Throughout the entire Dragon Ball series, there has been an attack used by goku standing above all others as the last to finish, and Dragon Ball GT gave it a cosmic upgrade.
Before Goku becomes a Super Saiyan to stop the seemingly invincible evil, Frieza, has another final technique he plans to use against the intergalactic dictator in order to bring him down as quickly as possible. the better: Spirit Bomb. Spirit Bomb is a technique that takes energy from every living thing on any planet and concentrates that energy into an almost unstoppable orb of unparalleled power. When Goku first fought Frieza, he created a God bomb and threw it at the villain. While Frieza is able to dodge it, he is nearly consumed by its power, and he makes it clear that he may not survive if the Spirit Bomb hits him – and Buu is proof of that. there. At the end of Dragon Ball Z, Goku created a God bomb from the energies of everyone on Earth and New Namek to kill Majin Buu, this bomb not only redeems the attack after defeating Frieza but also strengthens try it as DBZ’s final finishing blow.
Dragon Ball GT makes Goku’s mental bomb even more powerful
In Dragon Ball GT episode 63 (written by Atsushi Maekawa, directed by Osamu Kasai, produced by Toei Animation), Goku is said to have died after suffering a catastrophic blow from Omega Shenron. Omega Shenron is a Dark Dragon that has absorbed the power of every Dragon Ball, making him the living embodiment of the collective evil that manifests itself over the course of the series. Essentially, Omega Shenron is the ultimate Dragon Ball villain, and his strength proves it. Even Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta fighting side by side cannot defeat this monster. In fact, Goku used so much of his energy trying, that he reverted to his original form right in the middle of the battle. It is at this point that Omega Shenron appears to have killed Goku, with Vegeta right behind him. However, from the bottom of a crater created by Omega Shenron where it is believed that Goku has been turned into a lifeless corpse, Goku is unleashing an attack that puts the original Soul Bomb to shame: Super Super soul.
Goku’s first God Bomb against Frieza draws energy from Planet Namek while his second God Bomb against Kid Buu draws from both Planet Earth and New Namek. However, the Super Ultra Spirit Bomb he used against Omega Shenron was obtained from planets across the universe. What makes this attack all the more amazing is obvious – it’s the literal cosmic upgrade given to the Spirit Bomb – is that Dragon Ball GT set this move up from the start. GT saw Z-Fighters travel to distant worlds in search of the Black Star Dragon Balls at the beginning of the series, while also forging allies along the way. So when Goku needed their energy to create the Super Ultra Spirit Bomb, the Gokus who helped earlier in the anime freely used their powers to help Goku.
The Super Ultra Spirit Bomb is the perfect closing move for the series, as it not only upgrades the Spirit Bomb’s previously established power, but also ties a perfect bow around the entire series by force it back to the beginning of the GT. Dragon Ball GT gave Goku’s ultimate finisher a cosmic upgrade, and arguably the most exciting part of that upgrade is proof of gokuHero’s impact across the universe.