Dragon Ball Super opened up for us a spectrum of Akira Toriyama’s anime that completely changed the development of the stories. There are 11 parallel universes that we always saw in the adventures of Dragon Ball Z.
It’s impressive for those of us who grew up with stories in the mid to late 1990s. At that time, when we saw that there were only a couple of different planets, like the one on Vegita or Namek, that was already a lot of information to process.
Some will remember how the calculation of bulma to build a spaceship to take the Z Fighters to Namek.
If it wasn’t because he accessed Nappa’s ship and copied his technology, it would have been impossible to get there to gather the dragon balls and save Piccolo’s life and consequently that of Kami Sama.
Now imagine that if this surprised us, Dragon Ball Super is on a new scale of reaction. And that there are still Universes to be known, since they did not participate in the Tournament of Force, because they are so powerful that they did not need to prove anything to Zeno Sama.
Among the Universes we met, perhaps the one we most identified with was 6. It is the one with Champa, the God of Destruction most similar to Beerus. He once had an Earth, it has a Frieza-like villain, and the planet where the Saiyans live still exists.
Kale, a Broly-style Saiyan
There are three Saiyans that we met from this universe: Cabba, who is very similar to the ones we know and the girls Kaulifla and Kale. The latter is very simple and peaceful in her normal state, but when she transforms she is full of anger like Broly.
The character became quite relevant since he showed us that, at some point, he can control his emotions. There are fans of this warrior, since we see her interpreted in cosplay like the one he did Elia Ferry on his Instagram account.
The cosplayer and singer model chose the peaceful mode of the warrior and interpreted her very much in her own style.