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Their Relationship

Gohan and Videl met in high school when they were 16-years-old. To begin with, Gohan was not interested in girls due to his lack of experience with romance and dating as a result of his sheltered upbringing and Videl was initially hostile towards him for being unusually shy and quiet. She immediately grew suspicious of him when he would show up late for school during the time when the Golden Fighter or the Great Saiyaman would appear to stop criminals in the city. Gohan tried to avoid her as she increasingly demanded to know more about him. It was at school where Gohan learned that Videl is the daughter of Mr. Satan, the fraud who stole the credit of Gohan defeating Cell. As a result, Gohan tried to avoid her even more but Videl persisted in her pursuit to learn more about Gohan. When she did find out he was both warriors, she threatened to tell the public if he didn't teach her how to fly before the 25th World Tournament. Although Gohan was reluctant and afraid of Videl, he agreed to protect his secret and his family's privacy.

During the weeks of teaching her how to fly, Videl was still hostile towards Gohan because she didn't understand the methods required to fly. He also suggested that she cut her long hair because it wouldnt get in her face and make it easier for her to fly, which made Videl mistake this as an insult. Nevertheless she cut her hair and insisted on continuing the training. Afterwards, Videl learned how to fly and became more kind towards Gohan, who gradually found himself taken by Videl's gentle side. As the 25th World Tournament commenced, Gohan and Videl develop romantic feelings for each other, although they strongly insisted they were friends but everyone, even the simple-minded Goku, deduced it was more than friends and teased the two for always blushing at each other.

During the battle with Majin Buu, Videl learned that it was Gohan who actually defeated Cell and felt proud of him for his strength for defeating such a powerful foe as a child. When she was told by Goku that Gohan was killed by Buu, Videl was devastated and tearfully admitted that she had fallen in love with him but then refused to believe he was dead. She was actually right as Gohan was saved by Supreme Kai and sent to another world to train. Upon returning to Earth, Gohan learned that Videl was killed by Buu and he wanted to seek revenge by killing Buu but he failed when Buu blew up the Earth, killing Gohan and anyone else left. After his resurrection and Buu's defeat, Gohan and Videl reunited and became a couple. Four years after the Buu conflict, they get married and another year later, they have a daughter named Pan.

As a married couple, they are very loving and devoted to each other. Gohan works hard as a scholar to provide for his family but Videl encourages him to continue his training so he can protect their family. During her pregnancy, Gohan took care of her and worried about her well-being. When their family members were fretting over what Pan should be like as an adult, Videl said she wished for Pan to become a martial artis like her and Gohan because that is how she was able to meet him.

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Dragon Ball: 15 Things You Didn't Know About Gohan & Videl's Relationship

Videl and Gohan had one of the strongest relationships in the Dragon Ballfranchise. They fully understood and supported each other.

Gohan was willing to train Videl and she was willing to put up with his silly Great Saiyaman dancing. They seemed to balance each other out after they married-- he became a dedicated family man and she reigned in her fiery temper just a bit.

It's actually quite impressive that these young lovebirds were able to reach such a strong point in their relationship, seeing as how Gohan's parents spent so much time apart and Mr. Satan was apparently a single father.

Gohan and Videl's relationship often played a prominent role in many important moments in the Dragon Ball franchise.

From Videl's secret pregnancy being the key to Goku reaching Super Saiyan God status to creating the Dragon Ball universe's strongest flyer, here are the 15 Things You Didn't Know About Dragon Ball's Gohan & Videl's Relationship.

15 She Blackmailed Him When They First Met

Videl had heard a lot of talk about the Golden Warrior and attempted to hunt him down. The Golden Warrior was, in fact, Gohan still in his high school uniform but with the golden hair of a Super Saiyan as his superhero identity, à la Clark Kent's glasses.

Realizing that he would be found out super quickly if he kept wearing so many identifiable items while fighting crime, Gohan transitioned into the goofy Great Saiyaman instead.

Videl was still able to connect the dots and realized that the Golden Warrior and the Great Saiyaman were one and the same.

She used this knowledge to blackmail Gohan into teaching her to fly.

This was not exactly a healthy start to the relationship, but it seems to have paid off for them in the end.

14 She Was A Lot Like Gohan's Mom

Gohan basically married a woman who was just like his mom. Chichi and Videl are actually quite similar.

Chichi met Goku at the World Martial Arts Tournament and ended up betrothed to Goku under false pretenses because he thought a bride was a type of food.

Videl similarly won Gohan through bribery and blackmail. First by insisting that he train her to fly and then by forcing him to fight in the World Martial Arts Tournament along with her.

The similarities don't stop there. Both Chichi and Videl’s mothers are absent in the show, only their fathers seem to be present in their lives.

To top it all off, Chichi and Videl's fathers were both successful fighters, each earning the title of World Martial Arts Champion at different points in their competitive careers.

13 Watching Her Lose A Fight Reawakened His Higher Powers

During Videl's fight against Spopvich in the World Martial Arts Tournament, the young Miss Satan became brutally battered and nearly crushed to death by her oversized opponent.

Gohan witnessed the entire incident, becoming more and more enraged as Videl's outcome worsened.

He eventually hit a level of anger that induced his Super Sayain 2 form despite having not trained or transformed into an ascended Saiyan for years at that point.

Gohan promised Spopvich that he would avenge Videl and took her to the hospital.

Gohan's feelings for Videl were powerful enough to awaken SS2 in spite of the fact that they hadn't even started dating yet.

Chichi yelled from the stands about how Videl would make the perfect wife for her son but she feared they would never get together if Videl was unable to survive the match.

12 He Was Tricked Into Kissing Another Woman

Gohan didn't exactly cheat on Videl willingly, he was manipulated by yet another woman. Cocoa was an actress hired to portray a damsel in distress in the movie Great Saiyaman vs Mr. Satan.

Naturally, the film starred Mr. Satan as himself, and Gohan acted as the stunt double for his Great Saiyaman alter ego, while keeping his true identity a secret, of course.

Like Videl, Cocoa figured out that Gohan was actually the Great Saiyaman and held this against him to force him to fly her around town, but she didn't stop there.

Cocoa threatened to reveal Gohan's superhero persona if he did not give her a kiss. Gohan felt compelled to go along with Cocoa's demands, feeling as though he had no other choice.

11 An Actor Tried To Steal Her Away From Him

Things looked bad when Cocoa manipulated Gohan into kissing her, especially when a hidden photographer captured pictures of the incident, which Videl ended up seeing. But nobody in this sordid love triangle was actually at fault.

The actor playing the Great Saiyaman in Great Saiyaman vs Mr. Satan, Barry Kahn, was infatuated with Videl and wanted her for himself.

It was Barry's idea for Cocoa to blackmail Gohan, in an attempt to come become between Gohan and Videl's relationship.

When Barry showed Videl the incriminating photos of Gohan and Cocoa kissing she immediately caught on to his selfish ploy.

Videl refused to accept any of Barry's fake over her husband's supposedly cheating ways, she had complete faith in his loyalty, believing Gohan would never have kissed Cocoa without a justified reason.

10 She Is An Amazing Sister-In-Law

Videl is a steady presence in Goten's life. In the second Broly movie, she tends to Goten the entire time, without Gohan being around.

In the first episode of Dragon Ball: Super, Trunks and Goten spend a day zipping around trying to hunt down perfume to make her look younger... except the silly kids brought Videl regular water instead.

Being gracious, Videl didn't have the heart to tell the boys their gift wasn't what they thought it was. She didn't even mind too much when Goten and Trunks mocked Videl and Gohan when they saw them kissing.

Videl and Goten had a lot of time to bond, they were both trained to fly by Gohan at the same time. During a training session, Chichi discovered how rich Videl's family was and pushed Gohan to marry her. Goten showed great enthusiasm at the thought of Videl becoming his sister.

9 She Is An Incredibly Supportive Wife

The Great Saiyaman was... super embarrassing. He was goofy and danced around a lot. Despite his valiant efforts to do some good in the world, those around him couldn't help but notice what a cheese fest he really was.

For that reason, anyone in Gohan's life who knew about his superhero secret couldn't help but to give him some grief over it. The poor guy was mocked hard over his exuberant alter ego.

Gohan was mocked by everyone except Videl.

Sure, she held the knowledge of his secret identity over his head for a little bit in the beginning, but once Gohan and Videl actually began their relationship, she never once tried to make fun of him for his widely derided crimefighting character.

Videl even vocally cheered him on while he was performing his goofy superhero poses.

8 They Created A Crimefighting Duo

Being the daughter of the World Martial Arts Tournament champion, it makes sense that Videl would take to a life of fighting crime. She learned martial arts from her father, Mr. Satan.

Using what little she learned from her father, Videl aided police in capturing villains and stopping petty theft... at least until the Golden Warrior/Great Saiyaman entered the scene.

She not so promptly figured out that Gohan was both of these mysterious figures, and that it was not Hercule who saved the world seven years in the past but was in fact Gohan.

After things settled down in the Majin Buu arc, Videl continued her undying support for Gohan, going as far as putting on a ridiculous helmet and dancing around foolishly in public with her future baby daddy as the Great Saiyaman II, effectively creating a kick butt (but super cheesy) crimefighting team.

7 Their Great Grandchild Is Basically Baby Goku

Lots of happy parents and grandparents marvel over the family's latest addition and how closely the little one resembles one of their ancestors.

They might have Grandma's eyes or perhaps their nose looks exactly like their Great Uncle's.

For Videl and Gohan, their great-grandson was pretty much a mini Savior of the Universe.

In the Dragon Ball GT  episode "Until We Meet Again", we met the appropriately named Goku Jr. who looked exactly like his Great Great Grandad, Goku. Naturally, young Goku Jr.'s debut took place during the World Martial Arts Tournament.

In Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy, we begin to learn the differences between the two Gokus, however. While Goku was obsessed with training, Jr. preferred to spend his time playing peacefully than training or fighting.

6 He Found Out She Was Pregnant By Accident

In the movie Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods some drunken antics and a hostage situation at Bulma's birthday party resulted in Videl getting shot in the leg.

When she was healed by Dende it was discovered that she was pregnant but had kept it a secret from Gohan because she had wanted to surprise him with the news. The party continued to get out of hand after Mr. Buu ate all of Beerus' pudding, causing the God of Destruction to try to destroy the entire planet.

After many characters' failed attempts, Goku tried to stop Beerus' rampage by reaching Super Saiyan God but needed the power of six Saiyans to do it.

Vegeta, Gohan, Goten, Trunks, and Goku combined their power but it wasn't enough until Videl came forward, allowing her unborn baby's power to be used.

5 They Created The Youngest Flier In The Dragon Ball Universe

Pan was more Earthling than Saiyan, as Gohan was born to an Earthling mother and a Saiyan father and Videl was an Earthling.

However, no matter how much Saiyan she had in her blood, she was certainly a superpowered prodigy. 

Always a dreamer (and fiercely independent) Pan flew high enough to reach the stars before she was even a year old.

Her uncanny abilities, coupled with her independence, led to many adventures as she grew older. Throughout the series, a still quite young Pan was often shown traveling the world all on her, flying from place to place.

She was also very dedicated to her training, even from a young age, and showed a penchant for fighting as an aggressive infant, pulling Future Trunks' hair and kicking him.

4  4. Everyone Outshown Her Flying Skills

In the Majin Buu Saga in Dragon Ball Z, Videl was forced to realize that her flying skills were sorely lacking when she found herself slowing down Supreme Kai and Gohan on their way to stop Majin Buu.

Videl gave up halfway through their journey and convinced Gohan to continue on without her, allowing him to reach the battle just in time.

A misunderstanding lead Videl and several other characters to believe that Gohan and Vegeta were killed by Majin Buu. Bulma seemed to fully believe in Vegeta's death and fainted from the shock.

However, Videl, though upset, showed her unending faith in her husband, refusing to believe he was really gone. She was right, of course, Kibito found Gohan and healed the injured fighter.

3 Her Dad Bought Them A House

Mr. Satan spread the rumor that he was responsible for stopping Majin Buu. Hercule attempted to bribe everyone to keep the truth quiet because he was afraid of losing his wealth and status.

Goku didn't really seem to understand he was being bribed, he thought Hercule was just being a nice guy, but he took the Zeni and gave it to Chichi so she would be taken care of while he trained with King Kai. Hercule attempted to give Vegeta a pay-off, as well... until he yelled him out of his house.

Hercule's generosity isn't all fake, though. He gave a giant house to Videl and Gohan just to spoil his beloved daughter.

Gohan used this leg up to his advantage, focusing on his studies and not worrying about bills, as Chichi had hoped he would.

2 She Might Have Kept Her Last Name

It's never been revealed whether or not Vegeta even has a last name, so it makes sense that Bulma would continue to go by her maiden name after marriage. Especially given her family's prominent status. Similarly, Chichi has never been referred to as Son Chichi, implying that she, too, kept her own name after marriage.

Videl has only ever been referred to as Videl Satan, making it rather obvious that she kept her own name even after marrying Gohan.

This makes sense, as early in their relationship she made it clear that she and her father had been famous for some time and had gotten used to it. It would seem the independent women of the Dragon Ball universe have no problems with breaking marital traditions.

1 They Were Never Married In An Alternate Timeline

In Future Trunks' timeline, the Androids destroyed most of the beings on Earth. In that timeline, many survivors took to hiding underground and Future Trunks took on the role of their protector.

When Future Trunks travels back in time to seek help, it is learned that Gohan was his teacher.

At no point in the future timeline are Videl or Mr. Satan ever mentioned. If their family was still wealthy in the future, it is possible that they found a means of escape.

Or, unfortunately, given the mass destruction of the planet, it could be surmised that Videl was murdered by the Androids. Either way, it's pretty much a given that Videl and Gohan never got married, and possibly never even met, in Future Trunks' timeline.


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What's the name of Gohan's girlfriend in Dragonball Z?

Gohan’s girlfriend is Videl.

Videl is the daughter of Hercule, the Martial Arts Champion of the World. Videl attends Orange Star High School with Gohan. Videl and Gohan later get married and have a daughter named Pan.

Videl is a supporting character of the Dragon Ball series created by Akira Toriyama. The series’ first began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in December 3, 1984. She would later appear during the Great Saiyaman Saga. Her first appearance was in Dragon Ball Volume 36 Ch. 421 "Herculopolis High".

To learn more about Videl’s character, just visit Comicvine.gamespot.com.

Dragon Ball Z is the landmark anime series sandwiched between Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT. The series was a major player in popularizing the genre in America, and it has reached cult status among some devout fans. Here is a ranking of the Dragon Ball Z characters, from inconsequential to absolutely essential shared by Complex.com.

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Videl Satan
Great Saiyaman 2
Great Saiyaman Mark II
Great Saiyawoman
Great Saiyagirl

Appears in

Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball GT
Dragon Ball Super


High school student
Crime Fighter
Martial Artist
Superhero (as Great Saiyawoman)

Videl (ビーデル,Bīderu) is the daughter of Mr. Satan and Miguel, the wife of Gohan and the mother of Pan.


Videl is a beautiful fair-skinned (pale skin color in the anime series) young child and young woman of very slim figure build and below average height with straight black hair that has side bangs with five loose short strands over her forehead, light-blue eyes and a slender frame yet athletic physique. Over the course of the series, Videl has had five different hairstyles:

  • She originally had low pigtails that stops at her chest, while learning to fly from Gohan.
  • At the end of Dragon Ball Z, her hair is flat with cropped spiky style bangs and in the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament, her hair in the sides reaching down to her style of a bob-length cut reaching her cheeks and has bangs to frame her face.
  • In Dragon Ball Super, her hair reached down to her shoulders with a flat bang front over her forehead and red headband.
  • In Dragon Ball GT, her hair grows long where it reaches her lower back and it is done in a low braided ponytail with a few strands hanging over her forehead and ears.

In her first appearances, Videl usually wears a long white shirt that went past her waist with tight black spandex compression shorts that reach her upper thighs, black fingerless gloves, purple socks, green shoes, and gold hair clips for her pigtails. In "Gohan's First Date", she wears a white T-shirt with purple sleeves, light blue short jeans, black fingerless gloves, purple socks, and green shoes. After she learned how to fly, she wears a white sleeveless loose shirt, a pink T-shirt, black spandex short shorts, black fingerless gloves, and yellow boots. In the beginning in both "Gather for the Tournament" episode and Broly - Second Coming, she retains this outfit only her black spandex short shorts are replaced with a black capris pants and white boots with pink tips.

However in the anime she briefly wears a white Gi with a black undershirt, black pants, and blue boots. After Videl was healed with a Senzu Bean—and for the majority of the Buu Saga—she wears white pants, a blue and orange "FIGHT" T-shirt with an orange long-sleeved shirt underneath (white in the original manga), orange shoes and retains her short hair.

During Broly - Second Coming, she wears a bright maroon dress with a green cloth wrapping around the waist, with a large hat and grey tights.

In Fusion Reborn, she wears clothes similar to her Buu Saga outfit only with alternate colors.

In Wrath of the Dragon, she wears a yellow long-sleeved shirt and a white mini skirt that reached her upper thighs. The final attire she ever wore as a teen, before the 28th World Tournament, was a blue dress with a pink vest, blue thigh-high stockings, and pink loafers. She also wore this during the dance party that Bulma hosted to celebrate Majin Buu's defeat. At the end of the series, she wears a red dress and a red mini skirt with her hair grown back.

Between the end of Dragon Ball Z to Dragon Ball GT, Videl's hair grows back to its length, reaching her hips and is done up in a long braid.

In Dragon Ball Super, Videl is first seen with her current chin-length hair and she has had it ever since. She originally sported a pink sweater-dress that reached her upper thighs, with a red stripe around the chest area, along with black tights and bright pink shoes with darker pink soles. For Bulma's party throughout the God of Destruction Beerus Saga, she changed her style to a red dress with a devil face mark on the chest, black leggings, and white boots. There is one scene in an episode of Dragon Ball Super where Videl isn't wearing her leggings. This is most likely because of an animation mistake. For the Golden Frieza Saga, she sports a plain red dress with her normal current hairstyle, black tights and white high heel shoes. Her design changed drastically from a teenage tomboy style to a typical house-wife style, indicating how much Videl has mellowed out to becoming a more domestic character.

In the Black Star Dragon Ball Saga, Videl wears an outfit similar to Android 18's first outfit; a light teal denim jacket and skirt with a yellow short sleeve undershirt, dark gray leggings with white folded sleeves at the edge, brown belt and her yellow boots from her second outfit. Later in the Baby saga, her outfit has been changed to a new color. both denim jacket and skirt are light blue with a pink short sleeve undershirt from her main.

In Xenoverse 2, Videl's Special Costume is a Swimsuit based on the Trendy Bikini which in her case consists of a pink bikini. The bikini top features a Turtle School kanji symbol 亀 (Kame,lit. Turtle) on the top's left breast and she wears a frilled bikini bottoms. When wearing her swimsuit Videl sports her pigtail hairstyle.


Initially, Videl is a tough and tomboyish girl who was raised with fame all around her where she is also feisty and stubborn, much like Chi-Chi. Videl is quite perceptive as she had doubts about her father's claims of defeating Cell and correctly deduced that Gohan was both the mysterious "Golden Fighter" and Great Saiyaman, as well as ultimately coming to suspect that Gohan was the boy who fought Cell Games. She was also crafty enough to get Gohan to accidentally reveal he was Great Saiyaman, which she uses to blackmail him. She is also a competitive fighter as she blackmailed Gohan in order to get him to enter the tournament as she wanted to fight him after seeing his abilities and deduced he was the son of the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament champion due to sharing the same surname, though she also demanded he teach her how to fly to ensure it would be a fair fight, which also shows she was not fooled by her father's claims that such techniques were simple tricks. After blackmailing Gohan to enter the tournament and teach her the flight technique (using ki energy to fly), she gradually starts to fall in love with him, for his kind and honest heart. Despite her and Chi-Chi's similar personalities, she did not get along with Gohan's mother at first, which was made worse by Chi-Chi's assumption that Videl and Gohan were dating, to both her and Gohan's embarrassment and denial, though after spending time with him she started to take a liking to him and his family. When Gohan suggests she cut her hair short, Videl blushes a bit, thinking Gohan prefers girls with short hair, but Gohan obliviously states that it's for practical reasons, since short hair would be better in a fight, she screams that her hair is her business and flies off, though she ultimately decides to follow his sound advice, much to Gohan's utter confusion. Due to being unaware of Goku's death, she mistakenly assumed that his father was estranged from his family until Gohan explained the fact that his father was dead and had returned to life for the tournament, which ironically was the result of her convincing Gohan to enter. Videl herself was understandably shocked by this and various other odd occurrences during the tournament, though she eventually became used to these things over the course of the Majin Buu conflict. She later becomes the wife of Gohan and mother of Pan.

As Gohan's wife, she is very caring and motherly to everyone. She has a calmer tone to her voice and seldom displays her rough, fiery vibe anymore save for if provoked, as in the case of Barry Kahn. She also proves to have extreme faith in Gohan, such as when Barry Kahn showed her pictures of Gohan being kissed by Cocoa Amaguri and pretended to console her, Videl lashed out at him, saying that Barry was pathetic, and stating that Gohan must've had a reason to do what he did. Later, after Gohan defeats the infected Barry Khan, Videl hugs Gohan and exclaims that she loved him. This also shows that she knows her husband's character well enough to know he would never cheat on her and it is implied that she was able to see right through Barry Kahn's consoling act (she likely realized the movie star was just "acting" concerned) which is likely another example of her intelligence (she is also likely not easily fooled give she has a father who is well known as a gifted liar capable of deceiving a large number of Earth's population, presumably having learned to see through such deception).

Videl enjoys Caesar salad and Okonomiyaki,[4] a type of Japanese pancake. She is left-handed, as seen when she pitches a baseball, and writes with her left hand,[5] however in Take Flight, Videl and in manga chapter 428, she holds chopsticks while eating rice with her right hand, so it seems she's ambidextrous.

In the anime parts of the Great Saiyaman Saga, she had an obsession to discover Gohan’s secret identity as the Great Saiyaman. The booklet for the Season 7 Funimation DVD Boxset says that she hates being outdone. This may imply that while she did fight crime in Satan City to protect the people, she also enjoyed the attention that she received and might have become jealous when Great Saiyaman first arrived. Her obsession to find out his secret identity is shown in Gohan Goes to High School, after Gohan as the Golden Warrior defeated the bank robbers, she claimed that someone was stealing her thunder. Also in Rescue Videl, when she saw him flying through the skies, she chased him recklessly through the streets of Satan City in her plane and didn’t help Gohan until after he got punched in the face by the Red Shark Gang to see how strong he was. Also in Blackmail, when Great Saiyaman was returning Chobi to his parents after he had been kidnapped by Mr. Musuka, she refused to listen to his side of the story and proceeded to fight him, and also mockingly laughed at him for his misfortune. But she finally listened to him when Chobi’s parents Toh Toh and Toh Toh's mate arrived upon hearing Chobi’s crying. When Gohan almost blurted out his name while he was trying to calm Toh Toh down, she did briefly give in to her obsession by grabbing his shoulders, shaking him, and demanding to repeat what he was about to say.

In the Xenoverse series, Videl and her future husband aid the Time Patrol by working as Instructors though unlike other Instructors they train Time Patrollers together as a team. In Xenoverse 2, it is implied that Videl and Gohan are in the early stages of their romantic relationship. However she is occasionally exasperated by Gohan's pure hearted obliviousness which frustrates her similar to how she reacted when he asked her to cut her hair short showing that her temper gets the better of her at times. This is shown when she attempts to ask Gohan to go to the movies (with the intention of it being just the two of them) but Gohan obliviously asks the Future Warrior to come along (unaware that Videl just wanted to spend quality time with Gohan), causing a frustrated Videl to get angry at him (like she had when she learned Gohan wanted her to cut her hair for practical reasons) causing her to un-invite him, saying she and the Future Warrior would go without him leaving Gohan once again dumbfounded wondering what he did to upset her.

She also enlists the Future Warrior's in covertly help her learn more about what Gohan likes which she privately hopes to use to getting Gohan to notice her more though plays it off as part of their training showing that she tends to hide her true feelings out of embarrassment. In fact when the Future Warrior gives her Gift (Videl) which contains her swimsuit costume though finding the idea of fighting in a bikini embarrassing and suspecting they are up to something, she becomes intrigued by the possibility that Gohan might notice her if she wears it, though is a little hesitant due to her embarrassment at the thought of wearing it (especially in front of Gohan). However it is implied that she eventually came to better understand that Gohan did indeed care about her and that his obliviousness was simply due to his pure heart and not a sign of disinterest (Gohan himself was also a bit shy as well). This may explain her faith in her husband in Dragon Ball Super, knowing that him cheating on her was incredibly unlikely if not impossible due to his pure heart, as it would be incredible out of character for her husband given his devotion to his family.

Additionally being the daughter of Mr. Satan, she has probably dealt with her share of male admirers in past like Barry Kahn who's interest in her was superficial due to her looks and status as Mr. Satan's daughter which he sought to increase his own fame by using the evidence of an affair and feigning concern in an attempt to woo her while in an emotionally vulnerable state, though Videl was not fooled and considered Barry pathetic (as Gohan unlike Barry loved Videl as a person and not because of status as her father's fame was the result of Gohan's defeat of Cell though he never sought to refute it preferring to defend the Earth from the shadows with the Z Fighters and as Great Saiyaman, thus by comparison she was correct as Barry wanted more fame and attention despite already being a famous A-list actor yet deep down was a cruel evil shallow person who was jealous of Gohan's marriage with Videl) showing she has become a good judge of character.



Videl was born in Age 756. Videl grew up learning martial arts, hoping to be as great as her father, when in fact, unknown to herself, she was already better and stronger than him. On May 7 of Age 767, when she was 11, Videl won in the Junior Division of the 24th World Martial Arts Tournament. Her mother left Mr. Satan and their daughter Videl at one point, leaving only the two of them in their family.[6] But they have got loads of servants.[6] Her father is very protective of her, especially in respect to boys, only allowing her to have a boyfriend if he was stronger than him, which Videl thought was impossible. Her mother has passed away since she was still a baby and raised by her father in her whole life.

Dragon Ball Z

Even though she didn't appear in the Cell Games Saga, during the Cell Games, Videl, like the rest of the world, watched the fight between Cell and the Dragon Team. During the fight between Cell and Super Saiyan 2 Gohan, the ZTV camera equipment was destroyed, so she didn’t see the outcome like the rest of the world. After the battle, Videl, like the rest of the world, was told about her dad Mr. Satan defeating Cell. While she and the rest of the world believed her father's claims, in the back of her head, she suspected that he wasn't telling the truth, which wouldn’t be confirmed until 7 years later. This was the first time that she saw Gohan and the Dragon Team, but she wouldn't officially meet them until 7 years later.

Majin Buu Saga

Main articles: Great Saiyaman Saga, World Tournament Saga, Babidi Saga, Fusion Saga, and Kid Buu Saga

In her spare time, Videl helps the police and fights crime in Satan City. She becomes suspicious of Gohan after meeting him on his first day at Orange Star High School, and she even follows him for a brief time to learn more about him. Videl eventually discovers Gohan's secret identity as the Great Saiyaman: in the manga, she very easily tricks Gohan into revealing his identity after stopping some thugs (she asks the Great Saiyaman how he left class, and he answers her, revealing that he is actually Gohan). In the anime, she discovers that Gohan is the Great Saiyaman after she and Gohan are involved in an attempt to return Chobi, a baby pteranodon, to its rightful parents. In both cases, she deduces that Gohan is the son of the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament winner, Goku, based on them carrying the same family name, and gets Gohan to participate in the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament and teach her how to fly using a blackmail-type of threat. In a matter of days, Videl learns how to fly, and starts to develop a liking for Gohan.

She even cuts her hair one day after he had suggested it (though she initially thought he just liked girls with short hair, he explained that long hair will only get in the way during a fight). There is an awkward moment when Chi-Chi asks Gohan whether he is going to marry Videl, which embarrasses him. As she becomes a great flyer, Gohan begins to think that Videl is really something special. Despite the relentless teasing from friends (such as Krillin), Videl and Gohan develop a sweet kind of relationship.

Videl becomes very strong for a human, and enters the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. When Videl firsts meets Goku and the other Z Fighters, Gohan explains that his father is dead as he has a halo above his head. This is one of many supernatural things in the Dragon Ball universe that astonish more ordinary humans like Videl, but are second nature to the Z Fighters. After waiting with Gohan for the Punching Machine (destroyed by Vegeta) to be replaced, Videl and the other high-scoring fighters draw their numbers for the first round. Videl goes up against Spopovich. Videl quickly gains the upper hand, even breaking Spopovich's neck, though he repairs it, shocking Videl and everyone else watching the match. Soon, the tables turn against her as Spopovich keeps getting back up after her attacks, without any visible damage. Videl then attempted to fly to the skies to recover, but to her horror, Spopovich could also fly and even use Kiai to strike her back down.

"Doesn't he know when to give up?"
— Videl while fighting Spopovich

Videl starts to tire out, and Spopovich takes advantage by beating her to a pulp around the ring with a series of punches to the stomach and head. For his enjoyment, Spopovich steps on Videl's head. He pushes down on it until Videl is brought to tears (this fight was more drawn out and gruesome in the anime compared to the manga). Enraged by this display, Gohan loses control of his temper and transforms into a Super Saiyan. Seeing this, Yamu, Spopovich's partner, reminds his ally of their real reason for being there and tells him to end the match. Spopovich does so and kicks her out of the ring. Gohan carries her to the infirmary, where he returns later to heal her with a Senzu Bean brought by Goku. She thanks Gohan for it, though Mr. Satan freaks out, suspicious of the boy, insisting she be checked up for poisoning.

She steps back to the arena to watch Gohan's match, and is surprised to see he is indeed the "Gold Fighter" she suspected him to be. When Gohan is in mortal danger from a ki drain from Yamu and Spopovich, she tries to save him, but is stopped only by being physically restrained by Goku. Upon Kibitohealing and offering Gohan an explanation, Videl asks Gohan to let her go along, wanting to know what exactly is going on. She readily believes Gohan after he confesses he was both the mysterious Gold Fighter, Great Saiyaman and also the golden-haired 11-year-old boy at the Cell Games seven years ago. Having suspected that her father was not telling the truth, she comes to the correct conclusion that it was Gohan who beat Cell in the Cell Games. She initially wants to come and help with the fight against the Organization of Babidi, but is requested by Gohan to go back and tell everyone else the situation. She agrees to leave, then looks back and says "You better come back, cause I'm not finished with you yet, Gohan"(In Kai, she says that she'll miss him). She meets Goten and Trunks on her way to the World Tournament Arena, and accidentally fuels them with adrenaline by telling them the story of Majin Buu, prompting the two to head for the battlefield.

Videl goes with the rest of the group to look for the Dragon Balls. She later takes refuge with the group on Kami's lookout, where she hears about Gohan's supposed death at the hands of Majin Buu. She breaks down crying and confesses her love for him. While everyone presumes Gohan dead, she's the only one who is convinced that he still lives, somehow sensing that fact this is actually true, Gohan is in the Sacred World of the Kai training hard with Kibito and Shin. A day later, Super Buu attacks The Lookout looking for the fighter Goku promised him. Piccolo manages to persuade him to wait by telling him that Videl is Mr. Satan's daughter, later explaining to Videl that Mr. Satan nearly succeeded in convincing Buu to change his ways. Ultimately, when Gotenks fails to stop Buu, she, along with everyone else at the lookout, is turned into chocolate and eaten.

In an anime-exclusive filler only, she ends up in heaven and searches for Gohan, along with Dabura, Chi-Chi and Bulma, but they cannot find him. However, even though she is dead, Videl is convinced that Gohan is still alive. This commitment to Gohan convinces the once evil Dabura that he is in the presence of true love, a feeling he never knew before, which embarrasses Videl since Chi-Chi is present. She does not know that Gohan passes away when Kid Buu annihilates Earth. After both she and Gohan come back to life and they meet again, Videl is happy at seeing 'the idiot' again saying that she has been worried sick about him. Videl is embarrassed by hearing her father getting the people of Earth to give energy so he could beat Buu.

When Goku and the others return, she spots and happily greets her father Mr. Satan who happily embraces her and brings new guests the dog Bee and Good Buu who Videl is shocked to see until her father explains he is now on their side. Later, she becomes Gohan's partner in fighting crime as the Great Saiyaman II (alternately known as Saiyawoman or Saiyagirl), sporting a similar outfit and participating in the same poses she earlier found ridiculous.

Dragon Ball Super

God of Destruction Beerus Saga

Main article: God of Destruction Beerus Saga

Sometime after the defeat of Majin Buu, Gohan and Videl are married and Mr. Satan builds them a house. Goten and Trunks go on an adventure to get her a wedding present which is a bottle of special spring water that keeps her skin really soft that she uses to apply to her face. Goten and Trunks later arrive at Gohan's house, giving Videl the water they just recently found. After using the hot spring water, Videl realized that it was just plain water, but not wanting to hurt Goten and Trunks' feelings, she accepted it and thanked them for the gift.

Videl attended Bulma's party, arriving with her Gohan, Chi-Chi, and Goten. She joins Mr. Satan in supplying Buu with food to eat. She and Gohan spend private time together during the party and she joins everyone in clapping for Beerus after he arrives with Whis, also chanting Beerus' name. After Beerus defeats Buu and Gotenks, Gohan attacks him and is defeated, Videl coming to his aid thereafter. Beerus is briefly challenged by Vegeta after he powers up following Beerus slapping Bulma in retaliation for her previously hitting him, but defeats him as well and attempts to destroy Earth before Goku arrives and summons Shenron, who reveals to everyone a ritual is required for the Super Saiyan God to appear. Videl interjects after the Saiyans failed the first attempt, revealing her pregnancy to Beerus and everyone else. Videl joins in and the group succeeds in transforming Goku into a Super Saiyan God.

Golden Frieza Saga

Main article: Golden Frieza Saga After the fight with Goku and Vegeta, Videl was first seen at Gohan's house, as Videl is about to make dinner, but Gohan insists on making it instead, since he does not want Videl to be overworked. More than half of a year after Vegeta left for Beerus' planet to train, Videl gives birth to her daughter Pan. Later, she, Chi Chi, and Bulma talk about Pan's upbringing. Videl decides that she wants Pan to grow up the way she would want to, and she sees no problem with her becoming a martial artist, because she met Gohan as a martial artist.

Later, she and Gohan go shopping together and leave Pan in the hands of Piccolo until they returned. When they did, Videl held Pan in her hands and briefly noticed the sky getting darker as Shenron was summoned at the time.

Videl appeared later as she was comforting a crying Pan but neither of them realize that Frieza was blowing up the planet as a last resort and both of them were killed until Whis undid the event with his Temporal Do-Over so that Goku could kill Frieza once more. Gohan then left the gang and went back to his home where he promised both Videl and Pan that they would protect them both.

Videl later attends the feast thrown by Bulma alongside her family and friends.

Universe 6 Saga

Main article: Universe 6 Saga Videl watches the Tournament of Destroyers, saying little to nothing in any of the battles.

Copy-Vegeta Saga

Main article: Copy-Vegeta Saga

"Future" Trunks Saga

Main article: "Future" Trunks Saga Videl plays a role in a minor sub-plot in the "Future" Trunks Saga as she and her father are surprised to meet Future Trunks and have dinner with him before he leaves.

She is involved in Gohan's rivalry with actor Barry Khan, who plays the Great Saiyaman in the movie Great Saiyaman vs. Mr. Satan. Barry himself becomes jealous of Videl's marriage to Gohan, and tries to turn Gohan against her, one time blackmailing him by taking pictures of him in an unintentional affair with Cocoa Amaguri. But Videl doesn't fall for the deception, knowing Gohan is not like that, and the two kick him out despite him threatening to expose Gohan's secret identity as the Great Saiyaman. But later, Barry is possessed by the space criminal Watagash, and he becomes a powerful-enough match for Gohan, knocking him out and kidnapping Pan. Fortunately, Gohan is able to defeat him, Videl assuring that he would never allow himself to fail in front of Pan. Cocoa even prevents Barry from revealing his identity by threatening to tell everyone that he's the monster he fought.

Universe Survival Saga

Main article: Universe Survival Saga When Goku asks his son: Gohan to participate in the Zeno Expo

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Fictional character

This article is about the Dragon Ball character. For other uses, see Gohan (disambiguation).

In this Japanese name, the surname is Son.

Son Gohan (Japanese: 孫 悟飯) is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball manga series, created by Akira Toriyama. Gohan is introduced as the first son of the protagonist Goku, and his wife Chi-Chi, in chapter #196 Kakarrot (カカロット, Kakarotto), published in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on October 8, 1988.[1]

Chi-Chi is a strict and protective mother to Gohan, forcing him to focus on his studies and forbidding him from practicing martial arts. However, due to the various threats to the Earth, she reluctantly allows him to fight, with him ultimately becoming one of the strongest characters in the series due to him having hidden potential only being awakened by his rage. Gohan has been well received by both fans and critics, the latter usually citing the character's growth from his initial appearance to his defeat of Cell.

Creation and design[edit]

Gohan's name comes from the Japanese word "gohan" (ご飯, lit. "cooked rice" or "meal of any sort"), a continuation of the naming scheme of foods by Toriyama. Rice, being a grain, is not normally considered to be a vegetable, even though it is a common food. However, as the word "vegetable" is a culinary term, and not a botanical term, the name can also continue the naming scheme for Saiyan characters, which derives names from puns on vegetables.[2]

In conceptualizing for Gohan's character, Toriyama originally included glasses or a jacket to his apparel, and commonly, his hair is spiked up as seen in the final design.[3] With the ending of the Cell arc, Gohan was meant to replace his father as the protagonist. However, Toriyama later decided against it, finding the character unsuited for the role in comparison to his father.[4]

As opposed to full-blooded Saiyans, whose hair stays the same from birth,[5] Gohan's is drawn at varying lengths, and changes markedly in style. Initially, Gohan is illustrated garbed in a surcoat with kanji 孫 (grandchild), fixed on the front and the four-star Dragon Ball fitted on top of his hat. Piccolo later supplies him with a keikogi fashioned after Goku's, but substitutes the symbol with his own demon character "魔".[6] Normally thereafter, Gohan is drawn with a keikogi modeled after Piccolo's own. On Namek, Gohan is portrayed in battle armor worn by Frieza's henchmen, having been given it by Vegeta in preparation for their encounter with Frieza. Prior to his second fight with Majin Buu, Gohan asks Kibito for an outfit resembling his father's, and is then drawn in a keikogi identical to Goku's. Gohan, from the alternate future, is dressed in a keikogi similar to that of his father's with his kanji name 飯 (Gohan), and has a long scar across his left eye.


Gohan possesses superhuman strength and durability,[7] as well as superhuman speed and reflexes, as seen during his training with his younger brother Goten. As a child, Gohan is depicted with an immense amount of hidden potential, which at first only revealed itself when he experienced fierce rage or distress.[8][9] The vastness of this potential is shown consistently throughout the series as he ages and learns to master his powers from constant training and battles, the earliest example was during his short fight with Raditz.[8] Gohan's potential was unlocked twice in the series: first by the Namekian Grand Elder,[10] and then fully unlocked by Old Kaiō-shin,[11] which sees his power level rise to new heights, capable of easily overwhelming the seemingly invincible Majin Buu.[12]

As a Half-Saiyan, he has the ability to become an Oozaru, a gigantic ape-like creature, by absorbing waves from a full moon. He lost this ability after his tail was cut by Piccolo,[13] and later Vegeta.[14] He was the third youngest Saiyan to achieve the Super Saiyan transformation at the age of nine whilst training and surpassing his father Goku in the Room of Spirit and Time (hyperbolic time chamber)[15] and as a display of his hidden potential which he unlocked during his training with his father, Gohan becomes the first Saiyan in the series to become a Super Saiyan 2 during his battle against Cell. Though Gohan had gotten much weaker due to not training after the Cell Games, he became stronger than he ever has after his potential was unlocked from Old Kaiō-shin. Gohan with this power up was even stronger than Super Saiyan 3 Goku and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks since he was able to dominate Super Buu with ease without transforming.

Ever since this fight, Gohan has given up on fighting and has continually gotten weaker to the point that he can't use his Super Saiyan transformations without straining himself. Gohan can still hold his own against Frieza's soldiers, Shisami, and Tagoma in his base form and overpower them when he transforms into a Super Saiyan. After Frieza's attack on Earth, Gohan returned to training with Piccolo. During his training with Piccolo before the start of the Tournament of Power, Gohan is pushed beyond his limits and manages to unlock his hidden power once again, becoming stronger than ever before. After this, he has shown that he is now able to combat foes of God-level might, having been able to hold his own in a sparring match against his father Goku in his Super Saiyna Blue form, and hold his own against Frieza in his Golden Frieza form.

Gohan has the ability to freely manipulate a life-force energy known as ki to fly using Bukū-jutsu (舞空術, "Air Dance Technique"),.[16] He can also concentrate his ki to fire blasts of energy, such as the Kamehameha (かめはめ波, lit. "Turtle Destruction Wave") or the Masenko (魔閃光, Masenkō, lit. "Demon Flash").[17] Gohan has displayed the use of his ki in a defensive manner, such as generating protective energy shields. Both as a child and an adult, Gohan is known to be a capable swordsman, as well as an adept teacher.

Voice actors[edit]

Gohan is voiced in the original Japanese anime and all other media by Masako Nozawa. Nozawa, who also voices Goku, revealed that she did not know she would be playing Gohan until receiving the script on the day of recording his debut episode. Despite having to voice Gohan, Goku, Goten and Bardock, Nozawa claims she is able to instantly get into the respective character simply upon seeing their image.

In Funimation and Saban Entertainment initial 1996 English dub of Dragon Ball Z, Gohan is voiced by Saffron Henderson. Henderson reprised her role in AB Group and Westwood Media's alternate dub for the UK and Canadian markets in 2000. Jillian Michaels replaced Henderson in the later part of the Cell arc, while his adult version is voiced by Brad Swaile. Henderson believed her experience playing Goku in Dragon Ball made it simple to develop Gohan's voice, though stressed performing as him was "tiring" due to the action of the series requiring louder volumes. She also remembered scheduling conflicts thanks to her wedding, setting the stage for the studio to audition other voice actors for the part of Gohan, and being disappointed at the role being recast.[18]

In Funimation's in-house dub, Gohan's child incarnation is voiced by Stephanie Nadolny for various media until 2010 and Colleen Clinkenbeard for Dragon Ball Kai and later media while his adult incarnation is voiced by Kyle Hebert for almost all various media and Dameon Clarke as "Future Gohan" for some episodes and the History of Trunks TV special. Nadolny was called in to audition in 1999, when the English dub of Dragon Ball Z was recast. She said her most challenging time voicing the character was during his fight against Cell where she had to make him sound as "deep, tough and as much like a man as possible." Nadolny's voice was strained during the recordings, causing her to sometimes leave the studio in pain.[19] Hebert said that his roles as Gohan and the narrator of Dragon Ball Z are close to him as they kickstarted his career.[20] He also found Battle of Gods to be "genuinely touching" outside of its fighting, citing Gohan finding out that he was going to be a father among the moments he found sentimental and was happy to return to the franchise when reprising his role in Resurrection 'F', also expressing interest in redoing his lines in Dragon Ball Kai as he had more experience.[21]

In the English dub of the video game Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout, Gohan is voiced by Lex Lang. In the English dub of Dragon Ball GT produced by Blue Water Studios distributed in Canada, he was voiced by Scott Roberts. In the English dub of movies distributed in Europe by AB Groupe, Gohan was voiced by Jodi Forrest, with David Gasman voicing Gohan as an adult in The History of Trunks. In the Toonami Asia dub produced by Bang Zoom! Entertainment of Dragon Ball Super, Gohan here is voiced by Chris Hackney.

In a rare English dub of the anime produced in the Philippines by Creative Products Corporation, Gohan was voiced by Ethel Lizano who also directed that dub. In the 1996 dub of the double feature combining Cooler's Revenge and The Return of Cooler also by Creative Products Corp.; young Gohan was voiced by E.J. Galang, who was 12 years old at the time he voiced Gohan.


In Dragon Ball[edit]

Gohan is introduced as the four-year-old son of Goku and Chi-Chi, named after Goku's adoptive grandfather. Described as well-mannered and reserved,[22][23] Gohan's story begins following his abduction by the extraterrestrial Saiyan named Raditz, revealed to be his paternal uncle. While Goku is pinned to the ground, Gohan's extreme distress explodes with the release of his dormant power, which allows him to injure Raditz. Piccolo then takes Gohan away following the fight and Goku's death, and trains him for the upcoming battle against the two other Saiyans, Vegeta and Nappa, though Piccolo is aware that training the son of his greatest enemy will be a risk.[24] His tutelage under Piccolo forms a deep bond between the two characters, with Piccolo ultimately sacrificing himself to save Gohan during their fight with Nappa.[25] After Vegeta's defeat, Gohan travels with Bulma and Krillin to planet Namek to use the Dragon Balls there to revive their fallen friends, as the Dragon Balls on Earth had turned to stone due to the Earth's protector Kami's death.[26] After succeeding in gathering the Dragon Balls, Gohan and the others wish Piccolo back to life, causing Kami and the Dragon Balls to be returned. Gohan, along with Krillin and Vegeta, are then forced into an encounter with Frieza, who seeks the Dragon Balls for immortality. Shortly after the fight with Frieza begins, Krillin is impaled by one of Frieza's horns. Frieza stops Gohan as he tries to save Krillin, who has now been thrown into the ocean below, and he mocks him, saying it is pointless to try to save his friend since he and Vegeta are both about to die. Gohan is extremely angered by being unable to save Krillin and attacks Frieza without hesitation. He manages to knock Frieza into a small island below, and then he blasts him with a series of energy blasts before ending the attack with a Masenko.[27] Later on in the fight, as Piccolo was getting repeatedly blasted from Frieza, who is now in his third form, Gohan blasts Frieza with another Masenko, and once again pushes him back with it. Frieza is able to send it back at Gohan without taking any damage, but he is once again shocked that a child could produce such an attack. Shortly after this, Frieza transforms into his original and most powerful form. Once he does this he immediately kills Dende, a young Namekian who had been secretly healing Gohan, Krillin, Piccolo and Vegeta.[28] Gohan is outraged by this and unleashes all of his power against Frieza. However, he is unable to land even a single blow.[29] After Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan enraged by the death of Krillin and defeats Frieza, the planet Namek explodes and Goku escapes while Frieza is left with serious injuries, Frieza is found in space by his father, King Cold, and is turned into a cyborg. Gohan is shown to settle back into school life on Earth, waiting for Goku to return home from Namek.[30]

After Trunks kills Frieza and his father King Cold then tells Goku about the Androids,[31] Gohan goes into the wilderness with Goku and Piccolo to train for the upcoming threat.[32] After Vegeta kills Android #19,[33]Dr. Gero (Android #20) activate Androids #17 and #18,[34] and Cell is discovered,[35] Gohan enters the Room of Spirit and Time with Goku where they train for 1 year (1 day on earth, however in their case according to Mr. Popo, Goku and Gohan still had 3 hours left in the room, but they came out having finished their training earlier than expected). Gohan makes the jump to Super Saiyan while he is in the chamber and after they emerge, both Goku and Gohan retain the physical characteristics of a Super Saiyan without any of the drawbacks of its form (increased aggression, energy loss, etc.). After Goku initially fights Cell but realizes later that he cannot defeat him, Gohan is called to fight to the surprise of everyone else and Cell. During the fight, Gohan asks Cell to stop the Cell Games tournament and then he tells him about his power. Cell, instead of heeding Gohan's warning, attacks him in an effort to force Gohan to show his true power. Gohan holds his own for a while until Cell becomes impatient and bored.[36] He releases Cell Juniors on the other fighters to provoke Gohan from attacking. After Android #16 is murdered by Cell, Gohan unleashes his rage and transforms into a Super Saiyan 2.[37] Gohan easily defeats the Cell Juniors and proceeds to toy with Cell, now that he has a much greater power level. This backfires, however; he waits too long to finish Cell, who decides to self-destruct when transformed back to his semi-perfect form, as a last-ditch effort to destroy Gohan and the Earth. Goku, in an act of self-sacrifice, uses teleportation to take Cell to Kaio-sama's planet. Thinking Cell dead, the fighters lower their guard only to be surprised by a blast that kills Trunks. Cell returns, having regenerated from a single Cell that survived the blast, and also adopted the instant transmission technique. Right before Cell is about to finish Vegeta, Gohan intercedes which costs him the use of his left arm.[38] As Cell charges up one final Kamehameha wave to finish the Earth, Gohan hears the voice of his father who gives him the resolve he needs to defeat Cell. They both launch large Kamehameha waves at each other, which initiates a power struggle.[39] Cell is about to overcome Gohan when Vegeta uses his remaining energy to blast Cell, which distracts him for a moment. Gohan uses this moment to unleash all his fury into his attack, which causes it to overpower Cell's. It hits Cell full-force which disintegrates all his cells, finally killing him.[40]

The Gohan of the alternate timeline, referred to as "Future Gohan", to distinguish him from the character's present-timeline incarnation, is presented in the volume #33 sidestory of the original manga, Trunks the Story, in which he is shown to be the only surviving fighter; the others have all died at the hands of the androids (sans Goku due to having died from a heart virus prior to androids' arrival).[41][42] Gohan is shown training Trunks to assist him in battling Androids #17 and #18. In this timeline, Gohan has become a Super Saiyan and is depicted wearing a uniform similar to his father's, one with his own kanji symbol on the back, Han, 飯. Gohan states he wears it in hopes of becoming as strong as his father one day, and is mentioned that he bears a striking resemblance to Goku when donning it.[43] He eventually loses his left arm fighting Androids #17 and #18.[43] He is ultimately killed by the two androids during a battle where they ganged up on Gohan, killing him with machine gun-like ki blasts.

In the present-timeline, Gohan is shown enrolled at Orange Star High School in Satan City. After foiling crimes as a Super Saiyan he earns the alias the "Golden Warrior" (金色の戦士, Kiniro no Senshi) from the public. In order to hide his identity, and with help from Bulma, he adopts a superhero persona that he dubs the "Great Saiyaman" (グレートサイヤマン, Gurēto Saiyaman). When his peer, Videl figures out his identity as the Great Saiyaman, she blackmails him into attending the 25th Tenkaichi Budōkai and teaching her to fly.[44] Over time, the two begin to bond together and eventually form a relationship. Gohan is depicted as having grown weaker, which the Daizenshū World Guide book explains as due to a lack of training and anger in transforming.[3] Gohan, after having his chi absorbed by Spopovich and Yamu, pursues the two and enters Bobbidi's spaceship with the Kaiō-shin, Goku and Vegeta, where Gohan later fights with Dabura.[45] Following Majin Buu‘s release and Gohan's defeat at his hands, Gohan is taken to the home planet of the Kaiō-shin. After pulling out the Zeta Sword (Known in the English Funimation Dub as the Z Sword) and accidentally breaking it in a training session, Gohan unwittingly releases the Old Kaiō-shin, who then performs a prolonged ceremony to unlock Gohan's latent powers.[46] Gohan then returns to Earth and confronts Buu for a second time, and easily defeats him.[47] However, his victory is temporary, as he is overpowered when Buu absorbs Gotenks and Piccolo. He is later absorbed by Buu.[48] Though Goku and Vegeta manage to rescue him along with Goten, Trunks, and Piccolo, he is killed when Buu (now in his pure form) destroys the Earth. Once revived, Gohan is able to aid Goku's Genki-dama by lending his chi.[49] Following Buu's defeat and a ten-year gap, Gohan has finally become a scholar, is married with Videl and they have a daughter Pan.[50]

In Toriyama's films and Dragon Ball Super[edit]

Gohan appears in fourteen of the fifteen Dragon Ball Z films; in the first movie, Gohan is kidnapped by Garlic Jr. due to his hat having a Dragon Ball on it and causes the villain's plan to fail when he uses his dormant power against him;[51] in the second, Gohan participates in the fight against Dr. Wheelo and frees Piccolo from further mind control;[52] in the third, Gohan is forcibly made to combat his father as an Oozaru before having his tail removed;[53] in the fourth, Gohan attempts to fight Lord Slug's men only to be defeated;[54] in the fifth, Gohan watches over his father's body after Goku shields him from a blast from Cooler. He also goes to Kirin Tower for Senzu beans to give to his father;[55] in the sixth, Gohan travels to New Namek and fights Cooler's army of robots;[56] in the seventh, Gohan intervenes in the battle against Android 13 by attacking him and then defending his father against the android when he tries to power the Genki-Dama;[57] in the eighth, Gohan tries fighting Broly but does worse than everyone else and is defeated and later aids in the Saiyan's defeat by providing his energy;[58] in the ninth, Gohan faces Bojack and his henchmen, struggling initially before transforming into a Super Saiyan 2 and successfully stopping Bojack and his group of invaders;[59] in the tenth, Gohan comes to the aid of Goten and Trunks after they are confronted by Broly, who he seemingly kills alongside his father and brother in a family Kamehameha wave;[60] in the twelfth, Gohan combats the villains that have escaped from Other World and defeats Frieza with one punch;[61] in the thirteenth, Gohan battles Hirudegarn following his appearance;[62] in the fourteenth, Gohan is defeated by Beerus and provides his aid in transforming his father into a Super Saiyan God;[63] and lastly, in the fifteenth, Gohan confronts the resurrected Frieza and avoids being killed with the majority of the Earth's population thanks to a save by Whis.[64]

After the latter two films' events, Gohan decides to resume his training with Piccolo.[65] Following a short time of civilian life, where he is unable to participate in the Universe 6 vs Universe 7 tournament thanks to a scheduling conflict,[66] and Gohan turns down a new job,[67] he is reunited with Trunks,[68] being unaware of his reason to return to the past until after Goku, Trunks and Vegeta have had multiple encounters with Goku Black and he goes in search of his father.[69] After Pan gets sick, Gohan has Shenlong to cure her[70] and Gohan later follows Goku around after Hit targets Goku.[71] Gohan becomes a stuntman for a movie featuring his Great Saiyaman persona against Mr. Satan, defeating Watagash and being attacked by Jaco, who thinks Gohan is Watagash's new host.[72] Gohan then defeats a Watagash possessed Barry Karn.[73]

Citing a desire to protect his family, Gohan participates in Zen-Oh-sama's Universal Survival tournament for the Universe 7 team.[74] In the exhibition round, Gohan is matched against Universe 9's Lavender,[75] who fires a mist into his eyes that blinds him. Gohan powers up, causing the poison to accelerate through his body, and he knocks out Lavender before being unable to fight any further and the match being declared a draw.[76] While Gohan and Goku recruit fighters for the Tournament of Power, Gohan is defeated by Krillin a sparring match after being blinded with the Solar Flare x 100.[77] Gohan's training with Piccolo, during which Piccolo chastises Gohan for being reckless as a result of wanting to protect his family, concludes with Gohan becoming stronger than ever before and the two agreeing to develop combination moves.[78] Gohan then challenges Goku to a duel, and while he is ultimately defeated, Goku is impressed enough to make him the captain of their team in the Tournament of Power.[79] In the Tournament of Power, Gohan defeats Universe 6's Botamo, Universe 10's Obuni,[80] Universe 6's Saonel and Pirina,[81] and Universe 3's Anilaza[82] before Universes 7 and 11 become the only remaining teams in the tournament. Gohan initially partners with Android 17 to battle Toppo,[83] firing a Kamehameha wave at Android 17 and Toppo while they are inside Android 17's barrier in effort to ring them out, though Gohan retracts the beam out of concern for Android 17.[84] Gohan breaks away from the fight with Toppo and comes to Frieza's aid against Dyspo, Gohan holding Dyspo down and the two being blasted out of bounds by Frieza.[85]

In other media[edit]

In filler episodes of Dragon Ball Z, while training for the Saiyans, Gohan makes friends with C-6[86] and a dinosaur.[87] During the Namek arc, Gohan also encounters the Mirror spaceship and a fake version of Namek, where he, Krillin and Bulma collect Dragon Balls during a distraction, and prevent their ship from being stolen. In the Garlic Jr. arc, entirely composed of filler, Gohan is one of only a few unaffected by the Black Water Mist and after fighting his allies, he travels to the lookout where he kills the henchmen of Garlic Jr. after they severely injure Krillin,[88] Gohan then sending Garlic Jr. back into the Dead Zone by destroying his power through shooting out the Makyo Star[89] after being attacked by Piccolo and Krillin as they pretend to be under the effects of the Black Water Mist. Leading up to the Cell Games, Gohan encounters Taopaipai, his father's old enemy, who flees from a potential battle once recognizing Gohan as Goku's son[90] and celebrates his 11th birthday, it being shown in flashbacks how he acquires his name and how he had hidden potential within infancy.[91] Prior to the Buu arc beginning, Gohan's high school antics are explored such as his masquerading as Great Saiyaman[92] and his first date.[93] After Buu is defeated, Gohan attends a party with his family.[94]

He is featured in other Dragon Ball Z animations; in Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans, Gohan uses a Super Masenko to destroy Hatchiyack, who is killed by his combined efforts alongside Goku, Vegeta and Trunks[95] and in Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!, Gohan meets Vegeta's younger brother Tarble after Tarble arrives on Earth, also advising Goten and Trunks in their fight against Abo and Kado.[96]

Gohan appears in the anime-only sequel, Dragon Ball GT in a reduced role.[97] He is the second Saiyan on Earth to be taken control of by Baby, who previously controlled his younger brother Goten and moved to possessing Gohan during their battle.[98] After Vegeta becomes Baby's permanent host, the parasite transmitting himself to Vegeta during a fight between him and the possessed Gohan, Gohan remains under his influence due to Baby having implanted Tuffle parasite inside of him while he was originally possessed.[99] After regaining his will, he assists his father in defeating Baby, donating his energy[100] and tearfully bids farewell to his former mentor Piccolo as the latter dies alongside the Earth.[101] He then participates in the fights against Super 17[102] and Omega Shenron.[103]

Gohan has performed multiple songs, his voice actor Masako Nozawa singing in reference to his character, the first of these being the song "The World's Greatest Gohan" released on the 1989 album Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection, Gohan singing about how good he feels.[104] The second was "I Lo~ve Mr. Piccolo" in the album Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection III: Space Dancing, released in 1990, Gohan singing Piccolo praises and speculating on what species he is.[105] Another song, "Feeling of Whistling", debuted on the 1991 album Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 6: BP∞ Battle Points Unlimited.[106] The 1991 album Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8: Character Special 2 features the song ""I•ke•na•i Oo-La-La Magic", where Chi-Chi forces Gohan to sing a duet with her after she feels left out from his adventures with Goku, also intending to enter the local karaoke circuit with Gohan.[107]

Gohan has made appearances in non-Dragon Ball material. In the 2003 interactive feature Kyutai Panic Adventure! (球体パニックアドベンチャー!, Kyūtai Panikku Adobenchā!, Orb Panic Adventure!), Gohan and Krillin attempt to save visitors of at Fuji Television's orb section from drowning, while Goku battles Frieza.[108][109] In the 2013 special Dream 9 Toriko & One Piece & Dragon Ball Z Super Collaboration Special (ドリーム9 トリコ&ワンピース&ドラゴンボールZ 超コラボスペシャル!), Gohan cheers on Goku in his match against Monkey D. Luffy and Toriko.

Since Dragon Ball Z began syndication in the U.S. in 1996, Gohan has also appeared in American media. Gohan has been used in promotional merchandising at fast-food chain Burger King,[110] and collectible cards, such as the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game, have featured Gohan frequently. Gohan is referenced in the song "Goku" by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, where he brags that he looks and feels like Gohan and a few other Dragon Ball related characters.[111] Gohan, along with Goku, is parodied in the Robot Chicken episode "Easter Basket". In "The Move", an episode of The Amazing World of Gumball, Gumball gains hair identical to Super Saiyan 2 Gohan when transforming into a Super Saiyan. Gohan appears for a scene in a parody of the film Moneyball in an episode of Mad being drafted by Billy Beane.[112]

Video games[edit]

In the 1992 Video game Dragon Ball: Get Together! Goku World, Gohan along with Goku, Trunks, Bulma, and Krillin travel back in time to examine events in the past.[113]

In the 2004 video game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors, Gohan comes to Goku's aid against the androids and defeats Android 18.[114] After Goku passes away from a heart disease, Gohan inherits his role as Earth's primary protector.[115] Gohan confronts Dr. Gero, who he defeats and is warned by of an upcoming threat from Cell,[116] the latter announcing the Cell Games after being revealed and Gohan training with Piccolo in the Room of Spirit and Time to prepare.[117] After Gohan and Piccolo struggle against Cell, and Piccolo sacrifices himself to save Gohan,[118] Gohan unleashes his hidden power and destroys Cell.[119] In the 2005 video game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, after his defeat of Cell, Gohan is recruited by Trunks to assist him with defeating the androids in his timeline.[120] After defeating Android 18,[121] Gohan and Trunks confront[122] and defeat Cell.[123] The two travel to Dr. Gero's laboratory[124] and defeat various clones of the android and destroy the computer that created them.[125] Years later, he encounters Cooler[126] when the latter comes to Earth searing for the Saiyan that defeated his brother Frieza.[127] Piccolo is turned evil when taking a blast from Bobbidi to protect Gohan, who is forced to fight Piccolo before the latter flees.[128] Gohan later confronts Piccolo and defeats him.[129]

In the 2006 game Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai, Gohan confronts Frieza after the latter is resurrected[130] and unsuccessfully tries donning his Great Saiyaman persona,[131] becoming worn out in the process of fighting him before Frieza departs.[132] Gohan then confronts Cooler after seeing him search for a Dragon Ball[133] and bests him in battle,[134] before Cooler escapes with the Dragon Ball using the Shunkan Idō.[135] Later, influence by Janemba allows Gohan to kill Cell with ease and nearly become consumed with evil energy before Goku's intervention.[136] In the 2007 game Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another Road, Gohan travels to Trunks' timeline to assist him with the Majin Buu threat.[137] and fights Janemba while searching for the timeline's version of himself to pull the Zeta Sword.[138] Gohan meets Pikkon[139] and his grandfather Bardock for the first time.[140]

In the 2010 arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes, Gohan attains both the Super Saiyan 3, the result of continued training with Piccolo after the Cell Games,[141] and Super Saiyan 4 forms.[142]

In the 2015 game Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Gohan serves as a mentor with Videl, teaching the player moves.[143] In the Saiyan arc, the player saves Gohan from being killed by Raditz;[144] in the Frieza arc, Gohan being left to fight Frieza alone causes Goku to rush to his aid instead of finishing healing;[145] in the Cell arc, Gohan receives a Villainous Mode power-up from Towa[146] and the player helps him defeat Villainous Mode Cell; and in the epilogue of the game, the player faces Gohan in Villainous Mode. In the 2016 game Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the player is commanded to prevent any intervention in the fight between Goku and Cell, and after Gohan transforms into a Super Saiyan 2, Trunks notes that the timeline has been altered by the continued presence of the Cell Juniors.[147] After the player defends Gohan from the Cell Juniors, a portal transfers multiple Metal Coolers into the arena, which the player defeats before departing for Namek while Gohan continues fighting Cell.[148] The player returns to help Gohan battle Cell, whose power remains enhanced by Towa's magic.[149] In the alternate timeline, Gohan is confronted by Android 16, who seeks to kill him for being Goku's son.[150] Gohan realizes his strength and urges the player to leave while he holds him off before the two defeat Android 16 and are approached by Mira, who takes interest in Gohan's potential.[151] Gohan and the player are outclassed by Mira, leading Trunks to conclude that the two will die[152] and travel to the scene of the fight.[153] After Trunks declares that he will not let Mira kill Gohan and Mira flees, Gohan realizes that Trunks is from the future and tells him he is proud of him, though mentions that 17 and 18 are attacking. Trunks is tempted to prevent him from going to the fight, knowing that he will die and that it will change history, but is stopped by the player.[154]

In the 2018 game Dragon Ball FighterZ, an unconscious Gohan is found by Goku, Piccolo, and Krillin,[155] and after waking up, joins their quest to combat the clones.[156] He later participates in destroying Android 21 by firing a Masenko at her.[157] In the game's second arc, Gohan is found by Goku, Frieza, and Cell,[158] and is skeptical of the latter two when being told of their alliance with the heroes.[159]

Gohan has also appeared in crossover games such as Battle Stadium D.O.N, Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars as a playable character.


Cosplayers portraying Gohan (back) and Videl(front) in their respective Great Saiyaman costumes.

In 1993, Gohan placed first in a Dragon Ball character popularity poll voted on by Weekly Shōnen Jump readers,[160] and was also voted the third most popular character by fans of the series for the 2004 book Dragon Ball Forever.[161] Due to the popularity of Gohan, other merchandise, such as action figures, video games, and clothing have featured Gohan in Japan and in various countries around the world. In an interview featured in the second Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files, a companion book released in December 1997 by Shueisha's Jump Comics Selection imprint, Masako Nozawa, Gohan's voice actress, stated that her favorite episode voicing Gohan was "Sorry, Robot-san - The Desert of Vanishing Tears".[162] Saffron Henderson, Gohan's original English voice actor, has stated she felt protective of the role and considers it to be one of her favorites.[163] In addition, Gohan's original Funimation voice actor, Stephanie Nadolny has said that playing Gohan was a unique and much-loved experience.[164] C.J. A. Glover of Moviepilot ranked Gohan his third favorite comic character, admitting Gohan "has always been somewhat of an idol to me" as he related to bottling up his anger and being a gentle person that, when snapping, "would let loose and it would be hard to bottle it back up again." In conclusion, Glover wrote that Gohan was definitely "one of my favorite anime and manga characters ever."[165] Gohan's relationship with mentor Piccolo during the Saiyan arc was praised,[166] being seen as "complex" and "culminating in a truly emotional and inspiring moment that one doesn't often expect from your average animated series."[167] Tomoko Hiroki from Bandai Namco considered Gohan her favorite character from the series.[168]

Most of Gohan's praise is derived from his role in the Cell arc of Dragon Ball Z. IGN writer D. F. Smith liked how during the Cell Games, Gohan has more screentime than Goku, and praised his scenes as one of the biggest moments from said story arc.[169] Theron Martin from Anime News Network celebrated Gohan's development in the Cell Games as he had grown up and become stronger.[170] The character's battles against Cell during the arc and his transformation into a Super Saiyan 2 were positively received as some of the best in the entire series,[171][172] the fight additionally being praised for its animation.[173] Both Anime Focus[174] and John Begley believed Dragon Ball Z could have ended with Gohan's defeat of Cell, the latter reasoning concluding it there would have "provided it a sense of poignancy and closure that retroactively would have provided a greater sense of depth and purpose."[175] Luke Ryan Baldock of The Hollywood News felt Gohan's progression was the focus of the Cell Games and that he had begun to match his father Goku in ability, calling their relationship "a fascinating one to watch unfold."[176] Reviewer Nick Hartel expressed that the "continuing elevation of Gohan" pleased him and the last episodes of the Cell storyline "properly sees this is paid off from a narrative standpoint."[177] Reviewer Todd Douglass Jr. wrote that the series split its focus between Goku and Gohan during the start of the series as they grew on their own, finding it to be "an interesting way to handle the flow of story but also important because it shows Gohan's growth as a person and warrior."[178]

Gohan's role and character in the latter part of the series was met with more mixed reviews. Reviewer Michael Zupan wrote of his disappointment with the character, "Gohan was once the most promising warrior in the galaxy, with the potential to even best his father, Goku… and this is where he's at seven years later? Dressing up in a green dress, black tights and a Lost in Space helmet to put the beat down on robbers?"[179] Anime Focus found humor in his Great Saiyaman guise and his "clumsy but earnest" relationship with Videl, but thought it "mostly uninspired and draggy and feels very flat after the high flying antics of previous arcs."[180] Reviewer Brad Stephenson argued that the character growing older and becoming more "emotionally complex" provided Dragon Ball Z "with a true sense of progression and meaning." While controversial, lighthearted and more casual fans of the show tend to enjoy the Saiyaman saga due to its comedic tone and way of portraying larger than life figures in relatable real life situations.[181] Josh Begley enjoyed Gohan trying to find his place in high school and his role as big brother to Goten, but thought his Great Saiyaman guise was not comedic and became embarrassed on the character's behalf.[182] Anime Focus was impressed with his fight against Majin Buu after he was powered up, calling it a "rare chance for him to flex his muscles" by giving Majin Buu "an impressive beatdown".[183]

Sam Leach from Anime News Network noted that fans of the series tend to joke Piccolo is a better paternal figure to Gohan than his actual father, Goku, and felt that Dragon Ball Super emphasized it more when Piccolo started training him again.[184] On the other hand, Leach criticized how Super tries to teach "life lessons" to a mature Gohan. The fact that Piccolo calls him "arrogant", despite Gohan's kindness and humility, was seen as a bad plot point by the reviewer.[185] Mark Sammut of TheGamer notes that Gohan occasionally performs the dab move (as The Great Saiyaman), decades before it became a popular dance move in American popular culture.[186]


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