A few days ago, I reviewed my least favourite figure of the new Collector’s Choice line, Hawke. To start off my look at the Club Grayskull figures, I thought I would tackle another other figure that got so much attention for the wrong reasons: Teela.
In June of 2011, Mattycollector and the Four Horsement delievered the next quarterly bonus figure for the Masters of the Universe line: Battleground Teela. Supposedly this sculpt/version of Teela, dubbed “Bikini Blonde Teela” was fan demanded and that may be the case. It just turned out, for me, to be one of my least like […]
Masters of the Universe Classics had a hit with their fan demanded weapons pack they put out earlier that year in April. In the vintage line, Mattel put out weapons packs with accessories in different colours so kids could get more play out of their figures and they could make more money out of the […]
It’s been a while since I’ve done a “Rewind” feature. It’s not that I’m neglecting the line now after hearing Mattycollector is shutting down and that Super 7 w/The Four Horsemen will be continuing the line in some form. I’ve been out and about and have had guests, AND my daughter’s first bday so I’ve […]
This entry marks the end of the first year of the Masters of the Universe Classics. King Randor was the December figure, but Mattel surprised us all and released a second bonus figure for the year (the first being Zodak). When announced, I knew I was getting this figure as she never had a vintage […]
The first female figure in the Masters of the Universe Classics line was Teela. She was released in October 15th of 2008 and lasted about four days on the Mattycollector.com before she sold out. Although she was available almost a week, she has become one of the most expensive figures on the after-market to get. […]