Time to get another Masters of the Universe Classics figure out of the way and today I’m going with Snake Face. I only had a few Snake Men as a kid, and SF wasn’t one of them. But like so many other MOTU characters, he’s become
Back in 1987, LA Mayor Tom Bradley decreed that April 28th as “Masters of the Universe” Day. Today, 26 years later some crazy toy bloggers are teaming up for a day of MOTU reviews. I want to do something special, so I figure it was time to finally reveal why
It’s easy to fall behind on Masters of the Universe Classics figures. There’s always a new one or two coming out, or just around the corner. So today I’m going back a few months to check out a figure we missed, the Horde vampire Mosquitor.
I love crazy MOTU characters, and Strobo is definitely right up my alley. The guy inserted a mirror into his chest and is wearing an outfit that would make most superheroes blush. I can’t help thinking that he runs around Eternia, half naked and enforcing chaotic
We’re pretty behind on just about everything, but it seems like the MOTU figures have been piling particularly high. So in an attempt to cut down on our backlog, I thought I’d follow up Noisy’s MOTU review with one of my own. So let’s take a
He’s finally here! After years of waiting, gnashing of teeth, and seemingly endless internet complaints, Ram Man has finally arrived! Once it was made clear that Ram Man would be held off (as a 100% tool), his importance swelled far past what it should rightfully be. Does the figure live up
Vault’s been pulling all the MOTUC duties so far this year, but Jitsu called out to me as I was looking across the pile of unreviewed toys today. He’s an interesting figure – in some ways I love him, in others not so much. Come to think of it, that might
I feel that Granamyr is one of the more recognizable characters to spring forth from MOTU. Not everyone may know his name, but a large dragon with a pot belly and horned helmet tends to leave a lasting impression. (Heck, even my mom recognized him.)
I was really surprised when Mattel announced Netossa would be getting the first figure slot of 2013. It’s not because she doesn’t deserve it (because she totally does). I just expected to see some of the more central POP characters first.
When the MOTU Classics line first began to pick up steam, Noisy and I started going through the more obscure MOTU characters to see who might get made. We ran across Procrustus early on, but didn’t have high hopes that this four armed giant would ever
To add to the celebration of MOTU’s 30th anniversary there’s a new box set edition of He-Man’s various animated incarnations. I wasn’t sure if I wanted this new collection, but the extras were just too tempting. I gave it a try, and I’m actually pretty happy
Not many characters have lit a fire under MOTU fans by storm as Dekker has. His unforgettable appearance in the MO2K series’ episode, “The Island”, launched a thousand requests to see him as a figu- Did I have you going? Even for a second? Or are you still just wondering