This page is a visual guide to all of the many different collaboration dolls released over the years, this page is picture heavy and light on text for more information on any of the releases featured on this page please see the different dolls respective release lists. Some of the dolls such as Hello Kitty x Tokidoki Pullip Violetta may appear more than once as some dolls are the result of a collaboration between more than one company and Groove, in Violetta’s case she is a result of a collaboration between Tokidoki and the Sanrio character Hello Kitty. The first official collaboration doll to be released was Pullip Holly from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Anime/Manga Collaboration Series
009 Cyborg Only one doll was released based on a character from the 009 Cyborg series, Pullip Francoise Arnoul who was released in January of 2013.
Pullip Francoise Arnoul
Ai Ore! An Isul based on the character Shiraishi Akira from Ai Ore! was released in 2012. He was produced in collaboration with the Baby, the Stars Shine Bright sub-brand Alice & the Pirates.
Black Jack A Taeyang based on the title character (plus an exclusive variant) from the classic Osamu Tezuka manga and anime was released in 2011. A Byul based on the character Pinoko from the series was also released.
Taeyang Black Jack Standard Release Taeyang Black Jack Limited Version
Gosick Two dolls a Pullip and an Isul were produced as a part of collaboration series with the anime/manga series Gosick. Pullip Victorique and Isul Kazuya were released in 2012.
Pullip Victorique Isul Kujo Kazuya
Kuroshitsuji In 2009 a collaboration was started with the Kuroshitsuji series. Dal Ciel, Taeyang Sebastian and Pullip Grell were released in April. Later that same year, new versions of Dal Ciel and Taeyang Sebastian were released. Dal Ciel Robin version features Ciel as he appeared in the manga/anime when he dressed as a girl to infiltrate a party to try to catch a villain. Taeyang Sebastian Private Teacher Version features Sebastian in a different outfit.
Dal Ciel Taeyang Sebastian
Dal Ciel Robin Taeyang Sebastian Private Teacher
Kuroshitsuji ~ Book of Circus~ Starting in 2015 a second series of Kuroshitsuji dolls was released, this series of dolls was based on the Book of Circus storyline. A new version of Taeyang Sebastian was released in the Book of Circus style, Ciel was also released in Book of Circus style but as an Isul previously when the character had been released Dal had been used. Grell was also released as a part of the second series but as a Taeyang this time versus a Pullip in the original series. In addition to new versions of characters we have seen before, the character Undertaker joined the doll series as a Taeyang.
Taeyang Sebastian ~Book of Circus~ Isul Ciel ~Book of Circus~
Taeyang Grell Taeyang Undertaker
Neo Angelique Abyss Three dolls were released based on characters from the Neo Angelique Abyss series Dal Erenfried, Pullip Angelique & Taeyang Rayne in 2009.
Dal Erenfried Pullip Angelique Taeyang Rayne
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Two dolls based on characters from Neon Genesis Evangelion were released in 2008, Pullips Asuka Langley Soryu & Ayanami Rei.
Pullip Asuka Pullip Rei
Puella Magi Madoka Magica In 2011, three dolls were released based on characters from Puella Magi Madoka Magica. Tomoe Mami and Akemi Homura were released as Pullips while Kaname Madoka was a Dal. All three dolls came with their magical girl outfits in addition to their school uniform.
Akemi Homura Tomoe Mami
Rose of Versailles Three dolls were released as a part of a collaboration with the classic manga and anime series Rose of Versailles. Pullip Oscar Francois, Taeyang Andre Grandier and Pullip Marie Antoinette were released in 2013.
Pullip Oscar Francois Taeyang Andre Grandier
Pullip Marie Antoinette
Rozen Maiden 1st Series Starting in late 2006 Jun Planning started their first major collaboration with an anime/manga series Rozen Maiden. Rozen Maiden is a series about dolls who battle each other to become the perfect doll to become Alice so with the characters being dolls it’s kind of a perfect fit for Pullip. The first series of Rozen Maiden collaboration dolls was released from 2006-2008. Pullip Shinku, Dal Hina Ichigo, Pullip Suigintou, Pullip Suiseiseki, Pullip Souseiseki, Pullip Barasuishou and Dal Kanaria were all standard release dolls. Two limited exclusive dolls were also created as a part of the line Pullip Kirakishou and Pullip Shinku Detective Kunkun Version.
Pullip Shinku Dal Hina Ichigo
Pullip Suigintou Pullip Barasuishou
Pullip Suiseiseki Pullip Souseiseki
Dal Kanaria Pullip Kirakishou
Detective Shinku Kunkun Version
Rozen Maiden 2nd Series A second series of collaboration Pullip dolls started in 2014, new versions of Pullips Shinku, Suigintou, Kirakishou, Suiseiseki and Souseiseki were released. New versions of Hina Ichigo and Kanaria were released but instead of Dals like they were in the original series they are both now Pullips. Additionally, a new doll joined the lineup Pullip Keikujyaku was the result of a contest sponsored by Groove and Baby, the Stars Shine Bright where the winning entry would be turned into a doll and her outfit would be released in human size by the BtSSB fashion line.
Pullip Shinku 2014 Pullip Keikujyaku
Pullip Suigintou 2014 Pullip Kirakishou 2014
Pullip Hina Ichigo Pullip Suisieseki 2015
Pullip Souseiseki 2015 Pullip Kanaria
Sailor Moon The Sailor Moon collaboration series started in 2014 and has had the most dolls produced as a part of any collaboration series yet. Over 20 dolls were produced as a part of this line, the list includes: Pullip Sailor Moon, Pullip Princess Serenity, Pullip Sailor Mercury, Pullip Sailor Mars, Pullip Sailor Jupiter, Pullip Sailor Venus, Taeyang Tuxedo Mask, Dal Sailor Chibi Moon, Pullip Sailor Uranus, Pullip Sailor Neptune, Pullip Sailor Pluto, Dal Sailor Saturn, Pullip Luna human version, Dal Princess Small Lady Serenity, Pullip Sailor V, Pullip Black Lady, Pullip Sailor Star Fighter, Pullip Sailor Star Maker, Pullip Sailor Star Fighter, Pullip Queen Serenity & Pullip Mistress 9.
Pullip Sailor Moon Pullip Princess Serenity
Pullip Sailor Mercury Pullip Sailor Mars
Sailor Jupiter Pullip Sailor Venus
Taeyang Tuxedo Mask Dal Sailor Chibi Moon
Pullip Sailor Uranus Pullip Sailor Neptune
Pullip Sailor Pluto Pullip Sailor Saturn
Pullip Luna human version Dal Small Lady Princess Serenity
Pullip Sailor V Pullip Black Lady
Pullip Sailor Star Fighter Pullip Sailor Star Maker
Pullip Sailor Star Healer Pullip Super Sailor Moon
Pullip Queen Serenity Pullip Mistress 9
Eternal Sailor Moon
Additionally there is the DoColla (Doll + Collaboration) series of Little Pullip+, Little Dal +, Little Byul+ and Little Taeyang which can be seen here. Almost all of the dolls released as a part of this series were collaboration dolls with different anime/manga series.
Girl with a Pearl Earring Announced as the first in a new series of dolls based off of artwork, Girl with a Pearl Earring was released in 2013. Girl with a Pearl Earring was based off of a painting by Dutch Artist Johannes Vermeer.
Girl with a Pearl Earring
Bands/Musical Talent/Synthetic Musical Talent
Hide Beginning in 2012, Groove released four dolls based on the Japanese singer Hide. Hide passed away in 1998 so these are based on his past concert/music video looks. Four different dolls were released Hide Rocket Dive version, Hide Doubt standard and limited versions as well as Hide Psyence.
Taeyang Hide Rocket Dive Version Taeyang Hide Doubt Version
Taeyang Hide Doubt LE Version Taeyang Hide Psyence
Nightmare In 2013, Groove collaborated with the Japanese Visual Kei band Nightmare to release a series of dolls based on members of the band. Four Taeyang dolls were produced to represent band members Sakito, Ni-ya, Ruka and Hitsugi and an Isul was used for the lead singer Yomi.
Taeyang Sakito, Taeyang Ni-ya, Isul Yomi, Taeyang Ruka & Taeyang Hitsugi
Seikima-II In 2011, Groove released a limited edition set of dolls based on the members of the band Seikima-II. Taeyangs Demon Kogure, Xenon Ishikawa, Sgt. Luke Takamura III, Raiden Yuzawa & Jail O’Hashi were a part of this set.
Demon Kogure Xenon Ishikawa Sgt. Luke Takamura III
Raiden Yuzawa Jail O’Hashi
Sound Horizon In 2013, Pullips Hortense and Violette were released as a part of collaboration with the band Sound Horizon, rather than being based on band members they were based on the illustrations of characters on the cover of their album Roman.
Pullip Hortense Pullip Violette
Vocaloid Vocaloid is a synthetic music program, you provide melody and lyric and a virtual singer will sing it. Groove has partnered with Yamaha to release a number of dolls based on different virtual singers/characters. Miku is the most popular Vocaloid character so not only was she the first character released as a part of the line, three other versions: Snow Miku, Lots of Laugh -LOL- Miku and Sakura Miku. Additionally Dals of Kagamine Rin and Len were released as well as Pullips Megurine Luka and Meiko and Taeyang Kaito.
Dal Kagamine Rin Pullip Hatsune Miku Dal Kagamine Len
Pullip Megurine Luka Pullip Meiko
Taeyang Kaito Pullip Snow Miku
Pullip Lots of Laugh Miku Pullip Sakura Miku
Le Petit Prince In late 2015, Groove partnered with Baby, the Stars Shine Bright to bring us dolls based on characters from the Le Petit Prince book in Le Petit Prince inspired clothing. The title character Petit Prince was portrayed by an Isul, Pullips were used to portray the Rose as well as the Fox (Le Renard).
Isul Petit Prince Pullip Fox
Gloomy A Dal was released based on the naughty grizzly bear Gloomy who was created by Japanese artist Mori Chack. Gloomy Bear Dal was released in 2011. Underneath the bear suit Gloomy looks quite a bit like Gloomy’s owner Bitty which raises the question of did Gloomy finally eat his owner?
Sanrio– Starting in 2007, Jun Planning started a collaboration with Sanrio to release dolls based on their characters. The first series of dolls including a Pullip Hello Kitty, a Pullip My Melody and a Dal Cinnamoroll. In 2012 a new version of Dal Cinnamoroll to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the character Cinnamoroll. In 2014, Tokidoki paired with Sanrio to release Pullip Tokidoki x Hello Kitty Violetta, a standard release as well as a limited version with more accessories were released. In 2016, a new Pullip based on My Melody was produced in collaboration with Mitsubachi@BabyBee namedMy Melody x HEN-NAKO . In 2018 Groove released a Pullip version of Cinnamoroll to celebrate the character’s 15th anniversary.
Pullip Hello Kitty Pullip My Melody Dal Cinnamoroll
Dal Cinnamoroll Anniversary Pullip Hello Kitty x Tokidoki Violetta
Pullip Tokidoki x Hello Kitty Violetta LE Pullip My Melody x HEN-NAKO
Cinnamoroll★Pullip 15th Anniversary Ver.
Tweety In 2008, Jun Planning released a Dal based off of the classic Warner Brothers character Tweety.
Angelic Pretty Angelic Pretty is a Japanese lolita clothing brand, starting in 2009 Groove started collaborating with Angelic Pretty. The first series of dolls released in collaboration with Angelic Pretty was released in 2009 and consisted of Pullip Sfoglia, Dal Maretti & Byul Cocotte. Later in 2009, Dal Chanti was released as a Doll Carnival Exclusive. In 2011, a second series of Angelic Pretty collaboration dolls was released including Pullip Prupate, Dal Joujou & Byul Sucre, a year later Dal Heart Macaron was released. Pullip Marie was released in 2016 to celebrate Angelic Pretty’s 15th Anniversary.
Pullip Sfoglia Dal Maretti Byul Cocotte
Dal Chanti Pullip Prupate
Dal Joujou Byul Sucre
Dal Heart Macaron Pullip Marie
Baby, the Stars Shine Bright In 2011, Groove collaborated with Baby, the Stars Shine Bright sub-brand Alice & The Pirates to release two dolls based on the cover illustration of Gothic & Lolita Bible by Mitsukazu Mihara: Pullip Nella and Isul Johan. In 2012, Groove collaborated with BtSSB sub-brand Alice & The Pirates and Ai Ore to release Isul Shiraishi Akira. Later that same year, new versions of Pullip Nella and Isul Johan in a sepia colored outfits called (Nella and Johan) Retro Memory version were released. In 2014, a series of triple collaboration dolls were released featuring Favorite Ribbon who was based on Misako Aoki, La Robe Vert Clair who was based on Midori Fukazawa, Destinee de la Rose who was based on Akira all three dolls wore BtSSB fashions based on real outfits released by their clothing brand. In 2014, a new Pullip was released as a part of the Rozen Maiden series, Keikujyaku was the result of a contest sponsored by Groove and BtSSB where the winning entry would be turned into a doll and her outfit would be released in human size by the BtSSB fashion line. In 2015, new versions of triple collaboration dolls Favorite Ribbon (Misako Aoki) & La Robe Vert Clair (Midori Fukazawa), Pullip Favorite Ribbon Chocolate Version and La robe vert bleu were released. Starting in 2015, BtSSB collaborated with Groove to release dolls wearing outfits based on Le Petit Prince. The title character Petit Prince was portrayed by an Isul, Pullips were used to portray the Rose as well as the Fox (Le Renard).
Pullip Nella Isul Johan
Pullip Retro Memory Isul Johan Memory
Pullip Favorite Ribbon Pullip La robe Vert Clair
Taeyang Destinee de la Rose
Pullip Favorite Ribbon Chocolate Pullip La Robe Vert Bleu
Isul Petit Prince
Pullip Fox Pullip Rose
gouk & gouk miyabi In 2017, Groove announced a collaboration with Japanese clothing label gouk as well as their sub-brand gouk ya. Pullip Shion is a collaboration with gouk and Pullip Kangezakura is a collaboration is gouk miyabi.
Pullip Shion Pullip Kangezakura
H.Naoto In 2007, Jun Planning collaborated with Japanese clothing label H.Naoto to release Pullip Prunella, Dal Hangry, and Taeyang Horizon. The next year Jun Planning again collaborated with H.Naoto to release Pullip Adsiltia as well as her limited exclusive recolored version Isolde, Dal Angry and Taeyang Arion.
Pullip Prunella Dal Hangry Taeyang Horizon
Pullip Adsiltia Pullip Isolde
Taeyang Arion Dal Angry
HellCatPunks In 2010, Groove collaborated with Japanese clothing label HellCatPunks to release Pullip Chelsea, Dal Phoebe & Taeyang Kain.
Pullip Chelsea Dal Phoebe Taeyang Kain
Hitomaterial – In 2012, Groove collaborated with Hitomi Sato who was the winner of the We Hitomaterial.
Innocent World In 2010, Groove partnered with clothing brand Innocent World to release a series of dolls Pullip Tiphona, Byul Hermine and Dal Clair. In 2012, Groove again collaborated with Innocent World to release Pullip Fraulein & Dal Kleine.
Pullip Tiphona Dal Clair Byul Hermine
Pullip Fraulein Dal Kleine
Sunauna In 2013, Groove collaborated with clothing brand Sunauna to release limited edition Pullip Hannah.
Tokidoki Starting in 2012, Groove started collaborating with clothing/lifestyle brand Tokidoki with the release of Pullip Luna. In 2014, a new Pullip called Lunarosa was released she appears to be a color variant of Pullip Luna. Soon after Lunarosa’s release a triple collaboration with Groove, Sanrio and Tokidoki doll was released Tokidoki x Hello Kitty Pullip Violetta as well as a limited version with more accessories. At SDCC 2014, Tokidoki Pullip Super Stella and Dal Vendettina were released as exclusives.
Pullip Luna Pullip Lunarosa
Tokidoki x Hello Kitty Pullip Violetta Tokidoki x Hello Kitty Pullip Violetta LE
Pullip Super Stella Dal Vendettina
DC Comics Starting in 2011, Groove started a collaboration series with DC Comics with Pullip Batgirl and Pullip Catwoman being released as SDCC exclusives, they were quickly followed with Wonder Festival versions of Pullip Batgirl and Pullip Catwoman. Pullip Wonder Woman and Taeyang Batman were SDCC exclusives in 2012, later that year Pullip Harley Quinn was a NYCC exclusive. In 2013 Pullip Supergirl was released as a SDCC exclusive. New versions of Pullip Harley Quinn and Pullip Wonder Woman were released as SDCC exclusives in 2016.
Pullip Batgirl SDCC Pullip Catwoman SDCC
Pullip Batgirl WF Pullip Catwoman WF
Taeyang Batman Pullip Wonder Woman
Pullip Harley Quinn Pullip Supergirl
Pullip Harley Quinn dress version Pullip Wonder Woman dress version
Breakfast at Tiffany’s In 2006, Jun Planning released their first ever collaboration doll Pullip Holly. Pullip Holly was based off of Audrey Hepburn’s character Holly Golightly from the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Dumbo In 2010, Groove collaborated with Disney to release a Byul based on the title character of the beloved children’s classic animated film Dumbo.
Gothic & Lolita Psycho In 2011, two dolls based on Yuki the main character of the film Gothic & Lolita Psycho were released. The poster version of Pullip Yuki has a single red eye as depicted on the poster for the film while the other version with two brown eyes is based on her appearance in the actual film.
Yuki Poster Version Yuki Movie version
Helter Skelter In 2012, Groove released a limited edition Pullip of the character Ririko from the film Helter Skelter. Helter Skelter was originally a manga but the doll’s appearance was based off of the film including her iconic red dress designed by Keita Maruyama.
Peter Pan In 2009, Groove partnered with Disney to release a series of dolls based off of characters from their beloved animated classic Peter Pan. Pullip Peter Pan, Dal Tinkerbell, Byul Tiger Lily and Taeyang Captain Hook appearances were all based on how they appeared in the Disney film.
Pullip Peter Pan Dal Tinkerbell
Taeyang Captain Hook Byul Tiger Lily
Pinocchio In 2010, Groove collaborated with Disney to release a Dal based on the title character of the beloved animated classic Pinocchio. The appearance of the Pinocchio Dal is based on how the character’s appearance in the film rather than the book which it was based on.
Roman Holiday In 2009, Groove collaborated with Paramount to release a doll based off of the character Princess Ann as portrayed by Audrey Hepburn in the classic 1950’s film Roman Holiday. Pullip Princess Ann came with two outfits each based off of iconic outfits that were used in the film.
Pullip Princess Ann
Sabrina In 2010, Groove made a Pullip based off of the title character from the classic film Sabrina. Pullip Sabrina comes with two iconic outfits from the film.
Wizard of Oz In 2008, Jun Planning released a set of dolls based on characters from the film version of Wizard of Oz (Dorothy’s shoes in the book were silver, the red ruby slippers are from the movie). Pullip Dorothy, Taeyang Scarecrow, Taeyang Tin Man and Taeyang Cowardly Lion were all released as a part of this line.
Pullip Dorothy Taeyang Cowardly Lion
Taeyang Scarecrow Taeyang Tin Man
Misako Aoki Misako Aoki is a nurse and a model that is frequently featured by Baby, the Stars Bright Bright. Twice she was involved in a triple collaboration with Groove and Baby, the Stars Bright to release dolls based off of her. The original Pullip Favorite Ribbon debuted in 2014, in 2015 a new version called Pullip Favorite Ribbon Chocolate Version was released.
Pullip Favorite Ribbon Pullip Favorite Ribbon Chocolate
Midori Fukazawa Midori Fukazawa is a model that has been frequently featured by Baby, the Stars Shine Bright. She has twice collaborated with Groove and Baby, the Stars Shine Bright to release a doll based off of her appearance. The original Pullip La Robe Vert Clair debuted in 2014, one year later a new version called La Robe Vert Royal Bleu was released.
Pullip La Robe Vert Clair Pullip La Robe Vert Bleu
Akira Akira is a model known for her versatility in gothloli and punk fashion especially more masculine clothing. IN 2014, she collaborated with Groove to release a Taeyang based on her.
Risa Hirako Risa Hirako is a Japanese model who collects and customizes Pullip, in 2010 she collaborated with Groove to release two Dals based off of her: Dal Chibi Risa and Dal Chibi Risa Sweet.
Dal Chibi Risa Dal Chibi Risa Sweet
Junichi Nakahara was a Japanese was a famous fashion illustrator and artist, he created the Himawari magazine as well as a handful of other magazines aimed at women and young girls. Pullip Himawari is based on one of his illustrations that was featured in Himawari magazine.
Garo In 2013, a part of limited edition Taeyangs were released based off of characters from the television show Garo: Taeyang Saejima Kouga & Taeyang Suzumura Rei.
Taeyang Saejima Kouga Taeyang Suzumura Rei
Sengoku Basara In 2011, Groove released a series of collaboration dolls based on characters from the Sengoku Basara video game series. Five dolls were released as a part of the collaboration: Pullip Date Masamune, Taeyang Chosokabe Motochika, Dal Sanada Yukimura, Byul Sarutobi Sasuke and Isul Mori Motonori.
Date Masamune Chosokabe Motochika
Dal Sanada Yukimura Byul Sarutobi Sasuke
Isul Mori Motonori
For dolls inspired by Public Domain properties such as Alice in Wonderland and fairy tales please see here.
Last Updated 1.14.2018