Dragon Ball GT is the third and final anime series in the Dragon Ball franchise and sequel to Dragon Ball Z. The 64 episode series was produced by Toei Animation, and premiered in Japan on Fuji TV from February 2, 1996 until its conclusion on November 19, 1997. Unlike the other anime series in the Dragon Ball franchise, Dragon Ball GT is not directly adapted from the manga series written by Akira Toriyama, but the same characters are used.
Funimation Entertainment licensed the series for an English language release and broadcast in the United States. Funimation's English dub of the series aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block from November 7, 2003 to April 16, 2005. The original television broadcast skipped the first 16 episodes of the series. Instead, Funimation created a composition episode entitled "A Grand Problem," which used scenes from the skipped episodes to summarize the story. The skipped episodes were later shown on Toonami as "The Lost Episodes" after the series' initial run.
AB Groupe (in association with Blue Water Studios) developed an alternate dub for Europe and Canada and was aired on YTV and Toonami UK, which divided the episodes into two seasons instead of sagas. Funimation's English dub began re-airing in the U.S. on Nicktoons on January 16, 2012.
The series was later released on DVD as a two Season set. The first set was released on December 9, 2008, and the second set was released on February 10, 2009. A "Complete Series" DVD box set was later released on September 21, 2010.
|Color||Saga||Episodes||U.S. Season Premiere||U.S. Season Finale|
|Black Star Dragon Ball Saga||15||February 5, 2005||April 16, 2005|
|Baby Saga||25||November 7, 2003||July 3, 2004|
|Super Android 17 Saga||07||July 10, 2004||August 21, 2004|
|Shadow Dragon Saga||17||August 28, 2004||January 29, 2005|
Black Star Dragon Ball Saga (1996)Edit
English Dub Title
|01||01|| "A Devastating Wish"|
"The Mysterious Dragon Balls Activate!!
Son Goku Becomes A Child!?"
|February 7, 1996||February 5, 2005|
|Emperor Pilaf finally summons Shenron, only to blow his big chance at making a wish! Goku undergoes some unusual changes, and King Kai has bad news for the inhabitants of Earth!|
|02||02|| "Pan Blasts Off"|
"I'll Take the Lead! Pan Flies Into Space!!"
|February 14, 1996||February 12, 2005|
|Bulma, Videl, and Gohan prepare a ship to be used in gathering the Dragon Balls, and Pan gets upset over being treated like a child. Meanwhile, Goku is abducted by greedy kidnappers!|
|03||03|| "Terror on Imecka"|
"The Ultimate Moneygrubbers!! Imegga,
Planet Of Merchants"
|February 21, 1996||February 19, 2005|
|Goku, Trunks, and Pan crash-land on Planet Imecka, where the festive atmosphere of the city hides a disturbing truth: the Imeckians are money-hungry swindlers!|
|04||04|| The Most Wanted List|
"Wanted!! Desperado Son Goku!?"
|February 28, 1996||February 26, 2005|
|Imecka, Goku, Pan, and Trunks mount a rescue mission to salvage their ship. Without it, they’ll be stuck on Imecka forever!|
|05||05|| "Goku vs. Ledgic"|
"Check It Out, A Tough Guy!! Ledgic,
the Body Guard"
|March 6, 1996||March 5, 2005|
|While hiding from the authorities, Goku, Pan, and Trunks are moved by the cruelties inflicted upon the Imeckians. In the name of justice, they decide to confront Don Kee in a showdown at the Royal Palace!|
|06||06|| Like Pulling Teeth"|
"Hurts, Don't It!? Son Goku The Dentist"
|March 13, 1996||March 12, 2005|
|After narrowly escaping Imecka with their lives, Goku, Trunks, and Pan land on a planet where everything is larger than life. To secure a Dragon Ball, Goku must charge into the belly of the beast - literally!|
|07||07|| "Trunks, The Bride"|
"Honey Dearest!? Trunks the Bride"
|March 20, 1996||March 19, 2005|
|The Saiyans arrive on a peaceful planet with one very large problem: a lovesick monster called Zoonama who can produce massively destructive earthquakes merely by shaking his gigantic whiskers!|
|08||08|| "Whisker Power"|
"Even Son Goku Gets Knocked About!!
Whisker Power at the MAX"
|April 17, 1996||March 19, 2005|
|Refusing to endanger innocent lives, Trunks reluctantly poses as Zoonama’s “bride” in an attempt to sneak deep into the monster’s volcanic lair and free the terrorized villagers forever.|
|09||09|| "Lord Luud"|
"No!! Son Goku Leaps Into The Planet
|April 24, 1996||March 26, 2005|
|Three mysterious strangers steal the Dragon Balls. In their haste to track down the thieves, Goku, Pan, and Trunks are tricked into touching down on a dangerous asteroid.|
|10||10|| "Dance and Attack"|
"Dance Attack!? Boom-shakalaka!!"
|May 1, 1996||March 26, 2005|
|On the cave-ridden planet of Beehey, Goku, Trunks, and Pan encounter a pack of Mouma: a giant, wormlike species with a taste for humans! Even worse, dangerous dancing adversaries lurk in the shadows!|
|11||11|| "Lord Luud's Curse"|
"Luud's Curse!? Pan Becomes A Doll"
|May 8, 1996||April 2, 2005|
|Pan and Giru are stuck on the Para Para Brothers’ spaceship headed straight for Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy and his demented regime. Goku and Trunks follow close behind, but can anything prepare them for the shock that is to come?|
|12||12|| "The Last Oracle of Luud"|
"The God's Oracle Is A Serious Issue!!
Luud Starts Up"
|May 15, 1996||April 2, 2005|
|While Pan is under the control of Dolltaki, Goku and Trunks battle Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy. Meanwhile, Dolltaki has big plans for his faithful followers, and Lord Luud moves closer to resurrection.|
|13||13|| "The Man Behind The Curtain"|
"Like Father and Son?! The Mysterious
|May 22, 1996||April 9, 2005|
|Goku and Trunks defeated Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy, but they now face the awakening Luud: a mechanized mutant whose full operating power might make him indestructible.|
|14||14|| "The Battle Within"|
"Catch the Rhythm!? Capture Luud!!"
|June 5, 1996||April 9, 2005|
|Determined not to rot inside Luud, Pan and the Para Para Brothers force Dolltaki to reveal the secret to escaping their mechanical prison. Meanwhile, Goku does his best to fend off the ever growing monster.|
|15||15|| "Beginning of The End"|
"That's Just Great!! Pan Runs Away!?"
|June 12, 1996||April 16, 2005|
|Giru leads the group to a desert planet where they must battle monsters while scouring sand dunes for a hidden Dragon Ball. Will they succeed, or will they end up in the belly of ravenous giant centipedes?|
Baby Saga (1996-1997)Edit
English Dub Title
|16||01|| "Giru's Checkered Past"|
"Machine Planet M2... Giru The Backstabber!?"
|June 19, 1996||November 7, 2003|
|Goku and friends stop at Giru’s home planet, where an innocent walk down memory lane turns into something far more sinister, and a dark secret threatens to put them in the hands of Dr. Myuu!
Note: For the dub, this episode was originally used as the basis for the Funimation-made clip-show "A Grand Problem", which aired on Cartoon Network on November 7, 2003. The intact version, "Giru's Checkered Past", did not air on U.S. television until the series was run on Nicktoons on February 22, 2012.
|17||02|| "Pan's Gambit"|
"Leave It To Pan!! The Son Goku Rescue
|June 26, 1996||November 14, 2003|
|Goku and Trunks are captured by General Rilldo, and it’s up to Pan to save them! Disguised as a robot, she outwits the enemy throng, but when her cover is blown, she must face the Sigma Force in battle!|
|18||03|| "Unexpected Power"|
"Ya' Data's Flawed!! Son Goku's True
|July 10, 1996||November 21, 2003|
|After being freed from Dr. Myuu’s laboratory, Goku faces Rilldo’s top fighters: the Sigma Force! By combining their mechanical bodies to form deadly weapons, these killer-bots could spell trouble for Goku.|
|19||04|| "A General Uprising"|
"The Strongest Mutant, Rilldo Takes
To The Field!!"
|July 17, 1996||November 28, 2003|
|With Giru’s secret out in the open, Goku, Pan, and Trunks are more determined than ever to complete their dangerous mission, but do they have enough strength left to face a potent new threat looming on the horizon?|
|20||05|| "The Source of Rilldo's Power"|
"Taken by Surprise!! Son Goku's Attacked
By a Metal Storm"
|July 31, 1996||December 5, 2003|
|On the planet of the Machine Mutants, Trunks is frozen in metal and shipped to the sinister Dr. Myuu! Pan tries to hunt down Giru the traitor, and Goku continues his shocking battle with General Rilldo.|
|21||06|| "A Secret Revealed"|
"What's goin' on!! Son Goku is Turned
|August 7, 1996||December 12, 2003|
|Goku and Pan succumb to General Rilldo’s tricky tactics and are frozen in metal. Next, Dr. Myuu sends them to his laboratory, so he can drain their powers to further his evil plan!|
|22||07|| "The Baby Secret"|
"A Violent Ambition!! The Evil Life-form
Baby Is Born"
|August 14, 1996||December 19, 2003|
|After stripping Dr. Myuu of all power, Trunks reveals the mystery that drove him to deceive. Locked behind a door lies the doctor’s darkest secret: Baby, a creature designed to subjugate the entire galaxy!|
|23||08|| "Hidden Danger"|
"A Hidden Crisis!? A Spacewrecked Ship
and Mysterious Boy"
|August 21, 1996||December 26, 2004|
|Continuing their quest for the Dragon Balls, Goku, Pan, and Trunks discover a battered ship soon to be destroyed by the gravity of a nearby star! But there’s more than Dragon Balls to be found - something onboard is alive!|
|24||09|| "Discovering The Truth"|
"Baby Strikes Back!! Target: The Saiyan!!"
|August 28, 1996||January 2, 2004|
|Goku and company land on Planet Vidal to get medical treatment for the boy they recently rescued. Who is this mysterious young survivor, and why can’t the Doctor assigned to his case be trusted?|
|25||10|| "Baby's Arrival"|
"Big Trouble!! Baby Has Appeared on Earth"
|October 9, 1996||January 9, 2004|
|When a roughneck wreaks havoc in the city, Goten breaks a date to teach him a lesson, but as soon as the brute is subdued, another deranged brawler steps in to take his place!|
|26||11|| "Saiyan Hunting"|
"Gohan and Goten... The Worst Brotherly
|October 16, 1996||January 16, 2004|
|Baby continues his search for the Saiyans, making his way across Earth via the bodies of unsuspecting humans. Resistance arises in the form of Goten, but will it be enough to stop Baby?|
|27||12|| "The Attack on Vegeta"|
"Ambitions Achieved!? Vegeta Possessed"
|October 23, 1996||January 23, 2004|
|Goku, Trunks, and Pan are on the brink of finding the last Dragon Ball, but Baby wreaks havoc when he uses Goten as a puppet in a devious attempt to infiltrate Gohan’s body.|
|28||13|| "A Worldwide Problem"|
"Son Goku Returns... Is The Whole Earth
|October 30, 1996||January 30, 2004|
|With Vegeta’s power at his disposal, Baby’s plan for world domination is nearly complete. As Goku, Trunks, and Pan near their return to Earth, they can’t possibly imagine the nightmare that awaits them!|
|29||14|| "The Fall of The Saiyans"|
"The Situation is Even Worse!? Super Saiyan 3
|November 6, 1996||February 6, 2004|
|After sealing away the Dragon Balls with Dende, Goku momentarily believes Earth to be spared from terrible destruction, but his worst fears become reality when Baby-Vegeta rear’s its vile head!|
|30||15|| "The Game After Life"|
"Goku, Dead!? I Bit the Dust."
|November 13, 1996||February 13, 2004|
|After being hit by the full force of Baby-Vegeta’s most powerful attack, Goku is no more! Victorious, Baby-Vegeta begins the next phase of his plan: using the Dragon Balls to create a new world for his followers!|
|31||16|| "Collapse From Within"|
"Even More Surprises!? Suguro-space
|December 11, 1996||May 1, 2004|
|After being saved by Kibito at the last moment, Goku finds himself playing a twisted game of chance in a bizarre world where nothing is at it seems. The only way for Goku to escape is to win!|
|32||17|| "The Return of Uub"|
"Goku Is Back!! The Enraged Warrior Uub"
|January 8, 1997||May 8, 2004|
|After saving Pan from the clutches of Baby, Uub tries to pick up where Goku left off, but Baby is a worthy adversary. Meanwhile, Goku endures some seriously strange training under the watchful eye of Old Kai!|
|33||18|| "The Tail's Tale"|
"Take This, Baby! Newfound Majuub's Killing
|January 15, 1997||May 15, 2004|
|The fate of Earth hangs in the balance, and Uub quickly finds he is no match for Baby. Buu steps in to save him by joining with Uub’s body, thus fusing their respective powers into one potent force!|
|34||19|| "Back in The Game"|
"The Transformation Fails!? Giant Ape
Son Goku's Rampage!"
|January 22, 1997||May 22, 2004|
|After completing his tail-stretching, Goku returns to the Tuffle Planet to fight alongside Uub, but sadly, he’s too late. Goku must now rely solely on his newfound abilities as he faces Baby alone!|
|35||20|| "Goku's Ascension"|
"The Strongest Form! Son Goku Becomes
A Super Saiyan 4!!"
|January 29, 1997||May 29, 2004|
|After Baby retreats to avoid defeat, Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan 4! With his power boosted to its maximum level, Goku sets out to locate Baby’s hideout and finish the monster once and for all!|
|36||21|| "The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks"|
"An Immortal Beast!? The Atrocious Giant
|February 5, 1997||June 5, 2004|
|While Goku grows accustomed his new abilities, Baby-Vegeta utilizes a device that will give him the power to crush even his strongest enemies!|
|37||22|| "Old Kai's Last Stand"|
"What a Turnout!! Baby and Son
Goku - Double KO!!"
|February 12, 1997||June 12, 2004|
|With Goku on the verge of utter destruction, Old Kai sends Kibito on a top secret mission where time is of the essence! Meanwhile, Bulma showers Baby with Blutz Waves that increase his strength!|
|38||23|| "Family Bonds"|
"The Revival Of Super Saiyan 4 With
|February 19, 1997||June 19, 2004|
|Old Kai’s quick-thinking frees Trunks, Goten, and Gohan from Baby’s control, but even their combined powers cannot stop the monster. Only Goku has that level of strength!|
|39||24|| "Baby Put To Rest"|
"The Finale! At Last, Bebi Is Annihilated"
|February 26, 1997||June 26, 2004|
|Goku squares off with Baby in a battle that will decide the fate of the universe! Only one of the powerful warriors will leave Tuffle Planet alive! Who will it be?|
|40||25|| "Piccolo's Decision"|
"Earth Explodes!! Piccolo's Grave Decision"
|March 5, 1997||July 3, 2004|
|Baby has finally been destroyed, but now the Earth is set to explode in two short weeks! Goku organizes a massive evacuation, but he and Piccolo end up trapped on the soon-to-be-obliterated planet!|
Super Android 17 Saga (1997)Edit
English Dub Title
|41||01|| "Curtain Call"|
"The Number One Under The Sun Tournament.
Who Will Be Satan's Successor?"
|March 12, 1997||July 10, 2004|
|It’s time for the World Martial Arts Tournament, but the competition proves challenging for all: Goku and Pan fight in the wrong divisions, a plan to fix the fight is uncovered, and an old ally returns to fight Goku one last time!|
|42||02|| "A Dangerous Union"|
"Die, Goku!! The Revived Villains Escape
|April 16, 1997||July 17, 2004|
|In the depths of HELL, an evil union between Dr. Gero and Dr. Myuu takes place. Soon after, Trunks is ambushed by Android 17 to send Goku a warning: come to HELL or the earth will be attacked!|
|43||03|| "The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza"|
"The Villains Of Hell!! The Revival of
Cell and Frieza"
|April 23, 1997||July 24, 2004|
|Cell and Frieza are back, and Goku must defeat the villains if he is to return to Earth. Things get sticky when he falls into the deepest, darkest realm of HELL, where he will endure tests that threaten his sanity!|
|44||04|| "17 Times 2"|
"The Ultimate Android! The Two #17s Unite"
|April 30, 1997||July 31, 2004|
|While Goku fights for his life in HELL, the heroes of Earth experience troubles of their own: the two No. 17s have merged to form the ultimate artificial killing machine!|
|45||05|| "Piccolo's Best Bet"|
"Hurry, Goku!! The Plan to Escape From Hell"
|May 14, 1997||August 7, 2004|
|Super 17’s destructive power reaches new heights, and the Z Fighters lay battered and broken at the android’s feet. Luckily, Piccolo has a plan to free Goku from his other-worldly prison.|
|46||06|| "Raising the Stakes"|
"They Clash!! Super Saiyan Goku 4 VS Super #17"
|May 28, 1997||August 14, 2004|
|Goku’s attacks prove useless against Super 17 thanks to Dr. Myuu’s shrewd programming of the android. With each passing moment, Super 17 gets stronger - and Goku inches closer to his demise!|
|47||07|| "The Greatest Surprise"|
"A Grand Turnabout! Goku's and #18's
Combo Attack Explodes"
|June 4, 1997||August 21, 2004|
|While Goku prepares for the end, help comes from an unlikely source: Android 18! The lady-robot is fighting mad, and she’s determined to avenge the death of her one true love!|
Shadow Dragon Saga (1997)Edit
English Dub Title
|48||01|| "The Shadow Dragons"|
"A Shocking Surprise! Shenron Is Our
|June 11, 1997||August 28, 2004|
|When an evil Dragon emerges from the broken Dragon Balls, the serenity of Earth is shattered as well. With evil Dragons scattering across the globe, what horrors are in store for humanity?|
|49||02|| "The Two-Star Dragon"|
"The Strongest Enemy!? The Fearsome
|June 18, 1997||September 4, 2004|
|Haze Shenron, the dragon of pollution, begins contaminating everything in his path with a toxic mist that poisons those who breathe it. Goku and Pan try to help, but they’re soon overcome by the noxious fumes!|
|50||03|| "The Five-Star Dragon"|
"Down Goes Saiya-Power!? Electro-Dragon
Wu Xing Long"
|June 25, 1997||September 11, 2004|
|During their search for the dragon balls, Goku and Pan stumble upon an abandoned city. A couple fleeing what was once their home warns the heroes of a mysterious slime capable of absorbing electricity.|
|51||04|| "The Six-Star Dragon"|
"Liu Xing Long! Find The Big Tornado
Attack's Weak Point"
|July 2, 1997||October 23, 2004|
|A once-peaceful seaside village becomes a battleground as Goku and Pan square off against Oceanus Shenron, the 6-Star Dragon.|
|52||05|| "The Seven-Star Dragon"|
"Look Out, Pan! Possessed By Qi
|July 9, 1997||October 30, 2004|
|After stumbling upon Naturon Shenron, Goku and Pan must save an entire city from the earthquakes caused by the dragon’s digging.|
|53||06|| "Saying Goodbye"|
"Pan Dies!? A Tearful 10-Fold Kamehameha"
|July 16, 1997||November 6, 2004|
|Naturon Shenron takes control of Pan, and Goku is forced to make the most gut-wrenching decision of his life! The path to possess the Dragon Ball lies directly through his granddaughter!|
|54||07|| "The Four-Star Dragon"|
"6000 Degree Celsius Power! The Warrior
of the Sun"
|August 6, 1997||November 13, 2004|
|With four Dragon Balls in their possession, Goku and Pan set off in search of the fifth. Standing in their way is Nuova Shenron, the ferocious Dragon of Fire!|
|55||08|| "The Heart of the Prince"|
"Bulma's On the Job! The
|August 13, 1997||November 20, 2004|
|For far too long, Vegeta has played second fiddle to his greatest adversary: Goku. Now, after years of battling with - and alongside - Earth’s greatest hero, Vegeta makes a supremely shocking admission!|
|56||09|| "The Three-Star Dragon"|
"After the Sun Comes the Freeze! The Fire
and Ice Dragon Brothers"
|August 20, 1997||November 27, 2004|
|After defeating Nuova Shenron, Goku spares the dragon’s life in exchange for not killing Pan when he had the chance. Later, things get complicated when Eis Shenron reveals a shocking secret no one saw coming!|
|57||10|| "The One-Star Dragon"|
"An Overwhelmingly Strong Enemy!! The
Ringleader of the Evil Dragons"
|September 3, 1997||December 4, 2004|
|In the aftermath of the intense battle between Goku and Nuova Shenron, the devious Three-Star Dragon, Eis, rears its ugly head and freezes Goku solid!|
|58||11|| "Shadow Dragons Unite"|
"Time to Strike Back! Surpassing Super
|September 10, 1997||December 11, 2004|
|Responding to Pan’s panicked plea for help, the Z Fighters descend on the battleground in a frenzied, last-minute attempt to save Goku’s life!|
|59||12|| "Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta"|
"Friend Or Foe?... Giant Ape Vegeta on the
|September 17, 1997||December 18, 2004|
|With Goku blinded and battle-weary, it appears highly doubtful he can survive a brutal battle against the combined power of all 7 Dragons. Could Vegeta have a life-saving trick up his sleeve?|
|60||13|| "Super Saiyan 4 Fusion"|
"Fu--sion!! The Ultimate Super Gogeta"
|October 22, 1997||January 1, 2005|
|Even pitted against two Super Saiyan 4s, Omega Shenron is vastly superior in terms of speed and strength, but when Goku and Vegeta fuse to form Gogeta, the playing field is leveled!|
|61||14|| "The Limits of Power"|
"I won't lose!! Goku Swallows the Si
|October 29, 1997||January 8, 2005|
|Goku and Vegeta try to regain their advantage by doing Fusion again, and Omega Shenron responds by trying to devour the Four-Star Dragon Ball! It’s a defensive struggle as each side tries to prevent the other from gaining supremacy!|
|62||15|| "Rescue Goku"|
"Rescue Goku!! The Last Ally Enters
|November 5, 1997||January 15, 2005|
|With Goku and Vegeta unable to fuse, is there anyone who can stop Omega Shenron? A new ally appears from a most unlikely place - Goku’s forehead - but will it be enough to bring down the ultimate Shadow Dragon?|
|63||16|| "Universal Allies"|
"A Miraculous Come-From-Behind Victory!!
Goku Saves The Universe"
|November 12, 1997||January 22, 2005|
|In his final battle, Goku continues his struggle with Omega Shenron! Needing more help than his fellow Z-Fighters can offer, Goku enlists the aid of King Kai, who coordinates the largest attack of all time!|
|64||17|| "Until We Meet Again"|
"Goodbye, Goku... 'Till the Day We
|November 19, 1997||January 29, 2005|
|On the final episode of Dragon Ball GT, The Eternal Dragon appears in the sky without being summoned and explains why the Dragon Balls cracked.|
Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's LegacyEdit
English Dub Title
|01||"Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy"||March 26, 1997||November 16, 2004|
|Honor. Perseverance. Dedication. The courage to do what is right. Throughout the years Goku's life burned as a beacon of truth, a prime example of a life well lived. His journey was a triumph of commitment and resolve. But the torch must pass. Now Goku, decades after departing this world, watches as his descendant undertakes his own journey of discovery, a journey where veiled dangers lurk at every turn, to uncover the amazing truth behind the Dragon Balls. It is an ordeal demanding everything Goku Jr. is not. But what Goku Jr. has yet to realize is that the same fire which fueled the mighty Goku burns within himself as well. Goku Jr. must discover that fire to realize his legacy, to prove that some things never die.|
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