What is the best Goku has ever done?(read OP)

#1 Posted by Petey_is_Spidey (3024 posts) - - Show Bio

What is the most Goku has ever lifted, because if "he has the strength to take one Superman" or "hulk", he should be strong, right(the truth is, he isn't that stronger than Aquaman)? What is his biggest feat period, that he does on a regular bases, not a one time thing.

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#2 Posted by Morpheus_ (29696 posts) - - Show Bio
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#3 Posted by GTG12 (1548 posts) - - Show Bio

He has lifted ann iceberg before.

#4 Posted by Petey_is_Spidey (3024 posts) - - Show Bio

@GTG12 said:

He has lifted ann iceberg before.

Really. "Well maybe he can take Superman"(SARCASM).

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#5 Posted by GTG12 (1548 posts) - - Show Bio

Quite easily i might add and in the same movie/episode carried like 30 people to safety which would be around like 4 to 5 thousand pounds.

#6 Posted by Petey_is_Spidey (3024 posts) - - Show Bio

@GTG12 said:

Quite easily i might add and in the same movie/episode carried like 30 people to safety which would be around like 4 to 5 thousand pounds.

Wow, Superman could never do that.

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#7 Posted by GTG12 (1548 posts) - - Show Bio

@Petey_is_Spidey:

He may have lifted more but I can't remember if he has. He usually doesn't throw stuff at people he usually punches them.

#8 Posted by Primmaster64 (21073 posts) - - Show Bio

Goku lifted a 6000 ton tree.
 
Gohan lifted a Jetliner.

#9 Posted by CODYSF (2053 posts) - - Show Bio

Dude I think is better to ask the people in Animevice they got more knowledge about this.

#10 Posted by Thorion88 (302 posts) - - Show Bio

Plus it's also remember to use actual feats, which means anime filler/movies shouldn't apply unless directly stating that Goku. Honestly at the most I remember Goku lifting was around 8-10 tons in base in the Otherworld on a planet, when South Kai up the weight to say 40 tons Goku couldn't budge until he went SSJ.

But this is a series where only a 1.25% or so difference in Power Level will determine whether or not a fight with either be a curbstomp or an even fight. And Akira Toriyama himself has stated their is a physical limit to his characters, yet their mastery over Ki allows them to overcome their limitations.

So take that as what you will.

#11 Edited by evilvegeta74 (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

I have no Idea becauswe he can easily destroy a planet, and trained at 100 times the earths gravity in his normal form which would make him extremely strong when you think about it, added to the different levels he powers up to. The would be dangerous for anyone to face Marvel or Dc, depending on if he's acting silly or not, and you know how that usually turns out!

#12 Edited by Yamata (49 posts) - - Show Bio

Goku can lift over 400 tons in post form

#13 Posted by Madkinglord (14 posts) - - Show Bio

@evilvegeta74 said:

I have no Idea becauswe he can easily destroy a planet, and trained at 100 times the earths gravity in his normal form which would make him extremely strong when you think about it, added to the different levels he powers up to. The would be dangerous for anyone to face Marvel or Dc, depending on if he's acting silly or not, and you know how that usually turns out!

Vegeta did 400 times earth gravity and that was before he was a SS so I wouldn't put it past Goku to do better in his base form let alone as a SS.

The DB universe is pretty consistent in power mostly due to it's basic structure, so with this logic Goku is Stronger than every person He's defeated.

Goku's abilities that are usually overlooked on this forum:

He has a Teleportation ability and most importantly he is a martial artist which means he knows how to do more than throw a punch and besides he can sense people, so I'm more interested in how Superman can Beat him.

#14 Edited by MrPuertillo (342 posts) - - Show Bio

Now, he is not lifting he is friking shadow boxing(Remember the gravity in Kai planet is 10 higher than in earth). What's the best Superman can shadow box with??

Density makes that last cube impressively heavy. It's the hardest metal in the universe.

#15 Posted by Primmaster64 (21073 posts) - - Show Bio

That 40 tons thing is actually 400 tons.

#16 Posted by Riiyone (1 posts) - - Show Bio

I read someone say superman can't lift that much, thats an incredible lie. The current record of how much superman can lift is 200 quintillion tons if you don't know how large that is... 1.81437e23

#17 Edited by All_Mighty_Beyonder (1730 posts) - - Show Bio

alright folks !! so Superman can beat Goku at weigth lifting, gooood for him. but it's still meaningless in a real fight. ask any professional boxer, he will tell you that what so ever you lift it doesn't help improve your punching powaaaaa :D

#18 Posted by alcoholbob (1189 posts) - - Show Bio

Lifting feats aren't that important striking feats are more IMO. 1 punch from Goku made this huge hole in King Kai's planet, which has 10x the gravity of the Earth.

#20 Edited by Fallschirmjager (18983 posts) - - Show Bio

@alcoholbob: the increased gravity would amp his striking power, not diminish it - because he has more mass

force = mass x acceleration

moreover, its an alien planet. we have no idea what the composition of it is, or the density etc

the feat is unquantifiable like most DBZ feats.

#21 Edited by alcoholbob (1189 posts) - - Show Bio

@fallschirmjager: Average density of a celestial body is directly related to gravity and radius of the body. How is that unquantifiable? You can only say you don't know density if the impact is limited to a local region, but the punch went through the entire planet, and so is subject to the average density of the planet, not the theoretical density of a single region of the body which you postulate might vary from the the density of another region.

This is as black and white as you can get with a striking feat.

#24 Edited by Fallschirmjager (18983 posts) - - Show Bio

@alcoholbob: If its so black and white tell me exactly how much force he generated.

I'll wait.

(side note, WTF COMICVINE. I had to type this 4 times...fix your bugs)

#25 Edited by alcoholbob (1189 posts) - - Show Bio

Why? It's obvious takes more than 40 tons of force to generate that much, as anyone whose seen a cargo container (around 40 tons) fall on earth does not cause the Earth to collapse on itself and fall out the other side of the planet. I have no interest wasting time measuring pixels and then crunching numbers just to post a number to sate your curiosity since you'd have nothing constructive to say afterwards, let me guess, you would either dismiss my calculations or say my measurements were off some pixels and wrong? I've seen your passive aggressive dismissive argumentative style before, thanks.

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