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Angry Kamehameha
怒りのかめはめ波 Ikari no Kamehameha
Games Breaker Energy Wave[1]
Super Dragon Shot (超龍撃弾, Chōryūgekidan; English "Super Shot")[2]
First Appearance
Manga Debut Volume 28, Chapter 327
Anime Debut DBZ105
Movie Debut Movie 19
Game Debut Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Concentration Type
Class Offensive
Range Long range
Related technique(s)

The Angry Kamehameha is a variation of the Super Kamehameha used by Son Gokū in his Super Saiyan form.


The Angry Kamehameha differs from the traditional usage of the Kamehameha in that Gokū charges and releases the blast with only a single hand, and does the technique without the incantation. The Angry Kamehameha was one of Gokū's strongest techniques at the time of its usage, and was able to utterly destroy Freeza's own ultimate technique.[3] It was, however, not enough to kill Freeza, as the tyrant would survive even the destruction of Namekku in his bid for revenge against Son Gokū.

In Other Media

Video Games


The Angry Kamehameha in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The Angry Kamehameha appears in multiple video games. It was first named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series of video games. In Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2, it was named Breaker Energy Wave, and can only be used when the opponent is near-death. In Dragon Ball FighterZ, should Gokū fight Freeza on Namekku and win, Gokū uses this technique to counter Freeza's Last Emperor, securing his win.


  • While differently-colored variations of the Kamehameha exist, this is the only variation of the blast used by Son Gokū that is not blue within the original Dragon Ball Z series. It is, however, blue in some video games.
  • Despite only being used once within the series to finish of Freeza, Super Saiyan Gokū uses this technique numerous times within the video games, almost as a signature finishing move.


  1. Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2
  2. Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2
  3. Dragon Ball chapter 327
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