List of Gogeta Facts:
Gogeta is a fictional character from the Dragon Ball series.
He is a fusion of Goku and Vegeta using the Fusion Dance technique.
Gogeta made his first appearance in the Dragon Ball Z movie “Fusion Reborn”.
He later appeared in the Dragon Ball GT anime series and the Dragon Ball Super Broly movie.
Gogeta’s appearance is a combination of both Goku and Vegeta, with his hair being in the style of Vegeta’s and his facial features resembling Goku’s.
He wears the same outfit as Goku, but with the colors and symbols of Vegeta’s outfit.
Gogeta is known for his incredible power, speed, and agility.
He has access to both Goku’s and Vegeta’s abilities, such as the Kamehameha and the Galick Gun.
Gogeta has multiple transformations, including Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 2, and Super Saiyan 4.
In his Super Saiyan 4 form, Gogeta’s power is said to be on par with or even surpassing that of Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta’s fused form, Vegito.
Gogeta’s voice actor in the English dub of Dragon Ball Super Broly is Sean Schemmel.
In the original Japanese version of the movie, Gogeta’s voice is provided by Masako Nozawa, who also voices Goku and other characters in the series.
Gogeta’s signature move is the Stardust Breaker, which involves him charging up a large amount of energy and unleashing it in the form of a powerful blast.
He also uses the Big Bang Kamehameha, a combination of Vegeta’s Big Bang Attack and Goku’s Kamehameha.
Gogeta is considered to be one of the strongest characters in the Dragon Ball series.
He has defeated powerful villains such as Janemba and Broly.
Gogeta is a non-canon character in the Dragon Ball manga, as he only appears in the anime and movies.
In Dragon Ball Super Broly, Gogeta’s fusion only lasts for a brief period of time, as Goku and Vegeta have not practiced the Fusion Dance in years.
Gogeta’s appearance in Dragon Ball GT is different from his appearance in Dragon Ball Super Broly, as his hair is longer and his outfit is slightly different.
Gogeta’s personality is a combination of Goku’s carefree nature and Vegeta’s serious demeanor.
He is shown to be confident in his abilities and enjoys fighting strong opponents.
Gogeta’s fusion dance is a difficult technique to perform, requiring both Goku and Vegeta to synchronize their movements and power levels.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Gogeta is shown to have a new transformation called Super Saiyan Blue Kaio-ken, which combines the power of Super Saiyan Blue with the Kaio-ken technique.
Gogeta’s name is a combination of Goku and Vegeta’s names.
In the English dub of Dragon Ball Z, Gogeta’s name is pronounced as “Gojita”.
Gogeta’s fusion is considered to be a last resort technique, as it requires both Goku and Vegeta to be in close proximity and willing to cooperate.
In the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi video game series, Gogeta is a playable character.
Gogeta has a similar appearance to Gotenks, another fusion character from the Dragon Ball series.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Gogeta is shown to have a new technique called the Ultimate Kamehameha, which is a combination of the Ultimate Dragon Fist and Kamehameha.
Gogeta is known for his calm and collected personality in battle, rarely showing any signs of fear or anger.
In the Dragon Ball Super Broly movie, Gogeta is shown to have the ability to manipulate time in his Super Saiyan Blue form.
Gogeta’s design was heavily influenced by Akira Toriyama’s artwork, particularly his design for the Dragon Ball Z character Tapion.
Gogeta’s fusion dance requires both Goku and Vegeta to be at the same power level, making it difficult to perform if one of them is significantly stronger or weaker than the other.
Gogeta is one of the few characters in the Dragon Ball series to have defeated a villain with a single attack, using the Stardust Breaker to defeat Janemba in Fusion Reborn.
Gogeta’s appearance in Dragon Ball GT was inspired by the design of a fan-made character named Xicor, who was popular in the online Dragon Ball community.
Gogeta is one of the few characters in the Dragon Ball series to have achieved the Super Saiyan 4 transformation, which requires a Saiyan to have both a pure heart and a tail.
Gogeta’s Super Saiyan 4 form has red fur and his clothes become torn and tattered, giving him a more feral appearance.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Gogeta is shown to have the ability to use the Spirit Bomb, a powerful technique that gathers energy from all living things in the universe.
Gogeta’s personality is sometimes depicted as being more serious and business-like than Goku or Vegeta, possibly due to the fact that he is a fusion of the two.
Gogeta’s fusion dance is a technique that was invented by the Metamorans, a race of beings from a distant planet.
Gogeta’s Super Saiyan Blue form is considered to be the strongest form of the character, as it combines Goku and Vegeta’s most powerful transformations.
Gogeta’s appearance in Dragon Ball Super Broly was originally leaked in a toy catalog before the movie was released.
Gogeta’s fusion dance is not reversible, meaning that once the fusion is complete, Goku and Vegeta cannot separate until the time limit expires.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Gogeta is shown to have the ability to use the Fusion Dance without needing a partner, allowing him to fuse with other characters by himself.
Gogeta’s appearance in Dragon Ball Super Broly was redesigned by Naohiro Shintani, who also designed the movie’s animation style.
Gogeta’s signature pose is a hand gesture where he crosses his arms and forms an X-shape, which is a reference to the Fusion Dance technique.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Gogeta is shown to have a new technique called the Time-Skip Flash Bullet, which allows him to move at incredible speeds and dodge attacks.
Gogeta’s fusion dance has been parodied in various media, including in the anime series One Piece and the video game Fortnite.
Gogeta’s Stardust Breaker technique was inspired by the popular science fiction novel “Ringworld” by Larry Niven.
In Dragon Ball GT, Gogeta was able to defeat Omega Shenron, the most powerful villain in the series, with ease.