Ever wonder what some of our favorite horror characters of the modern age would look like if they were in a barbaric world? What if they were 5.5 inch scale and had muscular toned bodies similar to the 1980’s Masters of the Universe toyline? Well, Funko made figures with this concept in mind with their Savage World Horror figures series! Featured in this toy video review is Pinhead, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Pinhead!
It’s Jitsu! I mean, Chopper. He’s from the Masters of the Universe Classics Super7 Filmation series. He only made one appearance in the original 1980s cartoon, but it was memorable. Thank you Michael for getting me this figure at Power Con 2018. I hope to get more of the Filmation series figures at some point down the line.
It’s fan favorite Crita, from the New Adventures of He-Man series. She was part of the “Space Mutants’ as categorized from the Masters of the Universe Classics series. Major shout out to my buddy Long Haired Creepy Guy for getting this figure for me! Check out my thoughts on this figure in the attached YouTube video.
Whoa!!! It’s the Zeo Golden Power Staff. Hell’s yeah this is badass on so many levels. Thank you XCeroLoboX for this. I am making a Gold Zeo Power Ranger Costume later this year and this just encourages me more. I can not play the full Zeo and Gold Ranger songs that the staff can do because of copyright purposes, but know that both can be heard on the staff’s extra features.
It is Elita-1 from the Power of the Primes figures from the Hasbro Transformer series. Female Transformers are no where near as numerous as their male counterparts. The female toys also are also not released as much. Elita was first brought to many fans eyes in the original G1 cartoon, however she has moved far beyond that origin. There are many different cartoon universes and comic book realities, including the IDW comic book, all of which have different versions of this badass Transformer...
Oh my glob! It’s the Blue Power Ranger from the Mighty Morphin Power Ranger Legacy 6 Inch figures. This is a very cool figure, thank you Terry for this figure. You are so badass for getting me this figure. Check out my thoughts on this figure. I’m not the most knowledgeable on the Power Ranger series, but I am for sure a huge fan of it.
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 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.
The bisexual Shatterstar finally gets the Marvel Legends treatment. Even better is that it’s the 90’s version of Shatterstar. Not that the current version is horribly drawn, but I like classic Shatterstar so much better. Here’s my thoughts on this Marvel Legends piece. Definitely worth it for any X-Force fan out there. Thank you Sam for getting me this figure!
It’s Mumm-Ra – The Ever Living! This was the Thundercats Classics Exclusive figure available from MattyCollector’s Thundercat subscription toy series. He is a great scult and I love how he turned out. A shame that he is the last of my Thundercats figures, but I hope this line will be continued on later.
The X-Men are celebrating Mutant Pride with an introduction of the first Mutant Drag Queen Shade. Meanwhile, Iceman goes alone against one of the X-Men’s deadliest enemies- Mr. Sinister. Bobby Drake is attempting to free missing Morlocks and is seemingly over his head, or is he? This is penultimate issue with the story written by Sina Grace and artwork by Nathan Stockman.
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Young Justice is back baby! Not only is there a season 3 of the animated Young Justice that is airing on the DC Universe streaming service, but there is a new comic book that just started from DC Comic’s Wonder Comic imprint. Check out my thoughts on this first issue in the attached video and tell me what you think of this first issue that reunites Robin (Tim), Impulse (Bart), Wonder Girl…