Dragon Ball GT Tucks Away Some of Goku's Sweetest Scenes

It's no secret GT isn't anything special according to many Dragon Ball fans, but the sequel series did have its moments when it first hit the scene in 1996. Bringing the shonen franchise the transformation dubbed Super Saiyan 4, the series began by transforming Goku back into a child and tasking him with collecting some very different Dragon Balls. Now, anime fans are taking the opportunity to revisit the sweeter moments that Son Goku took part in during the sequel series that exists outside Dragon Ball's continuity.

The first sequel series to Dragon Ball Z, the Grand Tour wasn't written by Akira Toriyama himself, creating arcs that many fans no longer considered canon, such as the Baby Saga, Super 17 Arc, and the Omega Shenron conclusion. During the Baby Saga, the Z-Fighters are plagued by an exceptionally strong foe who hails from a world that was destroyed by the Saiyans and is seeking vengeance. Baby overtakes Vegeta's body, along with some other familiar faces, to fight Goku, with the battle eventually leading to the destruction of Earth as Son attempts to save the citizens of the planet from their certain demise. This scene allows the sequel to revisit familiar faces from the original Dragon Ball series, as a Super Saiyan 4 Goku comes into contact with Android 8 and other friends he hadn't seen in decades

Twitter User Dragon Ball GT Legacy took the opportunity to revisit the scene wherein Goku in his most notable transformation in the Grand Tour revisited past friends that he made during the original anime series, showing how they've changed since the young Saiyan encountered them during his childhood exploits:

While it's doubtful that the events of Dragon Ball GT will be officially recognized during the story of Super, various aspects of the sequel series have made their way into Super Dragon Ball Heroes, with the Goku and Vegeta of the Time Patrol harboring the ability to not only transform into Super Saiyan 4, but have since ascended beyond this form. While fans have never received an official verdict on whether 4 or Super Saiyan Blue is stronger, viewers of Heroes are certainly grateful that the GT transformation has found its way back to the small screen.

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