With the arrival of Majin Buu in the last arc of Dragon Ball Z we saw how a technique appeared in Akira Toriyama’s Franchise: The Fusion. We know that Piccolo had already done something similar with Nail and Kami Sama, but the difference is that the Namekian never stopped being himself.
We then have three types of fusions: that of the previous choreography or dance, that of the Pothala rings or that of absorption.
Fusions don’t just combine character appearances; They also leave us warriors who, in addition to registering amazing power, have funny personalities.
The most notable examples are in mergers of Goten and Trunks (Gotenks) and the two different from Goku and Vegeta (Gogeta and Vegetto).
However, this wonderful technique left something much better for the Akira Toriyama franchise. And it is a brilliant tool for fans of the series to experiment with their fusions, thus growing the fan service from Dragonball.
Fans started coming up with their own fusion designs, powered by the same Shōnen Jumpmagazine in which the Dragon Ball Z manga was published, in 1995.
This is how during an issue of this entertainment media an ingenious fusion appeared: Bulma and Chichi’s.
Bulma and Milk fused
It is about a fusion between two women who are powerful in their own way. One has an abysmal intelligence and another with a particular temperament.
The image of Shonen Jump magazine where Bulma and Milk appear fused, also has Goku’s wife fused with Mr Popo. In Japanese you read the name bulchi by the combination of both names (Milk is Chichi in Spain and Japan) and many came to think that the character is canon.