|Super God Flash Attack|
|Games||Super God Shock Flash
|Movie Debut||Movie 19|
|Game Debut||Dragon Ball XenoVerse|
|Type||Physical Martial Arts Technique|
The Super God Flash Attack is a powerful counter technique created and employed by Son Gokū, making it one of his few original techniques shown in the series. To utilize the technique, Gokū is first seen enduring a physical blow from the enemy. He then responds by placing his fingertips to their chest, before closing his hand and flexing his muscles, creating a powerful punch. The force of the blow is great, causing even Golden Freeza to gasp in pain.
- While this technique wasn't named in the movie, it was named in Dragon Ball XenoVerse.
- This technique is based on the One-inch punch, a technique created and employed by Bruce Lee. It is among one of several real-life techniques used in the Dragon Ball series.
- Despite being a technique that only seems to push the opponent back slightly while causing immense pain, the Super God Flash Attack in Dragon Ball XenoVerse sends the opponent hurtling back instead.
- This technique did not appear in the Revival of 'F' arc adaptation in the anime; instead, Gokū responded with a solid punch to Freeza's forehead, rather than the one-inch punch of the Super God Flash Attack.