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Dragon Radar GT 1

Sunday 19th January 2014

Dragon Ball GT presents an all new adventure for Goku and his allies, sending them on an interplanetary quest to find the mysterious Black Star Dragon Balls and save the Earth! It’s going to be a tough journey – but who’s along for the ride?

Dragon Ball GT GokuNew Kid Goku. “Aren’t you a little short for a Super Saiyan?” Goku is suffering from a very odd mid-life crisis in Dragon Ball GT­ – he’s been reverted to his childhood body thanks to a poorly-considered wish by the nefarious-yet-bumbling Emperor Pilaf! While Goku’s adult memories are intact, his smaller, younger frame can’t handle the immense power of his chi. With the search for the strange new Dragon Balls taking him to bizarre worlds and bringing him face to face with some of the toughest foes in the universe, Earth’s saviour has a lot of growing up to do, and not a lot of time to do it!

Dragon Ball GT TrunksTrunks. Time travel gets confusing – although the Trunks of Dragon Ball GT looks like the toughened, post-Apocalyptic warrior first introduced in Dragon Ball Z, this is actually the Trunks born years after that nightmarish future was averted. Having grown up in times of comparative peace, this Trunks has succeeded his mother, Bulma, as CEO of Capsule Corporation yet still become one of Earth’s toughest fighters under the strict tutelage of his father, Vegeta. The challenge of running a company isn’t quite the thrill he craves though, so when he’s called to accompany Goku and Gohan on their space travels, he’s all too eager to go along! Except....

Dragon Ball GT PanPan. Tired of being coddled by her extended family, 14-year old Pan is out to prove herself every bit as tough, resourceful and adventurous as her father Gohan or grandfather Goku. Sneaking onto the ship meant to take them to the stars, she triggers an early launch with only herself, Goku, and Trunks on board. Despite forcing her way onto the crew, she becomes an invaluable member, helping the others out of numerous scrapes. As the least experienced, she also retains a sense of wonder at the splendour and beauty of the strange worlds they encounter along the way. Feisty and determined, Thanks to her Saiyan heritage, Pan is potentially the strongest woman alive but is also prone to the usual doubts and conflicted emotions of most teenagers, especially when it comes to matters of the heart.

Dragon Ball GT GiruGiru. Discovered on the first planet our heroes land on, this metal-munching alien robot gobbles up the all-important Dragon Radar, leaving them without a clue where to go – and the universe is a big place to get lost in! When Trunks notices the radar’s detection systems have been incorporated into the droid’s evolving architecture, it becomes the fourth crew member. Initially a source of annoyance for Pan, Giru slowly grows on them all – although the mysteries of its origins and strange tech-absorbing properties demand explanation.

Dragon Ball GT PilafPilaf. One of Goku’s oldest enemies, diminutive Emperor Pilaf has long been in search of the Dragon Balls, planning to wish for dominion over the world. A bonafide genius with unlimited resources at his disposal, Pilaf is aided by dog-man Shu and warrior woman Mai, seemingly his only two subjects. Sadly for them, comic misfortune follows the trio wherever they go, making them a recurring joke as much as recurring villains!

Dragon Ball GT, the first set, is available on UK DVD from Manga Entertainment.


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The Black Star Dragon Ball and Baby Sagas!
After enduring trials that would have crushed any other soul, Goku is now faced with the most important journey of his life. The Dragon Balls have been scattered to the ends of creation! The universe is dense with danger and the Saiyan hero must plunge head first into the peril. If the seven magic relics of Shenron are not gathered within a year's time, Earth will meet with final catastrophe!
Alongside his friends Pan and Trunks, Goku will struggle against the most formidable evils yet, be they savage beast with the power to crumble mountains, false gods intent on sacrificing those who believe, or cruel manipulators of science who seek to strip the good of all power. The countdown to oblivion has begun... and before the clock strikes eternal midnight, the most incredible menace to ever threaten existence will rise!



The history of Dragon Ball Z

Matt Kamen on the history of Dragon Ball Z
Launched in 1984 in the pages of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, Akira Toriyama’s original Dragon Ball was a very different beast to the one western viewers would eventually meet. introduced the boisterous Son Goku, an adventurous and unusally strong boy with no social graces whatsoever. Raised in seclusion by his adoptive grandfather, he doesn’t even that know what girls are – making for some prime gag moments when he meets treasure hunter Bulma. Soon teaming up, the pair track down seven rare ‘Dragon Balls’ – powerful items that can summon the wish-granting dragon Shenron. These early stories were very loosely based on Chinese fables but Toriyama gave them a fresh twist, his distinctive art style and perfect balance of comedy and action making the series a hit.

Dragon Radar GT 2

The second collection draws the entire Dragon Ball opus to a fierce close
Dragon Ball GT sees Goku and his allies fighting against some of the toughest foes the universe has ever seen. Take a look at some of the faces you’ll meet as the second collection draws the entire Dragon Ball opus to a fierce close!


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