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Angry Kamehameha
Ikari no Kamehameha
Alternate names Angry Turtle Destruction Wave
Mighty Blast of Rage
Super Shot
Debut "Mighty Blast of Rage"
Inventor Goku
Users Goku
Class Energy Wave
Color       &       or       &      
Similar techniques Final Shine Attack
Maximum Flasher
Super Big Bang Cannon
You Will Die By My Hand!

The Angry Kamehameha (怒りのかめはめ波) is a yellow-colored, one-handed version of the Kamehameha wave used by Goku in his Super Saiyan form.


First, Goku draws his hand back to his upper side and charges a yellow energy sphere. Then, he shouts "Darn you!" (in Raging Blast) or "You fool!" (in Raging Blast 2) as he brings his hand forward and fires an emanating yellow energy wave at the opponent, inflicting a great amount of damage.

Goku used this attack against Frieza in his 100% Power form. After Frieza was accidentally bisected by his own Homing Destructo Disk, he begged for mercy from Goku, who reluctantly shared some of his energy with the tyrant and flew away. However, Frieza did not accept defeat and attempted to kill Goku with the You Will Die By My Hand! technique. However, a furious Goku yelled "You fool!" and counterattacked with the Angry Kamehameha, overpowering Frieza's attack and seemingly destroying the tyrant. However, it was later revealed that Frieza survived.

Appearances in Video GamesEdit


The blue Angry Kamehameha as seen in Budokai Tenkaichi 2

The Angry Kamehameha was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where its color is changed to blue. It is one of Super Saiyan Goku's Blast 2 attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team, and his Ultimate Blast in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.

The attack also appears in the Raging Blast games and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, where its color was reverted to that of the anime.

In Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, it is called Super Shot.


  • Goku used a similar move on Baby (transformed into a Golden Great Ape) to shoot off his tail.
  • Interestingly, while in the manga and anime the blast was fired from the left hand, it is right-handed in video games (with the exception of cutscenes in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit).