Dragon Ball GT Filler List

Dragon Ball GT Filler List is a guide where we can see chapter by chapter if it is a canonical chapter for the original story, or if it is a filler chapter.

Dragon Ball GT Filler List


Dragon Ball GT

Dragon Ball GT is a Manga and Anime series, in many occasions these series differ in some points of their story between the Manga (Comic) and the Anime (Cartoon), since usually filler is added in the anime to give time to the Manga to advance in the original story.

📝 Dragon Ball GT Filler Guide Manga and Anime

With Dragon Ball GT Filler Guide you will be able to know exactly which chapters of Dragon Ball GT are canonical and which are filler, and go directly to the content you are most interested in:

Manga Canon Episodes Mixed Canon / Filler Episodes Filler Episodes Anime Canon Episodes

⚠️ Dragon Ball GT Filler List and Order to Watch

Here is the complete list of Dragon Ball GT chapters in order to watch them and with their corresponding filler chapters marked in case you want to skip those non-canonical parts of the story.

# Title Type Airdate
1 A Devastating Wish Filler 07/02/1996
2 Pan Blasts Off Filler 14/02/1996
3 Terror on Imecka Filler 21/02/1996
4 The Most Wanted List Filler 28/02/1996
5 Goku vs. Ledgic Filler 06/03/1996
6 Like Pulling Teeth Filler 13/03/1996
7 Trunks, the Bride Filler 20/03/1996
8 Whisker Power Filler 17/04/1996
9 Lord Luud Filler 24/04/1996
10 Dance and Attack Filler 01/05/1996
11 Lord Luud’s Curse Filler 08/05/1996
12 The Last Oracle of Luud Filler 15/05/1996
13 The Man Behind the Curtain Filler 22/05/1996
14 The Battle Within Filler 05/06/1996
15 Beginning of the End Filler 12/06/1996
16 Giru’s Checkered Past Filler 19/06/1996
17 Pan’s Gambit Filler 26/06/1996
18 Unexpected Power Filler 10/07/1996
19 A General Uprising Filler 17/07/1996
20 The Source of Rilldo’s Power Filler 24/07/1996
21 A Secret Revealed Filler 14/08/1996
22 The Baby Secret Filler 21/08/1996
23 Hidden Danger Filler 26/08/1996
24 Discovering the Truth Filler 04/09/1996
25 Baby’s Arrival Filler 16/10/1996
26 Saiyan Hunting Filler 30/10/1996
27 The Attack on Vegeta Filler 06/11/1996
28 A Worldwide Problem Filler 13/11/1996
29 The Fall of The Saiyans Filler 27/11/1996
30 The Game After Life Filler 04/12/1996
31 Collapse From Within Filler 11/12/1996
32 The Return of Uub Filler 08/01/1997
33 The Tail’s Tale Filler 15/01/1997
34 Back in the Game Filler 22/01/1997
35 Goku’s Ascension Filler 29/01/1997
36 The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks! Filler 05/02/1997
37 Old Kai’s Last Stand Filler 12/02/1997
38 Family Bonds Filler 19/02/1997
39 Baby Put to Rest Filler 26/02/1997
40 Piccolo’s Decision Filler 05/03/1997
41 Curtain Call Filler 12/03/1997
42 A Dangerous Union Filler 16/04/1997
43 The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza Filler 23/04/1997
44 17 Times 2 Filler 30/04/1997
45 Piccolo’s Best Bet Filler 14/05/1997
46 Raising the Stakes Filler 28/05/1997
47 The Greatest Surprise Filler 04/06/1997
48 The Shadow Dragons Filler 11/06/1997
49 The Two-Star Dragon Filler 18/06/1997
50 The Five-Star Dragon Filler 25/06/1997
51 The Six-Star Dragon Filler 09/07/1997
52 The Seven-Star Dragon Filler 09/07/1997
53 Saying Goodbye Filler 16/07/1997
54 The Four-Star Dragon Filler 20/07/1997
55 The Heart of the Prince Filler 30/07/1997
56 The Three-Star Dragon Filler 06/08/1997
57 The One-Star Dragon Filler 13/08/1997
58 Shadow Dragons Unite Filler 24/09/1997
59 Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta Filler 01/10/1997
60 Super Saiyan 4 Fusion Filler 08/10/1997
61 The Limits of Power Filler 15/10/1997
62 Rescue Goku Filler 22/10/1997
63 Universal Allies Filler 12/11/1997
64 Until We Meet Again? Filler 19/11/1997
65 A Hero’s Legacy Filler 26/11/1997

🧐 What is Dragon Ball GT: Anime and Manga

Dragon Ball GT is an anime and manga series. It is a sequel to the original Dragon Ball series. DBGT (Dragon Ball GT) was made after the end of DBZ (Dragon Ball Z) in 1997. The series is directed by Osamu Kasai, who worked on the classic anime “Sailor Moon”. There are more episodes of DBZ than DBGT.

Dragon Ball GT features Goku as a child and was produced to build on the success of its predecessor. The plot takes place some time after the last episode of Dragon Ball Z. Goku is still a child and Pan has become a young girl who wants to find the dragon balls so she can wish for her grandfather’s youth. They encounter several new enemies, such as Baby Vegeta (who ends up becoming Super Baby Vegeta), Super Android 17 and Lord Yaoi.

Although it did not receive the same critical acclaim as previous Dragon Ball series, Dragon Ball GT was popular outside of Japan and had high ratings when it first aired in the United States in 2003.

In Europe, the series aired on Animax during 2003-2004. It also aired on the Toonami UK programming block from January 5, 2004 to January 28, 2009 at 3:00 pm daily (around 11:00 am EST). In Australia, Cartoon Network Australia premiered Dragon Ball GT on March 5, 2002 for a brief period following its premiere in Japan, before dropping it in favor of its own programming. However, the series returned to Australian airwaves from September 2, 2005 until mid-2008, when it disappeared again from that channel for no known reason; however, it continued to air on Network Ten’s Tenplay streaming service Ten before finally ending its run there as well on December 2, 2016.

🖊️Author of the anime Dragon Ball GT

Osamu Kasai is a Japanese anime director. He directed Dragon Ball GT and worked on Sailor Moon. He has also directed other anime, such as Ranma 1/2 and Rurouni Kenshin. He has also directed some live-action television shows, such as the Shinsengumi series for NHK (Japan’s national public broadcasting company). Kasai has also written scripts for several live-action movies and shows in Japan, such as Forbidden Love, which was released in 2014.