1- Sy-Klone (Which is being made yay!)
3- King Hsss (Again, being made.)
A lot of us love to get the toys we had as a kid released for MOTUC. What of those you never had as a kid? It could be that your parents couldn't afford them, you stopped collecting the line before they were released, or you simply changed your mind & are now a fan of them.
What 5 1980's MOTU Toys Do You Hope To See Released For MOTUC In The Future That You Never Had As A Kid?
1) The Sorceress
2) Rio Blast
3) Queen Angella
1. Ram Man
4. Modulok - I hope he's more inspired by the cartoon than the toy
5. Horde Trooper
5) Kobra Khan
4) Horde Trooper
5) Slush Head
Great idea for a thread!
I think there were actually only 8 that I didn't have, so I'll list them all...
I didn't have Kowl or Loo-Kee, either, but as they will surely be pack-ins, I don't count them.
Also didn't have any meteorbs, but I don't count them, period. Don't like 'em, and didn't even know they existed until about 3 years ago, far too long a period for my childhood heart to break over missing something.
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PoP Variants are part of the vintage line, too! Starburst She-Ra, Shower Power Catra, and Scratchin' Sound Catra for 2015!!!
Planet Claire has pink air
All the trees are red
No one ever dies there
No one has a headThe B-52's
Vintage MOTU: (PoP would require its own list)
FINALLY!! GLIMMER IS IN MY SHELF!! Now I need a Crita!! Crita is to Mara what Evil Lyn is to Teela. If we ARE getting Mara, then we NEED Crita.
A bit far fetched on a few of these. My MOTU TOYS would be....
1.) ETERNIA-Yeah, always wanted one.
2.) Dragon Blaster Skeletor-That's right I said it. Skeletor w/ a Dragon on his back.
3.) Thunder Punch He-Man-I remember opening him up in the car as a kid, but it didn't work. Took it back for a different MOTU figure that I can't remember.
4.) Land Shark-Loved the bright colors w/ this.
5.) Snake Mountain- Always wanted to try my Skeletor voice on the intercom.
Does Galactus fart?
Well, we already have Tytus. I was fortunate as a kid, I had almost every motu toy.
2) Comet Cat (one of two of the Meteorbs i didn't have).
3) Laser Light Skeletor (since this Skeletor and NA Skeletor are basically the same figure, plus it minus laser light effects, I'll take him as NA Skeletor.
4) Kowl (I have him now, but I wasn't allowed one as a kid)
5) Mermista (I have her now, but I always wanted her as a kid - she was so cool to me with the water spray action and the transforming legs).
A Want List of Sorts: Peekablue, Saurod, Veena, Calix, Evilseed, 200X Head Pack, Mara, Buzz-Saw Hordak, Dragstor, Perfuma, Dare, Prahvus, Ceratus, King Chuboolu, Flying Fists He-Man, Terror Claws Skeletor, Point Dread & The Talon Fighter... and all the other POP & NA characters.
Oh man...there were so many MOTU figures I wanted as a kid, but never got. Still, as it goes, I would say the top five are:
2) Snout Spout (My favorite color was orange)
Hmm that I never had...tough!
2. Blast Attack
3. Horde Trooper
5. Snout Spout
I never had any of them....
2012 Create a character Runners up Mini-Sub please!!! I needs Bubblor and Major Header.
There wasn't too many vintage MOTU figures I was missing as a kid, but here is my Top 5 of who I didn't own.
Dragon Blaster Skeletor
If they weren't already released, then King Randor & Roboto would have replaced Twistoid & DB Skeletor.
I had them all as a kid. I was spoiled with MOTU. That's probably why I live on the .org.
I only had a small handful of POP as a kid. Catra, She-Ra, Bow, and Entrapta I believe. So anyone besides them, especially Frosta, Glimmer, and Castaspella.
good one! hm..
3. Ram Man
Modulok and Multibot.
I really want them to have the assembly features, but with each set having the proper parts to create a normal proportioned humanoid or two.
I'm dreaming, of course, but I would have to say...
I was fortunate enough as a kid to start collecting MOTU at the very beginning & to collect everything but Tytus, Megator, Laser Power He-Man & Laser Light Skeletor. When I found out about those figures on this site (Thanks, He-Man.Org!!) in 2000 or so, I collected them as well via eBay.
Long Live MOTU!!!!
Now & Forever!!!!