With the success of Dragonball Super new Action Figures got released. Bandai created a new line called ‘Dragon Stars’ series with various poseable / articulated Action Figures, and later Nano versions as well. They are being released in series, 16 series so far are out.
Main distribution: Japan, Europe, Australia, United States, UK
Pokémon Kids are a line of figures that are hollow. In Japan, these can be bought boxed in singles, and come with a card and candy. Outside Japan, these are marketed as “finger puppets” and come in 6 or 4 packs. The line is still running today and each Pokémon has gotten a Kid figure, some even more in several poses. There are also shiny (Japan only) and clear variants (up to 2008), as well as an Attack line (Pokémon posed doing Attacks). Some special sets have also been released.
These are a set of keychains of Chibi characters made for Final Fantasy X-2 by Bandai. A total of 5 different characters were made, and came in a blindbox. Inside the blindbox was the figure in plastic on card.
This is a very special collaboration between Dragon Ball Z and One Piece to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Weekly Shōnen Jump. It’s a line of small figures that came in blind boxes, called “Dream Fusion”.
Full Color R is a series of Gashapon sets of small figures on a transparant black base with a logo / symbol. They came out of a Gashapon machine in a capsule. Several IPs were done in this style, including Dragonball Z, Naruto, One Piece and Capcom All Stars. They were made by Bandai, and some were later redistributed by AB Groupe in Europe, where they were rebranded as some collection. Here you will find the Dragonball Z ones. 5 parts were made of 10 figures, resulting in 50 figures total.