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Ultimate Collection Super Baby Vegeta figure close up

There are currently a total of 55 Baby (also known as Bebi, Super Baby, and Baby Vegeta) collectibles that have been released by numerous companies to date. A gallery and the attached information appends to the official releases and genuine specifics in regards to the additional merchandise pertaining to each release.

Bandai

Vol33BabyandBejita

Super Battle Collection Volume 33 Vegeta and Baby

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai's massive influx of releases in the mid-2000s era. Pre-2000's, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1993, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. Baby appears in volume 33 of this set. The piece is very unique as it features Baby in his blue form, prior to entering Vegeta's body. Released in 1998, this specific piece comes with a Vegeta figure as well. The packaging midsection reads "Super Saiyan Head Included," which is an extra inter-changeable head piece sculpt just for Vegeta's model. The packaging also features images of Baby in his original blue form as well as Vegeta and a bubble allowing for the figure inside to be observed. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

Vol34babyC

Super Battle Collection Volume 34 Super Baby

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai's massive influx of releases in the mid-2000s era. Pre-2000's, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1993, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. Super Baby Vegeta appears as volume 34 in this set. This time, Baby is seen in Vegeta's guise after invading the Saiyan warrior's body. This piece comes with an entire inter-changeable torso and head of Baby Vegeta pre-Super variant. The box mockup backflap portrays Baby with both variable torso insertions. Also portrayed on the boxart backside is the SBC Super Baby figure from different angles. On the box front, there's two images of Super Baby colliding in a very nice combination. The Bubble allows for the figure inside to be observed. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

Vol37SBCBaby

Super Battle Collection Volume 37 Super Baby Ultimate Version

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai's massive influx of releases in the mid-2000s era. Pre-2000's, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1993, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. "Super Baby Ultimate Version" appears as volume 37 in this set. Released in 1998, this time, Baby is seen in Vegeta's body after his power-up. The box mockup backflap portrays Super Baby Ultimate Version from different angles. On the box front, there's one image of Super Baby depicting him in this format. The Bubble allows for the figure inside to be observed. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

GreatMonkeyBabyBandai

Super Battle Collection Volume 39 Great Monkey Baby

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai's massive influx of releases in the mid-2000s era. Pre-2000's, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1993, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. "Great Monkey Baby," appears as volume 39 in this set. Released in 1998, this time, Baby is seen as a huge golden ape. The box mockup backflap portrays Great Monkey Baby from different angles. On the box front, there's one image of Great Monkey Baby depicting him in this format. The Bubble allows for the figure inside to be observed. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself. The Great Monkey Baby is the most expensive, rarest, and largest figure out of all the SBC releases in the 42-piece collection.

Vol332003

Super Battle Collection Volume 33 Vegeta and Baby repack

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 2003

The Super Battle Collection was repacked and re-released with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Vegeta and Baby 2-pack remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. The figures still come with the inter-changeable Vegeta head. This time, the packaging has a gray outer shading as opposed to the previous version's light blue and dark blue lining. The set is still volume 33 although the repack release date is 2003. The Baby is very unique as it features him in his blue form, prior to entering Vegeta's body. Released in 2003, this specific packaging also features full-body shot images of Baby and Vegeta as opposed to the previous version's head-shots of the characters. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

BabyBandai2003

Super Battle Collection Volume 34 Super Baby repack

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 2003

The Super Battle Collection was repacked and re-released with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Super Baby remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. The figure still comes with the inter-changeable Baby Vegeta torso and head. This time, the packaging has a burgundy outer shading as opposed to the previous version's yellow and red lining. The set is still volume 34 although the repack release date is 2003. Released in 2003, this specific packaging also features a single image of Super Baby Vegeta as opposed to two images as the previous release. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

BabyUltimateVersionSuperBattle

Super Battle Collection Volume 37 Super Baby Ultimate Version repack

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 2003

The Super Battle Collection was repacked and re-released with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Super Baby Ultimate Version remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. This time, the packaging has an orange outer shading as opposed to the previous version's yellow and blue lining. The set is still volume 37 although the repack release date is 2003. Released in 2003, this specific packaging still features the same image of Super Baby Vegeta. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself.

BabyBandai2003magnet

Rubber Magnet Series Baby

  • Dragon Ball GT Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2003

A set of Dragon Ball Z and GT magnets was released in 2003 by Bandai featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold. Included in this 2003 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gohan, Master Roshi, Krillin, Majin Buu, and Baby (from DBGT). Baby is seen in his true form as he slides with his hand raised in front in a blasting position and a sinister expression on his face.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Part 1 Super Baby color version figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2006

Released in May 2006 by Bandai, the GT series was added to the original "Soul of Hyper Figuration" set, including both gray (black and white) versions and colored versions of the same figures in the set. Super Baby Vegeta was included in the Part 1 set along with a few others. Super Baby comes with both arms in tight grips and a serious calculated expression across his face, placing great impression on his piercing eyes. Also, the detail on the shading in between his hair strands is also noteworthy.

SoulofhyperBabyD

Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Part 1 Super Baby black and white version figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2006

Also released in May 2006, the black and white version of the "Soul of Hyper Figuration" release is the same exact figurine but lacking in the color department. Like the colored version, however, it also comes with a base to stand on. There is, however, more impression placed in the form of shadow outlining, which makes the black and white version equally collectible in terms of design. Others included in this set were Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Android 17, Omega Shenron, Trunks, Pan, and Goku.

HgCollectionBabySuper

HG Collection GT Series 2 Super Baby 2 figurine

  • HG Collection GT Series 2
  • Release date: 2006

The HG collection has a wide variety of characters released in numerous sets by Bandai. Super Baby Vegeta Form 2 has made an appearance in HG Collection GT Series Part 2, which was released in 2006. He appears with both hands in an arms-crossed posture and a sinister smile on his face. Also, the piece is designed slightly bulkier than other Super Baby molds. There's a great deal of impression on his hairstyle tilting to one side and his armor having a sharp and sleek look. Much like all HG Collection series figurines, the collectible stands small in size but delivers a great deal of detail. Other pieces included in this volume release are Omega Shenron, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Imagination Series Baby versus Super Saiyan 4 Goku

  • Dragon Ball GT Imagination Series
  • Release date: 2007

Released in June 2007 was the Imagination Series installment for the first GT wave. This gashapon series features an assortment of characters from "Dragon Ball GT" as highly detailed and imaginative miniature figures as diorama replicas. The lineup includes Baby in his true form battling Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta (with golden monkey emanating underneath his aura), Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Goku and Pan which latches onto the Trunks and Giru set to make a larger diorama and all seven Shadow Dragons for a total of six possible diorama sets to collect. These are gashapon figures and are individually packaged in plastic Dragon Balls and were randomly packed into boxes of 8. Baby appears as a part of the diorama battling against Super Saiyan 4 Goku, which comes with Baby in his blue-skinned appearance spiraling behind Goku, who turns to face his opponent with a wild roar. Baby carries a deadly energy ball as there's blue waves of spiraling aura underneath Goku, which envelop the warriors and add to impact to the scene.

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Chara Puchi GT Series Super Baby figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Chara Puchi Super Saiyan 4 Series
  • Release date: 2007

The Chara Puchi GT releases by Bandai were a popular addition to previous Dragon Ball Z installments. In 2007, the next mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of characters from GT included Super Baby. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as a space pod). Baby came sitting on a Dragon Ball and with a miniature transparent base. He is seen tightly gripping both hands and a wicked smile on his face. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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Dragon Ball GT Ultimate Spark Series Baby Vegeta figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Ultimate Spark
  • Release date: 2007

The Ultimate Spark series has had numerous releases portraying Dragon Ball characters with aura and electrifying energy emanating around them. The Dragon Ball GT set was released in December, 2007 and is no exception as it features 5 additional characters from the series. Super Baby Vegeta is included in this set, charging and hovering as he maintains both hands waist-high and tightly gripped into fists as he culminates with an electrifying surge of energy. The energy is colored black with transparency and slight red tint at the edges. The detail being placed on this figurine is massive, from the whirlpool of aura underneath him to the shocks of energy around him. Also, his bodysuit has a bit of navy blue transparency also, making it even more unique. Other pieces included in this same Ultimate Spark set are Shenron with a storm culminating around him, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta with light blue energy swirling around his feet, Super Saiyan 4 Goku with rubble and blue air speeding upward from his aura, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta with a whirlpool of pink and blue aura enveloping his body.

DeformBaby

Deformation GT Series Super Baby 1 figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Deformation Series
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super "Deformation" series in March 2008 in conjunction with the GT series to correspond with the previous Dragon Ball Z releases. The miniature figurines stand at about 5 cm. The Super Baby Vegeta in this set comes with an very unique posture, maintaining both legs spread apart and wearing a sinister snickering smile as he holds out one hand outward, preparing to blast in that direction as his other hand is tightly gripped. Also, his clothing is seen as being torn apart, half of the front portion of his shirt dangling down his chest. The black round base of the figure reads the character's name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it, which in this figurine's case, the base goes by the Japanese naming scheme as "Super Baby I." This series is made up of 11 figures, including Omega Shenron (Super One-Star Dragon), Gogeta, Goku, Nuova Shenron (Four-Star Dragon), Pan, Super Android 17, Super Baby Form 1, Trunks, Uub, Vegeta, and a variant of Gogeta, which was a chaser figure with Metallic Paint.

SupBabVegUltColBan

Ultimate Collection Wave 1 Super Baby Vegeta figure

  • Ultimate Collection Wave 1
  • Release date: 2008

The Ultimate Collection series is another unique one released by Bandai in 2008. It incorporates seven additional figures with additional accessories. The special aspect of this set is the incorporation of Shenron as a secret figure, allowing for him to be a snap-together piece when all the other characters are brought together. Each figure includes one of Shenron's body parts. The complete figure is also well-crafted for a 5-inch scale collectible. Wave 1 of this series completes Shenron and Wave 2 completes Porunga. The figures included in this Wave 1 set along with the attached figurine part are as follows: Super Saiyan Goku (With Shenron's head), Super Saiyan Vegeta (With Shenron's legs), Piccolo (With Shenron's elongated torso), Frieza (With Shenron's arms), Cell (With remainder of Shenron's elongated torso), Super Saiyan 4 Goku from GT (With Shenron's tail), and Super Baby Vegeta from GT (with remainder of Shenron's tail). All the figures also come with parts of the dragon and base allowing for the character to be brought together in perfect unison. This version of the set is the Japanese release, having a unique packaging for the complete set.

Maxi Collection Baby

GT Series Maxi Collection Super Baby 2 figurine

  • Maxi Collection Part 2 Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta
  • Release date: 2010

The HG collection has an expanded re-release of the prior 2006 models for the HG Collection GT Series 2 set. Released on February 9, 2010 is the same set from the prior release with a double likeness for each character to go along with the base color set. Now corresponding with the color set is the transparent models, which allows for two versions of the same set to be collected. Super Baby has made his returning appearance in the Maxi Collection set, remaining the same model as the previous 2006 release but instrumentally having minor alterations in the paint job and getting his own transparent base figure. Other pieces included in this volume release are Omega Shenron, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku.

Babytransparentmaxi

GT Series Maxi Collection Super Baby 2 transparent blue figurine

  • Maxi Collection Part 2 Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta
  • Release date: 2010

The HG collection has an expanded re-release of the prior 2006 models for the HG Collection GT Series 2 set. Released on February 9, 2010 is the same set from the prior release with a double likeness for each character to go along with the base color set. Now corresponding with the color set is the transparent models, which allows for two versions of the same set to be collected. Super Baby's transparent figure is one of the most unique of the set as he is the only one to have a blue transparent figurine. The dark exterior maintains a deadly aura for the infectious and parasitic Tuffle. Other pieces included in this volume release are Omega Shenron (black transparent base), Super Saiyan 4 Goku (red transparent base), Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta (red transparent base), Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta (red transparent base), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (blue transparent base), and Super Saiyan Goku (blue transparent base).

BabyUDM

UDM Burst DBKai and GT Volume 2 Baby

  • Dragon Ball Kai and GT UDM Volume 2
  • Release date: 2013

Continuing its tradition of Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap pieces, the next series has been unveiled to be released in June, 2013. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) and Baby is included in this set, hovering while maintaining an arms-crossed posture and a wicked smile. There's a pink aura emanating from under him and adding depth to the piece. He maintains a sinister appearance although he is designed in a chibi format. All the figures included in this set come with their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Others included in this UDM Kai and GT series 2 set are Super Saiyan Broly, Tien Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku.

Banpresto

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Keyring Double Set including Great Ape Baby and Super Saiyan 4 Goku

  • Thank You Love 30th Prize H Series
  • Release date: 2014

As a part of the "Thank You" 30th Anniversary Series, this series was released in October, 2014 and Prize H is a set of different double keyrings. Each stands at about 50 to 70mm and showcases two characters. Pieces included in this double-keyring set are Frieza (first form) with Super Saiyan Goku, Great Ape Baby with Super Saiyan 4 Goku, super Saiyan Future Trunks with Cyborg Frieza, Semi-Perfect Cell with Super Vegeta, Perfect Cell with Super Saiyan Gohan, Kid Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Majin Buu with Majin Vegeta, Super Buu (Gohan absorbed) with Vegito, Super Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, and Tori-bot with a "Dragon Ball 30th!!" tag.

Mattel

Vol33VegetaBaby

Dragon Ball GT Volume 33 Vegeta and Baby

  • Dragon Ball GT series
  • Release date: 2000

Mattel has re-released the Super Battle Collection as a repackaged set with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Vegeta and Baby 2-pack remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. The figures still come with the inter-changeable Vegeta head. This time, the packaging has a green exterior outer shading and a packaging bubble in the format of a basic action figure as opposed to the boxes. The set is still volume 33 although the repack release date is 2000. Also, the packaging reads "Volume 33 - Vegeta - Baby" separated only by spaces. The cardboard backing features Super Saiyan 4 Goku as the centerpiece image for all the figures in this set.

Vol34MattelBaby

Dragon Ball GT Volume 34 Super Baby

  • Dragon Ball GT series
  • Release date: 2000

Mattel has re-released the Super Battle Collection as a repackaged set with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Super Baby pack with interchangeable torso remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. This time, the packaging has a green exterior outer shading and a packaging bubble in the format of a basic action figure as opposed to the boxes. The set is still volume 34 although the repack release date is 2000. Also, the packaging reads "Volume 34 Super Baby" separated only by spaces. The cardboard backing features Super Saiyan 4 Goku as the centerpiece image for all the figures in this set.

MattelBaby

Dragon Ball GT Volume 37 Super Baby Ultimate Version

  • Dragon Ball GT series
  • Release date: 2000

Mattel has re-released the Super Battle Collection as a repackaged set with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1998, this Super Baby Ultimate Version pack remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. This time, the packaging has a green exterior outer shading and a packaging bubble in the format of a basic action figure as opposed to the boxes. The set is still volume 37 although the repack release date is 2000. Also, the packaging reads "Volume 37 Super Baby Ultimate Version" separated only by spaces. The cardboard backing features Super Saiyan 4 Goku as the centerpiece image for all the figures in this set.

Jakks Pacific

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Dragon Ball GT Series 2 Super Baby Vegeta figure

  • Dragon Ball GT Series 2 Unleashed Fury
  • Release date: 2004

Released in 2004, Dragon Ball GT Series 2 reveals a very unique line-up including Super Baby Vegeta. The set is titled as "Unleashed Fury" and the packaging portrays an image of the character on its box front. All the figures in this set come with a miniature Chibi Vegeta. Oddly enough, the boxart reads the price of the chibi and commercializes the pertaining release as "$2.99 Value! In Stores Soon." Super Baby stands at approximately 7 inches and is one of the GT series most unique models aside from being one of its absolute rarest. Series 2 of the GT series also includes Meta-Rilldo, Super Saiyan Trunks with Giru, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku (child-sized).

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Dragon Ball GT Series 5 Battle Damaged Dr. Myuu versus Baby 2-pack

  • Dragon Ball GT Series 5
  • Release date: 2004

Released in July, 2004, Dragon Ball GT 2-Pack Series 5 is full of surprises as it unleashes a sought-after line-up including Battle-Damaged Dr. Myuu vs. Baby. Dr. Myuu is completely battle damaged here as the figure portrays his appearance after Baby erupts from hiding inside him and destroys what remains of the mad doctor. This is also a unique sculpt for Myuu not only due to the fact that it's his only basic 5 inch figure but also because it's the only one that offers a battle damaged look to the character. The Baby piece in this set is a depiction of the character as he first appears in his metallic state prior to shredding out of Myuu's back and revealing his identity. This pack has a secret hidden Black Star Dragon Ball and it also comes with a second miniature Baby figurine inside of his chamber prior to being released. Series 5 also includes Vegeta vs. Super Saiyan Trunks, and Super Saiyan 3 child-size Goku vs. Super Baby Vegeta.

JakksBabyGoku

Dragon Ball GT Series 5 Super Baby Vegeta versus SS3 Goku 2-pack

  • Dragon Ball GT Series 5
  • Release date: 2004

Released in July, 2004, Dragon Ball GT 2-Pack Series 5 is full of surprises as it unleashes a sought-after line-up including Super Baby Vegeta versus Super Saiyan 3 Goku. Baby is the very same mold here as the previous "Unleashed Fury" series figure although this variant has golden armor as opposed to a yellow touch. Aside from this unique paint job, the figure remains the same but a rare alternate variant of Super Baby Vegeta. Aside from Baby, the set also comes with Super Saiyan 3 Goku in his child form and a cup full of Dragon Balls as an accessory piece. The packaging reads "All New GT Figures" as the primary writing as well as images of Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta and Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta as the backdrop image. Additional images of Super Baby Vegeta and Super Saiyan 3 Goku can be seen on the packaging bubble front. Series 5 also includes Vegeta vs. Super Saiyan Trunks, and Dr. Myuu versus Baby in his parasitic form.

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Battle For Freedom 2-pack including Super Baby Vegeta and Uub

  • Battle For Freedom 2-packs Series 7
  • Release date: 2004

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Super Baby Vegeta along with Uub in its GT series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in 2004, this specific 2-pack is entitled "Battle For Freedom." Uub is actually in his Majuub appearance here and is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Uub's joints being superb, allowing for numerous points of articulation. The Super Baby Vegeta model here is very similar to the DBGT Series 2 piece released earlier in the same year. This 2-pack is quite a rarity as it was released in scarce quantities, coincidentally making Majuub in this format one of Jakks Pacific's rarest figures along with the Super Baby Vegeta included in the same set. Other 2-packs in this same set are Omega Shenron versus Goku, and Super Android 17 versus Super Saiyan Vegeta.

Panini

Babymini

DBGT Premium Series Baby miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball GT Premium series
  • Release date: 2001

Italian company Panini has released a unique sticker series that has included figurines within its mini cellophane trading card pamphlets entitled "Dragon Ball GT Premium" and has "Special Stickers" written on the cover as well as the Panini logo. This miniature Baby figurine is on par with the "Saga Continues" Irwin line and the "Super Guerriers" AB Groupe line. It is modeled very similar to these sculpts and comes in the same height bracket. As a miniature collectible, Baby is seen with both arms directly dangling beside him as he is in an upright posture. He maintains his original clothing and visors across his eyes, even for a miniature figurine, making it very detailed at this scale.

Messori Cioccolato

MessoriBaby

DBGT Messori Cioccolato series Baby miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball GT figurine series
  • Release date: 2003

Released in February 2003, this miniature scale series has incorporated some previously released pieces under the Panini license. This time, it was released by "Messori Cioccolato," a brand of chocolate candy. Pieces featured in this set are Pan, adult Gohan, Vegeta, Dr. Myuu, Uub, Baby, Bulma, Videl, Bulla, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Giru, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan Trunks, and Goku (child-size).

Dolci Preziosi

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Dolci Preziosi set including Baby

  • Dragon Ball GT figurine series
  • Release date: Unknown

Giochi Preziosi sub-division Dolci Preziosi has released a set of miniatures exclusive to some Dragon Ball GT characters. Included in this set are Baby, Great Ape Baby, Pan, Super Saiyan Trunks, Giru, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, and child-size Goku. The Baby in this set appears in his blue form and is very similar to the Messori Cioccolato piece.

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Dolci Preziosi set Great Ape Baby

  • Dragon Ball GT figurine series
  • Release date: Unknown

Giochi Preziosi sub-division Dolci Preziosi has released a set of miniatures exclusive to some Dragon Ball GT characters. Included in this set are Baby, Great Ape Baby, Pan, Super Saiyan Trunks, Giru, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, and child-size Goku. The Baby in this set appears in his blue form and is very similar to the Messori Cioccolato piece.

Salati Preziosi

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Rubber Magnet Series including Baby

  • Dragon Ball Z Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2006

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was re-released in August, 2006 by Salati Preziosi featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold which had previously been released by Bandai. This set of magnets hold a glow-in-the-dark feature. Included in this 2006 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Baby, Piccolo, Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Bulma, Gotenks, Gohan, Master Roshi, Majin Buu, Kid Goku, Kami, Krillin, Trunks (GT), Pan, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Yamcha, and Chi-Chi for a total of 20 pieces in this set.

Giochi Preziosi

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Mini Figurines with Capsule set including Baby

  • Mini Figurines with Capsule
  • Release date: Unknown

A set of mini figurines was released inside ufo-style capsules featuring characters from DBZ and DBGT. Characters included in this set are Baby, Goku, Gohan, Pan, Uub, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, and Super Saiyan Trunks. Each comes with a capsule dome with a lid, which opens up and allows the figurine to be removed or re-inserted. Each ufo capsule features a unique coloring around the panels, ranging from green, blue, red, and yellow.

DeAgostini

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Dragon Ball GT: Your Heroes in 3D number 11 Baby Vegeta figurine

  • DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Collection: Your Heroes in 3D
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Baby Vegeta (who stood at about 5 inches or 12.5cm) was included in this set due to his appearance in the Baby Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is round by shape. Baby Vegeta (credited as "Baby-Vegeta") comes in his basic standing pose with a sinister smile, maintaining his hands to his sides and his neck bent downward in a diabolical and psychotic manner. His facial sculpt is also a bit more vicious and places impression on his blue glowing eyes. This figurine is number 11 in the initial release of the "Your Heroes in 3D" set.

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Dragon Ball GT: Your Heroes in 3D number 23 Baby figurine

  • DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Collection: Your Heroes in 3D
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Baby (who stood at about 4 inches or 10.16 cm) was included in this set due to his appearance in the Baby Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is round by shape. Baby comes in his basic standing pose with a smile running across his face, maintaining his hands to his sides. There's great impression on his head-sculpt and visors, which are darkened for this variant. His armor and bodysuit has a distinct touch and adds further detail to this unique piece. This figurine is number 23 in the initial release of the "Your Heroes in 3D" set.

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Dragon Ball GT: Your Heroes in 3D number 48 Great Ape Baby (Baby Scimmione) figurine

  • DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Collection: Your Heroes in 3D
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Great Ape Baby (also known as "Baby Scimmione" as an alternate naming scheme), stood at about 5 inches or 12.5 cm, and was included in this set due to his appearance in the Baby Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is round by shape. Baby comes in his basic standing pose with a vicious and primal appearance as well as being bent as having a snarling facial expression with impression being placed on his sharp teeth. Aside from this, his tail also does a unique wrap-around, rotating his hand and adding to the overall look of the piece. His armor is sharper and longer and has a distinct touch, adding further detail to this unique piece. This figurine is number 48 in the initial release of the "Your Heroes in 3D" set.

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DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT mini chess set with Baby figurine

  • DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Chess Set Collection
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 3 inch set comprising of 32 pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Baby was included in this set due to his appearance in the Baby Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature bases to stand on. Baby comes in his basic blue appearance. Also, this model portrays Baby with a similar coloring scheme for his overall design and sculpt as the Editions Atlas piece of blue Baby. Baby is placed as the "Pawn" on the chess set, having numerous duplicates of the same piece acting as pawns.

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DBGT Collection number 10 Baby Vegeta figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Baby Vegeta (also credited as "Baby-Vegeta") was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 10 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the second DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Baby Vegeta to be offered at the basic figure height.

EditionsAtlasBabyB

DBGT Collection number 19 Baby figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Baby was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 19 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the second DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Baby in his blue form to be offered at the basic figure height. There are slight differences from this piece and the Your Heroes in 3D version. This version has blue visors as opposed to all-black ones. Also, this version has yellow coloring being used on the armor and boots as opposed to an orange tint, which was used in the earlier Your Heroes in 3D variant.

DeAgBabyB

DBGT Collection number 30 Great Monkey Baby figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Great Monkey Baby was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 30 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the second DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Great Monkey Baby to be offered at the basic figure height. This version slightly differs from the Your Heroes in 3D variant. The tail here is seen swirling downward to the back of his feet. Also, his expression is slightly different as he is seen snarling with a wicked smile across his face.

EditionsAtlasBaby

DBGT Collection number 43 Baby figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Baby was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 43 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the third DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Baby to be offered at the basic figure height. This piece is exceptionally unique as it is the only other Baby piece that features him with gray skin, the other being the Jakks Pacific figure. This Baby figurine is portrayed with a very sinister and fear-inducing replication of the character as he appears in the parasitic form prior to entering the bodies of his targets. His hands are in a chopping motion although they dangle to his sides, with his palms being opened. Also, he holds a stoic expression and is an overall very unique piece.

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DBGT Collection number 48 Baby Vegeta figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Baby Vegeta (also credited as "Baby-Vegeta") was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 48 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the third DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Baby Vegeta to be offered at the basic figure height. This piece greatly differs from both the previous Baby Vegeta pieces released by DeAgostini and Editions Atlas in terms of mold and coloring. His hair flows forward as opposed to resembling Vegeta's initial haircut. Also, his head is sized slightly larger than the previous molds and he has more distinct features discerning him as Baby. This is the last of the Baby pieces released by DeAgostini and Editions Atlas in the full set.

PintaBaby

DBGT Pinta Tus Personajes Favoritos number 3 Baby Vegeta figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Pinta Tus Personajes Favoritos
  • Release date: Unknown

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set of paint-able mini models comprising of approximately 12 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. The model kit paint set is entitled "Dragon Ball GT: Pinta Tus Personajes Favoritos" and each piece features additional canisters of colors that can be used to color the figurine. This Baby piece comes with yellow, silver, and gray paint inside the packaging. The figure numeric was number 3 and he came standing atop a white round base. This piece is very similar to the Your Heroes in 3D mold of Baby Vegeta in terms of construct.

VegetaBabyPan

DBGT DeAgostini and Editions Atlas 2-pack including Super Baby Vegeta with Pan

  • Editions Atlas DeAgostini 2-packs
  • Release date: Unknown

This re-release of the Editions Atlas and DeAgostini pieces is a 2-pack featuring Pan with Super Baby Vegeta. The pieces remain the same as the previously released Editions Atlas models but are packaged together. The packaging features an image of Baby Vegeta with Bulma. Additional writing on the packaging includes the description as "Deine Helden in 3D" (Your heroes in 3D) and "Die Ultimative Dragon Ball GT-Sammlung" (The Ultimate Dragon Ball GT collection). The characters are titled as "Vegetababy & Pan" and the detailed description reads "Erfahre alles über die Dragon Ball GT-Figuren und zeichne sie!" (Learn all about the Dragon Ball GT characters and draw them!). Additionally, the top corner reads "Ausgabe 2 nur 5,90" (Issue 2 only 5,90).

Cremino

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Rubber Juguete Baby Vegeta transparent clear figurine

  • Rubber Toy Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. This was followed by some of the GT sagas. Baby Vegeta appears twice in this mini-wrapped set. His first model appears in a standing position with his hands gripped as he is in his first Baby Vegeta state. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous transparent hues. This piece is available holding a clear transparent hue.

CreminoBabyB

Rubber Juguete Super Baby Vegeta transparent clear figurine

  • Rubber Toy Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. This was followed by some of the GT sagas. Baby Vegeta appears twice in this mini-wrapped set. His second model appears in a moving posture, one leg bent and both hands gripped as he is in his Super Baby Vegeta state. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous transparent hues. This piece is available holding a clear transparent hue.

Mexican Manufacturer

MexicanBaby

Mexican Manufacturer's Super Baby Vegeta figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Super Baby Vegeta model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn't particularly brilliant and neither is the sculpt itself when it comes to this specific model, but it is unique as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. This specific model is portrayed with a charging attack posture, with both hands circulating to collect energy.

Greatmonkeybabymexican

Mexican Manufacturer's Great Monkey Baby figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Great Monkey Baby model is actually a repaint of the Bandai Super Battle Collection Volume 39 piece. However, it has a completely different paint job for the armor and clothing in general. Aside from having blue-tinted armor with red streaks, the figure has a black facial coloring scheme as opposed to the blue one used for the SBC piece. Additionally, Great Monkey Baby here has completely red-filled eyes, which differ from the SBC piece as that originally had pupils and white with red for a detailed look. However, this repaint is equally as rare as the original figure offered by Bandai and remains a rarity although the paint job isn't particularly near as brilliant as the original release.

BabyManufAGrtMnky

Mexican Manufacturer's re-sized Great Monkey Baby figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Great Monkey Baby model is actually a re-sized reversion of the Bandai Super Battle Collection Volume 39 piece. However, it has a similar paint job for the armor and clothing in general. Aside from having a less accurate style for his eyes, the figure is a greatly detailed smaller variant of the original SBC piece. However, this reversion is equally as rare as the original figure offered by Bandai and remains a rarity although the paint job isn't particularly near as accurate as the original release.

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Mexican Manufacturer's Super Baby Vegeta Ultimate Version figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Super Baby Vegeta Ultimate Version model was a re-release of the SBC Volume 37 piece originally offered by Bandai. This one, however, holds a different coloring scheme, as his armor is shaded with a purple hue. The paint job isn't particularly brilliant and the sculpt is just a repaint when it comes to this specific model, but it is unique as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports.

BabyVegetaMexicanB

Mexican Manufacturer's Super Baby Vegeta figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Super Baby Vegeta model was a re-release of the SBC Volume 34 piece originally offered by Bandai. This one, however, holds a different coloring scheme, as his armor is shaded with a black hue. Additional differences include the color of his eyes being a basic white as opposed to the more detailed look of the original Super Battle Collection piece. The paint job isn't particularly brilliant and the sculpt is just a repaint when it comes to this specific model, but it is unique as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports.

BabyVegetaMexC

Mexican Manufacturer's Super Baby Vegeta figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Super Baby Vegeta model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just redone reversions of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn't particularly brilliant and neither is the sculpt itself when it comes to this specific model, but it is unique as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. This specific model is portrayed with a tightly gripped battle-ready posture, with both hands raised waist-high. Additional details include his battle-damaged clothing and red boots and gloves.

Chinese Manufacturer

FighterGTBaby

Fighter GT Series 3-pack including Baby

  • Fighter GT series
  • Release date: Unknown

This 3-pack set is one of two different 3-packs featuring characters from DBGT. The set is titled "Fighter GT" and comes with three different pieces. The Super Baby Vegeta is the same piece from the Super Battle Collection albeit having a slightly less accurate paint job and being a replica. Others included in this Fighter GT pack are Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, and a very odd Goku. There are also six mini round paper pog style pieces including images of Baby's true form, Baby's true form in adult size, Majuub, Great Monkey Baby, Super Baby Vegeta, and Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta.

Unknown

Baby2inch

2 inch Baby Vegeta figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT 2 inch series
  • Release date: Unknown

Standing at 2 inches tall, this Baby Vegeta comes in a bent position, preparing to lunge or dash at his opponent. It is modeled similar to the "Super Guerriers" and "Saga Continues" line of figurines albeit having a larger sized head. All his clothing, bodysuit, visors, and armor are intact even for a miniature piece of this size. Additionally, his hair is seen toppling to one side as he appears this way in the Super Baby Vegeta form.

Babybase

Baby Vegeta mini figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT mini figurine series
  • Release date: Unknown

This mini figurine of Baby Vegeta is seen on a white base as he raises one leg upward and the other in a landing posture. He is seen holding a prepared stance with his mouth open in an expression of frantic movement. The figurine has a slightly larger sized head. This is a depiction of Baby Vegeta's appearance prior to becoming Super Baby Vegeta.

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