Bulma’s 1st on-screen appearance isn’t in Dragon Ball, but in a much lesser-known anime

Published in 1984, Dragon Ball quickly presented itself as a staple in the world of Shōnen. A work that has lasted for over three decades now, both in print and in anime. Among his essential characters, we find Bulma, future wife of Vegeta and mother of Trunks and Bra. But Bulma’s first anime isn’t Dragon Ball, but another lesser-known anime.

a first noticed appearance

Bulma and Goku are the first two characters spotted in Dragon Ball. A duo landed quickly because essential to the smooth running of Akira Toriyama’s work. What’s more, the two protagonists could have maintained a romantic relationship, although the idea was later dropped. Although arrived quickly in Dragon BallBulma, however, did not make her first appearance in an anime. As a user by the name of @ CoolTaff16 reports on Twitter, the first on-screen appearance is in an anime by the name of Urusei Yatsura, better known in France under the name of Lamu.

An anime that had fun early on in paying homage to many other known achievements. And it’s through the third film of Lamu that Bulma can be seen. A brief appearance that precedes, however, his first appearance in the anime Dragon Ball. And for good reason, the said film was released in January 1985, when the anime adaptation of Dragon Ball date of 1986. We find the earthling with her purple hair, while her hair turns blue from the first episode of the anime.

A very popular character who therefore enjoyed a first appearance in anime in Urusei Yatsura and not in Dragon Ball. A little-known cameo to be brought out during social evenings, in compliance with health restrictions of course. Regardless, Trunks probably would have loved this hair color. Note that Bulma should have had purple hair from the start, but the limitations of the color palette gave rise to blue hair for the first chapter.

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