Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound

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Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, released in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Ginga Giri-Giri!! Butchigiri no Sugoi Yatsu (ドラゴンボールZ 銀河ギリギリ!!ぶっちぎりの凄い奴, Doragon Bōru Zetto Ginga Giri-Giri!! Butchigiri no Sugoi Yatsu; Literally meaning "Dragon Ball Z: Galaxy at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy"), is the ninth Dragon Ball Z movie. It was released in Japan on July 10th, 1993 between episodes 192 and 193. The English version was dubbed by Funimation in 2004. It was digitally remastered and re-released on February 10, 2009. Bridge Entertainment's title is Super Guy in the Galaxy.

It was the last movie for the Japanese voice actor of Muten Roshi (Kōhei Miyauchi), who died two years later.


Gohan killing Bido.
Gohan killing Bujin.
Zangya dying.
Super Saiyan 2 Gohan charging his Super Kamehameha against Bojack.

"Many years have passed since Bojack was imprisoned in the heart of a star by the Kais as punishment for his despicable ways. But an unforeseen event broke Bojack free of his stellar lock down. Now he is back to avenge himself and to continue his ultimate desire...subjugating the entire Universe! His first task? Take over the interstellar martial arts tournament and take out Earth's top fighters."

Bojack is the main villain in this movie. As stated above, his goal is to conquer the universe and destroy all those that stand in his way. According to North Kaio, he was sealed by all four Kaios in a star, but when Goku teleported the devoluted, ready-to-self-explode Cell to North Kaio's planet, killing him and Goku at the same time, the seal broke, allowing Bojack to be freed.

Having another Tenkaichi Tournament funded by Mr. X.S. Cash for his son's birthday, Mr. Satan invites everyone on Earth to a competition on a remote island. The Z Fighters all go except Vegeta, and Goku - who is still dead with North Kaio - wishes he could compete as they watched the competition with a television. After the elimination rounds, the winners, Gohan, Future Trunks, Krillin (Yamcha fell in the water while he was resting, Tien lost to Trunks, and Piccolo gives up the match with Krillin) and an ordinary fighter reach the final where Mr. Satan's students are dressed as aliens (or so it seems) and are to serve as foes for the warriors.

However, Bojack and his four men have changed things in secret. They take over the tournament and battle with the Z Fighters. Krillin, Yamcha, and Tien are down in a few hits and the ordinary fighter is killed. Vegeta eventually comes to help out, bringing Trunks' sword as well. Trunks kills Kogu but goes down by a kick from Bojack himself. Eventually Gohan is the only one left fighting, however Bojack is so powerful that Gohan is almost killed. Even though Mr. Satan tries to flee the island, he is sent by the audience to fight the aliens, and accidentally helps Gohan out of a tight spot. Piccolo returns to help out Gohan, but he is defeated by Bojack after a short struggle. After all seems lost, Goku teleports for a very short moment to free Gohan from Bojack's grasp, and goes right back to the Other World. Goku's words of encouragement give Gohan the power he needs to stand up to Bojack and his men.

Gohan once again transforms into Super Saiyan 2 and unleashes his power. Gohan kills Bido and Bujin each in one hit. Bojack then kills Zangya by shooting an energy blast through her to kill Gohan. Gohan dodges the attack and stamps his fist into Bojack's stomach out of his back. As a last duel, Bojack powers up his Galactic Buster attack and Gohan prepares his Super Kamehameha. The energies clash together and in the blinding light Bojack is killed. However, once again Mr. Satan is hailed as the hero that saved the Earth.


Major battles

  • Gohan vs. Udo
  • Future Trunks (Base/Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Tenshinhan
  • Piccolo vs. Kuririn
  • Dosukoi vs. Sky Dragon
  • Kuririn vs. Zangya
  • Future Trunks (Base/Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Kogu (Base/Full Power)
  • Gohan vs. Bujin
  • Future Trunks (Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Bojack
  • Tenshinhan vs. Bujin
  • Yamucha vs. Bido and Zangya
  • Gohan (Full Power Super Saiyan) vs. Zangya, Bido, and Bujin
  • Piccolo vs. Bojack
  • Future Trunks (Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Bojack, Bujin, and Bido
  • Vegeta (Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Bojack (Base/Full Power)
  • Future Trunks (Ascended Super Saiyan) vs. Zangya, Bujin, and Bojack (Full Power)
  • Gohan (Full Power Super Saiyan) vs. Bojack (Full Power), Bujin, Zangya, & Bido
  • Gohan (Super Saiyan 2) vs. Bujin & Bido
  • Gohan (Super Saiyan 2) vs. Bojack (Full Power)


This movie takes place after Cell is defeated. The reason why Future Trunks is back is mentioned by Bulma, who states that he came back to inform them that he had defeated the Androids (and Cell) in his timeline. This fits with Trunks' actions in the manga and episode that show his return to his timeline. The only slight problem is that when Vegeta turns off the television showing the Intergalactic Martial Arts Tournament, Trunk's sword is visible in its sheath, yet it was destroyed by Android 18 long before the events of the movie. It may also be referenced by Kuririn during the Super Buu Saga, when the characters sit atop Kami's Lookout playing cards.

Voice actors

Character Japanese dub FUNimation dub
Son Goku Masako Nozawa Sean Schemmel
Son Gohan Masako Nozawa Stephanie Nadolny
Piccolo Toshio Furukawa Christopher Sabat
Kuririn Mayumi Tanaka Sonny Strait
Tenshinhan Hirotaka Suzuoki John Burgmeier
Yamucha Tōru Furuya Christopher Sabat
Future Trunks Takeshi Kusao Eric Vale
Vegeta Ryo Horikawa Christopher Sabat
Bulma Hiromi Tsuru Tiffany Vollmer
Turtle Hermit Kōhei Miyauchi Mike McFarland
Chichi Naoko Watanabe Cynthia Cranz
Oolong Naoki Tatsuta Bradford Jackson
Chaozu Hiroko Emori Monika Antonelli
Mister Satan Daisuke Gōri Chris Rager
Bujin Hiroko Emori Christopher Bevins
Bido Hisao Egawa Robert McCollum
Zangya Tomoko Maruo Colleen Clinkenbeard
Kogu Toshiyuki Morikawa Iman Nademzadeh
Bojack Tesshō Genda Bob Carter
Gyosan Money Iemasa Kayumi
Naoki Tatsuta
Grant James
Okkane Money Hiromi Tsuru Jamie Marchi
Doru Money Hiroko Emori Colleen Clinkenbeard
Dosukoi Naoki Tatsuta Bradford Jackson
Udo Kōhei Miyauchi Brice Armstrong
North Kaio Jōji Yanami Sean Schemmel
Narrator Jōji Yanami Kyle Hebert


  • The cards in the Next World that Goku held depicted Pilaf, Mai, and Shuu on them. Along with a brief Frieza Saga flashback Bulma has, this is one of their only two appearances in Dragon Ball Z.
  • It is not explained how Trunks knew Bojack's name as he was unconscious when Bojack introduced himself.
  • It is not explained how Future Trunks got his sword back, as it was destroyed in the fight with the androids.
  • Gohan wears the same outfit Goku wore rather than what Piccolo wore and he sports a slightly shorter haircut than in the Cell Games with the back being trimmed.
  • Future Trunks hair is long instead of short, unlike the last episode he appears in the series, when he's about to go back in time.
  • During the early parts of the tournament, Sky Dragon can be seen. This character comes from the Dragon Ball filler episode "Goku vs. Sky Dragon", making him a rare example of a filler character from Dragon Ball appearing in the Z series.
  • During the early portion of the movie, at the first part of the tournament, a person in the stands can be seen wearing a shirt that says "The Super Saiyan" on it.
  • The way that Turtle Hermit identified females in this movie parodied the Terminator. Text is also clearly visible in his glasses.
  • On the poster for the movie it shows Goku using the Kamehameha wave, but he doesn't use it at all in the movie.
  • This is the last movie to feature Piccolo or Yamucha until Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! and is the last film where Tenshinhan and Chaozu appear.
  • This is the last time that Future Trunks appears.
  • This is the only time Mister Satan makes a costume change.
  • This is the last time a main villain has a clear speaking role in a film.
  • This is also the last movie where the primary villain has henchmen.
  • This is the first movie where the villain is killed by Gohan. Garlic Junior, who was also defeated by Gohan in Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone, was not killed, but instead sealed in an alternate dimension.
  • Bojack is the only movie villain who is killed by a single Kamehameha. Garlic Junior is trapped in the Dead Zone, Uiro is killed by the Genki Dama as are Tullece and Slugg. Coola is incinerated in the Sun, but is revived as Metal Coola and is killed by a blast from Goku that destroys the Big Gete Star, Super No. 13 is killed by Goku who absorbs the power from the Spirit Bomb and punches Super No. 13 and incinerates him, Broly is not actually killed until Second Coming by Gohan, Goten, and (arguably) Goku's Kamehameha (which would mean 2 or 3 different blasts), Bio Broly is killed after being hardened and blasted apart, Janemba is killed by Gogeta's Stardust Breaker (not named in the movie),and Hirudigarn is killed by the Dragon Fist (named Dragon Fire in the movie).
  • This movie marks the first time that Goku breaks the rules by teleporting to Earth to help Gohan.
  • This is the first film that features Super Saiyan 2.
  • This is the first film where Goku is dead. This will stay the same for the next three films.
  • This is the last film Gohan appears as Teen Gohan as the next movie takes place when he is a grown teenager.
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