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This article is about the good half of Innocent Buu. For the original fat form of Buu, see Innocent Buu.

Good Buu

Anime
Manga

ブウ()
ミスター・ブウ

Majin Bū (Zen)
Misutā Bū

Manga name

Djinn Boo
Majin Boo[1]
Great Lord of Lords

Occupation

Martial Artist

Good Buu (ブウ(),Majin Bū (Zen), lit. "Demon Person Boo (Good)"),[4] also known mainly as Majin Buu, is the result of the Innocent Buu using fission to split into good and evil halves. He would go on to become a member of the Z Fighters and live with Mr. Satan. After the battle against the pure Majin Buu, Buu is referred to as Buu instead of Majin Buu and to the world he becomes Mr. Buu.

Good Buu possesses the Grand Supreme Kai (,Dai Kaiōshin, lit. "Great God of the Kings of the Worlds*) as part of his being and eventually temporarily awakened this part of himself.

Overview

Traits

Due to Innocent Buu splitting into Good Buu and Evil Buu, Good Buu became a "different life-form"[10] from the original Kid Buu and Innocent Buu forms, and lost many of the unique capabilities of the original Majin.

He became an entity of pure good, due to Innocent Buu's evil manifesting as Evil Buu, he lost the ability to absorb using his body and needed to turn others into chocolate in order to accomplish an "absorption" and he no longer needed to hibernate for incredibly long periods of time - instead entering an unwaking sleep for a brief period of time. Upon his initial appearance he also lost his ability to power up through anger (as Evil Buu was the embodiment of Buu's wrath), but later regained it after being spat out by Kid Buu.

Good Buu possess the Grand Supreme Kai and some of his godly power as part of his being. With assistance from the Galactic Patrol he fully awakened this part of himself. However after the defeat of Moro the Grand Supreme Kai became dormant once more, with Good Buu forgetting his time as the deity.

Personality

Good Buu is an entity of pure good, and is very kind, caring, and playful. Once he was absorbed by Evil Buu, his playful and childish traits manifest in Super Buu and Kid Buu respectively. During his second battle against Gotenks, Gotenks was preparing the Super Ghosts of his Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack for battle. Piccolo showed Gotenks that Buu had already regenerated from the last Super Ghost attack. Super Buu was also lying on his stomach, drinking a soda (though it looked like a milkshake) and reading a magazine, much to Gotenks' fury and embarrassment. Also, when Goku and Vegeta were preparing for battle, Kid Buu was sleeping (as Buu only needs a little time to rest), much to Goku's surprise. More importantly, due to his connection with Mr. Satan he had influence to stop him from killing the former as Super Buu and later Kid Buu. For this reason, he also responded to Videl's request to be patient due to being Mr. Satan's daughter; though it wasn't enough to stop him from killing her. While mildly annoying to Super Buu, it infuriated Kid Buu enough that he spat him out as soon as he was able to. Despite his good nature, it is shown in Dragon Ball Super that when he is hungry, Good Buu can be foul tempered and grumpy like when he interrupted Mr. Satan's press conference and is also shown to be quite gluttonous as he selfishly refused to share one of his pudding cups with Beerus. He also gets angry much like his original counterparts especially when loved ones are hurt or dead, such as Mr. Satan. However, these negative traits could be attributed to his childlike personality.

Thanks to the Galactic Patrol, Good Buu regained the memories of his past life as Grand Supreme Kai, showing extreme anger at Moro killing the friends he had as Grand Supreme Kai.

Biography

Dragon Ball Z

Majin Buu Saga

Main articles: Majin Buu Saga, Fusion Saga, and Kid Buu Saga

After taming the Innocent Buu, it seemed that the world is saved by Mr. Satan. All is well until the two gunmenVan Zant and Smitty arrive with the goal of taking on Buu and shoot Bee as he is playing with Buu. This causes Buu to become more enraged than he has ever been, but this anger is quelled by Mr. Satan's disposing of the two gunmen and taking Bee back to Buu to be healed. The situation seems fixed as Buu rebuilds his house in the shape of Bee and Mr. Satan resumes his maid tasks. Buu now seems fully changed, playing with Bee and even asking Mr. Satan to sit and eat with him. Mr. Satan even destroys the fake pictures of Buu defeated that he had taken. This lasts until the gunman who shot Bee returns and shoots Mr. Satan in the chest. Buu is able to heal him but the pain of losing his best friend is so great that he struggles to control his anger. Finally, Buu loses control of his anger, and splits into Good Buu and Evil Buu. The evil leaves Buu in the form of a giant cloud taking most of his power with it, and Good Buu watches as the cloud takes form and becomes Evil Buu. A battle soon ensues between the two Buus, the Evil Buu dominates over the Good Buu. Good Buu is ultimately turned into chocolate, after Evil Buu reflects his Transfiguration Beam, and devoured causing them to re-merge into one being, Super Buu.

Though Super Buu is almost pure evil, Good Buu is still able to affect his actions slightly, preventing him from attacking Mr. Satan, Bee, and Videl on multiple occasions. He is later removed from Super Buu by Vegeta, and once the power of the Kais was removed from him, Super Buu reverted to the insane creature "created" by Bibidi, Kid Buu (the original Majin Buu). Although Good Buu is no longer connected with Kid Buu, his presence alone prevents the other Buu from attacking Mr. Satan and Bee on the Sacred World of the Kai until he is spat out.

"Me big Buu, why little Buu stronger?"
— Good Buu while fighting Kid Buu

Good Buu is extremely pleased to see Bee and Mr. Satan are still alive, and then steps in the fight to defend Mr. Satan, and even though Kid Buu is far more powerful, he is able to land a few good hits on him due to his increased strength. He holds Kid Buu off while Goku and Vegeta ready the Super Spirit Bomb to defeat Kid Buu. Good Buu and Kid Buu battle ferociously, neither one of them backing down, with both Buus performing many techniques, such as the Multi-Form, Chocolate Beam, and more, but Kid Buu is clearly stronger, toying with Good Buu during the fight. After a hard battle, Good Buu is defeated by Kid Buu and presumed dead, so Vegeta battles Kid Buu while Goku readies the Spirit Bomb. The Spirit Bomb is finally formed after much delay, but Goku is unable to launch it due to Kid Buu holding Vegeta hostage.

Kid Buu prepares a final Planet Burst attack to kill Goku, when suddenly Good Buu appears again, not quite beaten yet. He and Mr. Satan rush into the battle, as Good Buu tackles Kid Buu, causing him to throw the attack without aim and misses, while Mr. Satan rescues Vegeta after Good Buu orders him to do so and gets him to safety. Goku throws the Spirit Bomb and after some struggle, the monster is finally defeated and the universe is saved. After the battle, Goku uses the Dragon Balls and wishes for no earthling to remember the havoc wreaked on the world by Majin Buu. In addition, in order to ensure that Buu not unleash a similar horror to Kid Buu again, Mr. Satan also forbade Good Buu from either getting angry ever again or at the very least not unleash his anger. Soon after, Good Buu is given the name Mr. Buu, and joins in the celebration of his evil counterpart's defeat at Capsule Corporation.

Dragon Ball Super

God of Destruction Beerus Saga

Main article: God of Destruction Beerus Saga

Six months after Kid Buu's defeat and being erased from the Earthlings' minds, Buu interrupts Mr. Satan's press conference at the Satan House furiously stating he was hungry. Without having a clue who Buu is, Mr. Satan took advantage of this and told the world that Majin Buu is a space soldier that went to Earth to be trained by him. After storming out, Mr. Satan leaves his conference to calm Buu down and give him a massage.

Buu attends Bulma's birthday party on a cruise ship. Buu starts to eat all the food before the party starts and Bulma gets angry over this. Mr. Satan tells Buu that Bulma has a massive feast specifically for him and that he needs to wait. Buu continues to eat throughout the party. When Beerus is on Earth, he is interested to try pudding which Buu had enough of. Beerus asked for at least one to taste it but Buu refused to give him one, angering Beerus. Mr. Satan tries to tell Buu to give him one but Beerus and Buu blasted him away for interrupting. Buu and Beerus faced off: Buu gave hits to Beerus but they simply didn't have any effect on him. Buu was tossed around by Beerus' speed and was blasted into the ocean. Buu tries several times afterward to hit Beerus but continues to get taken out. Buu later watches the battle between Super Saiyan GodGoku and Beerus.

Golden Frieza Saga

Main article: Golden Frieza Saga

After Frieza's revival, he states King Cold forbade Frieza from challenging two warriors, Lord Beerus and Majin Buu. Upon hearing from Sorbet that Goku beat Majin Buu, he decided to train to obtain his Golden Form. When Mr. Satan and Bee left the house to attend an emergency press conference, he passes by and says goodbye to Majin Buu, who, at the time, was reading a Nekomajin adaptation of the tale of Uroshima Taro. When Frieza arrives on Earth, Buu is sleeping when he is needed. While Goku and his friends were away, Buu and Mr. Satan were taking a nap in their mansion when they were unaware of the Earth exploding due to Frieza blowing it up. Mr. Satan, and presumably Buu, were killed until Whis undid the event with his Temporal Do-Over technique so that Goku can kill Frieza once more. Buu later attends the feast thrown by Bulma with her family and friends.

Universe 6 Saga

Main article: Universe 6 Saga

Buu is chosen by Goku to take part in the tournament between Beerus' team and Champa's team. The day of the tournament, Majin Buu is taken to the Nameless Planet along with his friends in Whis' box. After two hours and forty-five minutes, they arrive on the planet. As soon as they get there, the written test to participate in the tournament, requested by Vegeta, begins. In the manga, Majin Buu fails his test, even spelling his name wrong, because he has not done anything like that before. In the anime, he fell asleep during the exam, automatically failing it by default. Since he failed, he is not able to participate, so he sits with his friends and watches the first battle between Goku and Botamo.

Buu finally woke up after the tournament was over and after Zeno showed and left and apologized to Mr. Satan for not being able to grant his wish. He then stated that when he fell asleep, he believed that he found incredible talent in Monaka. Buu later went with everyone else in the Cube and got to see Super Shenron before Beerus made his wish to make Champa's Earth just as hospitable as his to make him owe him one.

Copy-Vegeta Saga

Main article: Copy-Vegeta Saga Afterwards, Buu joins in on another party, this time, he is ensured by Bulma that not even he can finish all of the food by himself.

Universe Survival Saga

Main article: Universe Survival Saga

Good Buu participates in Zeno's Tournament of Power as part of Team Universe 7. Universe 7 is matched up against Universe 9 in a standard 3v3 tournament-style match in the first round, and Goku asks Buu to fight with him and Gohan. Buu, along with Mr. Satan, travel to Zeno's Palace with Supreme Kai, Kibito, Old Kai, Beerus, Whis, Goku, and Gohan, and the entire team meet with Universe 9's team. They are transported by the Grand Minister to a tournament ring in an unspecified location, and Buu is matched up first to fight Basil (though he fell asleep during the explanations and had to be woken up by a chocolate bar). When the match began, Basil immediately assaulted Buu with a variety of attacks. Buu lays on the ground but then proceeds to grin and laugh, getting back up unharmed. Saying he wants to play more, he takes several more attacks and gets a hole blown through him. Assuming Basil has won, Roh begins to gloat to the annoyance of Sidra when Buu jumps back up and regenerates himself.

After doing so, Buu learns Hercule was almost killed during Basil's last attack. Buu, now furious, stops playing and begins to fight seriously, dominating Basil, battering him around and throwing him clean out of the ring. The Zen-Ohs however, aren't happy with the fight ending so early and want it to continue until they're satisfied. Knowing Basil is outclassed, Roh throws him a drug which causes Basil to power up and appears to defeat Buu, bombarding him with dozens of Ki blasts. Buu immediately pops out of the rubble of the arena completely unharmed and claims to be stronger than Basil before unleashing a full power Kamehameha, winning the fight and nearly killing Basil. Having been declared the winner, Buu hurries over to Hercule and heals him. Proud of Buu, Hercule hugs him and calls him the best. Buu, having fulfilled his end of the deal, is now given his reward for fighting: tons of food.

Later, when heading to The Lookout to ask for Android 17's location, Goku finds Buu training, having even slimmed down. They decide to have a sparring match, which Buu easily wins. However, unfortunately for Goku and the others, Buu falls into a deep sleep and will not wake up for months. Desperate, Goku has no choice but to take drastic measures and ask Fortuneteller Baba to allow Frieza back into the world of the living for one day so he can compete in the tournament.

Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga

Main article: Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga Having been taken in by the Galactic Patrol to access Grand Supreme Kai's memories for a way to stop Moro, a therapist is able to help Buu access Grand Supreme Kai's memories. After being dropped off on New Namek, Buu intervenes during the second battle between the still somewhat injured Goku and Vegeta vs Moro, who came out of hiding to stop the latter from grabbing the final Namekian Dragon Ball. Buu, now having Grand Supreme Kai's memories, recognizes Moro, becomes immediately enraged, and attacks the semi-rejuvenated Moro.

The battle ensues with Buu having a clear advantage over Moro. Goku and Vegeta both realize that Buu is immune to Moro's dark magic thanks to Buu having awakened Grand Supreme Kai's memories, which has also awakened the godly power of the Grand Supreme Kai which Buu retained from being split from Kid Buu. After Moro regains his magic powers and heads for Porunga, Buu uses his healing abilities to restore Esca though says it was too late for Moori. After restoring Goku and Vegeta's strength, the Grand Supreme Kai manifests his way through Buu and takes over control. When everyone retreats from New Namek upon it's destruction, Buu is shown to be himself once more but has now fallen asleep again due to fighting hard against Moro.

Two months later, as he is returned to The Lookout on Earth, he is still shown to be asleep. Towards the conclusion of the battles with Moro, Buu is awoken by Jaco and the Grand Supreme Kai manifests once more, seeking out the child Uub so that he may share his power with Goku. Following this, the deity returns to the Lookout and transforms back into Buu who he has no memory of what has transpired.

A few days later, Good Buu along with Goku and Vegeta are taken to the Galactic Patrol Headquarters where they are given honors and medals for their assistance in the downfall of Moro.

Peaceful World Saga

Main article: Peaceful World Saga

Ten years after Kid Buu's defeat, Mr. Buu enters the 28th World Tournament at the end of the Dragon Ball Z series, and during the ten years, he lost to Mr. Satan on purpose, and was promised to have his chance at being champion eventually. During this time, he apparently also got his own fanbase, as Goku noted that Buu seemed to acquire a lot of adoring fangirls when going to the ring for selection. He also convinces Buu to use his magic to rig the selection so that Buu can fight Goten, and that Goku fights Uub. Goku also tells Vegeta and Buu in private that Uub is the pure good human reincarnation of Kid Buu, much to Buu's surprise. The tournament is later cancelled due to Goku and Uub's absence.

Dragon Ball GT

Baby Saga

Main article: Baby Saga

Over 15 years after Kid Buu's defeat, in Dragon Ball GT, Mr. Buu is first seen at Mr. Satan's house where people under Baby's control are at. Due to his complete control over his body, Buu easily resists Baby's egg planted in him and ejects it out of his body. Mr. Buu blows a group of Baby's minions away. Later, they go to Goku's house where he and Pan are being attacked by Goten and Gohan, who are being controlled by Baby. Mr. Buu takes Mr. Satan and Pan to safety by Goku's request. Mr. Buu, Mr. Satan, and Pan decide to go to the Tuffle Planet to free some of Baby's minions. Uub comes to the rescue to help. Mr. Buu realizes that Uub is the reincarnation of Kid Buu.

Mr. Buu takes Mr. Satan and Pan to safety, far from Baby and Uub's location. He says to Mr. Satan that he is his best friend and that he will never forget him, but Uub is a part of him, and he has to help him out. Despite Mr. Satan's cries, Mr. Buu flies off to help Uub. Before Baby can decimate Uub with his Revenge Death Ball, Mr. Buu sucks in Baby's attack and expels it safely to save Uub. Mr. Buu explains that he and Uub were once one a long time ago, and if they fuse once more, their power will skyrocket, and hopefully be enough to destroy the parasite Baby. They fuse and become Majuub, essentially recreating Majin Buu himself.

Super 17 Saga

Main article: Super 17 Saga

In the Super 17 Saga, Mr. Satan is upset about Mr. Buu being gone and decides to give up being the champion. During the final of the 31st World Martial Arts Tournament, even though he is not seen, Buu mentally implores Majuub to throw the fight, since the inhabitants of Earth will lose all hope of peace if Mr. Satan is defeated. Majuub reluctantly complies.

Film appearances

Battle of Gods

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

Four years after Kid Buu's defeat, Majin Buu is at Bulma's birthday party with Mr. Satan, enjoying the food. It is Buu who angers the God of DestructionBeerus when the latter interrupts the party.[11] When Beerus asks Buu for one or two of the custard puddings he has, Majin Buu eats all of them, angering Beerus. Buu is the first to challenge Beerus, and attempts to punch him, but he is blasted away into a lake by a kiai with little effort on Beerus' part. After the Z-Fighters try to help Buu, Beerus retrieves Buu back from the water and slams the Majin's head into Gohan's, knocking him out.[12] Buu then stays back and watches the battle between Goku and Beerus.

Other Dragon Ball Stories

The Return of Son Goku and Friends!

Main article: Dragon Ball: The Return of Son Goku and Friends!

Two years after Kid Buu's defeat, Buu attends Mr. Satan's banquet along with the Z Fighters and their family and friends at Mr. Satan's newly made hotel for defeating Buu.[13] The celebration is then crashed by a brother duo, Abo and Kado, who are after Vegeta's brother, Tarble. The brothers are challenged by Goten and Trunks but they fail in defeating them. The brothers, fused as Aka, unleash a technique that destroyed the hotel. Aka is then defeated by Goku with a Kamehameha. After this encounter, they continue their feast.

Nekomajin

Main article: Nekomajin

Majin Buu has a cameo appearance in Nekomajin, a short series of one-shot manga chapters by Akira Toriyama which takes place during the time period between Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT. Neko Majin Z's friend finds Buu just wandering around while going to Satan City after mistaking him for Neko Majin Z. Buu is surprised that Neko Majin Z's friend does not know who he is and breaks the fourth wall by mentioning that he is from the Dragon Ball manga. Buu displays his strength while Neko Majin Z's friend remains unsurprised and responds by saying that Neko Majin Z does stuff like that all the time (he also mentions how Neko Majin Z looks and acts similar to Buu). Buu leaves and tells Neko Majin Z's friend to call him to fight Neko Majin Z when he comes around. Shortly later, when Usagi Majin steals the source of Neko Majin Z's power, his friend calls Buu and tells him that Usagi Majin is "Neko Majin Z". Buu easily beats Usagi Majin and leaves, disappointed that "Neko Majin Z" was so weak.

Online

Main article: Dragon Ball Online It is explained in Dragon Ball Online that in Age 790, Mr. Buu finds and reads one of Mr. Satan's adult books, "Bob & Margaret", causing him to long for love. He creates a wife for himself called Miss Buu. The following year, Mr. Buu and his wife create a Baby Buu via the Love-Love Beam. It is implied that Buu's family continues to grow, and thus the formation of the Majin race on Earth in Dragon Ball Online.

Xenoverse

Main article: Dragon Ball Xenoverse Though it is not explicitly stated, it is implied that the Majin race that exists in Toki Toki City in Age 850 are descendants of Mr. Buu and Miss Buu mentioned in Dragon Ball Online. However it is unclear if this is true in Xenoverse as many are confused (including the Majin themselves) as to the actual origins of the Majin other than that they are descended from Good Buu.

Xenoverse 2

Main article: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Majin Buu's house mysteriously becomes caught in a time rift and the Time Patrol is forced to investigate the anomaly that caused it. If the Future Warrior is a Majin, then at the beginning of the game they will be shown investigating Majin Buu's house and a cutscene showing Majin Buu reading Bob & Margaret will be shown. When Buu comes across a word he doesn't understand, he asks Mr. Satan (who was visiting) what it means, only for Mr. Satan to tell him he shouldn't be reading it and asks where he got it from. Majin Buu tells him he found it from Mr. Satan's room, causing Mr. Satan to request he give it back, but Buu stubbornly refuses and Mr. Satan gives up. Later on the Future Warrior learns that Majin Buu is lonely and inspired by Mr. Satan's relationship with his daughter, decides to create children of his own using fission. The Future Warrior can help by providing Majin Buu with food that will give Majin Buu the energy to create his offspring. If the Future Warrior is Majin, the size limit of Majin Buu's family increases to 10. The Future Warrior can also give food to Majin Buu's children in order to receive different items based on the Majin's color. When a Majin Future Warrior, helps Buu create three children Majin Buu will mention he senses they have a hidden power similar to his own when he was still one with Kid Buu. When Warrior asks Buu if he can help them access it, he is reluctant as he has a poor opinion of Kid Buu, but decides to help as a way of thinking them, but warns that they may lose their heart in the process causing them to end up becoming like Kid Buu. This results in Majin Buu's House Quest: "Majin Awakening" where the Future Warrior faces off.

After the Future Warrior helps him create his family, Buu decides to show him a strange Egg he found and plans to eat it but the Future Warrior dissuades him not to and tells the Warrior that a pale man left the egg near his house. Sensing the egg is tied to the time rift around Majin Buu's House, the Warrior convinces Buu to give them the egg as he trusts them. Though Miss Buu does not appear in this anomalous timeline, it does not preclude her from having existed in the original unaltered timeline as the anomalous timeline exists outside the recorded history (as Chronoa allows it and the other time rift anomalies to remain after all the Distorted Time Eggs are collected). Good Buu is shown reading Bob & Margaret like in the timeline mentioned in Dragon Ball Online in the anomalous timeline so it is possible the same event occurred in the unaltered timeline of Xenoverse but with Miss Buu's creation instead of the Majin family (which itself was due to alterations in history created by the time rift anomaly itself). It should be noted that Good Buu is still considered the ancestor of the Majin race and one female Majin notes that if Mr. Satan hadn't befriended Innocent Buu (which resulted in Good Buu's creation) the Majin might not have existed at all.

Another incarnation of Good Buu appears in Conton City as one of the Time Patrol Academy Instructors brought to Conton City by Chronoa and Elder Kai. He presumably comes from the same timeline as Mr. Satan who also appears as an instructor in Conton City however he is different from the Good Buu in the Majin Buu's House time rift anomaly. The Warrior manages to convince him to train them though Buu has trouble teaching due to his childlike mind, but still manages to teach the warrior his techniques. If the Warrior manages to achieve maximum friendship with Mr. Satan and Buu, a special event occurs where they both learn they have been training the Future Warrior. This unlocks the Friends Forever mark for the Future Warrior's Play Data profile. Several other Instructors will also wonder if Majin Buu is even capable of teaching if the Future Warrior speaks to them while training under Buu.

During the Hero Colosseum Saga, Trunks: Xeno decides to help get the Majin race interested in the Hero Colosseum by convincing the Instructor Majin Buu to take part in figure battles, but Good Buu misunderstands and ends up turning him into a ball. However the Future Warrior manages to beat Buu in a figure battle which Buu finds to be more fun than the ball and turns ends up Xeno Trunks back to normal. As a result of his newfound interest in Hero Figures, his Majin descendants begin to take an interest in the Hero Colosseum.

In an altered timeline of the Tournament of Destroyers a history change causes Majin Buu and Goku to be absent on the day of the tournament. When Xeno Trunks asks if he should search for Buu in addition to Goku, Elder Kai tells him not to bother as Buu never fought in the original timeline and decides that it would be better if the Future Warrior take his place instead in order to participate in the tournament to prevent further history changes.

FighterZ

Main articles: Super Warrior Arc, Enemy Warrior Arc, and Android 21 Arc

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Dragon Ball Z: Does Majin Buu STILL Have Two Supreme Kais Inside Him?

Long before the events of Dragon Ball Z, Kid Buu once absorbed two Supreme Kais into his body. Where did all that power go when he died?

During the Buu Saga of Dragon Ball Z, the titular villain Majin Buu absorbed not one, but two Supreme Kais during his reign of terror. While he is now on the side of the Z Fighters, back then he was prone to absorbing others in order to gain their powers and strength.

However, now that Buu has changed for the better in Dragon Ball Super, does he still hold the power of South Supreme Kai and/or Grand Supreme Kai?

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Five million years ago, the sorcerer Bibidi summoned the pink villain in his most natural Kid Buu form. While Kid Buu was powerful in his own right and was able to kill North Supreme Kai and West Supreme Kai, he was badly injured during the fight against South Supreme Kai and was forced to absorb his opponent to gain his power. Because Buu's form changes when he absorbs someone, he transformed into a massive, Hulk-like being. Soon after, he also absorbed Grand Supreme Kai when the latter protected Shin from an attack, giving him the round, goofy ball of pink that was first introduced to the Dragon Ball Z audience.

This version of Buu, dubbed Innocent Buu, is said to be more powerful than Kid Buu, but because of Grand Supreme Kai's good nature, that strength had been partially stunted. The danger of Kid Buu comes from his recklessness and unpredictability, rather than pure physical strength. So while Innocent Buu has the power of two Kais on his side, Kid Buu is more of a wild card and thus poses a greater threat.

After Super Buu absorbed Piccolo, Gotenks, Gohan, and Innocent Buu, Goku and Vegeta allowed themselves to be absorbed as well in order to fight from the inside and free everyone. This allowed Kid Buu to reemerge because the influence of Grand Supreme Kai was no longer there, as it remained a part of Innocent Buu instead. However, South Supreme Kai was still fused with Kid Buu, so when the latter was finally destroyed, so was the former.

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Grand Supreme Kai's spirit lives on in the form of Innocent Buu. This is confirmed in Dragon Ball Super when the Galactic Patrol uses hypnosis and aromatherapy to trigger the latent memories of the Kai's fight against Moro 10 million years ago in order to have him fight once again. So while the primary personality is that of Innocent Buu, the memories and powers of Grand Supreme Kai remain within him.

Thanks to Mr. Satan and the influence of Grand Supreme Kai, Buu is no longer a major threat to the universe. It also helps that most of the Godly Ki was infused into Uub when he was reincarnated from Kid Buu. The mechanics of how the split occurred aren't completely clear on why the Godly Ki went to Kid Buu instead of the part that Grand Supreme Kai remained with. So while Innocent Buu still has some Godly Ki, he doesn't know how to tap into it if Grand Supreme Kai isn't in control of his body. It also remains unknown whether South Supreme Kai's power also transferred to Uub, or if it died with Kid Buu.

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Dragon Ball Z: Every Version Of Majin Buu From Weakest To Most Powerful, Ranked (According To The Manga)

It’s admittedly quite difficult keeping up with the Majin Buu power hierarchy in the anime. When it comes to it, Buu isn’t like other villains and his transformations aren’t necessarily linear boosts in power– but you wouldn’t get that from just watching the anime. For a multiple of reasons, Dragon Ball Zmuddies up the Buu arc’s power scaling, resulting in debates that’ll likely never end.

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For those that don’t read the manga, at least. While still a bit tough to follow at times, the Dragon Ball manga highlights Majin Buu’s power hierarchy in a clearer, far more sensical manner. Not every version of Major Buu is stronger than the last, a fact the Dragon Ballmanga makes very clear.

7 Fat Buu

Fat Buu may not be the original Buu in-universe, but it’s fitting that the first Majin Buu audiences are introduced to is also the weakest of the lot. Fat Buu can put up a decent enough fight against Pure Buu, but he’s clearly outclassed by his prime form. Worth noting, however, is what this says for the Buu hierarchy.

Despite being the weakest version of Majin Buu, this is the same Buu that the main cast didn’t want revived. Even at his weakest, Majin Buu is enough of a threat to force Vegeta to kill himself, Goku to trigger Super Saiyan 3, and Goten & Trunks to fuse into Gotenks.

6 Pure Evil Buu

What makes Fat Buu such an interesting villain isn’t the level of threat he brings with him, but his humanity. Through Mr. Satan, Fat Buu sheds away his evil programming, proving that nurture can triumph over nature. Unfortunately, mankind challenges Buu by choosing both Bee and Mr. Satan.

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Buu expels all the evil out of him as a result, but this just manifests in the formation of Pure Evil Buu– a sickly version of the Djinn that quickly overpowers Fat Buu. Almost as soon as Fat Buu found a new path in life, he was absorbed by his own evil counterpart.

5 Pure Buu

Here’s where things get confusing. Pure Buu– known as Kid Buu in the Funimation dub– is the original version of Majin Buu. Both the anime & manga call him the most dangerous version of the villain, but only the anime calls him the strongest. In the manga, Pure Buu is shown to be around Super Saiyan 3 Goku’s level (if not a little bit stronger give or take.)

Toei wanted Dragon Ball Z’s final villain to also be its strongest, but the point of Pure Buu isn’t to serve as a wall for the character to overcome. Pure Buu is chaos manifest, a being who lives for nothing but combat. He’s a solid foil for Goku all things considered, a love for battle stripped of all context.

4 Evil Buu

The result of Pure Evil Buu absorbing Fat Buu, Evil Buu spends a large chunk of the arc as one of Dragon Ball’s most dangerous antagonists. While he spares Mr. Satan’s life in his introduction (showcasing that Fat Buu is still present somewhere inside,) it doesn’t take long for Evil Buu to wipe out virtually all of humanity in the blink of an eye.

Evil Buu is so strong in his base form that even Goku doesn’t feel comfortable fighting him. Goten & Trunks need to fuse into Gotenks just to stand a chance, and even then they’re forced to train inside of the Room of Spirit and Time so they can actually put up a decent fight. Unfortunately for everyone, Evil Buu’s a bit smarter than he seems.

3 Buuccolo

During his fight against Gotenks, Evil Buu manages to feel Gohan’s Ki all the way on Kaioshin's Planet. As a result, Evil Buu chooses to stall out his fight with Gotenks until Gohan can arrive. From there, he creates a diversion that allows him to sneak up on Gotenks and absorb both him & Piccolo down the road.

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Unfortunately, Evil Buu’s absorption of Gotenks defuses and Piccolo becomes the dominant fusion. While Buuccolo has Piccolo’s heightened intelligence, the power boost isn’t that much greater than Evil Buu’s and Gohan could have handled him just fine.

2 Buutenks

Buutenks is a completely different story, however. While Gotenks is still active inside of him, Majin Buu uses the raw power of the fusion to put Ultimate Gohan in his place. Where Gohan was once in complete control of the fight, ready to kill Evil Buu at any point, Buutenks has essentially flipped the script.

Buutenks gleefully hunts Gohan through the battlefield, torturing the poor lad into submission until Goku can show up and try to save the day. Tragically, things do not go as planned.

1 Buuhan

Goku arrives back on Earth ready to fuse with his son, but Gohan ends up missing the Potara Earrings and is absorbed before he can put it on. Buuccolo in turn becomes Buuhan, the single strongest antagonist in the original Dragon Ball. A fight would be certain death for Goku, but Vegeta ends up showing up just in the knick of time.

What follows is the newly fused Vegetto laying a cathartic beatdown into Buuhan, putting into place a villain who’s made short work of the main cast for so long.

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Majin Buu

Dragon Ball character

"Mr. Boo" redirects here. For the 1976 Hong Kong film, see The Private Eyes (1976 film).

Majin Buu
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Three different appearances of Majin Buu, drawn by Akira Toriyama

First appearanceDragon Ball chapter #460: "Majin Buu Appears?!" (1994)
Created byAkira Toriyama
Voiced byJapanese
Kōzō Shioya
English (Funimation dubs)
Josh Martin (as Fat/Good and Kid Buu)
Justin Cook (as Super Buu)
English (Ocean Group dubs)
Scott McNeil (as Fat/Good Buu)
Brian Dobson (as Super and Kid Buu), Corby Proctor (in GT)
English (Bang Zoom! dub)
Spike Spencer
RelativesBibidi (creator)
Uub (reincarnation)

Majin Buu (Japanese: 魔人ブウ, Hepburn: Majin Bū), generally spelled Majin Boo in subtitles of the Japanese anime, and rendered as Djinn-Boo in the Viz Mediamanga, is the final antagonist in the Dragon Ball manga series created by Akira Toriyama, before the release of Dragon Ball Super. He is introduced in chapter #460 Majin Boo Appears?! (魔人ブウ出現か!?, Majin Bū Shutsugen ka!?) first published in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on March 1, 1994.[1] Majin Buu is a genie-like magical life form awoken by the evil warlock Bibidi that terrorized galaxies by destroying entire planets, millions of years before the events of Dragon Ball take place. He was temporarily sealed away and brought to Earth; however, Bibidi was killed and Buu remained hidden. During the events of Dragon Ball, he is revived by Bibidi's son Babidi in order to carry on his father's plan to conquer the entire universe.

Creation and design[edit]

Manga author Akira Toriyama stated that when creating a villain in Dragon Ball, he would try to make them different from any that had come before. Although it was difficult and he was usually not entirely pleased with the results, he thinks he did achieve this with Majin Buu.[2] The Shenlong Times issue #2, a bonus pamphlet given to some buyers of the Daizenshuu 2: Story Guide guidebook, says that Majin Buu was modeled after Toriyama's editor at the time, Fuyuto Takeda.[3] Buu, Bibidi and Babidi take their names from the song "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" in the Walt Disney movie Cinderella.[4]

Majin Buu has several different forms, each with a different appearance and personality, however, all are pink creatures (with the exception of Pure Evil Majin Buu, which is dark grey) with an antenna on their head and several holes/pores on both sides of their heads, arms, chest and vertebrae. They have a rubbery body (again, with the exception of Pure Evil Majin Buu) that can regenerate instantly from any wound,[5] separate parts of it from themselves and control them independently,[6] and can even completely restore themselves from vapor.[7] Buu can also heal damaged beings,[8] and can absorb other organisms by enveloping them with his body or eating them,[9] the latter done by using his signature attack that turns people into food such as candy.[10]

When first introduced he is overweight and wears gloves, boots, a vest, and a cape. His appearance, magical powers, how he appeared from his ball, longevity, and how he is summoned to Earth by an evil warlock using the life-force of his victims are all somewhat genie-esque, an aspect further implied in the Japanese word "Majin" in his name, which can read as "Djinn", which led to Viz Media rendering his name as Djinn-Boo for the English manga release. His trousers, in all forms he takes, bear the same "M" symbol like many other characters associated with Babidi in this part of the manga; whether this is short for Buu's title of "Majin", Babidi's title of "Madoshi" in the original Japanese or something else is unclear. In a 2007 interview printed in Shonen Jump, Akira Toriyama stated that Buu's design was inspired by adaptations of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights) that he watched as a child.[11]

Majin Buu's manner is very naive and childlike, taking joy in fighting and scaring people. Throughout the series, he is always referred to by either Majin Buu or simply Buu, no matter what form he is in. However, each form has been given their own names in guidebooks, video games, or by fans, to distinguish between them. The first fat form seen is referred to as "Innocent Majin Buu" (無邪気な魔人ブウ, Mujakina Majin Bū). When Buu expels the evil inside him, it takes on a taller and much skinnier, frail form referred to as "Pure Evil Majin Buu" (魔人ブウ 純粋悪, Majin Bū Junsui Aku).[12]: 61  When this Buu absorbs the fat one, he transforms into a muscular version of himself, referred to as "Evil Majin Buu" (魔人ブウ 悪, Majin Bū Aku), with English media referring to him as "Super Buu".[12]: 61  Personality-wise, Super Buu is more intelligent than Innocent Buu and is described as "pure rage".[13]

This intelligence allows him to plan for the opportunity to absorb Gotenks and Piccolo, and later Gohan. After absorbing the first two, his antennae lengthen forming five full-fingers, Evil Buu gains Piccolo's intellect and momentarily wore Gotenks's vest and strength before his latter victim's fusion wore off. He then absorbed Gohan, gaining his power while wearing his dōgi top and undershirt. The last form shown, referred to as Kid Buu or "Pure Majin Buu" (魔人ブウ 純粋, Majin Bū Junsui),[12]: 61  is actually Buu's original form. Super Buu was forced into that state after the fat Buu was completely removed from his body along with Gohan, Goten, Trunks, and Piccolo. While a child-like version of Evil Buu, Kid Buu is completely feral and animalistic, living only to destroy and is called "evil incarnate".[14]Daizenshuu 2: Story Guide refers to him as the "strongest enemy in the universe".[15] Even after Kid Buu is killed, the fat Majin Buu lives on Earth now completely kindhearted Mr. Buu (ミスター・ブウ, Misutā Bū). In the anime, Buu's "Evil" and "Pure" forms' designs differ from the manga in that they both always have five fingers. Goku wishes for Buu to be reincarnated as a good person on Earth, so he's reborn as a boy named Uub (ウーブ, Ūbu), who meets Goku during a tournament at the end of Dragon Ball Z.

Voice actors[edit]

In the original Japanese, Buu and all his forms are voiced by Kōzō Shioya in all media.[16] He said he looked at the character as a self-centered three-year-old. Even through all the different forms of the character, Shioya explained that he tried not to deviate too far from the personality of the original while subtlety showing that he changed form.[17]

In the Funimation dub, Josh Martin voices Fat and Kid Buu,[18][19] while Justin Cook voices Evil and Super Buu.[20] Meanwhile, in the Ocean Group dubs, Fat Buu is voiced by Scott McNeil,[21] while Evil, Super, and Kid Buu are voiced by Brian Dobson.[22]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Being the final villain faced by the protagonists in the Dragon Ball manga, Buu is the most powerful of them all, possessing vast superhuman strength, speed and reflexes beyond that of a trained Super Saiyan 2. He is able to channel his inner Ki energy for devastating offensive techniques capable of destroying planets or star systems. Buu also holds the unique ability of being able to transform objects or living things into chocolate or other sweet foods which he then consumes to satiate himself. Buu is also able to instantly recover and regenerate from severe trauma, dismemberment and even combustion at a sub-molecular level. Buu can instantly emulate techniques used on him, launching Goku's signature Kamehameha many times.

Appearances[edit]

In Dragon Ball[edit]

Majin Buu in the anime, in the first form he is introduced in

Before the events of Dragon Ball, the evil warlock Bibidi resurrected Majin Buu; a being that existed "solely to slaughter and destroy" and within a few years they destroyed hundreds of planets.[23] Buu even killed two of the five Supreme Kais who govern the universe and absorbed another two including their leader the Grand Supreme Kai, which dulled his destructive nature and turned him into his current form. But Buu was still too ferocious even for Bibidi to control, resulting with the Majin temporarily sealed and moved to their next target, Earth.[23] But the last surviving Supreme Kai took advantage of this to kill Bibidi with Buu sealed away on Earth.[23] In the present day, Bibidi's son Babidi makes it his goal to revive Buu, which the surviving Supreme Kai plans to prevent by killing him. He underestimates the power of Goku and Vegeta, and their spent energy results in Majin Buu's quick revival.[24] When Babidi threatens to re-seal him, Buu begins to obey his orders and destroys and kills everything and everyone in sight in order to get Piccolo, Trunks and Goten to come out of hiding.[25] That is until Goku asks him why he lets Babidi boss him around, leading to Buu killing him, however he continues his mischief and destruction, unaware that what he is doing is wrong.[26]

Majin Buu attacks humans, destroying nearly all of the world's population, then builds a house by converting people into clay. He is resting in his house when Mr. Satan befriends him while waiting for an opening to kill him.[27] The friendship coupled with the affection from a dog he healed, has Buu resolve not to kill anymore when two civilians shoot the dog and then Mr. Satan.[26] Buu heals them, but the evil aspect of his personality takes advantage of Buu's rage to manifest out of his body, transforming into a taller and much skinnier Buu, who attacks the now weaker fat Buu.[26] The evil Buu reflects fat Buu's attack, turning his benign counterpart into chocolate and eating him to become whole and transform into a more dangerous Majin Buu, known as Super Buu.[26] Super Buu quickly senses Piccolo, Trunks, and Goten and goes to them, demanding Gotenks fight him.[28] Gohan then arrives and clearly has the upper-hand over Buu, but Buu absorbs Gotenks and later Piccolo. Now stronger than Gohan, Buu, knowing that there is a time limit on Gotenks's fusion, planned ahead and is able to absorb Gohan as well.[28] However, Goku and Vegeta fuse together into Vegito, but, despite being powerful enough to defeat him, they purposefully get absorbed by Buu in order to enter his body.[29] Though the Potara Fusion ran its course, Goku and Vegeta manage to retrieve Gohan, Piccolo, Goten, and Trunks before they completely separate the absorbed fat Buu from Super Buu.[29]

The removal of fat Buu causes Super Buu to revert to his original form, known as Kid Buu, no longer deluded by his benign counterpart as he immediately destroys the Earth.[29] Kid Buu then follows Goku and Vegeta to the Kai's planet, where, after a battle with Goku, he is stalled by Vegeta and fat Buu, so that Goku can finish him off with a giant Spirit Bomb made with energy from the people on the newly resurrected Earth.[29] The good fat Majin Buu goes on to live with Mr. Satan on Earth as Mr. Buu, after the Dragon Balls erase the people of Earth's memories about him.[29] As wished by Goku, Kid Buu is reincarnated as a child named Uub, whom, ten years later, Goku meets at the world martial arts tournament and leaves with to train as his successor.[29]

In Dragon Ball Super[edit]

Buu encounters Beerus during Bulma's birthday party, and quickly provoked the deity into a rampage after he childishly refused to share some pudding dessert. Buu is later selected to participate in the Universe 7 team's tournament with Universe 6. He is disqualified before the tournament begins by falling asleep during the exam. Buu agrees to fight with Goku and Gohan in the Universe Survival tournament, being matched against Universe 9's Basil.[30] Buu is initially overwhelmed, though becomes enraged over seeing Mr. Satan injured by the battle collaterally and quickly overpowers Basil. After consuming a drug that increases his power, Basil seems to gain the upper hand on Buu with a buffer form coinciding with his attacks, however, Buu is unaffected by the attacks and defeats Basil with a Kamehameha wave. Buu then heals Mr. Satan.[31] After the mini-tournament, Buu begins to train on Earth for the Tournament of Power. Due to the intensity of his training, Buu gains a slimmer and toned body and spars against Goku, beating him. Alas, also due to the intensity of his training, Buu falls asleep and will not wake for 3 months, forcing him to miss the Tournament of Power. Frieza is temporarily resurrected to fight in Buu's place.

Shortly after the events of the Tournament of Power and Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Buu is kidnapped by the Galactic Patrol and taken to their headquarters. Goku and Vegeta are taken as well and find out their kidnapper is Merus, the Galactic Patrol's #1 elite patrolman. Merus explains that an evil criminal named Moro has escaped from galactic prison, and in order to recapture this criminal they need the Grand Kaioshin who is inside of Buu. The Galactic Patrol reveals that the Grand Kaioshin locked away the ancient demon, Moro before Buu had absorbed him. While waiting for Buu to wake, Goku and Vegeta travel to New Namek to battle Moro, who is searching for the dragon balls, but are unsuccessful and have their Saiyan powers taken from them. Buu eventually awakens and is taken to New Namek to confront Moro. During the fight, the Grand Kaioshin takes control of Buu's body and it's revealed that Buu once had god Ki, but it was destroyed when Kid Buu was killed by Goku. No longer having god ki, Grand Kaioshin can't lock away Moro and fails to stop him. After Moro wishes for all the Galactic Patrol's prisoners to escape and come to Namek; Buu, Goku, Merus and Jaco are forced to retreat back to the Galactic Patrol HQ. Through out the whole Galactic Patrol Prisoners Arc Grand Supreme Kai remained dominant over Buu's body. At the climax of the fight he was seen collecting god ki from kid Uub, reincarnation of his evil counterpart. He sent it to Vegeta who later transferred it to Goku. Absorbing that divine energy, Goku reactivated complete Ultra Instinct and killed Moro for good.

In other media[edit]

In Dragon Ball GT, an anime-only sequel to the series, both Mr. Buu and Uub participate in battles against foes such as Baby, Super Android #17 and Super One-Star Dragon. They also fuse together, creating a character referred to as "Majuub" or Super Uub (スーパーウーブ, Sūpā Ūbu), essentially recreating Majin Buu once more. Buu is also seen in the 2008 short film Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! and plays a small role in the 2013 theatrical Dragon Ball Z film, Battle of Gods.

Majin Buu briefly appears in an episode of the 1997 anime remake of Toriyama's Dr. Slump, and makes a brief cameo appearance in Toriyama's manga series Neko Majin Z. He also appears in chapter four of the Saikyō Jump manga Dragon Ball SD, a super deformed spin-off of Dragon Ball written by Naho Ōishi, which depicts a comedic alternate retelling of him being released.[32] Ōishi drew a special chapter focusing on Buu for the July 2014 issue, titled Dragon Ball SD Majin Buu Extra Story (ドラゴンボールSD 魔人ブウ番外編, Doragonbōru SD Majin Bū Bangai-hen) it also features Toriyama's Neko Majin.[33]

He is a playable character in the franchise's video games, the first being Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3 in 1994, but also in most of the more recent games such as the Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! series. In the 2005 game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, Evil Buu creates a dimensional hole that extends to the afterlife, traveling there and encountering Vegeta and Dabura, who team up against him under the conviction that their combined strength can prevail.[34] After the fight, Evil Buu commands Dabura take him to find strong opponents,[35] and meets Cell, pledging to smash him.[36] Evil Buu and Dabura defeat Cell with a combined attack.[37] He is also playable in the Weekly Shōnen Jump crossover games Battle Stadium D.O.N and Jump Ultimate Stars.

He is also referenced in the song "Pink Matter" by Frank Ocean featuring André 3000 in the lyrics "That soft pink matter, Cotton candy Majin Buu".[38] American rapper Denzel Curry also refers to Buu in the song "Zuu" with the lyrics "M's all on my belt, I'm feelin' like I'm Majin Buu".[39]

Reception[edit]

Majin Buu is a popular character in the Dragon Ball series, in 2004 Japanese fans voted him the eighth most popular character.[40] He was rated by Wizard magazine as the 40th-greatest villain of all time, the only anime or manga character from Japan to make the list.[41]IGN's David F. Smith states that although he is tough, Majin Buu's pink complexion prevents anybody from taking him as a serious threat.[42] Theron Martin of Anime News Network claims Buu's "childlike demeanor actually gives his malicious smiles and mad faces a surprisingly chilling effect", claiming it sets him apart from the "hyper-evil badasses" of the series.[4] He called Josh Martin's English vocal performance far more childish than Kōzō Shioya's, but also felt that Shioya's voice does not fit Buu's behavior.[4] According to Dennis Amith of J!-ENT, seeing him "kill people for the sake of hunger or for enjoyment to hear things go 'boom'" makes Buu the deadliest villain of the series.[43] Toriyama stated that the fight between Buu and Gotenks was fun to draw because he was able to come up with odd techniques in "the spirit of gag manga".[12]: 167 

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Majin Buu (ブウ,Majin Bū, lit. "Demon Person Boo") has many forms, all of which are linked below. However, each form has a different personality and goals, essentially making them separate individuals. All of Majin Buu's forms are simply referred to as "Majin Buu" in the series, but the various forms get their common names from various Dragon Ball Z video games.

  • Kid Buu - The original and pure form of Majin Buu.
  • Innocent Buu - The first form of Buu to appear on-screen, and the result of Kid Buu absorbing the Grand Supreme Kai. This Buu split into the completely physically identical Good Buu, and skinny Evil Buu.
    • Good Buu - The result of Innocent Buu expelling all of the evil in his body, becoming pure good. He is identical in appearance to Innocent Buu, however he lacks any evil whatsoever and is a different life-form. According to Dragon Ball Online, he later split into the completely physically identical Mr. Buu, and the female Miss Buu.
      • Mr. Buu - Male result of Good Buu splitting in order to create males and females of the Majin race.
      • Miss Buu - Female result of Good Buu splitting in order to create males and females of the Majin race.
    • Evil Buu - The result of Innocent Buu expelling all of the evil in his body in physical form.
    • Future Innocent Buu - Future counterpart of Innocent Buu from Shin Budokai - Another Road.
      • Future Good Buu - Future counterpart of Good Buu from Shin Budokai - Another Road.
      • Future Evil Buu - Future counterpart of Evil Buu Shin Budokai - Another Road.
  • Super Buu - The result of Evil Buu absorbing Good Buu. He is the same overall entity as Innocent Buu, however he looks and acts completely different due to Buu's evil resurfacing and overcoming the Grand Supreme Kai's positive influence.
  • Uub - Human reincarnation of Kid Buu.
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