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Buu also holds the unique ability of being able to transform objects or living things into chocolate or other sweet foods which he then consumes to satiate himself, using the antenna on his head, and he is shown to be capable of magically altering an object's appearance.
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Majin Buu briefly appears in an episode of the 1997 anime remake of Toriyama's Dr. Slump, and makes a brief cameo appearance in Toriyama's manga series Neko Majin Z. He also appears in chapter four of the Saikyō Jump manga Dragon Ball SD, a super deformed spin-off of Dragon Ball written by Naho Ōishi, which depicts a comedic alternate retelling of him being released.  Ōishi drew a special chapter focusing on Buu for the July 2014 issue, titled Dragon Ball SD Majin Buu Extra Story ( ドラゴンボールSD 魔人ブウ番外編, Doragonbōru SD Majin Bū Bangai-hen) it also features Toriyama's Neko Majin.  In the original Japanese, Buu and all his forms are voiced by Kōzō Shioya in all media.  He said he looked at the character as a self-centered three-year-old. Even through all the different forms of the character, Shioya explained that he tried not to deviate too far from the personality of the original while subtlety showing that he changed form.  a b c d e f Toriyama, Akira (2006). "Chapters 503–519". Dragon Ball, Volume 42 (Dragon Ball Z, Volume 26). Viz Media. pp.7–243. ISBN 1-4215-0636-X.Mister Boo continues to be present in the adventure of Outdoor Cotton Swabs, now above the ocean. His challenge (Mr Boo) makes two small appearances and in addition, he appears in the shooting range adventure to counter the shootings of the candidates. Naho (June 2014). " Dragon Ball SD Majin Buu Extra Story". Saikyō Jump. Dragon Ball SD (in Japanese). Shueisha. Justin Lee Collins". ITV. Archived from the original on 2 November 2008 . Retrieved 20 November 2009.
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Smith, David (2008-06-16). "Dragon Ball Z: Season Five DVD Review, You probably know the drill by now, as we plow into the long Cell Saga". IGN . Retrieved 2013-05-25. Let's be honest with ourselves – Majin Buu was pretty tough, but he was just a little too pink to take seriously as a threat most of the time. He is also capable of detaching a large part of his body for various purposes, like ensnaring his targets like a lasso rope, and making clones of himself. This also allows him to absorb other people to obtain their power. Buu can instantly emulate techniques used on him, launching Goku's signature Kamehameha many times, and capable of using Instant Transmission, in his original form. Buu is also revealed to possess godly ki after absorbing the two Supreme Kai, granting him a tremendous surge in power, retaining it after reverting to his pure state. In Dragon Ball GT, an anime-only sequel to the series, both Mr. Buu and Uub participate in battles against foes such as Baby, Super Android #17 and Super One-Star Dragon. They also fuse together, creating a character referred to as "Majuub" or Super Uub ( スーパーウーブ, Sūpā Ūbu), essentially recreating Majin Buu once more. Buu is also seen in the 2008 short film Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! and plays a small role in the 2013 theatrical Dragon Ball Z film, Battle of Gods.Toriyama, Akira (2005). "Chapter 465". Dragon Ball, Volume 39 (Dragon Ball Z, Volume 23). Viz Media. pp.75–87. ISBN 978-1-4215-0148-2.