This year please.
Lodor would be quite welcome in my highly selective collection.
Matty, Great Black Wizard figure please!
I love Lodar too, and i hope its sooner rather than later.
I think Lodar has the potential to build up quite a cult following. I am already seeing it for a few of the "lesser desired" characters such as Rio Blast and Snout Spout so I wouldn't be suprised if Lodar starting showing up on a few more must have lists
Yes please, would make a great sub exclusive figure.
MOTUC NA Most Wanted: Kayo, Vizar, Hoove, Lizorr
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Trade my Red Stone He-Ro Staff for a Green one
Lodar would be avsolutely cool...
A mini comic heavywheight! Like Geldor
This looks like a easy custom or figure for Mattel to do. He would need a new head and mace. The body is a very basic buck and the shoulder armor looks like TJs and the spikes on his arm look like Beast Mans. This should be a very easy custom for someone to do and a very cheap figure for Mattel. I bet we get him sooner than later.
Did I mention that I pray nightly for Lodar?
The thing about Lodar, is that he is one of the most violent & dark looking MOTU villains. He has a merciless character & has the honour of being shown about to bash He-Man's head in - surely one of the most bloodthirsty images from the mini-comics.
But let's not even think about his real-name or bio.....
would like some improvements done to him.
Geldor, Lodar, and Procrustus - bring 'em on!
My seller/trader/buyer feedback:
MOTUC Most Wanted: 1) Stridor 2) Road Ripper 3) Dragon Walker 4) Land Shark
I can imagine, that the 4HM will make him awesome!
How can that boring, uppity jerk Melaktha have as many thread-pages as the awesome Lodar?
What is WRONG with MOTU fans!!!???
Put me down for a Lodar as well.
"A knight is sworn to valor. His heart knows only virtue. His blade defends the helpless. His word speaks only truth. His wrath undoes the wicked."
["House of Shokoti" parts 1 & 2, "The Cat and the Spider" (the Kittrina episode), "A Bird in the Hand", "Battlecat" and "The Ancient Mirror of Avathar"]
[Also, there's one fairly important other point of difference: "A Tale of Two Cities", as the title implied, involved two cities - Operon and Targa - in a state of Cold War, while "Slave City" simplified that to a wandering group of bandits mounting a coup d'etat on a single city.]
Slave City was one of the very best mini-comics, and Lodar was one of the best villians. Nobody ever stood up to He-man physically in a one-on-one like Lodar did. What a battle!
Lodar would be a most welcome addition to the line. What I like is that he is his own man and not tied to any faction, and he has a really dark look about him.
I'm with Eternian Poet here; I'm joining the Lodar cult.
Yep, have to have him, he's in my top 10.