This is the most well known and easiest to get of all import DBZ toys. Produced by Bandai, this line does not have a lot of articulation but does have a big character selection. In all 43 Volumes plus the incredibly rare Movie Seven 3-Pack was made. These figures on average are about 5 inches tall, then taller or shorter characters are scaled around that.
This line covers toys from DragonBall Z which are volumes 00-27, and DragonBall GT which are volumes 28-42. These toys come with snap on clothes, and have articulation at the arms and sometimes the head. Some of the figures are two packs and some figures have inter-changeable parts.
There is a slight difference in scale between the DBZ and DBGT toys in the line, in general the DBGT figures are about a quarter of an inch bigger than the DBZ toys.
The Super Battle Collection started in 1991 and ended in 1998, the first 10 volumes of figures were designed and made in Japan while everything after that was made in Hong Kong where DBZ was very, very big. The first 10 original Japanese figures also used to come in different boxes than the ones your used to seeing now. The originals had a different design plus more info about the character on the back. The average price nowadays for SBC figures is about $13-$15 in the U.S. Prices may vary somewhat because of the sizes of certain characters.