Masters of the Universe Classics made their time-honored appearance at Toy Fair 2015 and Mattel was kind enough to debut a few new pieces. It was quality over quantity this year.
DC Collectibles’ animated style Two Face looks great, but Big Bad Harv doesn’t quite measure up.
The new Batman Animated Series villain figure is one of DC Collectibles’ all-time best.
Flogg fills a major gap in the Space Mutants roster, bringing the New Adventures MOTU collection one step closer to completion.
Check out three upcoming Masters of the Universe, and a first glimpse of their bios.
With production issues limiting my expectations, Hydron turned out to be a surprising figure in Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Classics.
July’s Masters of the Universe Classics figures are an exercise in frustration. While I love all the new figures equally, the design choices of the Four Horsemen and Mattel left me cold.
The Mattypalooza panel from NYCC was riding off a few highs from Power Con featuring another New Adventures character, a female Horde member, another Snake Man, and the Ultimate Castle Grayskull announcement. It had big shoes to fill. Fans waited for a few new scant reveals in the panel, something not premiered at the Mattel…
The masters of Mattel are back to answer another round of burning questions! This time out, Matty shares some ideas on future New Adventures of He-Man and Man of Steel figures, and update on the DC Universe retail figures, and more… Check out all the answers, as Matty Speaks!