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Frieza's Revenge series Jeice figure close up

There are currently a total of 52 Jeice 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

P5-Jees

KeshiGomu Part 5 Jeice figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 5
  • Release date: 1990

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Jeice appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with one both arms to his sides. This miniature Part 5 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the Namek Saga, Ginyu Saga, and Bardock Movie. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Malaka, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Vegeta, Gohan, Krillin, Goku, and Appule.

Part9-Jeice

KeshiGomu Part 9 Jeice figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 9
  • Release date: 1991

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Jeice appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with one hand being thrust into the air and the other placed lowered as he poses. This miniature Part 9 Keshi set has included a few characters from the Ginyu Saga and Frieza Saga. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Captain Ginyu, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, King Vegeta, Nail, Captain Ginyu after switching bodies with a frog along with a pair of Namekian frogs, Frieza in his first form with his armor broken off, Frieza in his third form, and Frieza in his final form for a total of 14 pieces in this Part 9 Keshi set.

Jeice-Keshi-Red

Part 12 Keshi Set Jeice

  • Part 12 Keshi Set
  • Release date: 1991

This miniature Part 12 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the first Dragon Ball Z movies, including Dead Zone and The World's Strongest. It also includes some pieces in relation to the Ginyu Force. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Ebifurya, Kishime, Misokatsun, Dr. Kochin, Frieza in his first form, Frieza in his second form, Frieza in his third form, Frieza in his fourth form, Nicky, Ginger, Sansho, Garlic Jr., Garlic Jr. pumped up, Dr. Wheelo, a Bio-Man, Super Saiyan Goku, Guldo, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Cooler, and Cooler in his transformed state.

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KeshiGomu Kurosu Part 1 Jeice snap-together figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Kurosu Part 1
  • Release date: 1990's

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Jeice appears once in this specific miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes in a basic stance, maintaining both hands to his sides. Numerous battle armor can be equipped to this Keshi piece in different colors. It is a very nice piece as armor can be attached to it in snap-together fashion and it can also be seen without the armor. The armor and figurine are available in randomized colors. Characters available in this same Kurosu Part 1 series are Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Frieza in his first form, Vegeta, Gohan, Goku, and Piccolo for a total of 10 pieces in this set.

SCOUTERP1

Keshi Scouter Part 1 insert photo including Jeice

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Scouter Part 1
  • Release date: 1990's

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Jeice appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. Pieces included in this Scouter Part 1 Keshi set are Zarbon, Frieza in his first form, Gohan, Goku, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, and Captain Ginyu for a total of 9 pieces.

Bandai snap Jeice

Action Part 1 Jeice snap-together figurine

  • Action Part 1 Snap-Together figurine series
  • Release date: Unknown

Bandai has released a set of collectible snap-together figurines that have included a few of the Ginyu Force members. This Jeice figurine released in the early 90's is a great addition to the snap-together sets available. Jeice comes in a peach-colored base with his removable chest-piece and armor(which is a dark navy blue), which allows to be snapped onto his torso. His arms and legs may also be disconnected and reconnected to the torso. The figurine is one of the very first Jeice pieces ever made, albeit not having any pose-ability features nor joints to maneuver his stances. The figurine stands at a perfect direct position with both hands beside him and both legs in unison. This set of vintage Dragon Ball figurines released with alternately colored skin bases, maintaining a metallic paint job for the battle armor. Standing at approximately 5 cm (2 inches), Jeice has been released in numerous color molds, including red, tan, and blue bases. This vintage set has a large amount of characters ranging from the Saiyan and Frieza sagas and all the characters have a single color mold along with a silver metallic armor encasing. The Jeice figurine's actual paint job is quite simple, being all one color but being rather detailed in terms of the actual mold, which maintains the Ginyu Force symbol on the armor as well as the details of Jeice's face, head, legs, and arms. Characters included in this Action Part 1 series are Jeice, Burter, Frieza in his second form, Frieza in his first form, Vegeta, Gohan, and Goku for a total of 7 pieces in this set.

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Micro KeshiGomu Jeice green figurine

  • Micro Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Set
  • Release date: 1990's

This miniature Keshi set is an even smaller variant of the Keshi series. It has included a few of the characters from the Cooler's Revenge movie, including Salza, Neiz, and Dore as well as the Ginyu Force. Jeice is seen with his same pose from the Keshi Part 9 set, although the piece is remarkably smaller than the previous Keshi piece of the same posture. The detail is exquisite for such a miniature piece. Jeice appears once in this specific miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with one hand raised upward and the other kept beside his head as he poses similar to the Keshi Part 9 piece.

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Showdown on Namek Dragon Ball board game Jeice piece

  • DX Dragon Ball Showdown on Namek Board Game
  • Release date: 1991

Bandai has released a very unique Board Game set entitled "Showdown on Namek" in 1991. This set is extremely rare and comes with miniature pieces from the Namek debacle. Included in the set is the entire Ginyu Force in some of their signature poses, along with Frieza, and some of the heroes. The board game unfolds to create a mapped out journey with stepping spots and images similar to other board games such as "Candyland" and "Monopoly."

Imagination set

Frieza with the entire Ginyu Force including Jeice collectible figurine set

  • Imagination Series 1
  • Release date: 2003

The first diorama-styled set to be released by Bandai was the original set including the complete Ginyu Force with Frieza and was released in September, 2003. This set was a part of the series entitled "Imagination Figure." The Ginyu Force comes enshrouded in the form of a red aura surrounded by crimson burning flames with yellow and orange tint. The Ginyu Force is completely covered by this transparent inferno as their coloring scheme. Behind them, Frieza smirks as his icy fingers are twisted in the fashion which is depicted on numerous manga covers. The figurine set is initially designed to represent the original covers of the manga in a fluid motion, as the Ginyu Force was depicted to portray a vicious deadly organization. Other pieces in this set include Bulma inside one of her mechanical devices while she’s wearing headphones, Gohan preparing his final Kamehameha with Goku behind him, Oolong making his wish to Shenron, Kid Krillin and Kid Goku in their World Tournament match, and Super Saiyan Goku with final form Frieza, Perfect Cell, and Super Buu behind him in a silver outline.

Imagination Best version

Frieza with the entire Ginyu Force including Jeice collectible figurine set Best Series variant

  • Imagination “Best” Series
  • Release date: 2004

The next diorama-styled set released in April, 2004 by Bandai was entitled “Imagination Figure Best Series”, incorporating numerous popular scenes from the series. These figurines stand at about 5 cm (2 inches) and are pretty much re-releases of previously produced figurines from other series in one set. These figurines stand at about 5 cm (2 inches) and the Ginyu Force comes enshrouded in the form of a red aura surrounded by crimson burning flames with yellow and orange tint as opposed to the previous version's all-metallic paint job. This version of the model, however, allows the Ginyu Force to have a certain shading scheme and metallic paint job rather than the alternate version's transparent-type crimson inferno. Behind them, Frieza maintains his smirk as his icy fingers are twisted in the fashion which is depicted on numerous manga covers. Other pieces in this set include Gohan preparing his final Kamehameha with Goku behind him, Oolong making his wish to Shenron (Shenron being a glow-in-the-dark piece), Super Saiyan Goku with final form Frieza, Perfect Cell, and Super Buu behind him in a silver outline, Super Saiyan 3 Goku with an electrifying aura emanating around him, and Super Saiyan Gotenks with the Kamikaze Ghosts (which also glow-in-the-dark) surrounding him.

HG part4 Jeice Guldo

HG Collection Part 4 Jeice and Guldo figurines

  • HG Collection Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

Bandai released its Part 4 set in May, 2004. This set included Imperfect Cell, Android 17, Android 18, Future Trunks, Cyborg Frieza, Super Saiyan Goku, and of course Jeice, who was packaged alongside Guldo. The figures all came in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his signature arm-raised striking pose, Jeice also packaged along with the very miniature Guldo. The rest of the characters in the set are packaged separately. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce screaming facial reaction and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. These specific Jeice and Guldo figurines were re-released later as a part of the HG Collection Series 15 set.

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Ginyu Force miniature collectible set including Jeice

  • Mini Figure Selection Plus 1
  • Release date: 2004

Bandai has released a Mini Figure Selection Plus color set in October 2004 incorporating the entire Ginyu Force (Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, and Captain Ginyu) in their signature introductory poses. The complete set is quite small but is a nice replica of the squadron members in their glorious entrance scene. They all stand on a white base that is distinguished with a unique pattern that has the words “Dragon Ball” on it. The Ginyu Force is No. 6 of the six pieces included in this set. Other pieces included in this set are Goku and Gohan riding a motorbike (No. 1), Goku and Gohan riding atop a blue raptor vehicle (No. 2), Master Roshi riding a bike (No. 3), Bulma standing next to her bike (No. 4), and Gohan riding a speeder with a dinosaur (No. 5).

Soul of Hyper Figuration Jeice

Soul of Hyper Figuration series Jeice color version figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 3
  • Release date: 2004

The original “Soul of Hyper Figuration” series 3 set was released in November 2004 by Bandai, including both gray versions and colored versions of the same figures in the set. Jeice comes striking his signature pose, with his fist thrust upward and his grip locked tight. Jeice’s facial expression remains in his screaming state due to the declaring of his own name to his opponents. This set also comprises of the rest of the Ginyu Force as well as a final form Frieza, Piccolo, Gohan, and Goku in his state of collecting energy for the Spirit Bomb

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Soul of Hyper Figuration series Jeice black and white version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 3
  • Release date: 2004

Also released in November 2004, the gray (black and white) version of the “Soul of Hyper Figuration” release is the same exact figurine but lacking in the color department. 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. Like the colored version, however, it also comes with a base to stand on. The Japanese character naming scheme is used as the primary titling on the bases. These figures all stand at approximately 4 cm (1.5 inches).

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Chara Puchi Jeice mini figurine

  • Chara Puchi Miniature Series Son Goku Returns set
  • Release date: 2007

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were a popular bunch in terms of assortment. In October, 2007, there’s also a mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of characters from the series run. The assortment was entitled “Son Goku Returns” and in this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as a space pod). Jeice came sitting on a space pod (likely due to the fact that he arrived on a space pod to planet Namek) and with a miniature base. Others included in this set and also sitting on top of space pods are Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Super Saiyan Goku with Yardrat outfit, Cyborg Frieza (on top of Dragon Ball), Super Saiyan Future Trunks (on top of Dragon Ball), Captain Ginyu in Goku’s body (on top of Dragon Ball), and Gohan (on top of Dragon Ball). Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

Jeice HG15

HG Collection Part 15 Jeice figurine

  • HG Collection Part 15
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai released its Part 15 set in October, 2007. This set included the entire Ginyu Force, Jeice being packaged alongside Guldo in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his signature arm-raised striking pose, Jeice also comes with the green suitcase which contained Frieza’s precious scouters. The Jeice figurine in this set is packaged along with the very miniature Guldo. The rest of the characters in the set are packaged separately. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce screaming facial reaction and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Both these Jeice and Guldo figurines are the same models from HG Collection Part 4 with very minor alterations. Aside from Jeice and Guldo, this 15th lineup also includes Captain Ginyu, Burter, Recoome, Super Saiyan Goku, Frieza (100% power final form), and Captain Ginyu (in Goku’s body) with a Namekian frog, for a total of seven possible figurine sets to collect. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 12 Jeice figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 12
  • Release date: 2009

The Soul of Hyper Figuration series brought forth another Jeice figurine in Series 12 entitled “Ginyu Special Corps Edition.” Jeice is seen in one of his basic signature poses, with one arm raised and the other running across his chest in a striking position. Another distinguishing factor is the positioning of Jeice’s legs, with one being raised into the air similar to a crane stance. Also included in this set are Guldo, Burter, Recoome, Captain Ginyu, Frieza in his first form with a Dragon Ball, Vegeta holding a Dragon Ball, Goku, and Captain Ginyu with a Namekian frog, after he has switched bodies with the creature.

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Super Saiyan Goku set including Jeice figurine

  • Super Saiyan Goku collection series
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has also released a set in relation to the Namek debacle entitled “Super Saiyan Goku” gashapon set. The pieces included in this set are Kid Krillin with battle armor, Gohan, Piccolo, Frieza in his final form with 100% power, Super Saiyan Goku, Captain Ginyu (in Goku's body), Burter, and of course, Jeice. All the characters come with miniature unique bases. Jeice’s is the Ginyu Squadron symbol and holds a transparent orange hue. Jeice’s position is quite unique in this set as well, as he has both arms held behind his back in a militant prepared stance, likely awaiting orders.

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Combate Final En Namek set including Jeice

  • Combate Final En Namek set
  • Release date: Unknown

This large pack includes pieces from the Super Saiyan Goku collection set released prior. The packaging is unique as it offers two sections, one entitled "Fuerzas Especiales Ginyu" (Ginyu Force) and the other "Heroes Dragon Ball" (Dragon Ball Heroes). The title translates from "Combate Final En Namek" as Final Combat in Namek. This Bandai set includes Jeice, Burter, Ginyu in Goku's body, Frieza, Super Saiyan Goku, Piccolo, Krillin, and Gohan.

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SG Collection series 2 Jeice

  • SG Collection series 2
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai's repaints were a common venture and it was no exception when it came to the Dragon Ball Kai SG Collection series. Released in November, 2009, the volume 2 set included a repertoire of characters in purple and green coloring schemes. These were all the same as their original HG Collection pieces in terms of the models but the paint job was altered just for this specific set. Spanning the Frieza saga and included in the SG series 2, each piece came in three different colors, a green base, purple base, and glow-in-the-dark clear base. The characters and pertaining color scheme in accordance were: Frieza (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Zarbon (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Dodoria (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Cui (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Captain Ginyu (Purple, Clear Glow, Green), Captain Ginyu in Goku's body (Green, Clear Glow, Purple), Recoome (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Jeice (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Guldo (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Burter (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Master Roshi (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), King Kai (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Vegeta (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), and Super Saiyan Goku (Green, Purple, Clear Glow).

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Super Deformation Jeice figurine

  • Super Deformation Series
  • Release date: 2010

Bandai has also released a Jeice figurine as part of the Super “Deformation” series in February 2010 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. This particular set is entitled “Dragon Ball Kai Deformation Densetsu no Super Saiyan.” The Jeice in this set comes with his signature position, with his arm raised into the air as he strikes his eye-catching pose. This specific piece stands at approximately 4.5 cm and the figure black round base reads "Jees" as an alternate naming scheme.

Mask Lineage Jeice color

MCLoF Jeice Color version

  • Mask Collection Lineage of F (Genealogy of Frieza) Series
  • Release date: 2010

A very unique set released by Bandai in 2010 is the “Mask Collection Lineage of F” series, which portrays the sculpted heads of Frieza’s forces in a statuesque manner. Two versions of each character in this set are available; one colored version, and one completely black version with red eyes. The Jeice in this series is highly detailed and is likely the best representation of his face as a single sculpt, with his genuine scouter and very remarkable and meticulous hair design. The hair spikes around him with extreme detail and the base portrays the character’s name in solid neon highlights, which in this case follows a Japanese naming scheme, written as “Jees”. This collectible statuette is one of the most highly detailed and the rest of the series is also very thorough in its initial construct and replication, staying true to the original look and feel of the manga and anime alike.

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MCLoF Jeice Black variant

  • Mask Collection Lineage of F (Genealogy of Frieza) Series
  • Release date: 2010

The other version of Bandai’s 2010 release of the “Mask Collection Lineage of F” is the black variant. All characters in this set are featured with a completely black paint job and a very distinguishing detail: they all have piercing red eyes. This is likely to signify the evil aspect of the characters and makes for a great addition to any collection.

Jeice Collection GokuvFrieza

Goku vs Freezer collection Jeice color version figurine

  • Goku vs Freezer collection
  • Release date: 2011

The Goku vs Freezer collection set was released in 2011 and brings together a few of the characters from the "Super Saiyan Goku collection" series which was released in 2009. This Bandai set is very similar to the 2009 release as the actual molds are almost identical, aside from the new black bases as opposed to the previous set, which came with orange bases. Jeice’s position is the same as the 2009 set, as he has both arms held behind his back in a militant prepared stance, likely awaiting orders. This set has 8 different characters with 2 alternate coloring schemes (making 16 possible figurines in the set). The color version of Jeice remains the same model as the transparent base aside from the differentiating coloring scheme used.

GokuvFrieza Jeice 2011

Goku vs Freezer collection Jeice transparent variant figurine

  • Goku vs Freezer collection
  • Release date: 2011

The Goku vs Freezer collection set was released in 2011 and brings together a few of the characters from the "Super Saiyan Goku collection" series which was released in 2009. This Bandai set is very similar to the 2009 release as the actual molds are almost identical, aside from the new black bases as opposed to the previous set, which came with orange bases. Jeice’s position is the same as the 2009 set, as he has both arms held behind his back in a militant prepared stance, likely awaiting orders. This transparent version remains the same as the color version in terms of its actual model, but adds a differentiating collectible value for those interested in a transparent base.

Banpresto

Keyholder set 2008 Banpresto

Keyholder Ginyu Force set including Jeice

  • High Quality Keyholder Series
  • Release date: 2008

Banpresto revealed a slew of Keyholder figurines as one of their basic lineups. Released in 2008 and entitled “High Quality Key Holder,” the entire Ginyu Force is assembled for this amazing piece. The detail is remarkable and the paint job is very unique with a shiny and glossy look. When it comes to Jeice, his hair is specifically extremely shiny and even the detail on his scouter is remarkable. The facial detail is amazing in terms of construct and resemblance. The only detrimental factor of this full piece is that all the Ginyu members are cut off at their torso, which means that there’s no legs to go along with the base, which is composed of an eruption of flames travelling around them.

Banpresto Ginyu Special Corps Dioramas 2009 Jeice

Ginyu Special Corps Dioramas Jeice and Guldo

  • Ginyu Special Corps Dioramas
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto’s “Ginyu Special Corps” Series Dioramas are especially well-designed, albeit being almost exact duplicates of Bandai’s HG Collection series figurines. They are packaged in larger collectible boxes and include Ginyu Force members within the large box bubbles. Jeice and Guldo come together in a single pink box and a special ground with grass base to stand on.

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DBZ023 Jeice Kai series collectible figurine

  • DWC World Collectible Series Volume 3
  • Release date: 2009

The Banpresto DWC vol. 3 includes Jeice as collectible number DBZ023 in the miniature series and was released in 2009. The figure comes with arms raised up in his Ginyu Force introduction pose and with a distinct glare in his eyes. These figurines come boxed and in their own authentic case with the character image in front, as do all the other figurines in this set. The Jeice stands at 8 cm and is the first to be released in this set.

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DBZ023 Jeice metallic Kai version figurine

  • DWC World Collectible Series Volume 3
  • Release date: 2009

The Banpresto DWC vol. 3 includes Jeice as collectible number DBZ023 in the Kai re-release miniature series and was released in 2009. The figure comes with arms raised up in his Ginyu Force introduction pose and with a distinct glare in his eyes just as the prior release. These figurines come boxed and in their own authentic case with the character image in front, as do all the other figurines in this set. The Jeice stands at 8 cm and is the second to be released in this set. This version, unlike the original release, is colored with a metallic style. The boxart is slightly different, having a purple outline rather than a yellow one.

Banpresto Jeice FreezasForce

Freeza's Force series II Jeice figure

  • Freeza's Force Series II
  • Release date: 2010

A genuine collection offered by Banpresto is the “Freeza’s Force” series, which includes almost all of Frieza’s military regiment along with his remarkable spaceship. Some figures in this set are only available as a part of this series and are extremely rare. Jeice appears in the second set of this series. His figure in this set was released on February 4, 2010 and is collectible number 007 in this very large assortment. This figurine comes with his arms resting on his hips in a confident and prepared stance. Much like the entire set, the figure is detailed in a glossy and shiny look.

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Metal Series Chess Collection Box including Jeice

  • Dragon Ball Metal Series Chess Volume 1
  • Release date: 2010

This exclusive chess collection box set was produced in limited supply by Banpresto and released on March 21, 2010. It is designated as the volume 1 metal series set and includes miniature figurines with bases, the likes of which include Burter, Jeice, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Tien, Shenron, Future Trunks, Piccolo, and Goku. The box packaging is very unique and is designed for this set, capturing the essence of these characters.

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Dramatic Showcase Series Ginyu Tokusentai including Jeice

  • Dramatic Showcase Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2016

Revealed at the 42nd Prize Fair on September 3rd 2015 and scheduled for a June, 2016 release date is the Dramatic Showcase series. The second assortment includes the full Ginyu Force in their signature poses. All five are a recreation diorama of the introductory posing sequence. These are approximately 140mm and are detailed replicas of the Ginyu styles. This is the second season volume 1-3 assortment of the Dramatic Showcase series released by Banpresto for the 2016 lineup. All figures featured in this assortment are made available through the CraneKing prize machines in Japan. Jeice stands at approximately 10cm in height and is set for a third week of June, 2016 release date.

DeAgostini

Jeice chess set figurine

Dragon Ball Z Chess set collection Jeice piece

  • DeAgostini’s Dragon Ball Z Chess Set Collection
  • Release date: 1998

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini (Editions Atlas) has released a 3 inch set comprising of approximately characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball Z characters. The figurines are immobile with miniature black bases to stand on. This chess piece is extremely interesting as it portrays Jeice on a vehicle rather than in his basic stances and poses, making it a very unique collectible (although Jeice was never seen riding a vehicle). The vehicle also matches the distinct armor pattern worn by Frieza’s elites and military. Jeice is the “Knight” by position in the chess set. Others included in the set and their positions are as follows: Super Buu with Gotenks absorbed (King), final form Frieza (Rook), Perfect Cell (Bishop), Princess Snake (Queen), and Kid Buu (Pawn), Goten on a Nimbus cloud (Pawn), Gohan with Kai clothing (Bishop), Android 18 (Queen), Super Saiyan Goku (King), Kid Trunks riding Icarus (Knight), and Super Saiyan Vegeta (Rook).

Irwin Toy

Jeice Irwin orig

Ginyu Saga Jeice figure

  • Ginyu Saga
  • Release date: 2000

Irwin Toy released the first Jeice figure in 2000 as a part of the series 2 lineup. Others included in this same set are Burter, Frieza form II, Yajirobe with Korin, and Chiaotzu. This the first Jeice figure released at a 5 inch scale and it remains a great piece. However, the neck area is inaccurately painted, allowing for his entire neck to be left open rather than covered with his spandex-like turtleneck. Additional repaints of this same Jeice figure would gradually fix this error. As an overall piece, this figure maintains a chop-chop motion in terms of Jeice’s hands and his overall stance being in a prepared combat positioning. Jeice also comes with a green scouter, which is also modeled to perfection and equips onto his head, allowing him to wear the piece.

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Ginyu Saga Metallic Box Jeice figure

  • Ginyu Saga
  • Release date: 2000

Irwin Toy pretty much released the same figures with metallic boxart as a collectible alternative to the original box art. The figures remain the same and Jeice is no exception. However, the metallic box art makes the figure highly collectible. The metallic box versions were produced in lesser quantities although the contents remain the same. Jeice still maintains his scouter and paint job.

Jakks Pacific

Jakks Jeice boxed

The Elite Fighters series Jeice figure

  • The Elite Fighters
  • Release date: 2003

This repaint Jeice figure was a re-release of the previous model originally produced by Irwin. Released in 2003, the box art was designed to go along with “The Elite Fighters” set. Others included in this series were Burter, Nappa, Frieza form II, and Yajirobe & Korin. Aside from the box mockup and the overall minor paint adjustments, the figure primarily remains the exact same as the previous model released by Irwin. Jeice’s neck is still left open on this model, maintaining the error of the previous model. Jeice still comes with a green scouter, which can be equipped on the character’s face. Aside from this, the packaging also includes three random Dragon Balls.

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Ultimate Figure Series pack with Jeice color version figurine

  • Ultimate Figure Series
  • Release date: 2005

Jakks has re-released the original figurines from Bandai’s “Soul of Hyper Figuration” series 3 in 2005. Of course, there’s a brand new packaging to go along with the releases as well as a “Mystery Figure” included in each pack. The sets are released in 2-pack sets along with the mystery figurine being randomized. The Jeice figurine remains the same as its previous “Soul of Hyper Figuration” release and allows for both the color version and black and white variant to be purchased separately in their own packaging. This color version is portrayed on the boxart and comes packaged with a black and white version Kid Gohan figurine to mix and match the two types of sets available.

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Ultimate Figure Series pack with Jeice black and white variant figurine

  • Ultimate Figure Series
  • Release date: 2005

Jakks has re-released the original figurines from Bandai’s “Soul of Hyper Figuration” series 3 in 2005. Of course, there’s a brand new packaging to go along with the releases as well as a “Mystery Figure” included in each pack. The sets are released in 2-pack sets along with the mystery figurine being randomized. The Jeice figurine remains the same as its previous “Soul of Hyper Figuration” release and allows for both the color version and black and white variant to be purchased separately in their own packaging. This black and white version comes packaged with a color version Kid Gohan figurine to mix and match the two types of sets available.

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Frieza's Revenge series Jeice figure

  • Frieza’s Revenge
  • Release date: 2007

Released in February 2007, Jakks has offered yet another Jeice figure as a repaint. There is an error on this package due to the naming scheme, referring to Jeice as “Jes” on the package box front. The “Frieza’s Revenge” set is likely the most unique of the paint jobs when it comes to Jeice’s character. Due to the overall shining glow and golden touch-ups to the armor, the figure stands out as a highly detailed piece. Aside from these minor paint job alterations, the figure’s model is still consistent with the previous molds aside from one major differential. Jakks finally decided to correct Jeice’s neck area. Adding Jeice’s black spandex turtleneck-like shirt to cover his neck rather than leaving it open such as previous models. Due to this error being fixed, this piece remains one of the most consistent and accurate in terms of distinctive attributes for Jeice. Of course, Jeice still maintains his green scouter in the packaging.

MegaHouse

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Jeice Chess Piece Figurine

  • Classic Chess Piece Collection
  • Release date: 2003

In 2003, MegaHouse also released a Chess Piece Collection. The Jeice in this set stands at about 7 cm (2.5 inches). The piece is given the “Rook” position in the chess set and comes in the fashionable pose striking stance with one-leg down, other leg-up posture, and one arm across the chest whilst the other is slicing the air. Others included in this chess set are Zarbon (Knight), Captain Ginyu (Bishop), first form Frieza (Queen), a Saibaman (Pawn), final form Frieza (King), Super Saiyan Goku (King), Piccolo (Bishop), Vegeta (Queen), Dende (Pawn), Krillin (Rook), Gohan (Knight), and two secret pieces: Porunga and Oozaru Vegeta.

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Jeice Re-release Chess Piece Figurine

  • Classic Chess Piece Collection Repaint Set
  • Release date: 2004

The same aforementioned MegaHouse Chess Piece Collection was re-released but with a new paint job, one that was much darker and had a glossy and shadow effect. The Jeice in this set stands at about 7 cm (2.5 inches). The piece is given the “Rook” position in the chess set and comes in the fashionable pose striking stance with one-leg down, other leg-up posture, and one arm across the chest whilst the other is slicing the air. Others included in this chess set are Zarbon (Knight), Captain Ginyu (Bishop), first form Frieza (Queen), a Saibaman (Pawn), final form Frieza (King), Super Saiyan Goku (King), Piccolo (Bishop), Vegeta (Queen), Dende (Pawn), Krillin (Rook), Gohan (Knight), and two secret pieces: Porunga and Oozaru Vegeta.

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Capsule Neo Ginyu Force special secret gashapon set with Jeice

  • Capsule Neo Series
  • Release date: 2006

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate Jeice was a Neo special edition set released in November 2006. It portrayed Jeice along with the rest of the Ginyu Force as they play rock, paper, scissors to determine who will fight their opponents. Ginyu stands firm in a determined position, waiting for his crew to finish deciphering their game whilst Recoome and Guldo continue their attempts. Burter is seen snapping his fingers, likely due to the fact that he didn’t win the game, and Jeice is seen facing Ginyu, likely complaining about not being the one who’d fight their foes. The facial detail on Jeice portrays him gritting his teeth and keeping his hands locked tight as he bends downward in annoyance. This set is comprised of the full Ginyu Force but is compiled only through collecting the rest of the pieces in this set. Since there’s one piece included in each gashapon set, this diorama comes together when all the other pieces are collected, making this a special secret gashapon piece for the 2006 Capsule Neo set.

Plex

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Anime Heroes series Jeice figurine

  • Anime Heroes series Part 2
  • Release date: 2008

Plex has released an assortment of basic figures in the “Mini Big Head” style. Released in May 2008, this assortment, entitled “Anime Heroes” Part 2 has a wide variety of characters, the entire Ginyu Force being a part of this set. This Jeice mini figure comes with his basic pose, striking his arm upward and the fierce scream enhancing his facial expression. The mini figurines go for a rather adorable and cute look. The figurines in this set stand at about 4.5 cm (1.7 inches).

SenSei

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Chara Puchi Miniature Jeice re-release

  • Budokai Scouter Z Warriors Minitoys
  • Release date: 2007

Later, the mini figurine of Jeice sitting on a Dragon Ball originally released by Bandai saw a re-release by SenSei in a series called "Dragon Ball Z Budokai Scouter"and the set is entitled "Z Warriors Minitoys." Included into the round base was a paper that showed the character's name around it and the collectible number attributed to it. Jeice is number 23 of this set.

Sticker Design

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Mini Toys Serie 2 Jeice figurine

  • Mini Toys Serie 2
  • Release date: 2008

Argentinian distribution company Sticker Design (SD) re-released the mini figurine of Jeice sitting on a Space Pod originally released by Bandai in a series called "Dragon Ball Z Mini Toys" and the set is entitled "Serie 2." Additional details on the packaging include "1 Mini Toy + Action Card De Regalo." Included in each package is a glossy action card which has a 3D effect to the prism front. Each shifts an image of the characters on the cards. The mini toys themselves remain the same as the base set released previously by Bandai and SenSei. Pieces included in the Serie 2 set are Goku with angelic wings, Android 16, Android 17, Android 18, Perfect Cell, Mr. Satan, Piccolo, Future Trunks, Gohan with armor (Cell Saga), Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku with Yardrat outfit, Gohan with armor (Frieza Saga), Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, Cyborg Frieza, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Burter, Captain Ginyu, Jeice, Recoome, and Guldo.

Cremino

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Rubber Juguete Jeice blue figurine

  • Rubber Toy and Chocolate Flavored Candy series
  • Release date: 2012

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. Jeice appears once in this mini-wrapped set in a bent position, one leg sidestepping while the other remains outward. There is a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The packaging reads "Juguete" which means "Toy" and the details read "Golosina Sabor A Chocolate," which translated means "Chocolate Flavored Candy." The Toei Animation logo is also present on the wrapping. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors, which in the case of Jeice's piece, is available in yellow, blue, and green.

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Rubber Juguete Jeice yellow figurine

  • Rubber Toy and Chocolate Flavored Candy 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. Jeice appears once in this mini-wrapped set in a bent position, one leg sidestepping while the other remains outward. There is a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors, which in the case of Jeice's piece, is available in yellow, blue, green, and orange. This model is similar to the original Cremino piece with very minor differences when it comes to his stance.

Fun4All

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The Saga Continues Jumbo Magnet Ginyu Force including Jeice

  • The Saga Continues Jumbo Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2000

Fun4All has released a set of "Jumbo Magnet" pieces which are cut with white outline. These pieces are the base magnet set although Fun4All also released other Dragon Ball collectibles. Those cut in this magnet format are Super Saiyan Goku, Battle Damaged Super Saiyan Goku, Krillin kicking, Frieza in his third form, Piccolo levitating, The Ginyu Force, Kid Gohan wielding sword, Super Saiyan Goku blasting, Goku charging his Kaioken, and Porunga. The Ginyu Force magnet is a depiction of the team, including Captain Ginyu, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, and Guldo as they are seen assembled from the chapter "Five Deadly Fighters" and the cover of "The Ginyu Force" Volume cover.

MGA Entertainment

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Battle Strategy Game including Jeice piece

  • Battle Strategy Game Frieza Saga Edition
  • Release date: Unknown

This Dragon Ball Z "Battle Strategy Game" set was released by MGA Entertainment. The box packaging describes the contents as well as specifies the set as "Frieza Saga Edition." The packaging corner depicts the age bracket for 6+. The game requires 3 "C" batteries for operation. The contents read: "Search and Destroy the Enemy Force... Survive Against Counter Assaults!" Additional details describe: "Calculate each move and trace your advances to annihilate your opponent's hidden positions! The last warrior standing wins control of Planet Namek!" Further specifics include: "Color FX-2 LCD screens display score, warrior positions and animation showing every maneuver!" and "Launch pinpoint search and destroy missions using functional control buttons!" as well as "Fold-up game case with easy carrying handle to go!" Full-color character figurine pieces included with this game are Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, Krillin, Gohan, Frieza, Captain Ginyu, Raditz, Burter, and Jeice.

Thai Manufacturer

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Rubber Series Jeice piece

  • Rubber Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This rubber Dragon Ball Z series has included characters that are modeled with a transparent base and a mono-color mold. Each character is available in numerous colors and is a unique mold unlike any previous variants of the character. The pieces are available in green, blue, yellow, pink, red, orange, and purple. Some characters included in this rubber set are Jeice, Cyborg Frieza, Piccolo, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, and Goku.

Model Kits

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Ginyu Force resin-based statue set including Jeice

  • Resin-Based Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 1993

A resin-based model kit set was released in 1993 which included the entire Ginyu Force in their entrance poses. This set is highly collectible and is designated by a clear-cut round black base. This is likely one of the oldest pieces to ever incorporate the character of Jeice in any way, which makes it extremely hard to come by as well as highly collectible. Other variants of the model kit set have been portrayed with the ground having a shattered space pod depicting the strength of the mercenary squadron as well as bringing to life the overall detail of the piece. This authentic set was initially released in 1993 but has had numerous variants being modified in the future as completed sets.

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Jeice resin-based model kit statue

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2009

A more recent release in 2009 came in the form of Jeice standing with his armor completely intact, placing impression on the stylistic red magma of the Ginyu Force. There is great detail on his determined facial reaction, unique hairstyle, and his battle armor. Of course, the model kit is resin-based and goes along well with the most recent statue pieces. This is a unique piece due to the fact that it features Jeice without a pose, but standing in a battle-ready stance. Celebrating the Dragon Ball Kai re-release, this Jeice resin-based model kit statue was unveiled. This is a great addition to any statue collector's sets. Jeice stands sleek, firm, and highly overconfident with his armor completely intact, placing impression on his handsome appearance as well as extreme detail on his hair. Of course, the model kit is resin-based and goes along well with the most recent statue pieces. This unique piece features Jeice with extreme detail in terms of his red skin, flailing hair, determined eyes, and the very indents on his armor. Even the overall additional Namek ground base, which features a phosphorous glow-in-the-dark effect for the Dragon Ball Kai lettering itself is a great addition. The letters are normally a bold yellow hue but when in the dark, they are a unique phosphorous green. This is one of Jeice's most highly detailed pieces.

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