FUNKO POP! ANIMATION: Dragonball Z - Vegeta(Vinyl Figure)


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From the Dragon Ball Z anime and manga series comes the bad-guy-turned-good-guy in awesome pop. Vinyl stylization, this Dragon Ball Z Vegeta pop. Vinyl figure stands 3 3/4-inch tall and makes a great gift for children and adult collectors alike. When you see just how cool the Saiyan prince vegeta looks as a pop. Vinyl figure, you’ll want to collect the rest in this line of Dragon Ball Z pop.

SKU – FUKO3991

UPC: 849803039912

Vegeta Lore /Information:

Fine,?Kakarot, you are the mightiest?Saiyan, I’ve admitted that much. At least for now. But don’t you dare think that this is over. I won’t let you keep me in second place forever, feeding on the scraps of your glory. I will surpass you, and even then I’ll keep pushing, I’ll surpass every single warrior in the Universe. I won’t stop until I’m the ultimate number one.
? Vegeta in “To the Promised Resort! Vegeta Takes a Family Trip!”

Regal, egotistical, and full of pride, Vegeta was once a ruthless, cold-blooded warrior and outright killer, but later abandons his role in the?Frieza Force, instead opting to remain and live on?Earth. His character evolves from villain, to anti-hero, then to hero through the course of the series, repeatedly fighting alongside the?universe’s?most powerful warriors in order to protect his new home and surpass Goku in power.

Vegeta is arrogant throughout the series and becomes bitter due to the abuse his?race?suffered at the hands of Frieza. Following the destruction of his homeworld?Planet Vegeta, his hatred toward Frieza grows. His royalty seems to have bestowed upon him an inflated sense of superiority, holding himself above nearly everyone he encounters. He is immensely proud of his Saiyan heritage and believes his race to be the most powerful in the?universe. Despite this, even as an antagonist, he did not act as an ordinary Saiyan, being even crueler and prideful thanks to Frieza’s influence. As the Prince of a demolished Planet Vegeta, Vegeta is initially introduced as an unrepentant villain. Judging from his evil intentions before joining the Z Fighters, Vegeta has been consistently characterized as extremely arrogant, vengeful, and at times, cold. Many of Vegeta’s early heroic acts are because of self-interest or revenge, although he later settles down and grows fond of Earth as his home, raising?a family?with?Bulma. Having been born into the upper tier of Saiyan society, Vegeta was fixated on achieving the legendary status of?Super Saiyan?and becoming the most powerful warrior in the universe. Vegeta is more of a tactical fighter who often rushes in the brawl without hesitation. However, his rage or arrogance often causes him to underestimate his opponent and usually leads to his eventual defeat and sometimes death. His royal blood and intense fighting style have both benefited and harmed him in many battles. Vegeta has been shown to be one of the more intelligent characters of the series, as well as one of the most serious, rarely exhibiting humor. When he does so, his humor is often very dry and far darker than his fellow?Z Fighters.?However, he does delight in mocking his enemies, as demonstrated when he offers to reconstruct?Android 18?into a “toaster” or a “washing machine” (Funimation dub?only). He also shows his bleak sense of humor towards Goku when he was about to battle him in the?World Martial Arts Tournament. Aside from his more bleak sense of humor, he has also at times engaged in more sarcastic humor when gloating. A notable example of this was when fighting Semi-Perfect?Cell. When Cell demanded to know how Vegeta was as strong as he was, Vegeta flippantly stated that he got that strong by “doing lots of push-ups and sit-ups, and [drinking] plenty of juice”, as well as calling Kid Buu a “gifted speaker” when the latter barely responded at all just before the latter destroyed the Earth. Normally, his massive ego and arrogance overshadow his positive qualities. Despite his personality flaws, Vegeta is capable of respecting individuals, although he never outright states it often showing his respect non verbally. By The Majin Buu Saga, it is heavily implied that he and Piccolo were on civil terms and seemed to have mutual respect for one another. He also expressed some grief over Gohan’s fate at the hands of Buu himself. Outside of these two instances, his relationship with the rest of the Dragon Team seemed cool at best.

FUNKO POP! ANIMATION: Dragonball Z – Vegeta(Vinyl Figure)