June 1, 2023

This may be a series aimed primarily at kids and teens, but “Dragon Ball Z” ¬† still has relative deaths. We’re not even talking about off-screen, child-safe deaths. People were blown up, cut in half, and vaporized with huge beams of energy. Entire planets teeming with life are destroyed, and those responsible don’t always get the punishment they deserve. Take, for example, Vegeta, who despite having slaughtered millions of people in his lifetime, was still considered a “good guy” by the afterlife authorities during the Buu Saga period.

But even though death and destruction are fairly common in the “Dragon Ball” universe, it’s often considered the weight it deserves in the story. The deaths are often tragic and sometimes heroic, but rarely are they humiliating. However, there are a few examples of characters dying that seem shameful. One of the most iconic moments for the franchise, but the most pitiful death in “Dragon Ball Z” is probably not the one most people imagine.

Captain Ginyu is as sly as Yamcha

When most people think about the shameful deaths of “Dragon Ball Z”, their mind probably jumps to Yamcha in the Saiyan Saga, and they will be justified. Few things are worth training for a whole year, and then getting killed by some faceless long-legged moments in real combat. The problem with that answer, though, is that it’s too obvious and really isn’t all that confusing. Yamcha might not have had an impressive performance, but he still gave his life to protect the Earth, and that’s truly heroic. On the other hand, Captain Ginyu is not a hero.

Despite being a major antagonist of the Frieza installment, Captain Ginyu’s eventual defeat in “DBZ” is one of the most frustrating ways to lose you can imagine. In an attempt to use her body-swapping powers to control Piccolo, Ginyu accidentally swapped bodies with a frog (for the second time). He didn’t die there, but he was forced to live a humiliating existence on earth for the next decade or so.

When Frieza finally returned from the dead in “Dragon Ball Super”, Ginyu-frog swapped bodies with one of Frieza’s soldiers, Tagoma. He fought bravely for Frieza’s cause, but was ultimately defeated by a less powerful Gohan before Vegeta carelessly finished him off. In the end, he spent all these years as a worthless frog, and died almost as soon as he regained some useful body – a shameful fate indeed.

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