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Dragon Ball World Tour Reveals Golden Frieza, Super Saiyan Gogeta Figures

Heads up, Dragon Ball fans! Longtime Bandai-Namco proprietor, Bluefin Brands, is offering event-exclusive Dragon Ball World Adventure S.H.Figuarts figures.

These limited edition “color” action figures are currently available in Bluefin’s online shop for North American fans of the famed action-adventure shounen franchise. Previously, they could only be purchased at Dragon Ball World Adventure tour stops.

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The Bluefin Brands Goku Black in Super Saiyan Rose form figure is being offered for an MSRP (manufacturer's suggested retain price) of $75.

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Goku Black Figure

Tamashii Nation's S.H.Figuarts Golden Frieza is being priced for $65.

Golden Frieza

The Zero Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan (SSB) Gogeta figure is also selling for $65.

Gogeta figure

The Ultimate Son Gohan figure is being priced at $55.

Gohan figure

Also selling for $55 is the Kid Son Goku figure.

Goku

Each toy comes with an optional pair of hands, replaceable heads and faces, removable tails, accompanying items and weapons (like Kid Goku’s staff and a Dragon Ball) and power up and energy blast effects. The rest of the variant selection can be found here.

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Just last month, the globetrotting collectibles tour completed an exhibition at New York Comic Con. They are presently at the Manga Barcelona 25 in Spain. Dragon Ball World Adventure has been to San Diego, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Cologne so far. Its last stop will be in Japan for the Jump Festa ‘20, which is slated for mid-December.

Bluefin allows hardcore fans of the series to have exclusive access to the Bandai Tamashii action figures without having to visit Dragon Ball World Adventure in person.

Reruns of Dragon Ball Super and Dragon Ball Z: Kai are currently airing on Cartoon Network as part of the channel’s Toonami block of programming.

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