The super-cool, super-shiny "Dragon Ball Super Warrior Sticker Wafers -Super-" snack toy series is back!
From Monday, September 6th, the series' third phenomenal release, "Miraculous Fusion" will be available in Japan at your local convenience store's snack corner!
Be on the lookout for the brand-new pack designs: Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta from "Dragon Ball GT"; Vegito from the Future Trunks Arc in "Dragon Ball Super"; and Gohan, Trunks, & Goten inspired by the opening of "Dragon Ball Z"!
This new set contains 30 all-new stickers, plus one secret sticker! Let's take a closer look at what's on offer.
These 5 stickers come straight from the Saiyan Arc in Dragon Ball Z. For the first time ever, Piccolo is available as a holographic card!
Gogeta blasts in from "Dragon Ball GT" as a "Sparking Super God Rare (SSGR)" card, combining both holographic and golden foil effects to produce an unmissable sparkle! Plus, check out the 7 Evil Shinrons, who've all been sticker-ized specially for this new set.
Get a load of these 5 quirky stickers inspired by the "WE GOTTA POWER" opening theme song of Dragon Ball Z!
Do these 7 stickers remind you of anything? That's right, they come from the cacophony of chaos that was the Future Trunks Arc in Dragon Ball Super and the devastating clash with Zamasu that took place within it!
Certain stickers also come in a "Double Rising Rare Version"! (3 available in total)
If you shine a light on them first, these mystical stickers will glow blue and green in the dark!
With the new "Miraculous Fusion" set, we're giving away a free "Collection File" primed to display all your favorite stickers to anyone and everyone who applies after collecting 12 barcodes from the delicious sticker wafers!
With a total of 60 slots, showing off your most prized stickers has never been easier!
Be sure to apply before the campaign ends on Friday, October 29th, 2021!
For all the details on how to apply, head over to the official "Dragon Ball Super Warrior Series" website below!
*Applications can only be made by those currently residing in Japan.
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