History Anime / DragonBallGT

17th Jun '18 7:47:40 AM mariofan1000
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14th Jun '18 2:52:10 PM mariofan1000
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* SoundtrackDissonance: Quite a few of the songs used in DBGT's soundtrack, including the OP and Ending songs, are pretty blatantly romantic in nature. While Goku and Pan do love each other very much, its probably not even remotely in that way, and it doesn't really fit any part of the series at that. They are still very good songs, nonetheless.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: Quite a few Zig-Zagged with the opening theme, "Dan Dan Kokoro Hikareteku" - On one hand, it's about nostalgia and remembering the past as your days wind down, which is very fitting given that this series represented the original run of the songs used in DBGT's soundtrack, including ''Dragon Ball'' franchise coming to a close. On the OP and Ending songs, other hand, the lyrics are pretty blatantly romantic in nature. While clearly romantic, which is not remotely fitting - the love between Goku and Pan do love each other very much, its probably not even remotely in that way, and it doesn't really fit any part of the series at that. They are still very good songs, nonetheless.is strictly familial.
11th Jun '18 3:43:02 PM keyblade333
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[[caption-width-right:326:[[AnimeThemeSong Won't you come along with me? Hold my hand...]][[note]]Or, in Canada and the UK: [[ArcWords "Making the boy a man again"]], or in the early days of the US TV airings: [[ThemeTuneRap "Step into the grand tour!"]][[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:326:[[AnimeThemeSong Won't you come along with me? Hold my hand...]][[note]]Or, in Canada and the UK: [[ArcWords "Making the boy a man again"]], or in the early days of the US TV airings: [[ThemeTuneRap "Step [[caption-width-right:326:[[ThemeTuneRap Step into the grand tour!"]][[/note]]]]
Grand Tour!]]]]
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6th Jun '18 7:21:27 PM Robo4900
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[[caption-width-right:326:[[ThemeTuneRap Step into the Grand Tour!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:326:[[ThemeTuneRap Step [[caption-width-right:326:[[AnimeThemeSong Won't you come along with me? Hold my hand...]][[note]]Or, in Canada and the UK: [[ArcWords "Making the boy a man again"]], or in the early days of the US TV airings: [[ThemeTuneRap "Step into the Grand Tour!]]]]
grand tour!"]][[/note]]]]
1st Jun '18 8:58:55 AM keyblade333
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24th May '18 10:16:00 PM MyFinalEdits
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the original Japanese version, each of the Evil Dragons are named after the Chinese words for the number on their Dragon Ball, followed by the words for "Star Dragon", so if we romanise from the original Chinese words, the one-star dragon is Yi Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced EE SHING LONG[[/note]], the four-star dragon is Si Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced SUU SHING LONG[[/note]], and so on. Funimation decided to drop this entirely, and instead go with names along the lines of a first name with some sort of meaning, such as the four-starred dragon's fire ability leading to "Nuova", followed by "Shenron", their name for the eternal dragon Shen Long. This was tied up with its own overarching naming scheme where, when you put the first letter of each dragon's name one after the other, it spells "SHENRON".
** Blue Water's dub respects the original naming scheme, though it uses similar logic to saying Shenron instead of Shen Long, by romanising the Japanese approximations of the Chinese words, and for unknown reasons, they swapped Shinron out for Shenron. So, the one-star dragon is Ii Shenron, the four-star dragon is Su Shenron, and so on.
** Since Funimation decided to give the one-star dragon a name change(And a voice actor change) when he absorbs the other Dragon Balls and achieves his ultimate form(The Japanese and Blue Water versions made no changes at all, though after this power-up, they tended to put "Super" in front of his name), this means that the one-star dragon has four different official names; Yi Xing Long, Ii Shenron, Syn Shenron, and Omega Shenron.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the original Japanese version, each of the Evil Dragons are named after the Chinese words for the number on their Dragon Ball, followed by the words for "Star Dragon", so if we romanise from the original Chinese words, the one-star dragon is Yi Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced EE SHING LONG[[/note]], the four-star dragon is Si Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced SUU SHING LONG[[/note]], and so on. Funimation decided to drop this entirely, and instead go with names along the lines of a first name with some sort of meaning, such as the four-starred dragon's fire ability leading to "Nuova", followed by "Shenron", their name for the eternal dragon Shen Long. This was tied up with its own overarching naming scheme where, when you put the first letter of each dragon's name one after the other, it spells "SHENRON".
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"SHENRON".\\
Blue Water's dub respects the original naming scheme, though it uses similar logic to saying Shenron instead of Shen Long, by romanising the Japanese approximations of the Chinese words, and for unknown reasons, they swapped Shinron out for Shenron. So, the one-star dragon is Ii Shenron, the four-star dragon is Su Shenron, and so on.
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on.\\
Since Funimation decided to give the one-star dragon a name change(And change (and a voice actor change) when he absorbs the other Dragon Balls and achieves his ultimate form(The form (the Japanese and Blue Water versions made no changes at all, though after this power-up, they tended to put "Super" in front of his name), this means that the one-star dragon has four different official names; Yi Xing Long, Ii Shenron, Syn Shenron, and Omega Shenron.
24th May '18 10:09:24 AM Robo4900
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the original Japanese version, each of the Evil Dragons are named after the Chinese words for the number on their Dragon Ball, followed by the words for "Star Dragon", so if we romanise from the original Chinese words, the one-star dragon is Yi Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced EE SHING LONG[[/note]], the four-star dragon is Si Xing Long[[note]]Pronounced SUU SHING LONG[[/note]], and so on. Funimation decided to drop this entirely, and instead go with names along the lines of a first name with some sort of meaning, such as the four-starred dragon's fire ability leading to "Nuova", followed by "Shenron", their name for the eternal dragon Shen Long. This was tied up with its own overarching naming scheme where, when you put the first letter of each dragon's name one after the other, it spells "SHENRON".
** Blue Water's dub respects the original naming scheme, though it uses similar logic to saying Shenron instead of Shen Long, by romanising the Japanese approximations of the Chinese words, and for unknown reasons, they swapped Shinron out for Shenron. So, the one-star dragon is Ii Shenron, the four-star dragon is Su Shenron, and so on.
** Since Funimation decided to give the one-star dragon a name change(And a voice actor change) when he absorbs the other Dragon Balls and achieves his ultimate form(The Japanese and Blue Water versions made no changes at all, though after this power-up, they tended to put "Super" in front of his name), this means that the one-star dragon has four different official names; Yi Xing Long, Ii Shenron, Syn Shenron, and Omega Shenron.
21st May '18 12:35:51 PM BatmanKalEl
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* KidAppealCharacter: Pan is a Type 3. Even if she'd get destroyed in the main fight, she still tends to try, and if she's not doing that, there's a good chance she's doing something else on her own, which tends to help out ([[spoiler:pursuing Giru, finding and saving the kid who was possessed by Baby, and calming Goku down while he was a Golden Great Ape are all good examples]]).

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* KidAppealCharacter: Pan is a Type 3.an Ankle Biter. Even if she'd get destroyed in the main fight, she still tends to try, and if she's not doing that, there's a good chance she's doing something else on her own, which tends to help out ([[spoiler:pursuing Giru, finding and saving the kid who was possessed by Baby, and calming Goku down while he was a Golden Great Ape are all good examples]]).
11th May '18 1:01:20 PM Bartzv
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* CanonDiscontinuity: Most of the material in the franchise that takes place after ''Z'', namely the movies and some of the video games ignore the events that happened in ''GT''; essentially [[{{Retcon}} retroactively]] turning it into a giant WhatIf story. ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' doesn't take place after ''Z'' (it's set in-between the Buu arc and ''Z's'' DistantFinale), but introduces abilities and plotlines that contradict ''GT's'' events.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: Most of the material in the franchise that takes place after ''Z'', namely the movies and some of the video games ignore the events that happened in ''GT''; essentially [[{{Retcon}} retroactively]] turning it into a giant WhatIf story. ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' doesn't take place after ''Z'' (it's set in-between the Buu arc and before ''Z's'' DistantFinale), DistantFinale at some point after the Buu arc), but introduces abilities and plotlines that contradict ''GT's'' events.
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http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Anime.DragonBallGT