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Banpresto‘s Amusement Ichiban Kuji unveiled its Dragon Ball Z Super Masters Diorama figures on Wednesday. The figures will debut at game centers in Japan on May 28, and each attempt to retrieve the figures from a prize machine will cost 5,000 yen (about US$45).
“The Brush” variant adds highlights to parts of the figure, including Goku’s clothing creases and bulging muscles.
“The Brush II” variant captures a certain aura from the art book’s image.
“The Tones” variant features a black-and-white monochrome color palette.
Figure sculptor Hiroyuki Nakazawa, who has worked on many Dragon Ball figures, designed the new diorama figures.