Goku's signature attack, the Kamehameha, is one of the most recognizable and well-loved moves in the Dragon Ball franchise. But Goku isn't its only user, and a simple blast isn't its only form. Actually, it's an incredibly versatile move that shows up again and again throughout the Dragon Ball world.
What are some of the best Kamehamehas in Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Super, and all the rest? One of the most noteworthy ones is the Father-Son Kamehameha, in which Gohan channels his father's energy to help him defeat Perfect Cell. There's also the original Kamehameha, which is the version Master Roshi took 50 years to perfect. Then there's the Final Kamehameha, a combination of Vegeta's Final Flash and Goku's most famous move.
Which of these Kamehamehas is your favorite?
The Original Kamehameha
The original Kamehameha was created by Master Roshi over the course of 50 years. Unlike some forms of the attack, which can be used instantly, this one requires some charging time.863103Awesome?
This move is a combined Kamehameha from Goku and his two sons, Gohan and Goten, after Goten uses the Dragon Balls to wish for his father's presence. It's used against Legendary Super Saiyan Broly.689105Awesome?
Final Kamehameha is a move that combines Goku's ultimate attack, the Kamehameha, with Vegeta's equally powerful Final Flash. It can be used after going Super Saiyan Blue, and has been used against Fused Zamasu while the two were fused into Vegito, and used without any sort of fusion, as they did during the Tournement of Power.627100Awesome?
Big Bang Kamehameha
When Vegeta and Goku fuse into Gogeta during Dragon Ball GT, they're able to combine Goku's Kamehameha with Vegeta's Big Bang technique. They use this against Omega Shenron. Unfortunately, this isn't enough to finish him off, and they lose their fusion before they can land another hit.656131Awesome?