It’s TrapJaw 2.0 from the Masters of the Universe Classics Filmation series. He closely resembles his 1980s cartoon counterpart but still has all the articulation of the Classics style of toys. Such an awesome figure! Thank you Rashnu for getting this!
It’s Faker. He’s your favorite evil He-Man robotic duplicate that was sorely under used in the original series and only made a slight ‘blink and you’ll miss’ cameo appearance in the 200x series. He is out from the Super7 Ultimate series and he is a badass!
It’s Ram Man from the Masters of the Universe Classics Ultimate Edition toy line from Super7. He’s pretty damn awesome figure! Small little flaw in mine, but it is probably unique to me. Check out my thoughts on this figure in the attached video.
Remember Arrow from the Princess of Power cartoon/toy figures? This was the stead of the character Bow. The toy was blue and had wings but the cartoon was more of a tan color and had no wings at all. This beast/vehicle has wings, but is colored in a more in the way of the animation. Here’s my thoughts on it.
A Song of Heroes is an independent online comic book series that takes place on the planet of Emphyria. Here the Red Wizard is attempting to take the Protoskull to solidify his own power. This first volume has some background and origins of a couple of his minions and brings on the intro to the series Skaldor. This run is heavily influenced by the Masters of the Universe series. Some of the characters have even been created as fan made competitions as future action figure statues...
I had no idea that the original Masters of the Universe movie came out 30 years ago. It’s totally cheesy and cringeworthy and no where near what the source material, but it’s gained a huge following among He-Man fans out there. I’ve seen it many times myself and I laugh at it but I still love it. Here’s a video by CineFix that tells 7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Movie. I TOTALLY had no idea about PigBoy cameo.
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Wow! This book is one of the most comprehensive guides to the Masters of the Universe/Princess of Power books ever! It’s almost the Encyclopedia guides to anyone out there looking for some of the more obscure references made in the world of Eternos. These are my thoughts on this Dark Horse publishing.
It’s Tung Lashor from the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline from MattyCollector. He is part of the Snake Men and one of the more unique out of the figures since he’s much different from most of the other Snake Men.
Sea Hawk – Adora’s boyfriend…or maybe he was Bow’s boyfriend, whatever. You can have any imagination with toylines, including making a pirate whose crew is all male, be bisexual at the very least. Here’s my thoughts on this figure. Thanks Mr. Thom for getting me this guy! My Masters of the Universe Classics collection is almost complete.
Did you know that there existed a Masters of the Universe newspaper comic strip that was published in select newspapers around the world? It did exist and it expanded on the original 1980s-1990s He-Man Universe that most fans never knew existed. Thanks to Danielle Gelehrter, Val Stapkes, Eric Marshall, and Raunak Singh for making this possible. This book is published by Dark Horse Comics.