| Deluxe Figure Collection
Squirtle Deluxe Figure
600 yen (£8.99 for 2 in UK)
The Deluxe Figure Collection, more commonly known as Sofubi Figures due to their hollow plastic, and known by many as DX TOMY Figures. These figures are made by TOMY, but are much larger than most other figure lines. Measuring around 5" in height (dependant on the Pokémon), these figures are quite popular for collectors.
A few Gen I were released in Europe under Hasbro's eye, in two packs for £8.99. In Japan, they could be purchased for ¥600, and came with a tag instead of a box. The figures are slightly posable, with the basic body parts being able to be moved about freely.
Hasbro marketed a series of 5 sets of 2 Pokémon in the U.S. around 1999/2000. They came in a large red window box with the standard Hasbro logos.
- Bulbasaur and Mewtwo
- Chamander and Psyduck
- Pikachu and Meowth
- Togepi and Jigglypuff
- Mew and Eevee.
There were single issues of these figures as well, with a hanger and tag, similar to the Japanese release. Many of the Gen I and II were released like this at the New York PokeCenter.
These figures are also free-standing, so there's no need to try and prop them up.
List of Known Sofubi Figures Edit
Gen I Edit
Gen II Edit
- Raikou (updated re-release in 2011)
- Entei (updated re-release in 2011)
- Suicune (updated re-release in 2011)
- Lugia (updated re-release in 2011)
Gen III Edit
No known Gen III Pokémon Sofubi figures exist at this time.
Gen IV Edit
Gen V Edit
Not much is known about these figures. No one knows if this is a complete list.
Venusaur is the only Gen I final evolution to not receive a DX Tomy release.