The last quarterly figure slot for 2010 was used very wisely. King Grayskull came out in November to kind of appease many fans that, like me, missed out on the initial run of the figure that came out in 2008.
This figure sucks. Yep, I said it. OK, it’s not 100% garbage, but there is enough wrong with this that it made a highly anticipated figure of mine something that I would whip against the wall out of frustration if it wasn’t for what this figure cost me in Canadian dollars and that it isn’t […]
We’re getting close to the end for Masters of the Universe Classics staying with MattyCollector and Digital River -and good f’n riddance. I have a crazy story involving this figure, but I’ll leave it up to you to assume the worst.
By the third quarter of 2010, the Masters of the Universe Classics line was pretty diverse. We had many awesome figures from the vintage line show up, we had some figures that never had a vintage figure before arrive in the line, and there were a plethora of figures (and aspects of others, like additional […]
After two figures with more of a 200X inspired look (Keldor and Count Marzo), the next figure returned to a vintage presentation (except in one way) with the release of Whiplash in August of 2010. He was available for about 45 minutes until he sold out.
July was a packed month! We had Count Marzo show up and SDCC 2010 brought Masters of the Universe Classics fans TWO exclusives that you could pick up at the show (or later in the first week of August): Orko with Prince Adam and this set: Mo-Larr vs. Skeletor!
In July, 2010, we had the divisive Count Marzo arrive on our doorsteps. Also in July every year is San Diego Comic Con (SDCC). Usually the big toy companies release some fantastic stuff that will draw people into the convention and for MOTUC, we were lucky that, in most years, we’d have the chance to […]
I’m going to start off by saying that I remember when this figure came out, it was a big issue of contention in the MOTU community. For some, he was a welcome character. For others, although he was featured both in the Filmation and the 200X cartoon and recognized, his design was too close to […]
In April, 2010, not only did we get She-Ra, the Princess of Power, we got another quarterly figure who appeared and lasted about 25 minutes before selling out! He was as a special figure that fans were clamoring for: Keldor! Who’s Keldor you ask? Let’s get to the bio! First off, Keldor comes in the […]
Evil Seed appeared in one episode in Filmation’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon in the 80s. Funny thing is that while some other villains got representation earlier than this guy over the years, he is one of the the villains I remember the most.