See also: List of Dragon Ball GT episodes
Dragon Ball GT (ドラゴンボール ＧＴ, Doragon Bōru Ji Ti, Literally meaning: Dragon Ball Grand Touring) is the anime-only sequel to the Dragon Ball Z series. The series takes place five years (ten in the FUNimation dub) after the end of the Dragon Ball series and follows the adventures of Gokū, his granddaughter Pan, and Trunks. It consists of 64 animated episodes and one movie. GT was produced by Toei Animation and aired on Japan's Fuji TV from February 7, 1996 until November 19, 1997. FUNimation would later produce an English dub of GT which aired on Cartoon Network from November 7, 2003 until April 16, 2005.
Despite the widespread success of the original Dragon Ball franchise, Dragon Ball GT's reception has been mixed to negative. IGN delivered a particularly scathing review, wherein they criticized the "goofy" designs of Trunks and Vegeta and called the series as a whole a "downright repellent". Overall, IGN gave the series a 4/10. Anime News Network also reviewed the series, commenting that the fight scenes were "a very childish exercise" and that it suffered from repeating the same formulas as the two proceeding anime. Their review also acknowledged the growing dislike for the series among contemporary fans. Notably, Christopher Sabat, of the Funimation voice cast, has been on record stating that GT is "not even canon anymore",  showing a disregard for GT even among the established cast.
- GT is the Dragon Ball media with the least amount of involvement from Akira Toriyama, the original creator of the franchise. Toriyama himself came up with the title for the series, designed the main cast and their vehicles, and he drew a few pictures for the series.
- GT stands for "Grand Tour", referring to Gokū, Pan, and Trunks' travels through the universe during the series.
- ↑ Kanzenshū Episode Guide
- ↑ Dragon Ball GT: The Lost Episodes DVD Box Set Review IGN
- ↑ Dragon Ball GT DVD: 8 Salvation [Uncut] Anime News Network
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbLq_NfLN9A
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Dragon Ball GT DVD Box: Dragon Box GT "Dragon Book" (15 June 2005) — A Message from Akira Toriyama-sensei