1 - Hi Scott;
first, thanks for the amazing Castle Grayskull opportunity which brings me
to the following question:
Can we expect Mattel to only focus on oversized items (Beasts) and more complexe bucks (Blast Attack, Multi-bot etc).
just an idea as i remember you talking about a much higher budget provided for the yearly event.
Cheers! By Glen
TG : Our goal is to get out as many important characters as possible regardless of the tooling or complexity. We can often "bank" more highly tooled figures like Ram Man with other less tooling intensive figures like Clamp Champ in an overall annual program.
2 - How do you see the line in the near future? By Pascal
TG : As long as fans are supporting the line and buying product we hope to keep it going. One day it will likely get to the point that it costs more to make these figures than fans are willing to pay.
3 - Will we ever get the chance to have Stridor & Nightmare as quarterly beast in the collection? By Jerry
TG :We hope so. No plans right now but they would be cool.
4 - Could we have a clue of the next 50$ character. By Jordan
TG : We'll be revealing this likely at NYTF.
5 - It seems that Prahvus is larger than a standard MOTU character.
Could you please specify if you plan to make him with a regular base body or not? And here are my personal suggestions for a MOTUC Prahvus: For me standard body is ok; His tattoos should be like Zodak but glowing in the dark; He must come with his Gauntlet and his shoulder pad; He should have a nice weapon invented by the 4 Horsemen; He should be a relative to "Goat Man"; A connection with the Great Black Wizard within the bio would be neat (Big Fan of the Great Wizard also); He could be released with Odiphus in a 2-pack. By Vivien
TG : He would not be larger. Remember, in MOTUC we are using the vintage MOTU size scale. Take Beastman for example. The stylistic elements of 200X made him a little larger, but bringing him back to Classics we went with his original vintage scale. So if we did get to Pravhus he would be in the standard 6" scale. The "larger scale" of some figures like Clawful, Beastman, Whiplash, etc were stylistic elements of the 200X series and are not elements included in Classics.