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"Blonde hair!? Blue eyes!? Super strength!? Fight them? I should be recruiting them..."
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn

"The Dictator" (独裁者 Dokusaisha) is a minor villain in Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. He is a caricature of the real-life Austrian-born politician Adolf Hitler. Instead of Nazi swastikas on the flags and uniforms of his army, the insignias are replaced with X's.


The Dictator wears a purple military top and matching commissar's cap, with black linings as well as a red armband, as well as beige riding trousers and black jackboots. Both the armband and the hat feature a white circle with a red X shape in the middle. He also possesses dark hair, including a small moustache barely forming above his upper lip, and also has blue eyes with eyelashes. Unlike most of the standard undead, his human form was preserved. He is also depicted as being short in appearance, only being barely taller than Goten and Trunks.


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Fusion Reborn

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn

The Dictator scared

The Dictator and his army were resurrected from Hell along with villains the Dragon Team previously defeated. Once they arrive on Earth, he and his undead army are fought by Goten and Trunks. In the Funimation dub, after they become Super Saiyan, the Dictator says that he should have been recruiting them because they have blonde hair, blue eyes, and super strength. He and his army are defeated when Goten and Trunks fuse into Gotenks, who uses the Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack against them. After his defeat, the Dictator is sent back to Hell.

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Shin Budokai

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai Although unseen, a reference to The Dictator is made in Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai. While looking at some zombies and other revived creatures, present Trunks comments about a person who catches his eye, he has seen him in a picture book of some kind, and that both he and Goten studied about him. Also, that he was in one of Gohan's textbooks, which comically, according to Trunks and Goten, means that he is a monster as well.



The Dictator, aside from his use of a tank, was never seen fighting. It is implied that, although formidable to most humans thanks to his undead status, he was no match for the likes of Goten and Trunks, as they proceeded to humiliate him and even cause his tank to crash even before they went Super Saiyan, and later fused to become Gotenks and finished him and his army off effortlessly via the Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack.

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  • The Dictator and his army vs. Goten (Base/Super Saiyan) and Trunks (Base/Super Saiyan)
  • The Dictator and his army vs. Gotenks (Super Saiyan)


The Dictator in his tank

  • The Dictator's insignia is an X, and not Hitler's familiar Hakenkreuz, also known as swastika (卐). While obviously changed to avoid offending people, this may also be a reference to the Charlie Chaplin film The Great Dictator, in which Chaplin plays Adenoid Hynkel, a character who is a parody of Hitler and who uses a two X insignia.
  • Unlike his real life counterpart, The Dictator actually leads his army into battle. However, this may be due to him being undead.
  • In the FUNimation dub, he comments on Goten and Trunks Super Saiyan form; he is comparing them to the Nazi physical ideal, which is blonde hair, blue eyes, and super strength (though in actual fact their eyes are closer to green). It is likely that he believes them to be Aryan, unaware that they are Super Saiyans. Owing to this, he also states "I should be recruiting them..."
    • In the original Japanese dub, he instead states that they are little punks that dyed their hair and most likely does not consider them to be Aryan.
  • He is not seen in the German, Hebrew, and French versions of Fusion Reborn. This is because of strict laws in both Germany, France, and former Soviet-bloc nations that prohibit the reproduction of Nazi emblems and references as well as to avoid insulting Israelis and Holocaust survivors in World War II. He also did not appear in Polish and European Spanish versions of the movie, but the battle with his army was still present in said versions.
    • His battle with Goten and Trunks was also removed when Fusion Reborn was broadcast on the American Nicktoons broadcast.
  • Coincidentally, his Japanese voice actor, Bin Shimada, would later act as the voice actor for General Blue in Dragon Ball: The Path to Power, who like the Dictator was also modeled after elements of Nazi Germany (in Blue's case, the Aryan ideal and also Ernst Rohm/the Sturmabteilung).

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