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Dragon Ball GT: Season 2 (Includes A Hero's Legacy)


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  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001M6SH6U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,113 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Dragon Ball GT Season 2 includes the Super 17 & Shadow Dragon Sagas - and as a bonus - A Hero's Legacy movie!

The destiny of a legendary warrior, his long path wrought with peril, reaches its apex. The fate of Goku is now tied to that of the world and the most epic toil ever rested on the shoulders of one man has come to be – As one apocalypse is thwarted, another looms! Goku’s heroic friends fall around him and the warrior must steel his nerve, for two evil scientists have created the perfect killing machine: Android 17. As the abomination deals out terror with mechanical precision, horrible villains from battles past rise again. Yet even more chaos awaits! The most dangerous power of all time is stirring. The people of Earth have relied upon the power of the Dragon Balls to maintain peace and order, but the mystical relics are cracking and from their creeping chasms, seven Shadow Dragons are unleashed… Each more deadly than the last!

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As the second season of Dragon Ball GT gets under way, Goku is still battling Baby, the last survivor of the Tuffle (originally Tsufrulian) race. It's a relief to the galaxy when Goku's Ultimate Kamehameha Blast sends Baby's ship into the sun. Once Baby's been dispatched, the filmmakers seem to lose their way. The Z Fighters evacuate all the residents of Earth to the Tuffle Planet before the Black Dragon Balls cause the Earth to explode, but the Namekian Dragon Balls restore the planet before anyone's had a chance to miss it. The remainder of the season plays like a "greatest hits" album. Dr. Gero, Frieza, Cell, and Android 17 from seasons 3, 4, and 5 of Dragon Ball Z reappear and are defeated again. Goku reverts to his little boy form, which makes him appear younger than his granddaughter Pan. It seems Goku and his friends have used the Dragon Balls too many times: all the good things they've wished for have been balanced by huge amounts of negative energy retained in the Balls, which crack, releasing the seven nasty Shadow Dragons. Goku and Pan fight them, first one by one, then as a fused super-dragon. Also included is A Hero's Legacy, which aired as a television special in 1997. Set 100 years after the conclusion of Dragon Ball GT, it stars Pan's grandson "Goku, Jr." as a wimpy little boy who's just discovering his Saiyan powers. The special may have been an attempt to revive the franchise yet again, but after more than 500 TV episodes and 13 features, Akira Toriyama's saga of the enchanted Dragon Balls finally concludes with Legacy. (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 8 and up: violence, violence against women, tobacco use, nudity, toilet humor) --Charles Solomon

(35. Goku's Ascension, 36. The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks, 37. Old Kai's Last Stand, 38. Family Bonds, 39. Baby Put to Rest, 40. Piccolo's Decision, 41. Curtain Call, 42. A Dangerous Union, 43. The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza, 44. 17 Times 2, 45. Piccolo's Best Bet, 46. Raising the Stakes, 47. The Greatest Surprise, 48. The Shadow Dragons, 49. The Two-Star Dragon, 50. The Five-Star Dragon, 51. The Six-Star Dragon, 52. The Seven-Star Dragon, 53. Saying Goodbye, 54. The Four-Star Dragon, 55. The Heart of the Prince, 56. The Three- Star Dragon, 57. The One-Star Dragon, 58. Shadow Dragons Unite, 59. Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, 60. Super Saiyan 4 Fusion, 61. The Limits of Power, 62. Rescue Goku, 63. Universal Allies, 64. Until We Meet Again... 65. A Hero's Legacy)

Customer Reviews

My son's and I enjoyed watching them.
Bertha Lopez
The final battle is epic and Vegeta at long last becomes a super saiyan four, and we even have the return of fusion.
Joshua Landeros
Many people don't like the ending, but I personally do.
Joseph

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Taylor T. Carlson VINE VOICE on May 22, 2009
Format: DVD
Dragon Ball Z was the one greatest anime series ever created. With its action-packed universe and compelling storylines, Akira Toriyama's magnum opus had never failed to please. It was succeeded by Dragon Ball GT - a series created by Toei Animation, with only minor involvement from Toriyama. Unlike the first two series, GT has been met with a mixed reception.

After a long and intense battle, Goku and company finally manage to do away with the Tuffle threat brought on by the evil Baby. Everything seems to be back to normal finally, but of course, things don't stay that way long in the Dragon Ball Universe.

Two evil scientists meet up in hell and create a clone of Android 17, who fuses with the Android 17 on Earth - creating Super 17, a deadly new Android opponent threatening the safety of the world. As if things weren't already bad enough, old foes are escaping from Hell and roaming the Earth!

And then, things only get worse. Overuse of the Dragon Balls has resulted in them cracking, and releasing evil dragons our heroes must now do battle with. Seven dragons, each deadlier than the last. Will our heroes survie this, the ultimate decisive battle for Earth's safety?

The A Hero's Legacy movie, set 100 years after Dragon Ball GT, is included as well, following the exploits of Pan's grandson, Goku Jr.

The DVD set is divided amongst five discs, and contains the second half of Dragon Ball GT, plus the Hero's Legacy special. The picture has been subjected to digital noise reduction, and the set includes a booklet of character profiles and episode listings.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Huzyk on March 17, 2010
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If you're familiar with the Dragonball franchise, than you know what to expect. Dragonball GT usually gets a bum rap by fans of the franchise, but I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. While not as action-packed as Dragonball Z, and not as funny and slapstick as Dragonball, I felt it found a decent balance between the two, with some good fight scenes and some comedic moments.

This season starts off finishing off the Baby Saga. I found the story of this saga a little weak, but overall it provides alot of action, so it's a strong finish.
Next we have the Super 17 Saga, which is a great view for those who have been following the show, since they throw in alot of nostalgia, bringing back old villians and characters. This is, however, a very short saga, which is a shame because it had potential for alot more story and twists.
The third and final saga here is the Black Star Dragon saga. It seems alot of people find this saga the best out of all of Dragonball GT, but I actually found this a little weak. The story doesn't come together like it should, and there was so much potential for alot more intense action, that they didn't really capitalize on. The cover of this season showcases SS4 Gogeta, but we really only get an episode or two of him.
And lastly, thrown in with this season, is the only Dragonball GT movie they made, "A Heroes Legacy". I've read some reviews about this movie being boring and pointless, but I completely disagree. It's a little heart-warming story, that is very remeniscent of early Dragonball. It makes it feel like the series goes full circle, which I thought was a great way to end it.

Overall, if you're a fan of the previous shows, invest in this one, and you won't be dissapointed.
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Throughout the years we have watched one of the most noble and pure hearted men grow from naïve child to fierce warrior. Now we reach the final season of Dragon Ball GT. After handling evil in many shapes and forms, Goku has to defeat his deadliest of all opponents, himself!

After the defeat of Baby and the jump to Super Saiyan 4, all Goku and the gang want to do is relax. Sorry guys you're not out of the woods just yet! Goku has to first take down a few old foes just to find out that the Dragon Balls which has relied upon to bring peace and good to the world have turned against him. Now the balls have broken and each one has released its own evil Shadow Dragon. Each one is stronger than the next and Goku doesn't even know if Super Saiyan 4 can take them down.

While this show has been dumped on by many loyal fans I have to say the ending of this show was quite impressive. Considering that there was only one more season to work with the writers really tried to cram it all in and tie up all the lose ends. Many events and characters from Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z play a role in these final few episodes so you will be pretty surprised how it is all incorporated together. I love the fact that after all the adventures that the Z gang has had over the years it was Goku himself that almost cost every one certain doom. In the end of all things Goku makes a Frodo like exit from the world realizing that he is too dangerous to be a part of this world and this time he meant it for good. I liked how the show was just given a strait up ending in Goku's exit and in the end the whole story was really put together quite nicely. I feel that GT is a very important series to watch especially since Dragon Ball Z really didn't seem to be the perfect ending, but GT definitely got it right and the in the end I was satisfied.
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GT Lost Episodes?
well... those episodes are not really lost - those are the first 16 episodes in the first box set. See, funimation decided to skip the 16 episodes when they aired the series, because they were more exploration oriented, not the fighting we were used to in DBZ. Fearing they would lose an audience,... Read More
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