Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Unidentified: Dragon Ball Z plastic figure (Yolanda)

What: Here's a nice little mono-color Dragon Ball Z figure made by a Spanish toy company called Yolanda. He's about 2", neon green and made of a light, hard, almost waxy plastic. I don't really know much about Dragon Ball Z, but through the wonders of Wikipedia I see that this character is named Master Roshi. I like the fact that he has a turtle shell on his back. Also, I'm sure he's supposed to be doing some sort of DBZ fighting move, but I can't help but think "talk to the hand." Anyway, I am filing this under "unidentified" because although I know it's a Dragon Ball Z figure from Yolanda, I don't have any information as to the specific line it is part of or how it was released. Does anyone have additional info to offer up?

For more DBZ, check out my previous post on some translucent vending machine figures.

For more on Yolanda figures, once again I will direct you to some posts on the MinifiguresXD blog: Yolanda Toxic Crusaders, Yolanda pirate figure

When: N/A

Where: Spain

Who: Released by Yolanda (the figure is marked as such on its back)


  1. Describing the plastic as "waxy" is perfect. I'm not sure why it feels that way, but I totally agree that it does.

    I have some info about DBZ Yolanda figures in an email somewhere. Ill see if I can find it.

    1. Thanks, Soupie. If you find that info I'd be interested in seeing it.