- This article is about the technique. For the void itself, see Dead Zone (void). For Dragon Ball Z film under the same name, see Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone.Directory: Techniques → Supportive Techniques
Super Garlic Jr. heightens his ki which opens a portal to the Dead Zone and launches it towards his opponent. Upon impact, it binds the enemy for a few seconds and Garlic Jr. appears to be strangling his opponent. After a few seconds, the Dead Zone vanishes in a small explosion, inflicting a great deal of damage. This attack can be avoided, but it is unblockable.
The main weakness of this technique is that the user is susceptible of being sucked in by the Dead Zone if overpowered by a stronger opponent. Additionally, the user must be powerful enough themselves to avoid being sucked in.
Three years later, Super Garlic Jr. used this technique again but was defeated when Gohan destroyed the Makyo Star, causing Garlic Jr. to lose access of his Super form's power and was sucked back into the void again.
- Super Dead Zone - A stronger version of Dead Zone introduced in Dragon Ball Fusions.
Video Game Appearances
In the Budokai Tenkaichi series, Garlic Jr. actually throws it at his enemy, trapping the enemy inside it temporarily and exploding as it takes a large amount of the victim's health.
In Dragon Ball Heroes, Super Garlic Jr. uses the technique as a boss in the Garlic Jr. Saga. If the attack is successful, the target will be trapped inside and removed from the battle.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, Dead Zone appears as a Special Move used by certain characters such as Hoji and Toomlin. It can be learned by Vasabi after reaching Lv. 55. In Dragon Ball Fusions, it causes damages to an opponent and any of their nearby allies. There is also a stronger version called Super Dead Zone. Interestingly, it is classified and functions as a Ki Blast and is capable of performing an Energy Clash (possibly a reference to the Garlic's struggle with Gohan's hidden power in the film).