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Majin Buu Saga Majin Buu figure close up

There are currently a total of 195 Majin Buu (魔人ブウ, Majin Bū; lit. "Demon Man Boo"), also known as Mr. Buu (ミスター・ブウ, Misutā Bū; lit. "Mister Boo") 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. 16 including Majin Buu figurine

  • "Super Guerriers" Coffret No. 16
  • Release date: 1996

The first Majin 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 16 (Series 16). Majin Buu stood firm as his one hand is outstretched and pointing while his other hand is seen resting on his waist and his cape flows with the wind. This figurine was re-released as a part of the Irwin Toy Super Warriors line quite a few years later. Others included in this set were Frieza in his final form, Uub, Vegito, Raditz, and Dr. Gero.

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Super Guerriers Coffret No. 18 including Majin Buu figurine

  • "Super Guerriers" Coffret No. 18
  • Release date: 1996

The next Majin 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 18 (Series 18). Majin Buu stood with a laughing expression on his face and both hands resting on his waist. Others included in this set were Super Buu jumping, Super Buu yelling, Super Buu crouching, Super Saiyan Vegito, and Super Saiyan Goku.

3miniSuperGuerrier-fronback

3 Mini Super Guerriers Collector 30 pieces set including Majin Buu

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

This 3-pack of assorted pieces collects 30 miniature randomized characters inserted in these tin-style packets featuring an image of Videl as Great Saiyawoman. 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 Machine Gunner, Master Roshi, Master Roshi with casual clothes, Yamcha, Videl, Grand Kai, Evil Buu, Goku, Goku crouching, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Bardock, Hirudegarn, Super Saiyan Goten, Hoi, Mr. Satan, Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Buu, Tapion, Super Saiyan Vegito, Super Saiyan Vegito in blasting position, Great Saiyaman, Super Saiyan 3 Goku crouching, Majin Buu in battle stance, and Kami for a total of 30 different pieces in this set.

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3 Mini Super Guerriers Collector 30 pieces set including Majin Buu pointing

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

This 3-pack of assorted pieces collects 30 miniature randomized characters inserted in these tin-style packets featuring an image of Videl as Great Saiyawoman. 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 Machine Gunner, Master Roshi, Master Roshi with casual clothes, Yamcha, Videl, Grand Kai, Evil Buu, Goku, Goku crouching, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Bardock, Hirudegarn, Super Saiyan Goten, Hoi, Mr. Satan, Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Buu, Tapion, Super Saiyan Vegito, Super Saiyan Vegito in blasting position, Great Saiyaman, Super Saiyan 3 Goku crouching, Majin Buu in battle stance, and Kami for a total of 30 different pieces in this set.

Bandai

MajBuuSerie4

Full Color Série 4 Majin Buu figurine

  • Full Color Série 4
  • Release date: 1994

This Majin Buu figurine was included as a part of the "Full Color" Petites Boolzz Série 4 collection offered by Bandai in 1994. It was a unique piece featuring Majin Buu as he is portrayed with both hands raised upward and an excited expression. Also, he is seen with his mouth open, revealing the purple coloring scheme used for the inside of his mouth. This was the only Majin Buu piece offered in the complete "Petites Boolzz Série" collection. This specific piece was exclusive to the Series 4 set. Other pieces included in the Series 4 set are Uub, Trunks, Goten, Pan, Vegeta, Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Keshi Part 25 Majin Buu figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 25
  • Release date: 1994

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Majin Buu appears once in this specific miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes in a basic stance, both arms kept to his sides as he maintains an infantile smiling expression on his face. Characters included in the Part 25 Keshi set are Yakon, Pui Pui, Super Saiyan Broly, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Kid Goten and Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, Krillin and Marron, Android 18, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan adult Gohan, and Super Saiyan Goku with Halo for a total of 11 pieces.

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Keshi Part 26 Majin Buu with Babidi

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 26
  • Release date: 1994

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Majin Buu appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with Babidi standing atop his shoulder as the infantile yet deadly Buu maintains his hands on his sides. This Buu and Babidi Keshi duo was included with the Keshi Part 26 set. Characters included with the Part 26 set are Supreme Kai, Majin Buu with Babidi, 2 variants of Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Gohan, Super Saiyan Gohan with Z Sword, Piccolo, Super Saiyan Goten with Super Saiyan Trunks fusing, and Gotenks for a total of 10 pieces.

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Part 29 Keshi 3-pack snap-off series including Mr. Satan with Majin Buu and Bee figurines

  • Keshi Part 29 snap figurines
  • Release date: 1995

These miniature gashapon figurines were released in capsule toys and incorporated 3-packs of characters from both DBZ and DBGT. Each capsule had 3 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 Majin Buu's case, numerous coloring schemes were used. The Majin Buu mold portrayed him as he appears near the end of DBZ, with one arm raised in front and outstretched in a blasting posture as he is seen with a frown and he comes attached to Mr. Satan and Bee in the same Keshi set. These figurines are a part of Series 29 of the Keshi collection.

SPMetaruPart3Boo

SP Metallic Keshi Part 3 Majin Buu

  • SP Metallic Keshi Part 3 Set
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Metaru (Metallic) Keshi Part 3 set has included a few of the characters from the Majin Buu Saga. One of Bandai's Metallic series, it has included characters such as Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Goku with a halo, Super Saiyan Gohan, Super Saiyan Goten, Super Saiyan Trunks, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta for a total of 6 pieces in this set.

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Kyarakan set Majin Buu

  • Kyarakan Series
  • Release date: Unknown

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

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Battle Brusher Set including Majin Buu figurine

  • Battle Brusher
  • Release date: 1995

Bandai has released a battery operated mini wrestling set game with 5 original sculpted mini figurines. The figurines stands at approximately 3-5 cm each. Characters that were included in this set are Super Buu, Piccolo, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Goten. After this initial set, a second package of Battle Brusher pieces was released and included 5 additional pieces that can be equipped on the game. Characters included in this set are Majin Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Saiyan Vegito. This packaging depicts the pieces included as well as portraying the title of "Battle Brusher" on the box side itself in large letters. This set was released in 1995 by Bandai and is the an additional set that is meant to correspond to the .1 set of the Battle Brusher line.

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Super Battle Collection Vol. 20 Majin 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. Majin Buu appears as volume 20 in this set. This time, Majin Buu appears in his plump appearance with an infantile smile on his face. The box mockup backflap portrays Majin Buu standing with the same expression. Also portrayed on the boxart front is an image of Majin Buu blasting with a laughing reaction, the blast directed toward the center view. 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, black, and red packaging being used as the boxart coloring for this version.

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Super Battle Collection Volume 20 Majin 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 Majin 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 20 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. 20 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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Rubber Magnet Series Majin Buu

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

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was released in 2003 by Bandai featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold. Included in this 2003 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gohan, Master Roshi, Krillin, Majin Buu, and Baby (from DBGT). Majin Buu is seen flying through midair as his arms are outstretched and he is wearing an infantile laughing expression, his cape flowing around behind him.

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Collection Vol. 3 Majin Buu

  • 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 Majin Buu. Majin Buu is seen standing with both hands to his sides. The rocky ground base for this piece is shaped like a sandy terrain. Other characters also included in this same ground-base set are King Piccolo blasting, Super Saiyan Vegito, Vegito, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Grandpa Gohan, Mr. Satan with Bee, Tien with Chiaotzu, Krillin with Turtle, and Kid Goku blasting.

FCRBoo

Full Color R Collection 1 Majin Buu figurine

  • Full Color R Series 1
  • Release date: 2004

The "Full Color Series" was another highlight of Bandai's releases that included Majin Buu in the roster. Released in March 2004, the Majin Buu in this set was modeled with a smiling expression as both his hands are kept to his sides. His round base is also unique as it has the Majin symbol on it. Other characters included in this miniature series were Piccolo, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Vegeta, Imperfect Cell, Videl, Goten, and Trunks.

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Magnetic Model Part 3 Majin Buu

  • Magnetic Model Part 3
  • Release date: 2005

Released in January, 2005, the Magnetic Model Part 3 assortment features six pieces in the set. Each figurine is capable of being attached to a surface due to the magnetic feature. These make for nice decorative collectibles as well as having a unique mold for each character. The pieces included in this set are Bardock with battle damage (number 5), Majin Buu (number 6), Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta with battle damage (number 3), Gotenks (number 4), Super Saiyan Goku with battle damage (number 1), and Goku from DBGT (number 2). Majin Buu is the sixth piece of the set and is seen with his hands and legs outstretched as he jumps up and has a laughing expression on his face.

MajBooP7

HG Collection Majin Buu figurine

  • HG Collection Part 7
  • Release date: 2005

The HG collection has a wide variety of characters released in numerous sets by Bandai. Majin Buu has made an appearance in HG Collection Part 7, which was released in 2005. The infantile Djinn appears with all legs and arms punching up as he jolts and jumps with a joyous expression, his tongue sticking out with a blue coloring hue. Much like all HG Collection series figurines, the collectible stands small in size but delivers a great deal of detail. He comes atop a transparent stand which allows the figurine to be depicted in midair. Also included in this volume release are Broly, Mr. Satan, Frieza in his first form, Gohan wielding the Z Sword, Kid Goten, Kid Trunks, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku.

MajBooSoulofcolor

Soul of Hyper Figuration Majin Buu color version figure

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 5
  • Release date: 2005

Released in August, 2005, this figure is modeled very similar to the other Soul of Hyper Figuration series releases. The Part 5 set includes Majin Buu, depicted with one arm raised up as he declares himself to be number one. His extreme infantile behavior is depicted here as he simultaneously maintains his persona of being a dangerous warrior. Also, the detail has a very unique touch as he is seen shaded with a darker tone, much as the rest of the body's shading around the angles. The coloring is very smooth and on the mark in terms of precision and style. This is an overall very well-done model. Other pieces included in this same Part 5 set are Cooler, Super Saiyan Vegito, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Mr. Satan, Gogeta, Super Saiyan Broly, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Gotenks, and Bardock.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Majin Buu black and white variant figure

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Part 5
  • Release date: 2005

Released in August, 2005, this figure is modeled very similar to the prior Soul of Hyper Figuration series. Also in the Part 5 set, Majin Buu is depicted with one arm raised upward as he declares himself to be number one. Here, the shading has even more impression due to being a monotone black and white variant. The shading scheme is very smooth and on the mark in terms of precision and style. This, like its colored version, is an overall very well-done model. All the pieces in the same Soul of Hyper Figuration set also come in this black and white variant as a paint job.

MajBooCharaStrap

Dragon Ball Z Chara Strap Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Chara Strap
  • Release date: 2006

Released in February, 2006, this Chara Strap set has included seven different pieces. Characters included in the set are Majin Buu, Shenron, Great Saiyaman, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Goku blasting, Super Saiyan Vegeta blasting, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku. Majin Buu is seen flying with an infantile expression, his tongue sticking out and his arms outstretched. Each piece comes with a unique Dragon Ball number attached to it. Majin Buu's is the six-star ball.

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Imagination Part 7 Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, Evil Buu, and Bee diorama

  • Imagination Series Part 7
  • Release date: 2006

Released in March 2006 was the Imagination Series Part 7 installment. This gashapon series features an assortment of characters from "Dragon Ball Z" as highly detailed and imaginative miniature figures as diorama replicas. The lineup includes a depiction of the scene where Majin Buu erupts and releases Evil Buu (also including a wonderfully and masterfully done collage of Mr. Satan and Bee the puppy). These characters are enshrouded by the scene, which portrays them in their emotional encounter, portraying Majin Buu's enormous suffering as he unleashes Evil Buu and Satan' angry reaction along with Bee the puppy, who remains still from being shot. Other pieces included in this diorama series are Vegeta with a rejuvenation chamber, Super Saiyan Goku battling Meta-Cooler, Porunga with Frieza attempting to wish for immortality, Goku flying while Kid Gohan follows on the Flying Nimbus, and Pirate Robot facing Kid Goku. These are gashapon figures and are individually packaged in plastic Dragon Balls and were randomly packed into boxes of 6.

BooPezP2

Mini Pez Part 2 Majin Buu

  • Mini Pez Part 2
  • Release date: 2006

Bandai has a joint release with Pez International, which was a series of Pez mini heads with the bases. These miniature holders are meant to be used as compartments to store Pez candy. The Part 2 set was released in June 2006 and included Mr. Satan (with a burgundy base), Gohan (with an orange base), Goku (with a blue base), Majin Buu (with a purple base), and Gotenks (with a teal base). This is the second of 3 mini Pez sets dedicated to Dragon Ball Z characters. This set comes with orange candy wrappers and orange flavored Pez candy.

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Imagination Part 10 Majin Buu, Super Buu, and Super Buu Gotenks absorbed diorama

  • Imagination Series 10
  • Release date: 2006

The next diorama-styled set to be released by Bandai was the Part 10 set in December, 2006. This set was made up of 6 diorama pieces and was entitled "Dragon Ball Z Imagination Figure 10." As a part of the tenth installment in the Imagination series, Majin Buu appears along with Super Buu and Super Buu's Gotenks' absorbed state. The evolution of the Buu persona and the very specific characteristics and mannerism are depicted in this single diorama piece. Majin Buu is seen pressing his cheeks and jumping around as his cape flails around behind him. Super Buu is seen with an extremely vicious expression as he holds up his hands and tightens his grip, his antennae sticking upward. Super Buu in his Gotenks' absorbed state is seen in an arms-crossed posture with a mean smile and his antennae sliding backward while a mist is seen enveloping underneath him. Other pieces in this set include Bulma with Kid Goku holding his Power Pole, Super Saiyan Goku, a set of Frieza with Bardock, a set of Super Saiyan 3 Goku with Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks and Gohan, and Piccolo with Vegeta.

MajinBooCharaPuchi

Chara Puchi Majin Buu figurine

  • Chara Puchi Boo series
  • Release date: 2007

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were a popular addition to previous installments. Announced in 2006, the next mini figure set was released in 2007 and incorporated plenty of characters from the Buu debacle including Majin Buu. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball. Majin Buu comes on top of a miniature transparent base with an expression of innocent and infantile joy as he throws one hand upward and maintains his other hand resting on his waist, his feet outstretched. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy. Pieces included in this set are Gotenks, Uub, Majin Buu, Shenron, Goku (end of DBZ), Gohan (Great Saiyaman outfit), Kid Trunks, Kid Goten, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta.

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Mini Capsule Station Majin Buu

  • Mini Capsule Station Part 1
  • Release date: 2007

Originally released in September, 2007, the Mini Capsule Station set includes 9 characters with their mini capsule stations. The first assortment of these comes in a blue and white capsule station format. These are assorted and generally available in either of those two colors. These stand at approximately 3.5 inches in height. Pieces included in this part 1 set are Frieza in his final form, Vegeta, Future Trunks, Piccolo, Majin Buu, Shenron, Korin, Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku.

Part3B

Dragon Ball Z Soundrop Part 3 including Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Soundrop Part 3
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai's Soundrop gashapon keyring series features voices of characters from "Dragon Ball Z." The third set was released in November 2007 and the lineup consists of eight keyrings that play voices when a button is pressed. The eight different pieces included in the third Soundrop set are A) Super Saiyan Goku [Red], B) Super Saiyan Vegeta [Sky Blue], C) Trunks' Capsule Corporation Logo [Light Blue], D) Goku [White], E) Goku [Black], F) Goku's Kanji [Orange], G) Majin Buu [Yellow], and H) Piccolo [Purple].

MajBuuSP

HG Collection SP04 series Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z HG Collection SP Volume 4
  • Release date: 2008

The HG collection has a wide variety of characters released in numerous sets by Bandai. Majin Buu has made an appearance in the Dragon Ball Z HG Collection SP Volume 4, which was released in 2008. He appears with hands and legs outstretched as he jumps up. This variant of his piece is the same mold as the previous HG Collection Part 7 figurine but has a slightly brighter paint job for this SP set. He comes with a transparent base for easy standing. This variant of Majin Buu portrays him with a red coloring for his tongue, although the previous Part 7 HG piece featured him with a blue tongue. Other pieces included in the same SP set are Kid Trunks with Kid Goten, Super Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Great Saiyaman, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Best Selection Majin Buu figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Best Selection
  • Release date: 2008

The original "Soul of Hyper Figuration" series 5 had included Majin Buu in the set. This version is a re-release of that piece. However, there are differences between the two variants. This version has a brighter yellow coloring tone used for his gloves and boots as opposed to the orange tint of the previous version. Other differences include his mouth coloring, which is blue in this version as opposed to red as the previous version. Additionally, this March 2008 Best Selection set only has a color base as opposed to having two versions, one color and one black and white. Majin Buu maintains the same exact posture as prior, his hand reaching up as he declares himself to be the best. The coloring scheme has a very nice shadow effect in terms of how the paint job is reflected. Others included in this set were Piccolo, Frieza, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Saiyan Goku, Perfect Cell, Android 18, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Vegeta, and Goku in a blasting posture.

HGPart17Boo

HG Collection Part 17 Majin Buu figurine

  • HG Collection Part 17
  • Release date: 2008

Released in May, 2008 is Bandai’s 17th addition to their HG Collection series. Part 17 has a nice variety of characters that have been added to the previous slew released by Bandai in their ever-popular HG Collection. Majin Buu is included in this set and is seen with his sinister smile as his eyes are slightly opened, making it a very unique piece for portraying him in this manner. Buu is seen hovering as his cape flows to the side and his hands are kept near his waist. Standing at 7 cm (60mm, 2.34 inches), this Majin Buu piece comes with a transparent base to aid in portraying his levitating stance. Pieces included in this set, other than Majin Buu, are Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Tapion, Semi-Perfect Cell, Videl, and two versions of Adult Gohan (one Super Saiyan version and one basic version).

MajinBooDeformation

Deformation series Majin Buu figurine

  • Super Deformation Majin Boo series
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super "Deformation" series in November 2008 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Majin Buu in this set The Majin Buu figure was specifically highly detailed, with both his hands punching upward as he jumps up and allows his legs to flail in the air. Much like many other Majin Buu figurines, the base reads "Majin-Boo." The black round base of the figure reads the character's name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it. Pieces included in this Deformation set are Dabura, Babidi, Videl, Vegeta, Kid Trunks, Kid Goten, Majin Buu, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Super Saiyan 2 Goku, and Super Saiyan 2 Majin Vegeta as the secret piece.

December2008Volume2BooSanji

Dragon Ball Z x OnePiece Majin Buu with Sanji diorama

  • Dragon Ball Z x OnePiece Volume 2
  • Release date: 2008

The Dragon Ball Z x OnePiece crossover series includes a few diorama pieces, each depicting characters from both anime legends interacting with each other. Majin Buu is included atop a green base alongside Sanji, who is seen standing up with a frying pan resting on his shoulder, apparently after serving Buu with numerous meals. Majin Buu is seen sitting down on the ground as he enjoys the food in front of him. Released in December 2008, pieces included in this volume 2 set are Super Saiyan Goku with Luffy, Majin Buu with Sanji, Super Saiyan Vegeta with Franky, Future Trunks with Brook, and Great Saiyaman with Sogeking (Usopp).

BooySatanBandai

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

  • Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has re-released the "Deformation" series Majin Buu figurine in a specially boxed 2-pack case with Mr. Satan. The figures are released under the series entitled "Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM," which roughly translated means "5 CM Collectible Figures." The box art reads "Boo y Mr. Satan" as the title, commonly referring to another of Majin Buu's alternate naming schemes, "Boo." Under the figure title is the Ref number, which in this case is signified as the following digits: 34524. Aside from the new box mockup and the additional Mr. Satan included, the Majin Buu figurine remains the same with a solid black base to stand on, which is visibly packaged directly behind the figure in the box bubble.

BooRef

Bandai's Deformation series Majin Buu re-release

  • Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has re-released the "Deformation" series Majin Buu figurine in a specially boxed case. The figure is released under the series entitled "Figuras Coleccionables 5 CM," which roughly translated means "5 CM Collectible Figures." The box art reads "Boo" as the title." Under the figure title is the Ref number, which in this case is signified as the following digits: 34513. Aside from the new box mockup, the Majin Buu figurine remains the same with a solid black base to stand on, which is visibly packaged directly behind the figure in the box bubble. This is the same figurine from aforementioned 2-pack as a single piece in its own packaging.

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Petite Capsule Station Majin Buu

  • Petite Capsule Station
  • Release date: 2009

Originally released in 2009, the Petite Capsule Station set includes 9 characters with their mini capsule stations. This second assortment of these comes in a red and white capsule station format as opposed to the blue and white format of the previous set. These are assorted and generally available in either of those two colors. These stand at approximately 3.5 inches in height. Pieces included in this part 2 Petite Capsule Station set are Frieza in his final form, Vegeta, Future Trunks, Piccolo, Majin Buu, Shenron, Korin, Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku.

Buustraps

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

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

Released in 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.

MajinBuuHenPiece

Majin Buu Hen Capsule Dome series Majin Buu figurine with dome

  • Capsule Dome Majin Buu Hen
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai's Capsule Dome series was released in April, 2009 and has included six pieces in the Dragon Ball Kai set. The Capsule Dome series features a nice touch to the miniature capsule collectibles, which are contained inside of mini Dragon Ball-shaped orbs that open up to reveal a background image and the character inside. Characters included in this set are Majin Buu, Super Buu, Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan Gotenks, and Goku. Each piece can be placed inside the capsule dome or can stand on top of the dome itself. Each background image inside of the dome pieces are unique to the character included. Majin Buu appears with a smile on his face and his hands kept to his sides, his background being a depiction of Mr. Satan and the home Buu built.

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Heroes Collection Majin Buu figurine close up

  • Heroes Collection 2
  • Release date: 2011

Released in November, 2011, Bandai's "Heroes Collection" Part 2 was a strong line of figurines, which offered a special card with each collectible. Standing at approximately 5 cm (2 inches), the Heroes Collection miniature figurines came with trading cards with highly detailed character art and power information. The Majin Buu figure was specifically highly detailed, with his body levitating as he maintains his grip and prepares to unleash his Flame Shower Breath. Much like many other Majin Buu figurines, the base reads "Majin-Boo." Involving the Buu Saga debacle, others included in this set were Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta, and Hero Avatar from Dragon Ball Heroes.

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DBKai UDM Part 2 Majin Buu strap

  • DBKai UDM Volume 2
  • Release date: 2011

A nice addition by Bandai is the Dragon Ball Kai Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap series part 2 which was released in December, 2011. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) and Majin Buu is included in this set, bouncing upside down and squeezing at his plump cheeks with his fingers in an infantile motion. He holds a playful and childish expression and is designed in a chibi format. All the figures included in this set come with their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Others included in this series are Super Saiyan Bardock, Vegito, Super Saiyan Vegito, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Gotenks, and Frieza.

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Majin Buu with mini Dabura strap

  • Dragon Ball Kai Mini Straps
  • Release date: Unknown

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

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J-World Limited Dragon Ball Z Mascot Majin Buu strap

  • J-World Limited Dragon Ball Z Mascot
  • Release date: 2013

Released by Bandai in July, 2013, this J-World Limited set of Dragon Ball Z Mascot straps includes Mr. Popo, Majin Buu, Shenron, and Goku. Standing at 4cm, each comes in a unique posture and a green tag which has the phrase "J-World Limited Dragon Ball Z" written on it. Majin Buu comes atop the 7-star Dragon Ball and is seen with his hands resting on his belly as his feet are sticking outward and he holds a smile on his face.

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UDM Best Series 2 Majin Buu strap

  • Ultimate Deformed Mascot Best Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2013

A nice addition by Bandai is the Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap Best series, which compiles a few pieces from previously released UDM sets in one re-release with neon and brighter coloring paint jobs. This variant set was released in 2013. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) and Majin Buu is included in this set. The piece is very similar to his previous UDM variant albeit having a linked chain as opposed to having a black material chain. Other differences include his mouth coloring, which is red as opposed to blue as the previous piece and his cape, which now holds an indigo hue as opposed to a purple one as the prior piece. 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. Characters included in this UDM Best Volume 2 set are Super Saiyan Bardock, Bardock, Super Saiyan 3 Future Trunks, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegito, Vegito, and Majin Buu for a total of 8 different pieces.

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High Grade Revival Majin Buu figurine

  • High Grade Revival Series
  • Release date: 2013

Released by Bandai in October, 2013, the High Grade Revival (HGR) series is a brand new repaint series offering previously featured figures from the HG Collection lineup. Characters included in this set are Majin Buu, King Kai, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Battle Damaged Super Saiyan Goku, and Piccolo. Each of these pieces is a repaint and features a metallic shine as well as a glossy paint job. Majin Buu is seen jumping up in the same manner as his two previous HG Collection pieces. He holds a pink-red coloring scheme for his tongue and mouth on this variant and his cape has a purple hue.

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DBKai UDM Burst Set Volume 6 Majin Buu

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

A nice addition by Bandai is the Dragon Ball Kai Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap Burst series part 6 which was announced for 2014. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) although Majin Buu is slightly larger at 55mm. Majin Buu appears with an furious expression with fumes escaping as he prepares his Angry Explosion technique. All the figures included in this set come with their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Others included in this UDM series 6 set are Dabura, Super Saiyan Gohan (Great Saiyaman outfit), Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta.

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Dragon Ball Kai 5-pack Plush set including Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Kai Plush Set
  • Release date: 2014

A set of plush are tentatively planned by Bandai for May 31st, 2014. These plush pieces stand at approximately 130 x 90 x 130mm. Characters included in this plush series set are Majin Buu, Chiaotzu, Mister Popo, Korin, and Goku. Each has a unique style and is a great addition to any Dragon Ball plush collection. The packaging features an orange hue as an elongated box with a front bubble allowing all the pieces to be seen.

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Dragon Ball Kai Plush Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Kai Plush Series
  • Release date: 2014

The same Majin Buu plush from the Dragon Ball Kai 5-piece set was separately made available. Standing at 14cm, this Majin Buu plush is unique when compared to the numerous others available. For one, his cape holds a bright blue hue as opposed to the different variations of purple. He also has a distinctly different smile from the other plush pieces. This piece was released on June 15th, 2014 and was produced in limited quantities due to being one of the only pieces to be released both in a box-set and separately. Additionally, it is one of the only Buu plush pieces offered by Bandai.

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Dragon Ball Z Desktop Figure Set including Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Desktop Figure Series
  • Release date: 2014

Scheduled for December 27th, 2014, this unique Dragon Ball Z figurine set includes 5 pieces that have different attachment uses. Each is applied to an electronic device or as an accessory. Entitled "Desktop Figure," the set includes Chiaotzu as he prepares to perform his explosive sacrifice, Cyborg Frieza being halved, Goku preparing his Spirit Bomb, Majin Buu, and Vegeta being wrapped in Majin Buu's Potbelly Attack. The Majin Buu piece is used as an attachment for mobile device screens such as iPods, iPhones, and other touch-screen devices.

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DBZ & DBGT UDM Best series 9 Majin Buu

  • DBZ & DBGT Ultimate Deformed Mascot Best Series Volume 9
  • Release date: 2015

A nice addition by Bandai is the Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap Best series, which compiles a few pieces from previously released UDM sets in one re-release with neon and brighter coloring paint jobs. This variant set was released in February, 2015. The figurines in this set stand at about 3cm (40mm) and Majin Buu is included in this set, showcased with his angry exploding fumes as he appears to hold an enraged expression. All the figures included in this set come with their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Others included in this UDM Best set are Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta, Frieza in his first form, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta.

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Dragon Ball Super Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Super Stuffed Mini Plush Series
  • Release date: 2015

Released under the Bandai license in December, 2015 for the Dragon Ball Super lineup, this unique Majin Buu plush features the jolly djinn holding a lollipop candy swirl and his tongue in a licking posture. The dimensions of this plush are as follows: width 150 mm (5.85 inches) length 110 mm (4.29 inches), and height 110 mm (4.29 inches). Others included in this same Dragon Ball Super stuffed mini assortment are Goku, Vegeta, Kid Trunks, and Kid Goten.

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Mini Plush Strap set including Majin Buu

  • Mini Plush Strap series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Banpresto mini plush strap set has included 5 pieces. Characters included in the set are Majin Buu, Gotenks, Vegeta, Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku. These mini straps come with a keychain allowing for easy clip and carry. They are all attached to tags corresponding to the set featuring an image of Super Saiyan 3 Goku.

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Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: 1995

Released in 1995, this Majin Buu plush stands at approximately 10 inches (26cm) in height and has been depicted in a large-scale super-deformed head as well as having the Banpresto tag attached to him, which features an image of Goten and Trunks attempting to fuse. Additionally, he has a purple cape and his yellow gloves and boots. There's a hanger that is attached to his head, which is likely for hanging purposes. This is a very unique plush as it is one of the less common plush pieces produced in the Banpresto plush collection. Plush pieces included in this 1995 set are Super Saiyan Goku, Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, and Piccolo.

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9 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Released by Banpresto, this Majin Buu plush stands at approximately 9 inches in height and has been depicted in a large-scale wearing his yellow pajamas and a smile on his face. He has a Banpresto tag attached to him. Additionally, this is a very unique plush as it is one of the less common plush pieces produced in the Banpresto plush collection which features Majin Buu wearing these sleeping clothes as opposed to his basic attire.

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5 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This 5 inch Majin Buu plush was released by Banpresto and features a unique tag with Majin Buu's image on it. The plush itself is seen in a basic stance with both hands kept to his sides and a smile on his face. The detail is very accurate for a 5 inch plush. This same style replica is also released in different sizes.

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12 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This 12 inch Majin Buu plush released by Banpresto is the same style as the aforementioned 5 inch piece. The plush holds the same posture albeit being 12 inches as opposed to 5 inches. The same style replica would be released in conjunction with the other Majin Buu plush pieces in numerous sizes. The plush is still seen with hands kept to his sides and a smile on his face.

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16 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This 16 inch Majin Buu plush released by Banpresto is the same style as the aforementioned 5 inch and 12 inch pieces. The plush holds the same posture albeit being 16 inches as opposed to 5 inches or 13 inches. The same style replica would be released in conjunction with the other Majin Buu plush pieces in numerous sizes. The plush is still seen with hands kept to his sides and a smile on his face.

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10 inch Majin Buu flying plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This 10 inch Majin Buu plush was released by Banpresto and features a unique position unlike any other. Majin Buu is seen in a flying posture with both hands spread out and outstretched in front as he is seen soaring through the skies. Buu holds a laughing expression for this plush piece and his mouth is colored white. Aside from the position and stance, this is one of Majin Buu's most unique plush pieces offered by Banpresto at this scale.

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Light-Up Chain series including Majin Buu

  • Light-Up Chain Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This light-up keychain series has included four pieces exclusive to the Buu Saga. Each character has a unique light-up feature which allows a bright light to shine from inside them. Pieces included in this set are Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Gotenks, Majin Buu, and Mr. Satan. Majin Buu appears with his one hand raised up as he punches upward and his other hand is placed on his waist. This is a very nice addition by Banpresto as the light-up feature is very unique for a chain set.

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Gathering Figure Collection Majin Buu with Gotenks

  • Gathering Figure Collection
  • Release date: 2004

A very unique collection of 9.5 inch pieces was released by Banpresto in 2004. Each set of 2 characters came with a large model and a smaller one. All models are seen standing atop a rocky terrain and connect to each other to form an intricately detailed diorama, hence the title of the series being "Dragon Ball Z Gathering Figure Collection." The duo packs in this set are as follows: A) Great Namek Piccolo with Goku in battle stance, B) Majin Buu declaring himself to be the best with Gotenks punching, C) Oozaru Vegeta with battle-damaged Goku, and Shenron with Kid Goku (purple gi). All four diorama pieces are intricately detailed and make a great collection ensemble when brought together.

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Mr. Satan with Majin Buu and Super Saiyan 3 Goku Diorama Figure set

  • DBZ Diorama Figure series
  • Release date: 2007

This very limited volume 3 diorama set was released in 2007 by Banpresto exclusively paying tribute to the Majin Buu Saga. The boxart reads "Diorama Figure Set Volume 3" and has detail on the box described as "Dragon Ball Z DVD #34-49 Special Present." The diorama set includes Mr. Satan punching upward as he is in the middle, Majin Buu standing on his one side as Super Saiyan 3 Goku is seen on the other. They are listed on the boxart as "Boo," "Goku," and "Satan." Of course, there is a great deal of detail in regards to the overall sculpt and background, which is encased by the Korin tower and the steps leading down as well as the background image. The pillars and tower top is also a wonderful piece of the sculpt itself. Characters from volume 1 and volume 2 encircle the other sides of this diorama set. Additionally, characters from Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT are above and below the complete diorama set, which features a rather large piece when all are combined and compiled to build the entire scene.

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Majin Buu with sealed ball cocoon strap

  • Dragon Ball Z Strap Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This unique strap series released by Banpresto features a unique feature. Each character comes with an attachment which they can easily be inserted into and kept outside. Majin Buu comes attached to a replica of his cocoon, which he can fit into, his feet sticking out from the bottom. This is a very nice strap set featuring some unique pieces. Others included in this set and their attachment are as follows: King Kai with his planet, baby Goku with a Saiyan Spacepod, Shenron with a Four-Star Dragon Ball, and a Great Ape with a yellow moon crater.

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12 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: 2008

Released by Banpresto on April 7th, 2008, this Majin Buu plush stands at approximately 12 inches in height and has been depicted in a large-scale as he is seen sitting down with his hands to his sides in a cute manner. Additionally, this is a very unique plush as it is one of the less common plush pieces produced in the Banpresto plush collection which features Majin Buu wearing his basic clothing and is scaled at the actual appearance height, his head and body being on par as opposed to one being larger than the other in the chibi style.

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HG plus EX action pose Majin Buu figure

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

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

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Neo Keyholder set including Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, and Super Buu

  • High Quality Keyholder Series
  • Release date: 2008

Banpresto revealed a slew of Keyholder figurines as one of their basic lineups. In the set released in 2008 and entitled "Neo High Quality Key Holder," the Majin Buu saga is well-depicted in the trio of Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, and Super Buu. The detail is remarkable and the paint job is very unique with a shiny and glossy look. When it comes to Mr. Satan, he is seen in an arms-crossed posture and stands back-to-back with Majin Buu. Super Buu is seen above them both with an insane-looking position with his neck bent and a sinister expression on his face. Majin Buu retains his infantile and innocent reaction as Mr. Satan has a confident and self-absorbed smile across his face. The facial detail is amazing in terms of construct and resemblance. The only detrimental factor of this full piece is that all the characters are cut off at their torso, which means that there are no legs to go along with the base. Mr. Satan cuts off at his championship belt and Majin Buu has some of the fumes building underneath him but there are no legs as a part of this trio set. Other Neo keyholder pieces in this set are Imperfect Cell, Semi-Perfect Cell, and Perfect Cell as the evolution of Cell set, the renegade trio of Android 16, Android 17, and Android 18, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku with Majin Vegeta and Kid Trunks.

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Ichiban Kuji Coin Bank Majin Buu

  • Ichiban Kuji Coin Bank Series
  • Release date: 2008

Majin Buu is featured in the Banpresto coin bank assortment released in 2008. He is seen in a cute format, resting on his bottom and with his hands in front of him. The mini coin banks in this set are very highly detailed although they are made in a chibi format and have large pronounced eyes, although in the case of Buu, he is seen with his eyes shut in a cute manner. Others included in this same Coin Bank set are Fortuneteller Baba, Chiaotzu, and Mr. Popo.

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DX Soft Vinyl Majin Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z DX Soft Vinyl Figure Series 3
  • Release date: 2009

Released in March, 2009, this Majin Buu soft deluxe (DX) vinyl figure has a great matte finish in terms of the paint job and comes in a very nice pose. Majin Buu is seen pointing his arm upward as his finger sticks out and he declares victory, his other hand resting on his side as he maintains an infantile smile. The soft vinyl deluxe figure stands at 18cm and is a great Majin Buu piece due to the posture as well as the material. Also included in this same series 3 set are Piccolo, Goku, and Gohan.

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Ichiban Kuji Prize F Tape Dispenser set of Nappa with Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Ichiban Kuji Saiyajin Shurai-Hen
  • Release date: 2009

The Ichiban Kuji special set entitled "Saiyajin Shurai-Hen" was released by Banpresto in April, 2009. Pieces included in this same Ichiban Kuji series are a baby Goku in a space pod which can be opened and is Prize A of the set, Bardock is Prize B of the set, and Kid Vegeta in an arms-crossed posture is Prize C. Aside from these three actual figurine collectibles, there are also many other mini items in this same set, including Prize E which are clipboards of Vegeta, Nappa, Bardock, and Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, each with a scouter attachment. Other accessories are a few Saiyan tails which are designated as Prize G of the set, including tails of Raditz, Vegeta, Goku, Gohan, and an Oozaru. Prize D are two different cushion pillows of an Oozaru and Kid Goku. Prize F are tape dispensers of Nappa (yellow tape), Vegeta (blue tape), Raditz (brown tape), Kid Gohan (red tape), Majin Buu (pink tape), and one roll with Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Future Trunks depicted on the tape (dark blue tape). The Majin Buu tape comes packed with the Nappa tape.

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High Grade Coloring Keychain series 5 Majin Buu with Bee the puppy

  • High Grade Coloring Keychain series 5
  • Release date: 2009

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Majin Buu with Bee the puppy as a keychain figure in 2009. The figure stands at approximately 3 inches tall. Also included in this same keychain assortment was Master Roshi, Super Saiyan Gohan with Great Saiyaman clothing, Goku, and Uub. The Majin Buu comes with his tongue sticking out as he is in a teasing gesture, his puppy Bee crawling from the side of his head and smiling. The figure is very unique as it has an airbrushed paint job. This coloring scheme is the most unique for this character as it offers a highly collectible piece in terms of differentiating paint jobs.

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40th Weekly Jump Majin Buu mascot

  • 40th Weekly Jump Mascot Part 2
  • Release date: 2009

This special mascot part 2 set has included a few characters from some anime series in commemoration of the 40th Weekly Jump. Each character is a plush piece and is seen with the Jump tag and letters. Standing at 80mm (3.12 inches), Majin Buu comes with the phrase "Jump 40th" on the back of his cape. Pieces included in this Jump Mascot Part 2 set are Majin Buu, Puar, Ryuuk (Death Note), Tony Tony Chopper (One Piece), Lambo (Katekyou Hitman Reborn!), Carue (One Piece), Elizabeth (Gintama), and the "Going Merry" boat (One Piece).

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Cushion Pillow Set Majin Buu smiling piece

  • Cushion Pillow Set
  • Release date: Unknown

Banpresto has released a very unique head-based pillow set featuring large-scale replicas of some characters. Included in this pillow set is Majin Buu with a smile on his face. These pillows are a great addition to any plush collection as well as having a very limited run of Dragon Ball characters. This piece stands at 14 inches (36cm) and the expression depicted on Buu's face is a laugh with an all-white coloring for the interior of his mouth.

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Ichiban Kuji G Series Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ichiban Kuji Prize G Series
  • Release date: 2011

Banpresto's Dragon Ball Kai Ichiban Kuji Prize G Series released in December 2011 includes a few miniature characters with extreme detail. The heads are sized slightly larger to incorporate the chibi design. Majin Buu is included in this set with a round base under which portrays the "M" symbol for the "Majin" insignia, which is likely to confirm that he is a Djinn. Other pieces included in this same Ichiban Kuji G series set are Imperfect Cell, Frieza, Piccolo, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku. Each features their own unique base as well. Piccolo's base is the demon insignia kanji, 魔, pronounced ma and meaning "demon", "devil", or "evil spirit". Goku's kanji 悟, is pronounced Go (meaning "wisdom" or "enlightenment"). Majin Buu's is the Majin symbol. Imperfect Cell's is the Red Ribbon Army logo. Vegeta's is the Saiyan Royal family crest. Frieza's base is perhaps one of the most unique as it features the scouter reading of 530,000 which strikes fear into his enemies.

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Dragon Ball Kai Ichiban Kuji Majin Buu cushion

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ichiban Kuji Prize C
  • Release date: 2011

Released in December, 2011, the Ichiban Kuji set included a Prize C which was Majin Buu in cushion format. The cushion is 40cm wide. The cushion portrays Majin Buu with a surprised expression as he is turned into a piece of chocolate by Evil Buu. This is a great depiction of that scene, capturing the very moment of Buu's expression as well as having a brown coloring for the image.

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Dragon Ball Kai Rubber Magnet Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ichiban Kuji Prize D
  • Release date: 2011

Released in December, 2011, the Ichiban Kuji set included a Prize D which was a set of 4 different rubber magnets. Characters included in this set are Chiaotzu as he is sacrificing himself (red backboard), a Saibaman as he is performing his self-destruct (green backboard), Majin Buu flying in midair (purple backboard), and one of Gotenks' Kamikaze Ghosts (blue backboard). The rubber magnets come in a nice packaging bubble and the Prize D emblem on the front.

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SCultures Majin Buu figure

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

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

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DWC Series Majin Buu figurine

  • DWC Battle of Gods Vol. 4
  • Release date: 2014

This upcoming DWC series is to incorporate a few characters appearing in the Battle of Gods movie. This set is scheduled for release in March, 2014. Those included in this set are Tien, Chiaotzu, Oolong, Great Saiyaman, Ox-King, Majin Buu, Yamcha with Puar, and Super Saiyan God Goku. The Majin Buu piece portrays him holding a plate and eating with plump cheeks and a smile on his face as he munches down.

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Keyring Double Set including Majin Buu and Majin Vegeta

  • 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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Majin Buu Plush 460 cc Golf Driver Head cover

  • Dragon Ball Kai DR Golf Head Cover Series
  • Release date: 2014

This unique set of Golf Head covers features Dragon Ball characters that are meant to sit in a cute manner atop the 460 cc golf driver as a decorative usage. There are two different plush pieces available in this set, each made of acrylic material. Majin Buu and Shenron are the two variants released by Banpresto in this head cover set. The series set is entitled "Dragon Ball Kai DR" as in Dragon Ball Kai Driver. Additionally, each piece features a unique packaging around the bottom and across the back of the plush piece. The Majin Buu is seen with his hands kept to his waist with a smile on his face. He stands at 23cm wide and 24cm tall.

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Micro Series Majin Buu

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

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

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DXF Series Majin Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z DXF Fighting Combination Volume 2
  • Release date: 2014

This December 2014 release is a volume 2 series piece portraying Majin Buu in a playful and infantile stance. 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 Majin Buu piece is portrayed with his tongue sticking out as he mocks and teases in a playful and joking manner. This figure is the volume 2 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 Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks (Volume 3), Majin Vegeta (Volume 1), Gohan (Volume 4), Kid Buu (Volume 5), and Super Saiyan Goku (Volume 6).

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DWC Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon World Collectible Series Buu Saga
  • Release date: 2015

The next DWC lineup features six pieces related to the Buu Saga. This set has a release date of January, 2015. These are the most recent releases for the Dragon Ball Z World Collectible Figure series. Each figurine stands 2.8 inches along with its miniature red base. Characters included in this set are Super Buu, Super Buu [Gotenks absorbed], Majin Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, adult Gohan, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku. Each is seen in a unique posture. Majin Buu comes in a hovering position as he is seen squeezing his cheeks and wearing a surprised expression.

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Dragon Ball Kai DX Series Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Kai DX Series
  • Release date: 2015

A unique series of Dragon Ball Kai chibi-style vinyl pieces were released in 2015. Majin Buu is included in this set with a rather angered expression as he holds up his arms and allows the fumes to escape from his head in a show of ferocity. This piece stands at approximately 8 inches (20cm) and is made of vinyl. It comes with a unique packaging exclusive to the piece itself, portraying the figure and the World Tournament arena in the background. Additionally, the packaging is very similar to the DWC series pieces also released by Banpresto although this figure is generally a larger scale piece. The figure is designed in the chibi style, also very similar to the DWC pieces offered by Banpresto. Also available in this format are Super Buu and Dabura.

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DB Super WCF Series Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball Super WCF Vol. 2
  • Release date: 2016

This upcoming WCF DB Super volume 2 series is to incorporate a few characters appearing in the newly introduced series and Majin Buu is included in this volume 2 installment. This set is scheduled for release in March, 2016. Those included in this set are Korin, Yajirobe, King Kai, Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, and Super Saiyan God Goku. Each piece comes with a unique packaging and is highly detailed for this exceptionally limited exclusive scenario set. Majin Buu is seen holding a smiling expression and both hands against his waist.

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Ichiban Kuji Majin Buu Candy Pot

  • Ichiban Kuji Dragon Ball - Chou Koutekishu (Super Rival Retsuden)
  • Release date: 2016

The Ichiban Kuji Chou Koutekishu (Super Rival Retsuden) edition is a set of unique prizes released in January, 2016. The Desktop Figure series are a part of this set as well as a few other unique pieces that were released in conjunction with the Dragon Ball Super series. Majin Buu was released as a part of this assortment in the format of a candy pot, allowing the storage of numerous miniature candies and sweets. The pot stands at 170 mm (6.63 inches) and showcases Majin Buu with a childish expression, his tongue sticking out from one side.

Unifive

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Mini Figure Collection Majin Buu figurine

  • Mini Figure Collection
  • Release date: 2003

Unifive has released a set of Dragon Ball Z mini figurines with straps in a set entitled "Mini Figure Collection". Included in this set are Majin Buu, Gotenks, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Saiyan Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, and Perfect Cell. Majin Buu is seen in an ecstatic jumping stance with his hands and legs outstretched as he holds a laughing expression.

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Mini Figure Volume 4 Majin Buu

  • Mini Figure Volume 4
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive's Mini Figure series was released in January 2004 modeled as Kubrick-style figurines and are composed of numerous Dragon Ball Z characters, including Majin Buu. This basic figurine comes with a lollipop and a chocolate bar as he is depicted with an innocent laugh. 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 4 set are Android 16, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, Mr. Satan, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Super Saiyan Vegito, Perfect Cell, and Great Saiyaman.

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Triple Strap Set including Majin Buu, Goku, and Super Saiyan Gohan

  • Triple Strap Series
  • Release date: 2004

Released in April 2004 by Unifive, a series of three different Dragon Ball Z triple strap sets featured nine different pieces. The three different boards attached to each set were designated by Frieza, Cell, and Majin Buu. The first chain set Frieza pack includes Frieza in his final form, Vegeta, and baby Goku. The second chain set Cell pack includes Perfect Cell, Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Goku. The third chain set Majin Buu pack includes Majin Buu, Goku, and Super Saiyan Teen Gohan.

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Posing series 4 Majin Buu with Dabura cookie

  • Posing Figure Series Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

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

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

  • Posing Figure Series Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

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

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Dragon Ball Z Komonoire Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Komonoire
  • Release date: 2004

This Majin Buu container was released by Unifive in August, 2004 as a part of the Dragon Ball Z "Komonoire" series. The packaging features a purple backboard with images of the Dragon Balls. Additionally, the package bubbles are rather large, square in shape, and allow for the pieces inside to be observed. Standing at 12cm, Majin Buu's midsection near the belt opens and separates, allowing the torso to be taken off and for small objects to be kept inside the piece itself. Majin Buu is seen with his tongue rolling across his mouth as he holds up an unwrapped chocolate bar. Also included in this Komonoire set is Korin on top of a jar (which stands at 15cm).

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Special Weapon Light Edition Super Saiyan Vegeta versus Majin Buu light

  • Special Weapon Light Series
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive's Special Weapon Light Series was released in September 2004 and featured two unique collective pieces in the set. Each featured a hero character in a combat position with the antagonist of the set as the wall light. The light itself reflects upon the wall and showcases the character with a bright glow. One of the pieces included in this set are a battle-damaged Super Saiyan Goku preparing a devastating Kamehameha with Frieza in his final form with full power as the wall light. The Frieza image holds a yellow hue for the aura. The second piece is Super Vegeta preparing his deadly Final Flash and comes with Majin Buu as the wall light. The Majin Buu image holds a pink hue as the aura. Standing at 15cm, both pieces have a unique effect and come with a unique posture.

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Posing Figure Box Collection including Majin Buu with Dabura cookie

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

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

MegaHouse

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Majin Buu with Bee the puppy Chess Piece Figurine

  • DX Chess Piece Collection
  • Release date: 2003

In 2003, MegaHouse also released a DX Chess Piece Collection which included Majin Buu with Bee the puppy. The piece is given the "Queen" position in the chess set and comes with a silly teasing expression as he sticks out his tongue and his puppy Bee is seen happily curling under him. Others included in this chess set are Bulma (Rook), King Kai (Knight), Kid Goku (Pawn), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (King), and Goku (Bishop). This same set would simultaneously be released as a black and white variant for the chess collection and features these pieces in both a color version and a black and white variant.

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Majin Buu with Bee the puppy black and white Chess Piece Figurine

  • DX Chess Piece Collection
  • Release date: 2003

In 2003, MegaHouse also the aforementioned DX Chess Piece Collection which included Majin Buu with Bee the puppy in a black and white variant set. All the pieces included in the set are alternately available in a black and white coloring scheme as a bonus variant set for collectors. Additional differences include the base coloring, which is black for the black and white series set as opposed to holding a brown ground coloring scheme as the base color set. Aside from Majin Buu with Bee the puppy as the "Queen" piece, others included in this chess set are Bulma (Rook), King Kai (Knight), Kid Goku (Pawn), Super Saiyan 3 Goku (King), and Goku (Bishop).

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Mr. Satan with Majin Buu and Bee the puppy diorama

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 4
  • Release date: 2004

This series, much like the following ones, was also released as a gold base, with both figures coming as gold versions rather than colored ones. However, this special diorama was only included in the color format in this set. Mr. Satan is seen standing next to the infantile Majin Buu, who holds up Bee the puppy in this diorama. As this piece is exclusively available in a color version, it is harder to come by in comparison to the other pieces in this Part 4 set.

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Capsule Neo Mr. Satan and Majin Buu diorama color version

  • Capsule Neo Diorama Series Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

Following numerous gashapon releases, MegaHouse came out with another diorama set in July 2007 that included Mr. Satan washing Majin Buu while he lays in a jacuzzi tub. Like many of the previous installations, this diorama included a memorable scene. Mr. Satan is seen scrubbing Buu's back as he attempts to be friendly with the Djinn. Their clothing and shoes are also seen on the side of the tub as the bubbles, water, and faucet are also highly accurate. This adds a great deal of detail to the piece as well.

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Capsule Neo Part 14 Mr. Satan and Majin Buu diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Diorama Series Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in July 2007 as part of the 14th MegaHouse series, this is the same figurine set that portrays Mr. Satan bathing Majin Buu. 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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Super Buu versus Goku and Vegeta with Majin Buu diorama color version

  • Capsule Neo Diorama Series Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

Following numerous gashapon releases, MegaHouse came out with another diorama set in July 2007 that included Super Buu as he reveals himself to Vegeta and Goku, sliding out of the ground itself in a monstrous and sinister manner. The interior of Super Buu includes Majin Buu in a sac as he is being contained. Goku and Vegeta are seen maintaining their ground as Super Buu emerges. There's a great deal of detail when it comes to the surrounding area and the floating effects add further depth to the realistic nature of the diorama.

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Super Buu versus Goku and Vegeta with Majin Buu gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Diorama Series Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in July 2007 as part of the 14th MegaHouse series, this is the same figurine set that portrays Super Buu emerging to surprise Goku and Vegeta while Majin Buu is seen in the sac. 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 Mr. Satan and Majin Buu diorama

  • Capsule Neo Buu Returns Series Part 22
  • Release date: 2009

Released in August 2009 is MegaHouse's addition to the Neo series. Like its predecessors, this series depicted highlighted scenes from the series run. Majin Buu is seen in the Buu Returns set in an annoyed reaction as he plays the video game Mr. Satan gave him, who also stands next to him with a joyous posture as he watches Majin Buu. Majin Buu is seen getting aggravated at the game's difficulty as Mr. Satan explains how to play. Of course, the scene comes with a nice ground base with grass and dirt and a very nice coloring scheme for both characters.

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Capsule Neo Mr. Satan and Majin Buu diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Buu Returns Series Part 22
  • Release date: 2009

Released in August 2009 is MegaHouse's addition to the Neo series. Like its predecessors, this series depicted highlighted scenes from the series run. Majin Buu is seen in the Buu Returns set in an annoyed reaction as he plays the video game Mr. Satan gave him, who also stands next to him with a joyous posture as he watches Majin Buu. Majin Buu is seen getting aggravated at the game's difficulty as Mr. Satan explains how to play. As the rest of the series is also released in a gold version, this is the gold variant of the same aforementioned diorama set. The base as well as the characters are completely colored in a gold texture. This makes for a nice alternative collectible to the colored version, being equally rare yet unique for collectible value.

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Dimension of Dragon Ball series Majin Buu

  • Dimension of Dragon Ball Series
  • Release date: 2015

Produced by MegaHouse and scheduled for a November, 2015 release, a set of 2 additional pieces standing at approximately 220mm (22cm) in height as larger-scale figures have been introduced with extreme detail, each with three inter-changeable heads. This series is entitled the D.O.D. (Dimension of Dragon Ball) and includes Majin Buu [number 9] and Future Trunks [number 8] in the next assortment. The Majin Buu piece comes with three facial expressions, one depicting an infantile smile, another with an excited laugh, and one that depicts him with a handsome look mimicking Barry Kahn as seen in the episode entitled "The Fusion Dance". He also comes with a unique glossy paint job. This is a very unique highly detailed figure of Majiin Buu in the large scale. It is figure number 9 of the Dimension of Dragon Ball Series.

DeAgostini

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Your Heroes in 3D Majin Buu figurine

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

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Majin Buu (who stood at about 5 inches) was included in this set due to his appearance in the Black Star Dragon Ball Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is circular in shape. Notated as "Bu" on his designated packaging, Majin Buu comes in his basic eyes-closed expression and a blue-colored cape. This is one of the only pieces available of Majin Buu that was released by DeAgostini. This is figurine number 49 of this set.

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DBGT Collection Majin Buu figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Majin Buu (also credited as "Bou Bou" was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 55 and he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the second DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Majin Buu to be offered at the basic figure height. Majin Buu is seen standing on top of the black base with both hands in a motion and in an opened posture. This piece is also slightly less plump in comparison to his previous DeAgostini piece.

Irwin Toy

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The Saga Continues Super Warriors Series 3 including Majin Buu figurine

  • The Saga Continues Super Warriors Series 3
  • Release date: 1998

Irwin Toy’s reissues of the initial Super Guerriers figurines entitled "Super Warriors" included Majin Buu in Series 3 of their miniature releases. Also included in the same series was Raditz, Uub, Dr. Gero, final form Frieza, and Super Saiyan Vegito. Majin Buu's miniature model showcases him in the same stance as prior, his hand pointing as his cape flows behind him.

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The Saga Continues Series 10 including Majin Buu figurine

  • The Saga Continues Series 10
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy pretty much re-released all the previous 2 inch Super Guerriers figurines. Majin Buu was no exclusion as when the next lineup was released, he was included with the others from the previous Super Guerriers set. The mini-figure remains the same aside from the basic packaging layout being larger by the bubble and cardboard size. 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 12 including Majin Buu figurine

  • The Saga Continues Series 12
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy pretty much re-released all the previous 2 inch Super Guerriers figurines. Majin Buu was no exclusion as when the next lineup was released, he was included with the others from the previous Super Guerriers set. The mini-figure remains the same aside from the basic packaging layout being larger by the bubble and cardboard size. 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. The figurines were packaged six in a set and stood at a very small size, at about 2 inches in height. Majin Buu stood with a laughing expression on his face and both hands resting on his waist. Others included in this set were Super Buu jumping, Super Buu yelling, Super Buu crouching, Super Saiyan Vegito, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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The Saga Continues series 4 miniature figurine set including Majin Buu figurine

  • "The Saga Continues" Miniatures Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy has also re-released many of the previous Super Guerriers figurines in an even smaller base, miniatures by the size of an inch and a half. Majin Buu was included twice in the Series 4 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. In this set, however, Majin Buu is seen much smaller, so the figurine mold has slightly less detail in terms of its coloring scheme. This is also one of 2 miniature collectibles to feature Majin Buu in this size. The first version portrays him standing and laughing with his hands resting on his waist.

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The Saga Continues series 4 miniature figurine set including Majin Buu pointing figurine

  • "The Saga Continues" Miniatures Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy has also re-released many of the previous Super Guerriers figurines in an even smaller base, miniatures by the size of an inch and a half. Majin Buu was included twice in the Series 4 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. In this set, however, Majin Buu is seen much smaller, so the figurine mold has slightly less detail in terms of its coloring scheme. This is also one of 2 miniature collectibles to feature Majin Buu in this size. The second version portrays him pointing with a serious expression.

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The Saga Continues Series 4 Majin Buu

  • The Saga Continues Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

The Saga Continues Series 4 Majin Buu released by Irwin is a reissue of Bandai's Super Battle Collection volume 20 piece. This version features "Mr. Boo" 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 features a bright coloring tone for his head structure, torso, arms, and legs. 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 altered on the re-release of this same piece.

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The Saga Continues Series 4 Majin Buu re-release

  • The Saga Continues Series 4
  • Release date: 1999

The Saga Continues Series 4 Majin Buu released by Irwin is a reissue of Bandai's Super Battle Collection volume 20 piece. This version features "Mr. Boo" with the green, blue, red, yellow,and purple flame aura as the backboard coloring for the package. This series would see many variants for Majin 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 of the series 4 release has the multi-color backboard and features a large font for the "Series 4" lettering in front. Others included in this series 4 set are Super Saiyan Goku, Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Vegito, and Kid Buu.

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Majin Buu Saga's Majin Buu with Puppy Bee, Dabura cookie and CCG card

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

The first actual 5-inch scale figure modeled and released by Irwin Toy in relation to Majin Buu was a part of the Series 8 set. It came with a miniature Dabura cookie accessory and Bee the puppy as a part of the Majin Buu Saga release in January 2002. Majin Buu is depicted with an infantile smile and is designed well with a distinct shadow shading for his skin and clothes. The Dabura cookie stood at approximately 2.5 inches as it wasn’t scaled to action figure size but as an accessory. The cookie figurine well depicts the scene where Dabura was turned into this sweet food and devoured by the infantile yet deadly Buu. Additionally, the box front misspelled "Majin Buu Saga" as "Maijin Buu Saga." Also included in the same set was Babidi with a cocoon egg, Pui Pui, Krillin, and Mr. Satan (Hercule).

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Majin Buu Saga's Majin Buu with Puppy Bee, Dabura cookie and trading card

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

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

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Secret Saiyan warriors Series 2 Super Buu and Majin Buu

  • Secret Saiyan Warriors Series 2
  • Release date: 2002

The "Secret Saiyan Warriors" series has included 2 pieces per pack, one shell and the other a mini figurine for interior fitting. Series 2 was released in 2002 and has included an additional assortment of characters. The Majin Buu piece is included with Super Buu as the inner piece, which can be fitted inside the Majin Buu piece. The texture of the Super Buu piece is plastic while the Majin Buu piece holds a rubber base. This series highlights the many personas and appearances of these characters by allowing them to "morph" simply by placing them inside the included skins. Super Buu holds a serious expression while Majin Buu wears an infantile smile. Packs included in this set are Super Buu with Majin Buu, Perfect Cell with Imperfect Cell, Vegeta with Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta, and Goku with Super Saiyan 3 Goku.

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Forces of Evil Hercule and Majin Buu 2-pack

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

Released in 2003, Irwin Toy's Hercule and Majin Buu were repacked as a 2-pack re-release set entitled "Forces of Evil." This is also a re-release of their accessories, the Dabura cookie (which stood at 2.5 inches) and Bee the puppy. However, the 2-pack was quite a mistake in its titling as Mr. Satan was never a force of evil and Majin Buu was later turned good so the defect in this 2-pack came in its initial title being rather inaccurate. However, the Dabura cookie's inclusion made it yet another collectible in relation to Dabura. The Hercule piece is the same as the prior Irwin Toy "World Tournament Saga" model and the Majin Buu piece is the same as the prior Irwin Toy "Majin Buu Saga" Majin Buu figure.

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Chibis Series Majin Buu

  • Chibis Series
  • Release date: 2004

Released in 2004, this is a very nice piece for collectors as it is a single-pack release of the 3-pack set including the same figurine. The plump depiction is a nice distinguishing feature and the packaging is extremely unique, being a round bulbous container with the base covering a round flap. Other than this Majin Buu piece, there are others in the set depicted on the base itself, including Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan Vegito, Goku, and Super Saiyan Broly. These pieces are all hard to come by and have the same packaging. The bottom of the base reads the set title as “Dragon Ball Z Chibis.”

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Chibis Series 3-pack including Majin Buu

  • Chibis Series 3-pack
  • Release date: 2004

Released in 2004, this is a very nice 3-pack set of chibis pieces for collectors as it is a single case release of 3 chibi characters. The packaging is extremely unique, being a round bulbous container with the base covering a round flap for each of the pieces. Other than this Majin Buu, there are others in the set depicted in the container, including Super Saiyan Vegito, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku. These pieces are all hard to come by and have the same packaging. The bottom of the base reads the series title as "Dragon Ball Z" and the set as "Chibis."

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10th Anniversary Fat Buu

  • 10th Anniversary Collector Edition
  • Release date: 2005

Jakks Pacific has released a 10th Anniversary repackaged and redone Majin Buu as a part of the Dragon Ball Z series additions to the "10th Anniversary Collector Edition." Released in 2005, this specific piece portrays Majin Buu with some very minor touch-ups in terms of the paint job. Additionally, there's a small imprint on his pants which reads the 10th Anniversary as its initial paint job designation and differs the piece from the prior Majin Buu releases by Irwin and Jakks. The figure is entitled "Fat Buu" as his alternate naming scheme and he still maintains the same look and is seen with his hands in open postures in the packaging. The new paint job features a distinct shading palette as well as the distinctive logo mark on Majin Buu's pants which reads "DBZ 10 Year Anniversary." The box mockup is highlighted by a galactic blue background and numerous sparks as the backdrop. Majin Buu's image is featured on the box front in pictorial format and the packaging shape is that of an oval shape. The Majin Buu figure remains the same as the previous releases from prior packages offered by Jakks and Irwin but this is quite a rarity as it was released in scarce quantities, coincidentally making this piece highly collectible in this format. Other pieces included in this same 10th Anniversary set are Vegeta, Mr. Satan (entitled "Hercule"), Super Saiyan Gogeta (entited "SS Gogeta"), and Battle-Damaged Goku for the single pack figures. Additionally, double-packs were included in this collection, featuring Semi-Perfect Cell (entitled "Cell") vs. Tien, Recoome vs. Battle Damaged Goku, and Bardock vs. Goku.

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Fat Buu vs. Babidi 2-pack including Dabura cookie

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

Another re-release of the Majin Buu figure came alongside Babidi and the Dabura cookie 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 Majin Buu, however, seems to have opened eyes in this version as opposed to his common closed-eye model. This is likely to emphasize his moment of crucial anger, as he barely opens his eyes. The Dabura cookie is slightly lighter in terms of its contrast but remains the same mold from previous releases. Babidi has had some minor touch-ups in terms of the coloring scheme but remains the same figure.

Plex

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Majin Buu bobblehead figurine

  • Swing Head Series vol. 2
  • Release date: 2006

Plex's bobble head series volume 2 (also known as Knockers and Swing Head) are a series of figurines that allow the head to bobble on the figurine base. Majin Buu was included as a part of the Dragon Ball Z set and the 2nd installment in this series. Majin Buu stands on top of a rocky base with the Dragon Ball Z logo and both hands kept to his sides. Other pieces included in this same bobble head set are Vegito and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Magnet Action Majin Buu happy version with Dabura cookie

  • Magnet Action Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2007

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

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Magnet Action Majin Buu angry variant with Dabura cookie

  • Magnet Action Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2007

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

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40th Weekly Jump Collaboration Majin Buu figurine

  • 40th Weekly Jump Collaboration Series Volume 1
  • Release date: 2008

Plex has released a cross-fusion vinyl figurine set of One Piece with Dragon Ball as a crossover venture in 2008. The character of Chopper is seen dressed up as numerous Dragon Ball characters, including Majin Buu. Chopper maintains a hat on all the outfits, but as Buu, he wears the Djinn's pink hat and black vest as well as retaining his original insignia and has the yellow gloves and boots. On the packaging board, the naming scheme depicts them as “Boo” and “Chopper Man.” Also, a picture of Majin Buu is seen on the board backing, portraying him in a standing position as he holds a smile and reaches upward in a victorious gesture. The series is Volume 1 and the board lining reads “Soft Vinyl Figure” to describe the contents. The figurine comes with a black base. Others included in this volume 1 set are Goku, Piccolo, Yamcha, and Vegeta.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit mini collectible

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

Another release in Plex’s 2008 repertoire of the Collaboration series is the miniature collectibles set. These come with a tag attached to them, which depicts the crossover characters. Majin Buu is seen on the tag itself as he is in a celebratory stance. The character of Chopper is seen dressed up as Dragon Ball characters, including but not limited to the likes of Kami and Captain Ginyu. Chopper maintains a hat on all the outfits, but as Buu, he wears the Djinn's clothing as well as retaining the original Majin insignia. Other pieces included in this set are Chopper as the following characters: Piccolo, Goku, Vegeta, and Yamcha.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit strap

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

Another release in Plex’s 2008 repertoire of the Collaboration series is the miniature chara strap set. These come with a tag attached to them, which depicts the crossover characters. Majin Buu is seen on the tag itself as he punches his hand upward in a victorious gesture. The character of Chopper is seen dressed up as Dragon Ball characters, including but not limited to the likes of Ginyu, Yamcha, Goku, Kid Goku, Kid Gohan with ceremonial garb, Majin Buu, Frieza, Mr. Satan, Piccolo, Kami, and Gotenks. Chopper maintains a hat on all the outfits, but as Buu, he has the original Majin outfit with a pink hat.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit plush

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

Plex has also released the same cross-fusion set of One Piece with Dragon Ball as a crossover in the form of plush collectibles in 2008. The character of Chopper is seen dressed up as numerous Dragon Ball characters, including Majin Buu. Chopper maintains a hat on this outfit, but as Buu, he has the original Djinn's attire. The plush collectible is slightly larger than the base Collaboration set of figurines also released in conjunction with this series. Other pieces included in this plush set are Chopper in the following outfits: Piccolo, Vegeta, Yamcha, and Goku.

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18 inch Chopper with Majin Buu outfit plush

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

Plex has also released the same cross-fusion set of One Piece with Dragon Ball as a crossover in the form of plush collectibles in 2008. The character of Chopper is seen dressed up as numerous Dragon Ball characters, including Majin Buu. Chopper maintains a hat on this outfit, but as Majin Buu, he has the original Majin clothing. The plush collectible is slightly larger than the previous Chopper dressed as Majin Buu plush. This version is 18 inches in height and is one of the few pieces included in the large-scale set of the Collaboration series of plush also released in conjunction with this 40th Weekly Jump collection.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit figurine with base

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

This version of the Majin Buu outfit cross-fusion with Chopper portrays Chopper Man with a pink base and the name detailed in characters on the base front. As with the other pieces from this collection, the figurine includes the antennae and usual appearance of Chopper, but adds Buu's outfit, which in his case has a purple cape, black vest, and yellow gloves and boots for his clothing design. A variety of characters have been incorporated in this set. 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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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit mini collectible

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

This 40th Weekly Jump Collaboration set features another slew of chain-linked pieces of Chopper outfits, this time the figurines standing upright as opposed to a sitting position. Chopper is seen wearing the following character outfits: Majin Buu, Frieza, Piccolo, Vegeta (basic armor), Vegeta (original armor), Kid Goku, and Goku for a total of 7 pieces in this specific set. Each piece comes attached to a picture of the character whose outfit is being worn by Chopper.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit grabbing clip

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

These grabbing snap clips of Chopper dressed in Dragon Ball attire were released in conjunction with the 40th Weekly Jump Collaboration series. Included in this set are the following variants of Chopper dressed as these Dragon Ball characters: Piccolo, Vegeta, Majin Buu, Kid Goku, and Super Saiyan Goku. Each clip is able to hook onto a surface using the hands, which can be opened and locked into place.

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40th Weekly Jump Chopper with Majin Buu outfit DX Vinyl collectible

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

The deluxe (DX) vinyl series is a large-scale figure release of the Dragon Ball cross with OnePiece character Chopper. There are three different pieces available in the DX format, including Majin Buu, Goku child version, and Super Saiyan Goku with orange gi. Chopper is seen dressed as these characters and comes in a very unique boxed packaging. The figures stand at 300mm and portray Chopper with these clothing distinguishing styles. The Majin Buu version has a material cape and pants as well as having a pink hat. The figures themselves are all vinyl. These pieces are all released in conjunction with the 40th Weekly Jump Collaboration Series in 2008.

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Anime Heroes series Majin Buu figurine

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

In the large assortment of “Anime Heroes” series offered by Plex, Majin 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. Majin Buu's facial reaction here showcases an infantile smile, displaying his mouth and eyes shut.

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Dragon Ball Kai Majin Buu Large Outbreak 9-piece Set

  • Dragon Ball Kai Majin Buu Large Outbreak
  • Release date: 2014

Released in October, 2014, this mini-scale Dragon Ball Kai Plex set is entitled "Boo Large Outbreak' and is a tribute to Majin Buu. It comes with cute deformed variations of Majin Buu's chocolate figurines as decorative and collectible pieces. The contents of the boxed set includes a total of nine different tinted Majin Buu pieces, eight of which are chocolate-style poses and one colored piece. The figurines can be stacked or attached in different patterns, possibly a tribute to Buu's ability to split apart and his materialization as well as his repertoire of chocolate-based attacks.

KidzBiz

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The Legend is Here series set with Majin Buu figurine

  • The Legend is Here series
  • Release date: 2000

The same mini Majin Buu figurine from Super Guerriers Coffret 16 was released in a KidZBiz 6-pack to go along with the series entitled "The Legend is Here," which was re-released in 2000 in the UK (United Kingdom). As a part of the Legend is Here mini figurines, the pieces remained the exact same as the previous Super Guerriers and would in turn remain the same as the Irwin Toy Saga Continues lineup years later. Others included in this set were Frieza in his final form, Uub, Vegito, Dr. Gero, and Raditz.

Discapa

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Discapa Dragon Ball Evolution Majin Buu figurine

  • Discapa Dragon Ball Evolution
  • Release date: Unknown

These mini collectible pieces include a few Dragon Ball Z characters as they evolve throughout the series run. Two of each character is available in this set. Both pieces are able to be equipped to each other by the base as a nice feature depicting the base in a color coordination. Characters included in this set and the base colors attached are Majin Buu and Super Buu on pink bases, Vegeta and Super Saiyan Vegeta on light blue bases, Gohan and Super Saiyan Gohan in Great Saiyaman outfit on yellow bases, Goku and Super Saiyan 3 Goku on orange bases, Frieza in his first form and Frieza in his final form on light purple bases, and Imperfect Cell and Perfect Cell on light green bases. Each of these pieces is collected separately but each attached to its corresponding character. Majin Buu is seen jumping up with his hands striking upward as his feet are outstretched in midair and he levitates above the ground on a transparent rod.

Cremino

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Cremino Juguete Majin Buu yellow figurine

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

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. Majin Buu appears once in this mini-wrapped set. His first model appears with both his hands to his sides as he leans over in a demanding stance, his legs spread out. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The packaging reads "Juguete" which means "Toy" and the details read "Golosina Sabor A Chocolate," which translated means "Chocolate Flavored Candy." The Toei Animation logo is also present on the wrapping. The miniature figurines are produced in three colors in this set, blue, green, and yellow.

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Cremino Juguete Majin Buu orange figurine

  • Rubber Toy Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. Majin Buu appears once in this mini-wrapped set. His second model appears with one hand to his side as the other rests on his waist and his cape is seen flailing to one side. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors in this set, orange and transparent hues being some available ones for this specific model.

Lawson

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Coca Cola bottle cap set Majin Buu figurine

  • Coca Cola Bottle Cap set
  • Release date: 2003

Lawson has released an interesting compilation of some Dragon Ball characters as bottle cap toppers. Lawson has designed this set for the Coca Cola Company as a promotion in July 2003. Each of these mini figurines stands at 4cm (1.5 inches) and comes on top of a red base. Majin Buu comes with one hand raised up as he waves hello and the other placed to his side. The full set includes a wide range of characters for a total of 21 pieces (20 base pieces and one special secret figurine). The set which includes Majin Buu also has Yajirobe, Piccolo, Frieza in his final form, Yamcha, Tien, King Kai, Oolong with Puar, Super Saiyan Gohan, Kid Gohan, Master Roshi, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Mr. Satan, Android 18, Bulma, Super Saiyan Goku, Launch, Chi-Chi, Kid Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Krillin.

Hachette

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Legend of Manga series collectible number 6 Majin Buu

  • The Legend of Manga series
  • Release date: 2008

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 6 of this wide range of volumes is none other than Majin Buu. Released in 2008, this piece was no exception to the great deal of detail Hachette has placed on the Dragon Ball manga characters. Majin Buu is seen standing with one hand resting against his waist and the other raised upward as he holds a smile on his face. The details are also extremely accurate in their depiction, right down to the expression on his face, making him an exceptionally accurate collectible overall.

Morinaga

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Majin Buu from Globe set diorama

  • Globe Diorama
  • Release date: Unknown

This globe diorama set released by Morinaga has included mini pieces which combine around the globe itself. Each piece has a part of the globe in its packaging. The globe is fully collected when all the pieces are brought together. Each piece can be placed around the globe to create the effect that they are standing atop the surface. Pieces included in this set are Mr. Satan, Majin Buu, Piccolo, Android 18, Future Trunks, Vegeta, Krillin, Super Saiyan Goku, and Gohan.

Showa Note

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Dragon Ball Z Kyarappu Vol. 2 Majin 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 Majin Buu. Majin Buu is seen standing atop a seven-star ball and crouching as he prepares to angrily charge up. 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.

Kirin

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Kirin Fire Majin Buu Earphone Jack figurine

  • Kirin Fire Earphone Jack Set
  • Release date: 2013

This Earphone Jack set was released by Kirin. It holds the Fire logo and features characters from the Battle of Gods flick. Majin Buu is included in this set sitting atop a Dragon Ball (which is also atop a cloud), allowing it to be attached similar to a USB device. The advertisement for the set portrays the figurines being plugged into an iPhone.

Dolci Preziosi

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Miniature Majin Buu collectible

  • Dolci Preziosi Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2006

Italian manufacturer Dolci Preziosi is a sub-division of Giochi Preziosi and released miniatures of Dragon Ball Z characters in July 2006. There is one set pertaining to these miniatures standing atop a blue round base. Amongst these is Majin Buu which is quite well made considering its size. The mini figurine maintains all the specific details of the character as well as being a unique piece for Majin Buu in terms of model, sculpt, and production material. His position remains in an infantile expression as he punches upward and is seen in a celebratory stance with a smile on his face. Characters included in this assortment are Frieza in his final form, Perfect Cell, Future Trunks, Gotenks, Piccolo, Vegeta, Majin Buu, Kid Gohan, Super Saiyan Vegito, and Super Saiyan Goku for a total of 10 pieces in this set.

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Rubber Magnet Series Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Rubber Magnet Series
  • Release date: 2012

A set of Dragon Ball Z magnets was re-released in October, 2012 by Dolci Preziosi featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold which had previously been released by Bandai. Included in this 2012 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gotenks, Gohan, Master Roshi, Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Goku, Goku, and Kami. Buu is seen in a flying position as he maintains a smile on his face.

Salati Preziosi

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Rubber Magnet Series including Majin Buu

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

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

Preziosi Collection

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Preziosi Collection Majin Buu strap

  • Preziosi Collection Dragon Ball Z
  • Release date: 2007

This series is a re-release of the Dolci Preziosi set in strap format. The original set was released with mini bases in 2006 and this set was released in February, 2007. Majin Buu appears in the same stance as prior, this time attached to a five-star Dragon Ball. Others included in this set and the attached Dragon Ball numeric are as follows: Frieza (five-star), Kid Gohan (seven-star), Future Trunks (six-star), Super Saiyan Vegito (one-star), Super Saiyan Goku (three-star), Piccolo (one-star), Gotenks (six-star), Vegeta (two-star), and Perfect Cell (four-star). There are 10 Dragon Ball Z "Luccioli Cercasuoni!" in this set. Each figurine lights up when the phone rings and also when you call or receive messages. They are meant to be used on phone straps and are a very nice feature.

Panini

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DBZ Premium Series Majin Buu miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball Z Premium series
  • Release date: 2001

Italian company Panini has released a unique sticker series in May 2001 that has included figurines within its mini cellophane trading card pamphlets entitled "Dragon Ball Z Premium" and has "Special Stickers" written on the cover as well as the Panini logo. This miniature Majin Buu figurine is on par with the "Saga Continues" Irwin line and the "Super Guerriers" AB Groupe line. It is modeled very similar to these sculpts and is the very same piece from the "Battle Brusher" package released in 1995 by Bandai and comes in the same height bracket. As a miniature collectible, Majin Buu is seen with both hands stretched outward and kept to his sides. He is seen with a joyous expression and there is much detail on this piece even for a miniature figurine, making it a very nice collectible at this scale.

Taki

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Fuwa-Deka Squeeze Majin Buu figurine

  • Fuwa-Deka Squeeze Series
  • Release date: 2007

Released in late November, 2007 by Taki Corporation comes this 35cm (13.77 inches) Majin Buu "Fuwa-Deka Squeeze" figure. The figure is made of a soft polyurethane (PU) polymer with a sponge-like texture. Majin Buu also comes with a polyester fabric cape. As a large-scale soft piece, this is one of Taki Corporation's rare pieces and one of the only ones to be released that is made from these materials. The piece can be squeezed like a cushion quite well as it generally sinks in and goes back to its normal state when let go.

86Hero

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Majin Buu Coin Bank

  • Dragon Ball Z Coin Bank
  • Release date: 2009

Released in July, 2009, this Coin Bank features Majin Buu sitting and punching upward with a smile on his face. He comes in a pink boxart with Majin Buu's image on one side and the Majin insignia on the other side. The packaging is unique and the piece is manufactured by 86Hero. The coin bank is made of PVC and it stands in a similar position as the Genesis model of Majin Buu.

Genesis

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Soft Vinyl Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Soft Vinyl
  • Release date: 2010

This soft vinyl piece of Majin Buu was made by the Genesis Company. It features the same position as 86Hero's Majin Buu coin bank piece. Released on July 20th, 2010, this piece stands at 300mm (11.7 inches). Majin Buu is one of Genesis Company's only Dragon Ball Z pieces available and is rather large for a vinyl collectible. The character is portrayed in a sitting position as he punches upward and holds a joyous expression.

Great Eastern

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DBZ Majin Buu keychain strap

  • Dragon Ball Z Keychain Series
  • Release date: 2001

A set of Dragon Ball Z keychain straps was released in 2001 by Great Eastern (GE) featuring some of the characters in a rubber die cut mold. Included in this 2003 GE set were Majin Buu, Kid Trunks, and Teen Gohan (Great Saiyaman Saga). Majin Buu is seen in a jumping posture, his arms and legs outstretched as he holds an infantile laughing expression and is seen hovering. His cape is seen in movement and the piece is approximately 3 inches wide and 2.5 inches tall.

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Majin Buu 10 inch plush

  • Dragon Ball Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Released by Great Eastern, this Majin Buu plush stands at approximately 10 inches (26cm) in height and has been depicted in a large-scale format as well as having a tag featuring Super Saiyan Goku attached to him. Additionally, he has a purple cape and his yellow gloves and boots. Buu is portrayed with an infantile smile on his face. This is a unique plush at this scale as it is one of the most recent plush pieces and the only plush piece of Majin Buu offered by Great Eastern. The UPC numeric for this piece is GE-8965. Another plush piece included in this assortment and offered by Great Eastern is Imperfect Cell (UPC GE-8991).

KFC

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KFC Battle of Gods Promo Majin Buu bottle

  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Dragon Bottle Promotional
  • Release date: 2013

The Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) division in Japan had a very unique Dragon Ball Z promotion celebrating the Battle of Gods release. The promotion started February 28th, 2013 as a set of "Dragon Bottles" were included in the meals. Japanese KFC's also collected these bottles for a black box set entitled "Dragon Bottle Complete Box." There are eight different Dragon Bottles, each with an image of a character from the movie and another distinct symbol, kanji, logo, or variation on the opposite side detailing the featured character. Each bottle is topped with a glowing cap designed in the shape of the seven Dragon Balls. One of the bottles also holds the shape of Super Saiyan Goku's hair. As an additional promotion, the first 200 people that were to enter each KFC restaurant and purchase the Dragon Bottle Complete Box Set would also receive a KFC movie poster of Battle of Gods. The bottles and their designated colors and reverse attributes are as follows: Vegeta with Vegeta's armor on reverse side (blue bottle and one-star Dragon Ball), Piccolo with the kanji "Ma" meaning "Demon" on reverse side (green bottle and two-star Dragon Ball), Krillin with the kanji "Kame" meaning "Turtle" on reverse side (orange bottle and three-star Dragon Ball), Goku with the translation of his name as the kanji on the reverse side (red bottle and four-star Dragon Ball), Bulma with the Capsule Corporation logo on the reverse side (yellow bottle and five-star Dragon Ball), Goten with Trunks as they attempt to fuse and the Gotenks fusion on the reverse side (pink bottle and six-star Dragon Ball), Majin Buu with the Majin insignia on the reverse side (purple bottle and seven-star Dragon Ball), and Super Saiyan Goku with Shenron on the reverse side (gold bottle and Super Saiyan hair as lid).

McDonald's

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McDonald's Promotional Majin Buu spin top

  • McDonald's Promotional Dragon Ball Z Spin Tops
  • Release date: 2007

McDonald's has had promotional toys released in 2007 as a wave of Spin Tops with each character's torso being visible on the upper portion of each piece. These tops were a Japan exclusive to participating McDonald's locations in Japan. Majin Buu is included in this set with a pink spin top. There are four different tops to collect in this set, including Majin Buu (pink spin top), Goku (orange spin top), Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks (yellow spin top), and Super Saiyan Vegito (dark navy blue spin top). These are the four separate bagged packs that can be obtained.

Sticker Design

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Mini Toys Serie 1 including Majin Buu figurine

  • Mini Toys Serie 1
  • Release date: 2008

Argentinian distribution company Sticker Design (SD) re-released the mini figurine of Majin Buu sitting on a Dragon Ball originally released by Bandai in a series called "Dragon Ball Z Mini Toys" and the set is entitled "Serie 1." Additional details on the packaging include "1 Mini Toy + Action Card De Regalo." Included in each package is a glossy action card which has a 3D effect to the prism front. Each shifts an image of the characters on the cards. The mini toys themselves remain the same as the base set released previously by Bandai and SenSei. Pieces included in the Serie 1 set are Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, Yajirobe, Kid Gohan, Goku (end of DBZ), Majin Buu, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Shenron, Gotenks, Nappa, Kami, Kid Goten, Kid Trunks, Gohan with Great Saiyaman outfit, Uub, King Kai, Chi-Chi, Bulma, and Goku.

Cospa

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Dragon Ball Z Pinched Strap Majin Buu

  • Dragon Ball Z Pinched Strap
  • Release date: 2014

A very unique set of pinched straps featuring Dragon Ball Z characters is set to be released by Cospa in late May, 2014. These hanging-style pinched pieces are made of soft rubber and are approximately 6.6 x 4.2cm in size. Each piece in the set includes an earphone jack plug attachment. The earphone jack pin is great for decorative purposes but is not designed for hanging cellphones. Characters included in this set are Frieza in his final form, Piccolo, Majin Buu, Bulma, Vegeta, and Goku.

Funko

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Funko Pop! Series Majin Buu piece

  • Funko Pop! Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: 2016

Funko Pop! Vinyl Series has included a few pieces from the Dragon Ball Z anime and manga, including the infantile yet unpredictable Majin Buu in Pop! Vinyl style. This Dragon Ball Z Majin Buu Pop! Vinyl Figure stands at approximately 3 3/4-inches tall and is set for an July, 2016 release date. The full Dragon Ball Z series 2 and Dragon Ball set of the second wave includes Future Trunks, Kid Gohan, Krillin, and Bulma, and Majin Buu. Each piece retains the bobble feature as well as being crafted in the tradition of the repertoire of numerous Pop! Vinyl franchise pieces previously released by Funko. Majin Buu is figurine number 111.

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Funko Pop! Series Majin Buu exclusive chocolate variant

  • Funko Pop! Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: 2016

Funko Pop! Vinyl Series has included a few pieces from the Dragon Ball Z anime and manga, including the infantile yet unpredictable Majin Buu in Pop! Vinyl style. This Dragon Ball Z Majin Buu Pop! Vinyl Figure stands at approximately 3 3/4-inches tall and is set for a September, 2016 release date as an exclusive for the Dragon Con and is limited to 2000 pieces for this convention. Each piece retains the bobble feature as well as being crafted in the tradition of the repertoire of numerous Pop! Vinyl franchise pieces previously released by Funko. Majin Buu is figurine number 111. This figurine is a special repaint variant of the original piece featured in wave 2 and depicts Majin Buu with a chocolate layer as well as having the Dragon Con sticker featured on the packaging front.

JPP Amada

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Purakore Retsuden Series Super Saiyan Goku, Majin Buu, and King Kai color piece

  • Dragon Ball Z Purakore Retsuden
  • Release date: 2006

Aside from Amada's wide range of laminates, foil, and trading card sets, there have been a few collectible pieces released as well. JPP Amada revealed a set of six colored variants of the Purakore Retsuden standees as punch-out and stand-up plastic pieces in April, 2006. These are the same as the Purakore pieces simultaneously released in a mono-color gold chrome base and a white-color base. There are three variations of each of these pieces available. Those made available in this format are A) Frieza (portrayed in his second and final form on one piece) along with a Namekian frog and a five-star Dragon Ball, B) Kid Gohan with Super Saiyan Teen Gohan and a sword, kanji, a one-star Dragon Ball and a few apples, C) Super Saiyan Goku with King Kai and Majin Buu in the background along with a four-star Dragon Ball, D) Future Trunks with Kid Gohan, a three-star and seven-star ball and an image of Shenron as well as the message of "Hope", E) Super Saiyan Future Trunks with Android 17 and Android 18 in the background and a six-star Dragon Ball and lastly, F) Super Vegeta with a two-star Dragon Ball, a space pod, and Semi-Perfect Cell getting kicked by Super Vegeta.

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Purakore Retsuden Super Saiyan Goku, Majin Buu, and King Kai gold color piece

  • Dragon Ball Z Purakore Retsuden
  • Release date: 2006

Aside from Amada's wide range of laminates, foil, and trading card sets, there have been a few collectible pieces released as well. JPP Amada revealed a set of six different mono-color, white-base, and colored variants of standees in April, 2006 as punch-out and stand-up plastic pieces. Each of these pieces came in a gold base and featured a punch-out and stand-up style. These are packaged in mini-wrap although the color version and white-color base would simultaneously be packaged in a unique backboard for each piece. Those made available in this format are A) Frieza (portrayed in his second and final form on one piece) along with a Namekian frog and a five-star Dragon Ball, B) Kid Gohan with Super Saiyan Teen Gohan and a sword, kanji, a one-star Dragon Ball and a few apples, C) Super Saiyan Goku with King Kai and Majin Buu in the background along with a four-star Dragon Ball, D) Future Trunks with Kid Gohan, a three-star and seven-star ball and an image of Shenron as well as the message of "Hope", E) Super Saiyan Future Trunks with Android 17 and Android 18 in the background and a six-star Dragon Ball and lastly, F) Super Vegeta with a two-star Dragon Ball, a space pod, and Semi-Perfect Cell getting kicked by Super Vegeta.

PurakoreGokuKingKaiBuu

Purakore Retsuden Series Super Saiyan Goku, Majin Buu, and King Kai white base piece

  • Dragon Ball Z Purakore Retsuden
  • Release date: 2006

Aside from Amada's wide range of laminates, foil, and trading card sets, there have been a few collectible pieces released as well. JPP Amada revealed a set of six colored variants of the Purakore Retsuden standees as punch-out and stand-up plastic pieces in 2006. These are the same as the Purakore pieces simultaneously released in a multi-color base and gold chrome base, additionally packed as a white-color base. Those made available in this format are A) Frieza (portrayed in his second and final form on one piece) along with a Namekian frog and a five-star Dragon Ball, B) Kid Gohan with Super Saiyan Teen Gohan and a sword, kanji, a one-star Dragon Ball and a few apples, C) Super Saiyan Goku with King Kai and Majin Buu in the background along with a four-star Dragon Ball, D) Future Trunks with Kid Gohan, a three-star and seven-star ball and an image of Shenron as well as the message of "Hope", E) Super Saiyan Future Trunks with Android 17 and Android 18 in the background and a six-star Dragon Ball and lastly, F) Super Vegeta with a two-star Dragon Ball, a space pod, and Semi-Perfect Cell getting kicked by Super Vegeta.

Mexican Manufacturer

MexManuBuu

Mexican Manufactured Majin 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 yellow hue. These figures are similar molds to the Super Guerriers and SBC figures released earlier. This specific Majin 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 Manufactured Majin Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold for this Majin Buu 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 cape is made of clothing material and the model itself is slightly similar to the Super Battle Collection piece albeit having major differences. The holes on his head and the indents for his eyes and mouth are implemented with black coloring and the piece itself has very minimal articulation.

Peruvian Manufacturer

PeruBoo

Battle of Gods Rubber Transparent Majin Buu figurine

  • Battle of Gods Rubber Transparent Series
  • Release date: 2013

This rubber transparent set released in Peru has included characters from the Battle of Gods movie, the figurines appearing in numerous transparent hues including dark yellow, light yellow, green, purple, red, white, blue, and orange. These figurines are rubber and are very detailed for their size. Majin Buu appears in this set with both hands punching up victoriously as he celebrates. Other pieces included in this same Peruvian set are Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, 2 variants of Beerus, Kid Trunks, King Kai, Whis, Piccolo, and Mr. Satan.

Chinese Manufacturer

FullColorBattleVol7Set

Full Color Battle Volume including Majin Buu

  • Full Color Battle
  • Release date: Unknown

This set was a re-release of the Battle Brusher set previously released by Bandai. This is the Chinese version of the same 5-piece set including Majin Buu, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Kid Trunks, and Super Saiyan Vegito (named Vegget on the packaging back). This set is entitled "Full Color Battle" as opposed to the Battle Brusher title given by Bandai but holds the same molds albeit having slightly less accurate of a paint job. The packaging front holds a light blue and red color and features two images of Goku from Dragon Ball GT and one image of Super Saiyan 3 Goku in the center.

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Plastic Cement Model Series Majin Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Plastic Cement Model Series
  • Release date: Unknown

The Dragon Ball Z Plastic Cement Model series is a re-pack of the previously released Bandai Hybrid Action pieces. They are designated as rotatable Dragon Ball Z figures and are notated as "Plastic Cement Model" on the packaging front. This specific piece stands at 115mm (4.52 inches) and the package weight is approximately 187 grams. The packaging features images of the figures as well as Super Saiyan 3 Goku on the box front along with a golden Shenron design encasing the full package. Characters included in this set are Majin Buu, Perfect Cell, Piccolo, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku blasting, Super Saiyan Goku prepared, Goku blasting, Future Trunks, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Vegeta (gold chrome hair), Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta for a total of 14 pieces in the full set.

MajBooSaiya

Super Saiyajin Son Gokou Series Majin Buu figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Super Saiyajin SonGokou Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This piece is a re-release of the DX Vinyl style Majin Buu piece released by Banpresto. It comes in a brand new yellow packaging with images of Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT characters around the box itself. There's also an image of Majin Buu on the back of the packaging. This figure pertains to the "Super Saiyajin SonGokou" series of figures released by the Chinese manufacturers. Additionally, Majin Buu is named "Boo" on the front of the packaging itself. Aside from being produced as a Chinese variant, the piece holds the same posture as the DX figure.

MajBoopieceSBC

Super Battle Collection Majin Buu piece

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

This set was a re-release of the Super Battle Collection Majin 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. The Majin Buu figure still comes with his cape, which can be attached and detached.

French Manufacturer

MajinBuuFrenchChrome

Majin Buu Chrome piece

  • Chrome Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu chrome piece is the same mold as the Super Guerriers Coffret No. 16. Majin Buu is seen pointing with an angered expression as he rests his other hand on his waist. His cape is seen flowing behind him. The piece is a great replica of the Super Guerriers mold and this French-made golden chrome variant also holds the same model as the Cremino piece of the same stance.

Japanese Manufacturer

GachaToySetA

Gacha Gacha RC Remote Control Figurine Set including Majin Buu

  • Gacha Gacha Remote Control Figurine Set
  • Release date: 2014

A Recent Dragon Ball Kai set includes 4 different figurines with miniature gashapon packaging, each with an RC (remote control) feature. Each piece drives its own vehicle and comes with a round mini controller. The figurines come with a set of Japanese instructions. The packaging also includes a capsule for the case. Additional details include the power specifications for the button battery (LR44) with 3 testers included. The full set includes Frieza with hoverchair and purple controller, Goku with Nimbus cloud and orange controller, Vegeta with space pod and blue controller, and Majin Buu flying on top of his belly.

Model Kits

BookitA

Majin Buu laughing model kit

  • Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2007

Two variants of Majin Buu in a standing position were released in 2007 in model kit format. The first showcases Majin Buu with a laughing expression holding a teasing touch. He is seen with both gloves resting against his sides as he holds a somewhat wicked reaction. The piece holds the same model base as the second variant although his arms and face are the differentiating factors of the piece.

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Majin Buu smiling model kit

  • Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2007

Two variants of Majin Buu in a standing position were released in 2007 in model kit format. The second showcases Majin Buu with a smiling expression holding a confident yet infantile demeanor. He is seen with both arms dangling to his sides as he holds a peaceful expression. The piece holds the same model base as the first variant although his arms and face are the differentiating factors of the piece.

MajinBooAndBeeResin

Majin Buu and Bee resin model kit

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

Released sometime after 2008, this resin-based model kit features Majin Buu along with his puppy, Bee. Standing at approximately 220mm in height, the piece is exceptionally painted. The piece comes with a base and is a great statuette for display. The set is very limited and comes in a white box. Majin Buu is seen with his hands raised mid-way as his tongue is seen sticking out and his antenna is seen in movement while Bee the puppy is seen standing on the concrete style ground base with a smile.

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Majin Buu flying model kit

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

Released around 2012, this Majin Buu model kit is a great portrayal of the plump Djinn as he is seen soaring through the sky with a joyous smiling expression on his face. The base is a concrete style and is attached to the bottom of the piece as it is connected through a transparent rod. This is a great depiction of Majin Buu as he is in movement, from the flow of his cape to his hands kept in front as he speeds through the sky.

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Majin Buu in pajamas statue

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

This detailed model kit portrays Majin Buu as he is seen resting in his pajamas in his self-made house. The circular chair holds him in a curl as he rests in a cocoon-style format in a round resting pose, his hands on his belly as he is tilted back and holds a smile as his expression. The pajamas are colored in an airbrush technique and add depth to his posture and have a great amount of shadow effect. This is a very unique piece both for personifying Buu's infantile nature as well as distinguishing his persona.

ResinBooBW

Majin Buu black and white statue

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

This black-and-white style Majin Buu resin-based model kit statue is a great depiction of the character in this state. He is seen raising his hand up and his finger sticking upward. The shading and shadows are very similar to the Soul of Hyper Figuration in their inception and design albeit being used on a large-scale piece and differing slightly in terms of the coloring scheme. The piece is very unique due to having this grayscale style as well as being one of Majin Buu's memorable victory poses.

BooKitBase

Majin Buu mini statuette

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

This miniature resin-based model kit stands at 4.5 inches in height and has a flat base as its stand along with the Dragon Ball Z letters carved in front in a bronze color. The statue has a very unique facial expression as his eyes are designed very close to each other and his sculpt is detailed in a mini big head chibi format. He maintains his hands dangling beside him as his feet are spread out along the base and his head is sized larger in size bracket.

Unknown

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3 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 3 inches and is seen in a grabbing position with a smiling expression. His cape is sized slightly smaller than the average plush pieces. Additionally, the backside of the piece features a hanger for easy hanging in a room or a car. This is a great decorative piece as well as a nice mini collectible.

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Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush is rather large-scale and holds a laughing expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring an image of Shenron and the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique design for his mouth, having a red coloring used for his sewn tongue and a black interior for the portion surrounding his tongue.

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6 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 6 inches and holds a tongue-out expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept in front of him. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring an image of Shenron and the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique posture with his hands.

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6 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 6 inches and holds a happy laughing expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept in front of him, both raised up. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique posture with his hands. The mouth is sewn in a different method from the rest of the plush.

19cmMajBooB

7.4 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 7.4 inches (19cm) and holds a tongue-out expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring an image of Shenron and the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique posture with his hands, albeit having his tongue out as another Buu plush.

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8 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 8 inches and holds a smiling expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique posture and additionally comes with a suction cup attached to the hanger for easy clip-on hanging.

Booplushmini

Mini Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu mini plush is seen sitting with a smile on his face and his hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring the Dragon Ball logo written in characters and an image of Shenron depicted on the square tag. This is one of the smallest Majin Buu plush pieces but is still highly detailed.

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Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush is seen sitting with a smile on his face and his hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a very small material tag attached to it. This is one of the smaller Majin Buu plush pieces but is still highly detailed. It is also a different material in terms of the sewing and features separately sewn pieces on the plush itself, including his vest, cape, and belt area. His body, boots, and gloves are a different texture and this makes it a unique plush.

10inchBoo

10 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 10 inches and holds a smiling expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept in front of him. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique position. He is depicted sitting down and he is slightly more plump in construct. Additionally, he comes with a "Squeeze Me" writing attached to his glove on one hand, which initiates an action. The head is sized slightly larger to better depict the chibi style. His mouth is also sewn differently and features a dark pink color.

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Majin Buu Squeeze plush variant

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush is seen with a smiling expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring an image of Shenron and the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique position. He is depicted sitting down and he is slightly more plump in construct. Additionally, he comes with a "Squeeze Me" writing attached to his glove on one hand, which initiates an action. The writing on his glove is sewn with a red background. His mouth is also sewn differently and features a dark pink color.

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10 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush stands at 10 inches and holds a smiling expression in a cute manner. His hands are kept to his sides. The plush comes with a tag attached to it featuring an image of Shenron and the Dragon Ball logo written in characters. This piece differs from other plush pieces of Majin Buu as it holds a unique position. He is depicted sitting down and he is slightly more plump in construct. Additionally, he comes with a "Squeeze Me" writing attached to his glove on one hand, which initiates an action. The head is sized slightly larger to better depict the chibi style.

PlushbooA

11 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush piece is seen in a flying posture, his hand raised up and the other kept to his side. He is seen in a celebratory position and a smile on his face. This plush stands at 11 inches and is a unique plush piece as it features Majin Buu in this unique position. His cape is also slightly longer and his head size is on par with the body as opposed to other Majin Buu plush pieces.

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12 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush piece is seen in a sitting posture, his hands being kept to his sides and a smiling expression on his face. This plush stands at 12 inches and is a unique plush piece as it features Majin Buu in this position. He is depicted slightly more plump for this piece and his mouth is sewn in a different material.

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16 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush piece is seen in a sitting posture, his hands being kept to his sides while outstretched and a smiling expression on his face. This plush stands at 16 inches (41cm) and is a unique plush piece as it features Majin Buu in this position. He is depicted slightly more plump for this piece and his mouth is sewn in a different material. This piece is very similar to the 12 inch piece in construct and design aside from being a larger variant of that same plush.

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18 inch Majin Buu plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush piece is seen in a sitting posture, his hands being kept to his sides and a smiling expression on his face. This plush stands at 18 inches (45cm) and is a very close replica of Banpresto's sitting plush piece as it features Majin Buu in this position. This piece is very similar to the Banpresto sitting Buu plush pieces in numerous sizes by its construct and design. However, this is one of Buu's largest giant size plush pieces to be produced.

Boo7inch

7 inch Majin Buu laying plush

  • Dragon Ball Z Plush Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush piece is seen in a laying posture, his hands being spread out as he is seen laying on his stomach and a smile on his face. This is a great depiction of the scene where Buu lays down as Mr. Satan asks him to take a photograph with him. This plush stands at 7 inches in length when stood up, albeit being in a laying posture normally. Additionally, it is a unique plush piece as it features Majin Buu in this position.

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Cushion Carry Case Majin Buu grinning piece

  • Cushion Carry Case Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu plush style cushion carry case with a grinning expression stands at 10cm and is a very unique piece. The back of the case has a slot where materials and items can be held. His antenna is seen spiraling to his back and there is also a logo of the Dragon Ball Z letters imprinted in characters on the bottom of his back side. The grinning expression depicted on the piece featured Buu's gritted teeth.

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Cushion Pillow Set Majin Buu laughing piece

  • Cushion Pillow Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This Majin Buu cushion pillow with a laughing expression is another very unique plush style piece. His antenna is seen spiraling upward and there is also a logo attached to the cushion and has the Dragon Ball Z letters on it. The laughing expression depicted on the piece features the interior of Buu's mouth, which in this case is colored red.

DBZChainBoo

5-Link Keychain set including Majin Buu

  • 5-Link Keychain Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A series of 3 different 5-link keyrings was released. Each came with 5 different characters from certain sagas. The first set included Majin Buu, Piccolo, Vegeta, Krillin, and Super Saiyan Goku. The second set included Puar, Bulma, Chi-Chi, Kid Goku, and Master Roshi. The third set included Goten, Pan, Korin, Kid Gohan, and Future Trunks. All these pieces are a metallic cast and feature a shiny outline. They are all connected to a primary keychain and linked to each other.

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Strap set including Majin Buu

  • Strap Series Set
  • Release date: Unknown

A series of different straps was released. The assortment came with 5 different pieces, the same pieces from the aforementioned keyring set as straps. All these pieces are a metallic cast and feature a shiny outline. They are all connected to a different-color keychain. The unique strap set included the following pieces with the designated strap colors: Super Saiyan Goku (GT) [yellow], Piccolo [blue], Vegeta [black], Krillin [purple], and Majin Buu [red]. The backboard for this set features images of various Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball GT characters.

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