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Super Fu (超フュー Sūpā Fyū), also known as Super Mira (超ミラ Sūpā Mira), is a powerful transformation that can be undertaken by a Demon-Saiyan hybrid due to their Saiyan DNA. This transformation is the result of a Demon-Saiyan hybrid transforming into the first, standard Super Saiyan form.


This transformation is a Demon-Saiyan hybrid's version of the first, standard Super Saiyan form, although altered due to the Demon-Saiyan hybrid's Demon DNA.[2] Like its original counterpart, the transformation grants its user a massive boost in power, and the user's hair spikes up. Additionally, the user's pupils become yellow or green and their sclera turns a crimson red.

Usage and power

The only users of the "Super Fu" state are Mira, his fusion with Dabura, and Fu himself. In order to take on his Super Mira form, Mira had to first become angry enough to take on an "Berserk" state in-between his base and Super Mira states, and upon fully snapping in his Runaway form he transformed into Super Mira.[2]


Damira in the Super Mira form

The form appears in Chapter 1 of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Dark Demon Realm Mission!, where Mira uses it during the Dark Demon Realm Saga due to snapping at losing control over the Masked Saiyan. As Super Mira, he is capable of fighting against both Super Saiyan Future Trunks and Bardock: Xeno for a brief period of time, but is overwhelmed and forced to retreat.

Fu transforms into Super Fu in order to protect Goku and Vegeta from Golden Great Ape Cunber, after proceeding to cut off his tail in the manga, or using reversed phase waves to revert him to base form in the anime he immediately retreats. Later in the anime, in anger over his laboratory being destroyed Fu transforms into Super Fu once more to battle Super Saiyan 4 Goku: Xeno and Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta: Xeno, forcing them on the defensive.

Video Game Appearances

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Super Fu

The Super Mira debuts in Dragon Ball Heroes. In Universe Mission 4, Fu uses his Super Fu form.

Damira also possesses this form in Dragon Ball Fusions as a result of Mira's EX-Fusion with Dabura.



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