REVIEW: Bandai's Dragonball: Evolution Action Figures - BULMA

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Both loved and hated by fans everywhere, Dragonball: Evolution is a drastic departure from the original source material. While the character designs are quite different from what long time fans of the series are used to, Bandai has indeed given us some rather interesting toys based on these new ideas.

Bulma is number 5 in this series of 7 Dragonball: Evolution figures, and is most certainly the most unique of all the figures in this series. Based off of Emmy Rossum’s version of the character, this Bulma is extremely different than the Bulma we know from the Anime and Manga, especially in terms of her overall look. She is also the only figure in the series to take the cues set by the Dragonball Z Ultimate Collection figures and forgo elbow and upper leg articulation in favor of a much more streamlined sculpt. As I’ve said in previous DBE reviews - these figures deserve a look totally separate from the success or failures of the film that inspired it - and for once it’s actually a bit of a pleasure to do so!


Posted by Jeff Saylor on April 28, 2009 09:15 AM

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