I’m going to be doing something a little bit different with this feature: I’m taking a look at books instead of action figures, music, or ranting about WWE! What a change-up! In all seriousness, the books I’m going to look at today are related to Masters of the Universe, so it fits in with the […]
Three years into the Masters of the Universe Classics line, we had been treated to fan favourites making their debuts, fan requested characters, never before seen characters, giants, beasts, and more weapon packs. The only thing up this point we didn’t have was a vehicle. That changed with the release of the Wind Raider.
The last quarter of 2011 was quite heavy for Masters of the Universe Classics collectors. It seemed like the last few months of the year (and a few during) had at least three items. It hurt the wallet, but it felt soooo good!
I’m in the final stretch of looking back at 2011 (I can’t believe it). December brought us two figures and a vehicle. The main figure of the month was really anticipated by many when it was announced because this character was never represented in plastic form before. Say hello to Demo-Man!
I mentioned previously that November, 2011 was a massive month for MOTUC. We had received Snout Spout and Swiftwind already and there was yet ANOTHER figure included in the month – the variant figure, Bubble Power She-Ra.
November, 2011 was a big month for Masters of the Universe Classics collectors. First we got Snout Spout and we also received She-Ra’s horse and companion, Swiftwind (not to mention another figure who will be in my next Rewind feature!)