Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero villains who have drawn the greatest attention in the run-up to the newest Shonen film are The Gammas. The new androids, developed by Dr. Hedo, the great-grandson of Dr. Gero, have a superhero aesthetic that is particularly prominent in the movie this time, which stars Gohan and Vegeta instead of Goku and Vegeta.
If you don’t know the history of the newest androids of the Red Ribbon, they were developed by Dr. Hedo, a young scientist and the grandson of Dr. Gero who thinks he is a far better android developer than his grandfather. Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 have quite the tale to tell in Super Hero because they have a superhero aesthetic and are the most potent androids the Z-Fighters have yet to confront. Aleks Le provided commentary on the new androids by speaking for Gamma 1:
“Their charm, in my opinion, definitely lies in their interactions. their kinship as brothers. They treat each other not only like a family but also as partners in crime. A superficial amount of professionalism is present. They clearly fit the younger- and older-brother stereotypes, as you can see. Additionally, they have two very distinct personality types, which adds to the complexity, depth, and entertainment of their relationship. While Gamma Two is more vivacious, Gamma One is more somber. Between the two, it’s a balancing act, in my opinion.”
In response to this assertion, Zeno Robinson clarified the bond between the superhero siblings as follows:
“They support one another while while keeping each other grounded. That, in my opinion, merely makes for two people that get along incredibly well. It’s quite enjoyable.”
The Gamma brothers are special in that they are anti-heroes who are pushed in a particular route by the manipulation of the Red Ribbon Army’s higher-ups; as a result, their destiny outside of this most recent film may be very different from their introduction.