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Posing Series Part 4 Kid Buu figure close up

There are currently a total of 76 Kid Buu (魔人ブウ 純粋, Majin Bū Junsui; lit. "Majin Boo Pure") 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.

AB Groupe

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Super Guerriers Coffret No. 12 with Kid Buu

  • "Super Guerriers" Coffret No. 12
  • Release date: 1996

The first Kid Buu model was produced as a miniature collectible by French company AB Groupe in 1996 (dated 1989). The figurines were packaged six in a set and stood at a very small size, at about 2 inches in height. The packaging read as Dragon Ball Z “Super Guerriers” and this specific set was Coffret Number 12 (Series 12). Kid Buu is seen jiggling and wiggling his body in an infantile teasing fashion. This figurine was re-released in the Irwin Toy line quite a few years later. Others included in this set were Android 19, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Gotenks, Master Roshi, and Pikkon.

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3 Mini Super Guerriers Collector 30 pieces set including Kid Buu

  • Super Guerriers Mystery Pack Serie A
  • Release date: 1996

This 3-pack of assorted pieces collects 30 miniature randomized characters inserted in these tin-style packets featuring an image of Vegeta preparing his Big Bang Attack. There are 30 different mini figurines included in this set and the chances of receiving each piece is randomized. The characters included in each of these packs at random are Android 19, Spopovich, Super Buu with white Gi, Janemba with sword, Janemba, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, Supreme Kai, Minotia, Kid Buu, Goten and Trunks in Mighty Mask outfit, Frieza in his second form, Uub, Frieza in his final form, Zangya, Android 16, Super Buu, Fortuneteller Baba, Gokule, Puar, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan adult Gohan, a Gotenks Kamikaze Ghost, Super Saiyan Trunks fusing, adult Gohan, Perfect Cell, Saike Demon, Super Saiyan Goku, and Broly for a total of 30 different pieces in this set.

Bandai

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Part 30 Keshi Kid Buu figurine

  • Keshi Part 30 snap figurines
  • Release date: 1996

These miniature gashapon figurines were released in capsule toys and incorporated 3-packs and 2-packs of characters from both DBZ and DBGT. Each capsule had 3 or 2 characters attached to a plastic base, which could be snapped off and kept separate from each other. All figurines in each capsule came in a single color, so in Kid Buu's case, multiple coloring schemes were used. The Kid Buu mold portrayed him in a sinister position, with one arm raised up and his hand pointing at his target while he holds a vicious facial expression. Pieces included in this series are Gohan with Videl, Emperor Pilaf with Shu and Mai, Yamcha with Bulma, Krillin with Mr. Satan and Vegeta, Dende with Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Vegito with Super Buu (Gotenks-absorbed), Super Buu (Piccolo-absorbed), Kid Buu, Uub with Bulla and Goten, and Trunks with Pan and Goku for a total of 10 pieces and 24 characters in the part 30 set.

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Metallic Chain Series including Kid Buu figurine

  • Metallic Chain Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This set of metallic linked chains includes some pieces that are re-releases of previous Keshigomu molds that were offered by Bandai in the Keshi sets. Released in conjunction with the Full Color Petites Boolzz series 1-4 sets, these linked chains hold a golden chrome color. Included in this 12230 assortment released by Bandai are Super Saiyan 3 Goku, child-size Goku in battle stance (GT), child-size Goku (GT), Trunks (GT), Pan (GT), Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Kid Buu, and Super Saiyan Vegito.

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Super Battle Collection Vol. 23 Kid Buu figure

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1997

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 1997, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. Kid Buu appears as volume 23 in this set. This time, Kid Buu appears in his final uncontrollable and pure state with a vicious and sinister expression attached to his face. The box mockup backflap portrays Kid Buu standing with a deranged expression as he tilts his neck down. Also portrayed on the boxart front is an image of Kid Buu pointing with a sinister laugh. On the box front, there's 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. The figure is notated as "Majin Boo" on the box front as his original naming scheme. The boxart features a pink, red, and black packaging being used as the boxart coloring for this version.

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Super Battle Collection Volume 23 Kid Buu repack

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was repacked and re-released with brand new packaging design although the figures remained the same. Originally released in 1997, this 1998 variant of the Kid Buu remains the same aside from the new packaging scheme. The figure still comes with the same expression and the same paint job. The set is still volume 23 although the repack release date is 1998. 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. There are some differences on the box packaging itself. This box front features a warning label and pushes the vol. 23 lettering to the midsection. The label reads "Warning: Choking Hazard - small part not for children under 3 years." Additionally, the packaging has the Chinese translations of the titles around the box itself.

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Imagination Series Kid Buu versus Super Saiyan 3 Goku diorama set

  • Imagination Series 5
  • Release date: 2005

There has been a diorama set released in 2005 by Bandai entitled “Imagination Figure,” incorporating numerous popular scenes from the series. Series 5 has a few memorable moments outlined throughout the series run. Kid Buu can be seen being blasted repeatedly by Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a burst of blue aura directly being spread toward him face-first. Kid Buu appears stunned by the massive energy emitted by the blast as he flails in midair while Goku maintains his ground. Other pieces in this set include Goku attempting to dodge Oozaru Vegeta's onslaught, Super Saiyan Goku unleashing a powerful Spirit Bomb with a farewell gesture, Piccolo dominating Dr. Gero, and Super Saiyan Teen Gohan charging his energy.

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Collection New Generation Kid Buu 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 Kid Buu in this set comes standing with both arms dangling to his sides as he stares down, with great impression on his sinister expression and stance. The base Kid Buu stands on comes with the "M" logo representing his Majin affiliation. Others included in this gashapon set are Uub, King Kai, Vegeta, Goku (as he appears in the final tournament), Dabura, Great Saiyaman, Babidi, a Super Kamikaze Ghost, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks.

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Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Spark Series Kid Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Spark Part 3
  • 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 Z Volume 3 set is no exception as it features 5 additional characters from the series. Kid Buu is included in this August 2007 set, crouching as fumes escape from every side, a result of his sinister insane fury. His hands are kept waist-high and tightly gripped into fists as he bends downward in a fierce power-up posture. The energy is colored a purple and white with transparency. The detail being placed on this figurine is massive, from the escalation of the fumes escaping from every side to the polished airbrush-style paint job used for his pants and skin. Other pieces included in this same Ultimate Spark Volume 3 set are Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a thunderous electricity striking around him, Majin Vegeta with electrifying red and yellow sparks flying underneath him, Super Saiyan Vegito with sparks of blue aura culminating from under him, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks with a cyclone of bullet-like blasts spiraling around him.

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Hybrid Action series Kid Buu figure

  • Hybrid Action series
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai's "Hybrid Action" series is likely the absolute best aside from Unifive’s Posing series in terms of complete articulation. This series features figures with extreme detail yet allows for a nice repertoire of poses to be done. Articulation plays a large role when it comes to basic scale action figures and is likely a great differentiating factor amongst the versatility of specific collectibles. In this case, the Hybrid Action Kid Buu figure is quite a great addition to anyone interested in high levels of articulation. This specific piece was released in November, 2007 in conjunction one other piece in the series, which was Goku (GT child-size). Depicted with a serious and sinister expression, the highly articulated figure comes with many bends and turns, being quite easy to pose at the joints as well as having circular rotations. The figure is able to be posed in numerous positions, similar to Unifive's Posing series, but at a slightly larger scale. Along with this versatility, another interesting feature to note is the additional pair of inter-changeable hands that come in the packaging. This allows for different postures and overall stances. The figure has over 20 points of articulation and comes complete with a stand and base. The specific Kid Buu piece stands at approximately 3 inches. Pieces included in the Hybrid Action collection are Vegito, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Future Trunks, Bardock, Vegeta, Perfect Cell, Super Saiyan Broly, Kid Buu, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Goku, adult Gohan, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Goku (GT), Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Vegito.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10 Kid Buu figurine color version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has released the Soul of Hyper Figuration series, which included Kid Buu in volume 10 of the series. Kid Buu is seen with a sinister and serious posture as his arms dangle and his head is slightly lowered, adding depth to his vicious expression. Released in January 2008, the series also included Broly, Super Saiyan Goku bidding farewell, Adult Gohan with school outfit, Videl, Yajirobe & Korin, Goku with kid Gohan playing with him, the World Tournament Announcer, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku unleashing his dragon fist technique.

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Ultimate Sparks Figures 5-pack set including Kid Buu

  • Ultimate Sparks Figures 5-pack
  • Release date: 2008

This 5-pack exclusive set has featured re-releases of the Ultimate Spark pieces. Included in this set are Kid Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegito, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks. Aside from being a repack of previous pieces, it features a great new packaging featuring Super Saiyan Goku on the box front. Kid Buu is listed simply as "Buu" on the box front. This 5-pack was produced in limited quantities and is a great collector set. The packaging reads "New Collectible Figure Set!" and the bottom corner of the pack details it as a "Bandai Creation," The Bandai logo being directly on front.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10 Kid Buu figurine black and white variant

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 10
  • Release date: 2008

The same Soul of Hyper Figuration set was simultaneously released by Bandai as a black and white alternate coloring scheme. The same Kid Buu figurine is included in this set along with 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 January 2008, this part of the Hyper Figuration series involved characters from the movies and last half of Dragon Ball Z, including the Great Saiyaman and Kid Buu Saga.

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Chara Phone Strap series Part 5 Kid Buu

  • Phone Strap Part 5
  • Release date: 2008

The Chara Puchi Phone Strap series was graced with a Kid Buu as an addition in its Part 5 set released on February 27, 2008. Kid Buu is seen pointing with a sinister expression on his face. This set featured a nice repertoire of characters to go along with previous and forthcoming chara puchi phone strap series. Others included in this same set are Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, Mr. Satan with Bee, Super Saiyan Goku, Goten with Trunks as they attempt to fuse, and Super Saiyan Gohan. The figurine straps are modeled to correspond to the Buu Saga debacle.

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Dragon Ball Greatest Arts Kid Buu versus Super Saiyan 3 Goku diorama

  • Dragon Ball Greatest Arts
  • Release date: 2008

Released in March, 2008, the Dragon Ball Greatest Arts series pays tribute to some memorable scenes from the full series run. There are four different diorama pieces included in this set, each with a black round base attached to the bottom with a distinct Dragon Ball logo on the base itself. Pieces included in this set are Goku on a Nimbus with Kame House in the background (Diorama No. 1), Bulma on a flying aircraft that is hovering (Diorama No. 2), Kid Goku on top of the Nimbus staring at Shenron, who is seen holding a Dragon Ball (Diorama No. 3), and Kid Buu fighting Super Saiyan 3 Goku (Diorama No. 4). The fourth diorama in this collection portrays Super Saiyan 3 Goku clashing with Kid Buu, their knees striking each other as they both grip their hands and are seen hovering in midair. The pieces are attached to two transparent rods which connect to the base.

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Ultimate Collection Wave 2 Kid Buu

  • Ultimate Collection Wave 2
  • Release date: 2008

The Ultimate Collection series is another unique one released by Bandai in 2008. It incorporates five additional figures with additional accessories. The special aspect of this set is the incorporation of Porunga 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 Porunga'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 2 assortment number 29500 set along with the attached figurine part are as follows: Vegeta (with Porunga’s arm), Goku (with Porunga’s head), Super Saiyan Trunks (with Porunga’s upper torso), Super Saiyan Gohan (with Porunga’s arm), and Vegito (with Porunga’s lower torso and 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 worldwide release, having a unique packaging for the complete set. The figures remain the same aside from the packaging differential. Additionally, released in conjunction with this Porunga completion set are two additional figures, each with their own blasts. The title for them reads "Attachable Energy Bursts Included." The two characters included in this set are Kid Buu (assortment number 29516) and Super Saiyan 3 Goku (assortment number 29515). Kid Buu is titled as "Super Buu" on the packaging front although he is clearly in his Kid Buu appearance. He comes with a pink transparent blast in the style of crystallized shards.

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Ultimate Collection Wave 3 Kid Buu

  • Ultimate Collection Wave 3
  • Release date: 2008

The Ultimate Collection series is another unique one released by Bandai in 2008. It incorporates six additional figures with additional accessories. The special aspect of this set is the incorporation of Shenron as a secret golden variant 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 3 of this series completes a golden base Shenron while Wave 1 completes a basic green Shenron and Wave 2 completes Porunga. The figures included in this Wave 3 set along with the attached figurine part are as follows: Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta [GT boxart] (With Golden Dragon Piece), Omega Shenron [GT boxart] (With Golden Dragon Piece), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (With Golden Dragon Piece), Kid Buu [named "Majin Buu" on packaging] (With Golden Dragon Piece), Super Saiyan Gotenks (With Golden Dragon Piece), and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta (With Golden Dragon Piece). 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. However, after much anticipation, this series was due for release in 2008 but was partially canceled. The Kid Buu and Super Saiyan 3 Goku figures were released while the Omega Shenron, SS4 Vegeta, SS Gotenks and SS4 Gogeta were removed from the released roster, having only two of the planned six figures actually released. This not only provided a problematic situation for fans who wanted to complete the Golden Shenron figurine, but also canceled the release of these characters although the prototypes can be seen on the packaging. Additionally, the Kid Buu and Super Saiyan 3 Goku figures in the Ultimate Collection set came packaged with transparent yellow and pink blasts instead of parts of the Golden Shenron for their alternate release. Kid Buu is available with a torso portion of the Golden Shenron for this set and it is a very similar sculpt when compared to the Ultimate Collection Wave 2 set.

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HG Plus Action Pose Kid Buu figurine

  • HG Plus Action Pose Part 2
  • Release date: 2008

HG Plus Action Pose Part 2 is the second installment to the HG Plus series. Bandai released its HG Plus Action Pose Part 2 set in June, 2008. This Action Pose set consists of characters in dynamic poses that can be altered to various positions. Kid Buu appears in a resilient combat posture, his hands brought together in front as he prepares to blast. The full set includes Kid Buu (blasting posture), Super Saiyan Vegito (gripping posture), Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks (preparing his Continuous Die Die Missiles, Vegeta (prepared posture), Super Saiyan Goku (preparing to throw a blast), and Gohan (with a physical combat maneuver) for a total of six difference pieces in this set. This was the second HG Plus Action Pose set released.

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Dragon Hero Vinyl series Kid Buu figure

  • Dragon Hero Vinyl series
  • Release date: 2008

The Dragon Hero series has a repertoire of Dragon Ball Z characters in vinyl format released on different dates. The Kid Buu figure was released on July 26th, 2008. It was the first Kid Buu piece to be released as a part of the Dragon Heroes assortment. It features a unique info card attached to the piece with character art and details. The soft vinyl figure stands at approximately 5 inches. Additionally, it is somewhat pose-able as it features a jointed torso for horizontal turns.

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HG Collection Part 19 Kid Buu

  • HG Collection Part 19
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai released its Part 19 set in October, 2008. This set included King Kai with Bubbles, Super Saiyan adult Gohan, adult Gohan, Kid Buu, Super Saiyan Kid Goten, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, and Super Saiyan Goku, who were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from maintaining a vicious pouncing pose, Kid Buu holds a sinister laughing expression on his face. This piece depicts the uncontrollable nature of Kid Buu as he is seen jumping up and preparing to attack in a feral posture. The piece also depicts his animal-like persona as he holds a wild laugh and a ferocious look in his eyes as his arms are spread out in preparation for the attack while simultaneously mocking his opponent. All the details are exquisite on these pieces, including the expressions and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. Kid Buu also comes with a transparent base to better aid in creating the midair jumping stance.

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RealWorks Volume 6 Kid Buu figurine

  • RealWorks Part 6
  • Release date: 2008

The Real Works series are some of the most highly detailed for a collectible series at a basic scale. Most figurines in this set have seen numerous re-releases. Originally released on December 2008, pieces featured in this Volume 6 set are Videl, Kid Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Vegito with his Spirit Sword and without, Goku with halo and angelic wings, and Super Saiyan Gohan with Z Sword. The Kid Buu figurine in this set features a very nice pointing stance with a wicked expression, portraying him with a sinister glare. These pieces also come with a transparent white base to stand on, signifying that they are from this specific Real Works set.

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VS Series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball VS series Part 1
  • Release date: 2009

Released in January 2009, these VS sets were a unique addition unveiled by Bandai. In the Part 1 assortment, Kid Buu versus Super Saiyan Vegeta was included as a 2-pack set. Kid Buu appears with a serious expression and Vegeta comes alongside this piece. This is the third of numerous other sets in the Part 1 assortment for the VS Duel Series. The pieces are Sofvi figures, designed to be rather soft and stretchable. Kid Buu has a light pink tint to his skin. His overall design is well-made. Others included in this set are Frieza in his final form versus Goku, Broly versus Super Saiyan Goku, Frieza in his third form versus Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Future Trunks versus Perfect Cell.

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Dragon Ball Kai Ring Ring Swing Kid Buu with Majin Buu strap

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ring Ring Swing Collection
  • Release date: 2009

Released in May 2009, Bandai's "Dragon Ball Kai Ring Ring Swing Collection Series" has included Kid Buu as one of its phone straps, along with a miniature item, which in this case was Majin Buu's head and comes attached to the miniature Kid Buu figurine, which is in his sinister pointing reaction. Majin Buu's head is seen with an infantile smile. Others included in this miniature phone strap set are Shenron with a Dragon Ball, Super Saiyan Goku with a Dragon Ball, Super Saiyan Vegeta with a Space Pod, Super Saiyan Future Trunks with a Capsule, and Goku with his Nimbus cloud.

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UDM series 1 Kid Buu phone strap

  • Ultimate Deformed Mascot Series 1
  • Release date: 2011

A nice addition by Bandai is the Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap series part 1 which was released in 2011. The figurines in this set stand at about 4cm (40mm) and Kid Buu is included in this set, wearing a sinister smile as he bends his neck to the side. 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 series 1 set are Cooler, Super Saiyan 3 Future Trunks, Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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UDM Best Series 03 Kid Buu strap

  • UDM Best Series 03
  • Release date: 2013

The Ultimate Deformed Mascot (UDM) series has seen a Best Series 03 addition to the initial collection and has included Kid Buu in the assortment. Set for a release date of December 16th, 2013, this set includes Kid Buu, Perfect Cell, Gotenks (also available as Super Saiyan Gotenks), Goku, Super Saiyan Gohan, and a Golden Great Ape. Kid Buu appears with a vicious expression and his head tilted to the side.

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UDM Burst Series 10 Kid Buu strap

  • UDM Burst Series 10
  • Release date: 2015

The Ultimate Deformed Mascot (UDM) has yet another assortment for the Burst Series 10 addition to the initial collection and includes Kid Buu in the assortment. Set for a release date of March 20th, 2015, this set includes Kid Buu launching a Change Beam, Super Saiyan 4 Broly, Super Saiyan 3 Gogeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Gohan. Kid Buu appears with a sadistic crouching posture as he unleashes his vicious beam from the antenna on his head.

Banpresto

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Dragon Ball Z double keychain Kid Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks

  • Double Keychain set
  • Release date: Unknown

This double keychain series released by Banpresto includes 5 sets, each with two characters attached to a keyring. Kid Buu appears alongside Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, both in a fighting movement with battle screams and great poses. The set is a dedication to some of the primary antagonists and protagonists from each saga. The set includes King Piccolo with Goku, Vegeta with Goku, Frieza in his final form with Piccolo, Perfect Cell with Super Saiyan Future Trunks, and Kid Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks.

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HQ Keyholder Kid Buu

  • High Quality Keyholder Majin Buu Series
  • Release date: 2007

The Dragon Ball Z High Quality Keyholder "Majin Buu" series was released in 2007. The initial assortment has included Kid Buu, Mystic Gohan, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta. Kid Buu is seen pointing his hand with a vicious expression on his face. The HQ keyholder pieces go for an airbrushed look and are extremely detailed.

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Pose Collection Series Volume 2 Kid Buu

  • Pose Collection Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2008

Another interesting set of figures was released as a part of the Pose Collection Series. Volume 2 has included Kid Buu in a sinister pointing pose with a vicious facial expression. Additionally, the ground base is a rocky one with a transparent rod attached to it allowing Kid Buu to be attached to the base. The Pose Collection features a very unique boxed packaging, having a large bubble for the package itself and a unique backboard with images that combine to create a poster when all the figures are brought together. Pieces included in this volume 2 set are Cyborg Frieza, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, and Kid Buu.

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Keyring Double Set including Kid Buu and Super Saiyan 3 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.

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Micro Series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Micro Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2015

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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DXF Series Kid Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z DXF Fighting Combination Volume 5
  • Release date: 2015

This March 2015 release is a volume 5 series piece portraying Kid Buu with a fierce expression. These are larger-scale figures and come in unique stances atop a rocky base for the platform. Each piece holds a unique model and mold. The Kid Buu piece is portrayed with his mouth in a monstrous laugh as he maintains a fighting posture in preparation for a strike. This figure is the volume 5 piece and one out of a few that have been scheduled as a part of the DXF [Deluxe Fighting] Combination Series. Others included as DXF pieces are Majin Buu (Volume 2), Majin Vegeta (Volume 1), Gohan (Volume 4), Gotenks (Volume 3), and Super Saiyan Goku (Volume 6).

Unifive

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Posing series 4 Kid Buu

  • Posing Figure Series Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive, a subsidiary of Banpresto, has released a posing figure of Kid Buu which was included alongside Super Saiyan Gotenks as part of the Posing Series Part 4 set. Kid Buu holds a very sinister and twisted expression as he can be posed in numerous agile and vicious postures. 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 Majin Buu with a Dabura cookie.

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Action Posing Figure series 4 Kid Buu 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 Kid Buu, there's also Great Saiyaman, Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a halo, Vegito, Super Saiyan Gotenks with a Super Kamikaze Ghost, and Majin Buu with a Dabura cookie. 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.

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Posing Figure Box Collection including Kid Buu

  • 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.

DeAgostini

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DBZ Chess Set Kid Buu 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. Kid Buu is the "Pawn" by position in the chess set. Kid Buu is seen crouching and screaming as he holds his hands in a tight grip and charges. He is seen standing atop some rubble and maintains a battle stance. Others included in the set and their positions are as follows: Frieza in his final form (Rook), Jeice (Knight), Perfect Cell (Bishop), Princess Snake (Queen), and Super Buu (King), 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

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The Saga Continues Series 4 Kid Buu

  • The Saga Continues Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

The Saga Continues Series 4 Kid Buu released by Irwin is a reissue of Bandai's Super Battle Collection volume 23 piece. This version features Kid Buu with a green and blue aura as the packaging box. The overall construct and mold of the figure remains the same, however, with very minor alterations in terms of the coloring scheme. This version titles him as "Majin Boo." This version of the series 4 release has a green cardboard background and has a small font for the "Series 4" lettering in front, which would later be re-sized for the re-release of this same piece. Others included in this series 4 set are Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Vegito, and Super Saiyan Vegeta.

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The Saga Continues Series 4 Kid Buu reissue

  • The Saga Continues Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

The Saga Continues Series 4 Kid Buu released by Irwin is a reissue of Bandai's Super Battle Collection volume 23 piece. This version features Kid Buu with the green, blue, red, yellow,and purple flame aura as the backboard coloring for the package. This series would see many variants for Kid Buu, this one being the second re-release of the original SBC piece. The overall construct and mold of the figure remains the same, however, with very minor alterations in terms of the coloring scheme. This version still titles Kid Buu as "Majin Boo." This version of the series 4 release has the multi-color backboard and features a large font for the "Series 4" lettering in front.

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The Saga Continues Series 12 including Kid Buu

  • The Saga Continues
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy pretty much re-released all the previous 2 inch Super Guerriers figurines. Kid Buu was no exclusion as when series 12 was released, he was included with the others from the previous lineup. The mini-figure remains the same aside from the basic packaging layout being larger by the bubble and cardboard size. Kid Buu is seen jiggling and wiggling his body in an infantile teasing fashion. However, the contents remain the same and the figures remain unaltered. This series is considered the miniature releases that went along with Irwin’s basic 5 inch lineup.

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The Saga Continues Series 7 miniature set including Kid Buu figurine

  • "The Saga Continues" Series 7
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy has also re-released all the previous Super Guerriers figurines in an even smaller base, miniatures by the size of an inch and a half. Kid Buu was included in the Series 5-8 set which held 12 miniature sized characters in one package. The mini-figure remains the same aside from the basic packaging layout being different with blue boxart rather than orange and yellow from the previous "Saga Continues" set. This Kid Buu is very similar to the Coffret No. 12 version, albeit being a smaller variant. Like the other miniatures, this one also portrays Kid Buu in the same position. He is seen jiggling and wiggling his body in an infantile teasing fashion.

Jakks Pacific

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Earth's Defenders Metallic Edition Kid Buu with Goku

  • Earth's Defenders Metallic Edition
  • Release date: 2003

Jakks has released a 2-pack set of figures entitled "Earth's Defenders Metallic Edition". These figures come with a few accessories and have a shiny metallic paint job. Kid Buu is included in this set with the metallic paint job alongside Battle Damaged Goku. The packaging front features images of the included characters and features the episode title from the series which features the fight between Kid Buu and Goku, which in this case is "Vegeta's Respect." Both characters come with a whirling blast of aura, specifically a blue blast for Kid Buu and a red one for Goku. The packaging backside features other sets released in conjunction with this metallic set, which are the "Art of Fusion" packs, the Movie Collection Series 5 large-scale figures, and Striking Z Fighters series 5.

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Kid Buu Saga Kid Buu figure

  • Kid Buu Saga Series 14
  • Release date: 2003

Released in 2003, Jakks has offered a Kid Buu figure as a part of the Kid Buu Saga set, which was the Series 14 addition to the Irwin and Jakks figures. This set also included Vegeta, Goku, Teen Trunks, and Uub to represent the Kid Buu Saga set. This set has likely one of the most detailed of the paint jobs when it comes to these characters. Due to the overall impression on Kid Buu's sinister expression, the figure stands out as a highly detailed piece. This piece remains one of the most consistent and accurate in terms of distinctive attributes for Kid Buu, albeit being another repaint variant of the same mold. Of course, Kid Buu comes with some accessories, which in his case is a whirling blue blast aura.

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Super Saiyan 3 Goku and Kid Buu Limited Edition Paints 2-pack

  • Jakk's Pacific's Limited Edition Paints Series 12
  • Release date: 2005

Another release of the Limited Edition Paints 2-packs was the Series 12 set. Kid Buu came alongside Super Saiyan 3 Goku and was made available in 2005 in a "DBZ Limited Edition Paints" series 2-pack set. It is 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 Kid Buu figure has had some minor touch-ups in terms of the coloring scheme but remains the same figure aside from having a completely gray-scale paint job along with the Goku included. Both figures come with the Limited Edition Paints imprint on their legs. Other 2-packs included in this series 12 set are Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta with Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Super Saiyan Gohan with Perfect Cell.

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Budokai Battles Series Super Saiyan 3 Goku vs Kid Buu 2-pack

  • Budokai Battles Series 8 2-packs
  • Release date: 2005

The Budokai Battles Series was another set of 2-packs released by Jakks Pacific. Each 2-pack came with a bonus CD with approximately 15 minutes of animation. As a part of the last wave of releases, these 2-packs were produced in scarce quantities. Those included in this set are Super Saiyan 3 Goku versus Kid Buu (Budokai 2 set), Super Saiyan Teen Gohan versus Perfect Cell (Budokai set), and Super Saiyan 4 Goku with Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta (Budokai 3 set). These figures hold a very transparent glowing touch to the paint job and are similar molds as seen in the Limited Edition Paints series.

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Series 18 Kid Buu figure

  • Series 18
  • Release date: Unknown

The same Kid Buu figure was re-released yet again by Jakks Pacific as a part of the series 18 set. This piece comes with a unique flaming blast. The figure comes with the same mold and base, the packaging front reading “Battle Scene Display Included” and “Kid Buu” as the title. The light blue box design gives a new touch to the packaging and the overall style of the box is rather unique, with intricate detail on the packaging bubble and sides. Additionally, there's images of Kid Buu on the side of the packaging. Other pieces included in this same Series 18 set are a transparent Piccolo, Goku, Frieza in his second form, Cyborg Frieza, and Super Saiyan Future Trunks.

Plex

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Anime Heroes series Kid Buu figurine

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

In the large assortment of “Anime Heroes” series offered by Plex, Kid Buu 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 resemble the chibi style. Kid Buu's facial expression here showcases him with a sinister smile and his hands tightly gripped as he maintains a vicious appearance to go along with his small size and stature.

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X Plus Dragon Ball Z Gigantic Series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z x Plus Gigantic Series
  • Release date: 2014

The Dragon Ball Z X Plus Gigantic Series is a great addition to any large-scale collection and one of the only series offered at a larger size by Plex. Scheduled for a 2014 release and standing at 32cm, the Kid Buu is no exception as he is very highly detailed at this scale. Kid Buu maintains a sinister expression portraying his fierce teeth and vicious nature. Others included in the X Plus Series set are Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Super Saiyan Goku, and Gotenks.

KidzBiz

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The Legend is Here Series 3 with mini Kid Buu figurine

  • The Legend is Here series 3
  • Release date: 2000

Amongst the various “Legend is Here” releases was an alternate miniature-sized 1.5 inch version of the Kid Buu miniature figurine. This figurine holds the same posture as the previous AB Groupe and upcoming Irwin Toy releases. The figurine size is much smaller than the original release. This is another of the versions of Kid Buu produced by KidzBiz as reissues of the previous Super Guerriers lineups. Like the other miniatures, this one also portrays Kid Buu in the same position. He is seen jiggling and wiggling his body in an infantile teasing fashion.

Dolci Preziosi

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Dolci Preziosi 3D Big figurine Kid Buu and Super Saiyan 3 Goku

  • 3D Big Figurines
  • Release date: 2012

Dolci Preziosi has also released a larger set in October 2012 featuring some battle scenes from the series run. Kid Buu is included with Super Saiyan 3 Goku. Kid Buu maintains a vicious expression as he stands crouching and in a powering-up stance as Super Saiyan 3 Goku is seen screaming to unleash his power, his hands tightly gripped as he looks upward. They are seen standing on a brown ground base. Others included in this same set are Android 18 with Krillin, Perfect Cell with Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Frieza in his final form with Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks. Each set comes with a unique stance and unique base.

Hachette

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Legend of Manga series collectible number 25 Kid Buu

  • The Legend of Manga series
  • Release date: 2009

Hachette has added a great deal of pieces to their appending "Legend of Manga" releases. Sculpted by Nakazawa Hiroyuki and included with the manga volumes is a miniature figurine. Included with Number 25 of this wide range of volumes is none other than Kid Buu. Released in July, 2009, this piece was no exception to the great deal of detail Hachette has placed on the Dragon Ball manga characters. Kid Buu is seen standing and pointing in a challenging motion as he maintains a wicked laugh. The details are also extremely accurate in their depiction, right down to the expression on his face, making him an exceptionally accurate collectible overall.

Showa Note

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Dragon Ball Z Kyarappu Vol. 2 Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Kyarappu Vol. 2
  • Release date: Unknown

Bandai's Kyarappu vol. 2 (Kharap Volume 2) has included a repertoire of characters atop Dragon Balls as their base. This set is known as the Kyarappu (Kharap) or secret "calibration wrap" Dragon Ball and is a set of special pencil caps. It includes many characters in the set, including Kid Buu. Kid Buu is seen standing atop a six-star ball with one foot and raises his other leg as he prepares to lunge. Pieces included in this volume 2 set are Mr. Satan, Kid Buu, Majin Buu, Goten, Gotenks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Trunks, Majin Vegeta, Gohan, Vegito holding Super Buu's antennae, and Uub as a secret piece.

Winter's

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Winter's Chocopunch Kid Buu spoon

  • Chocopunch Dragon Ball Z Series 2
  • Release date: 2011

Winter's is a Peruvian brand that is responsible primarily for chocolates and confections. The brand was started in 1997 by Lima-based Good Foods S.A., the largest Peruvian exporter of chocolates. "Chocopunch" is a popular name-brand retail confection product made in Peru under the Winter's brand owned by Compañía Nacional de Chocolates de Perú S.A. and manufactures chocolate cream confections. As a promotional aspect of Chocopunch, a colorful plastic "cucharita" (mini spoon) in the shapes of different characters from movies, TV series, and video games has been packaged with the product as a colorful assortment of spoons which can be collected like prizes. The Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z second series of spoons have been released in the 2011 range. The first set to feature Kid Buu was the Dragon Ball Z series 2 set. Kid Buu is included in this set with both hands tightly gripped and raised mid-way as he is seen charging and holds a dark green hue.

Phoskitos

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Phoskitos Series Kid Buu piece

  • Phoskitos Sticky Series
  • Release date: 2008

Released as a promotional set from September 1st, 2008 to December 31st, 2008 by Phoskitos, a series of miniature sticky rubber splatters was unveiled. These mini pieces are able to stick to windows and glass. The figurines come in triple chocolate packets, which are designed to be chocolate candies and include these mini sticky pieces as a collectible. There are 9 pieces in this full set, including Kid Buu, Krillin, Goku, Vegeta, Master Roshi, Goten, Super Saiyan Goten, Piccolo, and Semi-Perfect Cell. Each comes in a single color base and has a finger hole attached to the bottom portion allowing for the pieces to be tossed or twisted. The pack features images of the characters included. These pieces were a Spanish release as they are imported from Barcelona, Spain. The mini packaging reads "Hay 9 Sticky Dragon Ball Z Diferentes Colleccionalos."

Lawson

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Dragon Ball Z Monuments Bust series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Monuments
  • Release date: 2009

This very unique set of busts entitled "Monuments" was released in February, 2009 by Lawson for the Georgia canned coffee products and includes a few characters from Dragon Ball Z. Each comes on top of a different ground base featuring dark gray, light gray, and tan color grounds. Kid Buu appears atop a dark gray base. This set includes the following characters: Frieza in his final form, Perfect Cell, Kid Buu, Piccolo, Vegeta, Yamcha, Tien, Krillin, Master Roshi, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks for a total of 15 different types in this set.

Mekke

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Dragon Ball Figure Collection Volume 7 Super Saiyan 3 Goku with Kid Buu metallic piece

  • Dragon Ball Figure Collection
  • Release date: 2003

Originally unveiled in 2002 and released until 2003 by Mekke and in conjunction with Volks and Shueisha, this set of 7 pieces dedicated to Goku during his numerous age brackets comes with additional metal-plated pieces of his numerous encounters through the series. This set is entitled "Dragon Ball Collection" and features the following unique pieces: Kid Goku atop the Nimbus along with Bulma as the metal piece (Volume 1), Goku holding his Power Pole with Shenron as the metal piece (Volume 2), Goku during the World Martial Arts Tournament with Piccolo as the metal piece (Volume 3), Goku preparing a Kamehameha with Vegeta as the metal piece (Volume 4), Battle-Damaged Super Saiyan Goku with Frieza in his final form as the metal piece (Volume 5), Goku waving goodbye with angelic wings and Perfect Cell as the metal piece (Volume 6), and Super Saiyan 3 Goku with Kid Buu as the metal piece (Volume 7). All these pieces come with a unique burgundy base and a round and clear Dragon Ball designated by the star and numeric specifying the collectible by its volume release. These pieces are a great tribute to Goku's development as a character and the many phases of his trials, transformations, and the very legacy of the character highlighted by the metallic inclusions of his foes and experiences.

Zhiao

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Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi Super Power Dragn Ball Z Series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi Super Power Dragn Ball Z Series
  • Release date: 2014

A 6-piece set was released in 2014 featuring Dragon Ball Z characters in Lego-style format. This building block set is compatible with the Lego series and can be attached to any assembly or accessory set offered by Lego. As a mass release, this set was manufactured by Zhiao and made available to numerous worldwide markets. Each piece comes with its unique packaging and images as well as mini blast accessories. Each figurine features a unique accessory as well and its very own instructional pamphlet. The figurines come standing on a different base and stand at approximately 5.2cm. Characters included in this set and their production no. are as follows: Master Roshi (credited as Kame Sennin) [No. 5831], Super Saiyan Goku (erroneously credited as Super Vegetto) [No. 5836], Super Saiyan 4 Goku [No. 5833], Vegeta (erroneously credited as Super Son Gohan) [No. 5835], Super Saiyan 3 Goku [No. 5834], and Kid Buu (credited as Majin Buu]] [No. 5832]. The full set is entitled "Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi" and the lineup is entitled "Super Power Dragn Ball Z" as an erroneous spelling.

JLB

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Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi Series Kid Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi Series
  • Release date: 2014

A re-release of the same 6-piece set was seen in 2014 featuring Dragon Ball Z characters in Lego-style format. This building block set is compatible with the Lego series and can be attached to any assembly or accessory set offered by Lego. As a mass release, this set was manufactured by JLB and made available to numerous worldwide markets. Each piece comes with its unique packaging and images as well as mini blast accessories. Each figurine features a unique accessory as well and its very own instructional pamphlet. The figurines come standing on a different base and stand at approximately 5.2cm. Characters included in this set and their production no. are as follows: Master Roshi (credited as Kame Sennin [No. 3D5912]), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (credited as Super Son Gokuh) [No. 3D5909], Super Saiyan 4 Goku (credited as Super Son Goku) [No. 3D5910], Vegeta (erroneously credited as Super Son Gohan) [No. 3D5908], Super Saiyan Goku (erroneously credited as Super Vegetto) [No. 3D5907], and Kid Buu (credited as Majin Buu]] (No. 3D5911). The full set is entitled "Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi" and the lineup is a reversion by JLB of the previous Zhiao set.

Mexican Manufacturer

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Mexican Manufactured Kid Buu transparent figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z transparent series
  • Release date: 1990's

Released in the 1990s, this figure holds a transparent base and a bright blue hue. These figures are similar molds to the Super Guerriers and SBC figures released earlier. This specific Kid Buu is a unique piece. It holds a transparent hue rather than a full-color piece and as a Mexican produced figure, it is unique for maintaining its appearance and sustaining the overall detail of the piece although having a monochrome appearance.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Kid Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find 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 but it is unique. This specific model is a unique mold made by the Mexican Manufacturers. His belt area has the M sign for the Majin symbol. The piece itself has very minimal articulation, being limited only to the vertical movement of his arms and the horizontal movement of his torso. His eyes are colored with a black-fill as opposed to the inaccurate coloring used on some of the other Mexican manufactured pieces. The detrimental factor of this piece is that it depicts Kid Buu at a very tall scale, albeit portraying his head-sculpt and physical appearance accurately. The piece stands at Super Buu height although it is a portrayal of Kid Buu.

Chinese Manufacturer

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Kid Buu what-if scenario series keychain figurine

  • What-If scenario series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another very unique set has been incorporated in a keychain format similar to the High Grade releases by Banpresto. A model of Kid Buu appears as a part of this set. His posture is one of deadly viciousness as he is seen pointing as his RealWorks piece. Kid Buu appears in a fused format between his basic appearance and somewhat additional touch-ups reminiscent to that of Frieza. He has some purple tone added to the center of his chest and on his shoulders. Other pieces included in this what-if set are a fusion of Super Saiyan 5 Broly, a Super Saiyan 4 fusion of Gotenks, Super Saiyan 5 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 5 Goku, and a rather oddly painted Super Saiyan 5 character. The figures stand at approximately 9cm (Kid Buu fusion) to 13cm (Super Saiyan 5 Broly).

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Kid Buu what-if scenario series figure

  • What-If scenario series
  • Release date: Unknown

The same what-if scenario set from the aforementioned keychain series was also released with transparent bases, ranging from 10cm (Kid Buu fusion) to 14cm (Super Saiyan 5 Broly) with their bases. Nothing is altered for these pieces in terms of design as they are the same molds and models but without the pierced keychain slots and instead with their unique transparent round bases. The Kid Buu is a nice addition to any collector of the what-if scenario figurines and goes along well with the other wild and intense figurines that transcend the imagination for Dragon Ball super-powered warriors.

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Super Saiyajin SonGokou Series Kid Buu figure

  • Super Saiyajin SonGokou Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This highly detailed pre-painted PVC series incorporates some unique pieces in its repertoire. It is manufactured by a Chinese distributor and is a part of the "Super Saiyajin SonGokou" Series. Also included in this same set is battle damaged Super Saiyan Goku. Kid Buu is seen standing with a vicious smile and both hands in a pointing pose. The figure comes with a round black base and a unique packaging featuring some characters on the side panels, including Raditz and Vegeta. The packaging features a nice flaming aura design as well as the Dragon Ball Z logo highlighted on the box front and the top portion. The figure stands at 9.5 inches, which is quite large for a collectible model.

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Super Battle Collection Kid Buu piece

  • Super Battle Collection re-release
  • Release date: Unknown

This set was a re-release of the Super Battle Collection Kid Buu piece with a different packaging. The packaging front holds a light blue and red color and features an image of Super Saiyan Gohan and an image of Super Saiyan 3 Goku as a golden Shenron envelops the center of the backboard. The top portion of the packaging displays the Dragon Ball Z logo. Pieces included in this Super Battle Collection re-release set are as follows: Goku (Vol. 1), Super Saiyan Goku (Vol. 2), Piccolo (Vol. 3), Vegeta (Vol. 4), Future Trunks (Vol. 5), Frieza (Vol. 6), Super Saiyan Vegeta (Vol. 7), Gohan (Vol. 8), Super Saiyan Gohan (Vol. 9), Super Saiyan Broly (Vol. 10), Perfect Cell (Vol. 11), Super Saiyan Future Trunks (Vol. 12), Super Saiyan Gohan (Vol. 13), Great Saiyaman (Vol. 14), Goten (Vol. 15), Kid Trunks (Vol. 16), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (Vol. 17), Gotenks (Vol. 18), Super Saiyan Vegito (Vol. 19), Majin Buu (Vol. 20), Super Saiyan Gogeta (Vol. 21), Vegito (Vol. 22), Kid Buu (Vol. 23), and Super Saiyan Gotenks (Vol. 24).

Model Kits

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Resin-based model kit statue bookend set with Kid Buu

  • Resin-based model kit bookend series
  • Release date: Unknown

This is a very unique resin-based model kit bookend set. It depicts Legendary Super Saiyan Broly, final form Frieza, Perfect Cell, and Kid Buu on one side and Piccolo, Future Trunks, Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku on the other. Both parts are brought together to serve as bookends for material kept in between. They are modeled greatly in a format similar to head busts and overall mountainous statue-esque depictions. Kid Buu is seen with a vicious and sinister laugh on his face as his insane expression heightens and completes the full tribute to the evil half of the bookend set. The rocks around the model also go well as a surrounding base for the overall perception of the piece as a whole.

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Ultimate Kid Buu resin-based model kit

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: Unknown

This unique boxed resin based model kit showcases Kid Buu as "Ultimate Kid Buu," a variant collectible of Kid Buu as he is seen attached to a transparent rod which connects to a one-star ball as his base. The piece itself stands at 7 inches tall (14 inches with the base length included). The packaging features an opened view depicting the contents. The same Kid Buu piece would later be re-released with a basic antenna and an elongated antenna atop different bases. There are some minor differentials between this version and the forthcoming ones. The packaging itself features a white box with Dragon Ball lettering and Japanese characters written on the front as well as having an image of Kid Buu printed on the side of the box.

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Kid Buu powering up resin based model kit

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another resin-based model kit portrays Kid Buu as he is seen charging up with a ferocious rage. The miniature Djinn proves that dangerous things do indeed come in small packages with a sparking aura erupting around him, ignited by his savage ferocity. He stands on a rocky base and holds a gripping posture as he is seen gritting his teeth and maintaining a vicious glare. His expression and his stance is the unique factor for this piece as numerous variants of the base would be released with further Kid Buu model kits that were standing upright in position.

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Kid Buu in basic stance model kit

  • Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2007

A model kit of Kid Buu with his neck bent as he holds a wicked and deranged expression was released in 2007. This piece portrays Kid Buu as he first appeared after being shown entering this psychotic and uncontrollable stage of his pure vicious essence. He is seen standing in a very basic stance, both hands kept to his sides as he holds a very distinct frown and an angered expression.

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Kid Buu statue with basic antennae

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: 2007

Released sometime after 2007, this resin-based model kit statue portrays Kid Buu with a mean snarl as he stands firm atop a round base and maintains his hands in a tight grip. There’s a distinct vicious touch to his expression and the very motion of his head, as he is seen tilting it downwards. He has his basic-length antennae for this variant of the statue piece, which would be a distinguishing differential for the subsequent versions of the piece that were released, the major difference being the length of his antennae, which was an elongated antennae. Additional variations to the base came in the format of the sparking flames seen in the first upward-standing Kid Buu piece.

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Kid Buu statue with elongated antennae

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: Unknown

A second variation of the aforementioned piece would come in the same stance with minor paint job differential. This variant portrayed Kid Buu with an elongated antennae, which is seen swirling in a circular motion reminiscent of Super Buu’s Gotenks absorbed form. Aside from this difference, the piece remains very similar to the previous version when comparing his stance and expression. Additional variations to the base came in the format of the sparking flames seen in the first upward-standing Kid-Buu piece.

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Kid Buu model kit from set

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: Unknown

Released sometime after 2009, a Kid Buu resin-based model kit portrays him in a prepared battle stance. He is actually one half of the full diorama set, which connects the rocky bases for a fight scene. Kid Buu is portrayed facing off against Super Saiyan 3 Goku in this model kit set. Kid Buu holds a vicious snarl with one arm raised up and the other lowered while both hands are tightly locked into fists. Goku is seen wiping his face after being struck as he maintains his grip and keeps a steady blocking posture.

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Kid Buu fighting Super Saiyan Goku resin based statue set

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: 2010

A very unique resin-based model kit battle scene diorama portrays Super Saiyan Goku struggling against Kid Buu, grabbing at his antennae from behind as he performs an aerial maneuver. Kid Buu is seen wearing a monstrous expression and his hands are seen flailing as he is caught off guard and surprised by the maneuver. Goku is battle damaged with the top portion of his clothing being shredded as he holds a tight grip on the sadistic little Djinn.

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Kid Buu fighting Super Saiyan 3 Goku resin based statue set

  • Resin-based model kit series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another unique resin-based model kit battle scene diorama was released and this time portrayed Super Saiyan 3 Goku performing the same action against Kid Buu from behind, pulling the vicious Djinn’s antennae, which happens to be slightly elongated for this version of the depicted fight scene. Additional differences include a ground base with grass on the exterior and Goku is now fully clothed and has somewhat battle damage as a portion of his Gi topples over his shoulder. Kid Buu still holds a vicious expression although there are some minor differences in the positioning of his hands. Kid Buu is still portrayed being caught off guard for this diorama.

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Resin-Based Model Kit Statue Kid Buu Bust

  • Resin-Based Statue Model Kit Bust Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another very unique resin-based bust statue portrays Kid Buu with a sinister expression and vicious stare. There's some enormous detail on this piece, particularly concentrating on his upper torso and cranial structure. This bust portrays Kid Buu with one arm and his lower portion is seen dissipating in a whirlpool of aura, which holds a light green transparent hue (also can found in a bright blue hue for alternate paint jobs). Additionally, this is one of a few busts also available in this resin-based model kit format. Others available in this bust format are Super Buu with Gotenks absorbed clothing and Evil Buu. These busts are a perfect depiction of Buu's persona and forms. The texture and coloring scheme of each statue bust is that of superb detail and heavy technique, placing great impression on the shadows and layers of their muscles, skin tone, and clothing. The ground base having the aura whirling underneath is also a very nice touch. The Kid Buu piece stands at approximately 19cm in height and 12cm in width. There are some minor differences in each variation of the bust; some having bright pink hue for the skin tone reminiscent of the video games and others having a darker shading with an airbrushed look depicting the anime appearance.

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Kid Buu 6 inch SD Resin piece

  • SD Resin Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2014

A set of Resin-based SD [Super-Deformed] model kit pieces was released in late 2014 featuring a few Dragon Ball Z characters in this format. Each pieces comes with a similar base featuring the "Dragon Ball" writing running across the front. Additionally, each piece features a glossy finish with a unique chibi look as well as a special pose for each character. There are four different characters included in this SD model kit statuette set. Each piece has great detail for a 6 inch set, standing at the basic action figure height. The set features Frieza in his final form, Kid Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, and Super Saiyan 4 Goku. Kid Buu is seen standing with a distinct smile on his face as he maintains both hands in a tight grip.

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Digital Clock Series Kid Buu

  • Digital Clock Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A very nice set of digital clocks with standing character replicas atop each base was released by either Bandai, Banpresto, or another subsidiary division. Incorporated in this set were the following characters: Kid Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku. Each character is seen standing on top of a square black digital clock with an image of Shenron running across the front. Kid Buu is portrayed as a full-body piece with a sinister and devious snarling expression as he twists his head in a feral motion.

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Kid Buu miniature figurine

  • Dragon Ball Miniature Finger Puppet Chibi Set
  • Release date: Unknown

A few miniature finger puppet toys were released incorporating some characters from the Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Buu Saga. Kid Buu was amongst these few characters. All the pieces are made in a very cute chibi style and are rather small pieces. The Kid Buu piece is portrayed with a battle scream. Others included in this small set are Vegeta, Frieza, Krillin, Gohan, King Kai, Perfect Cell, Future Trunks, Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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