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Life In Plastic: TOY REVIEW: Crita (Masters of the Universe Classics)

Girls just wanna have fun…

Today on Life in Plastic, we’re reviewing Cyndi Lauper.  Wait, no, it’s Crita.  From The New Adventures of He-Man.

Crita, the sole female villain of the NA series, was  769 more words

Toys

Top Toys commercials

Masters of the Universe toys were produced under license by various international toy manufacturers in the 1980s. One of those manufacturers was Top Toys, based out of Argentina. 49 more words

He-Man

#1009: Castle Grayskull

CASTLE GRAYSKULL

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (2002)

Playsets for action figures are by and large a thing of the past. They were really big in the ‘70s and ‘80s, and even kept up steam for a good part of the ’90s, but a general trending towards less interest in action figures coupled with rising costs of plastics has made them less than practical. 835 more words

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Life In Plastic: TOY REVIEW: Despara (Masters of the Universe Classics)

When DC Comics announced a new Masters of the Universe revival, the fans were elated – until they learned that the comic was written by people other tan them, and contained a version of He-Man different from their mental picture.   1,017 more words

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Episode 032 - Search for the VHO

In which Prince Adam uses Orko as a kite, for no particular reason.

We open at Selkie Island, where Hovar the Royal Historian and his son Justin are in a research lab under siege by a Pick ‘n’ Mix of stock monsters that we’ve seen before on He-Man. 945 more words

He-Man

Castle Grayskull prototype - a closer look

The prototype Castle Grayskull was not something that most fans had ever seen until relatively recently. Certainly as kids we were oblivious to its existence. It did, however, make its way into story books, mini comics, games, and cross sell artwork. 884 more words

Mark Taylor

#1006: Battle Tank

BATTLE TANK

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (2002)

Masters of the Universe was one of the pinnacles of ’80s toylines.  It had all the trappings: gimmicky figures, wacky action features, play sets, and, yes, lots of vehicles for the figures to make use of.   458 more words

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