Also, an interesting speculation also surfaced regarding a female Saiyan who will make an appearance in the upcoming episodes of the well-celebrated anime series. Dragon Ball Super may very well have its first Super Saiyan Woman on its hands. Of course, the Legendary Super Saiyan is a controversial one given his questionable canonicity, but it seems like Akira Toriyama may be paying homage to the famous villain with this mysterious character.
While this news isn't earth shattering it would have been nice to know this going into the Million Women's March in Washington D.C. Considering how many awesome signs were on display, a female Broly from Dragon Ball Super certainly would have shaken things up a bit.
Based from Kotaku's report, the unnamed female super saiyan who appeared in the short trailer, was indeed the first of her kind who appeared on both the manga and anime of "Dragon Ball Super". Slated to begin on February, the new arc is said to see the return of some familiar Saiyans, including Cabba. There has been no sighting elsewhere with the exception of certain games like "Dragon Ball: Xenoverse" and "Dragon Ball Heroes".
It is important to note that it is the first time that a female Saiyan will appear in the "Dragon Ball" anime and manga according to Kotaku. That said, it is possible that the woman is a doppelganger of Broly in opposite gender from another Universe. There is also another female Saiyan known as Gine who is the mother of Goku and Raditz. Destruction Gods present, such as Beerus, will oversee the proceedings and the other deities as seen in the recently released "Dragon Ball Super" trailer.
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