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Kid Buu Saga Uub figure close up

There are currently a total of 50 Uub (also known as Oob and Majuub) collectibles that have been released by numerous companies to date. A gallery and the attached information appends to the official releases and genuine specifics in regards to the additional merchandise pertaining to each release.

AB Groupe

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Super Guerriers Coffret No. 16 including Uub figurine

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

The first Uub 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). Uub stood firm in an innocent stance with both arms to his sides. 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, Raditz, and Dr. Gero.

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3 Mini Super Guerriers Collector 30 pieces set including Uub

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

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

DeAgostini

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Dragon Ball GT Your Heroes in 3D Uub figurine

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

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 5 inch set comprising of numerous pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Uub (who stood at about 4 inches) was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT Sagas. The figurines are immobile with miniature white bases to stand on. This particular figurine's base is circular. Uub comes wearing his blue Gi and has a peaceful smile. The figure's numeric is number 18 in the set.

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DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT mini chess set with Uub figurine

  • DeAgostini’s Dragon Ball GT Chess Set Collection
  • Release date: 1996

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 3 inch set comprising of 32 pieces, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. Uub was included in this set due to his appearance in the Shadow Dragon Saga. The figurines are immobile with miniature bases to stand on. Uub comes in his basic appearance with his blue Gi and standing atop a white base. Also, this model portrays Uub with a similar coloring scheme for his overall design and sculpt as the Editions Atlas piece. Uub is placed as the “Rook” on the chess set.

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DBGT Collection Uub figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Collection
  • Release date: 2001

Italian manufacturer DeAgostini has released a 4 to 5 inch set comprising of approximately 60 characters, specifically limiting this slew of additions to Dragon Ball GT characters. After a long hiatus from 1996 to 2001, an additional 30 figures were added to the existing 30 originally released in 1996 for a total of 60 figures between DeAgostini and Editions Atlas releases. Originally released in Italy, the second wave of reissues were offered in Spain in 2001. Uub (also credited as "Oob" was included in this set due to his appearance in the GT sagas. The figure numeric was number 19 and Uub is seen with his blue Gi as he came standing atop a black round base. The figurines are immobile and the Japanese name of the character is notated at the bottom of his base along with the date of release. This piece was exclusive to the 2001 release although the mold was produced in 1996. It is the second DeAgostini and Editions Atlas piece of Uub to be offered at the basic figure height.

Bandai

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Full Color Série 4 Uub figurine

  • Full Color Série 4
  • Release date: 1994

This Uub figurine was included as a part of the "Full Color" Petites Boolzz Série 4 collection offered by Bandai in 1994. It was a unique piece featuring Uub with his DBZ World Martial Arts Tournament clothing as he is seen in the end of the series. He is portrayed in his younger appearance with both hands gripped and his feet spread apart. Also, he is seen gritting his teeth and maintains an angry expression. This was the first of two Uub pieces offered in the complete "Petites Boolzz Série" collection. This specific piece was exclusive to the Series 4 set.

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Full Color Série 5 Uub figurine

  • Full Color Série 5
  • Release date: 1994

This Uub figurine was included as a part of the "Full Color" Petites Boolzz Série 5 collection offered by Bandai in 1994. It was a unique piece featuring Uub with his blue Gi and portraying him in a combat ready stance, with one leg bent and one arm gripped whilst the other remains in a raised motion. This was the second of two Uub pieces offered in the complete "Petites Boolzz Série" collection. This specific piece was exclusive to the Series 5 set.

Bandai Z series Uub-B

Part 29 Keshi 3-pack snap-off series including Uub blue figurine

  • Keshi Part 29 snap figurines
  • Release date: 1995

These miniature gashapon figurines were released in capsule toys and incorporated 3-packs of characters from both DBZ and DBGT. Each capsule had 3 characters attached to a plastic base, which could be snapped off and kept separate from each other. All figurines in each capsule came in a single color, so in Uub's case, numerous coloring schemes were used. The Uub mold portrayed him crouching and holding his hands in tight fists as he appears in the Kid Buu Saga. Other pieces included alongside this specific Uub are Vegeta and adult Gohan. These figurines are a part of Series 29.

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Part 30 Keshi Uub figurine

  • Keshi Part 30 snap figurines
  • Release date: 1996

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

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Dragon Ball GT Keshigomu Uub miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball GT Keshi Gomu
  • Release date: Unknown

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. There is a set limited to the Dragon Ball GT characters and Uub appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as yellow or blue. Unlike the previous Keshi set, this base set is available in yellow and blue. The mini rubber figurine comes with one hand gripped beside him and the other in an uppercut punching position. His details are quite visible, even for a mono-colored (monochrome) figurine. Characters included in this Keshi Gomu GT set are Ledgic, Don Kee, Uub, King Kai, Mr. Satan, Pan, Goku, 2 variants of Trunks, Super Saiyan small Goku, small Goku, adult Gohan, Goten, Master Roshi, Krillin, Bulma with a wrench, Piccolo, Vegeta, a dragon resembling Shenron, and the spaceship used during the Black Star Dragon Ball saga for a total of 20 pieces.

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Super Battle Collection Volume 36 Majuub figure

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 1998

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai’s massive influx of releases in the mid-2000’s era. Pre-2000’s, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1998, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. Uub appears as volume 36 in this set. The piece is a unique mold for Uub and is likely one of the first pieces to feature the character at this height. Majuub appears in his white pants here, which is a depiction of the character from the GT sagas as opposed to his younger appearance in DBZ. The box mockup backflap portrays Uub as he maintains a serious expression. Also portrayed on the boxart backside is the SBC Uub figure from different angles. On the box front, there’s an image of Uub as well as a bubble allowing for the figure inside to be observed. All initial SBC pieces were released with a similar packaging, having a square box design with flaps, allowing for the figure to be removed from the packaging and easily placed back into it without damaging the box itself. The character is credited as "Oob" on the packaging. As a GT addition, the character has a yellow and black box mockup for the coloring scheme.

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Super Battle Collection Volume 36 Majuub alternate packaging

  • Super Battle Collection
  • Release date: 2003

The Super Battle Collection was a triumph for the longest amount of time prior to Bandai’s massive influx of releases in the mid-2000’s era. Pre-2000’s, there was only the Super Battle Collection scaled at the basic figure height of approximately 5 inches. Originally released in 1998, this series has seen numerous variants for specific pieces and has 42 models in the entire set. Majuub re-appears as volume 36 in this set, but this time has a white packaging as a variant. This variant features the DBGT logo and maintains the Super Battle Collection lettering on top. However, the model itself remains the same as the Super Guerriers mold from prior, having some minor differentiation due to the coloring scheme but maintaining the same size and model. The boxart still reads his title as "Oob."

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HG Collection Part 8 Uub and Announcer figurines

  • HG Collection Part 8
  • Release date: 2005

Released in August, 2005, Uub was included along with the World Martial Arts Tournament Announcer in the Part 8 set in the HG Collection. Uub is seen as he appears in the Kid Buu Saga here as he panics against Goku in their World Martial Arts Tournament round. He is seen sweating and fearful but maintains a tight grip and his feet are spread out. Other characters included in the HG Collection Part 8 set are Zarbon, Dodoria, Super Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, Goku with his power pole, and Super Saiyan Vegito.

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Chara Puchi Uub figurine

  • Chara Puchi Boo series
  • Release date: 2006

The Chara Puchi releases by Bandai were a popular addition to previous installments. Announced in 2005, the next mini figure set was released in January 2006 and incorporated plenty of characters from the Buu debacle including Uub. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball. Uub comes on top of a miniature transparent base with an expression of innocent joy and both his hands in a gripped posture as he prepares for the World Tournament. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy. Pieces included in this set are Gotenks, Uub, Majin Buu, Shenron, Goku (end of DBZ), Gohan (Great Saiyaman outfit), Kid Trunks, Kid Goten, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Super Saiyan Majin Vegeta.

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Dragon Ball GT RealWorks Uub figure

  • RealWorks Dragon Ball GT Series
  • Release date: 2007

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 January 23, 2007, pieces featured in this GT Volume are Majuub (credited as "Oob"), Trunks (GT), Goku (GT), Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta. The Uub figurine in this set stands at 12cm and features a very nice combat stance, maintaining one hand in a tight grip and raised waist-high while the other is stretched out with his palm open as he prepares for a blast. These pieces also come with a white base to stand on, signifying that they are from this specific DBGT Real Works set.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Part 2 Majuub figurine

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Series Part 2
  • Release date: 2007

Released in May 2007 by Bandai, the GT series was added to the original “Soul of Hyper Figuration” set, including both gray (black and white) versions and colored versions of the same figures in the set. Majuub was included in the Part 2 set along with Eis Shenron, Nuova Shenron, Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta preparing to fuse, Super Saiyan 4 Goku preparing to fuse, Super Android 17.

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Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Part 2 Majuub black and white version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration GT Series Part 2
  • Release date: 2007

Also released in 2007, the black and white version of the “Soul of Hyper Figuration” release is the same exact figurine but lacking in the color department. Like the colored version, however, it also comes with a base to stand on. This model is very similar to the color counterpart except it holds a black and white tint.

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Chara Puchi GT Series Majuub figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Chara Puchi Super Saiyan 4 Series
  • Release date: 2007

The Chara Puchi GT releases by Bandai were a popular addition to previous Dragon Ball Z installments. In June 2007, the next mini figure set that was released and incorporated plenty of characters from GT included Majuub. In this set, all the characters came sitting on top of a mini Dragon Ball or another item (such as a space pod). Majuub came sitting on a Dragon Ball and with a miniature transparent base. He is seen gripping one hand tightly as he pulls it backward and is punching with his other hand. He is in a fighting position here as opposed to the joyous expression depicted in the previous Chara Puchi Uub piece. As this piece is also a GT release, it features Uub with his vest and white pants, which he is seen wearing in GT. Also, the initial releases of these mini-figurines came with a small piece of candy.

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Collection New Generation Uub figurine

  • Collection New Generation
  • Release date: 2007

Bandai has offered a nice set called the “Collection New Generation,” which includes characters primarily from the Majin Buu Saga. The Uub in this set comes standing with both arms dangling to his sides, with an expression of innocence on his face. Others included in this gashapon set are Dabura, King Kai, Vegeta, Goku (as he appears in the final tournament), Babidi, Great Saiyaman, Kid Buu, a Super Kamikaze Ghost, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks. The base he stands on comes with a six-star Dragon Ball insignia representing his appearance in DBZ.

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Deformation GT Series Uub figurine

  • Dragon Ball GT Deformation Series
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a Super “Deformation” set in March 2008 in conjunction with the GT series to correspond with the previous Dragon Ball Z releases. The miniature figurines stand at about 5 cm. The Majuub in this set comes with a prepared stance, with both his hands tightly gripped and kept waist-high. The black round base of the figure reads the character’s name and allows for the mini figurine to stand on top of it, which in this figurine’s case has the base go by the Japanese naming scheme as “Oob.” This series is made up of 11 figures, including Uub, Omega Shenron (Super One-Star Dragon), Gogeta, Goku, Nuova Shenron (Four-Star Dragon), Pan, Super Android 17, Super Baby Form 1, Trunks, Vegeta, and a variant of Gogeta, which was a chaser figure with Metallic Paint.

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Dragon Ball GT Original Collection Uub figure

  • Original Collection Dragon Ball GT Series
  • Release date: 2008

The Original Collection series are basically re-releases of numerous figures previously unveiled by Bandai but in bubble packaging for the European and Asian market. Most figurines in this set have seen numerous re-releases. Originally released 2008, pieces featured in this GT Volume are Majuub (credited as "Uub"), Trunks (GT), Goku (GT), Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta. This is basically the same set as the RealWorks Dragon Ball GT Volume and the Uub figurine in this set stands at 12cm, remaining the exact same in terms of the mold and model. These pieces come with a brand new packaging scheme, allowing them to be highly collectible regardless of being the same pieces as the RealWorks models.

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Original Collection Series Uub figurine variant packaging

  • Colleccion Original
  • Release date: 2007

The Original Collection series is the international re-release of the RealWorks Volume 2 set. Included in these re-packs are Uub, Trunks, Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, and Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta. Each figure still comes with the same mini round blue bases. The assortment number for these re-releases is #29605. These figurines were re-released in multiple regions. This is the Spanish packaging variant. The package front reads "Colleccion Original" as opposed to "Original Collection."

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UDM Burst 12 Fukkatsu No F Edition Uub

  • UDM Burst 12 Fukkatsu No F Edition
  • Release date: 2015

The UDM Burst Edition 12 is a tribute to the Fukkatsu No F movie and features five additional newly modeled pieces. Unlike most recent UDM pieces, which have been re-releases of previous series, this is a newly modeled set featuring these new pieces. Scheduled for May 2015, the set includes Uub in a frantic posture, Goku in a confident position, Super Saiyan 3 Goku in an angered expression, Beerus in a levitating posture, and Whis with a calm demeanor. Each piece is modeled with a shiny, glossy touch and are a part of this second commemorative UDM set paying tribute to the Fukkatsu no F movie.

Banpresto

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High Grade Coloring Keychain series 5 Uub

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

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Uub keychain figure in 2009. The figure stands at approximately 2 inches tall. Also included in this same keychain assortment was Master Roshi, Super Saiyan Gohan with Great Saiyaman clothing, Goku, and Majin Buu with Bee the puppy. The Uub comes with one arm gripped and the other lowered to his side. The figure is very unique as it has an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the enormous impression placed on Uub's clothing, having a bronze-orange shiny tint perfecting his one-shoulder fighting shirt. This coloring scheme is the most unique for this character as it offers a highly collectible piece in terms of differentiating paint jobs.

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Micro Series Uub

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

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

MegaHouse

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Capsule Neo Part 5 World Edition Uub and Goku diorama

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

The first MegaHouse series to incorporate Uub was the Part 5 Capsule Neo set entitled “World Edition” and released in December, 2004. It portrayed Uub holding onto Goku as they soar through the skies, with the world as a base underneath them. Uub is masterfully detailed for such a miniature piece along with his surprised reaction as he grips Goku. This is a nice tribute to the final ending scene of DBZ. 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, King Cold on his throne chair along with Cyborg Frieza, Goku carrying Kid Gohan on his shoulder while riding the Flying Nimbus, and Piccolo unleashing his Special Beam Cannon (Makkankosappo) attack and simultaneously piercing Raditz and Goku.

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Capsule Neo Uub versus Goku diorama color version

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

Following numerous gashapon releases, MegaHouse came out with another diorama set in July 2007 that included Uub fighting Goku in the World Martial Arts Tournament. Like many of the previous installations, this diorama included a memorable fight scene. Uub's angered eruption of Kiai is seen here as he screams with all his might, sending Goku flailing backward. Goku manages to grip himself so as not to fall out of bounds but is seen losing his footing and falling back. A nice effect is the wave of ki surrounding the two characters, directed toward Goku and being sent from Uub's strike.

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Capsule Neo Part 14 Uub versus Goku diorama set gold variant

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

MegaHouse also released the same aforementioned figurine set in a gold base as an alternate coloring scheme. Also released in July 2007 as part of the 14th MegaHouse series, this is the same figurine set that portrays Uub screaming in Goku's direction, sending him backward. As a special gold variant, the production of this set was limited but serves as a nice alternate collectible for those interested in different color schemes.

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Chess Set Part 6 Goku with Uub chess piece

  • Chess Set Collection Part 6
  • Release date: Unknown

As a part of the Chess set Collection Part 6, MegaHouse included Uub on Goku's back as they fly through the skies. It is a part of the chess piece collection and one of the final secret pieces in the final set released. Other exclusive pieces also included with this final set are Master Roshi on top of Turtle, and Shenron soaring through the clouds.

Unifive

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Mini Figure Volume 5 Goku with Uub

  • Mini Figure Volume 5
  • Release date: 2004

Unifive's Mini Figure series volume 5 was released in May 2004 and modeled as Kubrick-style figurines, being composed of numerous Dragon Ball Z characters, including Goku from the ending of DBZ with a miniature Uub. This basic figurine comes as Goku's accessory. Goku appears as he did in the end of DBZ for this duo. Uub is miniature sized and is designed in a panic-driven style. The figurines are modeled in a cute manner and are very similar to Lego and Kubrick pieces and other figurines of that caliber in terms of modeling. This Volume 5 set is a tribute to Goku as it portrays him in numerous stages of his life. Others included in this same Volume 5 set are Kid Goku, Goku with Shu's clothing and Fortuneteller Baba, Goku with winter clothes, Goku with his power pole and ragged clothes, Goku on the Nimbus cloud, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan 2 Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, and Goku with Bubbles.

Irwin Toy

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The Saga Continues Super Warriors Series 3 including Uub 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 Uub in Series 3 of their miniature releases. Also included in the same series was Raditz, Majin Buu, Dr. Gero, final form Frieza, and Super Saiyan Vegito. Uub’s miniature model showcases him in a peaceful stance, where both his arms are being held to his sides and his eyes hold an innocent yet adventurous glare.

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The Saga Continues Series 7-12 including Uub figurine

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

Irwin Toy pretty much re-released all the previous 2 inch Super Guerriers figurines. Uub 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.

Jakks Pacific

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Kid Buu Saga Uub figure

  • Kid Buu Saga Series 14
  • Release date: 2003

Released in 2003, Jakks has offered an Uub figure as a part of the Kid Buu Saga set, which was the Series 14 addition to the Irwin and Jakks figures. This set also included Vegeta, Goku, Teen Trunks, and Kid Buu to represent the Kid Buu Saga set. This set has likely one of the most detailed of the paint jobs when it comes to these characters. Due to the overall impression on Uub's angered expression, the figure stands out as a highly detailed piece. This piece remains one of the most consistent and accurate in terms of distinctive attributes for Uub. Of course, Uub comes with some accessories, which in his case are a few piles of rock debris for a better atmospheric depiction of his fight.

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Legendary Battles 2-pack including Goku and Uub

  • Legendary Battles 2-packs Series 6
  • Release date: 2004

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Uub along with Goku 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 Goku and Uub. The box mockup is highlighted by a blue and black blaze and the background coloring scheme is a yellow aura. Uub is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Uub’s paint job and scale. This is the second Uub figure that has been released by Jakks. It remains the same aside from coming with a new shattered rock accessory. Goku comes with a his blue Gi and a spiral blue blast attack. The packaging front flap reads “Legendary Battles” and details the included figures as "Goku vs. Uub." The packaging backboard and front flap portrays images of Goku and Uub as a nice design scheme. Other 2-packs included in this same set are Raditz versus Gohan, and Vegeta versus Frieza.

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Legendary Battles Error Variant 2-pack including Goku and Uub

  • Legendary Battles 2-packs Series 6
  • Release date: 2004

Jakks Pacific has released the same 2-pack of Uub along with Goku in its Dragon Ball Z series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in 2004, this specific 2-pack is entitled “Legendary Battles,” and is a factory defect error when it comes to the packaging as it displays Frieza and Vegeta on the box front instead of Goku and Uub. The box front reads "Vegeta vs. Frieza" and portrays images of the two characters. Rather than the alternate packaging being a defect, the figures remain the exact same as the aforementioned 2-pack.

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Battle For Freedom 2-pack including Super Baby Vegeta and Uub

  • Battle For Freedom 2-packs Series 7
  • Release date: 2004

Jakks Pacific has released a 2-pack of Super Baby Vegeta along with Uub in its GT series additions to the 2-pack sets. Released in 2004, this specific 2-pack is entitled “Battle For Freedom.” Uub is actually in his Majuub appearance here and is modeled to a perfect format with extreme detail and likely one of the best pieces in terms of Uub’s joints being superb, allowing for numerous points of articulation. This 2-pack is quite a rarity as it was released in scarce quantities, coincidentally making Majuub in this format one of Jakks Pacific’s rarest figures along with the Super Baby Vegeta included in the same set. Other 2-packs in this same set are Omega Shenron versus Goku, and Super Android 17 versus Super Saiyan Vegeta.

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Master and Scholar 2-pack including Goku and Uub

  • Master and Scholar 2-packs Series 14
  • Release date: 2006

The Master and Scholar 2-packs are the Series 14 additions to the 2-pack sets released by Jakks Pacific. First produced in 2006, they feature a "Limited Edition Paint" logo on the figures themselves. The initial set includes Uub with Goku as the master and scholar due to their training together in the end of DBZ. Other 2-packs included in this same set are Master Roshi with Kid Goku, and Piccolo with adult Gohan. All the figures in this set are featured in a light chrome paint job, allowing for a touch of gray in the overall coloring scheme and a fading effect in terms of the paint job. Uub's figure remains the same aside from the paint job differential itself.

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Unlikely Alliances 2-pack including Goku and Uub

  • Unlikely Alliances 2-packs Series 20
  • Release date: 2007

Jakks Pacific has released a very similar 2-pack of Goku along with Uub 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 Uub and Goku in the World Martial Arts Tournament. The box mockup is highlighted by a red lining and an overall black and white palette for it initial design and coloring scheme. This set is very similar to the previous "Legendary Battles" variant of Uub, but features a brand new packaging scheme. Goku and Uub are still packaged with debris and the same spiral blast as prior. Other pieces included in this same 2-pack set are Raditz and Kid Gohan, and Vegeta and Frieza. The Uub figure in this set seems to have a bit of a matte touch-up rather than a glossy finish as seen in the previous "Legendary Battles" set. The packaging front flap reads “Unlikely Alliances" and details the included figures as "Uub" and "Goku." The packaging backboard and front flap portrays images of Uub and Goku in a black and white gray-scale format as a nice alternate design scheme.

Plex

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Anime Heroes Mini Big Head Vol. 4 Uub figurine

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

In the large assortment of “Anime Heroes” series offered by Plex, Uub has made an appearance in volume 4 released in December 2008. The miniature figurine comes with an orange base to stand on. The head is of course sized larger than the rest of the body to better initiate a chibi style. Uub’s facial reaction here displays an angered expression as he fights Goku in the World Martial Arts Tournament, stomping his feet on the ground and maintaining his hands in a gripped posture.

Yutaka

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Yutaka miniature 5-pack including Uub

  • Miniature DBGT 5-pack set
  • Release date: 1996

A 5-piece miniature set encompassing characters from GT was produced by Yutaka and holds the Banpresto logo. Yutaka's 5-piece set included Uub, Goku, Trunks, Pan, and Master Roshi as they appear in Dragon Ball GT. The miniatures are scaled at the same height and shaped similar to the rubber-styled finger puppet series. Each piece is unique and highly collectible for a vintage set.

Panini

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DBGT Premium Series Uub miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball GT Premium series
  • Release date: 2001

Italian company Panini has released a unique sticker series that has included figurines within its mini cellophane trading card pamphlets entitled "Dragon Ball GT Premium" and has "Special Stickers" written on the cover as well as the Panini logo. This miniature Uub figurine is on par with the "Saga Continues" Irwin line and the "Super Guerriers" AB Groupe line. It is modeled very similar to these sculpts and comes in the same height bracket. As a miniature collectible, Uub is seen with both arms directly dangling beside him. He maintains his original clothing as he appears in the beginning of DBGT. Even for a miniature figurine, it has a great deal of detail, making it a very nice collectible at this scale.

Messori Cioccolato

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DBGT Messori Cioccolato series Uub miniature collectible

  • Dragon Ball GT figurine series
  • Release date: 2003

Released in February 2003, this miniature scale series has incorporated some previously released pieces under the Panini license. This time, it was released by "Messori Cioccolato," a brand of chocolate candy. Pieces featured in this set are Pan, adult Gohan, Vegeta, Dr. Myuu, Uub, Baby, Bulma, Videl, Bulla, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Giru, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan Trunks, and Goku (child-size).

KidzBiz

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The Legend is Here series set with Uub figurine

  • The Legend is Here series
  • Release date: 2000

The same mini Uub 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, Dr. Gero, and Raditz.

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The Legend is Here Series 3 with mini Uub figurine

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

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

Mattel

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Dragon Ball GT Volume 36 Uub figure

  • Dragon Ball GT series
  • Release date: 2000

Mattel's Dragon Ball GT series has included reissues of the previously released Super Battle Collection figures. Coincidentally, these same figures were also re-released by Irwin Toy. Mattel's version doesn't differ from either of these reissues aside from the fact that it offers a new packaging for the figure in this 2000 lineup. The cardboard is a light and dark green along with having a basic figure bubble in front as well as an insert photo of the included character, which in this case is volume 36 Uub. The figurine is notated as "Oob" on the packaging as an alternate naming for this release.

Showa Note

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Dragon Ball Z Kyarappu Vol. 2 Uub

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

Bandai's Kyarappu vol. 2 (Kharap Volume 2) has included a repertoire of characters atop Dragon Balls as their base. This set is known as the Kyarappu (Kharap) or secret "calibration wrap" Dragon Ball and is a set of special pencil caps. It includes many characters in the set, including Uub. Uub is seen standing atop a seven-star ball and charging his energy for an attack he maintains a crouched posture. Pieces included in this volume 2 set are Mr. Satan, Kid Buu, Majin Buu, Goten, Gotenks, Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Trunks, Majin Vegeta, Gohan, Vegito holding Super Buu's antennae, and Uub as a secret piece.

Giochi Preziosi

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Giochi Preziosi Uub figurine

  • Giochi Preziosi's miniature series
  • Release date: Unknown

This miniature Uub was included with the Giochi Preziosi mini figurine releases. Uub is seen in an extremely similar pose to his Petites Boolzz Série 5 Bandai piece, holding the exact same posture as prior and wearing his blue gi. However, this is a full-color piece, albeit having some differentiating coloring and somewhat difference in his the position of his feet. The piece is unique although it is a very similar mold when compared to the Bandai Petites Boolzz piece.

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Mini Figurines with Capsule set including Uub

  • Mini Figurines with Capsule
  • Release date: Unknown

A set of mini figurines was released inside ufo-style capsules featuring characters from DBZ and DBGT. Characters included in this set are Baby, Goku, Gohan, Pan, Uub, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku, and Super Saiyan Trunks. Each comes with a capsule dome with a lid, which opens up and allows the figurine to be removed or re-inserted. Each ufo capsule features a unique coloring around the panels, ranging from green, blue, red, and yellow.

Sticker Design

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Mini Toys Serie 1 including Uub figurine

  • Mini Toys Serie 1
  • Release date: 2008

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

Mexican Manufacturer

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Mexican manufacturer produced Majuub 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. Majuub here is seen in angered posture, maintaining one hand in a gripped posture and the other in an open-palm position, preparing for a blast. All his clothing, hair and accessories are kept intact for a unique piece.

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