AN
EPIC
BATTLE
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WORLD
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TOY
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
    Battle-damaged, but undaunted in spirit, this Figure Colosseum 1 finalist captures the true power of Son Goku when he turns Super Saiyan 3. Everything from this Goku's battered boots to his look of confidence adds up to make this figure a truly mighty one!
  • THE COLLECTION
    One of the two winners of Figure Colosseum 5 portrays Goku at the end of his vicious battle with Frieza. Getting the figure to match the manga perfectly required a great deal of work from sculptor Hiroyuki Nakazawa, due to Goku's battered muscles and tattered gi. Far from making Goku look weak, however, this battle damage just adds to the ferocity of Goku's pose here.
  • THE COLLECTION
    For his Figure Colosseum 2 finalist, sculptor Hiroki designed a "coming-of-age Goku: figure. Sort of a middle ground between Goku as he appears in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Because his goal was to portray Goku on his way to adulthood, his muscles are smaller than some of the other figures. While he is more youthful here than usual, Goku still has a lot of power behind him, as evidenced by his flowing hair and belt.
  • THE COLLECTION
    Android 16 is a gentle giant, but this massive figure doesn't look friendly! This, of course, was by design. Sculptor Yohei Suzuki's approach for his Figure Colosseum 1 finalist was to utilize the size of the character to "make him intimidating to the audience." He certainly succeeded! The texture work on this figure really makes him come alive.
  • THE COLLECTION
    This sizable sculpture was a Figure Colosseum 1 finalist. Sculptor Hiromi Nakagawa didn't want size to be everything, though, deliberately giving the self-proclaimed "Prince of All Saiyans" a look that caught viewers' attention.

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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