Bandai started producing these figures late in 2010. So far, 24 figures have been released, with six more scheduled for release soon and five more figures shown with no release yet announced.
The most expensive figure is more valuable now than the vast majority of vintage Dragon Ball Z action figures! It’s the Super Saiyan Son Goku that was released at San Diego Comic Con in 2011. It was one of the earliest releases for the line, but since it’s a key character in a desirable form, many collectors consider it a must-have item and have been pushing the prices up higher and higher as a result. Bandai has continued to release additional San Diego Comic Con exclusive figures like Frieza, Saga, Son Goku, and a special version of Vegeta, though they have not become as expensive as their predecessor.
While Irwin Toys and Jakks Pacific took the reins on Dragon Ball Z action figures for many years, it seems fitting that Bandai have once again tackled this incredibly popular license with a new line of toys that many collectors consider to be the best ones ever made: the line. These figures represent a state-of-the-art approach to action figure design. These figures are articulated in such a way as to match movements of the human body and come with interchangeable hands and facial expressions so that you can perfectly capture any scene imaginable from either the TV series or the movies.
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Dragon Ball Real Works Figure Wave 2 Figure Case
Dragon Ball Real Works Figure Wave 2 Figure Case Description:
These Real Works figures are highly collectable, 4 1/2-inch tall stylized depictions of the most popular characters from Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT. The Wave 2 case features the following characters: 2x Goku (GT), 2x Super Saiyan 4 Goku (GT), 3x Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta (GT), 3x Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta (GT), 1x Trunks (GT), and 1x Uub (GT) (Subject to change.) Each figure is authentically sculpted, painted and displayed on a stand.
Ladies and Gents I have here my Dragon Ball Action Figure collection..
The collection includes figures from every Dragon Ball Universe including Dragon Ball, Z, GT, and AF..
Most of the figures are manufactured, but some of the majority are customs and Mexican bootlegs.
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Their Dragon Ball Z Action Figure Lamps are designed so simply, it’s one of those times you tell yourself, “I should have thought about making this”! You can still make them, though, since you have to assemble the lamps. Check out our favorites from the shop.