Big Bang Attack
From Dragon Ball Encyclopedia, the ''Dragon Ball'' wiki
Vegeta extends his arm, opens his palm, and turns his hand up at a 90 degree angle (as if to signal "Stop"). He then powers up and fires a powerful whitish-yellow sphere of energy at his opponent. Finally, the energy sphere creates an enormous explosion upon contact, leaving a huge mushroom cloud.
Appearance and power
The Big Bang Attack has several different colors. White is the standard and usual color. In some games, the Big Bang Attack, even while in the Super Saiyan state, is whitish-blue.
Vegeta can charge this attack to be moderately faster and more powerful in Dragon Ball Z: Super Sonic Warriors 2 at which time it has a pink color.
Vegeta can increase the size and strength of his Big Bang Attack in Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II.
It turns into a red yellow and white "bomb" at level three in Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury.
Dragon Ball Z
Like the Final Flash, the Big Bang Attack officially debuted during the Androids Saga, but a similar unnamed version is used during the Namek Saga in Vegeta's second fight against Zarbon. Vegeta used a double-handed version of the Big Bang Attack against Zarbon.
Vegeta first used the official Big Bang Attack against Artificial Human No. 19 during the same battle that he first fought as a Super Saiyan. The attack totally annihilated the evil Artificial Human and left only his head remaining.
Perfect Cell Saga
Cell Games Saga
During the Kamehameha duel between Son Gohan in his Super Saiyan 2 form and Super Perfect Cell, Vegeta used a similar attack to distract Super Perfect Cell, so that Gohan could launch all of his power to destroy the evil Artificial Human, although the technique was yellow and differently shaped.
Kid Boo Saga
Vegeta in his Super Saiyan 2 form used a variation of this form of the attack to try to stop Kid Boo, but to no effect as the Majin was able to reshape himself around the beam.
Dragon Ball GT
Vegeta, possessed by Baby, used an altered variation of the technique wherein the attack was reshaped into a beam and launched with the Final Flash stance. The attack power remained the same, but now had the properties of a beam attack rather than an explosive attack, similar to Vegetto's version and Vegeta's version during the Kid Boo Saga.
Shadow Dragon Saga
Big Bang Attack appeared in Dragon Ball Heroes.