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He is introduced in chapter Majin Boo Appears?! 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. 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. They have a rubbery body again, with the exception of Pure Evil Majin Buu that can regenerate instantly from any wound,  separate parts of it from themselves and control them independently,  and can even completely restore themselves from vapor. When first introduced he is overweight and wears gloves, boots, a vest, and a cape. His appearance, magical powers, the manner in which he appeared from his ball, longevity, and the manner in which 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 lead to Viz Media rendering his name as Djinn-Boo for the English manga release.
He is the main antagonist for the Majin Buu Saga. He is clothed in a purple cape, and a black vest with golden trims. He wears yellow gloves and boots with white baggy pants. Innocent Buu's face is also distinctive. He is usually smiling with, what appears to be, shut eyes.
Majin Buu 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. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Kid Buu - The original and pure form of Majin Buu.