Published August 19, 2022 Bobby Houston
The Dragon Ball series as a whole has seen its fair share of death and resurrection thanks to the seven mysterious dragon balls that can bring anyone back from the afterlife. It’s a concept that the series prides itself on and the characters who bite the bullet rarely stay that way, however, others are not so lucky.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes sees the return of Goku’s old foes, the Red Ribbon Army, and there are few casualties by the time the credits roll. We’ll break down who dies in DBS: Super Heroes and how likely they are to return. Be careful though, if you’re trying to avoid spoilers I’ll tell you what this place is NOT – SAFE. is below Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero . everything we know about the person who died,
Who dies in Dragon Ball Super: Superhero?
Body Count in Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes consists mostly of key members of the newly reformed Red Ribbon Army. Despite a very close call to Piccolo, the Jade Warriors manage to survive their latest fight and survive to fight another day. Below are three characters who have been sent to another world by the end of the film.
magentaImage Source: Toei Animations
Magenta is the son of Goku’s old foe Commander Raid and is arguably the main antagonist of the film. Magenta spends much of the film seeking revenge against Goku and his family, specifically targeting his son, Gohan.
As Magenta hires Dr. Gero’s grandson, Dr. Hedo—Gohan’s arch-nemesis, to build a new and deadly version of Cell. When the Red Ribbon Army is overwhelmed by the combined forces of Gohan and Piccolo, Magenta decides to risk activating the new ‘Cell Max’ androids early.
Dr. Haido, recognizing the danger posed by Cell Max, attempts to stop Magenta and is forced to kill him with the venomous sting of his robotic mosquito, Hachimaru. Magenta herself feels like a one-of-a-kind villain and isn’t much of a physical threat to the Jade Warriors, so it’s unlikely we’ll see her again. The Red Ribbon Army has some of the deadliest foes of the Z Warriors though, so it’s likely we’ll see them again under new leadership.
gamma 2Image Source: Toei Animations
Gamma 2 is one of the androids created by Dr. Haddo and portrayed as a superhero to the masses along with his twin Gamma 1.
Throughout the film, Gamma 2 has a rivalry with Piccolo, before eventually learning that he has been manipulated by the Red Ribbon Army. Gamma 2 Cell joins the Jade Warriors in the final battle against Max, but sacrifices himself in a heroic move that sever the furious android’s arm.
As a result of using up all its energy in the attack, Gamma 2’s body fades, but we bet this isn’t the last we’ve seen of an android. Dr. Haddo is hired by Capsule Corp at the end of the film, which means he will have the resources to rebuild Gamma 2.
Cell MaxImage Source: Toei Animations
Cell’s furious and monstrous kaiju clone is the ultimate villain in Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes and pushes the Z Warriors to their limits.
This version of the cell comes with a failsafe, although Dr. Haddo applied a weak spot in his head in case it ever got out of control. Despite being weakened by the combined efforts of Gamma 2 and Gotenx, Cell Max is still able to outwit the Z Warriors and ruthlessly defeat Piccolo.
Seeing his master at death’s door awakens a new power in Gohan, allowing him to turn the tables against Cell Max. Gohan is able to finish off Sail Max with a well-placed special beam cannon mounted on the head. Cell Max’s body is completely wiped out and without regeneration abilities, it’s unlikely we’ll see Cell Max again. However, a perfect version of the Sail Max could be a fun concept to explore in the future.
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