This is a subpage for each of Gokū's other appearances in other medias.
Dragon Ball: The Legend of Shenron
Dragon Ball: The Sleeping Princess in the Devil's Castle
Dragon Ball: The Great Mystical Adventure
Dragon Ball Z: Return My Gohan!!
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Guy
Dragon Ball Z: A Super Decisive Battle for Earth
Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiyan Son Gokū
Dragon Ball Z: The Incredible Strongest versus Strongest
Dragon Ball Z: Clash!! 10 Billion Powerful Warriors
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Battle!! The Three Great Super Saiyans
Dragon Ball Z: Burn Up!! A Red-Hot, Raging, Super-Fierce Fight
Dragon Ball Z: The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy
A dead Gokū spends his time with North Kaio watching the tournament unfold and looking forward to some matches while playing card games with Bubbles and Gregory. Gokū remains most of the time on the sidelines in the Afterlife until Bojack tortures his son Gohan, endangering the kids life, he uses the Instantaneous Movement from the Afterlife to transport himself to the living word, catching Bojack off guard and momentarily knocking him out and saving Gohan. Before returning to the Afterlife Gokū gives some final words to his son encouriging him to use his power to protect Earth.
Dragon Ball Z: The Dangerous Duo! Super Warriors Never Rest
Dragon Ball Z: Super Warrior Defeat!! I'm the One Who'll Win
Dragon Ball Z: The Rebirth of Fusion!! Gokū and Vegeta
Dragon Ball Z: Ryūken Explosion!! If Gokū Can't Do It, Who Will?
Dragon Ball: The Path to Ultimate Strength
Dragon Ball GT
Main article: Dragon Ball GT
Note: The following contents are "C-Canon". Please read Canon policy for further information.
Ultimate Dragon Balls Arc
Super Baby Arc
Super No. 17 Arc
Evil Dragons Arc
Concludes "C-Canon" section.
A Lonesome, Final Battle - The Father of Z Warrior Son Gokū, who Challenged Freeza
Defiance in the Face of Despair!! The Remaining Super Warriors – Gohan and Trunks
In Trunk´s timeline Gokū dies by a heart disease that he caught on Namek.
We'll Show You Everything: Forget the Year's Cares with Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z Side-Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans
Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans
Dragon Ball SD
Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission
Dream 9 Toriko & One Piece & Dragon Ball Z Super Collaboration Special!!
Somewhere around the world Mark gathers the dragon balls and summons Shenron, he wishes to be become a king as well as for an island full of sweat candies, cakes, teas and lots of edible stuffs.
Gokū while flying around an island come across Luffy, both men were heading torwards a tea party that was being held on the island that Mark´s wish created. On their fly Gokū and Luffy are ambushed by both Emperor Pilaf and Buggy the Clown and their minions with their giant ballon fish shaped airship, Gokū uses his Kamehameha and Luffy his Gum-Gum Bazooka to destroy it, revealing the vehicle true tiny size, in fear the villans run away from them.
The following day the wish was made Gokū and Luffy finally arrive at the party, where all their friends were waiting for them.
Dragon Ball Heroes
A Xeno version of Son Gokū debuts in Dragon Ball Heroes. He bears the same physical appearance, down to the complexion, innocent face, and the trademark spiky hair he inherited from Bardock. However, unlike the original, this Gokū adopts a new gi, consisting of a black, skintight shirt that reaches his neck — resembling Gokū Black — black gi pants, and black shoes with blue wrappings. He also wears matching blue armbands. Over his main outfit is a redd overcoat. Additionally, the Saiyan wears his Nyoibō, concealed this time in a yellow encasement, and wears a satchel of Senzu at his side. This version of Gokū is allied with the Time Patrol, and fought Demigra alongside Beat, Trunks, and the others.
Dragon Ball: Online
A live action version of Son Gokū debuts in Dragonball Evolution. However, outside sharing the same name this version of Gokū has completely different background and origin, most prominently him being a high school student not very interested in martial arts training as well as any trace of his Saiyan origin being non existent and replaced by him being a monstrous minion of the demon Piccolo.
Notes & References
- ↑ Dragon Ball Minus, page 9 and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman, page 216 confirmed to have been sent to Earth as age 3 in Dragon Ball Minus; Bulma was 5 at the time. Bulma, who is 16 when the series starts, is therefore two years older than Gokū.
- ↑ (Harmony Gold dub)
- ↑ (Child)
- ↑ (Teen, Adult)
- ↑ (Child - Kai)
- ↑ (Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout)
- ↑ In the original manga, Gokū only knows the technique in theory and has never used it with anyone, merely teaching it to Goten and Trunks. Only in the movies and Dragon Ball GT did Gokū use the technique himself.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 2: Story Guide, page 134
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 3: TV Animation Part 1, pages 124-125
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 4: World Guide, page 41
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 5: TV Animation Part 2, page 108
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 6: Movies & TV Specials, page 188
- ↑ Dragon Ball Daizenshū 7: Dragon Ball Large Encyclopedia, page 79
- ↑ Dragon Ball Supplemental Daizenshū: TV Animation Part 3 , pages 114-116
- ↑ Dragon Ball Volume "F", page 10
- ↑ Super Exciting Guide Character Guide, page 10
- ↑ Dragon Ball Minus title page
- ↑ Dragon Ball Minus, page 16
- ↑ Dragon Ball chapter 280, page 2
- ↑ Dragon Ball chapter 307, page 13
- ↑ Dragon Ball chapter 510
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super episode 100
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 Daizenshū 7
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 Dragon Ball Super Exciting Guide: Character Volume