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    Answers to WTFWTK 2.7!

    Toyguru has once again provided answers to your questions.
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    1. For many Q&A answers, Mattel will say "if there is enough fan interest" that something asked about could happen. Unfortunately, that never tells fans the specifics on what needs to happen in order to create that level of interest. So, what exactly quantifies "enough fan interest?"
    Unfortunately this isn’t a question we can provide a direct answer to. Toy production runs and fincial information is proprietary information we don’t give out. We know that a lot of fans are hoping to have a measurable scale to be able to tell how successful a line is. All we can say is that we will let fans know how sales are doing as soon as the first figures go on sale.

    2. Might we see the release of a new Commemorative line, or a MOTUC / Commemorative 2-pack type line, where we once again get figures in their original 1980s sculpting style, especially figures that were never released back then such as He-Ro or the Star Sisters?
    This is an idea we have discussed internally, but right now we want to put all of our efforts behind MOTUClassics. If the line takes off it will definitely open the floor for other possible MOTU lines such as another commemorative line. But nothing to announce right now.

    3. Will Mattel be using all new sculpts for female figures in the line, or recycling female parts from the DCUC line? A number of fans feel the women should have proportions that are similar in tone to the classic line with a bit more "shape", whereas the DCUC females tend to be very thin in appearance.
    The basic female will indeed have a new sculpt. While we may occasionally use parts from DCUC, almost all of the parts for MOTUC will be new. We will get to at least one if not two females in year 1.

    4. Since we're getting some figures with swappable heads, will the heads be removable on every figure? Even those without an alternate packed-in head?
    It would be nice to easily customize our figures with the armor and heads of our choice (eg:
    placing the head from the 2nd Skeletor release (what/whenever that may be) onto 1st Skeletor body)

    Yes, all the heads will be removable. This was one of the features we wanted to put into the line from Day 1 and is one of the reasons we bumped He-Man and Beast Man to December.

    5. In the 200X MOTU line, while the Four Horsemen did the majority of sculpts, some refreshes were done in-house by Mattel. Will the Four Horsemen be sculpting and/or designing all of the figures in MOTUC?
    Right now the plan is for the Horsemen to do all the sculpting.

    6. Because of the push-back on the initial MOTUC release date, what is Mattel's proposed schedule for announcing new figures, showing photos, and showing us packaging (which we haven't seen any of yet)?
    We will roll out brand specific pages on MattyCollector.com in early November (including a page for MOTUC) which will detail all of this information. Right now the plan is for He-Man and Beast Man to go on sale in Dec, Skeletor in Jan, Stratos in Feb., and Mer-Man in April (Mer Man was originally the March figure but he was delayed a few weeks so the NYCC figure will become the March figure as well). The packaging will be revealed when we roll out the new brand page in early November. New figures will be revealed in the first quarter of 2009 once we judge sales of the first few characters. (we don’t want to get too far ahead and announce figures until we are sure they are going to market!)

    7. When will we see the first MOTUC sculpts of characters from New Adventures, Princess of Power, and the 2002 MOTU universe?
    We definitely have characters from these lines in mind but we won’t be revealing further MOTUC until early 2009 once we judge sales on the first few figures. So the answer is sooner than later. The first year of product however will focus on the original MOTU line. New Adventures and POP figures will show up more in year two once we are up and running.

    8. Instead of switching vendors, couldn't Mattel just produce rooted hair POP heads at a factory that makes Barbie heads? You could then package an additional rooted hair POP head with figures, or produce a set of additional variant heads to sell to fans.
    While this sounds like a great idea on paper, logistically it just doesn’t always work out. Many of the vendors who do rooted hair are in completely different countries. Because of tariffs and product development issues it just is not feasible at this point to develop MOTUC figures in multiple factories. It would just slow things down too much. For now, we hope fans will be excited that we will be including POP and other females in the line and many fan demanded characters.

    9. In official MOTU licensing styleguides for the classic POP line, no mention of Filmation exists and there is only a ™ for Mattel. The designs inside are closer to the appearance of the characters on the Filmation cartoon. Does this mean those designs in the classic styleguide are possible for POP figures in the MOTUC line?
    We can’t comment too much on figures and characters we have not announced yet. The particular look of characters will be based (overall) on the look of the 1980s toy – updated. As for the POP styleguide, this is something we have reviewed internally, but the idea for all MOTUC figures is for the new toys to be modeled after their 1980s toy counterparts and not a unique look from the style guide. Although the style guide might on the surface appear to open the door to additional characters who were not made as toys in the 1980s, there are just too many legal restrictions at this moment to rock the boat like this. Much like our answer last time about being hesitant to do 1987 movie deco’d figures, for the POP line we will be sticking to just figures that were made in the 1980s. (or had prototypes made like the Tall Sisters).

    10. Will Mattel ever team up with LEGO to have a LEGO-inspired MOTUC line?
    An interesting idea, but as Lego is a separate toy company so we can not comment on this publically.

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    So much PoP commentary. I love it!

    - Glad commemoratives are at least being discussed

    - Happy about possibly getting 2 females in year one! Excellent! (Guess that pretty much means Teela and Evil-Lyn, or maybe the Sorceress switched out for one of those)

    - Disappointed about having to wait for PoP until year 2. (We all better make sure this line lasts! hehe)

    Quote Originally Posted by JVS3 View Post
    for the POP line we will be sticking to just figures that were made in the 1980s. (or had prototypes made like the Tall Sisters).[/B]
    lol @ the Tall Sisters.

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    Oooh we didn't ask them about a distributor based in Germany?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eamon View Post
    Oooh we didn't ask them about a distributor based in Germany?
    I think they're waiting to see what the international demand is like on the first couple figures, before moving forward with anything. Though IMO, Germany's MOTU love should not be tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallstar View Post
    IThough IMO, Germany's MOTU love should not be tested.
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    No POP and NA until year two? That won't go over too well with the She-Ra fans...

    I guess we'll get all of the original 12 back characters out of the way first. 12 characters + SDCC exclusive (NYCC is actually March's figure) + He-Man and Beastman from Dec 2008 = 15 MOTUC characters by the end of 2009.

    Hmmmm...they ALL will have swappable heads??? That's one of the best things I've heard yet. So the 4H can go back and re-do heads at will? We can get an unmasked Duncan head, Blonde Teela, Terminator Faker (with half his face ripped off)...Keldor!!!! Dayummmmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JVS3 View Post
    Toyguru has once again provided answers to your questions.
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    3. Will Mattel be using all new sculpts for female figures in the line, or recycling female parts from the DCUC line? A number of fans feel the women should have proportions that are similar in tone to the classic line with a bit more "shape", whereas the DCUC females tend to be very thin in appearance.
    The basic female will indeed have a new sculpt. While we may occasionally use parts from DCUC, almost all of the parts for MOTUC will be new. We will get to at least one if not two females in year 1.
    Good news. I'm happy hear about women in the new line in year 1. I was starting to get worried with the lack of info.

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    We will get to at least one if not two females in year 1.

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    Cool! The answers seem to be more candid and specific all the time!

    1. For many Q&A answers, Mattel will say "if there is enough fan interest" that something asked about could happen. Unfortunately, that never tells fans the specifics on what needs to happen in order to create that level of interest. So, what exactly quantifies "enough fan interest?"
    Unfortunately this isn’t a question we can provide a direct answer to. Toy production runs and fincial information is proprietary information we don’t give out. We know that a lot of fans are hoping to have a measurable scale to be able to tell how successful a line is. All we can say is that we will let fans know how sales are doing as soon as the first figures go on sale.
    Hmm, I'm not sure if TG understood this question. (Or maybe I don't? )

    I don't think it was asking about sales numbers or production runs.

    What I took this question to mean is more about, how does Mattel gauge fan interest on something in particular?

    Do they have some consultants from the fan base that they get input from?
    Being fans themselves, do they talk to the 4H?
    Does Mattel have people reading every post of every forum that ever mentions MOTUC?
    Do they consult the Oracle like KG did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lay Ze-Man View Post

    What I took this question to mean is more about, how does Mattel gauge fan interest on something in particular?
    I think what he means is that SALES are ultimately what determine interest. We can all post here until we crash the server about how excited we are about something, but until they actually see how well something sells they're unable to really gauge the interest.
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    Right, but what about unannounced figures?

    What about ideas for what to include with a particular figure we haven't seen yet?

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    Bummer about Faker being the "March" release.

    I'd (incorrectly) thought the convention exclusives would be "bonus" figures on top of the 12 figures to be released each year (bringing the total to 14 figures).

    Also, mildly concerned about Mattel's unwillingness to discuss the specifics of the line for at least the first 12 months. I'd thought the first 12 months were pretty much guaranteed (unless sales were absolutely dismal). Still, they're obviously thinking ahead (since they mention POP in the second year), so no need to man the lifeboats just yet.

    Excellent news about one or two chicks in the first 12 months and that they will feature new sculpts. I'm hoping for Teela and Evil-Lynn, but am bracing myself for the fact that Mattel may try to "surprise" us with some different character choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haephestus View Post
    Bummer about Faker being the "March" release.

    I'd (incorrectly) thought the convention exclusives would be "bonus" figures on top of the 12 figures to be released each year (bringing the total to 14 figures).

    I had thought the same thing as well and I'm rather disappointed to find out otherwise. If the pattern holds, then I guess the SDCC Figure will also be the August/September Figure as well.

    Oh well, I'll take whatever I can get as quickly as I can get it. Hurry up and get here December and 2009!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haephestus View Post
    Bummer about Faker being the "March" release.

    I'd (incorrectly) thought the convention exclusives would be "bonus" figures on top of the 12 figures to be released each year (bringing the total to 14 figures).
    I was thinking that too. Are they changing everything on us now? First the "possible" different head on Faker when they said every figure would share the same parts as in the original. And now they use a comic-con figure as a monthly figure.

    Either something's up, or I'm jumping to conclusions.

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    Although the style guide might on the surface appear to open the door to additional characters who were not made as toys in the 1980s, there are just too many legal restrictions at this moment to rock the boat like this. Much like our answer last time about being hesitant to do 1987 movie deco’d figures, for the POP line we will be sticking to just figures that were made in the 1980s. (or had prototypes made like the Tall Sisters).

    and

    New Adventures and POP figures will show up more in year two once we are up and running.

    So basically..."Hey look everyone! A line for the fans, ALL the fans! EVERYONE will be happy with characters from ALL the He-Man shows, including She-Ra! Who we'll only get to LATER ON, once the line has proven that nothing will kill it! Meaning, if you don't like He-Man as much, too bad! Buy the toys, and you *MIGHT* get to see She-Ra characters! And...what's that? You think the Mattel figures weren't so great the first time around? Well, Too bad! You'll be getting them again anyways! And you'll like it! Cause if you don't, we'll bury She-Ra under a building and you'll never see her again, ever, in any form! "



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    I am gutted that we will not see She-Ra untill 2010 if at all. She is my most wanted character. But at least Mattel have been straight up about it. We don't have to build ourselves up every few months hoping that she is coming. I did hope that Adora might be considerd as a con exclusive but after that last statement by Mattel I am not going to hold my breath. I do wish Mattel would do something for the NA & POP fans a bit sooner, but it seems they have their plans firmly set and heels deeply embeded in the ground as far as NA & POP are concerned.
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    Yeah, I know it can be viewed as threatening for PoP fans (buy, or else!), but it's true, really the fastest way to get to those characters (of which the principal ones I think ALL MotU fans want to get to!) is for everyone to buy as many MOTUC figures as we can afford.

    Better sales = more tooling dollars = more figures more consistently, and more rapidly.

    And before you say that it's just rehashing the same old characters again and again, well remember that it's already been revealed that we're getting a totally NEW character in 2009.

    It won't be PoP or NA apparently, but it could be something really cool like He-Ro or Queen Marlena.
    So yeah, while the first year will be predominantly the core MotU cast (and is that really surprising?) I hope that sales are strong enough to maybe give us the extra bump of an extra figure per month every now and again.

    Because the sooner we "finish off" from He-Man and Tri-Klops to Man-At-Arms and Trap-Jaw, the sooner we can get to the cool secondary and unreleased characters, hopefully hitting your favorite character (or mine!) ASAP.

    But with its own look, MOTUC doesn't really fit in with any existing MotU line, and IMO it just wouldn't be a MotU toy line without certain core characters. But that's only going to be 12-14 characters anyway, whereas IMO you're not getting to the true core MotU cast without getting into the 25-30 range.

    So if they're already dipping into PoP or NA by figure 15 or so, that in and of itself is somewhat "risky" by how few figures are being released in this line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyBoy View Post
    Although the style guide might on the surface appear to open the door to additional characters who were not made as toys in the 1980s, there are just too many legal restrictions at this moment to rock the boat like this. Much like our answer last time about being hesitant to do 1987 movie deco’d figures, for the POP line we will be sticking to just figures that were made in the 1980s. (or had prototypes made like the Tall Sisters).

    and

    New Adventures and POP figures will show up more in year two once we are up and running.

    So basically..."Hey look everyone! A line for the fans, ALL the fans! EVERYONE will be happy with characters from ALL the He-Man shows, including She-Ra! Who we'll only get to LATER ON, once the line has proven that nothing will kill it! Meaning, if you don't like He-Man as much, too bad! Buy the toys, and you *MIGHT* get to see She-Ra characters! And...what's that? You think the Mattel figures weren't so great the first time around? Well, Too bad! You'll be getting them again anyways! And you'll like it! Cause if you don't, we'll bury She-Ra under a building and you'll never see her again, ever, in any form! "

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    I hear you. They advertise the crap out of all the other eras being included only to have straight vintage characters dominate the first year's roster. I thought it would be mostly vintage, but not totally vintage. While I can understand why they did this, it flies in the face of what they were advertising. If you are only a straight fan of NA or a POP fan, you might as well sleep on MOTUC and come back in 2010. Mattel might as well do all vintage MOTU era characters period and see if anyone wants POP, NA or 200X characters afterward.

    I guess they assume the target MOTUC audience will buy every character to come out. 200X, NA, POP fans will have to buy vintage MOTUC figures until 200X, NA, POP come out...IF MOTUC makes it that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyBoy View Post
    Although the style guide might on the surface appear to open the door to additional characters who were not made as toys in the 1980s, there are just too many legal restrictions at this moment to rock the boat like this. Much like our answer last time about being hesitant to do 1987 movie deco’d figures, for the POP line we will be sticking to just figures that were made in the 1980s. (or had prototypes made like the Tall Sisters).

    and

    New Adventures and POP figures will show up more in year two once we are up and running.

    So basically..."Hey look everyone! A line for the fans, ALL the fans! EVERYONE will be happy with characters from ALL the He-Man shows, including She-Ra! Who we'll only get to LATER ON, once the line has proven that nothing will kill it! Meaning, if you don't like He-Man as much, too bad! Buy the toys, and you *MIGHT* get to see She-Ra characters! And...what's that? You think the Mattel figures weren't so great the first time around? Well, Too bad! You'll be getting them again anyways! And you'll like it! Cause if you don't, we'll bury She-Ra under a building and you'll never see her again, ever, in any form! "



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    Dang, dude. I was glad to see that SIGH at the end cuz you need to take a breath. It's just not Mattel's fault that MOTU is more popular than POP or NA. They have to do what will keep the line going the longest so they CAN get to figures that won't sell quite as much as others.

    And I don't know if you're a fan of The Horde, but remember, they're MOTU so maybe we'll see some of them in the first year. But I do hear ya and am happy that MOTU is my favorite incarnation of this property, and I do feel that She-Ra could do very well for this line in the first year, especially if they did a He-Man & She-Ra two pack.
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    So wait.........

    The line is FOR the fans, yet the Fan's cant pick wich figures we want? Id rather get He-Ro before Faker, will that happen.... maybe in 2011? Nice. The 1 figure a month thing is still kinda stupid, and keeping me away from buying these. I lose intrest fast, Id rather spend the coin and get 2 a month to build em up.

    Their bassically saying "buy alot, or we're canning this...." Well we bought the hell outta the 200x line and we got canned, so why would I drop lets see a few hundred bucks for uncertanty again?

    ugh I dunno. These answers are just the same junk we got for the 200X questions (im not blaming toy guru, hes cool, its just the legal stuff), just this all seems too cramped. I want to believe Mattel will do us right, I wanna!
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    Not that the statement that they want to see first how the announced figures will sell changes my purchasing habits regarding this line ( I will buy one of each - two in case of a figure with a strong second head sculpt available), but now I am worried

    If these figures do not sell well, Mattel may yet again pull the plug on MOTU.

    The crazy thing for me is that they are not testing the waters with mixed product, let's say, first two figures classic MOTU, next one POP, right after NA and then Powers of Greyskull and finally MOTU200X.
    They might ax the line if classic MOTU struggles, without testing how all the others might have done.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanmandagoran View Post
    The crazy thing for me is that they are not testing the waters with mixed product, let's say, first two figures classic MOTU, next one POP, right after NA and then Powers of Greyskull and finally MOTU200X.
    They might ax the line if classic MOTU struggles, without testing how all the others might have done.....
    I think it makes all the sens ein the world to focus on Classic MOTU initially.

    The only data I have to go on is DVD sales, and they tell me that Classic MOTU is the most popular product. More people are spending more money on 80s He-Man than 2002, She-Ra or NA.

    So if they are looking for the biggest possible first numbers to prove the line a success, it looks like Classic is absolutely the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallstar View Post

    lol @ the Tall Sisters.
    I think its clear that you and the star sisters are one in the same. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patreek View Post
    I think its clear that you and the star sisters are one in the same. lol
    I'm hoping that was an accidental reveal of who we're getting in year 2... LOL

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