It does not matter if you own the supersized, two-foot-tall Masters of the Universe Skeletor figure or not because there are two new Skeletor’s Shogun Variants joining it.
Mattel is making this year’s San Diego Comic-Con 2021 aka [email protected] (July 23-25, 2021) a little extra special with a campaign called “12 Days of Fandom”.
Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation will start streaming on Netflix this month. Before that happens, Netflix has shared the official trailer which, not going to lie, looks super exciting.
You have seen the images and you have also saw the action figures, now get a taste what the upcoming Netflix Masters of the Universe: Revelation with its first official teaser video.
In addition to the reveal of the first images of the upcoming Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, toy maker Mattel has revealed the Masters of the Universe: Revelation action figures.
If you haven’t already heard, 80s cartoon He-Man: Masters of the Universe is getting a new animated series and not surprisingly, it will be on Netflix. Like where else could it be on, right?
Fans of Masters of the Universe may want to check out the Mattel Art of Engineering Skeletor Figure. Clearly, it is not a toy and little does the name say anything about this clear evil of Eternia. OK. May be it did. I just did not see it. Now I do.
Here’s a chance for kids who grew up in the 70s and 80s to relive the glory of Masters of the Universe: the Masters of the Universe Classics Snake Mountain Playset from Super7. While Skeletor’s lair isn’t nearly as iconic as Castle Grayskull, it is nevertheless a must-have for any completionist fan of MOTU.
Good news, Skeletor wannabe. Your journey to becoming the villain with a bare skull for head can begin with his magical weapon: the Masters of the Universe Skeletor Havoc Staff Prop Replica.
Given Hasbro’s love for crossover with 80s’ pop culture, we are surprised that He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is not on its sight. Oh, wait. That’s the property of its major competitor, Mattel. OK. Never mind.