The back of the base does however and reads: ©02B.S./S.,T.A.FUN IF China. Blurb on the box: Buu stages a clever deception to absorb Gotenks and Piccolo. With the wisdom of Piccolo and the power of Gotenks now a part of his being, Buu transforms once again – this time into a “Super Buu”!
Super Buu is wearing his trademark outfit, with Gohan’s upper shirt. The outer shirt is made of rubber and a little flexible. He is very detailed, with textures on his clothes etc. He has articulation in his head, shoulders, elbows, hips, upper legs and knees. Mine is secondhand; the base is cracked and he’s missing his Kamikaze ghosts sadly. The left foot has in raised font: ©02B.S./S.,T.A.FUN and the right foot has: IF China. The same is written on the back of the plastic base. I remember seeing the ads for these on my Dragonball Z dvds of FUNimation.
And of course, like the collector teen I was, needed to have these. I tried to get them all, but I never even saw the first series in the shops. That was okay though, it didn’t have a Vegeta, just Goku, Piccolo and 2 baddies I didn’t care much for. I really like the Return of Cooler film, it has some cool Goku and Vegeta moments in it, and the whole plot felt very Terminator to me, another one of my favourite movies. Metal Cooler is one of the coolest figures I got, pun intended. He’s also quite big and feels hefty, you know you’re holding quality and not just some toy. Battle Damaged Super Saiyan Vegeta is one of my favourite figures ever. It’s Vegeta, he looks badass, and the details are unlike I’ve ever seen on a toy. But they are in their space suits which I thought was neat as you don’t see any figures of this. It was a cute choice to focus on the film’s opening where they are eating onigiri in the ship as well. The next series though, I started to lose interest. It became obvious how Americanised these were, and how they tried to make them look realistic. It was putting me off, but with half a set I still tried to get the rest. I bought Super Buu of someone, and realised I was missing the ghosts later. I bought one more of Jakks Pacific line, but that was it. This isn’t strange, considering I feel the same about McFarlane figures and these are based on that. I’m still keeping them for now for nostalgic reasons, but I might thin the herd at some point. Metal Cooler and Vegeta however, I will definitely keep. Got any more details / information you think I should add? Vote how vulgar the word is – not how mean it is.) Least vulgar. To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following. To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following. [http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/dirt-weed dirt weed] Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.
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