When did Dragon Ball GT start?
Dragon Ball GT began on Fuji TV at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 7, 1996, exactly one week after the final episode of Dragon Ball Z.
Why is the Dragon Ball GT dub so inconsistent?
This makes the dub very inconsistent. There are many complaints against DragonBall GT. Many people complain about the lack of characters who get things to do, the lack of favourite characters from the first two series, and the mix of styles from the first two series.
Is Dragon Ball GT worth watching?
But looking past the complaints, and regarding it as a series in it’s own right, DragonBall GT is very fine. The first step it takes is noticeable – reducing Goku back to the state of a child. The second is probably more noticeable – reducing the regular cast list to only 3; only two of which were favourites from DragonBall Z.
Is there a manga of Dragon Ball GT?
After Goku is made a kid again by the Black Star Dragon Balls, he goes on a journey to get back to his old self. Contrary to popular belief, there IS a manga of Dragon Ball GT. However, it came AFTER the anime and was not created by Akira Toriyama, therefore making it unofficial to the official Toriyama-verse.
How many end credits are there in Dragon Ball GT?
Dragon Ball GT featured FOUR different end credit sequences/songs, which is astonishing considering it was the shortest lived of the 3 Dragon Ball series. The Hungarian dub of the series was based on the original uncut Japanese version, however the names used in it are a mix of the Japanese, English and French names.
Is gtgt a remake of Dragon Ball?
GT was followed by Dragon Ball Z Kai, a condensed remake of Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball Super, which features a new plotline set directly after Dragon Ball Z, taking place between episodes 288 and 289 and began airing in the summer of 2015. Goku, Pan, and Trunks adventuring, drawn by Toriyama (Weekly Jump No.3-4, 1996)