Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Filmation Hordak is simple, unique, a bit lazy… and makes for the ideal Comic Con exclusive.
Get the whole rundown on what to expect from Matty Collector over the next twelve months.
The cybernetic knight gets a fantastic upgrade, making him one of the best figures from Mattel’s modern Masters of the Universe.
King Grayskull finally gets his steed with the latest deluxe figure from Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Classics.
A new face for the Horde makes up half of May’s Masters of the Universe Classics offering from Mattel.
The 2014 Matty Collector chase figures, Loo-Kee & Kowl round out April for Masters of the Universe Classics, and this set comes off as a bit of a mixed bag.
While Blade was the Club Eternia monthly figure entrant for April, he has now been joined by Power-Con/NYCC 2014-exclusive Goat Man.
Comic Con is just around the corner, and that means it’s almost time for Mattel to re-up on their drive to make Club Eternia 2015 a reality. But we’re skipping ahead, with some questions about the longer-term future of the toy line. Read on for the latest Mattel answers!
April’s Master of the Universe Classics tap into a whole new avenue of the MOTU mythos– the movie faction– with the release of Blade.
Don’t mistake lateness for lack of interest. They’re not necessarily mutually exclusive.
Like, seriously, we spent this entire round grilling Matty about the new Comic Con exclusive Hordak repaint.
Mattel is back with another round of answers. It’s never too early to get into gear for Comic Con, and Mattel is getting the ball rolling. Plus, we have answers on 200X Masters variants and more. Get the latest here!
Check out three upcoming Masters of the Universe, and a first glimpse of their bios.
Mattel’s 2014 Club Eternia incentive figure didn’t generate much excitement, but he turned out to be anothher nice addition to the collection.
With production issues limiting my expectations, Hydron turned out to be a surprising figure in Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Classics.