|Super Galick Gun|
Sūpā Gyarikku Hō
|Alternate names||Super Garlic Cannon|
Super Garlic Gun
|Debut||"The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks!"|
|Color||& or &|
|Similar techniques||Galick Gun|
To perform the Super Galick Gun, the user places his hands up to his side and forms energy between his hands. Then, he fires a Galick Gun that is bigger and much more powerful than the normal version, inflicting a huge amount of damage. The Old Kai warns that a single charged Super Galick Gun would outright destroy the planet.
Great Ape Baby first uses an uncharged version of the attack that causes enough damage to the Earth to be visible from New Planet Plant. He fires another uncharged version of the attack at Super Saiyan 4 Goku, hitting him instead of the Earth. Great Ape Baby later uses the fully-charged version of this attack to hit Goku when Gohan, Goten, Trunks and Pan give some of their energy to Goku. Goku avoids the attack, but it hits all of the other Saiyans at once. Baby Vegeta uses the Super Galick Gun one final time against Goku during a straight forward fight but to avail.
Appearances in Video GamesEdit
In the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series, the Super Galick Gun appears as Great Ape Vegeta's Ultimate Blast and one of Golden Great Ape Baby Vegeta's Blast 2 attacks. Great Ape King Vegeta also uses the Super Galick Gun as one of his Blast 2 attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, with the technique being charged and fired in stances very similar to the Orga Blaster he uses in his base form.
Great Ape Baby also uses the attack in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Continuous Super Galick Gun – In a crazed attempt to destroy Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Great Ape Baby launched a rapid fire of many energy bullets, each of which are inferior in firepower when compared to the Galick Gun and the Super Galick Gun. However, they can still inflict hefty damage.