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Black Kamehameha
ブラックかめはめ Burakku Kamehameha
Games Super Black Kamehameha (超ブラックかめはめ, Chō Burakku Kamehameha)[1]
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 15 (Super)
Anime Debut DBS048
Game Debut Dragon Ball Heroes
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Basic type
Class Offensive
Range Long range
Parent Kamehameha
Derived technique(s)
Related technique(s)
Non-canon Users
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The Black Kamehameha is a variant of the Kamehameha technique used by Gokū Black.


After gathering a sufficient amount of ki the technique it forms into a sphere creating two revolving pillars of light. The attack is then unleashed with an enormous amount of ki akin to the Super Kamehameha. This technique has enough power to reduce entire cities to rubble.[2]

In Other Media[]

The Black Kamehameha made its debut in Dragon Ball Heroes. Notably, this move isn't considered a "Kamehameha" in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2. The Super Soul "I ain't losin'! Here's my full power!" does not boost the technique in any manner, nor does the Super Soul "Haaaaaaaaaah!" negate it.


  • The technique was not named in the anime or the manga, but was named in Dragon Ball Dokkan Battle
  • Despite being colored black in the anime, the manga adaptation of Super, as well as the video game Dragon Ball Heroes, the Super Black Kamehameha colored as a regular Kamehameha.


  1. Dragon Ball Heroes
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 49