"Gure" redirects here. For the Ghost Warrior who also goes by this name, see Gure (Ghost Warrior).

Anime name Gure
Debut Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! (September 2008)
Appears in Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!
Race Unknown
Gender Female
Family Tarble (Husband)
King Vegeta (Father-in-law)
Vegeta (Brother-in-law)
Bulma (Sister-in-law)
Trunks (Nephew)
Future Trunks (Nephew, Alternate timeline)
Bulla (Niece)
Vegeta Jr.'s mother (Great Grandniece)
Vegeta Jr. (Great-Great Grandnephew)

"How do you do, my brother? I'm Gure. I'm honored."
Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!

Gure (グレ) makes her debut (and ultimately, her only appearance) in the 2008 OVA Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!. She is a peculiar alien and wife to Vegeta's estranged brother Tarble. Her name is a pun on the Japanese word for grape; Gureepu


Dragonball Z - Yo The Return of Son-Goku and Friends 0699

Gure first being seen

Gure's background is almost devoid of any information. All that is known for sure is at some point she meets Tarble and they get married. Two years after the defeat of Kid Buu, Tarble, accompanied by Gure, flee to Earth to seek Vegeta's assistance in defeating the brother duo Abo and Kado, former henchmen of Frieza whom Tarble confesses have since become as powerful as their master and have been terrorizing his home. Abo and Kado pursue Tarble and Gure to Earth using Attack Balls, where Trunks and Goten face the two.


Gure and Vegeta bowing to one another

She does not say much besides greeting Vegeta as her brother-in-law after Tarble introduces her as his wife and wishing Trunks good luck against the incoming duo. During Aka's Super Wahaha no Ha attack, she is seen being protected by her husband as Gotenks deflects the blasts coming towards them and is last seen being astounded at Goku and Vegeta's appetite. It is unknown whether Gure and Tarble stayed on Earth or returned to space afterward.

Voice actressEdit

  • Japanese: Kumiko Nishihara


  • Gure looks like the Tekuteku Aliens (テクテク星人) that first appeared in the 2007 Dr. Slump special "Dr. Mashirito and Abale-chan", and later in the manga Neko Majin. Though, the members of the race seen in those media were hostile.