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Thread: Mega Construx Masters of the Universe Figures - with review by Pixel Dan

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    Heroic Warrior DC_WARLORD's Avatar
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    Awesome pics!

    I almost expect HE-MAN to start talking about the importance of riding safely, and always wearing a helmet.
    Odd Man Out

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    Damn, I really want these! Come on man UK, pull your finger out and get these in the shops!

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    The nice thing is the line already has lots of cool little guys for them to interact with.
    The death knight type characters were amazing. The Marvel figures weren't bad either.

    Click here to check out my other drawings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil.Pastel View Post
    The nice thing is the line already has lots of cool little guys for them to interact with.
    The death knight type characters were amazing. The Marvel figures weren't bad either.
    Nice pic. It's awesome how many characters are in this little universe, with many more on the way! I hope it branches out and goes on and on.
    Last edited by DC_WARLORD; September 14, 2017 at 04:21pm.
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    Construx Masters figures have been doing very will in my area. They are usually the first to sell out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC_WARLORD View Post
    Awesome pics!

    I almost expect HE-MAN to start talking about the importance of riding safely, and always wearing a helmet.
    Ahaha I do on one if these when I posted it on my instagram!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cryanmchsi View Post
    Construx Masters figures have been doing very will in my area. They are usually the first to sell out.
    I finally checked my local WALLYs, and no sign of HE-MAN and SKELLY, but they had everything else. It's early, but I really think the demand for more is there.
    Odd Man Out

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    The Mega Bloks World of warcraft figures and sets are nice stand ins until we receive more official MOTU product.
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    Got mine in the mail yesterday, opening them now. I have to say that these are pretty neat...glad I ordered them. They'll look great on my desk at work.


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    The good news is that I saw a Walmart that was sold out get restocked. So if you missed out on the first shipments, more should be on the way (plus ToysRUs and Target should eventually get them as well).
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    I finally got mine, and I cannot stop looking at them. We need more of these figures!

    This line is a good way to get kids interested in MOTU, because they are much more affordable than the 6"ers, and they are at retail.
    Odd Man Out

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