"It's been so long... Since I've snapped someone's neck!"
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Biography
- 4 Film appearances
- 5 Appearances in other media
- 6 Power
- 7 Techniques and Special Abilities
- 8 Forms and Power-Ups
- 9 Video Game Appearances
- 10 Voice Actors
- 11 Battles
- 12 List of Characters Killed by Bojack
- 13 Trivia
- 14 Gallery
- 15 See also
- 16 References
- 17 Site Navigation
Bojack is depicted as having a muscular build and resembles something of a gypsy-pirate. His skin is colored teal, his long hair is orange and he has a long scar scaling his face. Bojack has a maximum-power transformation which renders his skin chartreuse, his hair red and his muscle mass increased over the top. His outfit is also shredded by the transformation.
In the Universe Creation Saga, Bojack's appearance is significantly different. His hair appears spikier than before (similar in style to a Super Saiyan 3), and instead of his black band hat, he wears a thick headband. In addition, he wears a dark blue long coat and brown pants, all with golden buckles. He has an x-shaped scar on his torso as well as an additional horizontal scar across his nose.
Bojack is shown to have a bloodthirsty personality, as he mentions upon revealing himself to Gohan that it has been a long time since he "snapped someone's neck." He is also known to have little to no loyalty to his own comrades, as evidenced when he killed Zangya, using her as a smokescreen for a sneak-attack on Gohan, due to her being between him and Gohan. He is also shown to be quite arrogant, as he firmly believes that he can defeat Gohan, and is prone to getting very angry when it becomes apparent that he is having difficulty fighting against Gohan. According to King Kai, he has an insatiable appetite for genocide, and Goku also compared Bojack's overall character to that of King Piccolo.
In Super Dragon Ball Heroes, he seems to hold a grudge against Goku and Gohan for their roles in his near-defeat before being saved by Fu, stating his intentions to eviscerate Goku and for Gohan to follow. This has extended to other Saiyans as well, as Bojack attacks Turles during the gathering of Fu's Universe Creation Planners after the latter confirms he is a Saiyan warrior.
Bojack appears to have an appreciation for the planet's architecture, as he comments on Earth's beauty and decides to make said planet his kingdom to rule, before conquering the rest of the Galaxy.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, he is shown to be proud of his race and even claims that the power of the Saiyans is nothing compared to the "almighty Race of Hera" when speaking to a Saiyan Future Warrior. Bojack also harbors a vengeful side to him, as he tells the Future Warrior that he has a score to settle with Gohan if they complete his training - if the Future Warrior speaks to him, while having Gohan (and Videl) as their instructor, he will tell them that he wants to have a word with the half-Saiyan. He is shown to treat those that serve under him somewhat harshly belittling the Future Warrior at various points, though he tends to treat them better when they do well or prove themselves capable though his verbal abuse is still present indicating that he tends to rule by intimation and harsh words to keep his Galaxy Soldiers in line, which fits with his murder of Zangya whom he apparently killed for her show of cowardice (not unlike Frieza who is also known to be very unforgiving of cowardice).
"This city's leader is the Supreme Kai of Time, right? To think that the one to foil my plans this time around would be another one of those bothersome Kais..."
— Bojack on Chronoa and the Kais Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Due to his Bojack's past history with the four Kais, he is shown to find them and Supreme Kai of Time Chronoa to be bothersome. However, it does not stop him from knowingly work as an Instructor at the Patroller Academy and is aware that the Time Patrol is lead by Future Trunks though considers him to be a weakling and assumes he is a poor leader, unaware Trunks has increased in strength since they last fought. If the Future Warrior is a Saiyan after completing his training he will wonder if they might have an Earthling parent like Gohan whom he knows had an Earthling mother, presumably attributing Gohan's strength to his hybrid Saiyan/Earthlings status.
"The God of Destruction Beerus? Give me a break. He's nothing more than a myth. If he really does exist, then bring him to me. We'll see who's stronger."
— Bojack upon learning the Future Warrior is training under Beerus in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Despite having been sealed by the four Kais, Bojack does not believe the legendary power of the God of Destruction Beerus despite having been sealed away by the power of four lower-ranking deities, though this is due to his belief Beerus is a myth. He even tells the Future Warrior to tell him to bring Beerus before him if he truly exists so he can see who's stronger (being one of the few people not to fear Beerus though in his case it is due to ignorance).
In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, it is revealed he holds his master Frieza in high esteem and willfully follows all of his orders, indicating he considers Frieza to be superior to himself and can be loyal to those whose power he respects.
Bojack is a ruthless Hera-seijin who would stop at nothing to conquer the universe. He and the other Galaxy Soldiers committed most of their genocidal tendencies in the Dormideous Sector, rioting across the universe and laying waste to the north, south, west, and eastern galaxies until he was stopped by being locked inside of a star by the four Kais of the universe.
With King Kai's death following the destruction of his planet during the Cell Games, the link holding Bojack trapped is shattered, leaving him unbound to make his escape. Tracking the energy coming from the Cell Games to Earth, Bojack travels to the planet, accompanied by his henchmen Bido, Bujin, Kogu, and Zangya.
Bojack was killed by Gohan in Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, however his fate was changed thanks to Fu, who collected him from the point in time where he was supposed to die - just before he was killed by the Kamehameha - so that Bojack could work for him in Age 780. In anticipation for his revenge on Gohan, Bojack seemingly trained to get stronger and was powered up by Fu.
Dragon Ball Heroes
Prison Planet Saga
Main article: Prison Planet Saga
Bojack (and his gang in the game) are taken by Fu to be prisoners on the Prison Planet, placed in the Green Area (in the game) or Slum Area (in the manga), Bojack himself is given the Two-Star Special Dragon Ball.
In the manga Bojack battles Super Saiyan Future Trunks in the Slum Area, Trunks has Bojack on the ropes and believes he has killed him, however, Bojack is still alive - before he can attack Trunks, however, he is killed by a surprise Death Beam from Cooler, who takes his Dragon Ball.
Universe Creation Saga
Main article: Universe Creation Saga Bojack is among the individuals gathered by Fu and Towa at the Universe Tree. He and Turles get into a scuffle when Bojack is provoked by Turles's Saiyan heritage, before Fu stops them from fighting. He catches their attention by firing a blast between the two and explaining how he saved them from their past defeats at Goku and his allies' hands.
Not long after, Bojack arrives alongside Turles to confront Goku, Vegeta, Xeno Pan and Xeno Trunks. When Turles manages to get Goku into a chokehold, Bojack is able to recognize him and - still furious from his death at Goku's son Gohan's hands - rushes in to exact vengeance, before Vegeta blasts him back. Bojack and Turles then proceed to power up with malicious auras similar to Cumber's and fight Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta and Goku, respectively. When Fu catches the Saiyan duo's attention, Bojack and Turles blast them from behind for lowering their guard. Bojack and Vegeta continue to battle until Dogidogi, under the command of Fu, flaps his wings to freeze Goku and the others in place allowing Fu to take the opportunity to capture Tokitoki and escape through a space-time distortion. Almost immediately afterwards, unsatisfied with Fu's interference, Bojack and Turles make an exit in similar fashion.
New Space-Time War Saga
Main article: New Space-Time War Saga
Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound
"Impressive. His level of skill is even more advanced that I hoped. This should be fun."
Infiltrating a World Martial Arts Tournament funded by X.S. Cash for his son's birthday, Bojack seeks to eliminate every single fighter on Earth in order to be rid of any obstacles in the way of universal conquest. While his minions frequent the arenas, Bojack waits calmly in a ruined city where the final challenge of the tournament is meant to take place, only entering in to personally attack when his minion Kogu is killed by Future Trunks. His other minions eventually gather the bodies of Krillin, Yamcha and Tien Shinhan in front of him and Gohan is the only fighter still standing. Gohan lashes at Bojack but is interrupted by the Galaxy Soldiers whilst Bojack watches on.
Before Bojack can finish Gohan off using a Full Power Energy Ball, Piccolo appears, deflecting the attack with his Special Beam Cannon. Piccolo then engages Bojack himself, in a fight where he is quickly defeated with a Grand Smasher. Before landing a final blow with an energy attack, Trunks intervenes and fires a barrage of energy blasts, to which Bojack merely erects a blue barrier around himself. After Vegeta arrives on the battlefield, he battles Bojack as a Super Saiyan. After defeating Vegeta, Bojack decides to assume his transformation, Super Bojack. After taking out Future Trunks, Bojack and his minions attack Gohan and manage to beat him. After Mr. Satan unintentionally frees Gohan from the Psycho Threads when his vehicle is shot down by Bojack, Bojack nonchalantly tells Gohan that, for the boy's sake, he hopes that Mr. Satan was not his cavalry, enraging Gohan. Bojack then Bear Hugs the wounded Gohan, preparing to squeeze him to death, similar to what Cell did in the Cell Games, as his way of "thanking" Goku for his part in freeing him and his minions. In an instant, however, Bojack receives a punch in the face by the deceased Goku, who has somehow "broken the rules" and returned to Earth for a single minute.
Gohan emerges as a Super Saiyan 2, effortlessly wiping out both Bujin and Bido. Becoming desperate despite insisting that Gohan cannot stop him, Bojack sacrifices his fearful, remaining underling, Zangya, when he pushes her towards Gohan and fires an energy sphere straight through her. Gohan evades this. Bojack then prepares to capitalize on Gohan's evasion of the earlier attack by charging an energy wave and then jumping and firing it at Gohan below. To his shock and irritation, he discovers that Gohan was not affected by the attack at all, prompting the delirious Bojack to attack head-on, only for Gohan to land a punch straight through the tyrant's stomach. Certain of the high threat Gohan poses, Bojack launches his ultimate attack, the Galactic Buster, which Gohan counters with a Full Power Kamehameha. The two energies enter a beam struggle and result in an explosion through which both Gohan and Bojack rush through to attack each other, however one final punch into the flash of light ultimately kills Bojack.
Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
Appearances in other media
Dr. Slump Remake
Full Power Bojack makes a cameo appearance in the film Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N'cha! Love Comes From Penguin Village fighting Super Saiyan Full Power Goku. This makes Bojack the only Dragon Ball series movie villain to appear in another film based on a manga series by Akira Toriyama.
In his base form, Bojack is easily able to overpower Future Trunks in his Super Saiyan Second Grade form and also Piccolo. He is able to fight on par with Vegeta in his Super Saiyan Second Grade form, and easily overpowers Super Saiyan Vegeta when he begins transforming into his Full Power form. Also, he nearly finishes Gohan, who is a Super Saiyan Full Power, off with a Grand Smasher. Upon transforming, his power skyrockets tremendously and he nearly kills Gohan with a mighty Bear Hug. This may make him as strong, or possibly stronger than Cell in his Perfect form. However, he is outmatched and defeated rather quickly once Gohan assumes his Super Saiyan 2 form. In addition, Goku when learning about Bojack from King Kai expressed confidence that Gohan would beat him. Although it is unclear how strong Bojack was compared to Goku, he was left temporarily stunned when Goku punched him when he briefly returned to life.
- Manga and Anime
During the Prison Planet Saga, in his base form, Bojack is able to hold his own against Super Saiyan Future Trunks, though he is at a disadvantage and is almost killed he almost defeats the half-Saiyan when he lets his guard down, however, he is taken down by a surprise Death Beam from final form Cooler.
When he returns as a Ghost Warrior, base Bojack and Perfect Cell are able to get the edge over final form Cooler, forcing him to become Golden Cooler - at which point Cooler easily defeats Bojack and Cell, however the two regenerate and continue fighting, with them managing to do a small amount of damage to Golden Cooler by the end of the battle.
In the anime version of the Universe Creation Saga, the powered up Bojack fights evenly with Turles and goes on to battle Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta in an evenly based match once powered up thanks to the Universe Tree. In the manga Bojack starts out on par with Super Saiyan God Vegeta - but upon powering up further thanks to the Universe Tree forces Vegeta to turn Super Saiyan Blue, to which Fu stops the battling, noting Bojack will be no match for Vegeta.
- Statements by authors and guidebooks
It was stated by Takao Koyama, that when making Dragon Ball movies the next movie villain that Goku fought would always have to be at least stronger than the previous villain Goku fought. As such, Bojack was presumably stronger than Legendary Super Saiyan Broly in movie 8, but weaker than Broly when he healed with Saiyan Power in Movie 10. However, considering Goku never truly fought against Bojack and Goku's victory over Broly was thanks to additional energy from his allies, it's ambiguous as to whether that meant Bojack was stronger than Broly in Movie 8 or not.
- Video games
In Super Butoden 2, Bojack was shown to command the Cell Jrs; implying he was stronger than them. However, he is later killed by Broly, revealing that he is not as strong as the latter (this would seem to fit with the movie villain trend of him being weaker than the villain that came after him, as Broly appears in the film after his).
Techniques and Special Abilities
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave.
- Bear Hug – A torture hold used against Gohan.
- Chaotic Tyrant – A physical attack used by Bojack on Vegeta in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound. This attack was named in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 as one of Bojack's Super Attacks in his base form.
- Dirty Criminal – A counterattack used by Bojack to kill Zangya after Gohan kills Bido and Bujin. First, Bojack teleports behind the opponent, pushes him/her forward, and then he fires an energy sphere through them.
- Cosmic Bomber – A green energy sphere Bojack used against Gohan and Piccolo.
- Full Power Energy Wave - A common yet powerful and quick firing energy wave technique. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Ultimate Skill can be added to Bojack's custom skillset after purchasing it in Partner Customization.
- Galactic Buster – An enormous, green energy wave, slightly similar to that of Vegeta's Final Flash, which Bojack fires at his opponent. He uses this against Super Saiyan 2 Gohan just before being killed by the latter.
- Galactic Blow – An energy sphere used by Bojack in his Full Power form. Bojack flies toward the opponent as he charges a Grand Smasher, then he places the Grand Smasher over the opponent's chest and causes it to explode, blasting the opponent away.
- Galactic Tyrant – A rush attack used on Gohan while he was held by the Galaxy Soldiers' Psycho Thread.
- Grand Smasher – A big, green ball of ki similar to that of Vegeta's Big Bang Attack shot from one hand, creating a devastating explosion.
- Reversal Launcher - Bojack fires a green energy sphere at his opponent and appears behind them and fires another one upside down.
- Trap Shooter – Although he is seen in the position for launching it on Piccolo, Bojack actually never used the Trap Shooter in Bojack Unbound due to Trunks' intervention.
- Psycho Barrier – Bojack used this technique to protect himself from Trunks' barrage of energy blasts.
- Full Power – One of Bojack's Blast 1 in his base form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series. It instantly propels him to MAX power mode, along with adding all stat bonuses.
- Pump Up – One of Bojack's Blast 1 in his Full Power form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series. It gives Bojack all stat bonuses.
- Energy Charge - A ki charging technique that allows Bojack to charge his ki. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset via Partner Customization.
- Full Power Charge - A ki charging technique that allows Bojack to charge his ki more quickly than Energy Charge. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset via Partner Customization.
- Maximum Charge - A ki charging technique that allows Bojack to charge his ki more quickly than Full Power Charge. One of Bojack's Super Skills in Xenoverse 2. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset once it has been purchased for 5 TP Medals in Partner Customization.
- Full Power Charge - A ki charging technique that allows Bojack to charge his ki more quickly than Energy Charge. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset via Partner Customization.
- Ki Sense - In Xenoverse 2, Bojack can apparently sense ki as he occasionally notes at the start of a battle that the opponent can't beat him with a power level like that which strongly implies he can sense a person's power level through ki sense as he does not possess any device that can do it for him like a Scouter or Power Meter.
- Instant Rise - Bojack uses Rapid Movement while ascending to avoid an attack. Bojack's Evasive Skill in Xenoverse 2.
- Super Afterimage - A more advanced version of the Afterimage Technique that appears as a Super Skill in Xenoverse 2. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset after purchasing it for 5 TP Medals in Partner Customization.
- Spread Shot Retreat - An evasive energy barrage technique that appears as an Evasive Skill in Xenoverse 2. After the 1.09.00 Update in Xenoverse 2, this Super Skill can be added to his custom skillset via Partner Customization.
- Mind Break – A Card Action Ability utilizable by any of the Kings of Destruction. The user fires a beam at their target that puts them under Babidi's Mind Control.
Forms and Power-Ups
Main article: Full Power Hera Clansman
Bojack's Race of Hera transformation displayed in Bojack Unbound is similar to the Super Saiyan transformation. His skin turns from blue to green, his hair turns red, and his strength and power greatly increase. This form is called Bojack (Full Power) in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and Bojack (Transformed) in Dragon Ball Heroes.
Main article: Evil Aura
After being powered up by Fu in the anime, Bojack gained his own equivalent of the Evil Saiyan state. In this state he could fight on par with Vegeta in his Super Saiyan God form (in the manga) or Super Saiyan Blue form (in the anime).
This form can be combined with the Full Powered Hera Clansmen state for even greater power, which Bojack does so to battle Super Saiyan Potential Unleashed Gohan.
King of Destruction
Main article: King of Destruction
King of Destruction Bojack (破壊王ボージャック) is a playable character in Dragon Ball Heroes, making his debut in Jaaku Mission 5. His pupils and irises disappear in this form, and he gains the Majin Mark on his forehead.
Main article: Dark Ki After being overpowered by Gohan, Future Trunks and Cabba's combined power, Bojack was swallowed by rage and negation, allowing Babidi to brainwash him which surrounded Bojack with a dark mist. His arrogance and sadism skyrocketed alongside his power, claiming himself as "The King of Universe", however, he was ultimately defeated and killed by the Saiyan Trio.
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
- Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2
- Dragon Ball Heroes
- Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
- Dragon Ball Legends
Bojack makes his first playable appearance in a Dragon Ball video game spin-off in Super Butōden 2. In the Story Mode, he and Zangya try to get the Dragon Balls. They create evil clones of the Dragon Team in order to trick them, and they later spread the Destron Gas on Earth and use the Cell Juniors as henchmen. If the Z Fighters fail to defeat Bojack, Broly will appear and kill him, thus ending the Story Mode if the player has not complete certain tasks. Bojack has since appeared in all three installments of the Budokai Tenkaichi series, all of which allow his transformation form to be played. In Budokai Tenkaichi, he has a part in a saga called "The Plan to Conquer Earth" in which he gets his revenge by killing Gohan. He and his comrades are dubbed the "Galaxy Soldiers" in Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
Bojack is also a playable character in Raging Blast 2.
He and his team appear in Dragon Ball Heroes, where he also has a Majin Bojack state.
In Extreme Butōden, Bojack is a servant of Frieza after joining the Frieza Force.
Bojack appears in Xenoverse 2 as a DLC character as part of the Super Pack 3 DLC. He appears as a mentor for the Future Warrior. Bojack's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet) and Bojack's Bandana (accessory) can be purchased at the TP Medal Shop. To take Bojack on as a master, the Future Warrior must first complete Bojack's Challenge which requires them to acquire Bido's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, Hands, and Feet), Bujin's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet), and Bujin's Bandana (accessory) in order to take Bojack's Initiation Test to train under him. After completing it, Bojack will require the warrior to become strong enough to take on his training lessons. His second Challenge requires the Future Warrior to defeat all Time Patrollers in the Quest Event battles in Conton City in order to take their first lesson (note the Future Warrior can do Bojack's Lessons 1 to 3 in any order). The Future Warrior must complete two more additional challenges in order to take the other two lessons. After the 1.09.00 Update, Bojack gains a custom skillset which can be unlocked in Partner Customization by completing Bojack's Initiation Test. Additionally, Bojack will also teach them his new Dual Ultimate Attack skill called DUAL Grand Smasher which is a team attack that can be performed with Bojack or another Time Patroller NPC. To learn it the warrior must reach "Partner" level (maximum friendship) with Bojack then speak to him. He asks why they are walking around gawking like an idiot and says that as a member of his crew they need to work harder and asks them whoever said they could take a break and calls them a worthless imbecile. He decides he needs to motivate them and says all they need is a fight saying it ought to sit the warrior straight before teaching them DUAL Grand Smasher. DUAL Grand Smasher is automatically available to be equipped to Bojack's custom skillset via Partner Customization and does not have to be unlocked for Bojack to use it himself. He can also team up with the warrior as their Partner during the Unknown History Saga.
- Japanese: Tesshō Genda
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Antônio Moreno
- Italian dub: Marco Balzarotti
- Greek dub: Zaharias Rohas
- Bojack vs. Future Trunks (Super Saiyan)
- Bojack vs. Piccolo
- Bojack, Bujin, and Bido vs. Future Trunks (Super Saiyan Second Grade)
- Bojack (Base/Full Power Hera-seijin) vs. Vegeta (Super Saiyan Second Grade/Super Saiyan)
- Bojack (Full Power Hera-seijin), Zangya, and Bujin, vs. Future Trunks (Super Saiyan Second Grade)
- Bojack (Full Power Hera-seijin), Bujin, Zangya, and Bido vs. Gohan (Base/Super Saiyan)
- Bojack (Full Power Hera-seijin) vs. Gohan (Super Saiyan 2)
- Super Dragon Ball Heroes
- Bojack vs. Future Trunks (Super Saiyan) and Cooler (Fourth Transformation)
- Bojack (Ghost Warrior), Turles (Ghost Warrior), Lord Slug (Ghost Warrior), Cell (Perfect; Ghost Warrior) and Kid Buu (Ghost Warrior) vs. Future Trunks (Super Saiyan) and Cooler (Fourth Transformation/Golden Cooler)
- Bojack vs. Vegeta (Base/Super Saiyan God)
- Bojack vs. Turles
- Bojack (Base/Evil Energy) vs. Vegeta (Base/Super Saiyan Blue)
List of Characters Killed by Bojack
- Zangya - Killed when Bojack shot an energy sphere through her.
- Bojack makes a cameo in the 7th Dr. Slump movie, Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha! Love Comes From Penguin Village, where he is seen fighting Super Saiyan Goku in the background. This makes Bojack the first movie-only Dragon Ball character to appear in any Dr. Slump media.
- This also marks the only time where Bojack and Goku actually fought each other (save for the brief moment in the Movie 9 when Goku punched him to save Gohan) in non-video game media, since Bojack's debut movie occurred when Goku was deceased.
- His name is derived from the Japanese word bōjakubujin, which means "arrogance" or "audacity."
- In the polish fan lector, Bojack's name is Zuchwalec, which is based on "Zuchwałość" - polish for "Audacity", fitting his name pun.
- Unlike all the other instructors in Xenoverse 2, Bojack requires the Future Warrior to obtain 2 of his 3 followers outfits, Bido, Bujin, or Kogu, before he takes them as his student, otherwise telling them to get out of his sight in the meantime. Zangya's outfit isn't required as it can only be worn by females.
- Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, 2015
- Dragon Ball Legends, 2018
- Zangya refers to Bojack as 'Lord Bojack' in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, 2007
- Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2, 1993
- Obscure races. Kanzenshuu.
- Daizenshuu 7, 1996
- Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, 2015
- Daizenshuu 6, 1995
- Super Dragon Ball Heroes episode 23, "Rematch with Formidable Foes! Turles and Bojack!"
- "Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!! Chapter 2 (Big Bang Mission)"