I would buy a Melaktha figure.
Type: Posts; User: Hosed Ovor
I would buy a Melaktha figure.
Each figure should have multiple interchangeable hands considering the cost, Mattel's target audience, and standards set by other adult collectible action figures.
He-Man is synonymous with Masters of the Universe in much the same way as Optimus Prime is synonymous with Transformers. I remember when Optimus passed the Matrix of Leadership to Rodimus. That...
Vikor and Demo-Man are concept characters that predated the vintage line and their inclusion is a well earned tribute to Mark Taylor. Dare is simply a character from a rejected pitch.
It's not over just the character. It's also about the subject of the mini comics and a potential direction for 2016. An accurate 2015 roadmap was seen by multiple fans a long time ago. Thus far the...
I am collecting MOTUC because, just like the original line, it is rooted, or at least it was, in the conflict between He-Man and Skeletor, which is the essence of MOTU. I don't want figures from a...
Whether some fans like SoH is unimportant. It's polarizing and it's inclusion is divisive. For the sake of 2016 subscription sales, Mattel should steer clear of anything which has the potential to...
Is Son of He-Man even a legitimate era? Without Scott's attempt to shoehorn it into MOTUC it would remain one of many failed pitches that never saw the light of day.
Scott is responsible for the 2015 lineup including the inclusion of Dare. He is also the author of the mini comics. He is the one who decided to include characters from old, rejected pitches in MOTUC.
Yes, they started charging sales tax on my orders in January. They charge sales tax on products and shipping.
A robot doesn't need a nose either but he has one. :hmwink: He has human features so I fail to see why a belly button is such a big deal. I would take a belly button over that flat ab piece any day.
I loathe the flat ab piece. I would be happy if it was never used again. However, I do agree that the line could do with a bit less of the Trap Jaw legs.
At the very least, we should get Point Dread and the Talon Fighter this year.
There's only three possibilities for the September figure: Dragstor, Perfuma, and Saurod.
It wouldn't be the first time Scott mislead customers. :hmwink: Unless the current management team makes an unlikely, late change, we're probably getting Dare in 2015.
Yes, he is the $42 item.
I have absolutely zero interest.
I'd buy it!
I think less articulation would drive some customers away. I don't know how many, but the line probably can't afford to loose them. NECA went the static figure route and that certainly didn't...
They were also offered during a Cyber Monday sale for a discounted price.
It probably would have been more convenient for fans to have the sale during April's early access. Subscribers who place an order during the Convention Sale and another order for the Hover Robots...
When it was first released it was $40, of course that was almost five years ago. $42 is probably still going to seem a bit steep to some people. As many as I saw at Big Lots I'm surprised Mattel...
Captain Randor +1
So that means Mattel will definitely put him in the fourth quarter of 2016. :hmgrin: On a serious note, I have no interest in a False Face figure.
Melog gets my vote.
This is one of my big wants too!
What did I say that was inaccurate? It's a well established trend that has occurred with each chase figure and each traveling convention figure.
They can't because it's Digital River. :hmwink:
I agree. Mattel will most likely only put up a small quantity for sale during early access this month. There will be quite a few people who...
It will be revealed that Dare's father is actually the Mighty Spector!