Monthly Archives: July 2010
My last post offered a MOTU Mini-Comics Checklist, so in this post I wanted to put together a MOTU Action Figure Checklist. This information was pulled from a visual list of all of the Masters of the Universe figures, via … Continue reading
Every MOTU action figure originally came with a mini-comic in the package. The comics are mostly origin stories, and turned out to be one of the main features of their collectibility. Plus, the books were (and still are) really fun … Continue reading
Between FailBlog and Keyboard Cat, YouTube has always provided my friends and I with hours of entertainment. I didn’t realize the true power of YouTube’s addictiveness until I found “HeMan’s Channel.” You can watch the first 13 full cartoon episodes … Continue reading
As I was doing some research on how to list my old MOTU toys, I had to search around for info about some confusing abbreviations I found. Two sites were helpful for me, so I want to list them here for reference.
For more how-to rating info, see my previous post: https://nostalgiainabox.wordpress.com/2010/07/27/rating-action-figure-condition/ Continue reading
Now that I’m getting ready to start putting my old MOTU guys from childhood up on eBay, I’ve run into a pretty common stumbling block: is it sellable, or is it scrap? I asked that question on the He-man.org forums, … Continue reading
Mattel Exec: “Hurricane Hordak is old news, boys. How do we make him better?“ Creative Director: “Glow-in-the-dark tested through the roof… Glow-dak?“ Mattel Exec: “Ugh, hell no. We did that with Scare Glow. I need something fresh, exciting… something to … Continue reading