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superman vs goku by xikinight superman vs goku by xikinight
superman vs goku! hell of a fight, dont you think?
so i made this picture because of the drawing that mikemaluk did about the same thing! it was my inspiration this awesome fight!
ok so i didnt made this of my mind but when i made a research to do this picture i capture two cool images to my drawn! one of the superman and the other of goku! and their they are! i hope you like it and comment please!!!! this drawn was made also because of the debate that happen about this fight in the deviation of mikemaluk! ok thanks and enjoy it! peace
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:iconwnter06:
wnter06 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2016
Superman vs Goku:D (Big Grin) 
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DW13-COMICS Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016
It WOULD be one helluva fight!
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err, I guess... ^^;
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segamarvel Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2015
What if when Goku fought Superman something along these lines happened.

Goku flies over to kick/punch Superman and his fist/foot comes within an inch of his face but Goku stops noticing Superman's gaze staring down. Not even trying to block or dodge the attack. Not because it wouldn't hurt him but because he doesn't care even if it did hurt him. He's simply tired of fighting. Goku can't bring himself to fight an unwilling opponent since that goes against his honor. You can't claim victory over someone if they didn't even try to fight back. Not only does that take the fun out of it but it also simply goes against his honor. By choosing to not fight at all Superman has taken away any excuse Goku has to beat him. Superman would use his "soul" vision and see that Goku is a good person. Goku would test Clark by having him stand on the nimbus cloud. Proving he's pure of heart. They shake hands become buddys and Goku realizes one simple thing about Clark. He isn't a fighter. Never was. He fights to protect others. He could care less what you do to him. Goku can't force him to fight. But he can calmly ask for a friendly "spar". They would go in the "highberbolic time chamber" and everyone would hear/feel shockwaves even from the other side. They would both come out battered and beaten and Goku's friends would ask "who won?" and they would both just smile and give a vague answer that basically either means a tie or something and ends right there as a happy ending like the end of a comic.

It would be awesome to see any part of this in a pic. Could you draw a version of them in one of these scenes? Particually the beginning where Clarks is sadly looking down and Goku stops his attack in mid air.
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segamarvel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
I vote they be friends.
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:icontreyarch-2014:
Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Been there, Done MILLIONS OF TIMES already. Superman... will... always... WIN... against Goku.
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:iconyojimbo1989:
Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
Nope
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:icontreyarch-2014:
Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Goku was defeated by Superman in Screwattack's Death Battle, TWICE, in a row.
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segamarvel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Guys guys! Can't we just accept both these guys are badasses and leave it at that?
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:iconyojimbo1989:
Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
And they used the same faulty logic, TWICE in a row
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:iconsegamarvel:
segamarvel Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Guys guys! Can't we just accept both these guys are badasses and leave it at that?
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:iconyojimbo1989:
Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015
Sure, but what annoys me is people taking Screwattacks word as the be all and and all of everything, when a lot of the research that they do is flawed
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segamarvel Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015
Personally I don't care about the research. The writer determines who would win in a fight. If I want Batman to lose to a kid with a rock then he will lose. Its comics. Though I'm not gonna lie I was rooting for superman. Regardless if Goku would actually beat him or not. Superman's the true hero for me.
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TheAngryRampardos2 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
This ^ :iconthumbsupplz:
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
In both cases they used an invalid argument in Superman's case (Superman has limits and Goku does not), not to mention they massively lowballed Goku's stats and took all the best feats of Superman (without analysing how his abilities actually work) and even flat out misrepresented some of his feats (Superman did not lift infinite weight). 
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Mark-Wilder Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
Superman doesn't have limits. That's a cornerstone of his character. And yes, they DID analyze their abilities. Superman did lift infinite weight. (twice, in fact) The whole point of him is growing to accept his infinite potential.
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
No Superman does have limits, he's limited by how much solar radiation he absorbs. Because the amount of solar radiation differs from place to place, so to does his power. If Superman were truly without any limitations he would be able to beat anyone in the DC universe regardless of time, location or circumstance, which he can't. Many characters like: Imperiex Prime, the Anti-Monitor, Yuga Khan, Lucifer Morningstar (and his brother), The Spectre, The Presence, Nekron, these are all characters that could kill Superman in a one-on-one confrontation fairly easily. 

Now for his abilities, most people when doing an analysis of both characters do so incorrectly. For example one person on fatal fiction used a "Base Superman" then proceeded to highlight some of his best feats, such as travelling from Vega to Earth in 1 min, or surviving a supernova etc. the trouble is that the term "Base Superman" has no meaning when considering how his abilities actually work, since the amount of solar radiation differs from place to place so do his stats.

As for the infinite weight thing, no he didn't: in the case of lifting the Spectre, this doesn't count for two reasons

1 - The Spectre words were "The Spectre's body is a cosmic conciousness, a conciousness containing eternity itself and eternity is heavy"

Not infinity, eternity. Eternity is a measure of time, it does not have a weight, even if it did the amount it weighs is unquantifiable, only that it's heavy.

2 - Superman didn't lift the Spectre on his own, he had help from both Wonder Woman and the Green Lantern

For the book of infinite pages, again this book did not have infinite pages, the book in question contained every book in the history of the DC 52-multiverse. The exact words used were "A book of infinite pages" followed by "This book contains every book possible" The line infinite pages was a hyperbole, if book had the contents of every book ever written in the space of one book it would seem like an infinite amount of pages. But every book ever written across 52 universes is still a finite amount. In fact given that there are 130 million different books that have been written in our universe and that the average weight of a book is 0.5-0.8kg multiply that number by 130 million and then 52 (to account for the 52 universes) and then by one million (assuming an average of 1 million copies of each book were printed) then the number comes out to by 10^{14}-10^{15}kg, still significantly less than what it takes to move the moon, nevermind the Earth

Also, and this applies to both cases, there is no such thing as infinite weight, it's completely infeasible even in the realm of comic books. If something did have infinite weight then it would have an infinitely strong gravity field which would cause the entire universe to collapse.

No Superman has no limits, he doesn't have limitless potential. The definition of a limit is either "a restriction on the size or amount of something permissible or possible" or "a point or level beyond which something does not or may not extend or pass". In that sense, with enough time Superman indeed has no limits on his stats since the amount of solar radiation he can absorb has no limits, however there is the problem, Superman would always be dependent on the amount of solar radiation he absorbs and would always require time to reach that point (if not he would already be Superman-Prime). The definition of potential is "The inherent ability or capacity for growth, development or future success", because Superman would always be the same Superman and would always require a sundip to reach higher levels and the right amount of time to do so, means that he doesn't have limitless potential. Quite the opposite, it means that he has reached his full potential. Goku on the other hand always overcomes any and all opposition, regardless of any circumstances. Whether it's from increasing his stats through training or learning a new technique or finding or learning from a fight, he always finds a way to overcome his limitations. In that sense Goku is a man with limitless potential. So what happens when you place someone who has reached their full potential against someone whose potential has no limits? Well then only one can go further beyond.

There are many other faults with Screwattack's Goku vs Superman analysis, they massively lowballed Goku's stats in the first video and they misrepresented a lot of what Superman did (he didn't tank a force equal to 50 supernovas, he fled from that because it would have incinerated him, he was heavily injured for some time after being knocked through a red sun into a planet etc.), I'll be happy to point out a complete list of them if you want 
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Mark-Wilder Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
_"Superman didn't lift the Spectre on his own, he had help from both Wonder Woman and the Green Lantern"_

Actually, it was just Wonder Woman, and the Spectre's weigh it directly stated to be infinite.

_"No Superman does have limits, he's limited by how much solar radiation he absorbs."_

An assuption that is easily debunked by the fact that Superman survived an explosion that could literally destroy a galaxy.
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2015
No the exact words of the Spectre were and I quote

"They're two of the mightiest beings in the universe and yet the weight of my unconscious form was nearly too much for them. The Spectre's body you see is composed of consciousness; a cosmic consciousness that contains eternity itself and eternity is heavy" 

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Like I've eternity measures time, not mass, the only thing that we have to go on is that eternity is heavy

And where did he survive an explosion that could destroy a galaxy? I assume you mean that time when he absorbed enough anti-sunlight to destroy half a galaxy, but again that was purely circumstantial. He doesn't have access to that kind of power immediately. Also I should explain that I'm talking about the Modern version of Superman, it's true Pre-Crisis Superman can survive galaxy level attacks, but not Post-Crisis
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Mark-Wilder Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
All you are doing is making up excuses for your unwillingness to face the facts. You just proved your own argument to be totally false.
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theTruthson Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2015
Goku wins

Karate Kid beat pre crisis superman

Goku is karate kid on steriods

Even dc comics knows martial artist like goku beat superman


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mikdiesel Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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GreyFox1985 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Whover wins....the planet is doomed.







Superman all the way ^_^
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IizaMuggyhealer Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
Superman would win, he is hands down the most powerful character ever 
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Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Arguably you're wrong. There's a lot of people that can defeat the Man of Steel. A few good examples might be Galactus w/ or w/o the Ultimate Nullifier, Thanos w/ either the IG (Infinity Gauntlet) or the HOTU (Heart of the Universe) or neither, Optimus Prime (at his best he can level the entire multiverse, for proof just look up Transformers Alternity, and finally... TOAA (The One Above All)
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IizaMuggyhealer Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
I answered this before I started watching Dragon Ball (Late fan)

but even still Superman is so strong he lifted the Multiverse and Infinity, all you have to do is youtube SupermanVSGoku round 2 and you'll see, now that being said, I know there are circumstances where Goku would win but in a one on one fight with both fighting a full power Superman will win 
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Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Uh man... this is TOAA and Alternity Optimus Prime we're talking about. TOAA has the power of plot, which means that no matter how strong or powerful you are, you can't escape of what will be written (what will happen) next, and as for Alternity Optimus Prime, two words: TIME TRAVEL, he can travel back in time to a point where Superman is not considered that all powerful against him. So yeah, that's why they can beat him. Oh yeah, just to be clear on TOAA, he basically described as an OMNIPOTENT, OMNISCIENCE (the state of having knowledge of everything), and also OMNIPRESENT (the property of being present everywhere) being.
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IizaMuggyhealer Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015
...Wat?
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:icontreyarch-2014:
Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
/_- Seriously? You didn't understand what I said?
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IizaMuggyhealer Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015
I don't follow Transformers 
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Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
And going back to your comment of being confused of what I described about Optimus' abilities, I just want to clarify one thing that Superman DOESN'T have, TIME TRAVEL. Optimus has that kind of ability because of his advanced technology of the Timaeus Engine, and that is a big disadvantage for the Man of Steel. Why? Basically Optimus can just go back in time to defeat Superman, where he is in a weaker state. So yeah, Superman's basically dead meat.
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Treyarch-2014 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Well... at least TRY to take some time to research at least.
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thatrandomguy3 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
i would say even though im a goku fan superman would win sorry
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
See above
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MaryKelly10 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
so cool they're both so strong hard to tell who would win
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Goku would win for reasons I mentioned above
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grgbpm Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
goku win ^^
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spongesoniccomics Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013
Can't you two just make up and be friends?

I mean, you two already blew up the Earth with your epic, awe-inspiring, universe-shattering fight to the death.

Don't you think that's enough for one day?
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jozarto Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My manga main character can beat Superman!

#number15manga
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Mecha-Naruto-Owner Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2013
If Superman is stronger than goku then that means he's stronger than vegeta and broly too
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Keytee-chan Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
But in my IMAGINATION Goku's stronger than Superman in IMAGINATION of Superman Creators))
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Mecha-Naruto-Owner Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014
what?
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geeknerd22ducks Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013
Goku vs Superman death battle is misleading. Screw Attack made up their own formula to calculate Goku's power. It's a lie. geeknerd22ducks.wordpress.com/…
Screw Attack also said Goku couldn't teleport easily, but that's a lie too. They used Kid Buu blowing up the earth and Goku failing to teleport as an example of that, but Goku was trying to get to Supreme Kai who lives in a dimension far away outside the cosmos sphere which takes longer and is harder to do. Furthermore Goku was freaking out his sons were about to die and the world was about to end. Goku has teleported in battle before many times fighting Buu, Cell, rescuing Piccolo and Tien from Cell, and even in Battle of gods against Birusu. As for Superman destroying a solar system, that was Pre Crisis Superman and he did it after magic dust gave him the power to. Superman fans take everything of context. Superman does have limits too. He almost died before from absorbing too much solar energy at once in All Star Superman when he rescued a scientist's spaceship from falling into the sun.
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Mecha-Naruto-Owner Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2013
God this whole "death battle calculated goku's power wrong" is getting old
just accept that superman is more powerful than goku
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Yojimbo1989 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
Whether or not Superman is more powerful than Goku is purely circumstantial, depending on how much solar radiation he absorbs. Not only did they calculate Goku's power level incorrectly, the very core of there argument is flawed, namely that Goku has limits and Superman doesn't. If Superman were well and truly without any and all limitations he would be able to beat anyone in the DC universe regardless of time, location or circumstance, which he can't. Many characters in the DC universe, such as The Spectre, Lucifer Morningstar (and his brother), Imperiex Prime, The Presence, Yuga Khan, the Anti-Monitor and Nekron could beat Superman in a one-on-one Death Battle style confrontation fairly easily. Superman needs time to absorb solar radiation, he might have no limitations on how much solar radiation he absorbs, but not immediately. If that were the case he'd already be Superman Prime.  
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Mecha-Naruto-Owner Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015
How did they calculate goku's power incorrectly?
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