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Dragon Ball Super liefert nach 6 Jahren neue Infos zu den geheimnisvollen EngelnDragon Ball Super (jap. ドラゴンボール 超 （ スーパー ）, Doragon Bōru Sūpā) ist eine Animeserie, die von Tōei Animation produziert wird. Die erste Folge wurde am 5. Juli ausgestrahlt. Sie ist der direkte Nachfolger zu Dragon Ball Z. Die Handlung spielt in der und Son Goku, die sich nach ihrem Training mit Whis in einen Super-Saiyajin. Während Son-Goku und Vegeta ihr Training fortsetzen, um Mit Beerus und Whis stellte uns Akira Toriyama in Dragon Ball Z: Kampf der. Figur 'Dragon Ball': Whis: pestcontrol-columbusoh.com: Spielzeug. Banpresto Dragon Ball Z Battle of The Gods DXF " Whis Figure · 4,4 von 5 Sternen 24 · ,19 €.
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But what exactly will this period of inactivity look like? This means that there's a possibility that Beerus wasn't the first God of Destruction in Universe 7, and if he wasn't, Whis might have worked with these previous deities.
The only question is, how many of them did Whis serve? But where does all his power come from? Does it merely come from being born an Angel, or did Whis have to work from the ground-up to get himself to where he is now?
Merus, on the other hand, is his younger brother. As far as the other 9 Angels, it's unclear which ones are older or younger.
It helps make the two of them a perfect pair for one another. They are constantly there to counterbalance each other, Whis always willing to step in should Beerus go too far.
Even with that, he's still a character no one knows an awful lot about , despite having been in Dragon Ball Super since the very beginning.
It's not so much that he's shrouded in mystery as there isn't a ton of history to dig into. That lack of backstory contributes to the few things that don't make a whole lot of sense about his character.
Everything about the final parts of Frieza's fight in Super made no real sense. It ruined what had been a fairly solid fight up to that point, stripping a well-earned victory from Vegeta.
Instead, there was a convoluted mess where Frieza tried to destroy the earth, and Whis decided to turn back time for reasons, leading to Goku stop the tyrant.
What doesn't make sense is why Whis would even do this in the first place considering how many countless planets he'd seen Beerus destroy in the past.
It isn't that the powers don't make sense, it's that nothing has truly been explained about them. He just seems capable of doing things, and everyone just goes along with it.
Understandably, an angel would have access to immense powers beyond what a mortal being could do, but the explanation needs to be more than just that.
You shouldn't be able to just handwave away his ability to turn back time or produce pocket dimensions. It's one of those things that Super struggles with throughout the series.
However, there are alternate methods of dissolving the fusion regardless of whoever the participants are, usually by forcing the fusees apart such as being magically split through a wish granted by Shenron.
Each participant must willingly consent to fuse in this manner and usually the pair agrees to the stronger of the two to serve their body as the host.
The agreed host places his hand over the chest of the other one and through unknown means, they merge with a blinding flash.
Only the body of the host remains in the aftermath, and the non-host is assimilated and ceases to exist as a body. The current incarnation of Piccolo is a notable example, having assimilated two other Namekian individuals into his very being.
Villainous characters like Cell and Majin Buu are also capable of forcibly absorbing other characters in order to acquire greater power by taking advantage of their unique physiology.
He is voiced by Osamu Saka in the Japanese version of the original series, by Kinpei Azusa in Bardock: The Father of Goku and by Shigeru Chiba in Dragon Ball Kai.
In the Funimation dub of the series, he is voiced by Christopher Sabat. He is portrayed by Randall Duk Kim in the American live-action film Dragonball Evolution ; his voice was dubbed by Hiroya Ishimaru in the Japanese version.
Grandpa Son Gohan briefly appears in the final chapter of Toriyama's manga series Jaco the Galactic Patrolman , which is set before Dragon Ball.
Later in the series it is revealed that Supreme Kai exist; they are themselves in charge of the Kai.
It is possible for an individual Kai to be promoted to the rank of the Supreme Kai after a period of training as an apprentice.
The North Kai of Universe 7, named King Kai in the English anime dub and as the Lord of the Northern Worlds in the Viz Media localization, trains Goku after his self-sacrifice to defeat Raditz, and eventually trains Yamcha, Tien Shinhan, Chiaotzu and Piccolo.
When Goku brings a self-destructing Cell to his planet, the explosion kills King Kai and Bubbles and destroys his planet. After the Saiyans were annexed by Frieza as a vassal state, he had no choice but to pledge allegiance to him, while at the same time retaining power over his own people as a vassal.
King Vegeta is killed by Frieza when he leads a rebellion against him and boards his spaceship to retrieve his son.
After his death, Frieza destroys his home planet and commits genocide of the entire Saiyan race. In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and in both the anime and manga versions of Dragon Ball Super , King Vegeta is seen in flashbacks depicting his encounter with Beerus during the latter's visit to Planet Vegeta.
Terry Klassen voices him in the Ocean dub, while Christopher Sabat voices him in the Funimation dub.
He is a deliveryman whom the God of Destruction Beerus recruits for the Tournament of Destroyers and is used as motivation for Goku to get stronger.
At the conclusion of the storyline, he inadvertently won the tournament on behalf of Universe 7 after Universe 6's Hit threw their fight.
He is voiced by Masami Kikuchi in the Japanese version of the series. In the Funimation English Dub, his voice is supplied by Daman Mills.
After the wish is granted the balls scatter across the planet, turn to stone and are useless for a year, meaning, during this year they can not be detected by Bulma's Dragon Radar.
In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Don Brown in the Ocean dub, and by Christopher Sabat in the Funimation dub.
Unlike Shenron, he can only bring a single person back to life at a time, but he can bring that person back multiple times which Shenron can not.
He is voiced by Christopher Sabat in the Funimation dub of the series. It is revealed that the Namekians took fragments of the Super Dragon Balls to create their own on Planet Namek.
Like the Kai whom they govern, all Supreme Kai hail from a race of naturally divine beings  While the Kai watch over the living world, the Supreme Kai watch over both the "Other World" the afterlife in the Dragon Ball series and the living world.
In Dragon Ball Super , it is revealed that Gods of Destruction exist and are equal in status to the Supreme Kai. The Dai Supreme Kai in particular was absorbed by Buu, who then takes a chubby form with an uncanny resemblance to the deity.
The Dai Supreme Kai's spirit would continue to manifest within Buu, his benign influence dulling the creature's destructive nature to an extent.
The sword is accidentally broken during Gohan's training, releasing an ancestor of the East Supreme Kai. He uses his power to increase Gohan's and his own life force to resurrect Goku, who made the decision to remain in the afterlife after his death by a self-destructing Cell.
In English the Supreme Kai is voiced by Kent Williams in Funimation's English dub, and by Michael Dobson in the Ocean Group dub.
Kibito is voiced by Shin Aomori, by Don Brown in the Ocean Group dub and by Chuck Huber in the Funimation dub. Tetsuya Iwanaga provides the voice for the Elder Kai's younger self in flashbacks.
In English he is voiced by Scott McNeil in the Ocean dub, by Steve Olson in the Blue Water dub, and by Kent Williams in the Funimation dubs. At some point in time in the past, Gowasu chose Zamasu, the North Kai of Universe 10, to be his successor based on his battle talent, a decision he would later regret as he chose an apprentice without noticing the potential for evil within him.
Unlike many of his peers from the other Universes, he does not resent Goku or view him as being disrespectful, as he is the only deity outside of Universe 6 and Universe 7 who actually knows him on a personal level.
Gowasu, along with his counterpart from Universe 7, traveled to an alternate future world where Zamasu has ravaged the world to assist Goku and his associates in dealing with his former apprentice.
During the Tournament of Power arc, Gowasu is shown recruiting team members to fight on behalf of Universe 10, as well as recording and uploading their exploits on a channel known as "GodTube".
In an alternate future timeline, Zamasu succeeds Gowasu as the ruling Supreme Kai of Universe 10 after he successfully assassinates the latter. Gowasu is voiced by Tetsuo Goto in the Japanese version and by Garrett Schenck in the Funimation dub.
Instead of conquering other planets, the Saiyans of Universe 6 tamed their desire to battle for good, and use their skills to protect the civilizations of their universe from danger and unrest.
Characters from this universe were the first outside of Universe 7 to be introduced upon the reveal of there being multiple other universes.
In the Tournament of Destroyers, Auta Magetta competed in a tournament against Universe 7. He fought Vegeta where his lava-spewing abilities started to heat up the ring.
After breaking the barrier, Vegeta recovered from the overheating and knocked Auta Megetta out of the ring. In the Tournament of Power, Auta Magetta assisted Frost in attacking Vegeta and Master Roshi.
Vegeta managed to knock him out of the ring after insulting him. In the Tournament of Destroyers, he faced off against Goku in the tournament against Universe 7.
Goku had a hard time landing a blow on Botamo until he grabbed him by the arm and threw him out of the ring.
In the Tournament of Power, Botamo faced off against Gohan. The punches from Gohan started to lift Botamo off the ground until it was enough for Gohan to use the Kamehameha to blast Botamo out of the ring.
Botamo is voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in the Japanese version and by Cris George in the Funimation dub.
Planet Sadala is also the original homeworld of the Saiyans of Universe 7, but according to Vegeta , it has been destroyed by internal discord long ago and no longer exists.
Unlike the arrogant and savage nature exhibited by the vast majority of Saiyans from Universe 7, Cabba is presented as a good-natured and humble individual who speaks respectfully to everyone and sees himself as a protector of the weak.
As one of Universe 6's strongest warriors, he is recruited to join Champa's team during the Tournament of Destroyers. Cabba bonds with Vegeta following the events of the tournament and looks up to him as a mentor, in spite of the fact that they fight for opposing teams.
He is voiced by Daisuke Kishio in the Japanese version of the series. In the Funimation English Dub, his voice is supplied by Clifford Chapin.
Brash and headstrong, she is the leader of a group of Saiyan punks. She shows a strong contrast to the rest of her people, acting more akin to the Universe 7 Saiyans who are known for being naturally aggressive and prideful.
She also displays a love for getting stronger, which is evident after she heard from her Universe 7 counterparts about various advanced, more powerful forms a Saiyan could attain.
Caulifla is voiced by Yuka Komatsu in the Japanese version and by Elizabeth Maxwell in the Funimation dub.
He has a long-running rivalry with Beerus, and the brothers often bicker or engage in acts of one-upmanship like food contests and proxy wars.
During the Universe 6 Saga , Champa holds a fighting tournament known as the Tournament of Destroyers; he forms a team by gathering the strongest warriors from Universe 6 to challenge Universe 7, which consists of Hit , Cabba , Frost , Botamo , and Auta Magetta.
Champa is voiced by Mitsuo Iwata in the Japanese version of the series. In the Funimation bub, his voice is supplied by Jason Liebrecht. He is first introduced in Dragon Ball Super as a competitor for his universe during the Tournament of Destroyers.
Unlike Frieza, he is apparently perceived in a positive light by the majority of his subjects in Universe 6. Frost's characterization differs between the manga and anime adaptions of Dragon Ball Super , being a malevolent being not unlike Frieza in the anime, while on the other hand the manga version of the character is simply amoral and unsportsmanlike.
In the anime, Frost faces off against Goku, Piccolo and Vegeta in successive rounds in the tournament and defeats Goku and Piccolo by cheating and using his secret poison; Goku is allowed to return to the tournament after this is revealed and Frost is defeated by Vegeta.
He is eventually exposed as a devious manipulator who feigns benevolence as a facade, and is in fact a space pirate and planet broker who discreetly profits from warmongering activities in his universe.
In the manga, there is no mention of Frost being involved in criminal activities nor any indication of him being evil, and he appears to have a genuinely pleasant personality.
He is indifferent to accusations of being a dirty fighter for using his poisonous stingers, as the tournament offers no prize money and the battles are ultimately pointless according to his perspective.
In the Funimation English Dub, his voice is supplied by Greg Ayres. Over a millennium old, he is the strongest member of his universe's team during the Tournament of Destroyers.
In Japanese, Hit is voiced by Kazuhiro Yamaji. In the English dub, he is voiced Aaron Roberts in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and by Matthew Mercer in all subsequent appearances.
Unlike most Saiyans who are assertive or at least strong-willed, Kale is by nature a very meek and timid individual.
Her greatest desire is to fight alongside Caulifla as equals; her devotion to Caulifla have also become a strong trigger for her in battle.
Much like Broly from Universe 7, she is the latest Legendary Saiyan of her universe, a demonic warrior who appears once every years.
When accessing her Super Saiyan powers, Kale's personality becomes a polar opposite; shifting through emotions while in her berserker state, she would become excessively violent and savage, showing no mercy to anyone who stands in her way.
In Dragon Ball Super , she is first seen accompanying Champa while searching for the Super Dragon Balls; they are successful in obtaining six of the seven Super Dragon Balls prior to the Tournament of Destroyers.
Vados openly displays concern with Champa's physique and health problems and often teases him for being overweight, blaming his weight issues as the cause of his low stamina and his difficulty in keeping up with her training.
She is also shown to be polite and respectful, even when addressing lesser beings or those who are not from her universe such as Goku.
Vados is voiced by Yuriko Yamaguchi in the Japanese version. In the English version, Vados is voiced by Caitlin Glass in the Funimation English dub and by Wendee Lee and Tamara Ryan in the Bang Zoom!
Universe 11 is linked with Universe 2 as twin universes. He dislikes evil and is proud of the Pride Troopers' work. Toppo is his candidate for God of Destruction when Belmod retires.
He is usually accompanied by his attendant and martial arts teacher Marcarita. Belmod is voiced by Masami Kikuchi in the Japanese version and by Markus Lloyd in the Funimation dub.
In the Tournament of Power, he used his own super-speed when fighting Hit before retreating. During his fight with Frieza, Dyspo also fought against Gohan who sacrificed himself to get Dyspo out of the ring.
Dyspo is voiced by Bin Shimada in the Japanese version and by Christopher Dontrell Piper in the Funimation dub. His quiet, stoic demeanor is a glimpse of his solitary nature; he is haunted by his past losses and desperately tries to undo it all by forging his own path of justice.
While fighting for justice, he has no loyalty to anyone beyond himself, believing that trusting in others will ultimately backfire.
Jiren is very proud of his strength and refuses to accept the help of his comrades even in dire moments where he is under severe pressure from his opponents.
A hot-blooded yet humble fighter who passionately believes in the concept of justice, Toppo is a candidate to become Universe 11's next God of Destruction, being the second most powerful mortal within his home universe after his comrade Jiren.
His commitment to pursuing justice is further seen from his tendency to name his techniques as an extension of justice, such as the Justice Flash. Depicted as a childlike humanoid figure, Zeno ranks above all other mortals and gods in the series and has the power to erase entire universes from existence at will.
He is served by a pair of identical-looking attendants and is advised by Grand Minister. First appearing during the aftermath of the Tournament of Destroyers between Universes 6 and 7, Zeno is treated with utmost reverence and fear by the other gods and mortals.
Part of the caution others have around Zeno comes from the fact that he acts and behaves like a child, destroying entire planets and universes out of amusement or dismay.
Since the "Future" Trunks Saga , there are two coequal Zenos. He is the father of all twelve Angels in the multiverse.
The Grand Minister's principal tasks are to implement Zeno's decrees and welcome guests to his palace. During the Zeno Expo and the Tournament of Power, the Grand Minister served as the referee.
The character is voiced by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version and by Josh Grelle in the Funimation dub. The manga's anime and film adaptations feature some original characters not created by Toriyama but by Toei Animation staff; the vast majority of the film adaptations in particular exist in their own unique continuities which branch off from the anime television series at various points, hence original characters introduced in the films are usually unknown to the characters in either or both of the official anime and manga series continuities.
Garlic Jr. His father was imprisoned by Kami in the realm of darkness, leaving Garlic Jr. He manages to obtain the seven Dragon Balls, wish for immortality, and begin his quest for revenge.
He is defeated when faced with an angry Gohan, who pushes Garlic Jr. In the original Japanese versions, Garlic Jr. He is voiced by Don Brown in the Ocean dub of the film, while Chuck Huber voices Garlic Jr.
In the film, Garlic Jr. They accompany him to kidnap Gohan, and attack and defeat Piccolo before fighting him again alongside Goku.
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Dragon Ball Super would have Dsypo, one of the fastest warriors from Universe 11, reveal that he was similarly fast enough to anticipate Goku's movements while he used Instant Transmission, setting a precedent that Whis -- Dyspo's apparent superior, given his divine status -- is able to do the same and move out of Gogeta's way in the Dragon Ball Super movie.
Ultra Instinct is a divine combat transformation perfected by the angels that allows them to completely check out mentally and react to the world around them on an intuitive level, even in the heat of battle.
However, with Whis recently revealing he is one of the most advanced users of Ultra Instinct in the entire Dragon Ball Multiverse, it would be a cinch for him to anticipate and evade people traveling via Instant Transmission, including Gogeta in his base state.
The true limits of Whis' powers and abilities have yet to be fully showcased, with the character not yet seen visibly straining himself.Star Wars Hörspiel Kishio. Die Handlung beginnt vier Jahre nach dem Sieg über Boo. Die Premiere des Filmes fand am Der erste Kämpfer, neben den dreien die im Schaukampf vertreten waren, soll natürlich Vegeta sein.