I bought many of these years ago! but they had a different packaging. I remember the great ape baby vegeta, super 17, baby-vegeta, Broly and more figures from this company! If I find photos in my archive I'll post them!
Post by doomprevails88 on Jan 16, 2017 13:44:08 GMT -6
Not to clutter up a checklist with redundant pictures but I wanted to post this Gohan to show that they're probably all colored funky and the disarray of accesories seems to be a flaw inherent in the Jocsa packaging and not specific to the Trunks shown above.
Pictures and information by Nico Guerrero in the Facebook group Dragon Ball Vintage Collectors. A few pictures and bits of info are from Joan Manuel Malagoli as well.
Hi guys! Let me show you my Jocsa complete collection. It consists of twelve figures that were realesed in the 90s here in Argentina. Ten of them are similar to the first 10vol. of Super Battle Collection (Bandai) with a few differences. And the other two of them, were some rare toys of kid Gohan and future Trunks. They were named Goku Jr. (with a cloth tail) and Bulma, and the reason of this strange creation was that when DBZ saga appeared, here we only knew about DB, and obviously we knew nothing about DBZ characters, and that was the "brilliant" idea of the argentinian marketers to catch us 😂.
Hope you enjoy it !
But. Referring to the Goku Jr and Bulma, they were made in the Last remaining life of the company triying to squeeze any trademark they could but not putting the same effort as the original wave they Launched. The thing is that during the 90s, the local industry was heavily affected by the economic politics of our country in that time. Today there is no toy factory With cool licenses left in Argentina
How can you tell If It's Josca If It's out of the box? Exactly like Bandai ones but no brand