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Description TheMeteorbs represented Mattel's attempt to get in on the transforming toy craze(Transformers, Go-Bots, etc) which took the form of transforming rocks intoanimals. And just like their illustriousTransforming predecessors, Meteorbs were also shamelessly ripped off theJapanese. This time, it was a toyline byBandai called Tamagoras.
The Heroic Meteorbs consisted of Tuskor,Cometroid (pictured here), Astrolion, Comet Cat & Ty-Grrr while the Evil Meteorbs had ontheir roster: Orbear, Rhinorb,Crocobite, Dinosorb and Gore-illa.
Features Each Meteorbpossessed the ability to transform from a smooth egglike shape into some formof animal or robot. The gimmick wasfairly simple and didn't require much effort to transform.
The Heroic Meteorbs consisted of Tuskor,Cometroid, Astrolion, Comet Cat (pictured here) & Ty-Grrr while the Evil Meteorbs had ontheir roster: Orbear, Rhinorb,Crocobite, Dinosorb and Gore-illa.
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil Snake Men figures.Articulation:- neck- jaw- shoulders- wrists- waist- hipsAction features:- Press on head to spray water- Blaster fires missleAccessories:- blaster- cobra shaped missile
Made-to-order 3-pack from Super7 featuring Masters of the Universe Classics minicomic Stratos, minicomic Trap Jaw, and minicomic Prince Adam. Only available for pre-order. Will not be available for sale at Power-Con! The MOTU Classics 3-packs are made-to-order.Pre-order ended April 30, 2017Released September 9, 2017$105BIOS
Prince Adam - Heroic "Secret Identity" of He-Man - After Adam received the Power of Grayskull, he played up his reputation as an irresponsible young man. Although he had long since outgrown his early days as a reckless teenager, he maintained the persona of “the carousing Prince” in order to conceal his secret identity. In the eyes of others, Adam liked nothing more than revelry and the company of Eternos’ most unruly young ladies. Adam spent time at the Dragon’s Breath Inn, lifting flagons of ale with hearty fellows and brawling with anyone who insulted his talking tiger, Cringer. Teela disdained this unseemly behavior, as did King Randor and his Prime Minister, Duke Tiberon. Upon witnessing Teela’s growing revulsion and concern, Adam heeded Man-At-Arms’ advice and “mended his ways.” Much to his father’s relief, Adam abandoned his rebellious garb and started wearing the royal maroon and purple clothing befitting a prince. Although Adam’s wild carousing was, for the most part, a pretense, his regular tardiness, hatred of royal paperwork, and fondness for afternoon naps were all quite genuine.
Stratos - Heroic Leader of the Bird People - In their adolescence, Stratos and Hawke watched helplessly as the Tycons, a race of humanoid insects, killed their parents and ravaged their village. Infuriated, Stratos finally took up his father’s Fire Ray and led groups of Bird People against the insect menace. Stratos’ forces eventually overcame the Tycons, though many Bird People were left homeless. Undeterred, Stratos and Hawke went to the Mystic Mountains where they found the Golden Egg, a holy relic that brought fertility to the land of their ancestors. Stratos led his people into the mountains, and there, Avion was reborn with young Stratos named as its leader. Because of the trauma he’d endured, Stratos strongly distrusted outsiders, but at the urging of his older cousin Syracu, he gradually learned the value of cooperation, even assisting the barbarian Oo-Larr on occasion. Not long after, Prince Randor saved Stratos from a Lizigator’s jaws, which earned him the Avionian’s eternal friendship. It took some years for Stratos’ gray feathers to grow over his light-colored down, but with them, his wisdom grew as well.
Trap Jaw - Evil Cyborg Criminal with an "Iron Jaw" - When Skeletor defeated Kronis, his dark magic left the insane criminal broken and poisoned. Although Tri-Klops rebuilt Kronis into the loyal but menacing Trap Jaw, Skeletor’s poison continued to ravage his body and over time turned his blue skin into a sickly green. During a battle with the Heroic Warriors, Trap Jaw escaped through a dimensional gateway to his native Infinita where peacekeepers once more tried to capture him for his criminal past. Trap Jaw lost much of his damaged body armor, and without Tri-Klops to maintain his cybernetics, his mechanical arm became little more than a primitive club. However, the strange workings of magic caused Trap Jaw to gain trans-dimensional entry into Castle Grayskull, allowing him to temporarily absorb much of the castle’s powers. When Trap Jaw returned to conquer Eternia for himself, Skeletor joined forces with He-Man to defeat him by severing his connection to the castle’s power. Trap Jaw renewed his loyalty to Skeletor, but secretly he hungered for the power he had ever so briefly possessed.
Masters of the Universe® ClassicsClub Etheria™ Figure, August 2014
Razzle dazzle, you know them well, the words she uses to start a spell! The spells are questionable and her tongue may be tangled, but the mixed-up mistress of magic means well. This highly fan-demanded figure finally arrives in the MOTUC line with sidekick Broom, who’s armed with… arms!
Madam Razz™ Bio Real Name: Regina RazzMadame Razz is a Twigget witch who lives with her people in the Whispering Woods on Etheria. After the Battle of Brightmoon, she welcomed the surviving royal family and their supporters into the shelter of her magical forest. Helping to form the Great Rebellion, Madame Razz and her servant Broom went on to become core members of the Rebellion’s leadership, especially because she is only one of three on Etheria that knows Adora is actually She-Ra, Princess of Power. Often accused of being absentminded, Razz has a tendency to mispronounce her spells, sometimes leading to comical results. Despite some flaws in her magic wielding abilities, Madame Razz is a kind soul who only wants to see Etheria free from the Horde’s evil tyranny.
Spring-loaded waist. By pressing a lever on the side of his belt, Skeletor will perform a spinning lunge, flinging an eight-bladed disk from his launcher towards the enemy. He also has a "light-pipe" feature in the back of his helmet, which makes his eyes glow eerily. A cool figure, the best of the three NA Skeletors.Accessories:- 2 disks of doom- psychotronic disk launcher- wrist clip (for using disk as shield)
The giant propellor of this skull-faced helicopter winds up, and can be launched at the touch of a trigger, spinning horribly in the face of the enemy (I should think this would affect its flying ability...). Further, another trigger makes the skull's jaw snap menacingly. Plus, did I mention that the skull glows in the dark? This ship's got it all! Also, if you want to be disturbed, place Optikk in the pilot seat and have the copter "stare" at you. Really, it will creep you out after awhile.Accessories:- bladed rip-rotor projectile
The full article from Tomart Action Figure Digest issues #89, #90 and #91, featuring many concepts and preliminary designs by Mark Taylor and Ted Meyers
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