Frieza raises his hand upward and gathers yellow energy into his hand. He then aims his arm at the desired target and emits an energy wave at the target, inflicting a large amount of damage.
Usage and Power
After Future Trunks transforms into a Super Saiyan, Mecha Frieza blasts him with the Death Blaster to no effect. Mecha Frieza, furious to see Future Trunks has sustained no damage, fires the Death Blaster a second time at Trunks, who easily counters it. King Cold is also shocked at Frieza attempting to use the attack, remarking "You'll destroy us all!" when firing it a second time, implying that the attack would have severely devastated the area they were in.
In the animated version of Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock, Chilled uses the Supernova-type Death Blaster against Bardock, but his attack is overwhelmed by Bardock's Rebellion Trigger and Chilled is defeated.
Video Game Appearances
The Death Blaster was named in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, where it is one of Mecha Frieza's Super Attacks. In Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, Meta-Cooler uses a Death Blaster technique which is a smaller variant of the Supernova.