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As I floated between dimensions, I thought hard about what I was missing. What did they have that I didn't? Of course. It was fighting spirit. The will to stand up against any foe without fear! A being like me born into incredible power is deprived of such a spirit! I can no longer call myself the strongest, because this fight will take me beyond my limit and on to a whole new level.

—Mira to Towa in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2

Mira anime
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Race Earthling
Birthplace Demon Realm
Status Deceased
Gender Male Icon Male
Voice Actors
English John Michael Tatum
Japanese Hiroki Takahashi
Professional Status
Affiliation(s) Time Breakers Time Breakers
Occupation(s) Demon King
Partner(s) Towa
Headquarters Demon Realm
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 1 (SDBH)
Game Debut Dragon Ball Online
Image Gallery
Character Image Gallery

Mira (ミラ) is an artificial monster-type Earthling,[3] resembling a Demon, created by Towa. He is the co-leader of the antagonistic force, Time Breakers as well as the current "Demon King" (魔王, Maō) — having assumed the role after Dabra's death. He serves as the main villains from the video games Dragon Ball Online and Dragon Ball XenoVerse.



Mira has an incredibly stoic demeanor, and hardly ever speaks, letting his creator/wife handle communication. Other than that, he's very protective towards Towa.

He's shown to be pretty confident, as he believed he could take on both Gokū and Majin Bū at the same time.

Due to the various DNA and powers from various masters, he likes to fight strong opponents, but is willing to commend their skill, and desires to integrate their energy to his. However if an opponent is weak, he will not only be disappointed, but will personally eliminate them.

In Dragon Ball XenoVerse, he displayed a vengeful side, after being rescued by Towa from near-death, he promised that he'd take his revenge on those that got in his way (i.e. Trunks and the time patrollers).


Mira DBXV concept art





  • Mira's name is an anagram of the Japanese word for "future" — mirai (未来).
  • The reason why Mira and Towa were not killed at the end of Dragon Ball XenoVerse was because Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, did not want them to be killed.[4]


  1. V Jump November 2014
  2. Saikyō Jump November 2014
  3. Dragon Ball Online
  4. E3 2016 Interview with Masayuki Hirano