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Dracco Heads
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

90's

Availability

Europe

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Jumbo Dracco Heads, Grolls and Gorks

Dracco Heads are a series of collectible figures made by Dracco, the same company that would later make Toonz. There are 40 characters. In each pack, you get four Dracco Heads, four stickers, and a checklist.

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Figures

The figurines are fairly easy to confuse with the earlier sets of Crazy Bones from the 1990s, due to their similar appearances. Dracco (#1), is the rarest character. They can come in many colors and there are also "limited edition" versions with hand painted faces. There are also rare Silver and Gold figures.

Stickers

Sticker sheets had two stickers of any two of the 40 characters. The stickers are a little bit larger than the GoGo's stickers.

Accessories

  • Holes
  • Shooter
  • Ramp
  • Catapult
  • Trampoline
  • Net
  • Carry Case
  • Hole
  • Goal
  • Wheel of Fortune
  • Bag
  • Music CD

There were many playsets and accessories made for the toyline. These were...

  • Shooter - A plastic cutout of Dracco which players would flick the figures through, and into a goal cup.
  • Catapult - A catapult for launching figures.
  • Trampoline - A trampoline that players can bounce their figures on.
  • Net - A little butterfly net to catch the figures in.
  • An Arena to store your Dracco Heads. This looked similar to a sports arena. You could also use the accessories in this set.
  • Ramp - Flicking the figures makes them go up the ramp. This can be combined with the net or the trampoline.
  • Wheel of Fortune - Used to determine the amount of points a player earns.
  • Goal - A small soccer goal accessory.
  • Bag - A bag to carry your figures in.
  • Dracco Heads Hits CD - Promotional music CD

Trivia

Alternate Names

  • Jojo's (Not to be confused with Jojo's Bouncin Boneheads) - This version had all the characters come in 3 different paint-jobs, colors which were not available in the regular Dracco Heads series. For example Dracco had a green tongue not red in this series.
  • Pupákok - These versions were sold with Master Crok snack products in Hungary.
  • Drakulce - This was their Polish name.

Commercial Ads

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Guatemalan TV ad for Dracco Heads by Eurobodegas.

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Czech TV ad for Dracco Heads by Epee.















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Jumbo Dracco Heads
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

90's

Availability

Europe

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Baby Dracco Heads

Mega versions of the characters from the Dracco Heads series. They may be based off of Mega Bones.

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Baby Dracco Heads
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

90's

Availability

Europe

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Pupákok

A Dracco Company series. All of the characters in this series are baby versions of the Dracco Heads characters. These seem like they were aimed at girl customers - the packets even contained plastic hair clips for girls to wear. The figures themselves had a fuzzy finish much like the Superstars.

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Grolls and Gorks
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

90's, Early 2000's

Availability

Europe

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The Dragon Hunters Dracco Heads

Grolls and Gorks (also known as Dracco Heads 2) is a sequel series to the original Dracco Heads and is the progenitor of the Chaotic franchise.

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Story

In a galaxy far, far away into the interior of the universe, a crew of strange creatures on the way to their home, were flying their spacecraft when they were suddenly hit by a meteor, creating a traffic jam, and the most precious thing from the space ship vanished... The Dracco Stone!

Without the magical power of this stone their spacecraft could not work properly. For this reason, the beings quickly began to fall towards the nearest planet. Without the Dracco Stone the crew would fail to reach their home... It was a dangerous landing!

Not knowing that they lost their precious cargo, the crew of strange creatures began to leave the spacecraft when they became greatly surprised as to what went wrong. The captain of the crew suddenly saw a large hole in the bottom of their space ship. All of them immediately knew what the problem was... The Dracco Stone disappeared!!!

"We must find it immediately!" Part of the crew agreed. "Uhhhh, I think we should just go into the forest and play?" the others said. "Grrrr... We'll see how beautiful the forests are and how green they are... he, he, he." said the others. "Grrr... You're crazy! We must find the Stone now. We can't go into the forest and play!" "Let's go search the cave." Said part of the crew. "No, we go searching the forest first." Said the other part of the group. "Grrrrr."

The debate had developed in the scuffle and the scuffle developed in a war. "In the woods!" "In the cave!" "No, in the forest!" "No, in a cave!", they continued. After several days of intensive fighting the crew separated into two groups and each group went their way to seek the Dracco stone.

The war between the two groups, was named "The Battle of Titans". Gorkovi are looking for the Dracco Stone in the caves and holes of the Underworld, while the Grollovi sought out for the stone in the big woods of the Overworld. Thus began the great quest for... The Dracco Stone!!!

More info

There are two clans, Grollovi, and Gorkovi.

  • Grollovi leader (Good) - DumDum
  • Gorkovi leader (Evil) - Gork

Alternate Names

  • Dracco Heads 2

Trivia

  • These were not re-released by Dracco, unlike the original Dracco Heads.
  • The "Dracco Stone", the rarest item in this series, was named after Dracco, the company that created Dracco Heads. It was also designed after Dracco's logo.
  • The war storyline in Grolls and Gorks is somewhat similar to the storyline of Toonz.
  • At one point, there was a promotion for Dracco Heads 2 with Croatia-based ice cream producer Ledo.

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Strašáci 2 / Pupákok
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

2000 - 2004

Availability

Czech Republic, Hungary

A series of Dracco Heads that were sold in the Czech Republic and Hungary. They were sponsered by Pom Bär in the Czech Republic and by Master Crok snack foods in Hungary. The series is officially named Strašáci 2, which means Scaries in English and Pupákok in Hungary.

There are 40 characters in the series and were also labeled as "Dracco Heads 2". They are extremely rare to find.

The Czech checklist says: "Have you already got the all-new Scaries collection? Buy Pom-Bär and find each of the 40 hand-painted figurines!"

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The Dragon Hunters Dracco Heads
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

2006

Availability

Germany, Belgium

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The Simpsons Dracco Heads

Released sometime around 2006-2007, The Die Drachenjäger (Dragon Hunters) collectors' game was created and distributed by Dracco Company Ltd. This was a new addition to the Dracco Company's merchandise. 

The Die Drachenjäger collectors' game featured forty collectible figurines that resembled the monsters, dragons, and the heads of the main characters, Gwizdo, Lian Chu, Zaza, Hector, and Jenneline. The game plays identically to Dracco Heads.

It is based on a Movie and Cartoon by the same name.

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Alternate Names

  • Die Drachenjäger

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The Simpsons Dracco Heads
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Package

Range

Dracco Heads

Year

2010

Availability

Europe

Rarity

Scarce

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Star Wars Dracco Heads

Dracco Heads released a new series in Germany 2010 based on the hit cartoon show 'The Simpsons'. There is 20 to collect and also rare silver figures to find and exclusive gold figures only found in the collector's tin.

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Star Wars Dracco Heads
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Range

Dracco Heads

Year

2011

Availability

United States, Germany

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Toonz (Dracco company)

In 2011, Dracco made a series of Dracco Heads based on the popular Star Wars franchise. There are 20 different characters. Like the Simpsons Dracco Heads , these have rare gold and silver figures. These are sold in foil blind bags, tins, chocolate/candy eggs and surprise balls with candy. The package says 'Series 1' so there could be another series in the future.

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