Yes! it had to be done. Not full filmation but close enough for me.
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Ha! I was the exact opposite. I loved my battle armor guy and his club was one of my favorite all time he-man weapons. I was dissapointed with the old fatherly figure version in Filmation. Where is his club!?!?
Sure did, still have it. Mustache is a bit faded now, used a sharpie.
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Had mine before Filmation was a thing - never thought for a minute to add the 'stache. It was fine that he had it in the cartoons, but it didn't bother me that the toy didn't have one.
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Yeah, but unfortunately I used a blue pen.
for 15-odd years I didn't know Man-At-Arms didn't have a mustache as a toy because my one, which I'd bough second hand, came with face fuzz drawn on it! I was duped!
I did as well. I was six or seven years old but i regretted it, it looked stupid i think the pen i used was not made for drawing on plastic and it had no clear lines and in the end looked more like dirt than a mustache but it didnīt wash off …
It was a mess…
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As a kid growing up I knew Man-At-Arms had a mustache as well, and was fine with the figure not having one. But there where some times where i was tempted to color in a mustache, but just never did.
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My sister did that to our Man-At-Arms! It didn't look too good, I think it was just a black marker from school she used. This was also around the time she got into Conan, so one of our He-Mans had his hair painted black. Not the best customizing jobs.
To this day, I still prefer the clean shaven looking Man-At-Arms.
Heck yeah I did! It's still kinda there!
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Hadda. Used a pen. However, as I loved the mini-comics over the cartoon, I soon regretted it...
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I sure did. And I bought a second teela to use as the sorceress and my mom made a bird cape for her plus i put clay over her head and made the head dress. As most of you know the real Sorceress figure did not see fruition till a few years later. And when you are a kid going to grammar school that you hate. A year can seem like an eternity.
Strange women dressed in bird outfits guarding castles distributing swords and harnesses in no basis for a system of heroism.
I was VERY tempted to do it, but never did because I knew I'd screw it up.
What I DID do was make Orko out of Play-Dough and red cloth. That was my disfigured-looking Orko until the neat little Panosh Place eraser came out, then the groadie Play-Dohrko went in the trash. After the actual figure came out, the eraser went on another shelf though I still think that eraser is kind of a better Orko than the actual figure.
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I didn't draw a mustache. But, because he was green and I watched the Commando movie a couple weeks prior, I used a black marker and tried to give him some camouflage. I have NOT done this to my classics version.
I never had Man-At-Arms...
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