Thursday, 20 July 2017

Super7 Reveals Club Grayskull and Collectors Choice MOTU Classics at SDCC 2017

So as you know by now, the big news from SDCC 2017 was that Super7 revealed their new Masters of the Universe Club Grayskull (Filmation) and Masters of the Universe Collectors Choice Classic Figures.

The following figures were revealed:

Club Grayskull Sorceress
Club Grayskull Tung Lashor
Club Grayskull Mer-Man

Club Grayskull Man-E-Faces (No Figure at SDCC)
Collectors Choice Wrap Trap (AKA Horde Mummy)
Collectors Choice Dylamug
Collectors Choice Karg
Collectors Choice Granita (No Figure at SDCC)

Let's take a look at each Figure:

Club Grayskull Sorceress:

Club Grayskull Tung Lashor:

Tung Lashor Jetpack
Club Grayskull Mer-Man:



Collectors Choice Wrap Trap:


Collectors Choice Dylamug:

Dylamug Blast

Collectors Choice Karg:

Karg Gun

Vintage Filmation Figures:

Filmation She-Ra
Filmation Hordak
Filmation He-Man

Filmation Skeletor

Pixel Dan takes a look at all the MOTU Reveals from Super7:

Final Thoughts:

This is a fantastic SDCC 2017 for Super7 and Masters of the Universe. Great reveals!!!  Every single figure is a winner and just love them all!!!

My personal favourite is Karg!!!!

I am so glad that we are getting this figure. You can basically say its a 87 MOTU Movie 30th Anniversary Figure!!!

Super7 - Take my money!!!!

Pics from He-Man.Org

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

The MOTU Classics Ultimate Collection

Let’s take a closer look at the Masters of the Universe Ultimate Addition Figures and Card backs.

Art was done by Axel Gimenez and colors was done by Val Staples (Vintage Style) and Jason Moore.


Unboxing Ultimate He-Man:

Check out the great pics that was posted on Die Welt Meister - Magazin FB Page!!! 

Die Welt der Meister - Magazin


Ram Man:



TheArtalex has posted two videos of the MOTUC Ultimate Edition figures from Super7:


Collecting MOTU – Mint on Card (MOC) or Not Carded and Loose

So very often, I have collectors over that buys figures from me, or even just friends that visits and normally there are some questions they ask me regarding my MOTU Collection.
I decided it would be a very nice idea to answer some of these questions on my Blog.

One of the questions that is often asked:

Why do I collect and display my MOTU Collection loose and not carded (MOC)?

One of the biggest arguments when it comes to collecting and displaying action figures is whether or not they should be carded, or in their original packaging, or loose and set up in themed displays, complete with accessories such as vehicles, weapons and furnishings.

The first thing is that you as a collector must decide what you want from your collection. Meaning that how, are you as a collector going to get the fullest joy from your collection?

Secondly, no one should dictate to you how a collector should collect.

In my case, I made the decision that I want to display my MOTU Figures loose and the reasons are:

1. I want to be able to touch them and enjoy the wonderful sculpting that went into each figure

2. I want to display them and pose them differently, with different accessories, etc.

3. Remember every time you rearrange, dust or clean your figures, it will be the only time that you will have a chance to, “play” with your figures.

4. Play value and Sentimental value is very important to me.

5. As far as resale value, surprisingly, the value does not depreciate a great deal as long as the item is mint and complete with all the accessories it came with. Some figures loose that had low production runs will always have high value, even if they are loose, but complete. Here I am referring to MOTU Figures like Shadow Weaver, Fisto etc.

6. Displaying my figures loose also enables me to make use of less storage space.

To me collecting MOTU has always been a hobby for me and I love to free the toys from their package. I would not say I play with my toys but I certainly get enjoyment from holding the actual item in my hand and seeing what it can do.

No matter which type of action figures you decide to collect, this is a hobby that is really fun and rewarding. The more figures you add to your collection, the more fun and addicting collecting becomes. The only problem you are going to have is finding enough money to keep adding to your collections, and finding the space to display everything.

Come on, admit it. Deep down inside, you really want to play with your action figures.