The lean, mean, green fighting machines are back in an all-new action-packed series! Leonardo, Raphael, Michaelangelo and Donatello must save New York City from the evil crimelord Shredder ... See full summary »
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GT was the brainchild of Toei Animation and was not based on a manga by Akira Toriyama . However, Toriyama did make some contributions to the series, namely sketches of the main characters, their spaceships, and Super Saiyan 4 transformations. See more »
Krillin has aged into an old man yet Yamcha and Tien, who are OLDER than Krillin, have not. See more »
I wish for an exact replica of the Tusful Planet.
You mean we went through all of that and grandpa and I don't get our bodies back?
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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. See more »
Sabitsuita Mashin Gan de Ima wo Uchinukô
(Let's Blast Through This Moment With a Rusted Machine Gun)
Performed by WANDS
Lyrics and music by Miho Komatsu
Arrangement by Daisuke Ikeda
(Fourth ending theme, episodes #51-64) See more »
I feel like I am the only person that sees how incredibly pathethic weak they made the characters in GT. I'm not sure if you have forgotten how powerful people were in DBZ, example in freezia saga they were able to make nuclear type blasts just by lifting a finger. In DBZ they would move at like 5000mph and punch each other with force that makes the earth crumble around them. DBGT IS PATHETIC! They are supposed to be super powerful SS4 or whatever, but the explosions and speed was far to little to even be slightly believable. Some times it looks like they move at 10mph and when they punch, no effect to the ground around them, just a simple very slow weak looking punch with no effect to anything. Its a freaking SS4, when a punch makes contact it should make a huge shockwave and make the ground crumble. The biggest blasts in GT were nothing compared to DBZ's. People need to stop basing how powerful guys are by how powerful they saythey are, and how powerful they ACTUALLY are animated as. In the freezia vs guku, they were by far animated strongest. SS3 was animated too weak in DBZ, it actually felt at times more of a downgrade in speed and power than an upgrade.
Dubbing was bad. Anyone that is satisfied with DBGT needs to watch the ss1 guku vs freeiza fight right now just to refresh your memory on the power the series is based on.(English dubs are poor though)
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