Both Gohan and Goten have grown to be kind-hearted warriors of good like their father, but that's not the only way they take after Goku. Didn't think we'd get this dark right from the start, did you? We can't imagine the kind of trauma that would inflict on young Gohan, but we do see how he copes with it. The Ginyu Force was based on sentai-styled superheroes, as was the Great Saiyaman.
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Fans have gotten the chance to watch Goku, the iconic protagonist of the Dragon Ball franchise, grow from a young boy to a man, creating a growing family of his own with his wife Chi Chi. This includes two sons in Gohan and Goten, each of whom achieved the powerful Super Saiyan transformation to defend Earth from escalating threats. And while Goku's parenting skills have certainly faced scrutiny before, a new fan theory suggests the Saiyan hero may quietly favor one of his sons far more than the other: Gohan.
Around the same time, Vegeta and Bulma have a son of their own, Trunks, a future version of whom had already featured in the Android saga. The young Goten and Trunks form a mostly comedic duo at first, but it's shockingly revealed that both kids have secretly already unlocked their Super Saiyan transformations. Under Piccolo's tutelage, Goten and Trunks become Gotenks, the second Super Saiyan 3 in the series and a fighter of terrifying power.