Since the debut of the Dragon Ball anime series, Toei Animation has been producing feature films based on the franchise since 1986. Seventeen feature films were produced, including three films based on the original Dragon Ball anime, thirteen films based on the sequel series Dragon Ball Z, and seventeenth film commemorating the tenth anniversary of the series. The films were self-contained stories that do not follow the same continuity as their television counterpart, though a few are relatively easy to place within the series' timeline compared to others.
In addition to the animated feature films, there was also a two-episode OVA based on the Family Computer video game and a special short film shown at the Jump Festa titled Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!.
Some characters created for the Dragon Ball series are only seen in various films.
is the main villain in the fifth and sixth Dragon Ball Z films and a minor villain in the OVA special Plan to Destroy the Saiyans. He is the brother of Frieza who travels to Earth in Cooler's Revenge to seek revenge on Goku, who had ruined Cooler's family honor by killing Frieza. Despite transforming into his final form, he is defeated by Super Saiyan Goku. He returns in Return of Cooler, his remains having combined with the Big Gete Star, a sentient planet-sized machine. This gives him the ability to create an indefinite amount of Meta-Coolers, which have the ability to constantly repair and improve upon themselves. He tries to consume the planet New Namek, but he is eventually destroyed by the efforts of Goku and Vegeta. He is later resurrected as a ghost by Dr. Raichi in Plan to Destroy the Saiyans along with Frieza, Slug and Turles but was defeated along with them when Goku and the fighters realized they were ghosts and shouted out that they weren't real. He is voiced by Ryūsei Nakao in the Japanese films and Andrew Chandler in the English versions.He also made a cameo in Dragon Ball GT and on the cover of Fusion Reborn.
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