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!)
Although I watched the Filmation She-Ra: Princess of Power cartoon when I was younger, I didn’t have the attachment to it that I did with the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon. To tell you the truth, I watched She-Ra more to see the Horde, who were some of my favourite bad guys.
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.
With getting Adora in 2009, fans were clamoring for what they wanted even more than a first ever Adora figure: they wanted She-Ra. I was fine with Princess of Power getting representation in the line and I was interested to see how She-Ra would be represented in the Classics line and I wasn’t disappointed (except […]
I wasn’t too fond of the Crita figure that came this month. Thankfully, or so I first thought upon opening up my parcel, the subscription figure, Despara, also shipped this month. After I got her out of the package, my enthusiasm dropped.
I admit: I was thoroughly disappointed that there was no Masters of the Universe Classics figure as a SDCC exclusive this year. Actually, I also felt relief as I was one of the people that supported the MOTUC line from the beginning and got screwed when Mattycollector made so few of the SDCC exclusives last […]
The second year of Masters of the Universe Classics was starting off with a figure that was never put into plastic form before. Sure, She-Ra had a figure back in the day, but those figures were marketed more towards the girls at the time. She-Ra also just came as “She-Ra,” meaning that you couldn’t turn […]
The second figure in the new MOTUC Collector’s Choice line arrived this week. The Collector’s Choice line is an expansion of the MOTUC line, but with all new, fan demanded figures of characters never before put into plastic.