Dragon Ball Z Dragon Stars Wave 9 & 10 Figures From Bandai America

by Jay Cochran
February 01, 2019
The Dragon Stars series from Bandai America is comprised of the most highly detailed and articulated figures in the Dragon Ball line. Standing at 6 1/2" and having 16 or more points of articulation and additional hands, these figures can be posed in hundreds of positions. The ongoing collectible series will include many characters from Dragon Ball's rich history.

Wave 9 includes Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Frieza 1st Form and Piccolo.

Wave 10 includes Android 17, Super Saiyan 3 Goku and Cell Final Form

You can pre-order these now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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EvilHayato - 2019-02-06 @ 5:44 pm

I was confused at first until I did a google search. I didnt know there was a silver variant and I just assumed you meant the meta cooler one. I had the regular white version. At the time I bought those figs because the only other options were really cheap japanese figs that were very limited in articulation and werent as readily accessible in the states. These did the job for the time but my tastes visually changed and those became more eyesores than accurate portrayals of my favorite characters. Random fun fact, I actually own an animation cel of Cooler and has been one of my favorite collectibles from dbz.

GojiBill - 2019-02-05 @ 5:58 pm
1 hour ago, EvilHayato said:

Yeah I had Mecha Cooler as well. That one was actually not too shabby. When you say "bone white version" Im going to assume you mean Cooler in his original form which to my knowledge was never made from that company. Cooler and most of the movie characters except for Broly, dont get much representation in figure forms ever. The movie villains are some of my all time favorite characters from the series itself.

I meant the finalform Cooler, but he came out in two colors. The accurate white version and one variant with silver coloring instead.

EvilHayato - 2019-02-05 @ 4:34 pm
17 hours ago, GojiBill said:

Yea, I had the silver coated one and ended up selling it too.I could never find the bone white version. Ill admit they took some liberties with the design, but it still had its charm. Id definitely pick one up if I found it again for a reasonable price. Cooler has been woefully underrepresented in figure form.

Yeah I had Mecha Cooler as well. That one was actually not too shabby. When you say "bone white version" Im going to assume you mean Cooler in his original form which to my knowledge was never made from that company. Cooler and most of the movie characters except for Broly, dont get much representation in figure forms ever. The movie villains are some of my all time favorite characters from the series itself.

GojiBill - 2019-02-04 @ 11:28 pm
4 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Ha thats one of the figs I sold. Itwas cool at the time but dude its so ugly. Proportions and limited posing makes it far from impressive. The head/neck region is also super weird. Those are the figures I mainly had were from that series. I had 2 vegetas that were so inconsistent that they were different heights. But at the time there wasnt much dbz movie stuff to get in the US. Oh yeah and that Cooler was also pretty top heavy.

Yea, I had the silver coated one and ended up selling it too.I could never find the bone white version. Ill admit they took some liberties with the design, but it still had its charm. Id definitely pick one up if I found it again for a reasonable price. Cooler has been woefully underrepresented in figure form.

Cloud - 2019-02-04 @ 9:51 pm

Can we confirm that they got rid of the build a figure?

EvilHayato - 2019-02-04 @ 7:10 pm
2 hours ago, GojiBill said:

I can understand that and for the most part, Im the same. I prefer the articulated figure over the static statue. Those were the exceptions due to the price and the iconic poses they had. Plus I have all my collectibles in display cabinets and no cats (only kids).

I would love to find an old IT Labs Cooler Movie Collection figure for a reasonable price. That was a quality figure that looked great.

Ha thats one of the figs I sold. Itwas cool at the time but dude its so ugly. Proportions and limited posing makes it far from impressive. The head/neck region is also super weird. Those are the figures I mainly had were from that series. I had 2 vegetas that were so inconsistent that they were different heights. But at the time there wasnt much dbz movie stuff to get in the US. Oh yeah and that Cooler was also pretty top heavy.

GojiBill - 2019-02-04 @ 4:18 pm
8 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Those are definitely not too bad a prices but Im weird with statues of most kinds. They are always prone to break especially with having cats. That cooler isnt too shabby but not doing it for me overall.

I can understand that and for the most part, Im the same. I prefer the articulated figure over the static statue. Those were the exceptions due to the price and the iconic poses they had. Plus I have all my collectibles in display cabinets and no cats (only kids).

I would love to find an old IT Labs Cooler Movie Collection figure for a reasonable price. That was a quality figure that looked great.

EvilHayato - 2019-02-04 @ 7:26 am
8 hours ago, GojiBill said:

Yea, I usually pass on statues too, but I havent been impressed enough with the DBZ offerings in my budget. These PVCs were a good alternative. I picked up Cell for $15 at Barnes & Noble. The Frieza was around $25 through Amazon.

Banpresto has done some good Coolers, but they sell out quick and are hard to find at reasonable prices.

Those are definitely not too bad a prices but Im weird with statues of most kinds. They are always prone to break especially with having cats. That cooler isnt too shabby but not doing it for me overall.

GojiBill - 2019-02-03 @ 10:59 pm
30 minutes ago, EvilHayato said:

ha nice, yeah im not much of a statue guy. The other thing I dont like is they make all the same characters. You rarely ever see a Cooler or a Janemba or an Android 13 and stuff like that. Its always Cell, Frieza, Buu and the Saiyans in every version of them.

Yea, I usually pass on statues too, but I havent been impressed enough with the DBZ offerings in my budget. These PVCs were a good alternative. I picked up Cell for $15 at Barnes & Noble. The Frieza was around $25 through Amazon.

Banpresto has done some good Coolers, but they sell out quick and are hard to find at reasonable prices.

EvilHayato - 2019-02-03 @ 10:23 pm
1 hour ago, GojiBill said:

Yea, Irwin and Jakks Pacific did a pretty good job back in the day, but I have passed on many DB figures as well due to sculpt, paint, and design issues. I have started up again with the PVC static figures from Banpresto. The details surpass most figures with far better pricing.

ha nice, yeah im not much of a statue guy. The other thing I dont like is they make all the same characters. You rarely ever see a Cooler or a Janemba or an Android 13 and stuff like that. Its always Cell, Frieza, Buu and the Saiyans in every version of them.

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