|Debut||Anime: "The Heavens Tremble"|
Maron is a slender girl of curvaceous frame figure with long blue hair, light skin complexion and blue eyes. She is commonly seen wearing a bright red dress with low-cut straps, white cuff socks, and white gym shoes, occasionally wearing a green sports jacket over it. She also wears a yellow bathing suit for swimming, which is very small.
Maron is an air-headed, ditsy, and at times, downright stupid. In fact, in "Call for Restoration", Korin has trouble trying to read her mind to know her moves during a card game, explaining to Yajirobe: "I've seen party balloons with more on their mind." While technically kind in her own right, as she is shown trying to help Gohan repeatedly, Maron is characterized as a bit of a spoiled brat and a bimbo, as she is shown using her good looks to achieve what she wants.
She also has no clue when it comes to social graces, as when she refers to Chi-Chi and Bulma as "old ladies" while seeming completely oblivious as to how rude this sounds. She also has a habit of flirting with other guys while she was dating Krillin, as seen when she makes a flirty comment about Yamcha and when she kisses Gohan; although she does show a firm care for Krillin. Despite these characteristics, Master Roshi takes a firm liking toward Maron, for "obvious" reasons: her well-defined curved figure and her scanty clothing (along with her blissful ignorance to his perversion).
Dragon Ball Z Edit
Garlic Jr. Saga EditMain article: Garlic Jr. Saga
"If you do that, I'm not going to be your girlfriend anymore."
Before going on Kami's Lookout to battle Garlic Jr. and the Spice Boys, Krillin leaves Maron at Korin Tower for her safety. There, she meets Korin and Yajirobe. She notably convinces them to cook for her, and plays poker with them.
After Garlic Jr. is defeated, Krillin breaks up with Maron, believing that she is too good for him. However, she reveals that she would have agreed to marry him if he had asked, but by the time Krillin has already reconsidered his decision, she is picked up by a buff man in a sports car, who drives her giddy with delight solely for offering her ice cream and drives off with him.
Androids Saga Edit
Main article: Androids Saga
Maron re-appears in the Androids Saga looking for Krillin, who is off battling the Androids. She states that he was the only boyfriend she ever loved. During her stay, she learns from Master Roshi the events of the Red Ribbon Army war, Goku's involvement, as well as Goku fighting against Dr. Gero's androids due to the latter wanting revenge against Goku for his role in the Red Ribbon Army's collapse. However, when she asks who will protect her from all the monsters, Roshi and Oolong simply laugh at her. While continuing to wait for Krillin to return, she gets bored and leaves with a group of other admirers, and is not seen again for the remainder of the series.
Video games Edit
Maron appears in Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II. She can be seen hanging around Kame House looking for Krillin. If scanned with the scouter, her database entry comically displays "Scouter analysis cannot detect any brain waves. Perhaps the scouter is malfunctioning?".
Although she herself does not actually appear in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, the player can customize their character to resemble Maron with certain accessories.
Voice actresses Edit
- Japanese dub: Yuko Kobayashi
- Ocean Group dub: Cathy Weseluck
- FUNimation dub: Daphne Gere (Original); Leah Clark (Remastered)
- Latin American dub: Cristina Hernandez
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Letícia Quinto
- Maron shares her name with Krillin's daughter, who was introduced later in the manga, with only minor differences in spelling and pronunciation. The manga writer Akira Toriyama stated, however, he did not name Marron after his old flame. Since Marron, like Krillin, means "chestnut," it is likely that this is a case of the same pun being used by both Toriyama and the anime filler.
- Maron bears a nigh-identical resemblance to Bulma, with blue hair, a buxom figure, and snotty attitude. However, the big difference is that Bulma is older, more mature and is a tech genius, whereas Maron is as ditzy as they come, and is very childish.
- In the episodes "Battle in Kami's Lookout" and "Fight with Piccolo", FUNimation credits Maron's voice actress Leah Clark as "Maron Clark."
- Although she doesn't appear in Dragon Ball Super, Maron is referenced in the episode "The Emperor of Evil Returns! A Reception of Mysterious Assassins?!". In said episode, during their meeting, Android 18, now Krillin's wife, threatens to kill Android 17 after he says Marron's name wrong by saying "Maron".
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 137, "Last Ditch Effort"