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Trunks


 

Alternative names:

Super Saiyan Future Trunks
トランクス

Tags:

Human, Saiyajin, Half-breed, Martial Artist, Muscular, Time Traveler, Adult

Information:

Gender: Male
Age: 1
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Lilac
Hair length: To Ears
Race: Half-Human, Half-Saiyan
Birth Year: 766 Age
Height (Future Trunks): 170 cm (5'6'')
Height (Kid Trunks): 129 cm (4'2'')
Weight (Future Trunks): 60 kg (132 lbs)
Weight (Kid Trunks): 30 kg (66 lbs)
Hobby (Future Trunks): Tinkering with Machines
Hobby (Kid Trunks): Video Games
Favorite food (Future Trunks): Convenience Store Bento
Favorite food (Kid Trunks): Barbecued Meat
Favorite vehicle (Future Trunks): Time Machine
Favorite Vehicle (Kid Trunks): Sports Air Car
Trunks is the son of Bulma and Vegeta. Half Saiyajin and half human, just like Gohan and Goten. Trunks was surrounded by a scientific environment. Having his mother and grandfather as scientists, Trunks became very intelligent at science. In the future, Trunks was battling the Jinzoningen, but they were too strong, Bulma had completed a time machine and sent Trunks back to help Goku and Gohan fight. Another version of Trunks is the child version. In most of the Dragonball Z series, Trunks and Goten fight side by side and they are in the Brolly story and in movie 12 as well. They are in others too. Trunks is famous for killing Freeza by slicing him in half. This was Trunks' first appearance on the show.
He was also one of the stars in the third and final animated Dragonball series, Dragonball GT (which wasn't based on Toriyama's manga). Dragonball GT was about the journey around space that Trunks, Goku, and Pan had traveled in search of the Black Star dragonballs.
In Dragon Ball Online (which takes place 216 years after the end of Dragon Ball Z, and unlike DBGT, Akira Toriyama had a lot of creative control over the story) it's stated that Present Day Trunks and Goten had founded the Kikoukenjutsu Sword School in 805 Age. As for Future Trunks, he takes the role of "Time Patrol" and transports players to certain points in time.
In Cross Epoch, the Dragon Ball and One Piece Crossover one-shot, Trunks is seen with horns and is a crew member aboard Captain Vegeta's airship.
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Related anime:

Dragon Ball Z TV, 1989
Dragon Ball Z Movie 7: Super Android 13 Movie, 1992
Dragon Ball Z: Atsumare! Goku World OVA, 1992
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13 Movie, 1992
Dragon Ball Z Movie 07: Kyokugen Battle!! Sandai Super Saiyajin Movie, 1992
Dragon Ball Z Movie 8: The Legendary Super Saiyan Movie, 1993
Dragon Ball Z Movie 9: Bojack Unbound Movie, 1993
Dragon Ball Z: Broly, the Legendary Super Saiyan Movie, 1993
Dragon Ball Z Movie 08: Moetsukiro!! Nessen - Ressen - Chou Gekisen Movie, 1993
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound Movie, 1993
Dragon Ball Z: Gaiden - Saiya-jin Zetsumetsu Keikaku OVA, 1993
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks TV-Special, 1993
Dragon Ball Z Movie 11: Super Senshi Gekiha!! Katsu no wa Ore da Movie, 1994
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming Movie, 1994
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon Movie, 1995
Dragon Ball Z Movie 12: Fukkatsu no Fusion!! Goku to Vegeta Movie, 1995
Dragon Ball Z Movie 13: Ryuuken Bakuhatsu!! Goku ga Yaraneba Dare ga Yaru Movie, 1995
Dragon Ball GT TV, 1996
Dragon Ball: Ossu! Kaette Kita Son Gokuu to Nakama-tachi!! Special, 2008
Dragon Ball Z Kai TV, 2009
Dragon Ball: Super Saiya-jin Zetsumetsu Keikaku OVA, 2010
Dragon Ball Z Kai: Peace For the Future! The Spirit of Goku is Forever! Bonus, 2011
Dragon Ball Z Movie 14: Battle of Gods Movie, 2013
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Movie, 2013
Dragon Ball Kai (2014) TV, 2014
Dragon Ball Z Movie 15: Fukkatsu no F Movie, 2015

Related manga:

Dragon Ball Manga, 1984
Cross Epoch Manga, 2006
Dragon Ball: Heya! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! Manga, 2009
Dragon Ball SD Manga, 2010

Voice actors:

Hiromi Tsuru, Japanese
Stephanie Nadolny, English
Takeshi Kusao, Japanese
Laura Bailey, English
Eric Vale, English
Cathy Weseluck, English
Massimiliano Alto, Italian
Simone D'Andrea, Italian
Matthew Erickson, English
Alistair Abell, English
Marcelo Campos, Brazilian
Brigitte Lecordier, French
Mark Lesser, French
Sebastian Schulz, German
Patricia Drake, English
Péter Szokol, Hungarian
William Coryn, French
Claude Chantal, French
Orli Katan, Hebrew
Won Hyeong Choi, Korean
Chae Eon Han, Korean
Liron Lev, Hebrew
Paola Majano, Italian
Antoine Nouel, French
Gaby Willer, Spanish
Bea Tober, German
Diego Marques, Brazilian