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Cell Island Destroyer
Super Big Bang Crash
スーパービックバンクラッシュ Sūpābikkubankurasshu
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 376
Anime Debut DBZ154
Game Debut Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2
Data
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Continuous type
Class Offensive
Range Long range
Other
Parent Big Bang Crash
Related technique(s)
Users

The Super Big Bang Crash is a quantitatively heightened version of the Big Bang Crash.[1]

Usage[]

Cell invented this technique through his genetic pool that allows him to replicate any of the Dragon Team's cells. Cell fires several Big Bang Crashes in a continuous fashion bombarding a target in several locations making the attack unpredictable. The Kikōha are fired as red streams forming into giant spheres.

The capability of its destructive power is akin to its parent source the Big Bang Crash that can easily destroy islands, due to its quantitative differences it can destroy an entire archipelago. Cell uses this in haste to find the No. 18.

Trivia[]

  • While this technique wasn't named in the manga and anime, it was named in Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.

References[]

  1. Dragon Ball Z episode 154
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