Dragon Ball Wasn't Bulma's First Anime And You May Not Know It

Bulma was in an anime long before Dragon Ball.

Apparently, Bulma had already debuted in an anime before Dragon Ball and you hadn’t noticed.

Throughout its more than 35 years of history, the franchise created by Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball, has featured all sorts of interesting characters that have come to endear themselves to fans. However, despite this, Bulma is still considered as one of the protagonists with the best development and structure.

Goku’s first friend, Bulma, who has a rather strange origin, has been present in the series since the first episode, when he met by fate the little grandson of Son Gohan, who lived alone in the mountains. And after a somewhat strange introduction, they both embarked on this fantastic adventure to find the Dragon Balls.

However, anyone could think that Bulma was a character that appeared for the first time in this series, but recently it has been confirmed that this is not the case, because he had previously participated in another story that you probably do not know anything about. Next, we will tell you all the details.

Bulma had appeared in this anime and it is not Dragon Ball

It has been revealed that Bulma had already appeared in an anime before being in Dragon Ball

It has been revealed that Bulma had already appeared in an anime before being in Dragon Ball

As we have mentioned, the Dragon Ball franchise has seen all of the iconic characters go by since its inception, such as Android 8, Gohan’s dragon friend, among many more. However, Bulma It is still one of the most interesting and has had the best development in the franchise. In fact, it is so much so that the young scientist has been able to influence the Saiyan Prince, Vegeta, helping him grow as well.

And if you are one of those who has grown up with this series, from the adventures of Goku and Bulmayou probably know that this girl had her first appearance in the debut chapter of Toriyama’s work, when the little Saiyan who lived alone in the Paozu mountains was found.

But, according to recent information, it has been confirmed that the first appearance of Bulma in an anime it was not in the Dragon Ball series, but in another one that you probably know nothing about.

The[cuenta de Twitter, @LumRanmaYasha, ha compartido información esencial sobre el personaje de Bulma, pues se confirma que esta no apareció por primera vez en el anime de Dragon Ball, sino en la última escena de la serie Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love, el cual había salido unos 3 meses después de que iniciara de forma oficial la serialización del manga de Toriyama y que tomaría aún más tiempo en ser animado.

Este tuit nos confirma que Bulma no apareció por primera vez en el anime de Dragon Ball, sino que ya había realizado su incursión en este mundo animado, de la mano de la obra Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love, lo que es un dato curioso, considerando el hecho de que este personaje fue creado por Toriyama para su obra.

Bulma apareció por primera vez en el anime de Rumiko Takahashi

Bulma apareció en la serie de anime Urusei Yatsura Remember My Love, mucho antes de Dragon Ball

Bulma apareció en la serie de anime Urusei Yatsura Remember My Love, mucho antes de Dragon Ball

Es bien sabido que el personaje de Bulma fue creado de forma oficial por Akira Toriyama para su manga, Dragon Ball, como una protagonista de esta gran aventura, en compañía de Goku. Sin embargo, como ya hemos señalado, esta apareció por primera vez de forma animada en el anime de Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love, el cual había sido adaptado de un manga.

Rumiko Takahashi, responsable de obras como InuYasha, Ranma 1/2, Katte na Yatsura, entre otras, también es la creadora del manga Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love, el cual fue adaptado en formato animado mucho antes que la obra de Toriyama. Además, en esta serie, era bastante común que personajes de otras franquicias realizaran cameos.

Y es al final del episodio 4 en el que podemos observar a Bulma, que aparece en una de las escenas de esta serie, junto a otros personajes, celebrando. Además, se puede apreciar que esta tiene el diseño característico que conserva en la obra de Toriyama.

Este es un dato que merece la pena de conocerse, pues el hecho de que Bulma, personaje original de Dragon Ball, no haya tenido su primera aparición animada en esta adaptación, sino en otra, es bastante curioso.

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