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Bulma and Vegeta Goku Manga, Dragon Ball Z, Dbz Vegeta, Trunks Dbz, .. This is either Goku or his brother, not vegeta, cause Vegeta doesn't have that hair. RELATED: The 15 Worst Characters In Naruto It sent Vegeta out on a high note as he went on to sacrifice his life shortly Like in Battle of Gods, Goku was present when Beerus slapped Bulma across the face, but just hung . But at the end of Dragon Ball Z, when Goku meets Uub, we see him straight up. Vegeta and Bulma meet for the first time when Vegeta follows Krillin to her . Future Trunks causes Trunks to suspect the latter is his long lost brother and his.
He takes off into space to train and does attain the level of Super Saiyan, coming back to Earth to show off his power by blowing up Android 19 with his Big Bang Attack.
If that wasn't bad enough, he ignores Baby Trunks throughout the entire arc and only acknowledges Future Trunks because he's powerful and is their tour guide to taking on the Androids. Vegeta would eventually go on to become a great father, but his early days of being one aren't something that this pride-filled warrior should look back on.
Later on, we find out that her original two wishes on the wish-granting orbs were the most stereotypical things a teenage girl would want.
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The first being a lifetime supply of strawberries and the second was to have the perfect boyfriend. Well, given her dating record, she might have been on to something with that wish as her taste in men isn't exactly strong. Before she shacked up with Vegeta, Bulma dated Yamcha. Just as a refresher, the first thing that Yamcha did when he met Bulma and Goku was try and rob them blind. Yamcha was just a dirty crusty desert bandit but Bulma thought he was cute anyway.
By the time of the Cell saga, she breaks up with him because she suspects that he's cheating on her which is never confirmed. Vegeta, the guy who made Yamcha look like a Nobel Prize winner by comparison. Unlike other women in this franchise, it's clear that Bulma loves her some bad boys but there's some point where you have to wonder what the heck is wrong with this woman.
This explains why the majority of female characters on the show have the same basic archetype: While their relationship eventually developed into something more, their initial one night stand was absolutely phoned into the story so that one specific character can be born; Trunks. If we're being honest, most of the relationships in this franchise also serve this purpose.
In order for the Future Trunks origin to work as it did, they needed to have a character who fit a checklist of demands. First, they needed a character who was a Saiyan. Well since all the Saiyans except for Vegeta and Goku were extinct, they needed a child of Vegeta or Goku to be made.
Pairing up Vegeta and Bulma! That Saiyan also needs to time travel, so who better than the science-oriented woman to make a time machine for her son! The more you line up the pieces, the more it makes sense that Bulma and Vegeta are a couple just for Trunks to exist. You know, when a brother or sister of a character shows up that we never heard about before?
Well, the Dragon Ball franchise is no stranger to this trope as it has been used multiple times. Sometimes it ends up being amazing. Think of Raditz' arrival on Earth revealing that Goku is actually an alien, that was brilliant. Other times though, it just doesn't make much sense. To that end, I'm talking about Tarble and Tights, the long-lost siblings of Vegeta and Bulma respectively.DBZ Moment - Vegeta Meets Bulma's Parents
These characters are the most disposable in franchise history. Just a quick explanation for both of them; Tarble is the younger brother of Vegeta who was banished by their father because he was too weak. Tights, on the other hand, is the older sister of Bulma who prefers to write instead of studying science. The fact that these two got married, raised a child, and went through all the adventures they did, without even bringing up their siblings, shows that they're kind of jerks.
While there were some plots that made us scratch our heads and some characters who lost some of their development that they underwent in DBZ, the highs ultimately outweighed the lows. For myself and many fans, the high point of this entire show was the moments between Trunks, Vegeta, and Bulma.
For such a feisty woman, Bulma has a ton of patience to put up with Vegeta's foul moods. In Dragon Ball Z, the family dynamic between these three is largely non-existent. But by this point, the series decided to dive into it face first and it was brilliant. Right from the second episode, we see Vegeta going on vacation with Bulma and Trunks for the first time. Later on, we get moments like Vegeta unleashing his wrath on Beerus after he slapped Bulma, Bulma cheering Vegeta on at baseball, and when Vegeta put on an apron to cook food at his wife's birthday.
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Later, Goku requests Whis to hire Hit to assassinate himself, but his reasoning behind this is to get another chance to fight Hit. Shortly afterwards, Goku causes the Zenos to decide to hold a multi-universal martial arts tournament with the losing universes wiped from existence.
After enlisting nine of his allies to fight alongside him in the "Tournament of Power", Goku ends up recruiting Frieza as well. All of a sudden, Jiren fires an energy blast at the stands housing the remaining members of the tournament. Goku immediately gets in the way of the attack, and deflects the energy blast away from his friends. Goku then overwhelms Jiren in a fit of rage until succumbing to his power's immense pressure as it fades, causing his body to spasm while appearing to be defeated.
Luckily, Android 17 and Frieza are still in the tournament as they team up with only the former left in the ring. Goku and Frieza actually work together to force Jiren out of bounds in a triple elimination. After Android 17 uses his wish on the Super Dragon Balls to restore the erased universes, Goku and his team part ways with a fully revived Frieza and return to their "normal" lives on Earth.
His final challenge is against Omega Shenronwhom he destroys using the Spirit Bomb. He then appears years later at the next World Martial Arts Tournament as an adult, where he watches a battle between Goku Jr. Due to Vegeta's fixation on training, that age gap between them has increased by an additional five years.
In the universal tournament saga of Super Bulma is 47 and Vegeta is now This is thanks to Vegeta's training in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, where time passes far more quickly than outside the chamber. Multiple training sessions in the chamber only amounted to a few days past in the outside world, but for Vegeta several years went by.
Of course this is nothing compared to some of the other age changes Dragon Ball has seen. For instance Emperor Pilaf and his gang have regressed back into being children thanks to a wish using the Dragon Balls. Still, Bulma might be hoping Vegeta takes it easy before he's old enough to be her dad.
Prior to Super, most people knew these characters best from Dragon Ball GT, where Pan looks like a preteen girl, and Bulla looks like a teenager. Because of this, many people believe that Bulla is the older girl.
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The Dragon Ball guidebook Daizenshuu 7 also seems to confirm this, saying Bulla was born in the year and Pan in However, none of this is actually true, according to DBZ or Super. All other sources on the age of both girls has Pan still being listed as being born inwhile Bulla is supposed to have been born in This shocked many fans who were convinced Bulla was older. Super seems to have finally put the situation to rest by showing Bulla being born after Pan, but Vegeta and Bulma's daughter has caused a lot of confusion.
Vegeta feels his contribution to the household balances out because he is a protector, but his track record in that regard isn't so good. We see this going all the way back to DBZ, where Bulma and baby Trunks are nearly blown out of the sky by Android 20, but Vegeta doesn't do a thing to try and save them. He certainly had no luck at getting revenge against Buu after the villain killed Bulma.