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Topps Candy ContainerEdit

Topps Candy Container (Figures)
2006 Release
A Box from the later 2006 (Pre-DP) release.

Manufacturer

Topps (Later Bazooka Candy)

Production Time

1999-2011

Retail Price

3€ per container

Topps Candy Container were a Pokémon toy line manufactured and distributed by Topps, later by Bazooka Candy, which is a subdivision of the former. It was started approximately very early, assumed to be 1999, during the start of the Pokémon franchise in Europe and discontinued in 2011. The line only saw distribution in Europe and Switzerland. The Containers themselves were shaped like the iconic Pokéballs, originally featuring designs matching the different kind of Pokéballs available in the games, later featured mostly different, individual designs and patterns. Included in each ball was a random figurine from a specific assortment or set, which consisted of six to seven different featured Pokémon. Those were issued in no consistent cycle, nearly every year, in later cases even two sets per year. Some releases have names assigned to them, some do not. Also included was candy, which changed in shape and consistency through the years. Starting with the second 2006 release there was also a sheet of stickers included in each ball, which depicted every Pokémon found in the release.

ReleasesEdit

1999-2000 Release(s): Bulbasaur, Charmeleon, Blastoise, Clefairy, Psyduck, Vulpix, Poliwhirl. Charizard, Mewtwo, Charmander

2001-2002 Release(s): Croconaw, Mantine, Misdreavus, Steelix, Magcargo, Entei, Lugia, Elekid, Phanpy, Delibird, Houndour, Togepi, Slowking.

2003 Release (Advanced): Treecko, Torchic, Mudkip. Latias, Groudon, Kyogre

2004 Release (Advanced-2): -Sceptile, Blaziken, Marshtomp, Skitty, Wynaut, Pikachu

2005 Release(s): -Taillow, Rayquaza, Lotad, Plusle, Minun, Beautifly

2006 Release 1: -Poochyena, Machop, Volbeat, Deoxys, Wobbuffet, Castform

2006 Release 2 (Pre-DP): -Snorunt, Glalie, Wurmple, Munchlax, Chimecho, Corphish, Manaphy (limited=

2007 Release (Diamond and Pearl): -Weavile, Lucario, Bonsly, Mime Jr., Buizel, Mantyke

2008 Release 1: -Dialga, Palkia, Chatot, Turtwig, Chimchar, Piplup

2008 Release 2 (Darkrai Edition): -Darkrai, Electivire, Croagunk, Mesprit, Cranidos, Lickylicky

2009 Release 1 (Shaymin Edition): -Magmortar, Rhyperior, Azelf, Regigigas, Shaymin, Shaymin Sky Forme (also clear variation, limited), Giratina Origin Forme

2009 Release 2 (Pikachu Edition): Pikachu (also clear variation, limited), Abomasnow, Froslass, Mamoswine, Uxie, Hippowdon (male), Heatran

2010 Release 1 (Arceus Edition): -Grotle, Monferno, Prinplup, Dialga, Palkia, Gizamimi Pichu, Arceus (Normal, limited)

2010 Release 2 (Ho-Oh & Lugia Edition) Ho-Oh, Lugia, Swinub, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile

2011 Release (Jirachi Edition) Entei, Raikou, Suicune, Feraligatr, Meganium, Typhlosion, Jirachi (limited).

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