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Hyper Masenko (激烈魔閃, lit. Raging Fury Demon Flash) is a more powerful version of the Masenko first used by Future Gohan in his Super Saiyan form.


First, Gohan raises his hands and charges a Masenko. Then, he puts more energy into it, and fires a beam much larger than a normal Masenko, inflicting a high amount of damage. He also uses a version fired from the right arm only.

Future Gohan uses this attack during his battle with Future Android 17 and Future Android 18, as seen in one of Future Trunks' flashbacks.[3] After being knocked into rubble by 18, Future Gohan proceeds to evade her energy sphere. He then flies up into the air and fires the Hyper Masenko, stunning the Androids long enough for Future Gohan to escape and hide with Future Trunks.

Present Gohan in his base form uses the one-handed version against Super Saiyan Broly in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming, but Broly dodges it effortlessly.

Appearances in games


Future Gohan fires the Gekiretsu Madan in Budokai Tenkachi 3

The technique is named Hyper Masenko in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, where it is one of Future Gohan's Super Attacks in his Super Saiyan form only fired from his right arm. This one-handed technique is called Gekiretsu Madan in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and Bakuretsuhō Kadan (爆裂砲火弾, lit. Exploding Gunfire Bullet) in Dragon Ball Heroes.

Under the name Gekiretsu Masendan, the technique is used by Present Gohan in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.

Hyper Masenko is also used in the computer game Dragon Ball Online.

The one-handed Hyper Masenko appears in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 under the name Super Explosive Wave (not to be confused with the Super Explosive Wave Evasive Skill) which is used by Future Gohan as one of his Super Skills.

As part of the Masters Pack DLC, the Future Warrior (Xenoverse 2) can learn this technique by completing Future Gohan's Initiation Test.


  • Despite it being named as a variation of the Masenko, the attack's actual kanji does not include the kō (光) kanji at the end.