Tom and Jerry in Dragon Ball (トムとジェリー ドラゴンボール, Tomu to Jerī Doragon Bōru, lit., Tom and Jerry: Dragon Ball) is an action adventure science fiction comedy animated television film series starring Tom and Jerry, based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime franchise by Akira Toriyama, which was partially, but loosely adapted from the classic Chinese novel, Journey to the West. Like Tom and Jerry: The Space Giants, adapted from Ambassador Magma (or The Space Giants) by Osamu Tezuka and P Productions, the film series was an American/Japanese co-production, and is jointly produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Toei Animation and Tezuka Productions for Turner Entertainment, Funimation, Denstu and Yomiko. The series is an alternate re-telling of the first original anime series, containing the "What if..." saga changes in the Dragon Ball timeline.

During the days where Ambassador Magma is still defending the Planet Earth against the space conquer Rodak, the crossover series centers on the new adventures of Tom and Jerry outside the real world: their own Earth in the Solar System. With the assistance of Magma and his space robot or rocket-humanoid family from the Planet Kanata in the ZRF Galaxy, Tom and Jerry, along with their families and friends including owners Robyn Starling and Mikko Mura (Mamoru Murakami in the Japanese version), travels to another Earth in the far, far away galaxy where they join a strong, monkey-tailed, naïve boy named Goku and the gang as they travel the globe in search of the seven mystical Dragon Balls, which will enable them to summon the Eternal Dragon Shenron and be granted a single wish: whatever it can be. But along the way, they must battle the evil Emperor Pilaf, who was plotting to use the Dragon Balls to archive his desire to rule the world.


A few weeks after the defeat of Rodak's second of his space monsters on Earth—Birdaurus, Ambassador Magma and his rocket-humanoid family including Silvar, Gam and Tuffy (who wears his emerald-green antennae on his head) brings Tom and Jerry, their families, Robyn Starling and Mikko Mura back to Mount Olympian, where the wise scientist and wizard Methusan from the Planet Ludar shows them key information about another Earth in a far away different universe, the Dragon World, where seven magic Dragon Balls were forged and scatted all over. When those balls (with a different number of stars on each ball) are reunited, the Eternal Dragon named Shenron will be called forth to grant the discoverer any one wish. Afterwards, Shenron will return to his eternal slumber and the Dragon Balls will once more scatter all over the Dragon World to spend one year as round stones.

On Methusan's orders, Magma, Silvar and Gam took Robyn, Mikko and the Cat and Mouse families on an outer space journey to the Dragon World and drop them off, wishing them good luck with their mission. In the first phase of their observing operation, Tom, Jerry, Robyn, Mikko and the gang meet Goku, a brave and innocent young boy with incredible powers, found in the wilderness of Mount Paozu and raised as a grandson by an old martial arts master named Gohan (or Grandpa Gohan), the student of the great Master Roshi, the Turtle Hermit. The "real world" team and one mysteriously monkey-tailed fighter (secretly known to Tom and Jerry through learning from Methusan as an alien, a Saiyan warrior from the Planet Vegeta that was destroyed by Frieza) became friends when a girl named Bulma appears looking for the Dragon Balls, using her Dragon Radar. When the villainous Emperor Pilaf is also seeking the Dragon Balls to make his dream of world domination come true, Tom, Jerry and all their friends decides to come with Bulma as she took Goku on a quest find the four remaining balls, carrying their first three including Goku and his grandfather's four-star ball.

But along the way, the group encounter the shape-shifting pig named Oolong, the terrifying desert bandit Yamcha and his sidekick cat Puar who can also change into any shape, the enormous Ox King and the beautiful Chi-Chi, the sneaky carrot-touch-borne bunny Monster Carrot, and the first of all, Master Roshi himself: a kooty old man with a few tricks of his sleeve, including the Kamehameha Wave. Now, can all these heroes and villains alike work together to stop Pilaf before he saw his chance to steal all seven Dragon Balls together and get his wish?

Featuring the "what-if" saga changes, this action-packed Dragon Ball crossover with Tom and Jerry and Ambassador Magma focuses on the details that Goku, born on the Planet Vegeta as Kakarot, gets sent to the Dragon World to destroy it, but a head injury from his accidental falling to the ravine makes him forget his mission and become the savior of his new home world, during his adoptive life with Grandpa Gohan. But as if to alter the legacy, the two questions are: "What would happen if Goku lost more than just his memory?" And "What if" he lost his savage Saiyan instincts relating to a certain...beastly transformation at the sight of the full moon?

Television Films

  1. Tom and Jerry in Dragon Ball: The Adventures of Goku (2026)
    • Japanese Title: Tom and Jerry: Dragon Ball - The Adventures of Son Goku (トムとジェリー ドラゴンボール 孫悟空の冒険, Tomu to Jerī: Doragon Bōru - Son Gokū no Bōken)
    • Timeline Placement: Set after The Space Giants' Episode 8: The Winged Horror and before Episode 9: The Terrifying Lugo Men
  2. Tom and Jerry in Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle (2026)
    • Japanese Title: Tom and Jerry: Dragon Ball - The Sleeping Princess of the Devil's Castle (トムとジェリー ドラゴンボール 魔神城のねむり姫, Tomu to Jerī: Doragon Bōru - Majin-jō no Nemuri Hime)
    • Timeline Placement: Set after The Space Giants' 16th episode, Battle of the Titans, and before the 17th episode, Ranautis Attacks.
  3. Tom and Jerry in Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (2027)
    • Japanese Title: Tom and Jerry: Dragon Ball - The Great Mystical Adventure (トムとジェリー ドラゴンボール 魔訶不思議大冒険, Tomu to Jerī: Doragon Bōru - Makafushigi Dai Bōken)
    • Timeline Placement: Set after The Space Giants' 20th episode, The Monsters Clash, and before the 21st episode, Challenge of the Great Noronda.


The Real World (現実の世界, Genjitsu no Sekai)

  • Thomas "Tom" Cat (トム, Tomu)
  • Jeremy "Jerry" Adam Mouse (ジェリー, Jerī)
  • Toodles Galore
  • Toots "Chérie" Mouse (トゥーツ/チェリー, To~ūtsu/Cherī)
  • Timothy "Tim" Cat (ティム, Timu)
  • Thomasina Cat
  • Baby Booties/Booties Cat
  • Geraldine "Mariana" Mouse (ジェラルディン/マリアナ, Jerarudin/Mariana)
  • Nibbles "Tuffy" Mouse (ニブルス/タフィー, Niburusu/Tafī)
  • Spike Bulldog (スパイク, Supaiku)
  • Tyke Bulldog (タイク, Taiku)
  • Robyn Starling (スターリングロビン, Sutāringu Robin)
  • Mikko Mura (村上マモル, Murakami Mamoru, Mamoru Murakami)
  • Gilbert Starling (スターリングギルバート, Sutāringu Girubāto)
  • Andrea Starling (スターリングアンドレア, Sutāringu Andorea): Gilbert's wife and Robyn's daughter who is deceased.
  • Charles Mulciber (マルシバーチャールズ, Marushibā Chāruzu)/Chip the Wizard (チップ, Chippu): Gilbert's younger brother-in-law and Robyn's uncle.
  • Ito Mura (村上厚, Murakami Atsushi, Atushi Murakami)
  • Tomoko Mura (村上友子, Murakami Tomoko, Tomoko Murakami)
  • Kita (木田記者, Kida kisha, Reporter Kida)
  • Liz (リズ, Rizu)

Outer Space (宇宙空間, Uchū Kūkan)

  • Ambassador Magma (マグマ大使, Maguma Taishi): A fifty-foot tall golden robot or rocket humanoid from his home planet, Kanata, in the ZRF Galaxy.
  • Silvar (モル, Moru): An female rocket humanoid in silver, who is Magma's son.
  • Gam (ガム, Gamu): Magma and Silvar's son, and Mikko's rocket humanoid duplication.
  • Methusan (アース, Āsu, Earth): A scientist and wizard from the Planet Ludar, who creates rocket humanoids like Magma and Silvar on the Planet Kanata in the ZRF Galaxy. In Mount Olympian on Earth, he creates Gam by having Mikko stand in front of the mirror.
  • Rodak (ゴア, Goa): An evil alien being who has been conquering other planets in different galaxies, and was attempting to take control of Earth, using both the energy attacks from his spaceship and his monsters from other planets. He and Magma were arch-rivals or enemies.

Dragon World (ドラゴンワールド, Doragon Wārudo)

  • Kakarot/Goku (カカロット/孫悟空, Kakarotto/Son Gokū):
    • Great Ape Goku (大猿悟空, Ōzaru Gokū, The Great Monkey Goku)
  • Krillin (クリリン, Kuririn)
  • Bulma (ブルマ, Buruma)
  • Yamcha (ヤムチャ, Yamucha)
  • Puar (プーアル, Pūaru)
  • Oolong (ウーロン, Ūron)
  • Tien Shinhan (天津飯, Tenshinhan)
  • Chiaotzu (餃子, Chaozu)
  • Master Roshi
  • Fortuneteller Baba (占いババ, Uranai Baba, Fortune-telling Baba)
  • Grandpa Gohan (孫悟飯, Son Gohan)
  • The Ox King (牛魔王 Gyūmaō, The Ox Demon King)
  • Chi-Chi (チチ Chichi)
  • Launch (ランチ Ranchi, Lunch)
  • Emperor Pilaf (ピラフ大王 Pirafu Daiō, The Great King Pilaf)
  • Mai (マイ)
  • Shu (シュウ)
  • Master Shen
  • Mercenary Tao
  • Major Metallitron (メタリック軍曹 Metarikku Gunsō, Sergeant Metallic)
  • Blue (ブルー将軍)
  • Ninja Murasaki (ムラサキ曹長 Murasaki Sōchō, Sergeant Murasaki)
    • Murasaki Brothers (ムラサキの兄弟 Murasaki no Kyōdai)
  • Android 8/Eighter (人造人間8号/ハッチャン Jinzōningen Hachi-Gō/Hatchan, Artificial Human No. Eight/Hatchan)
  • Suno (スノ)
  • Count Lucifer (ルシフェル Rushiferu, Lucifer)
  • Korin (カリン, Karin)
  • Yajirobe (ヤジロベー, Yajirobē)
  • Master Mutaito (武泰斗 Mutaito)
  • King Piccolo (ピッコロ大魔王, Pikkoro Daimaō, The Great Demon King Piccolo)
  • Kami (神様, Kami-sama)
  • Mr. Popo (ミスター・ポポ, Misutā Popo)
  • Bora (ボラ)
  • Upa (ウパ)
  • Arale Norimaki (則巻アラレ Norimaki Arare)
  • Gatchans


Japanese Cast

  • Naoki Tatsuta as The Narrator, Earth, Oolong
  • Setsuji Sato as Thomas "Tom" Cat
  • Junko Hori as Jeremy "Jerry" Adam Mouse
  • Maria Kawamura as Toodles Galore
  • Ikue Otani as Slats Cat
  • Naoko Watanabe as Coffee Cat
  • Chika Sakamoto as Leo Mouse, Ferdinand, Quacker, Karras the Vampire Mouse
  • Yuko Minaguchi as Dorothy Mouse
    • Yoko Maekawa as Dorothy Mouse (singing voice)
  • Yu Shimaka as Spike Bulldog
  • Etsuko Kozakura as Nibbles "Tuffy" Mouse
  • Ryoko Shinohara as Robyn Starling
  • Minami Takayama as Mamoru Murakami
  • Akio Otsuka as Ambassador Magma
  • Toru Ohira as Goa (stock recordings)
  • Hiroya Ishimaru as Mr. Starling
  • Rica Fukami as Tomoko Murakami, Moru
  • Sachiko Kobayashi as Aunt Figg
  • Masahiro Anzai as Captain Kiddie
  • Yu Shimaka as Spike Bulldog
  • Ryusei Nakao as Droopy, Freeza
  • Masako Nozawa as Kakarot/Son Goku, Bardock, Gam, Tyke
  • Shigeru Chiba as Emperor Pilaf, Son Gohan (Goku's Grandfather), Raditz
  • Ryo Horikawa as Vegeta
  • Tetsu Inada as Nappa
  • Mayumi Tanaka as Kuririn
  • Aya Hisakawa as Bulma, Future Bulma (Time Patrol)
  • Takeshi Kusao as Future Trunks (Time Patrol)
  • Masako Katsuki as Towa
  • Hiroki Takahashi as Mira
  • Kanae Ito as the Surpreme Kai of Time
  • Ryoichi Tanaka as the Elder Kai
  • Toru Furuya as Yamcha
  • Hikaru Midorikawa as Tenshinhan
  • Hiroko Emori as Chaozu
  • Naoko Watanabe as Puar
  • Junko Noda as Pocky

English Cast

  • Doc Morgan as The Narrator
  • Richard Kind as Thomas "Tom" Cat/Monster Tom
    • William Hanna as Thomas "Tom" Cat (archive recordings/ vocal effects/ uncredited)
  • Stephanie Nadolny as Jeremy "Jerry" Adam Mouse/Monster Jerry
    • William Hanna as Jeremy "Jerry" Adam Mouse (archive recordings/ vocal effects/ uncredited)
  • Alicyn Packard as Toodles Galore
  • Kari Wahlgren as Toots "Chérie" Mouse
  • Reece Thompson as Slats Cat
  • Chantal Strand as Jackie Cat
  • Michelle Ruff as Coffee Cat
  • Robert Martin Klein as Tanner Mouse
  • Mona Marshall as George Mouse, Silvar
  • Benjamin Diskin as Leo Mouse, Karras the Vampire Mouse
  • Tara Strong as Dorothy Mouse, Vegeta
  • Anndi McAfee as Robyn Starling
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Mikko Mura, Meathead Cat
  • Colleen Clinkenbeard as Kakarot/Goku
  • Maggie Blue O'Hara as Bulma, Future Bulma (Time Patrol)
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Ambassador Magma, Shenron, Grandpa Gohan, Turtle, Igor, Kami, King Piccolo, Mr. Popo, Korin, King Vegeta, Zarbon
  • Dameon Clarke as Rodak, Bora
  • Greg Cipes as Gam
  • Tony Amendola as Methusan
  • Eric Vale as Future Trunks (Time Patrol)
  • Stephanie Young as Towa
  • John Michael Tatum as Mira
  • Felecia Angelle as the Surpreme Kai of Time
  • Kent Williams as the Elder Kai
  • Michael Donovan as Master Roshi
  • Linda Young as Fortuneteller Baba
  • Chuck Huber as Emperor Pilaf
  • Teryl Rothery as Mai
  • Chris Cason as Shu
  • Brian Drummond as Master Shen, Eagle (Tom and Jerry)
  • Scott McNeil as Mercenary Tao, Dr. Brief
  • Duncan Brannan as Ninja Murasaki
  • Mike McFarland as Android 8, Count Lucifer, Ghastel, Gatchan #1
  • Laura Bailey as Suno
  • Kara Edwards as Upa
  • Brina Palencia as Arale Norimaki
  • R. Bruce Elliott as Senbei Norimaki
  • John Burgmeier as Gatchan #2
  • Ian James Corlett as Monster Carrot
  • Bradford Jackson as Oolong
  • Ted Cole as Yamcha
  • Matt Smith as Tien Shinhan
  • Cathy Weseluck as Puar, Chiaotzu, Thomasina Cat
  • Kyle Hebert as The Ox King
  • Andrea Libman as Chi-Chi
  • Meredith McCoy as Launch
  • Elise Baughman as Pocky
  • Michael Dobson as Nappa
  • Phil Parsons as Master Mutaito
  • Sonny Strait as Bardock, General Blue
  • Christopher Ayres as Frieza
  • Paul Dobson as Dodoria
  • Richard Newman as Captain Ginyu
  • Kath Soucie as Nibbles "Tuffy" Mouse/Monster Tuffy
  • Kathleen Barr as Rudolph, Raditz
  • Myriam Sirois as Clarice
  • Seth MacFarlane as Frosty
  • Kate Haggins as Millie
  • Nicole Oliver as Crystal, Baby Booties
  • Jeff Bennett as Gilbert Starling, Cousin George, Ferdinand
  • Charlie Schlatter as Charles "Chip" Mulciber
  • Tress MacNeille as Aunt Pristine Figg, Mrs. Mouse
  • Corey Burton as Mr. Lickboot
  • Emma Jackson as Tomoko Mura
  • Sonny Byrkett as Ito "Tom" Mura
  • Spike Brandt as Spike Bulldog
  • Brianne Siddall as Tyke Bulldog
  • Tony Anselmo as Quacker
  • Jason Marsden as Timothy "Tim" Cat
  • Catherine Cavadini as Toodles' Mom
  • Trevor Devall as Toodles' Dad
  • Doug Erholtz as Uncle Pecos
  • John Michael Higgins as Harry Mouse
  • Ellen Kennedy as Geraldine "Mariana" Mouse
  • Maurice LaMarche as Maurice "Muscles" Mouse/Monster Muscles
  • Jeff Bergman as Droopy, Butch Dog, Lightning Cat
  • Grey DeLisle as Red
  • Charlie Adler as Dripple, Screwball Squirrel, Lightning Bolt the Super Squirrel
  • Joey D'Auria as Butch Cat
  • Elizabeth Daily as Topsy Cat
  • Greg Ellis as Tin Cat
  • Jess Harnell as Pan Cat
  • Richard McGonagle as Barney Bear, Alley Cat
  • Jim Cummings as Slick McWolf, Lion (Tom and Jerry)

Additional Voices and Vocals

  • Frank Welker



  • Distribution: Warner Bros. Television Distribution, Toei Company, Ltd.
  • Presentation: Turner Entertainment Co., Inc., Funimation Productions, Ltd.
  • Co-Production: Warner Bros. Animation, Inc., Toei Animation Co., Ltd., Bird Studio Co., Ltd., Shueisha, Inc., Tezuka Productions Co., Ltd.
  • In Association With: Dentsu, Inc., Bandai Co., Ltd., Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc., Fuji Television Network, Inc., Tokyu Agency, Inc., Yomiko Advertising, Inc.
  • Adapted from "Dragon Ball Xenoverse" by Dimps Corporation, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc.
  • Voice Casting Facilities: Studiopolis, Inc., OkraTron 5000, Inc., Voice Box Productions, Inc.
  • Additional Voice Casting Facilities: Okratron 5000 West, Funimation Entertainment
  • Audio Re-Recording: Dick & Rogers Sound Studio
  • Animation Production: Toei Animation Co., Ltd., Tezuka Production Co., Ltd.
  • Additional Animation Services: Digital eMation, Inc.
  • Layouts and Backgrounds: Athena Art Studio, BIG Studio Co., Ltd., Mukuo Studio
  • In-Between Animation: A-Line Co., Ltd., Buyu Co., Ltd., Hanho Heung-Up Co., Ltd., Mushi Production Co., Ltd., Toei Animation Philippines., Inc., Toon City Animation, Inc., Yearim Productions Co., Ltd.
  • Key Animation: Actas, Inc., A-Line Co., Ltd., Asahi Production Co., Ltd., Bridge, Inc., G&G Direction, Inc., Lotto Animation, Inc., Nakamura Production Co., Ltd., Rough Draft Korea Co., Ltd., Seigasha Co., Ltd., Studio Elle Co., Ltd., Studio Junio Co., Ltd. (stock footage), Toei Animation Philippines., Inc.
  • Production Assistance: Magic Bus Co., Ltd., Studio Live, Inc.
  • Digital Paint:  A-Line Co., Ltd., Buyu Co., Ltd., Toei Animation Philippines, Inc.
  • Matte Painting Animation Sequences: P Productions (stock footage)
  • Effects Animation: Mushi Production Co., Ltd.
  • Composition: Asahi Production Co., Ltd.
  • Stock Footage from:
    • "Dragon Ball" Provided by Toei Animation Co., Ltd., Funimation Productions, Ltd.
    • "Ambassador Magma" Provided by P Production, AnimeImages,Inc., Lakeside Television Company
  • Recording and Sound Production Facilities: Soundworks, Sound Inn Studios, Inc., Toei Digital Center, Toei Audio Visual Art Center Co., Ltd., Toho Sound Studio, Pony Canyon Enterprises, Inc., Half H·P Studio Co., Ltd.
  • Post-Production Sound Services: Advantage Audio, Inc., Fizz Sound Creation Co., Ltd., Jet Sound Engine Co., Ltd., Toho Sound Studio, Swara Productions Co., Ltd., Anime Sound Production Co., Ltd., Oizumi Sound Co., Ltd.


  • Directed by Spike Brandt, Tatsuya Nagamine, Satoshi Kuwabara
  • Produced by Spike Brandt, Tony Cervone, Justin Cook, Michael Harcourt, Norihiro Hayashida, Riuko Tominaga, Atsushi Tomohisa, Atsushi Yoshikawa, Junichiro Tanaka, Kisho Tsuruta, Takaaki Nakanome, Tomoyuki Ohashi, Yasuhiro Takano, Yasuyuki Nishiya, Yusuke Terada
  • Written by Gene Grillo, Akira Toriyama, Mayumi Morita, Keiichiro Ochi
  • Original Story by Akira Toriyama, Kaori Osamura, Sou Mayumi
  • Based Upon:
    • "Tom and Jerry" by William Hanna and Joseph Barbara
    • "Ambassador Magma" by Osamu Tezuka
    • "Dr. Slump" and "Dragon Ball" by Akira Toriyama
  • Executive Producers: Sam Register, Gen Fukunaga, Karen Mika, Kozo Morishita, Akio Iyoku, Hideyuki Igarashi, Junya Okamoto, Takahiro Sasaki, Tetsuo Gensho, Yasushi Oshima
  • Senior Producers: Atsushi Suzuki, Hirotsugu Usui
  • Associate Producers: Jim Wyatt, Zach Bolton, Samantha Herek, Maiko Higa, Sachiko Hori
  • Line Producers: Monica Mitchell, Kimberly S. Moreau
  • Edited by Dave Courter, Philip Malamuth, Masahiro Goto, Tamami Watanabe, Maki Tsuchiya, Yusuke Fujiwara
  • Music by Michael Tavera, Kenji Yamamoto, Norihito Sumitomo, Yoshichika Kuriyama, Shiho Tereda, Atsushi Yokozeki
  • Original Scores from:
    • "Tom and Jerry" Composed by Scott Bradley
    • "Ambassador Magma" Composed by Naozumi Yamamoto
    • "Dr. Slump" and "Dragon Ball" by Shunsuke Kikuchi
  • Casting Direction: Maria Estrada, Wes Gleason, Ryan Johnston, Christopher R. Sabat, Rawly Pickens, Terry Klassen
  • Production Managers: Christine Deitner, Bianca Margiotta, Dawn Merkel
  • Assistant Production Managers: Hanah Lee Cook, Victoria Thornberry
  • Art Direction: Mike Peraza, Akira Toriyama, Masato Shibata, Masami Saito
  • Character Design: Dan Haskett, Akira Toriyama, Nana Miura, Michinosuke Nakamura




Concept Art

Model Sheets

More Character Artwork (coming soon)
  • Mikko Mura
  • Ito Mura
  • Tomoko Mura
  • Kita
  • Ambassador Magma
  • Silvar
  • Gam
  • Magma, Gam, Tuffy and Silvar as rockets
  • Methusan
  • Rodak
  • The Dragon Ball Gang (Puar, Yamcha, Master Roshi, Goku, Bulma and Oolong) as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Toei Animation
  • Goku (child) and Shenron as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Toei Animation
  • Goku (child) in his base and Great Ape forms as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Toei Animation
  • Goku (child) on the Flying Nimbus as seen in Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure, courtesy of Toei Animation
  • Krillin and Goku (with his Saiyan tail) as seen in in Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure, courtesy of Toei animator and character designer Tadayoshi Yamamuro
  • Goku with his original martial arts clothes from the Emperor Pilaf Saga and Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle
  • Goku with his Turtle-School uniform
  • Baby Goku
  • Great Ape Goku
  • Krillin with his Orin Temple uniform
  • Krillin with his Turtle-School uniform
  • Puar and Yamcha as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Toei Animation's Tadayoshi Yamamuro
  • Puar and Yamcha as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Dragon Garow Lee
  • Bulma and Yamcha as seen in the Emperor Pilaf Saga, courtesy of Dragon Garow Lee
  • Akira Toriyama's manga sketch of Oolong and Yamcha playing soccer, courtesy of Shueisha, Inc.
  • A reused concept art of Puar from Dragon Ball Z: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!
  • Master Roshi, the Turtle Hermit
  • Turtle
  • Grandpa Gohan
  • The Ox King
  • Chi-Chi:
  • Launch in her good (blue-haired) and bad (blonde-haired) personalities
  • The Pilaf Gang (Emperor Pilaf, Mai and Shu), courtesy of Toei Animation
  • Master Shen, the Crane Hermit
  • Mercenary Tao, the general of Mifan
  • Tien Shinhan
  • Chiaotzu, the Emperor of Mifan
  • General Blue as the lieutenant of Mifan
  • Ninja Murasaki
  • Android 8 (later renamed Eighter by Goku)
  • Major Metallitron
  • Bora and Upa
  • Korin
  • Yajirobe
  • Fortuneteller Baba
  • Arale Norimaki and the Gatchans
  • Future Trunks (Dragon Ball Xenoverse)
  • Chronoa, the Supreme Kai of Time
  • Towa and Mira
  • Demon God Demigra
  • King Cold
  • Frieza
  • Cooler
  • King Vegeta
  • Vegeta (child)
  • Bardock
  • Gine
  • Raditz (child)
  • Nappa
  • Turles

Storyboards (Opening and Closing Title Sequences)

Voice Casting

English Version

Japanese Version


Layouts and Backgrounds

Sound Effects



  1. Makafushigi Adventure! (魔訶不思議アドベンチャー!, Makafushigi Adobenchā!, Mystical Adventure!) (opening song)
    • Japanese Version
      • Music by Takeshi Ike
      • Lyrics by Yuriko Mori
      • Arrangemed by Kohei Tanaka
      • Performed by Hiroki Takahashi
  2. Magma Taishi no Uta (マグマ大使の歌, The Song of Ambassador Magma) (insert song)
    • Japanese Version:
      • Music by Naozumi Yamamoto
      • Lyrics by Ryusei Hasegawa
      • Performed by Call Tokyo, Mari Shimizu
  3. Gamu no Uta (ガムのうた, The Song of Gam) (insert song)
    • Japanese Version:
      • Music by Naozumi Yamamoto
      • Lyrics by Ryusei Hasegawa
      • Performed by The Kamitakada Boys Choir (singing voices of Slats Kitten, Jackie Kitten, Coffee Kitten, Tanner Mouse, George Mouse and Leo Mouse, archive recording), Yoko Maekawa (singing voice of Dorothy Mouse) and Etsuko Kozakura (Tuffy Mouse)
  4. Romantic Ageru Yo (ロマンティックあげるよ, Romantikku Ageru yo, I'll Give You Romance) (end credits song)
    • Japanese Version:
      • Lyrics by Takemi Yoshida
      • Music by Takeshi Ike
      • Arranged by Kōhei Tanaka
      • Performed by Ushio Hashimoto
  5. Dragon Ball (Gotta Find that Dragon Ball) (end credits credits)
    • Music and Lyrics by Peter Berring and Brian Griffith


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