posted by Peter W
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). Advertisements
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.
Who doesn’t love Dragons? Mix Dragons in with MOTU and you have a winning combination! One of the final figures for 2013 was one of two oversized figures.
The second “Ultimate” figure in the latest batch of MOTU figures from Super7 is Skeletor.
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.
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