Hello folks, let’s welcome you to a thrilling and magnificent story of Broly, also known as the Legendary Super Saiyan. We’ll also go through the movies that have showcased him, giving you a look at his story from the start, although the actual history is revealed in the last movie, which ties up the narrative from previous ones.
Broly first appeared in a movie called “Bio-Broly,” which wasn’t great and did not fully explore who Broly is and what he’s capable of. The second movie, “Broly: Second Coming,” covered the story of Broly in that present moment again. And again, there’s no such plot to the story, but we got to see some great entertaining action-packed thrills, such as Gohan, Goten, and Goku combining in a Kamehameha wave to shoot down Broly.
Then came the third movie, “Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan,” which gave much impetus to the story and Broly himself compared to previous movies. The plot of the story focused on the Z fighters as they move out to capture The Legendary Super Saiyan wreaking havoc across different galaxies. Meanwhile, Z fighters meet Broly and his father, Paragus, without knowing that Broly is the one they’re hunting down, which they eventually find out. In this movie, we get some information about Broly, his mental instability, and also his history with Goku and a grudge over their encounter in their childhood as they were infants. Broly gets triggered at seeing Goku, resulting in a huge battle among them.
Then comes the fourth movie, “Dragon Ball Super: Broly,” which actually has an amazing story and talks us through the origins and history of Broly while also taking us back to some history of Planet Vegeta and the annihilation of Saiyans by Frieza. It’s also the best movie that the franchise has ever made. The sequence of actions is just brilliant to watch, making it the best one by far.
Broly wasn’t at first considered a part of Dragon Ball canon or a true Dragon Ball Series, we can say, but with this movie, everything changed, as the loose strings of history started to layer up and fill up the holes of the past history of Saiyans.
Well, this article is just about the history of Broly, so we’ll focus on that part more. In this history of the movie, we first got to see the Saiyans, who were a warrior race living on Planet Vegeta. We also got to see Frieza, a tyrant, who used to conquer planets in order to profit himself. He also used to add Saiyans to his team to make him stronger but ultimately grew jealous of their power. In the meantime, Paragus became the father of a child, Broly.
Broly was born on the same day as Kakarot (known as Goku later on). He was Bardock’s son, and while Kakarot was born with a very low level, Broly, on the other hand, was born with a huge one.
Legends had foretold about the Legendary Super Saiyan, which grew fear among Frieza and King Vegeta, who ordered to execute the boy named Broly. Paragus begged the King to spare them, but he did not listen to any of it, which angered Paragus as they had to leave.
On the same day, Frieza destroyed the whole Saiyan world, which resulted in the entire Saiyan race being wiped out. Although Broly had enough power to save himself and his father, and they flew to another world. Apart from them, only a few Saiyans survived.
As Broly grew, he became more and more powerful, which made even his father afraid of him. Paragus had only one thing in his mind, to destroy Vegeta to avenge his father. He had control over Broly for the time being as well, so he thought he could rule the world. Well, that did not turn out well as Broly lost his cool (and Paragus lost control) when he saw Kakarot, because they shared a bed when they were infants, and Kakarot used to cry, which made Broly angry. It resulted in a great fight, which we saw in the movie “Broly: the Legendary Super Saiyan.”
So the last movie made those fallen cut-out stories pile up together, resulting in the mesmerizing story and entertainment of the highest level. Also, some realities and histories came through for all DBZ fans who were so eager to look out for one. That’s all from here then, hope you liked it. (Only grammar mistakes have been corrected.)