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There are currently a total of 94 Nappa 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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Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z series Nappa figure

  • Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z series
  • Release date: 2003

The initial AB series of “Super Guerriers Articules” figures had a large repertoire of figures which would be re-released under multiple under licensed companies. This specific piece was originally produced in 1996 (dated 1989) by AB Groupe but did not see a proper release until 2003 under the “Giochi Preziosi” lineup. Nappa was quite a rarity as a 5.5 inch figure. Due to being a limited release exclusive to European collectors, the figure’s release date and actual original company remain a mystery. However, the model’s production being in 1996 and under AB’s run is a definite conclusive piece of information about this figure. It is unknown why this figure was not released in the original Super Guerriers lineup in 1996 along with the rest of the figures in that set. But it did have an official release by Giochi Preziosi in 2003, albeit being the only official release of the figure. This is Nappa’s only 5 inch scale model at the basic figure height other than the Irwin and Jakks model, which actually surfaced prior to this piece. This is likely one of Nappa's best figures in terms of height. The figure comes with his scouter and displays his militant warrior-like expression, giving a precise depiction to this Earth invader. The actual detail on Nappa’s face here is an acceptable likeness for an AB produced piece, being one of the best designed by the company. All his intricate details remain intact, including his armor, boots, and scouter. It is unknown why this piece was not released until 2003 but many collectors have deemed it a chase figure due to its limited supply and unusual release date.

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Giochi Preziosi Nappa miniature figurine

  • Giochi Preziosi miniature series
  • Release date: 2003

The initial AB series of “Super Guerriers Articules” figures had a large repertoire of figures which would be re-released under multiple under licensed companies. This specific piece was originally produced in 1996 (dated 1989) by AB Groupe but did not see a proper release until 2003 under the “Giochi Preziosi” lineup. This figurine was on scale with the Super Guerriers lineup released by AB in 1996 in the Coffret sets. Similar to the same miniature sets and produced by AB, it was released by Giochi Preziosi in 2003. The Nappa figurine fits in well with the rest of the AB Groupe Super Guerriers Coffret sets and the previously released Saga Continues lineup under Kidzbiz and Irwin Toy.

Bandai

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Part 2 Keshi Set Nappa

  • Part 2 Keshi Set
  • Release date: 1989

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

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Part 6 Keshi Set Nappa with hair

  • Part 6 Keshi Set
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Part 6 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the first Dragon Ball Z movies, including the Lord Slug movie and some characters from the Bardock Special. Nappa is included in the part 6 set and a very unique distinctive attribute pertaining to this piece is that it portrays Nappa with hair as he is seen in the Bardock Special. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Planthorr, Bardock, Borgos, Fasha, Shugesh, Tora, Nappa, Goku, two variants of Gohan, baby Goku, Prince Vegeta, Icarus, Toolo, and a Meatian.

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Kurosu Part 2 Nappa snap-together figurine

  • Keshi-Gomu Kurosu Part 2 Snap-Together figurine series
  • Release date: 1991

Bandai has released a set of collectible Kurosu (Cross) Keshi 1.5 inch snap-together figurines that have included a few of Frieza's elites. This Nappa figurine was released in the early 90's and is a great addition to the snap-together sets available. Nappa comes in a random-colored base with his removable chest-piece and armor (which is another color), which allows to be snapped onto his torso. The figurine is one of the very first Nappa pieces ever made, albeit not having any pose-ability features nor joints to maneuver his stances. The figurine stands at a perfect direct position with both hands beside him and both legs in unison. Even for a miniature gashapon piece, the figurine is very highly detailed. As the Nappa figurine is portrayed without his armor, it can easily be equipped onto the miniature piece. Other characters included in this same collectible gashapon series set are Zarbon, Dodoria, Turles, Raditz, Vegeta, Gohan, Krillin, Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, and Bardock.

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Keshi-Gomu Nappa miniature collectible

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Capsule with Bases
  • Release date: 1990's

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. This figurine is included in a 4-pack circular capsule, with each figure on one side of the capsule. Nappa appears in this mini rubber figurine set and comes with both hands tightly gripped in a prepared stance. This mini figurine has a miniature blue base to stand on. It is, in construct, much like the small toy soldiers that stand on the plastic bases.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Nappa color version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 1
  • Release date: 2004

The original “Soul of Hyper Figuration” series 1 set was released in February 2004 by Bandai, including both gray versions and colored versions of the same figures in the set. Nappa comes standing in this set, with his hands in a gripped posture and a wicked glare across his face. The coloring scheme has a very nice shadow effect in terms of how the paint job is reflected. Others included in this set were Raditz, Bulma, Tien, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Cell, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Future Trunks.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Nappa black and white version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 1
  • Release date: 2004

Also released in February 2004, the gray (black and white) version of the “Soul of Hyper Figuration” release is the same exact figurine but lacking in the color department. There is, however, more impression placed in the form of shadow outlining, which makes the black and white version equally collectible in terms of design. Like the colored version, however, it also comes with a base to stand on. Others included in this set were Raditz, Bulma, Tien, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Cell, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Future Trunks.

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Chara Puchi Miniature Nappa figurine

  • Chara Puchi Miniature Series
  • Release date: 2004

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were not limited to the phone strap series. Released in August, 2004, this specific mini figurine set was dedicated to the Saiyan Saga and incorporated a few characters from the series run. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as a space pod). Nappa is seen with his hands resting on his knees as he sits atop a space pod and comes with a miniature base. Others included in this set and sitting on Dragon Balls are Kid Gohan, Yajirobe, Bulma, Piccolo, Goku, Chi-Chi, King Kai, Kami, and Vegeta (also on top of space pod). Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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HG Collection Part 9 Nappa figurine

  • HG Collection Part 9
  • Release date: 2005

Bandai released its Part 9 set in December, 2005. This set included Super Saiyan Gohan (from History of Trunks), Goku, Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, Super Saiyan Gogeta, Yajirobe with Korin, and of course Nappa, who were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his Exploding Wave posture, Nappa also comes with a miniature transparent stand to aid in perfecting his deadly stance. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce grinning facial reaction and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. This specific Nappa figurine was re-released later as a part of the HG Collection Series SP02 set.

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HG SP02 Nappa yellow armor variant

  • HG Collection SP Part 2
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai released its SP02 set in 2007. This set included two variants of Nappa, one with his yellow armor and one with his brown armor. Others included in this same set are Vegeta (who also has two variants), Raditz, Piccolo, Goku, Goku charging, and Kid Gohan riding atop Turtle. These pieces were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his Exploding Wave posture, Nappa also comes with a miniature transparent stand to aid in perfecting his deadly stance. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce grinning facial reaction and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. This specific Nappa figurine has two variants in this set, this one being the yellow and blue armor variant.

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HG SP02 Nappa brown armor variant

  • HG Collection SP Part 2
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai released its SP02 set in 2007. This set included two variants of Nappa, one with his yellow armor and one with his brown armor. Others included in this same set are Vegeta (who also has two variants), Raditz, Piccolo, Goku, Goku charging, and Kid Gohan riding atop Turtle. These pieces were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his Exploding Wave posture, Nappa also comes with a miniature transparent stand to aid in perfecting his deadly stance. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce grinning facial reaction and overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. This specific Nappa figurine has two variants in this set, this one being the brown and black armor variant.

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Super Deformation Saiyan Invasion Nappa figurine

  • Super Deformation Series Saiyan Invasion
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super “Deformation” series in 2008 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Nappa in this set stands at about 2.1 inches and comes performing his Exploding Wave technique, holding his fingers up as his facial reaction is that of evil delight. The black round base of the figure reads the character’s name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it. Others included in this same set are Raditz, Vegeta, Korin, Piccolo, Krillin, a Saibaman, Yajirobe, Goku, and Gohan.

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Chozokei Damashii Nappa versus Chiaotzu

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration SP Chozokei Damashii Kaio-Ken Times 3
  • Release date: 2008

Another of Bandai’s releases is the Soul of Hyper Figuration “Kaio-Ken Times 3” 2008 set, which was announced in November 2008 and released in December 2008. The set included a figurine duo scene between Nappa and Chiaotzu. Nappa is seen attempting to grab Chiaotzu from behind him, who is preparing to pull off his self-destructive explosion in order to defeat the brutish Nappa. This piece stands at 7 cm and is extremely well-detailed, encompassing numerous angles of movement, particularly in the case of Nappa's arms and legs flailing in numerous directions as he struggles with a strenuous effort to yank Chiaotzu from behind. Other figures included in this set were Raditz, Goku, Piccolo, Tien, Vegeta, Krillin, Yamcha, and Kid Gohan.

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Capsule Goods Part 2 Light-Up Nappa in space pod

  • Dragon Ball Z Capsule Goods Part 2
  • Release date: 2008

A set of light-up space pod keychain pieces were released as a part of the Capsule Goods Part 2 series in 2008. Both Nappa and Vegeta are available in this format, sitting inside their space pods with a special light-up feature on the pods. The interior shows the image of the character with a very unique orange palette. The light-up feature is ignited by pressing a trigger on the top of each space pod. Additionally, both space pods come linked to a chain for easy strap purposes. These are some of the most unique strap pieces released under the Bandai license.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration 3 Figures Set 2 Nappa included

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration 3 Figures Set 2
  • Release date: Unknown

This 3-pack set released by Bandai includes Nappa with Chiaotzu, Raditz, and Vegeta from the Soul of Hyper Figuration 3 Times Kaioken series. The figures and stands remain exactly the same but are re-packaged in a different set which allows all three characters to be obtained in one pack. All three bases come stacked atop each other in the packaging and the characters are seen within some bubble space apart from each other. This pack is Set 2 of 3 different sets available. Set 1 includes Yamcha, Krillin, and Goku while Set 3 includes Tien, Piccolo, and Gohan.

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Chara Puchi Phone Strap Part 7 Nappa

  • Chara Puchi Phone Strap Series 7
  • Release date: 2008

Another release by Bandai is the Chara Puchi Phone Strap series in December 2008. The figurines in this set stand at about 4.5 cm and Nappa is included in this set (Part 7 of the initial complete series), performing his Exploding Wave technique and maintaining a menacing expression across his face. All the figurines included in this set come with mini Dragon Balls dangling alongside their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Nappa’s Dragon Ball is the 3 star ball, whilst the other characters come with another numeric, completing the full set. Others included in this set are Goku, a pair of Saibamen, Piccolo, Vegeta (two versions), Kid Gohan with sword, and a Great Ape Gohan.

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SG Collection series 1 Nappa

  • SG Collection series 1
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai’s repaints were a common venture and it was no exception when it came to the Dragon Ball Kai SG Collection series. The Volume 1 set was released in August 2009 and included a repertoire of characters in red, blue, and yellow coloring schemes. These were all the same as their original HG Collection pieces in terms of the models but the paint job was altered just for this specific set. Spanning the Vegeta saga and some of the movies which revolved around Saiyan-related characters, the SG series 1 set included the following characters and their pertaining color scheme in accordance: Broly (Yellow), Vegeta (Blue), Goku in charging position (Red), Raditz (Red), Nappa (Blue), Bardock (Blue), Yajirobe (Yellow), Gogeta (Red), Krillin (Blue), Goku in battle stance (Blue), Chiaotzu (Yellow), Piccolo (Yellow), Tien (Red), and Kid Gohan (Blue).

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Dragon Ball Kai Action Pose Nappa

  • Dragon Ball Kai Action Pose
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai has also released a set of miniature suction cup figurines in their combat stances called “Action Pose.” This set has incorporated Nappa amongst others from the Saiyan Saga. The Nappa figurine comes with his arms crossed, as he maintains a serious posture. The figurine is unique in the sense that it’s a chibi-styled piece but maintains a serious reaction. Of course, Nappa's head is scaled slightly larger to better depict the chibi style, although maintaining his overall detail and features in a simultaneous replication. Others included in this same set are Raditz, Vegeta, Goku, a Dragon Ball being held by Shenron's hand, and a Great Ape (likely Gohan).

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HG Collection Part 22 Nappa figurine

  • HG Collection Part 22
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai released its Part 22 set in September, 2009. This set included Super Saiyan Gohan (from History of Trunks), Goku, Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Goku (two variants, one gold and one base color), a pair of Saibamen, and of course Nappa, who were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his propelling blast stance, Nappa also comes with a miniature transparent stand to aid in perfecting his deadly stance. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his vicious screaming reaction as he is about to unleash a devastating blow to his opponent and the overall paint job being extremely on the mark. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls.

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RealWorks Volume 8 Nappa figurine

  • RealWorks Part 8
  • Release date: 2009

The Real Works series are some of the most highly detailed for a collectible series at a basic scale. Most figurines in this set have seen numerous re-releases. Originally released on October 12, 2009, pieces featured in this Volume 8 set are Nappa, Raditz, Turles Vegeta, Goku and Kid Gohan with a Saibaman. The Nappa figurine in this set features a very nice battle-ready stance, maintaining one of his hands in a grip near his waist and the other placed in front of him in a punching motion. These pieces also come with an orange base to stand on, signifying that they are from this specific Real Works set.

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Dragon Ball Z Deformation Part 7 Nappa figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Deformation Series 7
  • Release date: 2010

Bandai's Part 7 set of the Deformation series was announced in December 2009 and released in January 2010 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Nappa in this set stands at 1.75 inches and comes in his deadly charging motion, where he maintains a fighting stance and grips one hand near his chest and the other is held up in a martial arts maneuver. The black round base of the figure reads the character’s name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it. Other pieces included in this same Part 7 set are Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Raditz, Frieza in his first form, Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Chiaotzu, Gohan, and a secret figure (Prince Vegeta, who is seen in his young age).

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DBZ UDM Burst Volume 04 Nappa

  • Dragon Ball Z UDM Burst Volume 04
  • Release date: 2013

Continuing its tradition of Ultimate Deformed Mascot Phone Strap pieces, the next Burst series has been unveiled to be released in December, 2013. The figurines in this set stand at about 3 cm (40mm) and Nappa is included in this set, preparing to unleash his devastating Exploding Wave technique as a spark of purple shards emanates from under him. Nappa is seen lifting his fingers and maintaining his vicious smile. Nappa's sinister expression adds detail to the portrayal of his full ferocity. He maintains a fearsome appearance although he 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 Dragon Ball Z UDM Burst Volume 04 set are Bills, Super Saiyan Teen Future Trunks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and two variants of Vegeta (one with his original orange and green armor from his first appearance and the other with his brown and white armor).

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DBZ & DBGT UDM Best series Nappa

  • DBZ & DBGT Ultimate Deformed Mascot Best Series Volume 7
  • Release date: 2014

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 August, 2014. The figurines in this set stand at about 3 cm (40mm) and Nappa is included in this set, showcased with a sinister smile as he wears his scouter and prepares his Exploding Wave 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 Best set are Super Saiyan Broly, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Vegeta, and an adult Gotenks (Dragon Ball Heroes version).

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Tamashii Buddies Nappa figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Tamashii Buddies
  • Release date: 2015

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

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S.H. Figuarts Nappa figure

  • S.H. Figuarts Figure Series
  • Release date: Scheduled

This extremely pose-able Nappa figure was first announced in the end of 2012 by Bandai. Initially revealed in 2012, it's release date has been pushed back and it is the next in the S.H. Figuarts lineup for the Dragon Ball characters. Nappa's facial reaction here is that of complete shock and dismay, likely being a representation of the very scene that he becomes surprised to learn that Goku's power level is 8,000 (9,000 in the Ocean dub). His facial reaction here is on the mark and the detail on his body is excellent. The best feature on this piece is likely his mobility, allowing for his torso to be rotated in a clockwise and counterclockwise motion. This piece is likely the most mobile piece yet for Nappa's character and also one of the most detailed additions under the S.H. Figuarts series.

Banpresto

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UFO Catcher Nappa figure close up

  • UFO Catcher Series 5
  • Release date: 2004

The first Unifive SofVi figurines (5” scale) from series 5 of the Banpresto UFO catcher line of figures was originally released in 2004. These figures come bagged with miniature tags depicting their series numeric and are immobile as their feet do not turn and the articulation is limited. However, the initial paint job and design is remarkable. The Nappa came packaged with an open-front packaging along with the others from the set (King Kai, Vegeta, a pair of Saibamen, and Goku). The Nappa is very hard to come by but is especially well-designed in his battle-ready posture, crouching and maintaining his hands tightly gripped into fists, one near his waist and the other slightly higher. This is the closest likeness at a 5-inch scale offered by Banpresto.

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High Grade Coloring Keychain Nappa figurine

  • High Grade Keychain Series
  • Release date: 2007

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Nappa keychain figure in 2007. The figure stands at approximately 3 inches tall. Also included in this keychain assortment was Vegeta with a pair of Saibamen, Raditz, Goku, and King Kai with Bubbles. The Nappa comes with a reaching-out posture, with great impression and dimension added to his hands and legs, enlarging his stature and portraying him in a brutish manner. The figure still has an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Nappa’s arms, legs, and face, which is made slightly sharper and the overall motion of the muscles, which are greatly bulging and enlarged.

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Hoiboy Challenge Volume 2 Nappa

  • Hoiboy Challenge Volume 2
  • Release date: 2008

Released in October 2008, this addition to the Hoiboy Challenge sets includes Nappa in a miniature format. This piece is included in the volume 2 set in an arms-crossed posture with his legs spread out. Also included in this same volume are Goku, Great Ape Vegeta, and pen-shaped utensil figures of Frieza in his final form, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Kai Super Variant High Grade Coloring Nappa Keychain re-release figurine

  • Kai Super Variant Keychain Figurine Series
  • Release date: 2009

Offering an alternate paint job, Banpresto also re-released a highly detailed Nappa keychain figure in 2009 as a part of the Kai "Super" variant re-release series. The figurine stands at approximately 3 inches tall. The Nappa comes with a reaching-out posture, with great impression and dimension added to his hands and legs, enlarging his stature and portraying him in a brutish manner. The figure still has an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Nappa’s shadows, which is made dimmer and adds greater shading in comparison to the previous High Grade keychain release. Also, the paint job is greatly different from the prior release, being much darker and glossy in terms of the overall appearance. Particularly, the skin tone and shading has an extremely darker glow.

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HSCF Nappa figure

  • HSCF Series
  • Release date: 2009

The HSCF series has been a popular addition by Banpresto including Nappa in the very first installment in 2009 in the “HighSpec Coloring Figure (HSCF)” series 1 assortment. The figure is titled as number 04 in the set and comes in an authentic box and image art. Others in this assortment include Raditz (number 02), Goku (number 01), and Vegeta (number 03). The paint job, unlike any previous releases, is extremely shiny and is a perfect likeness, reminiscent more toward the cel-shaded art of the recent game franchises. The figure comes in the usual posture with his hands tightly gripped into fists and his feet spread apart.

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DBZ007 Nappa figurine

  • DWC Collectible Series Volume 1
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto released DWC series Volume 1 with Nappa in February, 2009. This figure (also standing at 8 cm) comes packaged in a mini-box and displays the featured character in front of the box and others in the same set on the side panel of the box. It is listed as collectible number DBZ007 and is from vol. 1. This Nappa comes with both arms tightly gripped into fists and raised waist-high. The figure also comes with a base to stand on. Others included in this same volume 1 set are Yamcha, Raditz, Goku, a Saibaman, Piccolo, Gohan, and Vegeta.

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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 Nappa tape comes packed with the Majin Buu tape.

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Ichiban Kuji Prize E Nappa Clip Board

  • 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 G, which are a few Saiyan 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). Another accessory was the Prize E set, which are a set of clipboards, each with a scouter attachment and different coloring scheme: Vegeta (blue board with red scouter), Nappa (orange board with red scouter), Bardock (red board with green scouter), and Captain Ginyu in Goku's body (purple board with green scouter).

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DBKai007 Nappa metallic Kai version figurine

  • DWC Collectible Series Kai Volume 1
  • Release date: 2009

The Banpresto DWC vol. 1 includes Nappa as collectible number DBKai007 in the Kai re-release miniature series and was released in November, 2009. The figure comes in the same posture as its original release. These figurines come boxed and in their own authentic case with the character image in front, as do all the other figurines in this set. The Nappa stands at 8 cm and is the second variant of this character to be released in this set. This version, unlike the original release, is colored with a metallic style. The boxart is slightly different, having a blue outline rather than a red one. Others included in this same volume 1 Kai variant set are Yamcha, Raditz, Goku, a Saibaman, Piccolo, Gohan, and Vegeta.

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Max Muscle Mania Volume 1 Nappa figure

  • Max Muscle Mania Volume 1
  • Release date: 2010

Released on January 6, 2010, “Max Muscle Mania Volume 1” has included Nappa encompassing all the enraged fury of a muscle-bound madman. Portrayed in his pumped-up battle-ready and without armor state, Nappa is seen erupting with a massive explosion of rage, with his veins protruding from every inch of muscle and his bulging biceps, torso, and chest pulsating with a severe furious touch. Nappa’s facial reaction is that of a brute, screaming as he erupts with Saiyan might, the very veins on his head pulsing and his eyes stretching across his face from the deranged anger, depicted by the very furious glare of a sinister brute unleashed by his own uncontrollable passion an will to fight.

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Metal Series Chess Collection Box including Nappa

  • Dragon Ball Metal Series Chess Volume 2
  • Release date: 2010

This exclusive chess collection box set was produced in limited supply by Banpresto and released on March 20, 2010. It is designated as the volume 2 metal series set and includes miniature figurines with bases, the likes of which include Nappa, Raditz, Vegeta, Frieza, and a Saibaman. The box packaging is very unique and is designed for this set, capturing the essence of these characters.

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Super Effect Volume 3 Nappa figure

  • Super Effect Volume 3
  • Release date: 2010

Banpresto’s amazing Super Effect series gives life to the Dragon Ball characters in an action-based energy and aura method. Released on June 11, 2010, the volume 3 set of the Super Effect series brings these action pose figures to shine, especially the Nappa piece. Erupting with a light blue and white aura emanating from his powerful hand, the Saiyan elite prepares his astonishingly devastating crackling blast as he roars through the scene. There is enormous detail on every part of this piece, from his fierce expression right down to every bit of muscle intensified by his erupting rage. Nappa is portrayed with dynamic action here along with his suspenseful movement, which emanates a concentrated sparking blast encircling his hand and moving fluently with his own ferocious swipe. The blast itself is the central concentration of the super effect attack of this piece. Other pieces included in this same Super Effect set are Vegeta, Goku, and Kid Gohan.

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Legend of Saiyan series Nappa figurine

  • Legend of Saiyan
  • Release date: 2010

Banpresto has unleashed a wonderful repertoire of figurines in November, 2010 titled "Legend of Saiyan" series. In this set of the collection, Nappa has been included with both hands tightly gripped into fists and raised upward. His vicious expression of ferocious joy is likely a result of the fact that he is going to battle his opponent. He also comes with a hexagonal orange colored base to stand on. Others also included in this same set are King Vegeta, Vegeta, Young Prince Vegeta, and Raditz.

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Keychain series Nappa figurine

  • Dragon Ball Kai Keychain Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2010

In 2010, Banpresto released a Nappa collectible in the form of a keychain and figurine displaying him charging an enormously aura-engulfed blast emanating from his fist, which is being thrust in an uppercut motion. His stance is also very unique as he maintains a crouched position and a wicked smile. The sparks are seen flying as he performs this uppercut maneuver. This piece was included with the Dragon Ball Kai releases as the keychain sets. Others included in this same set are Zarbon, Chiaotzu, Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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Metal Series Die Cast DX Chess Collection Box including Nappa

  • Dragon Ball DX Die Cast Metal Series Chess 2
  • Release date: Unknown

This exclusive chess collection box set was produced in limited supply by Banpresto. This set has included a large repertoire of characters compiled from the 2 previous releases of the Die Cast sets in one volume DX set. It is designated as the DX Die Cast series set and includes miniature figurines with bases which are re-releases of the previous aforementioned set, the likes of which include Nappa, Raditz, King Kai, Yamcha, Gohan, Super Saiyan Goku, Krillin, Vegeta, Frieza, and a Saibaman. The box packaging is very unique and is designed for this set, capturing the essence of these characters.

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SCultures Series 5 Nappa

  • Dragon Ball Kai SCultures Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 5 Figure
  • Release date: 2015

Extremely highly detailed, this figure is likely one of the absolute best designs for Nappa's model sculpts. Very simple assembly is required to fit the figure together and the figure comes in a vicious battle-ready posture as he maintains his gripped hands and legs in preparation. The fierce expression on his face and the detail entailing his muscles, armor, and crouching position makes the figure a phenomenal addition to the SCultures series. Other pieces included in this same Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 5 installment for the SCultures series 5 2015 set are Semi-Perfect Cell, Bardock, Raditz, Super Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku.

MegaHouse

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Nappa and Vegeta diorama color version

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

MegaHouse has released a slew of Gashapon figures in a diorama series entitled Capsule Neo incorporating scenes from the Dragon Ball universe. The first wave involved the Saiyan conflict, which was released in October 2003. Nappa is portrayed standing beside Vegeta in this set, pulling off his Exploding Wave technique, decidedly holding up his fingers. The figure, much like most in this set, came with another character (which in this case was Vegeta). The basic set was released within Dragon Balls and the Gashapons included two figurines, which would be attached to a ground base and showcase a scene from the series. The Nappa came with Vegeta in his first initial MegaHouse appearance.

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Nappa and Vegeta diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

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. Other pieces also included in this same Part 1 set are Goku holding up Nappa's Kaio-ken beaten body, Great Ape Vegeta attempting to pummel Goku, Vegeta and Goku preparing their blast techniques for a deadly beam struggle, Piccolo rushing in front of Gohan to protect him, Goku chasing Bubbles, and Goku holding Gohan while on an island. When all figures are collected, they each bring together a piece that constructs a large Shenron figure.

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Nappa versus Goku diorama color version

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

MegaHouse has released a slew of Gashapon figures in a diorama series entitled Capsule Neo incorporating scenes from the Dragon Ball universe. The first wave involved the Saiyan conflict, which was released in October 2003. Nappa is portrayed after being struck and beaten by Goku's thunderous Kaio-ken technique, being held up by his back as Goku remains strong and determined. The figure, much like most in this set, came with another character (which in this case was Goku). The basic set was released within Dragon Balls and the Gashapons included two figurines, which would be attached to a ground base and showcase a scene from the series. The Nappa came with Goku in his first initial MegaHouse appearance, having two different pieces in the first Capsule Neo set released.

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Nappa versus Goku diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

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. Other pieces also included in this same Part 1 set are Vegeta standing beside Nappa, Great Ape Vegeta attempting to pummel Goku, Vegeta and Goku preparing their blast techniques for a deadly beam struggle, Piccolo rushing in front of Gohan to protect him, Goku chasing Bubbles, and Goku holding Gohan while on an island. When all figures are collected, they each bring together a piece that constructs a large Shenron figure.

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Nappa versus Krillin color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 10
  • Release date: 2006

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in January 2006 came with land to stand on and other additional pieces to form a mystery Gashapon figurine. The insert reads “Dragon Ball Capsule” and the set is considered the Part 10 addition to the series. This specific piece portrays Nappa as he is performing his Exploding Wave technique against Krillin, who is seen in the distance as he barely dodges the ruthless barrage of the fierce attack.

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Nappa versus Krillin gold variant diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 10
  • Release date: 2006

Like many other MegaHouse series, this one also comes with a colored version and a gold version of the same figurines, allowing for two versions of the same figurines to be collected. Other pieces included in this same Part 10 set are Goku attempting to withstand Vegeta's massive eruption, Goku tearing away his clothing, Goku on Snake Way, Turles slamming his knee into Goku's gut, Raditz getting the upper hand against Piccolo and Goku in simultaneous precision, Gohan eating some food, and Gohan erupting with rage due to Piccolo's demise.

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Part 18 Nappa and Vegeta color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 18
  • Release date: 2008

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in July 2008 came with land to stand on and other additional pieces to form a mystery Gashapon figurine. The insert reads “Dragon Ball Capsule” and the set is considered the Part 18 addition to the series. This specific piece portrays Nappa standing beside Vegeta the same way he had been portrayed from the series 1 set. This time, the diorama is redone in a more detailed and vivid style. Nappa still maintains his Exploding Wave technique position and there is a vivid pink and purple hue to the aura emanating around their bodies in a crystallized stature, better depicting the emphasis of Nappa's massive attack.

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Part 18 Nappa and Vegeta gold variant diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 18
  • Release date: 2008

Like many other MegaHouse series, this one also comes with a colored version and a gold version of the same figurines, allowing for two versions of the same figurines to be collected. Other pieces included in this same Part 18 set are revised versions of the Part 1 set, which in this case depict scenes such as Goku holding up Nappa's Kaio-ken beaten body, Great Ape Vegeta attempting to pummel Goku, Vegeta and Goku preparing their blast techniques for a deadly beam struggle, Piccolo rushing in front of Gohan to protect him, Goku chasing Bubbles, Vegeta preparing himself for his Oozaru Great Ape transformation, Goku holding Gohan while on an island, and Gohan riding atop Shenron.

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Part 18 Nappa versus Goku color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 18
  • Release date: 2008

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in July 2008 came with land to stand on and other additional pieces to form a mystery Gashapon figurine. The insert reads “Dragon Ball Capsule” and the set is considered the Part 18 addition to the series. This specific piece portrays Nappa after being pummeled by Goku's speedy Kaio-ken maneuver, the same way he had been portrayed from the series 1 set. This time, the diorama is redone in a more detailed and vivid style. Nappa still maintains his pain-ridden reaction and aching movement as Goku holds him powerfully in a heroic yet deadly stance. This time, there is more emphasis placed on Nappa's battered and bruised body, allowing for scratches and scathed parts of his body to be seen in greater detail, including the reaction of complete agony in Nappa's face, one of his eyes remaining shut and the other portrayed with blood-filled veins.

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Part 18 Nappa versus Goku gold variant diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 18
  • Release date: 2008

Like many other MegaHouse series, this one also comes with a colored version and a gold version of the same figurines, allowing for two versions of the same figurines to be collected. Other pieces included in this same Part 18 set are revised versions of the Part 1 set, which in this case depict scenes such as Nappa and Vegeta standing beside each other as Nappa performs his Exploding Wave technique, Great Ape Vegeta attempting to pummel Goku, Vegeta and Goku preparing their blast techniques for a deadly beam struggle, Piccolo rushing in front of Gohan to protect him, Goku chasing Bubbles, Vegeta preparing himself for his Oozaru Great Ape transformation, Goku holding Gohan while on an island, and Gohan riding atop Shenron.

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Rivals series Nappa color version

  • Capsule Rivals Series
  • Release date: 2009

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in December 2009 came with land to stand on and other additional pieces to form a mystery Gashapon figurine (Vegeta with a rejuvenation chamber). The insert reads “Dragon Ball Capsule” and the set is considered the “Rivals” series.

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Rivals series Nappa gold variant

  • Capsule Rivals Series
  • Release date: 2009

Like many other MegaHouse series, this one also comes with a colored version and a gold version of the same figurines, allowing for two versions of the same figurines to be collected. Included in this set are Nappa, Frieza, Vegeta, Goku, Raditz, Zarbon and Dodoria. The Nappa stands with his hands resting on his waist and is designed for the new Dragon Ball Kai release series.

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Part 24 Nappa and Vegeta color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 24
  • Release date: 2010

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in February 2010 came with land to stand on and other additional pieces to form a mystery Gashapon figurine. The insert reads “Dragon Ball Capsule” and the set is considered the Part 24 addition to the series. This specific piece portrays Nappa standing beside Vegeta the same way he had been portrayed from the series 1 set and series 18 set. This version is exactly the same piece in terms of the model as the series 18 version, except for some very minor color and paint job differences. This time, the diorama is redone in a more detailed and vivid style. Nappa still maintains his Exploding Wave technique position and there is a vivid pink hue to the aura emanating around their bodies in a crystallized stature, better depicting the emphasis of Nappa's massive attack.

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Part 24 Nappa and Vegeta gold variant diorama

  • Capsule Neo Part 24
  • Release date: 2010

Like many other MegaHouse series, this one also comes with a colored version and a gold version of the same figurines, allowing for two versions of the same figurines to be collected. Other pieces included in this same Part 24 set are revised versions of many previous capsule neo collections released prior, which in this case depict scenes such as Piccolo rushing in front of Gohan to protect him, Frieza in his first form rushing in his Hoverchair, Goku holding Gohan while on an island, Super Saiyan Goku charging, Goku facing a final form Frieza, and Raditz getting the upper hand against Piccolo and Goku. The completed set of the Part 24 collection brings together a nice diorama of Goku raising his arms upward as Piccolo, Gohan, Chiaotzu, Krillin, Tien, and Yamcha all encircle the ground around him, forming Earth's Special Forces.

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Capsule Neo Dragon Ball Returns including Goku versus Nappa re-release

  • Capsule Neo Part 28 "Returns"
  • Release date: 2013

This series was announced in October 2013 and included a nice repertoire of dioramas that had previously been released in the slew of MegaHouse Capsule Neo series from the past. This set incorporates numerous scenes from the prior series rather than any newly-made pieces. The same Nappa versus Goku (Goku holding up Nappa) from the Part 18 Capsule Neo set was re-released in this set. Others included in this set are King Kai with Goku (angelic wings), Raditz slamming Piccolo and Goku, Vegeta standing, Piccolo shielding Gohan, Goku tearing off his Gi, Goku chasing Bubbles, and Gohan eating as Piccolo watches in the distance.

Unifive

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Plastic Model and Figure Part 2 Nappa and Spacecraft

  • Plastic Model and Figure Part 2
  • Release date: 2004

This set released by Banpresto in 2004 includes a snap-together piece of a space pod. Also included is a miniature Nappa figurine, which can be seated inside the assembled craft. Although the boxart depicts the craft in full-color, it is actually included in a grayscale format, with a punch-out and snap-together model kit base. The pieces come together perfectly in a smaller scale. The set also includes a Nappa figurine to go along with the pod. The set is a part of the “Plastic Model and Figure Part 2” series and is diorama “C”. Other pieces included in this set and also coming with spacecrafts are Goku (Diorama A), Raditz (Diorama B), Vegeta (Diorama D), and Bardock (Diorama E).

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Posing Series Nappa figure

  • Posing Figure Part 6
  • Release date: 2005

Unifive has released a Posing Figure series set under Banpresto. Unifive was an independent toy company until it was bought by toy giant Bandai in 2001. It was run as a subsidiary of Bandai-owned Banpresto until 2006. The Posing Figure series would be a great highlight of Unifive’s involvement with the Dragon Ball franchise. Nappa was featured as one of the characters in this Part 6 set released by Unifive in January 2005. The Posing figure features a very nice positioning scheme and lots of joints in terms of pose-able features as well as additionally coming with an orange base. A grayscale variant of this same posing figure is also available as an alternative collectible. Other characters also included in this same Posing Figure series 6 set are Cooler, Frieza in his third form, Yamcha preparing a Spirit Ball, and Goku preparing his Spirit Bomb.

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Posing Series Nappa grayscale figure

  • Posing Figure Part 6
  • Release date: 2005

The same Posing figure released by Unifive was released as a grayscale variant in January 2005. This Nappa comes in the same posture, the same gray paint job being applied to the miniature. The Posing figure features a very nice positioning scheme and lots of joints in terms of pose-able features as well as additionally coming with an orange base. This grayscale variant of this same posing figure was released in conjunction with the color version of the same piece as an alternative collectible.

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Saiyan Series Nappa figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Saiyan Series
  • Release date: 2005

This Nappa figure was released in June 2005 along with Vegeta and Goku as a part of Unifive’s Dragon Ball Z Saiyan character set in a larger scale. The box packaging is very unique in a display format, allowing the character to be seen and portraying a stasis chamber around the figure as the box mockup. Nappa is seen in his Exploding Wave posture, with his arm raised upward and his fingers pointing in their destructive glory. The overall figure model itself is extremely on the mark, right down to the snarling facial reaction and the exquisite detail of the character’s posture. The scouter is also very finely detailed along with the figure’s overall shading and coloring being on the mark. This is likely one of the absolute best representations of the character at this scale.

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Posing Figure Box Collection including Nappa

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

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

Irwin Toy

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Saiyan Saga Nappa figure

  • Irwin Toy’s Saiyan Saga Series 1
  • Release date: 2000

As a part of Irwin’s basic toy line pertaining to the Saiyan Saga, Nappa stands with one arm gripped into a fist and the other in an open position, ready to launch a blast at his opponent. Introduced in 2000, his negative glare is highly pronounced with his menacing reaction and his ruthless brutish structure. Standing at approximately 5 inches, the figure is modeled to perfection and comes with his scouter.

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Saiyan Saga alternate Metallic box art Nappa figure

  • Irwin Toy’s Saiyan Saga Series 1
  • Release date: 2000

Irwin’s Nappa has been simultaneously released in 2000 with the silver metallic boxart and lining as a more limited release ratio. Still a part of the Saiyan Saga, the figure is modeled exactly the same as the aforementioned Nappa release and comes with his scouter. The major difference of this release is the boxart being different, which makes the item equally as collectible if not more-so than the initial Nappa release by Irwin.

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Exclusive Collector's Pack Series 1 Set including Nappa

  • Series 1 Exclusive Collector's Pack
  • Release date: 2000

This exclusive limited edition collector's pack was released in conjunction with the series 1 set offered by Irwin Toy. Within the set, the characters of Nappa, Raditz, and Master Roshi with Turtle are included. The set is a complete collection of the series 1 figures released in 2000 and all the figures remain the same. A special variant of Master Roshi is offered in other versions of this release, and two other packs also come with the Garlic Junior piece from Series 1, but the Nappa figure remains exactly the same along with his scouter accessory in all three variants. Unlike the additional variants later released, this version, doesn't have anything written on the box packaging. The package is simply named "Collector's Pack" with the basic font as opposed to the metallic font of the other two packaging versions.

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Exclusive Collector's Pack Series 1 Set including Nappa

  • Series 1 Exclusive Collector's Pack
  • Release date: 2000

This exclusive limited edition collector's pack was released in conjunction with the series 1 set offered by Irwin Toy. Within the set, the characters of Nappa, Raditz, Master Roshi with Turtle, and Garlic Junior are included. The set is a complete collection of the series 1 figures released in 2000 and all the figures remain the same. A special variant of Master Roshi is offered, but the Nappa piece, along with his scouter accessory, remains the same in both versions. Master Roshi's clothing has two variations, one with his black outfit, and the other with his orange shirt. The box packaging front reads "Exclusive Master Roshi Figure!" Other details of the packaging read "From the Original Cast" and "Fully Articulated" as further commercial writing. The package is simply named "Collector's Pack."

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Exclusive Collector's Pack Series 1 Variant Set including Nappa

  • Series 1 Exclusive Collector's Pack
  • Release date: 2000

This exclusive limited edition collector's pack was released in conjunction with the series 1 set offered by Irwin Toy. Within the set, the characters of Nappa, Raditz, Master Roshi with Turtle, and Garlic Junior are included. The set is a complete collection of the series 1 figures released in 2000 and all the figures remain the same. A special variant of Master Roshi is offered, but the Nappa piece, along with his scouter accessory, remains the same in both versions. Master Roshi's clothing has two variations, one with his black outfit, and the other with his orange shirt. The box packaging front reads "Exclusive Master Roshi Figure!" Other details of the packaging read "From the Original Cast" and "Fully Articulated" as further commercial writing. The package is simply named "Collector's Pack."

Jakks Pacific

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The Elite Fighters series Nappa figure

  • The Elite Fighters
  • Release date: 2003

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

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Forces of Evil Nappa and Raditz

  • Jakks Pacific’s Forces of Evil series
  • Release date: 2003

In 2003, Jakks Pacific has re-released the initial Irwin Toy Nappa model in a 2-pack from the “Forces of Evil” series. This 2-pack also includes Raditz. Each character comes with their own scouter and three Dragon Balls. Much like previous reissues, this one has some minor touch-ups with the paint job. The figures themselves remain exactly the same and Nappa's armor still holds a yellowish tone.

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Alien Invaders Nappa and Vegeta 2-pack

  • Alien Invaders Series 18 2-pack
  • Release date: 2007

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Nappa along with Vegeta in its Dragon Ball Z series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in March, 2007, this specific 2-pack is entitled “Alien Invaders.” The box mockup is highlighted by an orange base, which is coincidentally altered for the next eventual release of these figures, being changed to a green base. Nappa is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Nappa’s paint job differentiating from prior Irwin Toy and Jakks Pacific releases. This 2-pack is quite a rarity as it was released in scarce quantities, coincidentally making this metallic paint job a rarity for any Nappa collection. The Nappa model, however, remains the same as the original Irwin Toy release aside from these alterations made to the paint job. In this variant, he is seen with a brown base to his armor as Vegeta wears an orange and neon green armor, which is likely a homage to their first initial appearance in the series.

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Alien Invasion Nappa and Vegeta 2-pack

  • Alien Invasion Series 21 2-pack
  • Release date: 2007

Jakks Pacific has re-released the same 2-pack of Nappa along with Vegeta but re-titled the set as “Alien Invasion” as opposed to “Alien Invaders.” Released in October, 2007, this specific 2-pack is highlighted by a green box mockup, unlike the prior Series 18 release which had an orange box mockup. This 2-pack is quite a rarity as it was released in scarce quantities, coincidentally making this metallic version of Nappa the rarest of the models in terms of paint job. However, the figure’s initial construct remains the same as previous releases. Like the previous "Alien Invaders" model, Nappa now maintains a brown coloring scheme to his armor as opposed to the original yellow version.

Plex

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Keshi 7-pack set including Nappa

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

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

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  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Dragon Ball Z Box set
  • Release date: 1990's

In the 90's, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. Released by Plex, a box set has included 18 Keshi pieces along with 2 large full-color pieces in the set, one of Gohan and one of Goku. Nappa 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 a serious expression on his face, one hand resting in front and the other tightly gripped to his side. This piece is very similar in its stance to the Keshi Series 2 figurine but is actually a completely different mold and has many differences. The 18 basic Keshi Characters included in this box set are Nappa, Raditz, Piccolo, Krillin, Chi-Chi, Ox-King, Chiaotzu, Tien, Yamcha, Kid Gohan with hat, Kid Gohan holding his hat, Kid Gohan with sword, Kid Gohan with ceremonial clothing, Vegeta, Master Roshi, Goku, Yajirobe, and King Kai.

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Anime Heroes Nappa figurine

  • Anime Heroes Series 1
  • Release date: 2008

Plex has released an assortment of basic figures in the “Mini Big Head” style. Released in February 2008, the assortment, entitled “Anime Heroes” has a wide variety of characters, Nappa being number 6 of the set. This mini figure comes with both arms raised upward and hands gripped tightly into fists as Nappa fiercely charges, his muscles pulsating and his anger erupting. Even with the ferocious aspect of the figure, the piece still goes for a rather adorable yet charming look. The figurines in this set stand at about 4.5 cm (1.7 inches).

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Ultimate Technique Nappa figurine

  • Ultimate Technique Series
  • Release date: 2009

Plex has also released a Chibi Figure series with “Mini Big Head” figures in 2009. This series, entitled the “Ultimate Technique” due to the attack stances the figures come in, is a chibi series displaying numerous techniques the characters have portrayed in the series. Nappa was released in this set performing his two-finger Exploding Wave technique, with blue sparks of energy and aura emanating behind him.

Ultra Figus

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Ultra Figus Nappa miniature collectible

  • Ultra Figus Miniature Series
  • Release date: 1999

Argentinian distribution company Ultra Figus has released a Nappa in a set of miniature collectibles in 1999. The set consists of a total of 36 figurines, including some that are only available in this set. Characters included in this set are Zarbon, Dodoria, Cui, Frieza, Nappa, Raditz, Vegeta, Princess Snake, Chi-Chi, Goku, Tien, Yamcha, Piccolo, Master Roshi, Goz, Chiaotzu, Krillin, Kid Chi-Chi, Kid Krillin, Kid Goku, Kid Piccolo, Fortuneteller Baba, Puar, Oolong, Launch, Bulma, Emperor Pilaf, Shu, Mai, a Saibaman, King Yemma, Mr. Popo, Ox-King, Bora, Upa, and a Great Ape.

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Rubber Juguete Nappa orange figurine

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

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. Nappa appears once in this mini-wrapped set with both his hands resting on his sides as he maintains a crouched position, his feet spread apart. There is a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The packaging reads "Juguete" which means "Toy" and the details read "Golosina Sabor A Chocolate," which translated means "Chocolate Flavored Candy." The Toei Animation logo is also present on the wrapping. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors, but in Nappa's case, they can be found in orange and gold amongst other colors.

Magic Box

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Crazy Bones Nappa blue figurine

  • GoGo’s Crazy Bones Dragon Ball Z Edition
  • Release date: 2000

Released in May, 2000, the Crazy Bones addition to the Dragon Ball franchise has brought a nice repertoire of characters in this miniature format. GoGo's Crazy Bones (also referred to as Crazy Bones or GoGo's) are small collectibles that became popular during the 1990s and 2000s, produced by Spanish company Magic Box Int. and additionally by PPI Worldwide Group, which remains the only distributor in North America. They are named crazy bones due to the craze revolving around the collection of these pieces. The Dragon Ball Z set spans the Saiyan/Vegeta saga debacle as well as the Namek Saga conflict and has 40 pieces in the set. Each figurine comes in a multitude of colors and designs but remains the same sculpt. Nappa is included in this set as a head-sculpt piece and is number 8 of this set.

Sticker Design

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Mini Toys Serie 1 including Nappa figurine

  • Mini Toys Serie 1
  • Release date: 2008

Argentinian distribution company Sticker Design (SD) re-released the mini figurine of Nappa sitting on a Space Pod 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.

Mexican Manufacturer

Mexican Nappa

Mexican manufacturer produced Nappa orange-armor figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn’t particularly brilliant but it is unique and isn’t on the poor side as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. Standing at 7 inches tall, this specific model is rather well-crafted and stands out amongst numerous others imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Nappa here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has an orange-tinted armor, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. He also comes with a silver scouter.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Nappa brown-armor figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn’t particularly brilliant but it is unique and isn’t on the poor side as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. Standing at 7 inches tall, this specific model is rather well-crafted and stands out amongst numerous others imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Nappa here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version is the same as the aforementioned model but has a brown-tinted armor, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. This is likely the closest of these models to maintain Nappa’s actual coloring scheme in an accurate manner. He also comes with a silver and blue scouter.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Nappa figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn’t particularly brilliant but it is unique and isn’t on the poor side as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. Standing at 7 inches tall, this specific model is rather well-crafted and stands out amongst numerous others imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Nappa here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has a brown-tinted armor with red lining, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. He also comes with a blue scouter.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Nappa figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn’t particularly brilliant but it is unique and isn’t on the poor side as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. Standing at 7 inches tall, this specific model is rather well-crafted and stands out amongst numerous others imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Nappa here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has a brown-tinted armor with red lining, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. This version is also unique as it doesn’t come with a scouter at all.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Nappa figure

  • Dragon Ball Z GT Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This hard-to-find model was sculpted by a Mexican Manufacturer. The actual mold is quite unique and unlike other models, as many and most of the bases are just a redone instrumentation of other figures and/or just plain bootlegs of other sculpts. This one, however, is a new model in and of itself and was sculpted and sold as is. The paint job isn’t particularly brilliant but it is unique and isn’t on the poor side as is the case with most bootlegs or copied imports. Standing at 7 inches tall, this specific model is rather well-crafted and stands out amongst numerous others imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Nappa here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has a blue-tinted armor with black coloring for the chest area, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. This version is also unique as it comes with a blue scouter.

Model Kits

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Nappa resin-based model kit statue

  • Resin-based Statue series
  • Release date: 2008

A 2008 statue portrays Nappa with a distinct expression. The statue stands tall with intricate detail. The paint job is reminiscent of an airbrush technique. Nappa comes in a basic stance with both hands tightly gripped and he is seen wearing a grimace and a snarl on one side. Nappa's sculpt is brilliant, allowing for a vicious and battle-loving expression to shine through the character and adding further detail to the overall ruthless appearance of his persona.

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Battle-Damaged Nappa resin-based model kit statue

  • Resin-based Statue series
  • Release date: 2008

A 2008 statue portrays Nappa with a battle-damaged appearance and places impression on his musclebound physique. The statue stands tall with intricate detail. The paint job is reminiscent of an airbrush technique. Nappa comes in a battle stance with both hands spread out and tightly gripped and he is seen wearing a vicious smile with his teeth gritted and slight scuffs and scratches from being in battle. Nappa's sculpt is brilliant, allowing for his pulsating muscles and powerful abdomen to place impression and shine through the character, adding enormous detail to the powerhouse that is Nappa.

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Resin based Model Kit Nappa in angered stance

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another stand-alone statue recently released portrays Nappa in a basic stance with an angered expression, gripping his fist and his arm raised slightly upward in a challenging gesture. The awesome statue is made with a vicious glare, incorporating Nappa's deadly prowess and his sinister yet simultaneously brutal style, placing impression on his huge muscles and pristine armor. Everything is exceptionally well-textured for a statue, from his expression down to his paint job. the base itself depicts his name as well as the Dragon Ball Z logo while holding a transparent texture.

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Model Kit Statue Nappa in prepared stance

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A more recent release came in the form of statues which portrays Nappa in a prepared stance, maintaining his calm and collected fury prior to the devastating storm that awaits. Nappa remains in a stagnant posture, with his arms beside him and his armor perfectly intact. There is great impression on his negative facial expression, sustaining his deadly presence even at his relaxed state.

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Model Kit Statue Nappa in battle stance

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another stand-alone statue recently released portrays Nappa in a battle-ready stance, with his arm raised up in a feral position and his other hand gripped into a fist and pulled back beside his waist. His fierce reaction remains the characterization of the piece, depicting Nappa's incoming rage. The statue is in a crouching position, portraying Nappa as a prepares to unleash a powerful onslaught against his foes. Nappa's fingers are also kept in a unique posture, allowing for an overall exquisite piece. A nice distinguishing factor is Nappa's overall stance, allowing his armor to bend due to his own movement. The very angle of his torso and the bending motion of his waist adds to the style of this piece.

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Model Kit Statue Nappa in attack stance

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another stand-alone statue portrays Nappa in an attack stance, with both arms reaching out to inflict damage on his opponent. The posture is reminiscent of the position he obtains after launching a massive attack against his opponent. One hand is in an open-palm gesture whilst the other is facing the alternate direction, both being in a vicious striking posture. Also, his knee is bent downward, allowing him to slightly crouch over as he maintains a hold on the ground whilst reaching outward. As he is in a moving position, he maintains a ferocious facial reaction to add to his deadly presence. The base is that of a ravaged gray battleground, enriched only by Nappa's humongous might, which provide a powerful addition to the shattered environment.

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Nappa from Model Kit Statue set including Vegeta and Saibamen

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another recent release portrays Nappa alongside Vegeta in a statue diorama set. Here, Nappa stands beside Vegeta along with two Saibamen under them. One Saibaman is crawling out of the ground as the other is in a fierce animal-like posture. Vegeta maintains an arms-crossed posture and remains silent as Nappa is portrayed preparing his Exploding Wave technique. The detail here is excellent and the ground base remains a grass field, where the battle took place. The base under Nappa and Vegeta detaches, allowing for the characters to come together and form the diorama while also allowing for each piece to be witnessed separately.

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Nappa from Model Kit Statue set including Vegeta, Raditz, and Saibamen

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A more recent release came in the form of statues which portrays Nappa, Raditz, Vegeta, and a few Saibamen (three of them). Nappa maintains a gripped fist posture while slightly bending downward, a posture similar to that of Raditz. Vegeta is portrayed in an arms-crossed position as he maintains a strong presence with three Saibamen encircling his feet. The three Saiyans dominate the scene with their deadly positions and their determination. The Saibamen all have a unique position as well, slightly coming out of the ground in a mysterious yet deadly fashion. The scene depicts all the Saiyan forces in the Saiyan Saga and portrays their powerful presence with very precise detail. Note: Chiaotzu is not included with the initial set, but merely depicts the size of the Nappa statue.

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Model Kit Statue set including Nappa and Vegeta

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A recent release came in the form of a statue set which portrays Nappa along with a Young Prince Vegeta, who remains standing in front of him. Nappa is a sight to behold as the young Vegeta remains as serious as ever. Both bases attach and detach to allow for the scene to be created as well as view each piece separately. Nappa's position is that of an arms-crossed posture whilst Vegeta allows his hands to topple beside him as his cape flows in one direction. A very nice distinguishing part of this piece is Nappa's hair, which depicts him in a younger age as opposed to his shaven head, which is the most common format of representation for the character. This statue not only recreates the legendary enigma of Nappa and Vegeta's relationship prior as represented in Bardock: The Father of Goku but also depicts this powerful Saiyan military commander with his disciplined stature as he stands beside his royal Saiyan Prince, Vegeta.

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Nappa versus Goku model kit statue set

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

A more recent release portrays Nappa after he is pummeled by Goku’s Kaio-ken attack. The diorama showcases Nappa’s aching body being held up by Goku as Krillin and Gohan watch in awe. The thunderous powerhouse of a stance maintained by Goku’s silent fury is depicted in all the greatness that it entails. Nappa’s incapacitated body is a fine example of enormous detail being placed on the diorama itself. The ground base adds to the recreation of the scene as well as the mountainous background placing a greater completion to the atmosphere of the scene. Note: Image with better depiction currently needed.

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