- This article is about Kid Gohan's technique. For Future Gohan's technique, see Hyper Masenko.
First, Gohan raises his hands up to his sides and charges a yellow energy sphere in each hand. Then, he puts his hands forward and fires a barrage of yellow energy waves against the opponent, inflicting a massive amount of damage.
Gohan uses this attack during the battle against Frieza in his second form. After witnessing Frieza's brutal attack on his friend Krillin, Gohan's rage explodes and he attacks Frieza with a barrage of punches and kicks. Then, he fires a powerful charged Ki Blast at Frieza, which the tyrant quickly blocks. When Frieza opens his eyes after successfully blocking Gohan's attack, Gohan smacks another blast right on to Frieza's face, knocking the tyrant down to the ground. Gohan then blasts Frieza with the Gekiretsu Madan, creating a massive dome of energy where Frieza is laying. Gohan then fires his Masendan down at the energy dome, causing it to explode and injuring Frieza quite a bit.
Appearances in Video Games
It is named Continuous Ki Blast Wave (as a kid) and High-Speed Hammer (as a teen) in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, Continuous Shots in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, Dragon Shot in Super Dragon Ball Z, Energy Blast Barrage in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans, the Raging Blast games, and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, and Full Power Consecutive Ki Blast in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World. In the Raging Blast games, the move is added in Teen Gohan's moveset in his Super Saiyan forms. Future Gohan uses an energy sphere version of the Gekiretsu Madan in his Super Saiyan form as one of his Blast 2 attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3; Future Gohan's version is called "Hyper Masenko" in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2.