Dragon Ball

The Dragon Ball manga was first published in 1984, penned by Akira Toriyama, and appeared in the popular Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The manga was turned into two separate anime series, Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, in 1986. The Dragon Ball manga series has since been turned into multiple anime series, feature films, short films, and video games, each etching its mark in pop culture and cultivating an avid fan following.

The Dragon Ball story takes place in the Dragon World, known as Planet 4032–877 in the celestial system. Son Goku, an earthling from the Dragon World, along with his genius employer and friend, Bulma, set out on a mission to find all seven Dragon Balls to enable him to summon the ancient dragon Shenron, a being that can grant any wish. Throughout the series, Goku meets new friends and trains hard under talented teachers and even supernatural deities to defend his world against the bad guys. He even evolves to a Super Saiyan to save the earth from its demise.

The Dragon Ball collectables collection is as impactful as the namesake character. The most popular collectables from the series include the figurines and statues of characters in their iconic dynamic poses and the signature cosplay costume pieces for each character. With the characters developing so drastically throughout the length of the anime series, the Dragon Ball statues depicting the character evolution become even more exciting to explore in the form of collectables. 

Fans looking for ways to decorate their personal spaces using Dragon Ball collectables can also find intriguing shadow wall art and high-quality bed pillows with themed prints on both sides.

The Dragon Ball figurine collectables range includes Funko POP! figures, solidly posed figures with stationary stands, and moveable PVC figures with effects parts including hands, expressions, and hair. All figure collectables are packaged in window box casings for optimal storage and display setup.

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