Dragon Ball, the beloved hit series, has never been short of surprising and strange moments. From power scaling surprises to revelations about aliens, the show has kept fans on their toes. Recently, Dragon Ball Super Chapter 95 gave fans a subtle but significant change – Marron, Krillin’s daughter, has undergone a transformation during the time skip.
As the series takes on a time skip, characters like Goten and Trunks have grown older, and the same applies to Bulla, Pan, and Marron. In the latest chapter, readers see Marron with a surprising addition – she now has a nose. Previously, both Krillin and Marron were depicted without noses, but this change marks the manga’s first take on this feature for Marron.
Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT did show older versions of Marron in their epilogues, with a visible nose, sparking speculation among fans. However, Dragon Ball Super’s Chapter 95 provides a canonical explanation for the change. Taking place before the Dragon Ball Z epilogue, the manga helps solidify this new detail in Marron’s character.
Regardless of her appearance, Marron remains a beloved character. With her visible nose, she resembles her mother, Android 18, more closely. Krillin, on the other hand, remains the only noseless member of his family. Perhaps, in the future, another child could join the family, leading to further interesting developments.
For fans not yet caught up with Dragon Ball Super, the manga is available on Manga Plus. The story continues with Goku seeking new challenges after defeating Boo, while the God of Destruction, Beerus, sets his sights on Earth in search of a mysterious figure known as the “Super Saiyan God.”
In conclusion, Dragon Ball Super continues to surprise and intrigue fans with its well-crafted story and unexpected twists. With Marron’s nose revelation now adding to the canon, the series offers even more depth to its beloved characters and their journeys.