“Dragon Ball” is a very popular manga and anime series created by Akira Toriyama. Manga and anime are widely recognized and have fans not only in Japan but also in the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world.
One of the many reasons for the popularity of the series is the fierce battles between the main character, Son Goku, and the major enemies that stand in his way. In this issue, we will take a look back at the battles that have tormented Goku through the wicked words and actions of his enemies.
Of all the villains in the “Dragon Ball” series, Frieza is said to have tormented Goku the most. Frieza’s famous line is “This time, I’m going to break you into tiny pieces, just like that earthling.”
This line was uttered to Goku during the final battle on Namek Planet, and the “earthling” refers to Krillin, whom Frieza killed. Goku is furious that his best friend Krillin has been killed and is now being taunted, and says, “You mean Krillin?
This exchange was also broadcast in the anime version, with Ryusei Nakao as Frieza and Masako Nozawa as Goku. Many people shout “You mean Krillin?” when Nozawa imitates him. Frieza’s comment, which seriously angered Goku, had a far-reaching impact.
Cell is an artificial human from the future created by Dr. Gero’s computer. From his reptilian appearance, he grew and changed his form.
His fighting prowess was so high that many martial artists suffered, but it was his battle with Vegeta that gave birth to the famous line. Vegeta became “Super Vegeta” and was sure of victory, but when Cell obtained his perfect form, the tables turned. Cell stands tall, undaunted by Vegeta’s attacks.
Vegeta is impatient, but Cell says, “What’s the matter? What happened to your energy? Smile, Vegeta,” he says sarcastically. It is a line that condenses the horror of Cell. In the anime version, Cell is voiced by Norio Wakamoto, the voice of Anago-san from “Sazae-san” and other characters.