Dragonball Z Full Color Battle – Bandai

Dragonball Z Full Color Battle by Bandai

Series: Dragon Ball Z

Company: Bandai

Year: 1993~1997

Size: 3~7cm / 2″

Main distribution: Japan, Hong Kong, Europe, America


Bandai released some of the first figures of Dragonball Z when the show started airing in Japan. This line was called “Full Color Battle” and 36 figures / sets were made. These were later re-released in Hong Kong, as well as by AB Groupe as “Super Guerriers” (Super Warriors), and then re-released again by Irwin Toy, bringing them to the West.

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Dragonball Super Limit Breaker Series – Bandai

Dragonball Super Limit Breaker Series by Bandai Wave 2 Super Saiyan Vegeta

Series: Dragonball Super

Company: Bandai

Year: 2019+

Size: +/-30~33cm

Main distribution: Worldwide


With the success of Dragonball Super new Action Figures got released. Bandai created a new line called ‘Limit Breaker’ series with large 5 points of articulation Action Figures. They are being released in waves.

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Dragonball Super Dragon Stars Series Action Figures – Bandai

Dragonball Super Dragon Stars Series Action Figures by Bandai Series 15 Super Saiyan Vegeta boxed

Series: Dragonball Super

Company: Bandai

Year: 2017+

Size: +/-18 cm

Main distribution: Worldwide


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.

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Pokémon Kids – Bandai

A collection shot of Pokémon Kids by Bandai

Set: Pokémon Kids (ポケモンキッズ) 

Company: Bandai

Year: October 1996+

Size: +/- 4~5.5 cm

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.

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Final Fantasy X-2 Keychains – Bandai

Final Fantasy X-2 Keychains by Bandai

Series: Final Fantasy X-2

Company: Bandai

Year: 2003

Size: 5cm

Main distribution: Japan


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.

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Dragon Ball X One Piece Dream Fusion – Weekly Shōnen Jump 40th Anniversary – Bandai

Dragon Ball X One Piece Dream Fusion by Bandai

Series: Dragon Ball Z & One Piece (crossover)

Company: Bandai

Year: 2008

Size: 5~8.5cm

Main distribution: Japan


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”.

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Dragon Ball Greatest Arts – Bandai

Dragon Ball Greatest Arts by Bandai

Series: Dragon Ball / Dragon Ball Z

Company: Bandai

Year: March 2008

Size: 11~13 cm

Main distribution: Japan

Barcode: 4543112506412


These are large blind box figures that came in a line called “Greatest Arts” from Bandai. 4 different figures are in the set, with a special golden one as well, making for 5 figures.

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