Goku Action Figure – Son Goku (孫悟空 Son Gokū), the most prominent protagonist in the series, is immensely strong, pure of heart, and extremely competitive, but dedicated to defending his adopted home Earth from internal or external threats. Goku Action Figure First introduced as a young boy, Goku was originally conceived by creator Akira Toriyama as a variation of Sun Wukong, protagonist of the Chinese novel Journey to the West; wherefore Goku also sported a prehensile tail until later. Goku Action Figure Upon meeting Bulma at the beginning of the series, the two then embark on an adventure to gather the seven Dragon Balls. Goku Action Figure After, Goku receives martial arts training from Kame-Sennin, meeting his lifelong friend Kuririn and learning the famous Kamehameha technique, and enters the Tenka’ichi Budōkai to fight the strongest warriors on the planet. Goku Action Figure When the evil Piccolo Daimaō, and later his offspring Piccolo, tries to rule the world, Goku receives training from Earth’s deities to defeat them. Goku Action Figure
Though he appears human, it is later revealed that Goku is descended from an alien warrior race known as the Saiyans, who sent him, originally named Kakarrot, to Earth to prepare it for conquest.[ch. 197] Goku sacrifices his life to save the planet from his brother Raditz, Goku Action Figure but must quickly get stronger in the afterlife under the tutelage of Kaiō-sama, to save it from the other incoming Saiyans Nappa and Vegeta. He later becomes a Super Saiyan and defeats a powerful tyrant Frieza. This sets the tone of the rest of the series, with each enemy the characters face becoming stronger than the last, requiring them to attain further training. Goku Action Figure The last battle of the original manga, against Majin Buu, has the entire universe at stake, and as such, has Goku and friends being asked for help from the gods of the universe, the Kaiō-shin.
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