posted by Peter W
Before I start, I have to state I was seriously on the fence with this figure. If you collect sixth scale figures, you know how pricey they are. Advertisements
With the amount of stuff I already spend my money on (and my wife puts up with), I didn’t need anything else begging me to buy it.
If you’re familiar with my site, you know I have major love for The Hilarious House of Frightenstein.
Here’s something a tad bit different for my site and collecting – new 5.5″ figures! Not only that, these throwbacks to the old Masters of the Universe vintage figures are horror icons!
I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older, but the build to this year’s Wrestlemania has been a dud for many of the matches on the card.
The second “Ultimate” figure in the latest batch of MOTU figures from Super7 is Skeletor.
It seems like ages ago that Mattel/Matty Collector was producing MOTU figures. The last ones produced ended up being the first wave of Club Grayskull, giving us figures based off of the Filmation cartoon designs.
Today I’m wrapping up my look at this wave of Super7’s MOTU Club Grayskull line with Fisto.
Having already reviewed She-Ra and Grizzlor, my look at Super7’s latest wave of Club Grayskull continues with another member of The Evil Horde, Mantenna.
While I’m a fan of The Evil Horde and those within its ranks, I was never that big a fan of how they were portrayed in the Filmation She-Ra: Princess of Power cartoon.
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