Frieza’s true form Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Z Frieza’s Death Ball Statue

Frieza's true form Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Z Frieza's Death Ball Statue

Dragon Ball Z Frieza’s (True Form) Death Ball Statue

This Frieza’s true form Statue looks amazing, nice quality and all over pretty cool. In this statue Frieza show his Death Ball to destroy planets with 1 finger. Freeza, more commonly spelled as Frieza, is the main antagonist of the Dragon Ball Z franchise. While most other major villains are killing machines who were created to be evil, Frieza is a knowledgeable being, fully capable of reasoning, and commits all of his atrocities expressly out of his own free will. He is also the archenemy of both Goku and Vegeta due to him destroying their home planet as well as their fellow Saiyans. He is the descendant of Chilled, the second son of King Cold, the younger brother of Cooler, and the father of Kuriza. Frieza is the main antagonist of the entire franchise as his actions led to multiple conflicts and is even considered Goku’s greatest foe and arch nemesis. He has made several comebacks since his fight with Goku on Namek, including multiple invasions of Earth. Recently, he has been chosen to represent Universe 7 as the 10th member of Team Universe 7 for the Tournament of Power as a replacement for Good Buu. This makes him the most recurring villain of the Dragon Ball series.

After the events of the Tournament of Power, he is revived and recovers his title as Emperor of Universe 7. Frieza is the main antagonist of the Namek, Frieza, Trunks, Gods of the Universe, and Golden Frieza Sagas. He is also the main antagonist of the Dragon Ball Z: Bardock – The Father of Goku special and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection “F” film. He later serves as a villainous protagonist in the Universe Survival Saga and secondary antagonist in the Broly Saga. Frieza is capable of moving at superhuman speeds, flying, and has quick reflexes. Like most characters in the series, he can harness a supernatural energy known as Ki and manipulate it into powerful and devastating concussive beams of said energy, with which he is able to destroy planets with relative ease. Some of Frieza’s signature ki techniques include the Death Beam (Desu Bīmu), a sharp piercing beam from his finger, and the Death Ball (Desu Bōru), a large energy sphere he used to destroy Planet Namek and previous to that, Planet Vegeta.

Frieza lights a spark of energy on his index finger. Once enough energy is gathered, this spark may grow to the size of a small moon and is thrown towards the target. Typically, this attack is used to destroy planets or as a last-ditch effort to kill an opponent. He is capable of surviving in the vacuum of space, and also seems to possess some form of telekinesis, being able to lift opponents without touching them and cause them to explode. Frieza’s power was so great over time, that his body could not comfortably contain it and a series of physical transformations were developed that limit his actual strength. While changing shape from his “first-form“, each alteration builds on the previous. In all, Frieza has 3 transformed states, each with increasing power, some larger than others and each resulting in different physical attributes, although the 2 transformed states (along with his first form) were merely to suppress Frieza’s power, and that his 4th transformed state is actually his true form, while a 5th further transformation (Golden Frieza) that he discovered after his four months of training actually increases his power drastically and lets out most of his latent strength. Dragon Ball Z Frieza’s Death Ball Statue sizes: 6 inches / 15 cm x 6 inches / 15 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm.


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