Dragon Ball Z

Season 9 Episode 12

Ghosts from Tomorrow

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Nov 07, 2000 on Cartoon Network
8.9
out of 10
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39 votes
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Ghosts from Tomorrow
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The fight between Trunks and Cell rages on. Time travel and various power-ups have led both of them to this moment. Their future begins to become a matter for discussion between them, as memories come to the surface. Naturally, though, they have vastly different viewpoints on the subject. Between these children of the future, merely defeating the other is not the issue. They know full well what may lie ahead following their fight – the salvation or destruction of Earth.moreless

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  • Epic. One word sums it all

    10
    This fight is another Trunks show in his Ultra Super Saiyan form to combat the Perfect Cell. Various incidence has occurred as a result of the time machine and travel divergence and now, Trunks is the only hero, the only hope to settle as is the Perfect Cell. The future world of Trunks were ruined by the Androids but now, he is hell bent to prevent the tragedy strike once again as goes to Perfect Cell's various struggles to achieve the long awaited completion. As expected, the entire episode is fantastic with solid animations and epic musical score as well as impressive voice acting. The flash backs serve as a base to relate to the current plot and both Trunks and Cell's fights stands above all as the animators have injected their souls into the show. Epic is probably the only word to describe since how much the dialogues had their importance in this episode whereby Future Trunks arrival to the past to prevent the world from certain disaster but unexpectedly leading to another terrible perfect villain resulting in their final confrantations in this episode. As usual, everything that I mentioned were best in the Jap Version complete without flaws which are mostly attributed by the Eng Versionmoreless
  • Best episode of the Perfect Cell Saga

    8.1
    As Trunks powers up to fight Cell, his mind wanders back to his time and he tell's Cell of the destruction the Androids caused his time. We get to see the death of Vegeta, Piccolo and Krillian at the hands of the Androids. Gohan and Trunks take on the Androids and Gohan is killed.



    Cell reveals how Dr Gero talked to him as he grew and trained him to become the sadistic fighter he is today. We trace back through Cell's first days where he traces the destruction of the Androids but later finds they were deactiveated. The reason he has traveled back to the present time.



    A very informative episode and like I said easy the best of the Perfect Cell Saga.moreless
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    8.9
    As apocalyptic visions haunt his mind, Trunks vows to stop his horrible future from repeating itself. But Cell remembers those dark days in a different light, and can't wait for history to follow its course. It's all up for grabs as the two warriors prepare for battle. Only one future will survive. Whose will it be?



    An emotional episode dont know how it got 7.7 i liked it. I guess its scarce amount of action was why it got this mark but i thought its a good onemoreless
  • No redeeming value at all.

    4.0
    Trunks remembers his past when Androids 18 and 17 demolished his planets. The Z Warriors were falling quickly, one by one until it was only Trunks and Gohan left. But Gohan perished. Cell also remembers his past, when he was just a larva, tracking down the androids and finding his place in the current timespace. Trunks and Cell intiate their fight once again.



    Showing us a past that we basically already know, and much more...with extreme nonsense. Other than those two nonsensical flashbacks, there's nothing else left in this episode other than some fighting between Trunks and Cell, which really aren't worth watching in the first place since it's your generic flashing fists with no substance.moreless
Teryl Rothery

Teryl Rothery

Additional Voices

Dave Ward

Dave Ward

King Kai (1996-1998)

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Additional Voices (1996)

Kirby Morrow

Kirby Morrow

Goku

Maggie Blue O'Hara

Maggie Blue O'Hara

Bulma

Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

Piccolo/Nappa/Jeice (1996-1998)

Stephanie Nadolny

Stephanie Nadolny

Young Gohan (1999-2000)/Additional Voices (2001-)

Recurring Role

Laura Bailey

Laura Bailey

Kid Trunks (2001-)

Recurring Role

Dameon Clarke

Dameon Clarke

Cell/Adult Gohan/Killa/South Kai/Bora

Recurring Role

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