And Goku's the original Super Saiyan we see in the series, as i've said multiple times now. What semantics? You're literally the one who is disagreeing with me and trying to argue the point. Talking about semantics.
What? I fail to see why an angry Goku wouldn't have access to the same power that he'd have normally, in which case he'd still be able to destroy a planet.
Bloodthirsty means you want that person's blood, which means you want to cause that person pain. What are you talking about? You couldn't possibly get a person's blood through violence without causing them pain.
Not when Goku, as i've covered, is the original Legendary Super Saiyan, the entire reason that this plot point was written into the show, and is the freaking main character of the show Everyone is a person he should eventually be capable of beating. Broly wasn't dead by the end of the first film, as revealed in the second film, but Goku still beat him regardless. Once more, walls that characters strive to overcome are literally meant to be overcome eventually. That's the purpose they serve. They're not supposed to be around as walls for that character forever. That makes no sense. When did I say that every villain has to die? I didn't. I'm saying that Broly would have to die at some point, as long as he remained a villain. The longer he's around as a villain, the more he'd have to die. As a movie villain, him dying just becomes more logical/necessary.
I don't know who Icarus is and I already outlined why the films not being connected to the original story matters in the case of what we're discussing. Yeah, they can do whatever they want. That's obvious and I never said they couldn't. That's not the issue here, whether they can or can't do it. It's whether they should bother trying to. I also listed a number of other reasons.
Other movies doing worse isn't license to do whatever you want as a creator either and is actually terrible reasoning. The fact is that not killing Broly wouldn't have made anymore sense than not killing Cooler, Lord Slug, or any other film villain. None of these guys had the ability to last in the long run, therefore they didn't. They weren't even created to last and these films aren't made for them to last.
Huh? Are you trolling ? You know exactly what he means by original . Unless you don't know the definition of the word , ok but Goku is not the original super sayian ....Original means existing from the beginning ;first or earliest. By that definition he is not the original super sayian according to DBZ lore....