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Posing series King Piccolo figurine close up

There are currently a total of 52 King Piccolo (also known as Pikkoro Daimaō) collectibles that have been released by numerous companies to date. A gallery and the attached information appends to the official releases and genuine specifics in regards to the additional merchandise pertaining to each release.

Bandai

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Part 2 Keshi King Piccolo

  • Part 2 Keshi Set
  • Release date: 1989

This miniature Part 2 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the Vegeta Saga (also known as the Saiyan Saga) and some characters from the King Piccolo Saga. King Piccolo is included in the part 2 set with one hand resting to his side and the other hand hidden behind his cape. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as King Yemma, Chi-Chi, King Kai, Piccolo, a Saibaman, King Piccolo, Nappa, Launch, two variants of Gohan (one from the cover art), Goku, Vegeta, Master Roshi, Bubbles, and an older Upa.

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Mini Figure Selection series 1 King Piccolo figurine

  • Dragon Ball Mini Figure Selection series 1
  • Release date: 2003

The Mini Figure Selection series volume 1 was released in January 2003 and has included a repertoire of characters from the Dragon Ball series in a nice bronze color highlight. Included in this set is a miniature King Piccolo as he stands in a charging posture and prepares a deadly attack. The Namekian demon king is depicted with virtually perfect finesse, maintaining his hands in a gripped posture and raised up as his feet are spread out to maintain his position.The miniature figurine is well-crafted and has a distinct bronze coloring scheme, matching the rest of the Mini Figure Selection series set.

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Mini Figure Selection series King Piccolo figurine

  • Dragon Ball Mini Figure Selection series Part 2
  • Release date: 2003

The Mini Figure Selection series Part 2 was released on September 2003 and has included a repertoire of characters from the Dragon Ball series in a nice bronze color highlight. Included in this set is a miniature King Piccolo, who is seen sitting on his throne chair, his hands curled in front as he holds a serious expression. This miniature figurine is well-crafted and has a distinct bronze coloring scheme, matching the rest of the Mini Figure Selection series set.

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Collection Vol. 3 King Piccolo

  • Bandai Collection Volume 3 set
  • Release date: 2004

Before the initial HG collection, a gashapon set entitled "Collection Volume 3" was released in January 2004 with ground bases featuring a few characters from the Dragon Ball Z universe. Included in this roster was King Piccolo in a blasting position with a mean expression on his face. The rectangular ground base for this piece is shaped in rocky plains and the figure stands at 4.5cm. Other characters also included in this same ground-base set are Tien with Chiaotzu, Super Saiyan Vegito, Vegito, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Mr. Satan with Bee the puppy, Majin Buu, Grandpa Gohan, Krillin with Turtle, and Kid Goku blasting.

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Imagination Series 6 King Piccolo versus Goku diorama

  • Imagination Series 6
  • Release date: 2005

Released in December 2005, Bandai's Imagination series portrays King Piccolo as he is being defeated by Kid Goku, who is seen victoriously slamming clean through him in midair, leaving him flailing with a gaping hole and a surprised and pained expression on his face. This is the moment of Goku's triumph as he deals the final blow to King Piccolo. It is a nice piece of the final scene of the battle and is depicted here in this diorama set, bringing it to life in vivid motion. Other pieces included in this same Imagination Part 6 set are Android 18 awaking from her chamber, Android 17 also awaking from his chamber, Majin Vegeta and Super Saiyan Goku in their deadly scuffle, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks and Super Saiyan Kid Goten combining their energy for a fierce blast attack, Future Trunks sitting atop a pile of rocks with the Time Machine behind him, and Super Vegeta unleashing a deadly blast with aura furiously traveling and encircling his body.

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Chara Puchi miniature King Piccolo figurine

  • Chara Puchi "Adventure" series
  • Release date: 2006

The Chara Puchi releases were a nice addition to the previous installations offered by Bandai. In June 2006, there’s also a mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of characters from the series run, including King Piccolo. In this set, entitled "Adventure," all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as the Nimbus cloud). King Piccolo came sitting on a Dragon Ball with both his hands resting on his knees as he maintains a calm demeanor. King Piccolo comes sitting atop the six-star ball. Others included in this set and also sitting on Dragon Balls are Bulma, Oolong, Master Roshi, Giran, Mercenary Tao, Emperor Pilaf in his mech, Suno, Goku with winter clothing, and Goku on top of a Nimbus cloud. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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Chara Puchi King Piccolo mini figurine globe version

  • Chara Puchi Special Series
  • Release date: Unknown

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were a popular bunch in terms of assortment. A series of chara puchi pieces were also made available on top of globes as opposed to the Dragon Balls and space pods. These were very limited in production and featured a few pieces from each series set. Those incorporated in this set and featured sitting atop the globes and on top of a transparent miniature base were Kami, King Piccolo, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Goku, Goku (Cell Saga), Battle-Damaged Super Saiyan Goku, Goku (end of DBZ), Super Saiyan Goku (Yardrat outfit), and Super Saiyan Goku in a blasting position. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy. Each of these pieces was exclusive to the release of each separate series set.

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HG Collection Part 13 King Piccolo figurine

  • HG Collection Part 13
  • Release date: 2007

Released in April, 2007, this addition to Bandai's HG Collection series included King Piccolo in a basic firm prepared battle stance. There is a nice hint of light green tint to his skin sculpt, giving the figurine a bright and glossy look. King Piccolo is seen with a distinct vicious smile and his hands tightly gripped and raised in front of him. Others included in this same Part 13 set are Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, Frieza in his third form, Master Roshi, Meta-Cooler, and Kid Goku with Kid Krillin.

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Dragon Ball Chara Strap Part 6 King Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Chara Strap Part 6
  • Release date: 2008

Released in August 2008 is this Dragon Ball Chara Puchi Part 6 set which includes Yamcha, King Piccolo, Krillin, Shenron, Master Roshi, Oolong with Puar, and Kid Goku on his Nimbus. King Piccolo is seen standing with his hands behind his back and his cape flowing to the side as he holds a sinister smile. Each of these chara puchi strap pieces comes with a mini Dragon Ball attached to the chain. The King Piccolo figurine has the five-star ball attached to his strap.

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Dragon Ball Evolution series Piccolo figure with fast-punching action

  • Dragon Ball Evolution series
  • Release date: 2009

The Dragon Ball Evolution 6 inch figure series was released by Bandai in conjunction with the movie release. These 6 inch figures have a special feature to go along with their models. A pull on the ripcord would activate each figures' special move, like Goku and Piccolo's rapid fast-punching action or Yamcha's fast leg-kicking action. A Dragon Ball attachment can be seen behind each character and connected to the end of the ripcord. The Evolution set was released in March, 2009 and has a few figures in its first lineup, including Yamcha, Goku, and Piccolo. A second set was released at a slightly smaller scale featuring 2 variants of Goku, Yamcha, Piccolo, Master Roshi, Bulma, and Fu-Lum. The packaging reads the figure title as "Piccolo with Fast-Punching Action" and the front bubble reads "Try Me! Fast-Punching Action! See Back Panel." Bandai's assortment numeric for this set is 29745 and this piece is number 29748.

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Dragon Ball Evolution series Piccolo figure

  • Dragon Ball Evolution series
  • Release date: 2009

The Dragon Ball Evolution figure series was released by Bandai in conjunction with the movie release. The Evolution set was released in March, 2009 and has a few figures in its repertoire, including Fu-Lum, 2 variants of Goku, Yamcha, Piccolo, Master Roshi, and Bulma. The inclusion of Fu-Lum in the set was a unique one as this design is limited to the Evolution movie. Additionally, when all the characters in the set are collected, they each come with a body part piece which forms the Oozaru "the big monkey" as a transparent blue figure in 6 inch scale. Piccolo also comes with his robe, which can be worn and removed, and a Dragon Ball accessory. Piccolo is figure number 4 of the set. The packaging reads the figure title as "Piccolo" and the front bubble reads "Collect all 7 figures to create Oozaru!" Bandai's assortment numeric for this set is 29730 and this piece is number 29734.

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Gimmick Keychain King Piccolo in Denshi Jar

  • Dragon Ball Gimmick Key Chain
  • Release date: 2009

Released in July 2009, this awesome trading series of Dragon Ball Kai "Gimmick" keychains is a unique set with a character that pops out at the press of a button in the front of each object. Pieces included in this Gimmick Keychain set are Goku in the Nimbus Cloud, 2 versions of Shenron in the four-star Dragon Ball (one basic green Shenron with red eyes and a unique gold-color variant with green eyes), baby Goku in a space pod, Vegeta in a space pod, King Piccolo in the Denshi Jar, and Korin in a pot of Sacred Water for seven pieces in this set. Each figurine and object comes with a ball-linked chain.

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Tamashii Buddies King Piccolo figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Tamashii Buddies
  • Release date: 2015

This third set of Tamashii Buddies, scheduled for late 2015, features a set of stylized 9cm (3.5-inch) scaled mini-figures from Bandai. Each of the Dragon Ball Z Tamashii Buddies includes a display stand with a unique, full-color back-drop which the pieces can be positioned in front of. The stands can be displayed as a linear base or be stacked on top. The first set of four Dragon Ball Z Tamashii Buddies includes Super Saiyan Goku (featuring aerial background with some of Shenron's flying body), Super Saiyan Vegeta (featuring a Capsule Corporation Gravity Machine for training as his background), Piccolo (featuring planet Namek background), and Super Saiyan Future Trunks (featuring mountainous terrain background). This second installment includes Frieza in his first form (featuring planet Namek background), Broly (featuring tall building background), Perfect Cell (featuring Cell Games background), Future Trunks (featuring Time Capsule background), Kid Goku (featuring World Tournament background), Vegito (featuring island background), Goku (featuring mountainous terrain background), Super Saiyan 4 Goku (featuring mountainous terrain background), and Super Saiyan Gohan (featuring Cell Games background). This third installment offers Vegeta as he appears in the Saiyan Saga, Nappa, King Piccolo, and Bulma. The King Piccolo piece comes with his throne chair as his background image.

Banpresto

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Historical Figure series Volume 4 including King Piccolo

  • Historical Figure series Volume 4
  • Release date: 2007

Released in 2007, Banpresto's Historical Figure series was a great tribute to some of the characters in Dragon Ball as a bust format. In each volume of this 4-part set, a certain saga was emphasized through the featured characters. King Piccolo is included in the volume 4 set amongst a few others, including Shu, Mai, Emperor Pilaf, Kid Goku, Yajirobe, and Shenron. Each set connects to the other volumes to create an astonishing combination of characters as a complete diorama piece.

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Toy Festival Limited Edition White Insignia Anime Color Version King Piccolo figure

  • Toy Festival Limited Edition 300 Piece Color Version Collectible
  • Release date: 2007

A very nice large-scale King Piccolo collectible was released by Banpresto for the 2007 Toy Festival. This figure has a unique coloring scheme as well as being extremely limited, having a run of 300 pieces worldwide. It is also extremely pricey due to its rare production. The box is a simple white square with the Dragon Ball logo and the content details, listing the character as “Piccolo Daimao” with his insignia on the box front. The figure stands at approximately 30cm and is 28cm wide. Furthermore, the figure is seen sitting atop his throne chair, which allows for a very unique atmosphere piece. Due to being a limited edition and exclusive to this event as a release, this piece is one of the most expensive Dragon Ball figures to be produced. This variant of King Piccolo holds a white coloring for his eyes and the insignia on his clothing. He also has a white coloring for the insignia background.

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Toy Festival Limited Edition Orange Insignia Anime Color Version King Piccolo figure

  • Toy Festival Limited Edition 300 Piece Color Version Collectible
  • Release date: 2007

A very nice large-scale King Piccolo collectible was released by Banpresto for the 2007 Toy Festival. This figure has a unique coloring scheme as well as being extremely limited, having a run of 300 pieces worldwide. It is also extremely pricey due to its rare production. The box is a simple white square with the Dragon Ball logo and the content details, listing the character as “Piccolo Daimao” with his insignia on the box front. The figure stands at approximately 30cm and is 28cm wide. Furthermore, the figure is seen sitting atop his throne chair, which allows for a very unique atmosphere piece. Due to being a limited edition and exclusive to this event as a release, this piece is one of the most expensive Dragon Ball figures to be produced. This variant of King Piccolo holds a yellow coloring for his eyes and a white lettering for the insignia on his clothing. He also has an orange coloring for the insignia background.

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Toy Festival Limited Edition Red Insignia Anime Color Version King Piccolo figure

  • Toy Festival Limited Edition 300 Piece Color Version Collectible
  • Release date: 2007

A very nice large-scale King Piccolo collectible was released by Banpresto for the 2007 Toy Festival. This figure has a unique coloring scheme as well as being extremely limited, having a run of 300 pieces worldwide. It is also extremely pricey due to its rare production. The box is a simple white square with the Dragon Ball logo and the content details, listing the character as “Piccolo Daimao” with his insignia on the box front. The figure stands at approximately 30cm and is 28cm wide. Furthermore, the figure is seen sitting atop his throne chair, which allows for a very unique atmosphere piece. Due to being a limited edition and exclusive to this event as a release, this piece is one of the most expensive Dragon Ball figures to be produced. This variant of King Piccolo holds a white coloring for his eyes and a white lettering for the insignia on his clothing. He also has a red coloring for the insignia background.

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Toy Festival Limited Edition Manga Version Black and White Variant King Piccolo figure

  • Toy Festival Limited Edition 300 Piece Black and White Variant Collectible
  • Release date: 2007

A very nice large-scale King Piccolo collectible was released by Banpresto for the 2007 Toy Festival. This figure has a unique black and white tint as well as being extremely limited, having a run of 300 pieces worldwide. It is also extremely pricey due to its rare production. The box is a simple white square with the Dragon Ball logo and the content details, listing the character as “Piccolo Daimao” with his insignia on the box front. The figure stands at approximately 30cm and is 28cm wide. Furthermore, the figure is seen sitting atop his throne chair, which allows for a very unique atmosphere piece. Due to being a limited edition and exclusive to this event as a release, this piece is one of the most expensive Dragon Ball figures to be produced. This variant of King Piccolo holds a completely black and white coloring for his entire mold as well as having gray shading for the indents and shadows. The figure is modeled to look similar to his manga appearance.

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High Quality series Keyholder Part 1 King Piccolo figurine

  • High Grade Coloring Volume 1 Keyholder series
  • Release date: 2008

This spectacular King Piccolo keychain was released by Banpresto as a part of its volume 1 set in 2008. As a High Grade Coloring figurine, the King Piccolo is seen sitting on his throne chair with one hand raised and the other resting on the side. As the figurine is designed to showcase a memorable depiction of King Piccolo, the throne chair adds greater depth to the piece. Other Keyholders included in this same set are Ox-King, Master Roshi pumping up, Emperor Pilaf, and Kid Goku erupting with a rage as a Great Ape is depicted behind his powerful strike.

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DBZ Creatures Volume 2 King Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Z Creatures Volume 2
  • Release date: 2009

Sculpted in grotesquely realistic detail, King Piccolo captures the scene where the Great Demon King regurgitates an egg. This 9cm item comes representing the deadly Namek warrior in perfect fashion. This same 2009 model would later be re-released with a slightly different color scheme for the outfit. Released in January 2009, and approximately 5 inches tall (120mm), Porunga also debuted in the “Creatures” series 2 lineup in a brutal fashion. The boxart reads the piece's title as “Piccolo” as an alternate naming scheme.

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Creatures series King Piccolo head keychain

  • Creatures Keyholder Series
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto has also released a few characters exclusively as a “Dragon Ball Kai Creatures Head Keyholder” in August, 2009. They are basically large-scale heads of some characters which are featured as keychains. The King Piccolo in this set is rather ghastly, with white eyes, and elongated mouth, and drool culminating from his mouth and on top of his vomited egg, which is seen being puked out. The head-sculpt is quite meticulous and very realistic in its initial design but also maintains the primary qualities of the character as well as being a great keyholder. The collectible's height is at 5cm and elongated slightly due to King Piccolo's antennae sticking outward in a spiraling direction. Other pieces included in this set are the heads of a fierce Buyon with his slobbering tongue, a vicious Great Ape with ferocious teeth, and the ever-intricately designed dragon, Shenron.

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DBKai Creatures Volume 5 King Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Kai Creatures Volume 5
  • Release date: 2009

Dragon Ball Kai Volume 5 has had two waves of releases. The first was in September, 2009 and wish-granting dragon Shenron is immortalized as a part of this set. This mystical dragon comes in parts that can be easily snapped together to complete the impressively realistic model and capture this stunning sculpture. Also included is King Piccolo as he had previously appeared, but is seen with minor touch-ups to his paint job as a Kai re-release.

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High Grade Keychain Soft King Piccolo figurine

  • Dragon Ball High Grade Coloring Keychain Part 3 Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed King Piccolo keychain figure as a part of the 3rd assortment for the Dragon Ball lineup. The King Piccolo figurine comes with his vomiting action as he is seen in his final moments, puking out the egg as the burst through his chest has taken its toll on his life. King Piccolo's eyes are portrayed pulsating and his hands and legs flailing and outstretched as he stands at approximately 6 cm tall. Also included in this keychain set was Kid Goku, Buyon, Master Roshi falling through the Flying Nimbus, and Kid Goku held tight by Giran’s Merry-Go-Round Gum. The figurines in this set have a soft feature, allowing them to be squeezed while kept in hand.

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Dragon Ball Attack Keyring King Piccolo with King's Castle

  • Attack Double Keyring Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Banpresto Attack Keyring set has included a chibi-style mini-big-headed King Piccolo as a part of this double keyring. King Piccolo is seen attacking in his ferocious posture, with one hand pulled back and the other in front. This piece comes attached to King's Castle in this set. Other double-keyring pieces included in this same set are Piccolo charging with Mystic Gohan, Kid Goku with Muscle Tower, Korin with Korin Tower, Super Saiyan Vegito with Piccolo dashing, Krillin dashing with Goku with angelic wings and halo, Kid Goku with World Martial Arts Tournament stage, Vegeta dashing with Future Trunks dashing, Master Roshi with Kame House, and Mr. Satan with Super Saiyan Gotenks. These double-chain pieces are attached to a keyring, allowing for easy hanging.

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Dragon Ball Z double keychain King Piccolo with Goku

  • Double Keychain set
  • Release date: Unknown

This double keychain series released by Banpresto includes 5 sets, each with two characters attached to a keyring. King Piccolo appears alongside Kid Goku, both in a prepared fighting stance. 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 with Piccolo, Perfect Cell with Super Saiyan Future Trunks, and Kid Buu with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks.

MegaHouse

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Capsule Neo Part 7 King Piccolo versus Master Roshi diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate King Piccolo was a Neo special edition set released in 2005. The series, entitled "Memories," portrayed King Piccolo along with Master Roshi in their fierce scuffle, with Roshi temporarily getting the upper hand. King Piccolo appears to be effected by the energy of the Mafuba technique as he is swirled toward the Denshi Jar. Master Roshi holds a powerful position with his hands thrust in front as he uses the remainder of his life force in an attempt to seal the sinister Namekian into the jar. There's a swirling effect created by the powerful rift of the energy as a part of the gashapon display. There is great detail on King Piccolo's surprised facial reaction, including the great deal of bright coloring on his face to better create the glowing shine of the Mafuba technique. In terms of a struggle, this was one of the most intricate designs in the 2005 Dragon Ball Capsule Neo set.

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Capsule Neo Part 7 King Piccolo versus Master Roshi diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in March 2005 as a part of the Memories series, this is the same figurine set that portrays Roshi attempting to take down the sinister King Piccolo. As a special gold variant, the production of this set was limited but serves as a nice alternate collectible for those interested in different color schemes.

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Capsule Neo Part 7 King Piccolo versus Goku diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate King Piccolo was a Neo special edition set released in 2005. The series, entitled "Memories," portrayed King Piccolo along with Goku in their fierce scuffle, with King Piccolo getting the upper hand. King Piccolo appears to be slamming his fist directly into Goku's face, propelling him in the other direction and creating a powerful speed effect as a part of the gashapon display. There is great detail in Goku's facial reaction, including his surprised expression and the overall impression placed on King Piccolo's sinister laugh. In terms of combat, this was another of the most intricate designs in the 2005 Dragon Ball Capsule Neo set.

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Capsule Neo Part 7 King Piccolo versus Goku diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in March 2005 as a part of the Memories series, this is the same figurine set that portrays Goku in his moment of painful impact as King Piccolo slams into him. As a special gold variant, the production of this set was limited but serves as a nice alternate collectible for those interested in different color schemes.

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Capsule Neo Part 7 King Piccolo versus Goku special color piece

  • Capsule Neo Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate King Piccolo was a Neo special edition set released in 2005. The series, entitled "Memories," portrayed King Piccolo along with Goku in the final decisive moments of their scuffle, with Goku getting the upper hand. Goku appears to be slamming clean through King Piccolo, who is left astonished and severely wounded while in midair, his chest torn open and his hands flailing as Goku has successfully dealt him the savage finishing blow. There is great detail in Goku's facial expression, including his final ounce of strength allowing him to barely make use of his strike and the very tear that escapes his eye an additional expression of his painful glory. This piece was the special color version, as it is only available in one format in the set, most of the pieces having a color and golden hue. The background also adds further detail, depicting the great mountainous horizon and the mountaintops.

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Capsule Neo Part 12 King Piccolo versus Master Roshi diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 12
  • Release date: 2007

The second MegaHouse series to incorporate King Piccolo was a Neo special edition set released in January 2007. The series, entitled "Makafushigi," portrayed King Piccolo along with Roshi in their fierce scuffle, with Roshi temporarily getting the upper hand. This figurine was a re-release of the previous Part 7 diorama in a new set. There are some very slight differences in terms of the angle and paint job but the diorama remains very much the same. Roshi is still seen attempting to use the Mafuba technique and seal King Piccolo in the Denshi Jar.

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Capsule Neo Part 12 King Piccolo versus Master Roshi diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Part 12
  • Release date: 2007

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in January 2007 as a part of the Makafushigi series, this is the same figurine set that portrays King Piccolo in his struggle against Roshi. As a special gold variant, the production of this set was limited but serves as a nice alternate collectible for those interested in different color schemes. This is the same gold base as the previously released diorama but has some slight shading difference.

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Capsule Neo Part 12 King Piccolo and Shenron special color piece

  • Capsule Neo Part 12
  • Release date: 2007

The next MegaHouse series to incorporate King Piccolo was a Neo special edition set released in 2005. The series, entitled "Memories," portrayed King Piccolo along with Shenron in his decisive moments of asking for eternal youth. This piece was the special color version, as it is only available in one format in the set, most of the pieces having a color and golden hue. The background also adds further detail, depicting the great mountainous backdrop as Shenron hovers above with a light glow emanating from the Dragon Ball underneath. King Piccolo is seen with his hands raised up as he demands for eternal youth and Shenron is bound to grant his wish. As a special color variant piece, this is a very nice diorama portraying King Piccolo's moment of triumph.

Hachette

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Legend of Manga series collectible number 37 King Piccolo

  • 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 37 of this wide range of volumes is none other than King Piccolo. Released in November, 2009, this piece was no exception to the great deal of detail Hachette has placed on the Dragon Ball manga characters. King Piccolo's pose is that of complete confidence as he grips his hands tightly into fists and raises them mid-way while his feet are spread out and he is holding a vicious laugh. The figurine is attached to a black base. The details are also extremely accurate in their depiction, right down to the expression on his face, making him an exceptionally detailed collectible overall.

Unifive

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Mini Figure Volume 2 King Piccolo

  • Mini Figure Volume 2
  • Release date: Unknown

Unifive's Mini Figure series modeled as Kubrick-style figurines is composed of numerous Dragon Ball characters, including King Piccolo. King Piccolo comes with a transparent rod for hovering, an extra inter-changeable arm and a Denshi Jar. The figurines are modeled in a cute manner and are very similar to Lego and Kubrick pieces and other figurines of that caliber in terms of modeling. Others included in this same Volume 2 set are Yajirobe, Mercenary Tao, Goku with Korin, Kami with Mister Popo, Tien with Chiaotzu, Krillin, Grandpa Gohan, Piccolo with Goku, and Grandpa Gohan.

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Museum Collection King Piccolo with Cymbal

  • Museum Collection series
  • Release date: 2003

Unifive was an independent toy company until it was bought by toy giant Bandai in 2001. It was run as a subsidiary of Bandai-owned Banpresto until 2006. The “Museum Collection” series would be a great highlight of Unifive's involvement with the Dragon Ball franchise. Released in December, 2003, King Piccolo was a remarkable addition to the Museum Collection series. These diorama sets came with extreme meticulous detail and with additional environmental features, which in this case was King Piccolo's chair. Aside from the detail placed on the chair itself and King Piccolo's overall sitting position, he also came with a miniature Cymbal as a newborn hatch-ling. Cymbal is also highly detailed for a miniature piece, especially placing impression on his egg cracking around him and his scaly skin and horns protruding through the cracks.

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Action Posing Figure series 5 King Piccolo

  • Action Posing Figure Series 5
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive, a subsidiary company under Banpresto, has released the Action “Posing Figure” series, incorporating numerous characters in pose-able stances. In its series 5 lineup released in August 2004, there's a nice addition of Dragon Ball characters featured. Other than King Piccolo, there's also Cyborg Mercenary Tao (packaged with Chiaotzu), Tien, Goku, Kid Goku with his Power Pole, and Master Roshi (with inter-changeable Jackie Chun head). The Packages are sealed and the items are inserted at random. These figurines all come with pose-able joints and some of their most notable stances from their fights. They are also designed to be standing on top of round orange bases. King Piccolo is specifically a great piece as he comes with a unique blocking and blasting posture, his hand in an open-palm position as he bends backward prepared to strike.

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Action Posing Figure series 5 King Piccolo grayscale variant

  • Action Posing Figure Series 5
  • 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 5 lineup released in August 2004, there’s a nice addition of Dragon Ball characters featured. Other than King Piccolo, there's also Cyborg Mercenary Tao (who comes packaged with a miniature Chiaotzu), Tien, Goku, Kid Goku with his Power Pole, and Master Roshi (with inter-changeable Jackie Chun head). 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. King Piccolo still maintains his blocking and blasting position in the grayscale variant and he can easily be posed in different manners.

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Posing Figure Box Collection including King Piccolo

  • 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.

Plex

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Keshi 7-pack set including King Piccolo

  • Miniature DBZ 7-pack set
  • Release date: Unknown

A 7-piece Keshi miniature set encompassing characters from Dragon Ball Z's Saiyan Saga was produced by Plex and holds the Banpresto logo. Plex's 7-piece set included a randomized selection of the characters from Bandai's Keshi Series Part 2 set, which was originally released in 1989. These Keshi pieces in the packaging are randomized but include everyone from the Series 2 sets depending on which 7 are inserted in each packaging. King Piccolo can be found in these 7-pack sets in numerous Keshi colors. King Piccolo is randomly inserted in these packs, and may or may not be in some packages. Also, these mini pieces come in randomized colors, ranging from a variety of red, green, blue, and yellow bases. The miniatures are scaled at the same height and basically re-releases of Bandai's previous Part 2 set in brand new packaging by Plex. These packs are highly collectible for a vintage set. Also included in the pack is a randomized pog and holofoil sticker.

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Dragon Ball Anime Heroes series King Piccolo figurine

  • Dragon Ball Anime Heroes series Part 1
  • Release date: 2007

Plex has released an assortment of basic figures in the “Mini Big Head” style. Released in March 2007, this assortment, entitled “Anime Heroes” Part 1 has a wide variety of characters, including King Piccolo. This King Piccolo mini figure comes with a basic stance, with one hand raised up with a dramatic gesture as the other is tightly gripped beside him as he wears a sinister smile. 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).

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with King Piccolo outfit figurine with base

  • 40th Weekly Jump Collaboration Series
  • Release date: 2008

This version of the King Piccolo outfit cross-fusion with Chopper portrays Chopper Man with a black base and the name detailed in characters on the base front. As with the other pieces from this collection, the figurine includes the hat and usual appearance of Chopper, but adds King Piccolo's outfit. A variety of characters have been incorporated in this set. He is seen wearing King Piccolo's red cape and has the demon insignia on his clothing. All outfits Chopper is seen wearing and included in this same 12-piece set are Kami, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Goku, Goku, Piccolo, King Piccolo, Great Saiyaman, Great Saiyawoman, Vegeta with basic armor, Vegeta with first appearance armor, West Kai, and King Kai.

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Ultimate Technique Series Ver. 1 King Piccolo with chair and egg

  • Ultimate Technique series Ver. 1
  • Release date: 2009

Plex has also released an assortment of "Ultimate Technique" figurines, the title given due to the attack stances that the figures come in. Released in March, 2009, this is a chibi series displaying numerous techniques the characters have portrayed in the series. King Piccolo was released in this set with his ghastly Pokopen technique as he is seen puking an egg as he sits on his throne chair. The energy emanating from his mouth is colored in a light blue hue with a slight transparency.

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Ultimate Technique Series Ver. 1 King Piccolo with blast

  • Ultimate Technique series Ver. 1
  • Release date: 2009

Plex has also released an assortment of "Ultimate Technique" figurines, the title given due to the attack stances that the figures come in. Released in March, 2009, this is a chibi series displaying numerous techniques the characters have portrayed in the series. King Piccolo was released in this set with his powerful Explosive Demon Wave emanating from the full frontal posture of his opened hands. The attack and the energy is colored in a light yellow tint with a slight transparency. King Piccolo's expression here is that of complete rage ferocity.

Kaiyodo

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King Piccolo Kaiyodo Model Kit

  • Kaiyodo Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 1988

A resin-based model kit set was released in 1988 by Kaiyodo including King Piccolo and Kid Goku in one pack. Similar sets have included Goku, Tien, and Chiaotzu in one pack, Yamcha with Krillin in another pack, and Launch in one pack. The packaging has many Dragon Ball characters on it and has a unique blue coloring as well as a specific sculptor for each Kaiyodo piece. This kit portrays King Piccolo with his hands tightly gripped to his sides and a vicious smile on his face. Goku is portrayed in a fast attacking posture, one hand in front as he prepares to strike. The boxed packaging reads "1:12 Scale Resin Cast Model Kit." Additionally, it portrays the Banpresto logo and seal as well as the Kaiyodo logo.

Enterbay

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Dragon Ball Evolution Real Masterpiece King Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Evolution series
  • Release date: 2009

The Dragon Ball Evolution large-scale set has included a limited supply of excellent sculpts made by Enterbay as a part of the "Real Masterpiece" series and released in 2009. Included in this 12 inch set are Piccolo and Goku, both in their Evolution depictions. Piccolo is packaged with a slew of accessories, from his realistic robe to numerous inter-changeable hands as well as Dragon Ball accessories and a large base for hovering of the piece. The enormous figure features 15 points of articulation and is extremely detailed and features numerous outfits for the character. The promotional photos of the piece feature Piccolo wearing his robe and without it. The figure is modeled perfectly to depict the James Marsters appearance of the character.

Medicom

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70% Bearbrick King Piccolo piece

  • Dragon Ball 70% Bearbrick Series
  • Release date: 2009

A set of two different Bearbrick pieces was released by Medicom in 2009 for the movie Dragon Ball Evolution. The 70% Be@rbrick pieces included in this set are Goku and King Piccolo. Each comes with a transparent base and the backside of each miniature has the copyright 2008 FOX print. These are very unique Dragon Ball Evolution tribute pieces released by Medicom.

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50% Bearbrick King Piccolo piece

  • Dragon Ball 50% Bearbrick Series
  • Release date: 2009

This exclusive Japanese variant of the 50% Bearbrick pieces was released in March, 2009 for the Dragon Ball Evolution movie. The Piccolo Bearbrick piece is modeled as a phone strap. This piece was only made available to people in Japan who purchased tickets for the movie's roadside screening. The piece was made in limited supply and is a chase figurine under the Medicom license.

Burger King

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Dragon Ball Evolution Promotional Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Evolution Promotional
  • Release date: 2009

A unique set of toys was released in June, 2009 in conjunction with the Dragon Ball Evolution movie as a promotional set. Included in this set were Piccolo, Chi-Chi (entitled "Milk"), Mai, Bulma, Goku, and another Goku variant entitled "Goku II" for a total of 6 pieces in this set. Piccolo is seen atop a blue rift as he glides on the ground with a propeller device attached to the base.

Popobe

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Popobe King Piccolo

  • Dragon Ball Popobe Bear Series
  • Release date: 2010

The Popobe Bears are a series of PVC characters available in bear shapes. These pieces range from numerous franchises across the globe. They are available in 5cm (2 inches) as well as 3.5cm (1.3 inches). They are originally from UK (Britain/England) but have found variations from Japan, China, France, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, Russia, USA, and Canada. These pieces were originally featured by "Creations," a merchant from the traditional Camden Market in London, which specializes in Popobe Bears. They later spread to the China (Mainland). The basic Popobe stand at 5.08cm. There are also smaller versions designed to be straps which stand at 1.3 inches. These pieces hold a Popobe tag with the logo. Each piece features a movable neck and limbs which allow full rotation. The Dragon Ball pieces that were made available in the Popobe bear format were released from 2010 to 2013. The King Piccolo piece features a purple gi and the "demon" kanji on front. Others available in this format are Goku and Krillin. Additionally, straps of Goku and Krillin are also available in the miniature scale.

Model Kits

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King Piccolo versus Goku resin-based model kit statue

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

This resin-based model kit statue set features the fight scene between King Piccolo and Kid Goku. Goku is seen slamming into King Piccolo's gut, forcing the Namekian demon king's eyes to bulge from surprise and his reaction is that of aching pain. The background and base features a tournament arena (but this is optional as the piece can be modeled with numerous settings). King Piccolo being struck by Goku is a very unique model kit set as it is carved to a great deal of realism, from King Piccolo's flailing hands to his surprised expression.

Chinese Manufacturer

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HG Re-release King Piccolo figurine with diorama base

  • HG Re-Release set with base
  • Release date: 2013

This Chinese manufactured set is a re-release of previous HG Collection character in one 10-piece set. Included in this set are Zarbon, Cui, Frieza, Raditz, Dr. Gero, King Piccolo, Perfect Cell, Bulma with Baby Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku with Yardrat outfit, and Pan. Each piece comes attached to a black round base and has a rod which connects the figurine and allows the piece to levitate above the ground. The base has the "Dragon Ball Z" writing encircling its top portion. The King Piccolo piece is the same mold from HG Collection DBZ Series Part 13.

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