S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z Vegeta Figure Review

S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z Vegeta Figure Review

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S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z Vegeta Figure Review

 

The Saiyans have arrived! Nappa and Vegeta, as he first appeared in the series, have jointed Bandai Tamashaii Nations S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z line. Nappa was first shown off to fans in 2012, and after years of of demand, Bandai finally went ahead and offered Nappa as part of this line. As far as Raditz, we’re hoping he isn’t too far behind. There are no updates regarding this character at this time.

Vegeta is a member of Frieza’s army, and is in command of Nappa and Raditz. Vegeta was originally offered at the start of this line, and is being reissued with an upgraded figure sculpt and premium paint apps to offer fans another chance to obtain this version of the character.

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Availability: October 2017

 

Vegeta is based on his likeness from the Saiyan Saga, and features a upgraded figure sculpt and premium color version paint applications. Vegeta is sculpted in his Saipan armor, including the gold and white armor, and royal blue sleeves and pants, and white boots and gloves. The figure is given an upgraded with a new hip joint, a torso swivel, and great new paint apps.

The Saiyan armor is also articulated, such as the shoulder pads, and all three pieces around his hips. Vegeta includes two head sculpts, and four interchangeable portraits. One of the portraits cannot be removed from the head, and this piece is also compatible with both scanners. The scanners are slightly different from each other, with one having a reading, and one without.

 

Vegeta’s tail is also interchangeable, with a tail that wraps around his waist, as well as one that sticks out his back and curls. The tail is painted in brown, and has some sculpted textures to represent hair.

 

 

There are two sets of arms, one that is connected together and folded. The other set of arms are articulated, and these are used to swap out the hand sculpts. There are three sets of hand sculpts, as well as a crushed scouter hand for his left hand. The hands are offered as fisted, open handed, and fingers curled.

Overall, Vegeta is an incredible figure with great likeness to his animated appearance, a superior figure sculpt, and lots of interchangeable parts.

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