In which He-Man deliberately tries to ruin a young boy’s day by implying that his pet is dead.
As the episode begins, Man-at-Arms is admiring himself in front of a full-length mirror in the Palace. 1,064 more words
The MotU vintage line is well-known for its imaginative concepts: where else are genres mixed so wildly and ultimately so coherently? This is my Top 5 list of wildest concepts that became a MotU figure (and with ‘wild’ I mean ‘great’ ;-)): 790 more words
In July, 2010, we had the divisive Count Marzo arrive on our doorsteps. Also in July every year is San Diego Comic Con (SDCC). Usually the big toy companies release some fantastic stuff that will draw people into the convention and for MOTUC, we were lucky that, in most years, we’d have the chance to get the SDCC exclusive figure(s) in some manner later on at Mattycollector.com. 1,164 more words
I’m going to start off by saying that I remember when this figure came out, it was a big issue of contention in the MOTU community. 1,112 more words
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A cyborg (short for “cybernetic organism”) is a being with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. (…) it applies to an organism that has restored function or enhanced abilities due to the integration of some artificial component or technology that relies on some sort of feedback.