Series: Dragon Ball / Dragonball Z / Dragonball GT / Dragonball Kai / Dragonball Super / Dr. Slump
Main distribution: Japan
Banpresto Figure Colosseum (BFC) is a sculpting hall of fame line of figures that are made by various artists in Japan. It is a sculpting figure competition that started in 2010, resulting in a battle royal of the strongest sculptors, and the winners get their figure produced. In 2017 it had matured in Japan and moved worldwide, changing the name to Banpresto World Figure Colosseum (BWFC) with sculptors from all over the world. Figures of Dragonball and One Piece were made in the BFC, but here I’ll only show the Dragonball BFC figures. The figures could only be won in Japan as a prize (think crane games or Ichiban Kuji).
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 large figure of Dragonball Z’s Goku, dressed up as One Piece’s Luffy. This figure was released in a limited run and could only be won in the arcades. There were 4 different figures; Goku style Luffy, Luffy Style Goku, Goku style Nami and Luffy style Bulma.
Series: Dragonball / Dragonball Z / Dragonball Kai / Dragonball Super / Dragonball Z Dokkan Battle / Super Dragonball Heroes
Size: +/- 8 cm
Main distribution: Japan / Worldwide
WCF stands for World Collectable Figures. This is a series made by Banpresto done for several IP’s, like Dragonball, Dragonball Z, Dragonball Kai, Dragonball Super, Dr. Slump, One Piece, My Hero Acedemia etc. These are all little chibi figures on bases. Here you’ll find all the Dragon Ball ones, including the spin offs.
This is the Pokémon Collectionくじ (Kuji) 2018 line ~Pikachu & Eevee~. This series seems to celebrate Pikachu & Eevee. The series consists of plushies, pillows, bowls, towels, plates and keychains. These items could only be won in a Kujiban lottery, hence the name.
This is the Pokémon Collectionくじ (Kuji) 2017 line. This series seems to celebrate Gen I and features lots of pastel colours, party food and presents. The series consists of plushies, pouches, handtowels, glasses and keychains. These items could only be won in a Kujiban lottery, hence the name.
This is the Pikachu & Friends with Berries series. This series is aimed at more adult collectors (particular females), and exists out of various household items. These items could only be won in a Kujiban lottery.
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 large plush of One Piece’s Chopper, dressed up as Dragon Ball Z’s Goku. This plush was released in a limited run and could only be won in the arcades.
This is a Pikachu plush from the Pikachu Mania! line. A silly, funny line with lots of Pikachu expressions. This particular one is a small ballchain / keychain plush that was released in 2015, where Pikachu is curled up asleep.