Dragon Ball Z: 10 Times Goku Become A Super Villain

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Goku is supposed to be the hero of Dragon Ball Z. He is a powerful Saiyan with the integrity, determination, and grit to protect the Earth. He is often the one thing that stands between the bad guys and the complete destruction of the planet as we know it.
He does protect the Earth, but he often puts the Earth in danger. He makes questionable decisions that often lead to his becoming a part of the villains more than he is the superheroes. Often this is a result of his borderline obsession with training to become more powerful and skilled. We get it, you need to train to get better. However, you shouldn’t train at the expense of the planet.
Like the time during Universal Survival where Goku was willing to risk the destruction of planets in order to fight. Planets were literally being wiped out of the universe and Goku was okay with that.
Goku also often angers his opponents by picking unnecessary fight with them. This leads to their getting angry at humanity and wanting to take out their anger and frustration on Earth. In Universe Six Tournament, and Future Trunks arc, he instigates. As a result, Earth could be destroyed. A superhero does not put people in danger to further their own agenda, but a villain will.
Goku even puts his own son Gohan’s life in danger by trying to make him stronger. Probably not the best father move.
These are only a few instances of Goku going to the dark side and we have plenty more where these came from.
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