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There are currently a total of 59 Zarbon collectibles that have been released by numerous companies to date. A gallery and the attached information appends to the official releases and genuine specifics in regards to the additional merchandise pertaining to each release.

Bandai

Unknown KeshiGomu Zarbon

KeshiGomu Part 3 Zarbon figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 3
  • Release date: 1990

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. Zarbon appears twice in this miniature series, both in his first form and in his second form. The mini rubber figurine in the Part 3 set comes with one arm resting on his side and the other dangling beside him. Characters included in the Part 3 Keshi set are Zarbon, Dodoria, Cui, Frieza in his first form, Goku with Gregory, a Namekian warrior, Cyborg Tao, Master Shen, Piano, Tambourine, Sūi, Bulma, Gohan, Muuri, and Great Ape Vegeta for a total of 15 pieces.

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Part 4 Keshi Zarbon Monster Form figurine

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Part 4
  • Release date: 1990

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. Zarbon appears twice this miniature series, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. As a part of the Part 4 set released in 1990, the mini rubber figurine comes with both hands beside him, tightly gripped as his feet remain spread apart. The monster form of the same miniature rubber set comes with both arms to his sides and a wicked reptilian smile. A distinct feature is the impression placed on the scales on Zarbon’s monster form, even for such a miniature figure. There are a wide variety of characters in the Keshi series. Pieces included in the Part 4 Keshi set are Zarbon transformed, Daiz, Cacao, Amond, Rezun, Lakasei, Turles, miniature Piccolo, miniature Goku, Dende, Guru, Nail, Frieza in his first form, and Gohan for a total of 15 pieces.

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Kurosu Part 2 Zarbon snap-together figurine

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

Bandai has released a set of collectible snap-together figurines that have included a few of Frieza's elites. This Zarbon figurine was released in the early 90's and is a great addition to the snap-together sets available. Zarbon 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 hair braid may also be disconnected and reconnected to his head. The figurine is one of the very first Zarbon 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. Characters included in this same collectible Kurosu Part 2 gashapon series are Zarbon, Dodoria, Nappa, Turles, Raditz, Vegeta, Gohan, Krillin, Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, and Bardock for a total of 10 pieces in this set.

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Keshi Scouter Part 1 insert photo including Zarbon

  • Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu Scouter Part 1
  • 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. Zarbon appears once in this miniature set, although the same mold appears in numerous colors, such as red, green, blue, yellow, or tan. The mini rubber figurine comes with his hands gripped tightly into fists as his cape flails behind him and he maintains a battle ready stance. Pieces included in this Scouter Part 1 Keshi set are Zarbon, Frieza in his first form, Gohan, Goku, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, and Captain Ginyu for a total of 9 pieces.

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Miniature Zarbon Collectible with base

  • Miniature Collectibles with bases
  • Release date: Unknown

Numerous mini-figurines were released of Zarbon and Dodoria. Both are very rare and have miniature blue bases to stand on. They are, in construct, much like the small toy soldiers that stand on the plastic bases. In the 90’s, a series of miniature quarter-priced rubber machine toys was released, much like the Ultimate Muscle series and coming in randomized colors. They are known as Dorakeshi Keshi-Gomu and are rather hard to come by. All characters in this set came in a random color and all of them were very tiny and immobile. This figurine is included in a 4-pack circular capsule, with each figure on one side of the capsule. Zarbon appears in this mini rubber figurine set and comes with both arms beside him in a prepared stance as his cape flows to the side. This mini figurine has a miniature blue base to stand on. It is, in construct, much like the small toy soldiers that stand on the plastic bases. These pieces were essentially designed to be used in the board games also manufactured by Bandai. Numerous characters are included in this set and also standing on these mini bases, including Zarbon, Dodoria Nappa, Frieza in his first form, Frieza in his third form, Frieza in his final form, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Krillin, Gohan, Vegeta (Frieza Saga) kicking, Vegeta (Saiyan Saga), Piccolo, Goku, and Future Trunks.

Bandai 2004 Soul of Hyper Figuration Zarbon

Soul of Hyper Figuration Zarbon color version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 2
  • Release date: 2004

The original “Soul of Hyper Figuration” series 2 set was released in June 2004 by Bandai, including both gray versions and colored versions of the same figures in the set. Zarbon comes standing in this set, with his hair toppled in front of him and his arms dangling on both sides. The coloring scheme has a very nice shadow effect in terms of how the paint job is reflected. Others included in this set were Dodoria, Frieza, Android 18, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Yamcha, and Krillin.

Bandai 2004 Soul of Hyper Figuration Zarbon Grey

Soul of Hyper Figuration Zarbon black and white version

  • Soul of Hyper Figuration Series 2
  • Release date: 2004

Also released in June 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 Dodoria, Frieza, Android 18, Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Yamcha, and Krillin.

Bandai 2005 HG Part 8 Zarbon

HG Collection Part 8 Zarbon figurine

  • HG Collection Part 8
  • Release date: 2005

Bandai has released a slew of Gashapon pieces in the HG collection. This series is likely one of the best in terms of assortment and wide variety of characters. It also incorporates numerous sagas from the entire series run. Released in 2005, Bandai’s series 8 introduced Zarbon with two Dragon Balls being held in his hands. His facial expression is captured perfectly as he is depicted in his first appearance. His hair topples in front of his armor rather than behind him in this set and his cape is seen in a flowing motion. Pieces included in this HG Collection Part 8 set are Zarbon, Dodoria, the World Tournament Announcer with Uub, Super Saiyan Vegito, Super Buu, Super Saiyan Gotenks, and Goku wielding his Power Pole.

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Chara Puchi Miniature Zarbon figurine

  • Chara Puchi Frieza Edition
  • Release date: 2006

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

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HG Collection Part 14 Zarbon Monster Form

  • HG Collection Part 14
  • Release date: 2007

Part 14 of the HG series includes Zarbon in his monster form leaping into the air with his arms thrust and his legs jolting in the direction of his prey. The figure was first released in July 2007 and standing at about 8 cm (3 inches), the figure comes in a plastic bag and included is an insert paper to showcase other figurines pertaining to the set. The figure is one of the first highly detailed releases to portray Zarbon's monster form and comes with a base to lean on. The figure’s position is taken from the scene in which Zarbon transforms and immediately pounces into the air, preparing to attack the surprised Vegeta. Others included in the HG Collection Part 14 set Mr. Popo with Dende, Super Saiyan Future Trunks, Frieza in his final form, Perfect Cell, and Super Saiyan Goku and Super Saiyan teen Gohan preparing a final Kamehameha.

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Frieza Invasion series Zarbon figurine

  • HG Collection Frieza Invasion Series
  • Release date: 2007

The HG series saw a re-release under the special Gashapon series for the “Freeza Invasion” set. Released in September 2007, Bandai’s well-painted redone figures came with a stylized paint job that was very bright and rather light with the shading. The Zarbon in this set was the same base figure from the previous release but with a brighter touch-up. The Dragon Balls Zarbon holds are also brighter and shiny. Others included in this set are Dodoria, Cui, first form Frieza, Super Saiyan Goku, and Vegeta, all receiving the same paint job and detailing.

Bandai 2008 Imagination Zarbon Dodoria Frieza

Zarbon, Dodoria and Frieza collectible figurine set

  • Petit Imagination Series
  • Release date: 2008

There has been a chibi set released in 2008 by Bandai entitled Petit “Imagination Figure,” incorporating numerous popular scenes from the series. These figurines stand at about 5 cm (2 inches) and Zarbon comes beside Dodoria with Frieza smirking behind them. The chibi figurines are made in a more cute style and showcase the three villains in their initial first appearance. Although they are the only villains included in this series, other pieces in this set include Vegeta with a few Saibamen, Super Saiyan Goku staring at a final form Frieza, a younger Goku on Shenron, and two versions of Piccolo and Goku in red and yellow race cars.

Bandai 2008 Super Deformation Zarbon

Deformation Series Freeza Edition Zarbon figurine

  • Deformation Series Freeza Edition
  • Release date: 2008

Bandai has also released a "Deformation" series Freeza Edition set in 2008 with the figurines standing at about 5 cm. The Zarbon in this set comes with a punching motion and snarling with his teeth showing. 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 Dodoria, Frieza in his first form, Frieza in his final form, Dende, Vegeta, Bardock, Mr. Popo, Porunga, and Super Saiyan Goku.

Bandai 2009 Chara Puchi Zarbon

Chara Puchi Phone Strap Zarbon figurine

  • Chara Puchi Phone Strap Series 8
  • Release date: 2009

Another release by Bandai is the Chara Puchi Phone Strap series Part 8 in April 2009. The figurines in this set stand at about 4 cm and Zarbon is included in this set (Part 8 of the initial complete series), holding two Dragon Balls and standing upright. All the figures included in this set come with mini Dragon Balls dangling alongside their chains, which are intended to be used as phone straps or for other attachment accessories. Zarbon’s Dragon Ball is the 5 star ball, whilst the other characters come with another numeric, completing the full set. Others included in this series are Dodoria, first form Frieza, Piccolo, Vegeta, Super Saiyan Goku, and Porunga.

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SG Collection series 2 Zarbon

  • SG Collection series 2
  • Release date: 2009

Bandai's repaints were a common venture and it was no exception when it came to the Dragon Ball Kai SG Collection series. Released in November, 2009, the volume 2 set included a repertoire of characters in purple and green 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 Frieza saga and included in the SG series 2, each piece came in three different colors, a green base, purple base, and glow-in-the-dark clear base. The characters and pertaining color scheme in accordance were: Frieza (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Zarbon (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Dodoria (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Cui (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Captain Ginyu (Purple, Clear Glow, Green), Captain Ginyu in Goku's body (Green, Clear Glow, Purple), Recoome (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Jeice (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Guldo (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Burter (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), Master Roshi (Purple, Green, Clear Glow), King Kai (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), Vegeta (Green, Purple, Clear Glow), and Super Saiyan Goku (Green, Purple, Clear Glow).

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Soul of Chozokei Zarbon figurine

  • Soul of Chozokei Episode of Frieza Series
  • Release date: 2010

Another of Bandai’s releases is the Soul of Hyper Figuration “Episode of Frieza” 2010 set, which was made to coincide with the Dragon Ball Kai release. Figures included in this set were Zarbon, Dodoria, Krillin wielding a destructo disc, first form Frieza, second form Frieza, third form Frieza, final form Frieza, and Super Saiyan Goku. Standing at about 2.5 inches, the Zarbon figure in this set comes holding two shiny Dragon Balls and his braided hair is seen toppling in front of his armor rather than behind him.

Bandai 2010 Lineage Zarbon Color

MCLoF Zarbon Color version

  • Mask Collection Lineage of F (Genealogy of Frieza) Series
  • Release date: 2010

A very unique set released by Bandai in 2010 is the “Mask Collection Lineage of F” series, which portrays the sculpted heads of Frieza’s forces in a statuesque manner. Two versions of each character in this set are available; one colored version, and one completely black version with red eyes. The Zarbon in this series is highly detailed and is likely the best representation of his face as a single sculpt, with his genuine scouter and very remarkable and meticulous hair design. The hair does a circular wrap-around on his neck and the base portrays the character’s name in solid neon highlights. This collectible statuette is one of the most highly detailed and the rest of the series is also very thorough in its initial construct and replication, staying true to the original look and feel of the manga and anime alike. Also available as color pieces in this set are Dodoria, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Frieza in his first form, Frieza in his second form, Frieza in his third form, Frieza in his final form, Cyborg Frieza, and King Cold.

Bandai 2010 Lineage Zarbon Black

MCLoF Zarbon Black variant

  • Mask Collection Lineage of F (Genealogy of Frieza) Series
  • Release date: 2010

The other version of Bandai’s 2010 release of the “Mask Collection Lineage of F” is the black variant. All characters in this set are featured with a completely black paint job and a very distinguishing detail: they all have piercing red eyes. This is likely to signify the evil aspect of the characters and makes for a great addition to any collection. Also available as black variant pieces in this set are Dodoria, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Captain Ginyu, Frieza in his first form, Frieza in his second form, Frieza in his third form, Frieza in his final form, and Cyborg Frieza.

Banpresto

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UFO Catcher Zarbon figure close up

  • UFO Catcher Series 3
  • Release date: 2004

The first Unifive SofVi figurines (5” scale) from series 3 of the Banpresto UFO catcher line of figures was originally released in 2004. These figures come bagged with miniature tags depicting their series numeric and are immobile as their feet do not turn and the articulation is limited. However, the initial paint job and design is remarkable. The Zarbon came packaged with a bagging and a logo card along with the others from the set (Future Trunks, final form Frieza, Piccolo, and Super Saiyan Goku). The Zarbon is very hard to come by but is especially well-designed in a hand gesture posture (hand is placed on side), with the cape in motion, and the closest likeness at a 5 inch scale.

Banpresto 2008 Keychain Zarbon

Keychain Zarbon figurine

  • High Grade Keychain Series
  • Release date: 2008

Following the initial releases, Banpresto also released a highly detailed Zarbon keychain figure in October 2008. The figure stands at approximately 3 inches tall. Also included in this keychain assortment was Dodoria, first form Frieza, Bulma, and Super Saiyan Goku. The Zarbon comes with the arms-crossed posture and is a mini-figure with an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Zarbon’s face, which is made slightly sharper and the overall motion of the cape, which is flowing in the wind.

Banpresto 2008 Gashapon Zarbon Reissue

Zarbon keychain series re-release figurine

  • Keychain Re-release Gashapon Series
  • Release date: 2008

The aforementioned 2008 set has been re-released without the attached keyrings and Zarbon was part of this set including King Vegeta, Goku from the Monkey King Legend manga art, and a few others in a set. The only differentiating factor from the keychain set is that the figurine can be taken apart (including his head, torso, legs, and cape) as the pieces easily attach and latch into place much like a Gashapon figure.

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DBZ018 Zarbon figurine

  • DWC World Collectible Series Volume 3
  • Release date: 2009

The Banpresto DWC vol. 3 includes Zarbon as collectible number DBZ018 in the miniature series and was released in April, 2009. The figure comes with arms crossed and with a distinct smirk. 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 Zarbon stands at 8 cm and is the first to be released in this set. Also included in the DWC Volume 3 set are Dodoria, Recoome, Guldo, Jeice, Burter, Captain Ginyu, and Frieza in his first form.

Banpresto 2009 Creatures Zarbon Monster

Creatures series Zarbon Monster Form figure

  • Dragon Ball Z Creatures Series 3
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto has also released quite a few figures for the “Dragon Ball Creatures” series. This series is likely the most highly detailed and sculpted in a monstrous fashion, showcasing the brutal aspects of the series’ villains. Released on April 9, 2009, and approximately 5 inches tall, Zarbon first debuted in the “Creatures” lineup in his monster form, with a savage and feral posture (much like a reptilian beast) as he prepares to pounce. The figure size is also distinguished as it is quite tall (standing at about 7 inches). There is heavy detail on the clothes, but the hands and especially the nails are made in a demonic way to highlight the beast form. Also included in this Creatures Series 3 release is Oozaru Vegeta.

Zarbon Keyring Creatures

Creatures series Zarbon Monster Form head keychain

  • Dragon Ball Kai Creatures Keyholder Series
  • Release date: 2009

Banpresto has also released a few characters exclusively as a “Dragon Ball Kai Creatures Head Keyholder” set in 2009. They are basically large-scale heads of some characters which are featured as keychains. The Zarbon monster form in this set is rather ferocious, with eyes completely white with rage and mouth open, there’s a great deal of detail on the scales and indents on the feral features of the head, such as the brutish eye ridges and elongated jaw and reptilian mouth structure. His hair is also very intricately designed as it slides to one side of his demonic facial expression. Also included in this Creatures Keyholder set are Dodoria, Captain Ginyu, and Frieza in his first form.

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Zarbon and Vegeta double keyholder figurine set

  • DBKai Keyholder Series
  • Release date: 2009

Also released in 2009 by Banpresto is a basic Dragon Ball Kai keyholder set. Zarbon comes with a rushing posture (as he was attempting to battle Vegeta in his final moments) and is packaged alongside a Vegeta figure (as he was prepared for Zarbon’s final onslaught). The keychains are miniature but are rather well-crafted for their size. Zarbon’s mouth is open, portraying a ravenous snarl and one of his eyes is shown larger than the other due to the furious moment. Vegeta is seen grinning with his teeth as he is prepared for anything Zarbon can throw at him. Both keychains are in battle damage, with their shoulder-pad armor being blown off and their clothing is rather shredded and being torn off at places due to the scuffle. Other double keyholder pieces included in this set are Dodoria with Krillin, Frieza with Super Saiyan Goku, Dende with Porunga, and Nail with Piccolo.

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Kai Super Variant Zarbon keychain re-release figurine

  • DBKai Variant High Grade Keychain Series
  • Release date: 2009

Offering an alternate paint job, Banpresto also re-released a highly detailed Zarbon keychain figure in 2009 as a part of the Kai "Super" variant re-release series. The figurine stands at approximately 3 inches tall. The Zarbon comes with the arms-crossed posture and is a mini-figure with an airbrushed paint job. The figure’s distinguishing factor is the great impression placed on Zarbon’s face, which is made slightly sharper and the overall motion of the cape, which is flowing in the wind. Also, the paint job is greatly different from the prior release, being much more glossy and rather shiny in terms of the overall appearance. Particularly, the hair has an extremely light glow. Also included in this same Kai HG Keyring set are Dodoria, Frieza in his first form, Bulma, Super Saiyan Goku, and Goku charging up his Kaio-ken technique.

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DBKai 018 Zarbon metallic Kai version figurine

  • DWC DBKai World Collectible Series Volume 3
  • Release date: 2009

The Banpresto DWC vol. 3 includes Zarbon as collectible number DBKai 018 in the Kai re-release miniature series and was released in December, 2009. The figure comes with arms crossed and with a distinct smirk 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 Zarbon stands at 8 cm and is the second 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 purple outline rather than a yellow one. Also included in the DWC DBKai Volume 3 set are Dodoria, Recoome, Guldo, Jeice, Burter, Captain Ginyu, and Frieza in his first form.

Banpresto 2009 HSCF Zarbon

DBKai HSCF Zarbon figure

  • DBKai HSCF Series Volume 3
  • Release date: 2010

After the Creatures series, there has been a Zarbon released in January 2010 in the “HighSpec Coloring Figure (HSCF)” series 3 assortment. The figure is titled as number 10 in the set and comes in an authentic box and image art. Others in this assortment include Dodoria (number 11), first form Frieza (number 9), and Cui (number 12). 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 arms-crossed posture.

Banpresto 2010 FreezasForce Zarbon

Freeza's Force series Zarbon figure

  • Freeza's Force Series Volume 1
  • Release date: 2010

A genuine collection offered by Banpresto is the “Freeza’s Force” series, which includes almost all of Frieza’s military regiment along with his remarkable spaceship. Some figures in this set are only available as a part of this series and are extremely rare. Zarbon appears twice in this series. His first figure in this set was released on February 4, 2010 and is collectible number 003 in this very large assortment. This figurine comes with his arms-crossed posture and the cape flowing around him. Much like the entire set, the figure is detailed in a glossy and shiny look. Also included in the Freeza's Force series volume 1 set are Dodoria, Cui, Frieza in his first form, and Malaka.

Banpresto 2010 HQDX Zarbon

HQDX Volume 5 Zarbon figure

  • HQDX Series Volume 5
  • Release date: 2010

Banpresto has also released a Zarbon in the Dragon Ball Kai “High Quality DX Figure” series in April, 2010. The figure comes (much like the High Spec Coloring Figure) in an arms-crossed posture and is quite large-scale as it stands at about 7 inches. It is titled as vol. 5 in this collection and is figurine number 11 in this set. The differences in this specific piece and the aforementioned High Spec piece are the coloring scheme and the overall facial reaction. In this HQ DX piece, the paint job is very exquisite and the likeness is uncanny, although the paint job is less shiny and closer to the series’ anime look. The expression of the figure is that of complete calm characteristic and a refined charming and elegant quality. Also included in the HQDX volume 5 is Frieza in his first form.

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DBKai 045 Zarbon Monster form figurine

  • DWC DBKai Collectible Series Volume 6
  • Release date: 2010

Following the first Banpresto release in the vol. 3 series is the Zarbon transformed. This figure (also standing at 8 cm) is the second to be released in this series. This series comes packaged in mini-boxes and displays the featured character in front of the box and others in the same set on the side panel of the box. The figure was released in May 2010 and is listed as collectible number DBKai 045 and is from vol. 6. This Zarbon monster form comes with arms spread out and with the mouth open in an expression of wicked laughter. The figure also comes with a light blue base to stand on. Also included in the volume 6 assortment are Cui, Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, Frieza in his second form, Frieza in his third form, Appule, Cooler, and Turles.

Banpresto 2010 FreezasForce Zarbon Monster

Freeza's Force series Zarbon Monster Form figure

  • Freeza's Force Series Volume 4
  • Release date: 2010

The second Zarbon figure in the “Freeza’s Force” series is the Zarbon transformed. Released on May 25, 2010 and a part of the volume 4 set, the figure is number 018 in the set and is also painted in the shiny, glossy method. The box art details the figure in the front, depicting the set as “Freeza’s Force IV” and highlights the others included in the same set. The figure stands in an upright position and comes with a pink base to stand on, much like the rest of the series. The figure’s arms topple to the sides, simply in a standing stance without attacking. This is likely a good piece for any collection as most others of Zarbon in his second form are in some form of attack position or movement. Other pieces included in the Freeza's Force volume 4 set are Sūi, Banan, Frieza in his third form, and Frieza in his final form.

Banpresto 2010 Creatures Zarbon

Creatures series Zarbon figure

  • Dragon Ball Kai Creatures Series 3
  • Release date: 2010

The second Zarbon released by Banpresto in June, 2010 was part of the "Dragon Ball Kai Creatures" series 3 and was actually in his first form. It was released in accordance with the Dragon Ball Kai releases. The figure showcases a brilliant stance, allowing both arms to be spread out and his cape flowing around him. This is likely designed to be a very gallant stance and stands out as one of the best designed pieces in the Banpresto Creatures collection. Also included in the same Dragon Ball Kai Creatures series 3 set is Dodoria.

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Keychain series Zarbon transforming figurine

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

In 2010, Banpresto released a Zarbon collectible in the form of a keychain and figurine displaying him charging with sparks flying in numerous directions and his beast form igniting in front of his first form face in an eruption of demonic aura. The exquisite feature here is the transformation in progress, with Zarbon’s arms getting beastly and his scales showing on his skin. This is likely the only figurine produced displaying his transformation in progress with his reptilian face enclosing the basic alien face. This piece was included with the Dragon Ball Kai releases as the keychain sets. Others included in this same set are Nappa, Chiaotzu, Vegeta, and Super Saiyan Goku.

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WCF Series Frieza Special Edition Volume 1 Zarbon figurine

  • WCF Frieza Special Edition Volume 1
  • Release date: 2015

A set of WCF figures has been announced as a special edition tribute for the Frieza saga scheduled for November 30th, 2015. This is the Volume 1 set and incorporates six pieces for the Frieza special edition tribute. Included in this Dragon Ball WCF [World Collectable Figure] Special Frieza Edition series are the following pieces: A) Frieza in his first form, B) Frieza in his second form, C) Frieza in his third form, D) Zarbon, E) Dodoria, and F) Raspberry. Each piece stands at approximately 7cm. Each comes atop a round base for this set. Zarbon is seen holding up two Dragon Balls and a serious expression on his face. Zarbon is figurine number DBFS003 (Dragon Ball Freeza Special 003).

MegaHouse

MegaHouse 2003 Neo Zarbon Vegeta

Zarbon vs Vegeta diorama color version

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 2
  • Release date: 2003

MegaHouse has released a slew of Gashapon figures in a diorama series entitled Capsule Neo incorporating scenes from the Dragon Ball universe. The first wave involved the Saiyan conflict. The second initial set release included the Namek struggle, which was released in 2003. The Zarbon figure first released in this set portrayed him standing in his arrival posture upon landing on the ground, preparing to face Vegeta. The figure, much like most in this set, came with another character (one they were fighting). The basic set was released within Dragon Balls and the Gashapons included two figurines, which would be attached to a ground base and showcase a scene from the series. The Zarbon came facing Vegeta in his first initial MegaHouse appearance. Also included in this same Capsule part 2 set are Recoome versus Gohan, Frieza in his second form versus Piccolo, Captain Ginyu versus Goku, Goku versus Frieza, and Super Saiyan Goku versus Frieza. When all figures are collected, they each bring together a piece that constructs a large Porunga figure.

MegaHouse 2003 Neo Zarbon Vegeta Gold

Zarbon vs Vegeta diorama gold variant

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 2
  • Release date: 2003

This series, much like the following ones, was also released as a gold base, with both figures coming as gold versions rather than colored ones. The figurines remain the same aside from having the golden chrome paint job. Others included in this set are a battle-damaged Recoome fighting Gohan, second form Frieza facing Piccolo, first form Frieza preparing to unleash his attack against Bardock, Captain Ginyu preparing his body change technique against Goku, Goku facing a final form Frieza, and Super Saiyan Goku standing against a final form Frieza.

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Zarbon Chess Piece figurine

  • Classic Chess Piece Collection
  • Release date: 2003

In 2003, MegaHouse also released a Chess Piece Collection. The Zarbon in this set stands at about 8 cm (3 inches). The piece is given the “Knight” position in the chess set and comes in the elegant one-leg down, other leg-up posture, similar to a crane stance. His arms are crossed and his hair is seen flying in the wind. Others included in this chess set are Jeice (Rook), Captain Ginyu (Bishop), first form Frieza (Queen), a Saibaman (Pawn), final form Frieza (King), Super Saiyan Goku (King), Piccolo (Bishop), Vegeta (Queen), Dende (Pawn), Krillin (Rook), Gohan (Knight), and two secret pieces: Porunga and Oozaru Vegeta.

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Zarbon re-release Chess Piece figurine

  • Classic Chess Piece Collection Repaint Set
  • Release date: 2004

The same aforementioned MegaHouse Chess Piece Collection was re-released but with a new paint job, one that was much darker and had a glossy and shadow effect. The Zarbon in this set stands at about 8 cm (3 inches). The piece is given the “Knight” position in the chess set and comes in the elegant one-leg down, other leg-up posture, similar to a crane stance. His arms are crossed and his hair is seen flying in the wind. Also, this variant portrays Zarbon with a serious expression while the previous release portrays him with a smile on his face. Others included in this chess set are Jeice (Rook), Captain Ginyu (Bishop), first form Frieza (Queen), a Saibaman (Pawn), final form Frieza (King), Super Saiyan Goku (King), Piccolo (Bishop), Vegeta (Queen), Dende (Pawn), Krillin (Rook), Gohan (Knight), and two secret pieces: Porunga and Oozaru Vegeta.

MegaHouse Neo Zarbon Monster Vegeta

Zarbon Monster Form vs Vegeta color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 11
  • Release date: 2006

The following MegaHouse series to incorporate Zarbon was a Neo special edition set released in November 2006. It portrayed Zarbon’s monster form being mutilated by Vegeta. Both figures came together as puzzle pieces, fitting Vegeta’s hand into Zarbon’s stomach and both latched onto the ground base. The figure set portrays Zarbon’s death scene as he is being relentlessly smashed through his stomach by the enraged Vegeta. The facial detail on the Zarbon in this set is predominantly that of complete fear and surprise; a moment of shock as he is dealt his final blow. Other pieces included in this same set are Bulma wearing a spacesuit, Frieza in his second form versus Piccolo, Krillin and Gohan on Namek, Cooler pummeling Goku into the ground, Dende summoning Porunga, and Frieza in his final form versus Super Saiyan Goku. When all the pieces are collected, they bring together another color version diorama as a secret piece which portrays the Ginyu Force playing rock, paper, scissors.

MegaHouse Neo Zarbon Monster Vegeta Gold

Zarbon Monster Form vs Vegeta gold version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 11
  • Release date: 2006

This series, much like the previous ones, was released as both a gold and color set, so two versions of these figures have been produced. The paint job on the gold version is brighter than the colored version, particularly due to the shading and overall glossy choice of tint. Also, similar to the previous MegaHouse diorama sets, the figures come inside Dragon Balls which collect a secret piece when brought together. Other pieces included in this same set are Bulma wearing a spacesuit, Frieza in his second form versus Piccolo, Krillin and Gohan on Namek, Cooler pummeling Goku into the ground, Dende summoning Porunga, and Frieza in his final form versus Super Saiyan Goku.

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Neo series Zarbon vs Vegeta color version diorama

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 19
  • Release date: 2008

The third MegaHouse series Neo release to include a set that featured Zarbon came out in November, 2008. It showcased him being kicked from behind by Vegeta. The 19th Megahouse series released, and much like the previous sets, the figures came with an immobile position and a base to stand on, which in this case was the planet Namek ground. The Zarbon figure in this set is seen with an expression of pain with his eyes locked shut as he’s being slammed from behind with a fierce kick via Vegeta’s extended leg. Zarbon’s arms are also outward and he is being thrust forward due to the impact. Others included in this set are Captain Ginyu in Goku's body with the Dragon Balls, Frieza dashing on his hoverchair, Goku and Frieza staring at each other, Super Saiyan Goku charging, battle-damaged Recoome fighting Gohan, and Piccolo facing second form Frieza. This set, like previous ones, collects a newly formed Porunga when bringing all the pieces together.

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Neo series Zarbon vs Vegeta gold variant diorama

  • Capsule Neo Series Part 19
  • Release date: 2008

This series, much like the previous ones, was released as gold and colored versions, allowing both variants to be collected. Also released in conjunction with the color versions in November, 2008, others included in this set are Captain Ginyu in Goku’s body with the Dragon Balls, final form Frieza staring at Goku, first form Frieza dashing through the sky in his space pod, Super Saiyan Goku charging, battle-damaged Recoome fighting Gohan, and Piccolo facing second form Frieza. Aside from including all the same pieces as the color version, the Porunga piece is only available in color format in this set as it is the secret piece.

MegaHouse 2009 Rivals Zarbon

Rivals series Zarbon color version

  • Capsule Rivals Series
  • Release date: 2009

Similar to most Gashapon series, the next release of MegaHouse figures in November 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. Included in this set are Nappa, Frieza, Vegeta, Goku, Raditz, Zarbon and Dodoria. The Zarbon piece stands holding two Dragon Balls with a confident stance and is designed for the new Dragon Ball Kai series release.

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Rivals series Zarbon gold variant

  • Capsule Rivals Series
  • Release date: 2009

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

Plex

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Anime Heroes Zarbon figurine

  • Anime Heroes Series Volume 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, Zarbon being number 22 of the set. This mini figure comes with Zarbon’s arm placed on his side and goes for a rather adorable yet charming look. The figurines in this set stand at about 4.5 cm (1.7 inches). Other pieces included in this Anime Heroes volume 1 set are Dodoria, Cui, Frieza in his first form, Goz, Mez, Princess Snake, King Kai, Nappa, Raditz, Gregory, Bubbles, Yamcha, Bulma, King Yemma, a Saibaman, King Vegeta, Vegeta, Piccolo, Krillin, Gohan, Goku, and Frieza's Hoverchair.

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Anime Heroes Zarbon Monster Form figure

  • Anime Heroes Series Volume 2
  • Release date: 2008

The second Zarbon figurine in the “Anime Heroes” assortment was released in May, 2008. It portrays him standing with a vicious expression and a sinister glare while in his monster form. Other pieces included in this set are a Frieza solder (Sūi), Malaka, Future Trunks, Dr. Gero, Guru, a Namekian frog, Dende, Porunga, Super Saiyan Goku, Nail, Gohan, Krillin, Vegeta, second form Frieza, third form Frieza, final form Frieza, Goku, Captain Ginyu, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, and the Namekian spaceship.

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Ultimate Technique Zarbon figurine

  • Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Technique Series
  • Release date: 2009

Plex has also released a Chibi Figure series with “Mini Big Head” figures in August, 2009. This series, entitled the “Ultimate Technique” due to the attack stances the figures come in, is a chibi series displaying numerous techniques the characters have portrayed in the series. Zarbon was released in this set in his monster form, showing him in a fierce charging stance, with blue sparks of energy and aura emanating behind him. Others included in the Ultimate Technique series are Dodoria, Cui, Frieza in his first form, Nappa, Vegeta, Yajirobe, Yamcha with Saibamen, Krillin, a Saibaman, Gohan, Gohan erupting with rage, Piccolo, Goku blasting, Goku charging up a Spirit Bomb, and Oozaru Vegeta.

SenSei

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Chara Puchi Miniature Zarbon re-release

  • Budokai Scouter Z Warriors Minitoys
  • Release date: 2007

Later, the mini figurine of Zarbon 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." Included into the round base was a paper that showed the character's name around it and the collectible number attributed to it. Zarbon is number 20 of this set. Others included in the SenSei Budokai Scouter Z Warriors Minitoys set are Dodoria, Frieza in his second form, Cyborg Frieza, Nail, a Saibaman, Burter, Jeice, Captain Ginyu, Krillin, Guldo, Oozaru Vegeta, Raditz, Gohan (Saiyan Saga), Gohan (Frieza Saga), Captain Ginyu in Goku's body, Goku, Recoome, Super Saiyan Goku with Yardrat outfit, and Super Saiyan Future Trunks.

Ultra Figus

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Ultra Figus Zarbon miniature collectible

  • Ultra Figus Miniature Series
  • Release date: 1999

Argentinian distribution company Ultra Figus has released a Zarbon 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 Zarbon blue figurine

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

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. Zarbon appears once in this mini-wrapped set. This model appears with both his hands resting on his sides with his feet spread apart as his cape is seen flowing behind him. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The packaging reads "Juguete" which means "Toy" and the details read "Golosina Sabor A Chocolate," which translated means "Chocolate Flavored Candy." The Toei Animation logo is also present on the wrapping. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors and this specific Zarbon piece is available in blue, green, yellow, and light yellow.

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Rubber Juguete Zarbon blue figurine

  • Rubber Toy Series
  • Release date: Unknown

A miniature rubber set released by Cremino comes with chocolate flavored candy. All four major sagas in the series have been released in this format, including the Vegeta Saga, Frieza Saga, Cell Saga, and Majin Buu Saga. Zarbon appears once in this mini-wrapped set. This model appears with both his hands holding two Dragon Balls and his feet spread apart as his cape is seen flowing behind him. Also, his hair is seen toppling in front of his armor as opposed to being behind his back as in the previous version. There are a wide variety of characters included in this mini set. The miniature figurines are produced in numerous colors in this set and this specific Zarbon piece is available in blue, yellow, green, silver, gold, transparent yellow, orange, and red.

Irwin Toy

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Irwin Toy's Zarbon prototype

  • Irwin Toy Series
  • Release date: Canceled

A Prototype Battle-Damaged Zarbon was planned by Irwin Toy before the company officially declared bankruptcy, handing over the rights for later releases to Jakks Pacific. Other figures included in this un-released series are Battle-Damaged Recoome, Guldo, final form Frieza, Goz, and a Saibaman. The Zarbon figure stands at nearly 6 inches tall and is seen in an angered expression. The armor is completely torn off from the front of the figure, revealing the spandex-like material underneath, and the braided hair topples in front of the figure, as opposed to behind it. This set remains unreleased but is highly sought after due to the collectible value and initial design of the early prototypes.

New Super

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Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Figure Series Zarbon variant

  • Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Figure Series
  • Release date: Unknown

This is a unique release under the Ultimate Figure Series Collection featuring Zarbon with a palette swap for the clothing and hair. The figure itself is modeled similar to the Soul of Hyper Figuration piece offered by Bandai. This piece is very similar in its construct and design, aside from having a less accurate paint job and differentiating coloring scheme. Additionally, the packaging features a very odd company logo signified only as "New Super." The package bottom features the writing "Superior Manufacture" and the packaging itself is reminiscent of the Ultimate Figure Series released prior by Bandai and Jakks Pacific alike. This variant of Zarbon features a blue outline for the packaging. The packaging and contents make for strong primary differences. This version also comes with a CCG trading card and an additional miniature Dragon Ball. The packaging top highlights the phrase "Full Action Figure" and has an image of Super Saiyan Goku as the primary image on the backboard.

Model Kits

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Model Kit Zarbon box art

  • Resin-Based Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 1993

Two model kits were released in 1993 of Zarbon and Dodoria in one set. Both stood at about 9 cm and were made of resin. Both these pieces are extremely old, quite rare, and are highly collectible. Also, they are likely two of the oldest pieces ever produced for both Zarbon and Dodoria. The cases they are manufactured in are basic black boxes with photographs of the finished product after the model has been painted. However, contrary to the photos, there are no bases included with the actual product and it is the painter’s duty to place the figurines on a base upon finishing the model kit. Zarbon comes with a wicked smile and holding two Dragon Balls to his sides while he maintains an elegant posture.

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Model Kit Statue Zarbon Monster Form

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2007

Another stand-alone statue likely released in 2007 portrays Zarbon in his monster form with a wicked smile on his face. The beastly statue is made ferociously with huge muscles and devastating scales across the skin. The hands are positioned in a manner which depicts overconfidence and great emphasis on power. The hair is exceptionally well-textured for a statue and topples over in front of the armor. The cape behind is flowing completely in one direction and the base seems to be a battleground with numerous craters and demolished land. The distinguishing feature of this monster form is the exceptional detail placed on the muscle-bound legs, arms and torso.

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Model Kit Statue Zarbon from set

  • Statue Model Kit Series
  • Release date: 2009

A more recent release in 2009 came in the form of statues which portrays Zarbon, Dodoria, and first form Frieza standing on the Namekian ground. All three villains are portrayed in their initial first appearance. The highly detailed statues come in a paint job reminiscent of an airbrush technique. Other than the Namekian ground, Frieza’s spaceship comes beside them, meant to be at a far distance while the ground attaches to bring the three characters together. Zarbon’s cape is flowing on this statue as his hair is also being pushed by the wind. He is standing in his ever-popular arms-crossed stance with a serious expression detailing his face.

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Battle-Damaged Zarbon Monster Form resin-based model kit statue

  • Resin-based Statue series
  • Release date: Unknown

Another recent statue portrays Zarbon Monster Form with a battle-damaged appearance and places impression on his musclebound physique as well as his combat-ready pumped-up stance. The statue stands tall with extreme intricate detail and the paint job is reminiscent of an airbrush technique. Zarbon comes in a battle posture with both hands in a charging motion and spread outward whilst tightly gripped and he is seen wearing a vicious and angered expression with his teeth gritted and his armor shredded off as a result of his devastating clash. Additional detail includes the cracks on his armor as well as the blood running down his chin. Furthermore, his hair is seen toppling in front of him as he pumps up, keeping his chest pulsating and his relentlessness a clear addition to the heavy detail of his expression. Zarbon's sculpt is brilliant, allowing for his pulsating muscles and powerful stature to place impression and shine through the character, adding enormous detail to the viciousness that is Zarbon in his monstrous form.

Chinese Manufacturer

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HG Re-release Zarbon figurine with diorama base

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

This Chinese manufactured set featured a 2013 re-release of previous HG Collection characters in one 10-piece set. The packaging is basic bagging and includes the full set in one assortment. 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 Zarbon piece is the same mold from HG Collection DBZ Series Part 8. He is seen holding the two Dragon Balls as before although the accessories have less detail. An additional difference is the lack of his cape, which is now replaced by the black rod that connects to the base.

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