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HSCF series 1 Raditz figure close up

There are currently a total of 83 Raditz 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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Raditz figurine from Super Guerriers Coffret No. 16

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

The first Raditz 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). Raditz stood firm in a confident stance with both arms tightly gripped and held in front of him, his feet kept at a normal distance. A very interesting distinguishing factor on this piece is the pattern on his shoulder board armor, which is slightly different from the character's initial design. Instead of having the normal vertical lines crossing his brown shoulder boards, he has horizontal ones. This minor differential aside, the piece remains a nice one. 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, Majin Buu, Vegito, Uub, and Dr. Gero.

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3 Mini Super Guerriers Collector 30 pieces set including Raditz

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

This 3-pack of assorted pieces collects 30 miniature randomized characters inserted in these tin-style packets featuring an image of Super Saiyan Gogeta and the boxart features an image of Super Saiyan Vegito. 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 Dr. Gero, Android 16, Raditz, Piccolo, a Cell Jr., Pikkon, Mr. Satan, Kid Trunks, Goku blasting, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Krillin, Krillin with hair, Goku collecting energy for the Spirit Bomb, Goten, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegito, adult Gohan, Super Saiyan Goten, Super Saiyan Goku in fighting stance, Super Saiyan adult Gohan, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Goku levitating, Super Saiyan Future Trunks with battle armor, Goku with arms raised, Gohan with Orange Star High School outfit, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan with cape, Super Saiyan Goku in prepared stance, and Super Saiyan Goku standing for a total of 30 different pieces in this set.

Bandai

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KeshiGomu Part 1 Raditz red figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 1
  • Release date: 1989

In the 80'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. Raditz appears once in this miniature set, with his hands to his sides and his feet spread apart. The mini rubber figurine is available in numerous colors, red and yellow being the most common for this specific model. This miniature Part 1 Keshi set has included a few of the characters from the Vegeta Saga (also known as the Saiyan Saga) and some characters from the Piccolo Jr. Saga. Raditz is included in the part 1 set. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Raditz, Ox-King, Chi-Chi, Yajirobe, Mr. Popo, Bulma, Piccolo, Kami, Gohan, Goku, Chiaotzu, Tien, Yamcha, Krillin, and Hero for a total of 15 pieces in the part 1 set.

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Kurosu Part 2 Raditz snap-together gashapon figurine

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

Bandai has released a set of Kurosu (Cross) collectible 1.5 inch Keshi snap-together figurines that have included a few of Frieza's elites. This Raditz figurine was released in the early 90's and is a great addition to the snap-together sets available. Raditz 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. His spiked hair may also be disconnected and reconnected to his head. The figurine is one of the very first Raditz 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. Also included in this same collectible Kurosu Part 2 series are Zarbon, Dodoria, Nappa, Turles, Bardock, Vegeta, Krillin, Gohan, and Captain Ginyu in Goku's body.

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HG Collection Part 3 Raditz figurine

  • HG Collection Part 3
  • Release date: 2004

Bandai released its Part 3 set in February, 2004. This set included Gohan on top of Turtle, Piccolo, Goku, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Captain Ginyu, Launch, and of course Raditz. The figures all came in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in his arms-crossed confident stance, Raditz maintains a great deal of detail for this piece, including his wicked smile and overall paint job being extremely on the mark as well as the inclusion of his scouter. Since these were gashapon figures, they are individually sealed in their plastic Dragon Balls. This specific Raditz figurine was re-released later as a part of the HG Collection SP Series Part 2 set with minor alterations to his armor (the armor was darker colored and more glossy in the SP set version as opposed to darker in this Part 3 release).

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Raditz 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. Raditz comes standing in this set, with his hands in a gripped posture and a wicked expression on 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 Nappa, Bulma, Tien, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Cell, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Future Trunks.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration Raditz 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 Nappa, Bulma, Tien, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Teen Gohan, Cell, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Future Trunks.

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Vegito Collection set Android 16 figurine

  • Vegito Collection Full Color Part 4 Set
  • Release date: 2004

Bandai has also released a set entitled “Vegito Collection” in December 2004 in relation to numerous conflicts throughout the series as a gashapon set. The pieces included in this set are Monster Carrot (named Carrot on the insert photo), Super Saiyan Vegito, Super Saiyan Goku, Raditz, a pumped-up Master Roshi, Chi-Chi, Android 16, Android 17, Kid Gohan, and Future Trunks. All the characters come with miniature unique bases. Raditz’s position is similar to numerous others, as he keeps both legs spread apart and his hands tightly gripped.

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Imagination series 8 Raditz versus Goku diorama set

  • Imagination Series 8
  • Release date: 2006

The Imagination Series 8 was released by Bandai in June 2006 and has included Raditz in his scuffle against Goku. Goku is shown raising his hand into the air as he prepares to strike Raditz, who skids on the ground in an attempt to block his opponent. Raditz’s facial expression is that of joy even in the heat of battle, adding furthermore to the overall action of the diorama. Goku is seen in midair launching his fierce attack as Raditz maintains a chopping block motion with his hands. Other pieces included in this same Imagination set are Gogeta getting the upper hand against Janemba, Piccolo charging his Special Beam Cannon, Kid Gohan slamming through the Saiyan space pod, Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks dodging Super Buu’s deadly ball-form attack, and Kid Goku on his Flying Nimbus as Master Roshi dashes across underneath him.

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Chara Puchi Miniature Raditz figurine

  • Chara Puchi Miniature Series
  • Release date: 2006

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were not limited to the phone strap series. In October 2006, there's also a mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of 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). Raditz came sitting on a space pod and with a miniature base. Others included in this set and sitting on Dragon Balls are Zarbon, Dodoria, second form Frieza, Nail, Goku, Kid Gohan, a Saibaman, Krillin, and Oozaru Vegeta (who is also on top of a space pod). Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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HG SP02 Raditz figurine

  • HG Collection SP Part 2
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai released its SP02 set in 2007. This set included a new variant of Raditz, one glossy figurine with his brown armor. Others included in this same set are Vegeta (who has two variants), Nappa (who has two variants), Piccolo, Goku, Goku charging, and Kid Gohan riding atop Turtle. These pieces were all packaged in the basic gashapon bagging. Aside from being in the same arms-crossed posture as the HG Collection Part 3 piece, Raditz also comes with a miniature transparent stand to aid in perfecting his dangerous position. All the details are exquisite on this piece, including his fierce and determined expression 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 Raditz figurine is a very shiny and glossy version of the previously released HG Part 3 piece.

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SG Collection series 1 Raditz

  • SG Collection series 1
  • Release date: Unknown

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 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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Super Deformation Saiyan Invasion Raditz figurine

  • Super Deformation Series Saiyan Invasion
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super “Deformation” series in 2008 entitled "Saiyan Invasion" with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Raditz in this set stands at about 2 inches and comes performing his blocking technique, holding one arm with the other as he deflects a blast emitted in his direction, allowing for the dust and debris to clear as he maintains a strong position and grip. 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 Nappa, Vegeta, Korin, Piccolo, Krillin, a Saibaman, Yajirobe, Goku, and Gohan.

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Dragon Ball Z Soundrop Part 4 including Raditz

  • Dragon Ball Z Soundrop Part 4
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai's Soundrop gashapon keyring series features voices of characters from "Dragon Ball Z." The fourth set was released in November 2008 and the lineup consists of eight keyrings that play voices when a button is pressed. The eight different pieces included in the fourth Soundrop set are A) Gohan [Forest Green], B) Super Saiyan Goku [Red], C) Chiaotzu [Dark Green], D) Raditz [White], E) Piccolo [Black], F) Super Saiyan Vegeta [Blue], G) Android 18 [Navy Blue], and H) Goten [Orange].

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Chozokei Damashii Raditz

  • 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 Raditz figurine. Raditz is seen smiling and holding up his hand in a challenging motion, with his fingers gesturing his opponent to surrender. This piece stands at approximately 7 cm and is extremely well-detailed, encompassing this character's persona and overall mannerism, from the reaction on his face to the very perfection of his hand gesture. Other figures included in this set were Nappa with Chiaotzu, Goku, Piccolo, Tien, Vegeta, Krillin, Yamcha, and Kid Gohan.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration 3 Figures Set 2 Raditz 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 the exact 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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RealWorks Volume 8 Raditz 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 Raditz figurine in this set features a very nice confident stance, maintaining an arms-crossed posture. These pieces also come with an orange base to stand on, signifying that they are from this specific Part 8 Real Works set.

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Dragon Ball Kai Action Pose Raditz

  • 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 Raditz amongst others from the Saiyan Saga. The Raditz figurine comes in a very unique posture. He is portrayed jumping in a kicking and uppercutting position, with one arm jamming upward and the other near his waist as both his legs are seen flailing as his knees are bent. The figurine is unique in the sense that it’s a chibi style piece but maintains a serious reaction. Of course, Raditz'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 Nappa, Vegeta, Goku, a Dragon Ball being held by Shenron's hand, and a Great Ape (likely Gohan).

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Maxi Collection Raditz figurine

  • HG Maxi Collection series
  • Release date: Unknown

This is another re-release of the previous HG Collection Part 3 and Part 15 figurine offered by Bandai. Both variants had minor differential paint jobs but this Maxi Collection version is completely different as it is colored in a metallic style, reminiscent of a pewter figurine. The shadows and overall impression is placed on the bends, curves, and joints in the form of black outline, detailing the general look of the character. The silver coloring scheme adds a nice unique touch to the collectible value and overall definitive alternate appearance as a piece.

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Super Deformation Part 7 Raditz figurine

  • Super 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. This set was entitled "Coming Menace" and the Raditz in this set stands at approximately 2 inches and comes in a deadly blasting position, where one arm is raised upward and preparing to incapacitate his opponent via a concentrated blast from his fingers. 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, Nappa, 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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S.H. Figuarts Zero EX series Raditz

  • S.H. Figuarts Zero EX Figure Series
  • Release date: 2015

S.H. Figuarts Zero EX is a series of non-articulated figures produced by Bandai. Although the series name is derived from the original S.H. Figuarts highly articulated figure releases, the Zero EX series features non-articulated characters in certain positions with extreme detail. The second part of the title explains the there's zero articulation or lacking articulation. Additional Dragon Ball pieces are currently announced for the 2015 lineup of the S.H. Figuarts Zero EX series. Among them is Raditz of this much-anticipated lineup. He is portrayed raising his hand in preparation for his Shining Friday attack as the overconfident and sinister expression on his face defines his very mannerism. Some electrifying sparks of energy circle his body as the dust clears around the figure's ground base. Other pieces included in this same set are Vegeta preparing his Galick Gun, Goku preparing his Spirit Bomb, Goku preparing his Kamehameha, and Bardock tying his blood-stained bandanna.

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UDM Burst 14 Dragon Ball Z Edition Raditz

  • UDM Burst 14
  • Release date: 2015

The UDM Burst Edition 14 features 5 additional pieces for the series. Scheduled for July, 2015, the lineup features some characters as they appear in the movie "Revival of F" as well as other characters from the movies and series. The 14th set of the keychain line consists of Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Beerus, Broly Powering Up, Super Saiyan Gohan and Raditz. Raditz is seen wearing his scouter and holding an arms-crossed posture with both legs spread out and a smile on his face.

Banpresto

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DX Action Figure Part 2 Raditz

  • DX Action Figure Part 2
  • Release date: 2004

Released in April 2004 by Banpresto, the DX Action Figure series has a Part 2 addition which includes Raditz in its lineup. This figure has a lot of joints and articulation in terms of pose-ability as well as numerous accessories to add to its unique collectible value. The packaging is a light blue box allowing for the contents to be seen inside the bubble. Aside from the very fine posing features, this piece also comes with two inter-changeable hands, a Dragon Ball, and a yellow-aura blast, which can also be attached to the figure. As a full-color figure, this Raditz stands out as an especially great piece from the DX Action Figure series.

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Dragon Ball Z Cassette Triple Chain Raditz

  • Triple Chain with Cassette Keyring series
  • Release date: 2005

This unique Triple Chain set released by Banpresto in 2005 includes 2 characters in chibi format along with a cassette model attached to the figurines. Raditz comes attached to Goku along with a cartridge cassette piece. Raditz is seen in with his hands kept to his sides and a smirk across his face. Other pieces included in this Triple Chain set are Piccolo with Goku, Android 16 with Super Saiyan Goku, Frieza in his Hoverchair with Goku, and Shenron with Kid Goku. Each double pack comes with a unique cassette cartridge.

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High Grade Coloring Keychain Raditz figurine

  • High Grade Keychain Series
  • Release date: 2007

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Raditz keychain figure in 2007. The figure stands at approximately 4 inches tall. Also included in this keychain assortment was Vegeta with a pair of Saibamen, Nappa, Goku, and King Kai with Bubbles. The Raditz comes in an arms-crossed posture. The figure still has an airbrushed paint job and its distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Raditz’s determined stance, which is made slightly sharper.

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Kai Super Variant High Grade Coloring Raditz 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 Raditz keychain figure in 2009 as a part of the Kai "Super" variant re-release series. The figurine stands at approximately 4 inches tall. The Raditz comes with a an arms-crossed posture with great impression and dimension added to his muscles and shadows adding to his overall design. The figure still has an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Raditz’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. the band on Raditz' leg is a dark burgundy as opposed to a bright red as well.

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HSCF Raditz figure

  • HSCF Series
  • Release date: 2009

The HSCF series has been a popular addition by Banpresto including Raditz in the very first installment in 2009 in the “HighSpec Coloring Figure (HSCF)” series 1 assortment. The figure is titled as number 02 in the set and comes in an authentic box and image art. Others in this assortment include Nappa (number 04), 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 arms lowered to his sides and feet spread apart.

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DBZ004 Raditz figurine

  • DWC Collectible Series Volume 1
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto released DWC series Volume 1 with Raditz 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 DBZ004 and is from vol. 1. This Raditz comes with both arms tightly gripped into fists, one raised waist-high in a challenging motion and the other kept beside him. The figure also comes with a base to stand on. Others included in this same volume 1 set are Yamcha, Nappa, Goku, a Saibaman, Piccolo, Gohan, and Vegeta.

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Ichiban Kuji Prize F Tape Dispenser set of Raditz with Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku

  • 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 Raditz tape comes packed with the Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku images.

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Metal Series Chess Collection Box including Raditz

  • 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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DBKai004 Raditz metallic Kai version figurine

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

The Banpresto DWC vol. 1 includes Raditz as collectible number DBKai004 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 Raditz 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, Nappa, Goku, a Saibaman, Piccolo, Gohan, and Vegeta.

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Legend of Saiyan series Raditz 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, Raditz has been included with both hands in an arms-crossed posture. His wicked expression of sinister evil is likely a result of the fact that he is overconfident in his abilities. 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 Nappa.

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Metal Series Die Cast DX Chess Collection Box including Raditz

  • 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 Raditz

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

Extremely highly detailed, this figure is likely one of the absolute best design sculpts when it comes to Raditz. Very simple assembly is required to fit the figure together and the figure comes in a battle-ready appearance as he grips his hands and maintains his position. The phenomenal detail on his muscles and armor complete the piece as Raditz holds a sinister smirk on his face, allowing his hands to flail in preparation for a devastating attack. Other pieces included in this same Zoukei Tenkaichi Budokai 5 installment for the SCultures series 5 2015 set are Semi-Perfect Cell, Nappa, Bardock, Super Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku.

MegaHouse

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Capsule Neo Part 5 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku color version

  • Capsule Neo Part 5 World Edition
  • Release date: 2004

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate Raditz was the Part 5 Capsule Neo set entitled “World Edition” and released in December, 2004. It portrayed Raditz being struck by Piccolo's Makankosappo blast, piercing his stomach in a moment of striking agony. Goku is also portrayed in the diorama, holding Raditz from behind, allowing him to be taken down by Piccolo's fierce maneuver. As Raditz is unable to dodge the blast's effects, he is obliterated by the brunt of the full power behind this massive attack. Piccolo maintains a powerful position as he thrusts the spiraling blast in a rapid succession, allowing for a direct hit, stunning Raditz in the process as Goku tightly grips him from behind. The reaction on Raditz's face is that of complete surprise coupled with the pain from the full force of the blast, adding greater detail to this scene. Other pieces included in this set are Android 18 kissing Krillin, Super Saiyan Broly and Super Saiyan Goku attacking each other, Piccolo fusing with Nail, Super Saiyan Goku trading blows with Majin Vegeta, Goku flying with Uub on his back, Goku carrying Kid Gohan on his shoulder while riding the Flying Nimbus, and King Cold sitting while Cyborg Frieza stands beside him.

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Capsule Neo Part 5 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Part 5 World Edition
  • Release date: 2004

This series, much like the following ones, was also released as a gold base, with all three characters coming as gold versions rather than colored ones. All pieces come accordingly in capsules in the form of Dragon Balls. Other pieces included in this set are Android 18 kissing Krillin, Super Saiyan Broly and Super Saiyan Goku attacking each other, Piccolo fusing with Nail, Super Saiyan Goku trading blows with Majin Vegeta, Goku flying with Uub on his back, Goku carrying Kid Gohan on his shoulder while riding the Flying Nimbus, and King Cold sitting while Cyborg Frieza stands beside him.

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Capsule Neo Part 10 Raditz versus Goku and Piccolo color version

  • 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 Raditz getting the upper hand against Goku and Piccolo with a rapid successive precision. He is portrayed striking at them as they barely maintain their feet from toppling from his speedy strike. This is a good piece for all three characters as they are portrayed in this fierce scuffle.

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Capsule Neo Part 10 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku gold variant

  • 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, Nappa performing his Exploding Wave technique, Gohan eating some food, and Gohan erupting with rage due to Piccolo's demise.

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Rivals series Raditz color version

  • Capsule Neo Rivals Series Part 23
  • 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. There are also two variants of this figure in the Rivals set as most other MegaHouse Capsule Neo releases.

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Rivals series Raditz gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Rivals Series Part 23
  • 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 Raditz is designed for the new Dragon Ball Kai release series and stands with one hand raised upward in a challenging position as his other hand is tightly gripped into a fist.

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Capsule Neo Part 24 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku color version

  • 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 Raditz slamming Goku and Piccolo with a simultaneous single strike using his elbows in a back-sided double-hit. This is the same piece as the prior Part 10 diorama except for some very minor color and paint job differences. This time, the diorama is redone in a more detailed and vivid style. Raditz still maintains his same fierce reaction as he surprises Goku and Piccolo with his Saiyan speed and might.

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Capsule Neo Part 24 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku gold variant

  • 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. There is a very minor differential in terms of the coloring palette for this Part 24 gold version in comparison to the Part 10 version. Here, the gold color is more pronounced and brighter whereas the Part 10 variant is slightly lighter and has a faded bronze tone. 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 Nappa with Vegeta. 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 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku 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 Raditz versus Piccolo and Goku from the Part 10 and Part 24 Capsule Neo set was re-released in this Part 28 set. Others included in this set are Goku holding up Nappa, King Kai with Goku (angelic wings), Vegeta standing, Piccolo shielding Gohan, Goku tearing off his Gi, Goku chasing Bubbles, and Gohan eating as Piccolo watches in the distance.

Giochi Preziosi

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Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z series Raditz figure

  • Giochi Preziosi Dragon Ball Z The Legend is Here series 2
  • 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 by AB Groupe but did not see a proper release until 2003 under the “Giochi Preziosi” lineup. Raditz was quite a rarity as a 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 (dated 1989) 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 under the "Legend is Here" series, albeit being the only official release of the figure. This is Raditz’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 Raditz's best figures in terms of height. The figure comes with his green scouter and displays his confident self-absorbed smirk, giving a precise depiction of this villainous Saiyan warrior. The actual detail on Raditz’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. Also, the figure was packaged along with a miniature Dragon Ball and a weapon accessory, which in this case was a stun gun-shaped assault rifle. Other characters included in the same Legend is Here series 2 set are Yamcha, Bulma, Mr. Satan, Krillin, and Goku.

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Giochi Preziosi Raditz 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 the second miniature Raditz piece produced by AB, the initial one being the 1996 model. This piece was also originally produced in 1996 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 Raditz 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. This one specifically showcases Raditz with one hand resting on his waist and the other dangling beside him. Also, his head has a longer widow's peak as opposed to the previous Coffret No. 16 model. Another differential is the shoulder board armor, which now has the vertical lining as opposed to the horizontal lining.

Irwin Toy

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The Saga Continues Super Warriors Series 3 including Raditz 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 Raditz in Series 3 of their miniature releases. Also included in the same series was Dr. Gero, Majin Buu, Uub, final form Frieza, and Super Saiyan Vegito. Raditz's miniature model is the same as his prior Super Guerriers Coffret No. 16 release.

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The Saga Continues Series 7-12 including Raditz figurine

  • The Saga Continues Series 7-12
  • Release date: 1999

Irwin Toy pretty much re-released all the previous 2 inch Super Guerriers figurines. Raditz 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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Saiyan Saga Raditz 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, Raditz 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 evil glare is highly pronounced with his sinister expression and his ruthless Saiyan characteristic. Standing at approximately 5 inches, the figure is modeled to perfection and comes with his green scouter.

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Saiyan Saga alternate Metallic box art Raditz figure

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

Irwin’s Raditz 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 Raditz 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 Raditz release by Irwin.

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Exclusive Collector's Pack Series 1 Set including Raditz

  • 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 Raditz figure remains the exact 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 Raditz

  • 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 Raditz 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 Raditz

  • 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 Raditz 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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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 Raditz model in a 2-pack from the “Forces of Evil” series. This 2-pack also includes Nappa. 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 the exact same and Raditz's armor still holds a brownish tone.

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Brother vs. Brother 2-pack set of Raditz and Goku figures

  • Brother vs. Brother 2-packs
  • Release date: 2003

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Goku along with Raditz in its Dragon Ball Z series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in 2003, this specific 2-pack is entitled “Brother vs. Brother,” which is a re-enactment of the scuffle between these two Saiyan fighters. The box mockup is highlighted by a red and orange blaze. Raditz is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Raditz’s paint job and scale. This is the first Raditz figure that has a different paint job for Raditz' eyebrows and eyes in general, allowing for a more sinister look. This is strengthened by the excellent paint job applied to his armor as well. Also included in the packaging are some shrubs and bushes, likely to add to the atmosphere surrounding the characters. The packaging front flap reads “Brother vs. Brother” and details the character names as “Raditz” and “Goku, Battle Damaged” as well as including the phrase “New Release!” on the side. The packaging backboard portrays images of Raditz and Goku as a nice design scheme.

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Legendary Battles 2-pack set of Raditz and Gohan figures

  • Legendary Battles 2-packs
  • Release date: 2004

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Kid Gohan along with Raditz in its Dragon Ball Z series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in 2004, this specific 2-pack is entitled “Legendary Battles,” which is a re-enactment of the scuffle between Kid Gohan and Raditz. The box mockup is highlighted by a blue and black blaze and the background coloring scheme is a yellow aura. Raditz is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Raditz’s paint job and scale. This is the second Raditz figure that has a different paint job for Raditz' eyebrows and eyes in general, allowing for a more sinister look. Also included in the packaging are some rocks and broken mountainous structures, likely to add to the atmosphere surrounding the characters. The packaging front flap reads “Legendary Battles” and details the included figures as "Gohan vs. Raditz." The packaging backboard and front flap portrays images of Raditz and Gohan as a nice design scheme.

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Unlikely Alliances 2-pack set of Raditz and Gohan figures

  • Unlikely Alliances 2-packs
  • Release date: Unknown

Jakks Pacific has released a very similar 2-pack of Kid Gohan along with Raditz in its Dragon Ball Z series additions to the 2-pack sets. This specific 2-pack is entitled “Unlikely Alliances,” which is a re-enactment of the scuffle between Kid Gohan and Raditz. The box mockup is highlighted by a red lining and an overall black and white palette for it initial design and coloring scheme. Raditz is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Raditz’s paint job and scale. Also, his lips and eyebrows are slightly different from the previous releases. This is the third Raditz figure that has a different paint job for Raditz' eyebrows and eyes in general. Also, his lips have slightly more impression in terms of red outline. The upcoming "Frieza's Revenge" piece would perfect these differences and likely has the most updated version of Raditz as a piece in terms of accurate representation. This set is very similar to the previous although the Kid Gohan here has a matte touch-up rather than a glossy finish as seen in the previous "Legendary Battles" set. Also included in the packaging are a few Dragon Balls, five to be exact. Oddly enough, a four-star ball is included in the packaging even though Gohan comes with a four-star ball on his hat. The packaging front flap reads “Unlikely Alliances" and details the included figures as "Kid Gohan" and "Raditz." The packaging backboard and front flap portrays images of Raditz and Gohan in a black and white gray-scale format as a nice alternate design scheme.

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Frieza's Revenge series Raditz figure

  • Frieza's Revenge
  • Release date: 2007

Released in February 2007, Jakks has offered yet another Raditz figure as a repaint. The “Frieza’s Revenge” set is likely the most detailed of the paint jobs when it comes to these characters. Due to the overall impression on the armor and the coloring scheme, the figure stands out as a highly detailed piece. Aside from these minor paint job alterations, the figure’s model is still consistent with the previous molds aside from some very minor differentials. Jakks made slight alteration to Raditz's eyebrows and eyes in general. The size has consistently been made smaller than the previous paint job style. This piece remains one of the most consistent and accurate in terms of distinctive attributes for Raditz. Of course, Raditz still maintains his green scouter in the packaging.

Plex

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Keshi mini bagging including Raditz

  • Keshi Bagging Sets
  • Release date: Unknown

The same miniature Raditz from Keshi part 1 of the DBZ series was re-released in a mini bagging alongside Mr. Popo, Krillin, and Gohan from the same set. All the figurines in this bagging come in a gray or navy blue monochrome color variation. The figurines remain the same as the previously released Part 1 Keshi set but have a new tag attached to the bagging.

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Keshi-Gomu DBZ Raditz white figurine from package

  • 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. Raditz appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, white, blue, yellow, or tan. Raditz is seen maintaining a fighting position, with both hands tightly gripped as he stands his ground. 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 Raditz 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, Raditz being number 7 of the set. This mini figure comes with both hands gripped tightly into fists as Raditz fiercely maintains his position, a wicked smile running across his face. Even with the deadly 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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Full Face Jr. Volume 1 Raditz bobblehead figurine

  • Full Face Jr. Volume 1 Bobbleheads
  • Release date: 2009

Released in December 2009, Plex has unveiled a nice set of bobbleheads entitled "Full Face Jr." as the series title and Raditz is included in the Volume 1 installment of this set. Raditz maintains a serious expression with an arms-crossed posture and his legs are spread apart. The figurine also comes with a round red base. The primary feature of these pieces are the shaking and bobbling heads, which is a rather nice addition for any collection of bobblehead collectibles and Dragon Ball collectibles alike. Others included in this volume 1 set are Piccolo, Goku, Shenron, Vegeta, and Kid Gohan.

Unifive

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Posing Series 1 Raditz color version

  • Posing Figure Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

Unifive has released a Posing Figure series set in December 2003 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. Raditz was featured as one of the characters in this Part 1 set released by Unifive. 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 gray-scale variant of this same posing figure is also available as an alternative collectible. Other characters also included in this same Posing Figure series 1 set are Goku, Piccolo, Gohan, Krillin, and Vegeta.

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Posing Series 1 Raditz black and white variant

  • Posing Figure Part 1
  • Release date: 2003

The same Posing figure released by Unifive was released in December 2003 as a gray-scale variant. This Raditz 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 gray-scale 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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Plastic Model and Figure Part 2 Raditz 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 Raditz figurine, which can be seated inside the assembled craft. Although the boxart depicts the craft in full-color, it is actually included in a gray-scale 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 Raditz figurine to go along with the pod. The set is a part of the “Plastic Model and Figure Part 2” series and is diorama “B”. Other pieces included in this set and also coming with spacecrafts are Goku (Diorama A), Nappa (Diorama C), Vegeta (Diorama D), and Bardock (Diorama E).

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Posing Figure Box Collection including Raditz

  • Dragon Ball Z Posing Figure 6 Box Collection
  • Release date: 2004

A box set collection compiling 10 color pieces from the Unifive Posing Series was released in October 2004. 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 6 and is the first box set. Those included in this collection are Frieza in his final form, Captain Ginyu, Perfect Cell, Android 16, Raditz, Piccolo blasting, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Saiyan Teen Gohan.

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Chara Puchi Miniature Raditz re-release

  • Budokai Scouter Z Warriors Minitoys
  • Release date: 2007

Later, the mini figurine of Raditz sitting on a Dragon Ball originally released by Bandai saw a re-release by SenSei in a series called "Dragon Ball Z Budokai Scouter"and the set is entitled "Z Warriors Minitoys." Raditz still holds the same exact arms-crossed posture as the prior release. Included into the round base was a paper that showed the character's name around it and the collectible number attributed to it. Raditz is number 16 of this set.

Ultra Figus

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Ultra Figus Raditz miniature collectible

  • Ultra Figus Miniature Series
  • Release date: 1999

Argentinian distribution company Ultra Figus has released a Raditz 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.

Cremino

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Rubber Juguete Raditz blue 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. Raditz appears twice in this mini-wrapped set, the first figurine in a standing position with both his hands kept to his sides, his feet spread apart. There is a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors, but in Raditz's case, they can be found in blue and orange amongst other colors.

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Rubber Juguete Raditz 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. Raditz appears twice in this mini-wrapped set, the second figurine in a standing position with both his hands kept to his sides, his feet kept in close unison. Both Raditz pieces are very similar in their initial construct aside from the differential of the motion of his feet. There is a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors, but in Raditz's case, they can be found in blue and orange amongst other colors.

Magic Box

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Crazy Bones Raditz silver 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. Raditz is included in this set as a head-sculpt piece and is number 17 of this set.

KidzBiz

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The Legend is Here series set with Raditz figurine

  • The Legend is Here series
  • Release date: 2000

The same mini Raditz 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, Majin Buu, Vegito, Uub, and Dr. Gero.

MGA Entertainment

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Battle Strategy Game including Raditz piece

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

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

Sonrics

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Sonrics Series Raditz piece

  • Dragon Ball Sonrics Series
  • Release date: 1994

Released as a part of the promotional Sonrics gum pieces, this set of Dragon Ball Z figurines was actually a re-release of the first Bandai Keshi Gomu series. However, unlike the original release of these models, this variation set is all hard plastic as opposed to the rubber material used for the Bandai pieces. All the pieces in this set stand at approximately 3.5cm. Characters included in this Sonrics collection are Piccolo, Kami, Tien, Yamcha, Ox-King, Krillin, Bulma, Goku, Yajirobe, and Raditz. All pieces in the set came in a monochrome color varying from green, blue, red, yellow, white, gray, and a clear opal.

Senmao Toy

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Dragon Ball Plastic Model Series Raditz

  • Dragon Ball Plastic Model Series
  • Release date: Unknown

The "Dongguan Senmai Toy Co., Ltd." located in Guangdong, China has released eight different Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT models. Each piece is pre-painted and features a unique posture. Standing at 6cm (2.3 inches), each plastic model is depicted with a unique base under for easy standing. Pieces included in the set are Pan, Super Saiyan Goku, Piccolo, Raditz, Krillin, Super Saiyan 4 Goku (GT), child-size Goku (GT), and two variants of Chiaotzu (one with green outfit and one with red outfit). The Raditz piece is portrayed with an arms-crossed posture as he stands firm with green plants behind him.

Mexican Manufacturer

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Mexican manufacturer produced Raditz 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 and in the case of this specific model, it is likely the worst Raditz model in terms of accuracy and depiction but it is unique 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 as an original mold as some are similar constructs by imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Raditz here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version is the same as others but has a brown-tinted armor, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. Also, he comes with a silver scouter and this is likely the closest of these models to maintain Raditz’s actual coloring scheme in an accurate manner.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Raditz black-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 and in the case of this specific model, it is likely the worst Raditz model in terms of accuracy and depiction but it is unique 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 as an original mold as some are similar constructs by imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Raditz here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has a yellow-tinted shoulder board armor with black layers, placing a great deal of emphasis on his overall look. He also comes with a blue scouter.

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Mexican manufacturer produced Raditz yellow-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 and in the case of this specific model, it is likely the worst Raditz model in terms of accuracy and depiction but it is unique 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 as an original mold as some are similar constructs by imported from these Mexican Manufacturers. Raditz here is in a prepared stance, with both arms tightly gripped. This version has a completely yellow-tinted armor with silver boots and blue arm-wear. This specific coloring scheme is the least accurate in terms of depicting the character. This version also comes with a blue scouter.

Chinese Manufacturer

RaditzHGRE

HG Re-release Raditz figurine with diorama base

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

This Chinese manufactured set is a re-release of previous HG Collection character in one 10-piece set. Included in this set are Zarbon, Cui, Frieza, Raditz, Dr. Gero, King Piccolo, Perfect Cell, Bulma with Baby Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku with Yardrat outfit, and Pan. Each piece comes attached to a black round base and has a rod which connects the figurine and allows the piece to levitate above the ground. The base has the "Dragon Ball Z" writing encircling its top portion. The Raditz piece is the same mold from HG Collection DBZ Series Part 3.

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Super Saiyajin SonGokou Series Raditz figure

  • Super Saiyajin SonGokou Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This highly detailed pre-painted PVC series incorporates some unique pieces in its repertoire. It is manufactured by a Chinese distributor and is a part of the "Super Saiyajin SonGokou" Series. Also included in this same set is battle damaged Super Saiyan Goku and Kid Buu. Raditz is seen standing with a sinister smile as he maintains an arms-crossed posture. This is the same mold as the B-Club Model Kit originally released in the early 90s. The figure comes with a round black base and a unique packaging featuring some characters on the side panels, including Raditz and Vegeta. The packaging features a nice flaming aura design as well as the Dragon Ball Z logo highlighted on the box front and the top portion. The figure stands at approximately 9 inches (23cm), which is quite large for a collectible model.

Model Kits

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B-Club Completed Raditz Model Kit

  • B-Club Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

B-Club, also known as "Banpresto Club," a subsidiary division of Bandai responsible for Model Kit collectibles in particular, has released Raditz in a set of model kit pieces. The completed Raditz in this set is seen in an arms-crossed posture with a distinct smirk and a powerful and confident stance. He is also seen staring in one direction, likely determining the level of his challenge. His scouter is also attached to his head as he uses its technology to his advantage. His wicked smile twists his face, depicting the evil within. The awesome statue is made with a joyous glare, incorporating Raditz's vicious confidence and his sinister yet simultaneously calm demeanor, placing impression on his style and stature. Everything is exceptionally well-textured for a statue, from his expression right down to his paint job. The base itself depicts a rocky stand for the militant Saiyan warrior. The awesome Saiyan warrior comes in a limited B-Club box with a Saiyan Saga image on front. Everything is exceptionally well-textured for a statue, from his expression right down to the paint job. The model is at a 1/8 scale. Additional instructions are also present in the packaging depicting how to place the parts together.

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Resin-based model kit statue Raditz and Gohan

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A recent release came in the form of a statue set which portrays Raditz along with a Young Kid Gohan. This statue diorama is a portrayal of the scene where Raditz abducts Gohan from Goku and his friends and threatens them. Raditz is seen holding Gohan up as the youngster closes his eyes in fear. Raditz remains ever confident in his stance with a mean streak enshrouding his construct. He is portrayed in a kneeling position with one hand gripped as he maintains a strong hold on the young Gohan, who does nothing here but give into his thoughts of fear and sadness. Another very nice distinguishing part of this piece is the ground base, which is a solid green land with some dirt. Other instances of detail include Raditz's hair and scouter as well as Gohan's four-star ball and hat. This statue not only recreates the scene but adds to the deadly potential that is seen in Raditz when he poses a threat.

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Resin-based model kit statue set including Raditz, Nappa, Vegeta, 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.

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RADITZSU-KESH

Raditz miniature figurine

  • Miniature multicolor series
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Raditz figurine is available in multiple numerous colors. It is crafted in a rather chibi format with both hands raised waist high and kept to his sides. Other pieces included in this mini format are Chi-Chi, Ox-King, Gohan, and Krillin. These pieces are available in many colors but remain the same in terms of the mold.

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