posted by Peter W
While only a few had been released up to this point, the characters from the much divisive The New Adventures of He-Man cartoon were still just trickling out in the MOTUC line. Advertisements
2013 was turning out to be an amazing year for MOTUC figures and April’s figure was continuing that trend with the release of Snake Face.
March of 2013 was a busy month for an already awesome year for MOTUC.
2013 for Masters of the Universe was killer in the first few months! I mean, you can check out the last three releases before this one (Jistu, Ram Man, and Fang Man)
Hot damn, Masters of the Universe Classics was off to a hot start in 2013. Let’s ignore Netossa and focus on how kick-ass Jitsu and Ram Man were (well, are).
After the lukewarm start of 2013 with Netossa, Matty gave us a figure I was pumped for and I ended up having more appreciation for after doing my feature on it: Jistu.
2013 was a great year for MOTUC. It didn’t start off strong, in my opinion with the bland and boring Netossa.
It’s time to start my look back at Masters of the Universe Classics in 2013!
The 30th anniversary of MOTU was commemorated in the Classics line with six new figures and one of the final figures of 2012 ended that line.
The second giant released alongside Granamyr to end 2012 was Procrustus. Truth be told, I didn’t know too much about the giant that resided within Eternia.
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