***Sorry for the delay in posting these! This weekend with the fan get-together slowed me down.***

Mattel has once again provided answers to your questions.
Thanks again to them for taking the time to answer these!
Check out their answers to your Round 46 questions!

This round of questions were selected by Heidi,
and proofed against old Q&As by Uncle Montork.
Thanks to them for their help!

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1. bamf1980:
Do you consider the character of Josh from the PoP mini-comic "Across the Crystal Light Barrier" to be a good candidate for a future figure, or is he too obscure? I feel that, as an extra heroic male on Etheria, he could be a great addition to the rebellion and, if made using the existing artwork as a basis, doesn't appear to need much additional tooling. He seems like the perfect candidate for a Club Eternia exclusive.


He is just as much a good candidate as any other mini-comic character. No plans right now, but you never know down the line!

2. Patreek:
A long time ago Mattel had a line called Wonder Woman and the Star Riders that made it through the proto type process but never to retail. The Star Riders are extremely reminiscent of POP. Is there any possibility these unused characters could show up in the MOTUC line as an extension of POP?


No. While the designs are cool, there are no plans to include any DC-related characters in the MOTUC line.

3. DamnSmooth:
I understand Mattel cant give specific number on production, but can you give us a general idea? Have we doubled production, tripled production, so on and so worth?


All we can say is we are constantly adjusting production both up and down depending on the figure we are doing and fan demand.

4. Eric:
We've seen the word "refresh" used since the line's inception in regards to updating or changing already-released figures. Are there any plans set to finally refresh a character beyond the Toys-R-Us 2-packs, or are we only going to get duplicate re-releases?


If we “refreshed” a character (i.e worked on it) it would count as a “development SKU” and this would take a development slot away from another all-new character. If we see overwhelming demand for us to “refresh” an older character (e.g. Faker with a new head) we could look into that, but right now we would prefer to use all of our limited development SKUs and resources to making new characters!

5. zodak74:
Many feel that the weapon Tytus originally comes with is not that great of an accessory (even though it is the same weapon Tytus came with in the original '80s line). However, since fans have acquired Gygor it is now known that Gygor's battle axe fits perfectly in Tytus' hand and frankly looks ten times better than the "warrior scooper"... so might we get Gygor's battle axe in a future weapons pak done in colors to match Tytus' color scheme?


Definitely a cool suggestion but we don’t have definite plans right now. You never know what the future will bring!

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