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Maybe you had some Masters of the Universe figures as a kid. Mattel’s beloved heroes and villains packed a punch – often, literally! Today, Mondo brings these characters back as even bigger releases with more accessories and more articulation! The Masters of the Universe Skeletor 1:6 Scale Action Figure brings evil home with gear and accessories inspired by the original toy, the cartoons, the 2002 remake, and other artists that spent time on Eternia. Begin the incantation and summon one from Entertainment Earth today!

For the Honor of Grayskull! A new generation will soon experience a reimagined take on the She-Ra legend when the savior of Etheria returns in DreamWorks She-Ra and The Princesses of Power!  The new animated series brings to life "a story of magic, friendship, loyalty, and an epic battle for peace." Inspired the classic Filmation animated series of the 80s (a spin-off from Mattel's iconic He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), it tells "the story of an orphan named Adora, who leaves behind her former life in the evil Horde when she discovers a magic sword that transforms her into the mythical warrior princess, She-Ra." Today comes our first official teaser trailer from the new series. Check it out below!

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The business of play is a fascinating subject, with the real-life stories behind some of our favorite toys sometimes rivaling the fictional worlds that they spawned. The Netflix Original Series The Toys That Made Us feeds that interest, and for those awaiting more episodes (season 3 is being filmed right now) there's a new documentary that's an absolute must-watch. Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is now streaming on Netflix, and as the title implies - it's an in-depth look at Mattel's iconic franchise from its origins in the early 80s through nearly four decades of highs and lows. Check out the trailer below...

There's quite a bit of savage news out of Funko lately, and the latest is seasonally-perfect. On the heels of their Savage World Thundercats announcement comes an assortment of action figures that reimagines some of the biggest icons of horror in an unexpected way - buffed-up and ready for battle! The Horror Savage World collection will launch with Freddy Krueger from ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’, Jason Voorhees from ‘Friday the 13th’Leatherface from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre'Michael Myers from 'Halloween' and Pinhead from 'Hellraiser' - each presented in the muscular 5.5" action figure style that was made famous by Mattel's Masters of the Universe line back in the 1980s. As Funko points out, these horror villains are "ready to haunt your dreams and chase you down." If you want these in time for this Halloween, get your pre-orders in via my affiliate, Entertainment Earth!

At Toy Fair in New York this past February, one of the interesting things spotted in Funko's massive booth was their line of Savage World action figures. These 5.5" figures are familiar in shape and stature to anyone who played with Masters of the Universe toys back in the 80s, or the REMCO toys that "borrowed" the distinct body style of Mattel's more famous collection. Among the prototypes were some familiar characters that were being sculpted in the style of perhaps their greatest enemies of the era... former competitors in the action figure aisle. Thundercats have been officially brought into the Savage World, and if the He-Man influence isn't obvious enough, just check out the environment being used to display these figures - that's a tweaked and re-painted Evil Horde Fright Zone playset (which I used to have!)... a lair that used to be home to Hordak! The first wave is coming, and my affiliates at Entertainment Earth have the figures available for pre-order...

I have a t-shirt that I wear on occasion that features Mattel's iconic He-Man riding the mighty Battle Cat atop the curve of a gleaming rainbow. Why rainbows and He-Man? I'm not entirely sure, but I've always thought that it had a nice thematic tie-in to that 2010 viral video of Prince Adam (poorly) singing a dance version of 4 Non Blondes' 1993 hit, "What's Up?" So now comes the question, "what's going on" with Prince Adam and Comic-Con this year... specifically with Super7? Well, in the midst of all of their fantastic SDCC exclusive reveals for 2018, Super7 is rolling into San Diego with Prince Adam rockin' a massive smile on a new headsculpt inspired by that epic video of internet infamy. Check this out...

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