Chest has three "damage indicators": undamaged, one slash, and two slashes.Accessories:SwordRam Staff
Evil leader with the claw-swinging action!
Note: May be referred to as the "Fifth-Anniversary Skeletor."
Features: Twist waist and power punch action. Place the Terror Claws onto his fists with the power of a friction clip. the white dragon skull weapons also attaches to his hand instead of one of the Terror Claw gloves. The weapon whips back and forth with a "snapping" jaw action as you twist his waist back and forth.
Accessories: Terror Claws. White dragon skull weapon. Red clip on his back for mounting his dragon skull weapon and to help twist the torso side to side.
Mini-comics: The Terror Claws Strike!
Variants: The white dragon skull weapons comes with a mouth that's either red inside or left unpainted.
Twist waist & power punch action. Accessories: - havok staff - power sword - removable harness - removable belt
A very rare Gift Set produced around 1983 and 1984. Vintage Masters of the Universe "Gift Sets" are very scarce.Other notable Gift sets produced: He Man with Battlecat, Skeletor with Panthor, Skeletor with Screech, He Man with Jet Sled, Fisto with Strydor, Jitsu with Nighstalker, Battle Armor He man with Battlecat, Battle Armor Skeletor with Panthor, Battle Armor Skeletor with Landshark.
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Pull apart double blade sword for two single blades. Push button for battle call and sword sound. Rotate waist to hear battle call.Accessories:- double blade sword- havoc staff- ”Problem with Power” video
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Articulation:- neck- shoulders- hipsAction Features:- Push button on staff to launch fire skull missile- Twist and release waist for power punch or sword slashAccessories: - "flaming" swords- Havoc Staff with firing "flaming" Ram Skull
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Pivoting missle launcher and full battle armor.Accessories: - missile launcher- missle- battle armor (3) pieces
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Push button on back for sword slash or power punch. Spin the blades on the spin blade. Accessories:- spin blade- double blade sword
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Articulation:- neck- shoulders- wrists- waist- hipsAction Features:- Push button on back for sword slash or power punch- Push button on (disguised as skull ornament) waist to launch armor missile- Push button on rocket launcher to launch battle rocket- Claw is spring-loaded Accessories:- samurai sword- rocket launcher- battle rocket- armor missile- helmet- samurai war boots
Accessory for use with the original Skeletor action figure.- Attaches to SkeletorAccessories:- removable tail whip- removable helmet
- Pull apart double blade sword for two single blades. Push button for smash up action.Accessories:- double blade sword- havoc staff
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Bendable snake arms with snapping snake jaws.Accessories:- none
"Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Shield blades activate and retract."
This figure was exclusively available as part of a two-pack with Wolf Armor He-Man
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Push button smash up action. Accessories:- sword- havoc staff
Attack Eternia with the Masters of the Universe® 12'' rotocast Skeletor!Accessories: - sword
Battle Armor Skeletor bio
Real Name: Keldor of the House of Miro.
Using dark magic taught by Hordak, Skeletor occasionally creates new forms of armor and weapons to outmaneuver the Masters of the Universe. His BATTLE ARMOR was first created to help Skeletor penetrate through the Mystic Wall in order to kidnap Adora and secretly clone the Sorceress of Grayskull. The original armor was destroyed by Oo-larr after three strikes with his mighty battle axe, sending Skeletor back behind the Wall. Skeletor reformed the armor 20 years later in an effort to combat a similar battle suit now worn by He-Man. Although lacking the mystic qualities of the original, his new armor was stronger and more powerful. Skeletor, Evil Lord of Destruction is now protected by his magic BATTLE ARMOR!
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Meet Mo-Larr, defender of tooth, justice, and the Eternian way! Mo-Larr was featured in the famous (infamous?) episode featured on the DVD release of Robot Chicken Season 2 where he chased down Skeletor® and relieved him of an impacted wisdom tooth, sans numbing agent. Skeletor® features a new head with missing tooth, Havok Staff, Power Sword®, and Half Power Sword®. Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist, comes with five assorted dental tools, including &$#@%! drill and floss.
Mo-Larr BioReal Name: Dr. Moe LarrsteinWhen an impacted wisdom tooth or an infected molar threatens the oral health of anyone in the Dark or Light Hemispheres, Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist, is called! Relentlessly dedicated to his craft, Mo-Larr has been known to travel to the gates of Snake Mountain™ itself to insist his clients keep their appointments! Whether hero or villain, it's all the same to Mo-Larr — the sworn enemy of all Eternian cavities!
Skeletor® BioReal Name: Keldor™Although lacking any skin, Skeletor's bony exterior has left him open to oral decay and poor dental hygiene. When his wails of pain become too much, his servants Grizzlor® and Beast Man® have been known to call upon the only expert in Eternia® who can help- Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist! Quick to forget, Skeletor® often loses track of his appointments, distracted by his massage chair and Eternian periodical collection.
Club Eternia Figure, August 2014
Sometimes you’ve just gotta branch out. One planet isn’t enough for this greedy guy… he wants a much bigger piece of the cosmic pie. Representing his healed techno virus body, this figure comes with a removable helmet, cosmic Havoc Staff, and an all-new “battle damage” head for Faker. Skeletor Bio Real Name: Keldor of the House of Miro Wounded by Hordak’s final buzz saw attack at the end of the Second Ultimate Battleground, the victorious Skeletor mended his body with a techno virus from Preternia. Having learned of the might of the Horde Empire, he abandoned Eternia in search of a grander prize – the entire Universe! Finding a Laser Gate at the far end of his own galaxy, he passed through it to the Tri Solar System just above the planet Denebria. It was here he recruited the Horde’s Mutant Army in a plan to lead them in mutiny against the Empire. But Skeletor was followed by He-Man, She-Ra and many of the Masters of the Universe who had themselves allied with the Galactic Protectors. Skeletor now fights a new intergalactic battle; to rule the universe and to destroy He-Man once and for all!
Real Name: Keldor™
Mortally wounded in a battle with his half-brother, Captain Randor™, Keldor™ turned to his dark-arts master Hordak® to save his life. Merging Keldor with the extra-dimensional being Demo-Man™ from Despondos™, Kelor was forever changed into Skeletor, Overlord of Evil! He gathered together many of Eternia's greatest outcasts and evil warriors in his quest to gain entry into Castle Grayskull and obtain what he believed to be the universe's ultimate power source.
Toys R Us Exclusive 2 PackSkeletor - Evil Lord ofDestructionReal Name: Keldor
Mortally wounded inbattle with his half-brother Captain Randor, Keldor turned to hisdark-arts master Hordak to save his life. Hordak merged Keldor withan extra-dimensional being Demo-Man from Despondos, Keldor wasforever changed into Skeletor, Overlord of Evil! He gathered togethermany of Eternia’s greatest outcasts and evil warriors in his questto gain entry into Castle Grayskull and obtain what he believes isthe universe’s ultimate power source.
Lex Luthor – CriminalMastermindReal Name: Alexander Joseph Luthor
As a super-intelligentteenager, Lex Luthor idolized Superboy, while working on a cure forSuperboy's weakness to Krypyonite, one of Luthor's lab experimentswent awry. This caused irreparable damage to his psyche as well asthe permanent loss of his hair. Luthor blames Superman for theaccident and has tried many times to destroy him, concocting numerousschemes and weapons. Superman overcame all of Luthor's plots andLuthor's failures only served to magnify his hatred for Superman.
Real Name: Keldor™ of the House of Miro
As the ruler of Eternia® following Randor’s banishment, Skeletor® created a new magical armor infused with an Eternian Dragon, giving him the power to paralyze his enemies at first glance. His rule was cut short, however, when Skeletor’s former master Hordak® returned from Despondos™ with the help of Evil-Lyn®. Hordak® not only overthrew Skeletor®, but drove the Snake Men™ into hibernation. Forced into a war on multiple fronts, Skeletor® continued to lead his Evil Warriors into battle, often having to fight side-by-side with his former enemies – the now renegade Masters of the Universe®. Perched on his master’s armor, the Evil Dragon “pet” of Skeletor® stops his enemies cold with his paralyzing jet spray of venom.
Baby Skeletor Figure
The Evil Lord of Destruction goes back in time… and turns into an itty bitty blue baby! This tale of a tyrannical tot, an unexpected detour, and buffalo wings comes from the twisted minds at one of our favorite stop-motion TV shows, and was the inspiration for this little guy. A must-have for true MOTUC fans, Baby Skeletor measures 12” tall (a total of 15” when sitting on his evil royal potty, including the potty) with articulation at the legs, shoulders and neck, and a face only a mother could… nope, sorry… even she thinks he’s hideous. The childish commander and his commode arrive in a unique closed-box throne package, and comes with a removable “Born to Rule” baby t-shirt and his Havoc Staff rattle. Baby Skeletor may seem harmless, but remember… 80% of his body weight is in his horrible head!
Note: This 12-inch doll is not in scale with the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline.
When his waist is turned, he will raise his Skull Staff to block an attack. Accessories: - helmet - cape - skull staff
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)
A spring-loaded draw-back arm allows Skeletor to hurl his devastating four-bladed axe. His skull-faced chest armor glows-in-the-dark, and he has long black hair, "rooted" by way of a separate "scalp" piece.Accessories:- quadro-blade throwing axe- deflector shield
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The conflict between them is huge… even though they’re not. This MOTUC Minis 2-pack pairs the unnaturally evil Skeletor® with Eternian nature god Moss Man®. These figures both have head, shoulder, wrist, and waist articulation. Skeletor® comes with his Havoc staff and sword, while Moss Man® comes with his mace and shield and is flocked. This set is the second in a series of six and comes with a piece needed to build a mini Castle Grayskull® with a working Jaw Bridge.
Giant Skeletor Figure
Masters of the UniverseClub MOTU Giants Figure, October 2014
Faithful recreations of the vintage MOTU figures in 12” scale! Each figure has a twist waist power punch, “rubber band” legs, and vintage-style accessories. They come on an oversized vintage-style blister card featuring watercolor cross-sell art from 1982. Giant Skeletor comes with a sword that snaps together just like the vintage toy, Havoc Staff, and removable armor and "skirt.”Collect all four:
Giant He-Man (September 2014 Figure) Giant Skeletor (October 2014 Figure) Giant Stratos (November 2014 Figure) Giant Beast Man (December 2014 Figure)
Here we see a very interesting case of how much an early concept can evolve during development, and finished toy or character.The first concept-sketch of Skeletor features a far, far more savage version of the now-infamous Lord of Destruction. He has a big muscular hunched back look, big beard, a strange gemmed little crown-like hat, a morning-star mace, scimitar-like sword, and his trademark Havoc-staff is nowhere to be seen.In fact, judging from all things, including the armour and overall look, at this stage, he and Beastman where one! The more Savage features would soon be spun off and redeveloped into Skeletors most faithful follower, the savage Beastman.In the second image, we see a more developed, more or less finished version of Skeletor. Now he's sporting pretty much all of his finished features, his classic Havoc staff, bone armour and head-cloak. The differences to the Skeletor we all know and love, are small. His Havoc Staff was apparently planned to have a feature where the ram-skull could pop off and then be used as a sort of elongated morning star, still attached with a rope to the shaft of the staff. His face seems to have somewhat more skin and dried-out flesh left on it too. And finally, his lower arms are different, having a bony deteriorated, half-rotten appearance, instead of the finalized toys spiky fore-arms.No doubt the original fore-arms where deemed a bit "too strong" for young children at the time...Images courtesy of Matt Jozwiak & Mark Taylor
Here we have an early hand-made prototype of Skeletor. His look is somewhere in between his concept-drawing and the finished toy. His body is not yet based on the finalized male mold for the toyline, but instead on the early wax-prototype of the early He-man that sported a helmet.This results in his body having more realistic proportions and a less hunched back and crouched look. His face has more flesh left on it ( sporting a strange grin almost) and his feet are bare, and human-looking, like in his concept-sketch. His staff is also looking a bit rushed, not quite finished in time. The shaft of the Havoc Staff is replaced by a simple bronze-rod.Image courtesy of Matt Jozwiak & Mark Taylor
Dragon Blaster Skeletor front of the card illustration pencils. By William George.