Dragon Ball GT Series Release Date, Voice Cast, Plot, And Everything We Know So Far

Dragon Ball GT is a Japanese anime series that aired from 1996 to 1997 and is based on Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball manga. Toei Animation produced the series, which debuted on Fuji TV in Japan in February 1996 and aired 64 episodes from February 1996 to November 1997. Unlike the previous two Dragon Ball anime, Dragon Ball GT is an anime-exclusive sequel to the Dragon Ball Z anime, with its tale employing the same characters and universe, following the exploits of Goku, his granddaughter Pan, and their many companions. On the other hand, Toriyama had created some of the show’s new characters.

Voice Cast

  • Son Goku voiced by Stephanie Nadolny
  • Pan voiced by Elise Baughman
  • Trunks voiced by Eric Vale
  • Giru voiced by Sonny Strait
  • Son Goku / Kakarot voiced by Sean Schemmel

RECURRING ROLES

  • Android 18 voiced by Meredith McCoy
  • Baby voiced by Mike McFarland
  • Baby Vegeta voiced by Mike McFarland
  • Bulma voiced by Tiffany Vollmer
  • Son Goten voiced by Robert McCollum
  • King Kai / North Kai voiced by Sean Schemmel
  • Master Roshi voiced by Mike McFarland
  • Super Android 17 voiced by Chuck Huber
  • Uub voiced by Sean Teague
  • Vegeta voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Videl voiced by Susan Huber
  • Mr. Satan voiced by Chris Rager
  • Piccolo voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Android 17 voiced by Chuck Huber
  • Son Gohan voiced by Kyle Hebert
  • Perfect Cell voiced by Dameon Clarke
  • Marron voiced by Meredith McCoy
  • Bulla voiced by Parisa Fakhri
  • Krillin voiced by Sonny Strait
  • Frieza voiced by Linda Young
  • Dr. Myuu voiced by Duncan Brannan
  • Dende voiced by Justin Cook
  • Kibito Kai voiced by Kent Williams
  • Old Supreme Kai voiced by Kent Williams
  • Sugoro voiced by Brice Armstrong
  • Golden Great Ape Baby Vegeta voiced by Mike McFarland
  • Golden Great Ape voiced by Shane Ray
  • Mr. Popo voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Omega Shenron voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Black Star Shenron voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Majuub voiced by Sean Teague
  • Majin Buu voiced by Josh Martin
  • Chi-Chi voiced by Cynthia Cranz
  • Dolltaki voiced by Barry Yandell
  • Eis Shenron voiced by Jerry Jewell
  • Nuova Shenron voiced by John Burgmeier
  • General Rilldo voiced by Andrew Chandler
  • Valese voiced by Amber Cotton
  • Son Para voiced by Ethan Rains
  • Bon Para voiced by Brad Jackson
  • Don Para voiced by Bill Townsley
  • Shusugoro voiced by John Burgmeier

GUEST STARS

  • Dr. Gero / Android 20. Voiced by Kent Williams
  • Emperor Pilaf voiced by Chuck Huber
  • Shenron voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Agent Mai voiced by Julie Franklin
  • Turtle voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Black Smoke Shenron voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Vegeta Jr. voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Goku Jr. voiced by Stephanie Nadolny
  • King Yemma voiced by Chris Rager
  • Agent Shu voiced by Chris Cason
  • Oceanus Shenron voiced by Steve Sanders
  • Princess Oto voiced by Laura Bailey
  • Haze Shenron voiced by Brad Jackson
  • Naturon Shenron voiced by Christopher Bevins
  • Gogeta voiced by Sean Schemmel
  • King Furry voiced by Kyle Hebert
  • Bulma (Young) voiced by Tiffany Vollmer
  • Great Ape voiced by Shane Ray
  • Korin voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Launch (Nice) voiced by Meredith McCoy
  • Ox-King voiced by Kyle Hebert
  • Yajirobe voiced by Mike McFarland
  • Nappa voiced by Phil Parsons
  • Pan (Old) voiced by Elise Baughman
  • Bulma Leigh voiced by Parisa Fakhri
  • World Martial Arts Tournament Announcer voiced by Tommy James
  • Puck voiced by Adrian Cook
  • Syn Shenron voiced by Bob Carter
  • Tien Shinhan voiced by John Burgmeier
  • Yamcha voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Chiaotzu voiced by Monika Antonelli
  • Puar voiced by Monika Antonelli
  • Oolong voiced by Brad Jackson
  • Staff Officer Black voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • General Blue voiced by Sonny Strait
  • Son Goten (Young) voiced by Kara Edwards
  • Pan (Young) voiced by Kate Bristol
  • Colm voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Rage Shenron voiced by Chris Cason
  • Futoba voiced by Grant James
  • Futoba’s Wife voiced by Laurie SteeleLaurie Steele
  • Futoba’s Son voiced by Alison Viktorin
  • Futoba’s Daughter voiced by Jamie Marchi
  • Son Goku (Baby) voiced by Stephanie Nadolny
  • Chi-Chi (Young) voiced by Laura Bailey
  • Krillin (Young) voiced by Laurie Steele
  • Fortuneteller Baba voiced by Linda Young
  • King Piccolo voiced by Christopher Sabat
  • Son Gohan (Young) voiced by Stephanie Nadolny
  • Supreme Kai voiced by Kent Williams
  • Kibito voiced by Chuck Huber

What is the Release date of the Dragon Ball GT Series?

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Dragon Ball GT was not released on home video in Japan until June 15, 2005, eight years after it aired. Pony Canyon published a remastered version of the series in a single 12-disc DVD box set made-to-order exclusively known as a “Dragon Box.” On August 6, 2009, the first volume of this collection was published on mass-produced individual 6-episode DVDs, while the eleventh volume was released on June 4, 2010.

In North America, Funimation began publishing Dragon Ball GT on VHS and DVD in both edited and uncut editions in April and September 2003, beginning with episode 17, after creating a clip show episode titled ‘A Grand Problem’ to introduce the audience to the tale. Between July 2004 and February 2005, they published the first 16 episodes in five “Lost Episode” volumes after the last fifteenth volume. They then published the series in DVD box sets, starting with episode 17 in October 2005 and finishing with the first 16 episodes in November 2006.

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They began re-releasing the series in DVD “remastered season” sets two years later, eventually putting the episodes in appropriate chronological sequence; the first on December 9, 2008, and the second on February 10, 2009. On September 7, 2004, Majesco Entertainment published a Game Boy Advance Video cartridge featuring the episodes “A Grand Problem” and “Pan’s Gambit.” On September 21, 2010, a complete series DVD box set, including the TV special, was released.

On January 20, 2014, Manga Entertainment began distributing Dragon Ball GT on DVD in the United Kingdom, re-releasing Funimation’s 2008 and 2009 sets. The first season collection of Dragon Ball GT comprised the first 34 episodes of the series on five DVDs. It was published concurrently with the release of Is This a Zombie? by MVM Films. of the Deceased. Upon its release, the series was made accessible on the FunimationNow app. Dragon Ball GT and the Dragon Ball series were migrated to Crunchyroll, a streaming service Funimation bought a year before, in March 2022.

Who is the Director Of the  Dragon Ball GT Series?

Osamu Kasai is the director of this movie. Osamu Kasai was born on November 11, 1941 in Hokkaido, Japan. He is a director and assistant director known for Dragon Ball (TV): Storyboard (eps 123, 127), Episode Director (3 episodes), Dragon Ball, GT (TV): Series Director, Episode Director (4 episodes), Dragon Ball GT: A Hero’s Legacy (special): Director, Dragon Ball Z (TV): Storyboard (ep 24), Episode Director (11 episodes)

Black Star Dragon Balls Saga

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Five years have passed since the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament. Goku is accidentally turned back into a child by Ultimate Shenron, a much more powerful version of Shenron created by the Nameless Namekian (before he split into Kami and King Piccolo) who can grant any single wish, regardless of any restrictions placed on the other dragons, summoned from the Black Star Dragon Balls by his old enemy Emperor Pilaf. He is then forced to travel across the universe to retrieve them, accompanied by his granddaughter Pan and Trunks. The Earth will explode if he does not recover them within a year. The trio goes through various adventures in their journey to find the Black Star Dragon Balls until they encounter the artificial Tuffle parasite, Baby, who intends to destroy the Saiyan race as his revenge for their extermination of the Tuffles many years ago.

Baby Saga

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Goku and the others come upon Dr. Mu and his most incredible creation, Baby, while seeking the Dark Dragon Balls. As the last survivor of the Tsufruian species, Baby swears revenge on all Saiyans, innocent or guilty. As friends turn enemies, Goku must battle those he loves to kill Baby and restore peace to the Earth.

Super Android 17 Saga

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Dr. Myuu (Baby’s inventor) and Dr. Gero (founder of the Red Ribbon Army androids) make an evil clone of Android 17 in Hell and have it control the actual Android 17 so that a portal from Hell to Earth opens, resulting in a widespread invasion of the world by resurrected villains. The original Android 17 tries to mind control Android 18, but Krillin intervenes. He was furious, and 17 killed Krillin by sending an energy beam into his heart. The two Android 17s then combine to form Super 17, which promises to destroy humanity and avenge the Red Ribbon Army’s loss at the hands of Goku. Super 17 appears to be invincible to Goku’s strikes.

When 18 attacks him to revenge for Krillin’s murder, Goku uses the diversion to puncture Super 17 with his Super Dragon Fist technique, then unleashes a Rapid-Fire Kamehameha that destroys him.

Shadow Dragons Saga

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The Dragon Balls are gathered to resurrect Super 17, including Krillin. An evil black dragon, however, appears and separates into seven Shadow Dragons. They set out to destroy the Earth to punish humanity for their continual abuse of the Dragon Balls. Goku and Pan defeat all save the most formidable, Syn Shenron. Syn Shenron looks on the verge of defeat until he consumes the Dragon Balls and transforms into Omega Shenron, exceeding even Super Saiyan 4 Goku’s might. Goku is prepared to make a sacrifice to slay the wicked monster. Nonetheless, Vegeta intervenes and transforms into a Super Saiyan 4 with the assistance of Bulma’s newest invention, the Blutz Wave Generator. Goku and Vegeta use the Fusion Dance method to generate.

Goku and Vegeta fuse using the Fusion Dance method to form Gogeta, who utilizes his enormous Power to annihilate Omega Shenron. However, after becoming overconfident in his abilities to defeat Omega Shenron, he wastes too much time attempting to embarrass him. Gogeta then defuses, returning Goku and Vegeta to their original forms. Eventually, Goku produces the massive Super Ultra Spirit Bomb using the energy of every living being in the cosmos and uses it to kill Omega Shenron finally.

The actual Shenron then returns from the rebuilt Dragon Balls to offer Goku and his allies one last wish, which they use to resurrect everyone murdered by Super 17 and the Shadow Dragons, before disappearing – along with Goku and the Dragon Balls. Several decades later, Goku’s great-great-grandson, Goku Jr., fights in the 64th World Martial Arts Tournament against Vegeta’s descendant, Vegeta Jr., as Pan, now in his eighties, cheers him on. Pan notices a revitalized adult Goku and attempts to approach him, but he immediately vanishes into the crowd. Goku then departs the World Martial Arts Tournament with a flashback of events from his reality. Following the conclusion of the flashback, Goku grabs his Power Pole and flies away on his Flying Nimbus cloud, carrying the story of Dragon Ball to an end.