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Dr. Mashirito (Dr.マシリト Dokutā Mashirito) later Caramel Man 009 (キャラメルマン009) is an evil scientist who is Senbei Norimaki's rival and the main antagonist of the Dr. Slump series. He is the creator of Obotchaman.


Dr. Mashirito is an evil genius whose intelligence is equal, if not superior, to Senbei's. He is also quite perverted.


Beginning His Ambition[]


An example of one of Dr. Mashirito's perverted schemes in chapter 67.

Dr. Mashirito starts his conquest for world domination when he builds his robotic suit Caramel Man 001. When he asks a magic mirror who the strongest robot in the world is, the mirror shows Arale Norimaki, making his goal to defeat her with Caramel Man 001. Mashirito travels with Caramel Man 001 to Penguin Village in order to fight with Arale. When he is easily overpowered, Mashirito gets out of Caramel Man 001 and takes Arale's glasses off to make her not see straight in hopes of beating her. He accidentally bumps into Senbei Norimaki while returning to his robotic suit, which takes him time, and then he finds out that Gatchan ate Caramel Man 001 before he could get back into it to defeat Arale.

Penguin Village Grand Prix[]


Dr. Mashirito after Gatchan ate Caramel Man 001 in Chapter 68.

He makes a cameo in The Biggest Bye'cha of All.

He has the role of one of Cinderella's half-sisters in Cinderella, the Musical.

Dr. Mashirito is a contestant in the race organized in the Penguin Gran Prix chapters, using Caramel Man 002 as his vehicle.

Who's the Strongest in the World? Tournament[]

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Dr. Mashirito as Caramel Man 009.

Dr. Mashirito fully transforms himself into a cyborg and becomes known as Caramel Man 008. When someone pointed out that he accidentally made two robots named Caramel Man 007, he has the eight crossed out with a small nine written next to it. He fights in the "Who's the Strongest in the World?" tournament and makes it to the final round to fight Arale. Furious from the beating Arale was giving him, Caramel Man 009 puts Arale to sleep (or unconscious) with a special ray gun he had stored in his body and blows her away. Obotchaman who watches from the sidelines becomes angry at the Caramel Man and decides to interfere.

While Caramel Man 009 is laughing with victory, Obotchaman puts a wig similar to Arale's hair and pretends to be her. The Caramel man is surprised to see "Arale" again. Obotchaman defeats him with a N'cha Cannon blast, reducing his full cyborg Caramel Man 009 body to nothing but a bolt.

After Death[]


Mashirito's ghost in the series finale.

He makes an appearance as a ghost at the end of the series, witnessing the launching of Senbei's rocket and swearing that he will still take over the world one day. It is later revealed that he has a son called Dr. Mashirito Jr. in the one-shot Dr. Mashirito and Abale-chan, who creates an evil counterpart of Arale Norimaki called Abale.

Other Media[]

Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha! From Penguin Village With Love[]

Dr. Mashirito makes an appearance in the 7th film, attending the banquet that the princess holds where he tries to prove he's better than Senbei.

The Brief Return of Dr. Slump[]

Despite having perished in the original Dr. Slump manga, Dr. Mashirito returns, alive and well, albeit with his hairstyle from the upcoming remake, Doctor Slump.

Doctor Slump[]


Dr. Mashirito in Doctor Slump.

In the remake, Mashirito's hairstyle has been changed as well. Later, he becomes robotic-like in the original manga/anime. However, his left hand, which was replaced with a metal crab-like claw in the original version, appears no different from an ordinary hand in the remake. He also has the number "8" painted onto his chin, stating he is Caramel Man 008. In episode 60, Dr. Mashirito steals all the Dragon Balls from Goku using one of his robots. General Blue and Murasaki then end up stopping him and taking the Dragon Balls for themselves.

Jump Super Stars manga[]


Dr. Mashirito in Jump Super Stars.

Dr. Mashirito is the main antagonist of the Jump Super Stars one-shot meant to promote the game. In the one-shot, He uses an invention called the Protagonist Tractor Beam to lure protagonists of other series from Shonen Jump into the realm of Jump World with the intention of recruiting them to help him take it over. Upon bringing Sena Kobayakawa into the Jump world, his robot Caramel Man 010 gets destroyed by the combined effort of Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Son Goku, Monkey D. Luffy, and Naruto Uzumaki and then is revealed to have Mamori Anezaki, Sena's friend as a hostage. When the heroes came to make a move at Dr. Mashirito's lab, he sends his next robot Caramel Man 011 to avenge his previous one. While Caramel Man 011 is being defeated by the heroes, Sena dashes into the lab himself, and as Mashirito tries to assault him, he was too slow for Sena's quick legs and accidentally falls out the window of his evil lair being defeated.

Dragon Ball Super[]

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Dr. Mashirito's ghost as he appears in Dragon Ball Super.

In Goku vs. Arale! An Off-the-Wall Battle Spells the End of the Earth?, Dr. Mashirito escapes from Hell, or HFIL (which he calls Home For Infinite Losers in the Funimation Dub, a callback to early edited for TV English dubs of Dragon Ball Z which often censored Hell by replacing it with HFIL) to take revenge on Senbei while he is attending an awards ceremony for his Reality Machine #2. He drugs Arale with a chemical named Playtime X, which increases her desire to play by a hundred-fold causing Arale to go on a rampage. She is confronted by Vegeta who was at the ceremony with his wife Bulma and Goku who was working as a security guard at the event. Despite Goku and Vegeta's power, Arale is able to defeat Vegeta very easily and then matches with Super Saiyan Blue Goku, which Vegeta attributes to her status as a gag manga character.

Trunks and Senbei manage to distract Arale with a poop made by Senbei's Reality Machine #2 and find out that they cannot harm Dr. Mashirito since he is a ghost, so Bulma comes up with another idea and picks up the video camera showing the conference live around the world. She points it at Reality Machine #2 and tells everyone to imagine the most delicious food they can think of. Everyone around the world watching does so, and when Reality Machine #2 gets everyone's images, he creates a small, brown orb that consists of the food everyone thought of. God of Destruction, Beerus immediately wakes up upon sensing this food, and he and Whis crash onto the scene, with Whis commenting he never went that fast before. Beerus picks up the orb as Dr. Mashirito condescendingly talks to him, little did he know that he is been destroyed by Beerus' Hakai with Whis claiming that Beerus is the God of Destruction can destroy anything, even if it is a ghost. As Dr. Mashirito's soul is destroyed as well, he is effectively erased from existence.

The Playtime X Dr. Mashirito gave Arale and the Gatchan's wears off, restoring them to normal.

Video game appearances[]


Dr. Mashirito in Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden.

Dr. Mashirito is an antagonist in Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden.

He is a playable character and the main antagonist in the Nintendo DS game, Jump Super Stars where he can fuse with Piccolo for a tag attack, resulting in a character that uses a yelling attack. This fusion might be a reference to the fact that both characters were based on Akira Toriyama's first editor, Kazuhiko Torishima.


Dr. Mashirito and Piccolo fusing in Jump Super Stars.

Dr. Mashirito returns in the sequel, Jump Ultimate Stars, where he also plans to take control of the Jump universe.

He also appears in Dr. Slump: Arale-Chan for Nintendo DS.

Dub voices[]

  • English Funimation dub: Barry Yandell
  • Brazilian Portuguese dub: Fábio Moura
  • Latin Spanish dub: Erick Archundia (1980s series, 1990s series 1st voice), Gustavo Melgarejo (1990s series 2nd voice), Joaquín López (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Castilian Spanish dub: Juan Carlos Villanueva (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Polish dub: Tomasz Śliwiński (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Italian dub: Claudio Moneta


  • Dr. Mashirito was made in the image of Akira Toriyama's first editor, Kazuhiko Torishima. Toriyama came up with this design after his editor criticized his original version for not looking sinister enough. The name Mashirito (マシリト) is also based on his editor's name and is Torishima (トリシマ) spelled backward. A reference is made to this in the chapter Penguin Gran Prix, Part 2.
  • In the manga, Tori-bot goes into the future and discovers the remains of Dr. Mashirito are a spring and a bolt.
  • In both the original and remake, Dr. Mashirito seems to wear high-heeled boots, presuming to make himself look taller and more intimidating.
  • The fact that Dr. Mashirito and Piccolo can fuse together in Jump Super Stars could possibly be a reference to the fact that both Mashirito and Piccolo's father King Piccolo were both villains based on Toriyama's editor Kazuhiko Torishima.
    • Dr. Mashirito and King Piccolo are similar in that they are villains modeled after Kazuhiko Torishima and both have sons named after them, Dr. Mashirito Jr. and Piccolo Jr. who try to follow in their father's villainous footsteps. However, Piccolo later rejected his evil ways, finally becoming allies with Goku and mentor to Gohan.
  • As his ghost is destroyed by Beerus in Dragon Ball Super, Mashirito is the first and currently the only character in both the Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump franchise to die while he's already dead onscreen. This means his actual soul is destroyed, and that he has erased from existence itself and can never return.


Mashirito Army
Members Dr. MashiritoDr. Mashirito Jr.King NikochanKing Nikochan's servantRobot Poop
Caramel Men Caramel Man 001Caramel Man 002Caramel Man 003ObotchamanCaramel Man 005Caramel Man 006Caramel Man 007Caramel Man 008Caramel Man 009Caramel Man 010Caramel Man 010 (Jump Stars)Caramel Man 011Caramel Man 022AbaleGreat Caramel Man
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