japanese company, established on October 1st 1966, which publishes music, DVD and VHS videos, movies and video games. ... DVD (also known as Digital Versatile Disc or Digital Video Disc) is a popular optical disc storage media format. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ...


English adaptations

US (FUNimation) version

The English adaptation of Dragon Ball GT ran on Cartoon Network between 2003 and 2005, but the version by FUNimation had a major alteration: the first 16 episodes of the series, the "Black Star Dragon Ball Saga", were cut and replaced by a single US-only episode which summarized the episodes; this became the new series premiere. This edit was implemented by the producers of the English dub to prevent viewers from possibly being put-off by these differently-toned early episodes. The missing episodes have since been released as the "Lost Episodes". For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ...


International (Blue Water) version

Outside of the United States, (excluding Australia and New Zealand) a different English dub of the series was aired, featuring the voice talent of Canadian voice acting group Blue Water Studios. While the voices are different from both the American and international English dubs of Dragon Ball Z, the original background music by Akihito Tokunaga was kept, the episodes were aired in their proper order, and the scripts were kept much closer to the original Japanese version. However, the international version kept the original Japanese theme song but used English subtitles. An English version of the GT theme song was sung while this dub aired on Toonami in the UK and YTV in Canada, however these were different lyrics to the original song and not a direct translation. A voice actor (also a voice artist) is a person who provides voices for animated characters (including those in feature films, television series, animated shorts), voice-overs in radio and television commercials, audio dramas, dubbed foreign language films, video games, puppet shows, and amusement rides. ... This article is about the Canadian television network. ...


TV special

Japanese title

Gokū Sidestory! The Proof of his Courage is the Si Xing Qiu [Four-Star Ball]

  • (悟空外伝! 勇気の証しは四星球 Gokū Gaiden! Yūki no Akashi wa Sūshinchū)

FUNimation title

  • A Hero's Legacy

Theme songs

  • Opening
    1. "Dan Dan Kokoro Hikarete 'ku" (DAN DAN 心魅かれてく? Gradually, You’re Charming My Heart)
      • Lyrics: Izumi Sakai, Music: Tetsurō Oda, Arrangement: Takeshi Hayama, Performance: Field of View
        • Version 1: episodes 1-26
        • Version 2: episodes 27-64
  • Ending
    1. "Hitori ja nai" (ひとりじゃない? I'm Not Alone)
      • Lyrics: Shûichi Ikemori, Music: Tetsurō Oda, Arrangement: Hiroto Furui, Performance: Deen
      • Used for the Black Star Dragonball Saga and beginning of the Bebi saga (1-26)
    2. "Don't You See!"
      • Lyrics: Izumi Sakai, Music: Seiichirō Kuribayashi, Arrangement: Takeshi Hayama, Performance: Zard
      • Used later in the Bebi Saga and the Beginning of the Super 17 saga (27-41)
    3. "Blue Velvet"
      • Lyrics: Aeri, Music: Hatake, Arrangement: Hatake, Performance: Shizuka Kudō
      • Used for the Super 17 saga and beginning of the Shadow Dragon Saga (42-50)
    4. "Sabitsuita Mashingan de Ima o Uchinukō" (錆びついたマシンガンで今を撃ち抜こう? Let’s Blast through this Moment with a Rusted Machinegun)
      • Lyrics: Miho Komatsu, Music: Miho Komatsu, Arrangement: Daisuke Ikeda, Performance: Wands
      • Used for the Shadow Dragon Saga to the end of series (51-64)
    5. "Dan Dan Kokoro Hikarete 'ku" (DAN DAN 心魅かれてく? Bit by Bit, You're Charming my Heart)
      • Lyrics: Izumi Sakai, Music: Tetsurō Oda, Arrangement: Takeshi Hayama, Performance: Field of View
      • Used for the final episode 64
      • Used during the montage of Goku's life, prior to the ending theme

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Cast list

Character name Seiyū Voice acting (FUNimation) Voice acting (Blue Water) Tagalog, Visayan and other Philippine Languages Voice acting (GMA Network)
Son Goku Masako Nozawa Stephanie Nadolny (child)
Sean Schemmel (adult and SS4)
Zoe Slusar
Jeremiah Yurk
Jefferson Utanes
Pan Yūko Minaguchi Elise Baughman Caitlynne Medrek Lyrah Padilla
Trunks Takeshi Kusao Eric Vale Matthew Erickson
Giru Shinobu Satouchi Sonny Strait Matthew Erickson
Uub Atsushi Kisaichi Sean Teague Scott Roberts
Vegeta Ryō Horikawa Christopher Sabat Roger Rhodes Vincent Gutierrez
Bulma Hiromi Tsuru Tiffany Vollmer Kristin Nowosad
Bra Hiromi Tsuru Pariksi Fakhri Leda Davies
Son Goten Masako Nozawa Robert McCollum Scott Hendrickson Kevin James Stevens
Son Gohan Masako Nozawa Kyle Hebert Scott Roberts Robert Brillantes
Videl Yūko Minaguchi Lucy Small Jennifer Holder
Chi-Chi Naoko Watanabe Cynthia Cranz Pascale Hutton
Kuririn Mayumi Tanaka Sonny Strait Dan Gascon
No. 18 Miki Itō Meredith McCoy Jennifer Bain
Marron Tomiko Suzuki Meredith McCoy  ???
Dende Hiro Yuki Justin Cook Scott Roberts
Mr. Popo Toku Nishio Christopher Sabat Dave Pettitt
Piccolo Toshio Furukawa Christopher Sabat Ethan Cole
Emperor Pilaf Shigeru Chiba Chuck Huber Dean Galloway
Shū Tesshō Genda Chris Cason Jonathan Love
Mai Eiko Yamada Julie Franklin Debbie Munro
Mr. Satan Daisuke Gōri Chris Rager Dave Pettitt
Majin Buu Kōzō Shioya Josh Martin Corby Proctor
Muten Roshi Hiroshi Masuoka Mike McFarland Dean Galloway
Kibitoshin Shinichirō Ōta Kent Williams Roger Rhodes
Elder Kaioshin Reizō Nomoto Kent Williams Dean Galloway
Sugoro Bin Shimada Brice Armstrong Jonathan Love
Shusugoro Mayumi Tanaka John Burgmeier  ???
Dr. Gero Kōji Yada Kent Williams  ???
Dr. Myuu Kazuyuki Sogabe Duncan Brannan Dave Pettitt
General Rilldo Kiyoyuki Yanada Andrew Chandler  ???
Baby Yūsuke Numata Mike McFarland Adam Hunter
No. 17 Shigeru Nakahara Chuck Huber  ???
Freeza Ryūsei Nakao Linda Young Maureen Jones
Cell Norio Wakamoto Dameon Clarke  ???
North Kaio Jōji Yanami Sean Schemmel Dean Galloway
Yi Xing Long Hidekatsu Shibata Christopher Sabat  ???
Shenlong Kenji Utsumi Christopher Sabat Dave Pettitt
Narrator Joji Yanami Andrew Chandler Steve Olson

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Nakahara Shigeru (中原 茂) is a veteran seiyu who was born on January 22, 1961 in Kanagawa. ... Freeza , Frieza in the FUNimation Dub) is a graphic novel supervillain who first appears in the Dragon Ball manga created by Akira Toriyama, followed by Dragon Ball Z. Freeza also appears in the television special Bardock: The Father of Goku; a few Dragon Ball Z movies and in Dragon Ball... RyÅ«sei Nakao ) is a veteran seiyÅ«, or voice actor, who was born on February 5, 1951 in Tokyo, Japan. ... Linda Chambers-Young is an American voice actress working with FUNimation, providing English voices for characters featured in anime such as Dragonball Z and Yu Yu Hakusho. ... Cell ) is a fictional graphic novel supervillain who first appears in the Dragon Ball manga created by Akira Toriyama, followed by Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT. He is the ultimate creation of the scientist Dr. Gero, cloned from the cells of several characters from the series. ... Norio Wakamoto (若本 規夫 Wakamoto Norio), is a veteran seiyÅ« who was born Noriaki Wakamoto (若本 紀昭 Wakamoto Noriaki) on October 18, 1945 at Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. ... Dameon Clarke is a voice actor and actor who primarily works on the properties of FUNimation. ... This is a list of deities, legendary creatures, and other beings of unexplained origin that appear in the anime and manga universe of the Dragon Ball metaseries, including the Dragon Ball films. ... Jouji Yanami Jouji Yanami (八奈見乗児, Yanami Jōji), born Shigemitsu Shirato (白土繁満, Shirato Shigemitsu) on August 30, 1931 in Tokyo, is a veteran seiyuu. ... Yi Xing Long (Japanese: Kanji: 一星龍, katakana: イーシンロン , Rōmaji: Īshinron, English: One-Star Dragon) (FUNimations dub: Syn Shenron/Omega Shenron) is a dragon-like villain in the anime series Dragon Ball GT and the last of the seven Evil Dragons to appear. ... Hidekatsu Shibata , born March 25, 1937 in Tokyo) is a veteran Japanese voice actor (seiyÅ«) who is affiliated with Aoni Production. ... This is a list of deities, legendary creatures, and other beings of unexplained origin that appear in the anime and manga universe of the Dragon Ball metaseries, including the Dragon Ball films. ... Kenji Utsumi (内海賢二 Utsumi Kenji, born August 26, 1937) is a veteran seiyū who was born in Fukuoka. ... The Narrator is the entity within a story that tells the story to the reader. ...

Episodes

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Video games

// Dragon Ball Z: Shin Saiyajin Zenmatsu Keikaku - Chikyū-Hen Dragon Ball Z: Shin Saiyajin Zenmetsu Keikaku - Uchū-Hen Dragon Ball Dragon Ball Z: Sagas Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 (Dragon Ball Z: Bukū Ressen) Jump Superstars Jump Ultimate Stars Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden Dragon...

See also

Son Goku with the four-star Dragon Ball. ...

References

  1. ^ Dragon Ball GT Perfect File guidebook, published in 1997 by Shueisha
  2. ^ Michael LaBrie. Daizex's Newbie Guide). Daizenshuu EX.
  3. ^ Kanzentai's Guide on DragonBoxes..
  4. ^ Toei Animation information page on Dragon Ball GT DVDs..

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There are no subsequent Dragon Ball anime or manga (rumors of new series, such as Dragon Ball AF', also rumored as "Dragon Ball April Fools"', have existed since the end of Dragon Ball GT in 1997 and are untrue).
The English adaptation of Dragon Ball GT ran on Cartoon Network between 2003 and 2005, but the version by FUNimation had a major alteration: the first 16 episodes of the series, the "Black Star Dragon Ball Saga", were cut and replaced by a single US-only "recap" episode which became the new series premiere.
When the Dragon Shenlong is summoned to revive those killed by Super 17, the Dragon Balls crack, and a different, cigar-smoking Dragon appears in its place.
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