S.H. Figuarts Majin Boo
A new innovation here, the S.H. Figuarts figures sometimes come with little plastic separators to prevent rubbing of the larger joints in package. It’s a pain in the neck to tell how to remove the plastic sheets. Looks like Bandai realized this and added these tabs for us to pull on to remove them. Smart.
Despite being called Majin Boo on the package, this version is actually called Super Boo. Majin Boo takes this form after the good and evil sides of his personality split and fought. With the good Boo losing and the evil part absorbing him.
Like the fat, “good” Majin Boo, Super Boo is actually quite tall compared to other S.H. Figuarts figures. He stands at 8.25 inches in height.
Super Boo’s personality is quite unstable, being calm one moment then laughing like mad the next, even when he plans to blow himself up.
Super Boo also has a spare “angry” face.
Human Extinction Attack
Versus Ultimate Gohan.
Gohan was pretty cool when he showed up again to save the day. Too bad Super Boo managed to Absorb Piccolo and Gotenks and got the upper hand again later.
With “good” Majin Boo.
The set also comes with parts for Majin Boo, an alternate head featuring his “Transfiguration Beam” attack plus an energy effect part.
I really enjoyed the Fusion Saga story arc a lot, despite all the goofy things that happened, I think it’s the best DBZ story arc. The right mix of humor and action and story without making it too dragging like the previous DBZ story arcs.
I wonder if they will ever make “Kid Buu” for this line to complete his various forms?