|Debut||DBM Manga page 48|
|Date of birth||Year 778|
Bulla is the daughter of Vegito and Bulma in Universe 16. She has trained dilligently under her father, far more than her U18 self achieving the greater transformations of the Saiyan race. She trains hard and wants to become the strongest warrior in the entire universe.
Bra some what resembles her U18 counterpart. She wears a lavender sports bra and black gym shorts (which reveal quite a lot of her hips ), along with shoes that resemble the Saiyan armor Vegeta used to wear. Her training as a Saiyan warrioress has given her a toned body (and due to Saiyan physiology, she may remain like this for the remainder of her life), and while being more muscular than the other Bulla, she rarely has more than a bored or irritated look on her face.
This Bulla is notoriously harsh and violent; treating her enemies without the compassion of Gohan or Goku, and treating her own siblings with ounces of annoyance the same way Vegeta interacts with most of the Z-Warriors early on. Not much of her personality is shown outside of her training, she appears to be well-mannered around her father. The few times she has smiled have been in response to a battle. Violence seems to be her answer to situations where she is surprised or suffering loss; on at least two occasions, she reacted with violence towards an alien ambassador and another alien who had lost his way. As a SSJ2, Bulla's reputation intensifies, though her rage is more characteristic than a spontaneous change caused by the transformation.
A scouter test proved that Bulla was born with a power level higher than Broly's (10,000) with her own being 13,568. In her teen years, Bulla has access to the Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan 2 forms. Like her older half-brother Gohan, she enters a berserk state of mind while in the SSJ2 state. She has enough strength to kill Zangya without touching her and forcing her into a wall, was able to severaly harm a severely battle-damaged Vegito and her half-brother Gohan, and knows the same technique that Vegito used to eliminate Buu.
Interestingly, Vegito taught Bulla how to perform Instant Transmission, but didn't bother to teach it to Gohan. Bra uses the technique to transport her brother and herself into deep space to assist their father against Buu.
On the day Bulla was born, she was almost dropped on her head by her father in her mother's delivery room and was saved only by Vegito's reckless Instant Transmission. This action was due to Vegito wanting to know Bra's infant power level which turned out to be above 10,000, higher than that of even Broly when he was a baby.
Bulla spent years training under her father and with her half-niece/friend Son Pan. One of their training schedules involved the two of them going one lap around the entire Earth. Bulla was brought to a planet at war with itself in order to non-lethally contain the situation, but her father's appearance thwarted the purpose of this training, and later he brought her to a planet where she was greeted by a visually-unappealing diplomat and violently assaulted him (with no evident repercussions, being the daughter of an ultra-powerful being).
Bulla's first appearance is on page 60. She said nothing to anyone from Universe 18 and kept to herself until the death of her friend, Pan, at the hands of Bojack. She wanted to exact revenge for Pan's death, but backed off due to Gohan's actions and demand that they not risk Pan's resurrection at the end of the tournament. (On a cover page, however, Bulla met her alternate U18 self early on with the rest of Universe 18, and wasn't impressed with her alternate self and believed that her life in Universe 18 was a waste.
After Vegito teleported away following his battle with Broly, Bulla was perplexed by her father's request for assistance, but nevertheless she used Instant Transmission to send her brother and herself to Vegito's aid where he was fighting Buu in deep space, preventing him from absorbing a recently-incapacitated Broly.
Bulla nearly costed the three their lives when she lost control as a SSJ2 and incapacitated Vegito and Gohan, until a timely invervention by the Vargas returned Broly to his universe and thwarted Buu's efforts, yet after another unnerving confrontation with Buu, Bulla resumed participation in the tournament and was healed via Senzu Bean's and Piccolo's magical clothing-repair abilitity.
First Round: Bulla's first fight was against Zangya and boy was it a killer. The first thing Zangya did was lay Pan's death on thick, making Bulla snap in an instant agaisnt her resolution to win non-lethally. Bulla accidentally killed Zangya with an air pressure attack that slammed her against a wall. Zangya may have avoided this fate if she hadn't gone so far, since prior to this Bulla was warned by Vegito that he would withdraw her from the tournament if she acted in vengeance. Despite this apparent murder, Vegito forgave Bulla for not intending to kill Zangya.
When Bojack was fighting Cell, he was blasted into Universe 16's area, much to Bulla's delight. Bra attempted to attack the helpless Bojack, only for Vegetto to restrain her, though Bojack was still killed by Cell.
Second Round: She was slated to fight against Eleim in round 2. Initially due to her arrogance she carries weighted clothes into the gravity ring, which she says that will help her training. Eleim, however quickly increases the gravity, which prevents her from moving as fast as she could. She attempts to teleport behind Eleim but the gravity drags her down again. However after realizing that the weighted clothes are hindering her fight, she struggles to remove them whilst dodging Eleim's rays which can slice through anything (including the shields).Bulla manages to use Instant Transmission to escape the onslaught and remove her weighted clothes, and she returns just before the countdown to barrage Eleim with energy blasts. His shield saves him but depletes most of the energy of his armor. Eleim teleports in the air and launches his race's ultimate weapon. Carbonite, a grey goo like substance which destroys all matter, it lands on Bulla's glove but she is quick witted enough to remove the glove. Eleim then says he will use it again and if it misses her it will hit the audience. Bulla misunderstands Eleim's intentions and questions his motives, and Eleim explains that his whole universe is in danger of being consumed by the carbonite and that he has to win in order to remove it. Bulla then insults him by calling him a retard, but offers to help his universe. Eleim, being skeptical due to the harsh nature of Bulla and her unnecessary name calling questions whether or not if she would actually do so, and Bulla just simply teleports him out of the arena (millions of miles) away and wins the match. She then rubs it into his allies faces, in an obvious showcase of arrogance.
A Vision of the Future
In one of Bardock's visions, Bulla warns Goku and Vegeta about her father's power and says that they cannot stop him and neither can anyone else.
Bulla is able to transform into an incredibly powerful Super Saiyan, which she uses to fight Hyper Buu.
Super Saiyan 2
Bra is able to further transform into a Super Saiyan 2, in this form she is able to fight on par with the Hyper Buu.
Mystic Super Saiyan 5
Bulla uses this form in the 30 Years After DBM minicomic, in this form she is able to defeat Majin Perfect Frieza in one hit. Bra also gains reality warping, the ability to transform people into ducks, revival of the dead, creation of clothes, and has the power to give people better mustaches. Of course this is not true, a satire to Dragon Ball GT and AF.
- Other than Trunks, Bra has appeared in the most of the manga covers of Multiverse.
- Bulla, probably due to her warrior personality and a reference to her name, wears a lavender sports bra hense her name meaning "wonderbra" during most of her appearances.
- Bulla dislikes her canon counterpart from universe 18, seeing the girls lack of interest in training and self absorbed attitude as a total waste. A similar feeling is shared by the other Bulla.
- Fans of DBM generally dislike Bulla due to her unwarranted arrogance