What is the difference between Vegito and Gogeta?
Vegito is a fusion of Goku (from planet Earth) and Vegeta.
Gogeta is a fusion of Gohan and Goku.
The primary difference between Vegito and Gogeta in the Dragon Ball series lies in their power level, which is empirically proven by both Vegeto and Gogeta being able to defeat Broly in his Legendary Super Saiyan form without using any effort. While this may seem to be unfair, it can’t be denied that Gogeta has much greater power than those of vegeta… or goku for that matter.
Vegito is a fusion of Goku and Vegeta. Gogeta is a fusion of Goku and Vegeta, fused with Gohan, Trunks, and Goten for extra strength.
Gogeta results when the Blusa Potara earrings are linked by two pairs to create an infinite amount (hence the name) of each character. Vegeto is created from using just his opponents as souls (Trunks or Goten), but then that was all he needed to beat Buu anyways! Vegito has more power than Gogeta because he can also use his own soul.
Vegito is the fusion of Goku and Vegeta, while Gogeta is the fusion of Goku and Vegeta. The Sons of Vegetto are the children of Vegito, and they consist of 3 Spitzers (named Gogeta Jr.,Jugem Jugum, and Birus), 2 Zangos (named Shin Jajeeh’sen & Saja Dee; one who appears in DragonBall GT)
Vegeta is a powerful Saiyan warrior that first appeared in Dragon Ball Episode #1. Son to King Vegeta Series One Unit Zero he was sent to Earth as a baby with his older brother Tarble, but both were killed by Ape Kanlon s energy wave.