Dragon Ball GT Gets a Massive Wave of Funko Pops

Funko goes big on anime once again with a huge collection of Dragon Ball GT Pops.

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Funko is launching a crazy amount of Funko Pops today, May 15th, and one of the biggest is this collection inspired by Dragon Ball GT that includes no less than 9 Pop figures and 4 Pop keychains. A full breakdown can be found below complete with pre-order links. Note that US shipping is free at Entertainment Earth on orders $79+. 

Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Exclusives: 

Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Commons: Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon

  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pops – Bulla
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pops – Goku
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pops – Pan
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pops – Trunks & Gill
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pops – Vegeta

Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Keychains: Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon

  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Keychain – Bulla
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Keychain – Goku
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Keychain – Pan
  • Dragon Ball GT Funko Pop Keychain – Trunks

What's Next for Dragon Ball? 

There will still be new Dragon Ball materials to enjoy later this year even with Dragon Ball Super's manga future left uncertain. Dragon Ball Daima will be a brand new anime series set to release some time later this Fall for the franchise's 40th anniversary. It has yet to confirm a concrete release date as of the time of this publication, but the late Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama helped to craft the original main story and character designs for Dragon Ball Daima. Yoshitaka Yashima and Aya Komaki are directing the series for Toei Animation, Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru is adapting Toriyama's designs for animation, and Yuuko Kakihara is supervising and writing the scripts.

Masako Nozawa will once again be providing the voice for Kid Goku, and she is currently the only confirmed member of Dragon Ball Daima's voice cast announced so far. Akira Toriyama previously teased the original story for Dragon Ball Daima as such when it was first announced, "Due to a conspiracy, Goku and his friends are turned small. In order to fix things, they'll head off to a new world! It's a grand adventure with intense action in an unknown and mysterious world. Since Goku has to make up for his petite size, he uses his Power Pole to fight, something not seen in a long time."