Tag Archives: Masters of the Universe Classics

February 04

Masters of the Universe Classics Rewind – Mekaneck

After a SDCC release (Vykron) and a new addition to MOTU cannon with the arrival of Sir Laser-Lot, the Classics line really needed to get back to what counted: figures that were classic!

February 01

Masters of the Universe Classics Rewind: Sir Laser Lot (30th Anniversary Series)

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Masters of the Universe, a collection of six new figures was commissioned to coincide with the 2012 sub figures.

January 30

Masters of the Universe Classics Rewind: Vykron

I’m starting up again! I know I said it before and there have been long lulls in the past, but I’m starting back up my Masters of the Universe Classics Rewind series!

January 18

Masters of the Universe “Holiday He-Man” by Super7 Review

It’s January and I’m featuring a holiday/Christmas figure! How nuts is that?

December 03

MOTU Laughing Prince Adam Figure by Super7 Review

It was so weird that the same day I got all three of the Power-Con exclusives in the mail

November 30

Club Grayskull (MOTU) Spikor Power-Con 2018 Exclusive Review

I’m finally getting to my favourite of the three Power-Con 2018 exclusives, Spikor!

November 28

Club Grayskull (MOTU) Chopper Power-Con 2018 Exclusive Review

I reviewed the first of three Power-Con exclusive releases earlier in the week, looking at the Dree Elle and Uncle Montork two-pack.

November 26

Club Grayskull (MOTU) Dree Elle & Uncle Montork Power-Con Exclusives Review

It’s time for another few days of Masters of the Universe goodness here on Electrified Porcupine.

October 15

Masters of the Universe Classics – Dylamug Review (Collector’s Choice)

It’s been a hectic eight days getting through all the new Masters of the Universe figures from Super7.

October 14

Masters of the Universe Classics – Karg Review (Collector’s Choice)

The third figure in Super7’s latest Masters of the Universe Collector’s Choice line is a character so demanded but so entangled in licensing hurdles, many thought we’d never see it in plastic form.

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