AN
EPIC
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SCULPTORS

WHAT IS IT?

THE WARRIORS

Meet the contestants stepping into the Arena for the very first “Dragon Ball” World Figure Colosseum: The World Sculpting Arts Tournament.

RULES OF THE BATTLE

Each contestant will select a figure from the following list of Dragon Ball lore.
Contestants are free to choose their own pose and costume from Dragon Ball.

  • THE COLLECTION
    Hiroshi Sagae is back with this effortlessly cool Figure Colosseum 3-winning take on Android 18! Once again, the sculptor's goal was "a complete recreation of an illustration by Toriyama-sensei," but it took him a while to decide which illustration to model. Android 18 turned out to be the perfect choice! Not only does the figure match the manga line for line, but its base really brings out the character's stylish, yet dangerous appeal.
  • THE COLLECTION
    Hiroyuki Nakazawa returns to the Figure Colosseum with his signature logo bases in tow to claim the bronze in FC3! This geared-up Goku comes packing an assortment of highly detailed accessories, like his bag, goggles, and hat; but the real charm comes from his relaxed body language. It's not every day you find a figure of Goku eating or drinking, but the casual energy emanating from this figure helps it round out the top three!
  • THE COLLECTION
    This Figure Colosseum finalist stands tall, calm, and intimidating. Sculptor Ren Kato's goal here was to achieve Akira Toriyama's signature of soft, gentle lines in aggressive settings. The colors here may be simple, but Kato brings a lot of textures to the table. Just look at the leathery look of Goku's boots!
  • THE COLLECTION
    Hiroyuki Nakazawa returns from the first Figure Colosseum to win the second with this dynamic and playful Lunch figure! Everywhere you look, there are new details to be seen, from the flying money to the careful designs of Lunch's bike. Once again, Nakazawa's trademark logo base draws the whole thing together and furthers the sense of speed.
  • THE COLLECTION
    This Figure Colosseum 5 finalist is another impressive modernization of a classic design. While the pose and (finely detailed) scanner are Raditz through and through, this figure styles Raditz's hair from wild and unkempt to something a little more stylish. The way it swoops frames the action of his pose quite nicely! His muscles also look significantly more toned than his original incarnations. He must have been hitting the gym on his way to earth!

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE FIGURE

Now is the time to cast your vote for your favorite Dragonball-Z artist and collection. Make your voice heard and let the world know who deserves to receive the Banpresto World Figure Colosseum top honors.

MANUFACTURING SCHEDULE

Winning figures designed during this tournament will become available to fans around the world. Stay tuned for more information on when each figure will become available.

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