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Super Saiyan 4 Broly Goes On A Rampage In Shonen Jump's Undead Unluck

In chapter 16 of Undead Unluck from Shonen Jump, Undead Andy undergoes a transformation that looks an awful lot like Dragon Ball GT’s Super Saiyan 4.

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Undead Unluck chapter 16!

The Negator Undead Andy literally transforms into a Super Saiyan 4 in Shonen Jump‘s manga Undead Unluck just like how Broly‘s legendary powers are unleashed in the original Dragon Ball Z film.

Of all the Super Saiyan forms, Dragon Ball GT‘s fourth stage deviates the most from the base transformation. Its most defining characteristic is undoubtedly the overall style of the transformed Saiyan’s black hair, which is reminiscent of a mullet, as the back is much longer than the rest of the cut. The front, however, is undoubtedly much wilder than traditional mullets and also in comparison to the more unified spikes as seen in earlier Super Saiyan forms. Undead Andy, a Negator whose eponymous power negates the rule of dying for himself, achieves a variation of this distinct hair style in chapter 16 of Undead Unluck. It’s a stark change from his shorter, more silvery complexion, most of which is slicked back with a few strands hanging over his forehead. Along with his altered appearance, Undead Andy achieves a great deal more power as a “Super Saiyan 4,” and his personality even changes, as he’s literally a different person, referred to as Victor or Victhor.

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