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Babidi Saga's Dabura figure close up

There are currently a total of 37 Dabura 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

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Part 24 Keshi Dabura

  • Majin Buu Battle Part 24 Keshi Set
  • Release date: 1994

This miniature Keshi set Part 24 has included a few of the characters from the Majin Buu Saga. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Babidi, Dabura, Yamu, Spopovich, Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan Gohan, Super Saiyan Kid Goten, Super Saiyan Goku with Halo, Super Saiyan Broly, and Goku with angelic wings.

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SP Metallic Keshi Part 2 Dabura

  • SP Metallic Keshi Part 2 Set
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Metaru (Metallic) Keshi Part 2 set has included a few of the characters from the Majin Buu Saga. One of Bandai's Metallic series, it has included characters such as Babidi, Dabura, Supreme Kai, Super Saiyan Broly, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Gohan, and Super Saiyan Goku with Halo for a total of 7 pieces in this set.

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Kyarakan series Dabura

  • Kyarakan Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Kyarakan set has included a few of the characters from the Majin Buu Saga, Cell Saga, the Cooler's Revenge movie and the Broly movies. Each character comes atop a miniature white base and is chibi in the design style. The set has included characters such as Dabura, Supreme Kai, Perfect Cell, Super Saiyan Broly, Cooler in his transformed state, Piccolo, Majin Buu, Mr. Satan, Krillin, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, Super Buu, Kid Buu, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, adult Gohan, Super Saiyan Gohan with Z Sword, Super Saiyan Gotenks, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks for a total of 19 pieces in this set.

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HG Collection Dabura figurine

  • HG Collection Part 6
  • Release date: 2005

The HG collection has a wide variety of characters released in numerous sets by Bandai. Dabura has made an appearance in HG Collection Part 6, which was released in 2005. He appears with both arms resting on his sides and a wicked smirk running across his lips. There’s a great impression on his mouth and moustache in particular. Much like all HG Collection series figurines, the collectible stands small in size but delivers a great deal of detail. Also included in this volume release is Videl, Super Saiyan Goku, Babidi, Perfect Cell, Recoome, and Great Saiyaman.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration series Dabura figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Volume 7
  • Release date: 2006

Bandai has released the Soul of Hyper Figuration series, which included Dabura in volume 7 of the series. Dabura stands firm with a distinct evil smirk and very solid piercing eyes, especially modeled with a ruthless glare. Dabura is packaged along with Babidi in this specific set. Released in September 2006, the series also included a pumped up final form Frieza, maxed out final form Cooler, King Kai with Bubbles and Gregory, Great Saiyaman, Kid Trunks, Kid Goten, Super Saiyan Goku, Goku erupting with the Kaioken attack, and Majin Vegeta.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration black and white Dabura with Babidi figurines

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Volume 7
  • Release date: 2006

The same Soul of Hyper Figuration set was simultaneously released by Bandai as a black and white alternate coloring scheme. The same Dabura figurine is included in this set along with Babidi and all the same characters from the color version. 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. Also released in September 2006, this part of the Hyper Figuration series (primarily revolving around the Babidi saga and the Majin conflicts, was followed by Series 8, which was the Super Buu and Janemba debacle along with the fusions.

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Collection New Generation Dabura figurine

  • Collection New Generation
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai has offered a nice set called the “Collection New Generation,” which includes characters primarily from the Majin Buu Saga. The Dabura in this set comes standing with both arms dangling to his sides, with great impression on his elongated ears. Others included in this gashapon set are Uub, King Kai, Vegeta, Goku (as he appears in the final tournament), Babidi, Great Saiyaman, Kid Buu, a Super Kamikaze Ghost, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks. The base he stands on comes with the "M" logo representing his Majin affiliation.

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Deformation series Dabura figurine

  • Super Deformation Majin Boo series
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super “Deformation” series in November 2008 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Dabura in this set comes with an arms-crossed motion and is seen standing in a confident posture. The black round base of the figure reads the character’s name (which in this case reads “Darbura” instead of “Dabura”) and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it.

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Bandai's 2-pack including "Deformation" series Dabura re-release

  • Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has re-released the "Deformation" series Dabura figurine in a specially boxed 2-pack case with Vegeta. The figures are released under the series entitled "Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM," which roughly translated means "5 CM Collectible Figures." The box art reads "Vegeta y Dabra" as the title, commonly referring to another of Dabura's alternate naming schemes, "Dabra." Under the figure title is the Ref number, which in this case is signified as the following digits: 34522. Aside from the new box mockup and the additional Vegeta included, the Dabura figurine remains the same with a solid black base to stand on, which is visibly packaged directly behind the figure in the box bubble.

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Bandai's Deformation series Dabura re-release

  • Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has re-released the "Deformation" series Dabura figurine in a specially boxed case. The figure is released under the series entitled "Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM," which roughly translated means "5 CM Collectible Figures." The box art reads "Dabra" as the title." Under the figure title is the Ref number, which in this case is signified as the following digits: 34515. Aside from the new box mockup, the Dabura figurine remains the same with a solid black base to stand on, which is visibly packaged directly behind the figure in the box bubble. This is the same figurine from aforementioned 2-pack as a single piece in its own packaging.

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Heroes Collection Dabura figurine close up

  • Heroes Collection
  • Release date: 2011

Released on June 28th, 2011, Bandai's "Heroes Collection" was a strong line of figurines, which offered a special card with each collectible. Standing at approximately 5 cm (2 inches), the Heroes Collection miniature figurines came with trading cards with highly detailed character art and power information. The Dabura figure was specifically highly detailed, with his sword slicing into the ground as he maintained a demonic and overpowering stance with sincere ferocity. Much like many other Dabura figurines, the base reads “Darbura” rather than “Dabura” as a common alternate spelling. Involving the Buu Saga debacle, others included in this set were Super Saiyan Goku, Gohan, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Piccolo, Kid Goten, Kid Trunks, and Krillin.

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Majin Buu with mini Dabura strap

  • Dragon Ball Kai Mini Straps
  • Release date: Unknown

This Bandai release of miniature phone straps includes six pieces in the full set. Majin Buu is seen in a sitting posture with a cute chibi appearance. A Dabura cookie comes attached to his chain as his primary accessory piece. Others included in this same set are Future Trunks with his sword, Vegeta with his scouter, Super Saiyan Goku with his radar, Piccolo with a Namekian Spaceship, and Korin with a pot of Sacred Water. Each mini strap comes with a sewn red chain.

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DBKai UDM Burst Set Volume 6 Dabura

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ultimate Deformed Mascot Burst series 6
  • Release date: 2014

A nice addition by Bandai is the Dragon Ball Kai Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap Burst series part 6 which was announced for 2014. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) and Dabura is included in this set as he appears in an arms-crossed posture and a sinister expression on his face. 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 series 6 set are Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Gohan (Great Saiyaman outfit), Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta.

Banpresto

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HG plus EX action pose Dabura figure

  • HG Plus EX Action Pose series
  • Release date: 2008

Banpresto has also released Dabura in a set of 8 figures in the HG Plus EX Action Pose series of figurines. Released on August 30, 2008, the figurines were randomly packed in a chance of 8 different ones and have the same miniature box art. The distinct feature of this series is the ability to pose the figurines in unique stances. Dabura's sword and model is well crafted, allowing for deadly positions and sinister striking poses. Another nice additional feature is the Babidi figurine, which comes alongside the Dabura as a special accessory. Also included in this set are Super Saiyan Goku, Goten, Majin Vegeta, Trunks, Super Buu, and Majin Buu.

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High Grade Keychain series 6 Dabura

  • High Grade Keychain series 6
  • Release date: 2009

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Dabura keychain figure in 2009. The figure stands at approximately 3 inches tall. Also included in this same keychain assortment was Supreme Kai, Goten and Trunks in the Mighty Mask outfit, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Great Saiyaman. The Dabura comes with the arms-crossed posture and is a mini-figure with an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Dabura's position, showing his head facing the side while his body remains sturdy.

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SCultures Majin Buu figure with Dabura cookie base

  • Dragon Ball Kai SCultures Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 3 Figure
  • Release date: 2013

Extremely highly detailed, this figure is likely one of the absolute best designs for Majin Buu's model sculpts. Very simple assembly is required to fit the figure together and the figure comes standing with his hands resting on his sides. The figure comes with a highly unique packaging and five interchangeable heads, each of which portrays a different expression on Buu's face (smiling, teeth gritted, tongue sticking out, sinister grin, and happy showcasing mouth interior). Aside from all these great features, Majin Buu also comes with a Dabura cookie, which is specially designed for this piece as a base stand and is a great collectible all by itself. The Dabura cookie is quite large in size and once rotated, allows for Buu to stand atop the black portion as a base. Standing at 130mm (5.07 inches), this is a PVC piece and likely one of the most accurate depictions for this character. Released on July 23rd, 2013, this figure is extremely limited and collectible and was a part of the SCultures series that went along with the Dragon Ball Kai releases and is a part of the Coliseum Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 3 installment. The box mockup portrays Majin Buu on front with a great deal of impression on the figure and the overall work put into the design. This specific model was crafted by sculptor Oonishi Kouji. Other pieces included in this same Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 3 installment for the SCultures 2013 set are Android 18, Master Roshi, Super Saiyan 3 Broly, Goku, and a young Chi-Chi.

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Micro Series Dabura

  • Dragon Ball Z Micro Series Volume 1
  • Release date: 2014

The first Banpresto micro series volume set is scheduled for a December, 2014 release and incorporates characters from the Buu Saga. Each piece comes with its unique holofoil character card and the Banpresto logo. Characters included in this volume 1 set are Dabura, Super Buu, Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, Gohan (Great Saiyaman outfit), Majin Vegeta, and Gotenks. Volume 2 is scheduled for a February 2015 release and includes Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Vegito, Kid Buu, Super Buu (Gohan absorbed), Piccolo, Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Uub.

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DBZ WCF Episode of Boo Series Dabura figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z WCF Episode of Boo Volume 1
  • Release date: 2015

This upcoming Episode of Buu Volume 1 series is to incorporate a few characters appearing in the Dragon Ball Kai Buu Saga. This set is scheduled for release in January, 2015. Those included in this set are Mr. Satan, Majin Vegeta, Dabura, Videl, Super Saiyan Goku with a halo, and Gohan. Each piece comes with a unique packaging and is highly detailed for this exceptionally limited Buu Saga set. Dabura is seen standing in an arms-crossed posture with a confident smile on his face.

Unifive

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Posing series 4 Dabura cookie

  • Posing series 4
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive, a subsidiary of Banpresto, has released a posing figure of Majin Buu which has included Dabura in cookie format as an additional accessory. Released in June, 2004, the set incorporates numerous characters from the Majin conflict. Others included in this same set are Great Saiyaman, Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a halo, Vegito, Super Saiyan Gotenks with a Super Kamikaze Ghost, and Kid Buu. The Dabura cookie is a nice accessory as it's designed to look perfectly as in the series, being a good physical interpretation of Dabura's unfortunate fate.

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Action Posing Figure series 4 Majin Buu with Dabura cookie grayscale variant

  • Posing Figure Series Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive has also released a grayscale variant in addition to its Action “Posing Figure” series, incorporating numerous characters in pose-able stances. In its series 4 lineup, there’s a nice addition of Dragon Ball characters featured. Other than Majin Buu with a Dabura cookie, there's also Great Saiyaman, Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a halo, Vegito, and Super Saiyan Gotenks with a Super Kamikaze Ghost as well as Kid Buu. The Packages are sealed and the items are inserted at random. The variant grayscale version has the same model molds but a different paint job. Aside from this, they all maintain the same design and orange bases. The Dabura cookie included with Majin Buu is a black and white variant as well, making it the only version of the Dabura cookie molds available in this coloring scheme.

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Daikessen Part 2 Dabura figure

  • Goku Daikessen Part 2
  • Release date: 2005

Dabura made an appearance in Banpresto’s Goku Daikessen Part 2 Unifive posing set released in February 2005. Standing at approximately 4 inches, he is modeled to look angry and ferocious as well as given a more sharp and sleek look. Dabura is also wielding his sword in this set, much like previous releases and future installments. Also included in this set is Majin Vegeta, a pair of Saibamen, Pikkon, Super Saiyan Goku with a Halo, and Goku with a Halo.

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Posing Figure Box Collection including Majin Buu with Dabura cookie

  • Dragon Ball Z Posing Figure Box Collection 2
  • Release date: 2005

A box set collection compiling 10 color pieces from the Unifive Posing Series was released in March 2005. The 10 pieces are all re-releases from the Posing Figure Series Parts previously released by Unifive. This set features color versions of the same pieces. This set is entitled Dragon Ball Z Posing Figure number 2 Box and is the second box set. Those included in this collection are Frieza in his third form, Cooler, Nappa, Majin Buu with Dabura cookie, Gotenks with Kid Buu and Kamikaze Ghost, Goku hovering, Super Saiyan 3 Goku with halo, Vegito, King Piccolo with Kid Goku, and Tien with Chiaotzu.

Irwin Toy

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Majin Buu Saga's Dabura cookie figurine

  • Irwin Toy's Majin Buu Saga Series 8
  • Release date: 2002

The first actual collectible released by Irwin Toy in relation to Dabura was a miniature cookie accessory that came with the Majin Buu figure in the Majin Buu Saga release in January 2002. Packaged along with Majin Buu was also the puppy Bee. The Dabura cookie stood at approximately 2.5 inches as it wasn’t scaled to action figure size but as an accessory. The cookie figurine well depicts the scene where Dabura was turned into this sweet food and devoured by the infantile yet deadly Buu. Additionally, the box front misspelled "Majin Buu Saga" as "Maijin Buu Saga." Also included in the same set was Babidi with a cocoon egg, Pui Pui, Krillin, and Mr. Satan (Hercule).

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Majin Buu Saga's Dabura cookie figure with trading card

  • Irwin Toy's Majin Buu Saga
  • Release date: 2002

The second re-release of the basic scale Majin Buu action figure was released by Irwin Toy in September 2002. The figure, much like the previous and forthcoming Irwin series figures, was well-crafted and came with a signature Trading card as opposed to the previous release, which instead had a CCG card. This re-release of the exact same figure was repacked with a Trading card as opposed to a CCG card, but the contents remained the same. It was designated as part of the Majin Buu Saga. Additional accessories included with the piece are Bee the puppy and the Dabura cookie as well as the randomized Trading card. Jakks Pacific would later release this figure in an alternate separate packaging of a 2-pack with a re-done paint job. Much like the previous release, the box front still misspelled "Majin Buu Saga" as "Maijin Buu Saga." Also included in the same set was Mr. Satan, Pui Pui, Krillin, and Babidi.

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Babidi Saga's Dabura with sword figure

  • Irwin Toy's Babidi Saga
  • Release date: 2002

The first basic scale Dabura action figure was released by Irwin Toy in 2002. Standing at 6 inches, the figure, much like the previous and forthcoming Irwin series figures, was well-crafted and came with a signature CCG card. The figure also came with a blade, crafted just as he uses in the series, and three additional collectible Dragon Balls. It was designated as part of the Babidi saga. The box name lettering actually misspelled his name as “Daburah” rather than “Dabura.” The Dabura had some design features that were unique, such as the extra impression on the cape in flowing motion and the actual sharp edges of the cape itself. The facial reaction is also noteworthy, depicting Dabura with a mouth-open angry expression. Irwin Toy would later release this figure as a “Striking Z Fighter” series addition with a minor re-done paint job. Also included in the same set was Videl with Baby Dino, Super Saiyan Gohan, Super Saiyan Trunks with Super Saiyan Goten, and Goku with halo.

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Striking Z series Dabura figure first release

  • Irwin Toy’s Striking Z Fighters Series 3
  • Release date: 2002

The Striking Z series Dabura action figure was released by Irwin Toy in 2002. Standing at 6 inches, the figure, much like the previous Irwin series Dabura figure, was well-crafted and this time, came with a block of wood. The series involves a fighting motion triggered by a switch, which allows the fighter to attack the included accessory (block of wood) and halve it. Also included in the same set was Super Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks. The box art was designated with an orange outline and a dark blue backdrop for the cardboard layout.

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Striking Z series Dabura figure re-release

  • Irwin Toy’s Striking Z Fighters Series
  • Release date: 2002

The Striking Z series Dabura action figure was re-released by Irwin Toy again in 2002. Standing at 6 inches, the figure, much like the previous Irwin series Dabura figure, was well-crafted and this time, came with a block of wood and spit ability. The series involves a fighting motion triggered by a switch, which allows the fighter to attack the included accessory (block of wood) and halve it. The box art was designated with a green and yellow backboard and round bubble as well as Piccolo in the backdrop image.

Jakks Pacific

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Striking Z series Dabura figure re-release

  • Jakks Pacific’s Striking Z Fighters Series 4
  • Release date: 2003

The Striking Z series Dabura action figure was re-released yet again by Jakks Pacific in 2003. Standing at 6 inches, the figure, much like the previous Irwin series Dabura figure, was well-crafted and this time, came with a block of wood. The series involves a fighting motion triggered by a switch (in this case, Dabura’s spit), which allows the fighter to attack the included accessory (block of wood) and halve it. Aside from the wood, also included was Dabura’s spitting action. The box art for the re-release was designated with a light blue pattern and a Piccolo image in the backdrop cardboard.

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Forces of Evil Dabura cookie figurine in 2-pack

  • Jakks Pacific's Forces of Evil
  • Release date: 2003

A re-release of the first actual accessory collectible, the Dabura cookie, came in 2003 in a “Forces of Evil” 2 pack of Mr. Satan and Majin Buu. The Dabura cookie stood at approximately 2.5 inches as it wasn’t scaled to action figure size but as an accessory. The cookie figurine well depicts the scene where Dabura was turned into this sweet food and devoured by the infantile yet deadly Buu. It also came with the Bee puppy once again. However, the 2-pack was quite a mistake in its titling as Mr. Satan was never a force of evil and Majin Buu was later turned good so the defect in this 2-pack came in its initial title being rather inaccurate. However, the Dabura cookie’s inclusion made it yet another collectible in relation to Dabura.

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Fat Buu vs. Babidi 2-pack including Dabura cookie

  • Jakk's Pacific's Limited Edition Paints series
  • Release date: 2005

Another re-release of the first accessory collectible, the Dabura cookie, was made available in 2005 in a "DBZ Limited Edition Paints" series 2-pack set of Fat Buu vs. Babidi and described on the packaging as "Based off of the DBZ Animated Series." There is indeed some minor alterations in terms of the paint job and overall packaging being redone to create a different boxart and bubble, but the contents are still quite similar to previous molds. The Majin Buu, however, seems to have opened eyes in this version as opposed to his common closed-eye model. This is likely to emphasize his moment of crucial anger, as he barely opens his eyes. The Dabura cookie is slightly lighter in terms of its contrast but remains the same mold from previous releases.

MegaHouse

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Capsule series Dabura with Babidi and Pui Pui diorama

  • Capsule Diorama Series Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

Following numerous gashapon releases, MegaHouse came out with a diorama set that included Dabura beside Babidi in July 2007. Like many of the previous installations, this diorama included others with him. Also in the diorama were Babidi and Pui Pui, both of whom were spread out on the miniature diorama. As Dabura stood beside Babidi, Pui Pui stood in the horizon beside Babidi’s spaceship.

Plex

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Magnet Action Majin Buu happy version with Dabura cookie

  • Magnet Action Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2007

This Magnet Action set is the continuing release of the previous Dragon Ball related set which included characters from the early Dragon Ball era. This set consists of characters from the Majin Buu Saga. Released in April, 2007 by Plex, this set consists of 10 different pieces and 9 kinds of figure models, the one different variation also being a secret version model. This assortment of "Dragon Ball Z" magnetized action figures is greatly articulated and each piece has magnets on their feet, allowing them to lock into place when displayed on the metal base, which is also included in each package. The lineup includes Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Gohan, Super Saiyan Gohan, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Piccolo, 2 variants of Majin Buu (one being the secret piece), for a total of 10 possible items to collect. These pieces are randomly-packed in an assortment of 12. The first variant of Majin Buu includes a Dabura cookie. This version portrays Majin Buu with a smile on his face.

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Magnet Action Majin Buu angry variant with Dabura cookie

  • Magnet Action Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2007

This Magnet Action set is the continuing release of the previous Dragon Ball related set which included characters from the early Dragon Ball era. This set consists of characters from the Majin Buu Saga. Released in April, 2007 by Plex, this set consists of 10 different pieces and 9 kinds of figure models, the one different variation also being a secret version model. This assortment of "Dragon Ball Z" magnetized action figures is greatly articulated and each piece has magnets on their feet, allowing them to lock into place when displayed on the metal base, which is also included in each package. The lineup includes Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Gohan, Super Saiyan Gohan, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Piccolo, 2 variants of Majin Buu (one being the secret piece), for a total of 10 possible items to collect. These pieces are randomly-packed in an assortment of 12. The second variant of Majin Buu includes a Dabura cookie as the previous version. This version portrays Majin Buu with an angry expression and fumes escaping from his head as he is enraged.

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Anime Heroes series Dabura figurine

  • Anime Heroes Miniature Collectibles Volume 4
  • Release date: 2008

In the large assortment of “Anime Heroes” series offered by Plex, Dabura has made an appearance in volume 4 released in December 2008. The miniature figurine comes with an orange base to stand on. The head is of course sized larger than the rest of the body to better initiate a chibi style.

Fenryll

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Fenryll Series Dabura model kit

  • Fenryll Resin Model Kits
  • Release date: 1995

Released in 1995 by Fenryll, a series of resin model kits incorporated 6 different Dragon Ball pieces. The kits came in a unique plastic board packaging with an image of the finished model in front as well as the instructions and a unique base for each character. Included in this set were Dabura, Perfect Cell, Android 18, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Goku. Dabura is seen sliding on the ground base as he skids backward and holds a mean snarling expression, gripping his hands tight and allowing his cape to fluently flow with his movement.

Model Kits

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Dabura resin-based model kit statue

  • Resin-based Model Kit Statue series
  • Release date: 2010

The Dabura statue is efficiently carved to perfection. Released just recently, it is modeled in his signature defiant and deadly stance, with his arms crossed and an evil grin across his face. The highly detailed statue comes in a paint job reminiscent of an airbrush technique as the king of demons is brought to life in this statue as the base reads "Darbura" as an alternate spelling for the naming scheme along with a Majin symbol on the base itself. Every detail is brought to life with equal finesse, but there is great impression on Dabura's eyes as he is staring in a single direction to the side.

Mexican Manufacturer

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Mexican manufacturer produced Dabura figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find Dabura model was repainted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is a duplication of the Dabura piece originally released by Irwin Toy and Jakks Pacific. The piece is seen holding a black hue for the arms and boots and otherwise, has a less accurate paint job for the initial details. The paint job isn't particularly brilliant but it is unique. Standing at approximately 6 inches tall, this specific model is a re-done revision released to the Mexican market amongst numerous other pieces imported and made available by these Mexican Manufacturers. He is seen without his cape and has the same posture as the original Irwin Toy piece. This specific figure holds the same joints as its articulation is limited to the arms and legs.

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