The Dragon Ball universe has gotten pretty complex since the original Dragon Ball TV series. There are dozens of different species of characters, all with varying levels of strengths and weaknesses, are decidedly a hero or a villain, and have a backstory and complex personalities to go along with them. There's just as much lore and, therefore, plenty of room for speculation.
The events of Dragon Ball Super opened with a bang—the introduction of the God of Destruction, Beerus, and Goku's first Super Saiyan God transformation (known as Super Saiyan Blue)—and never let up. Broly, about as beloved as an antagonist can get, made his debut as a part of the Dragon Ball canon in Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Goku and Vegeta's fusion, Gogeta, also made an appearance in that same movie. Not too long before that was their fusion into Vegito in the "Future" Trunks Saga, and, as if that wasn't enough, the Tournament of Power Saga treated audiences to what was essentially a 50 episode long fight scene. What it lacked in complexity, it made up for in beautiful animation and a plethora of quirky, fascinating, powerful characters.
The Dragon Ball universe has brought us decades of entertainment. It is most famed for its anime series, the manga being in second place in terms of popularity, and they've also dabbled in video games, with games such as Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle, FighterZ, Xenoverse, and the new mobile game Dragon Ball Legends.
Frieza was an absurdly strong, spoiled child with control over his father's army.
The story of Goku has been entertaining Dragon Ball fans for over three decades. Since his TV debut back in 1986, with the original anime Dragon Ball, his childish antics and his bottomless pit of energy continues to leave us wondering just what he is capable of in every battle he commits himself too.
"True warriors are in a never-ending search for the ultimate fight."