Usage and power
The only users of the "Super Mira" state are Mira himself and his fusion with Dabura. In order to take on the Super Mira form he had to first become angry enough to take on a "Runaway" state in-between his base and Super Mira states, and upon fully snapping in his Runaway form he transformed into Super Mira.
The form appears in Chapter 1 of Dark Demon Realm Mission, where Mira uses it during the Dark Demon Realm Saga due to snapping at losing control over the Masked Saiyan. As Super Mira, he is capable of fighting against both Super Saiyan Future Trunks and Xeno Bardock for a brief period of time, but is overwhelmed and forced to retreat.
Video game appearances
The Super Mira form debuts in Dragon Ball Heroes.
|Demon Race||Churai • Dabura/Future Dabura • Demigra • Fu • Gravy • Halto • Julia • Mechikabura • Melee • Mira • Mirayo • Pipila • Putine • Rubee • Salsa • Shula • Shroom • Towa • Yamma • Demon Realm Soldier (Σ • Ω)|
|Demon Transformations|| Darkness|
Demon God (Giant • Makyouka)
Super Mira (Runaway)
|Devils||Ackman • Butor • Chivil • Greatdevilman • Majon • Psidevilman • Spike the Devil Man|
|Other entities||Beelzebub • Janemba/Future Janemba • Janemba's Majin Vegeta) • Fiends (King Gurumes • Igor) • Fire Demons • Majin • Mashenlong • Miniature Demons • Mount Paozu Demons • Phantom Majin (Hirudegarn) • Lucifer|
|Demon Clans||Lord Slug's clan • Makyan • Namekian Demon Clan (Dark Namekians • Mutated Namekian)|
|Fusions||Damira • Daccolo • Janembuu • Toomee • Towale • Towane|
|Related||Black Water Mist • Blood Ruby • Manipulation Sorcery • Dark Magic • Demon Realm • Fruit of the Tree of Might (Demon Realm) • Supervillain • Time Breakers • Villainous Mode|