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Comicosity has an exclusive preview and details on issue #17 of the current MOTU comic at DC Comics! Check out the images below and click here for more details on their site.

And see what other fans have to say on the Org forums.

MattyCollector has let us know that fans that were due to receive Imp chest(s) and/or Monster High jacket(s) at SDCC should be receiving them soon. They are scheduled to ship asap!
Answers to WTFWTK 2.131 September 16, 2014 12:37 pm by JVS3

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 131 questions!

 This round of questions were selected by Loo-Kee.
Thanks to that fan for their help!

1. Loo-Kee: Now that we know the 2015 sub has gone through and we can guess many of the characters we will get, will we be seeing Starburst She-Ra, Scratch'N'Sound Catra or Clawdeen in the 2015 sub? I'm hoping for a concrete answer, even if it's "no". Thank you.

2015 will include the following items:
1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


2. King Tamusk: In previous "Ask Matty" posts and in the recent Roast Gooble Dinner podcast, Toyguru stated that characters from the new mini-comics, Son of He-Man, and the DC Comics would not appear in 2015 or the remainder of 2014, and that they are for 2016 and beyond. But there is still some concern since like the Unnamed One (attributed to the Son of He-Man story line) and Galactic Protector She-Ra (a new mini-comic variant) WERE included in 2014. Are characters like Dare, Skeleteen, Despara, Robowoman, Hans Hammer Holder, etc., definitely NOT in the 2015 line-up? Thank you.

2015 will include the following items:
1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


3. Lari: With the line ending in 2015 and with the upcoming Dark Horse art book in mind, would Mattel consider to produce an art book specifically for MOTU Classics? This could feature hi-res photos of all the figures and accessories as well as the corresponding bios in chronological order, as well as Scott's existing behind-the-scenes blog entries and reprints of the mini-comics that came with MOTUC figures.

Right now MOTUC will be PART of this book. There are no plans at this time for a dedicated book just for MOTUC.

4. He-Dad: Will a 2015 MOTUC subscriber walk away with a complete vintage MOTU and POP collection or will they have to hunt down chase figures, non-subscription figures and exclusives to complete those collections?

Chase, con and sub items are most definitely part of the full wrap up. We needed to make every SKU count! For example, Loo-kee was a character we really wanted to do and he wound up being released as a 2014 chase fig outside of the sub, but still released with an available slot.
Reviewing 2014 should give you a very good idea of what to expect in 2015 as they are two sides of the same coin.


5. bcrduke: It has become evident that Crita is unlikely for 2015, despite being as A-list as you can get in NA. She has been fan-demanded for years. Scott acknowledged that after Hydron & Flogg, that Crita and Mara were the next most important NA characters to make. Seeing as there is demand, is there any way to include her in 2015?

2015 will include the following items:
1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


Check out what fans have to say about the answers to the WTFWTK 2.131, as well as find links to all the previous WTFWTK sessions!

Twins Of Power 2014 UK MOTU show October 11th & 12th September 16, 2014 11:37 am by 13977

Twins Of Power is the UK show for He-Man, Masters of the Universe and She-Ra. Forming part of Roll Out Roll Call, a sister show that celebrates Transformers, G.I. Joe & Action Force, Twins of Power and Roll Out Roll Call will be a weekender event at Southampton's largest hotel, The Jurys Inn, on October 11th & 12th in Southampton.

Some awesome special guests lined up, as well as exclusives including MOTUC Goat Man.

Click here to check out the Twins of Power website.
And see what other fans have to say on the Org forums!

For those of you who don't have subscriptions,
or who are just wanting to order extra,
don't forget that Rio Blast, Entrapta, and the giant He-Man on sale today at Matty Collector,
Monday, September 15th.

Get yours today and also please spread the word to new fans who would appreciate MOTUC.

Click here to visit the MOTUC section of Matty Collector.

Fall of Grayskull Teaser Trailer Released September 10, 2014 8:35 pm by masque

A teaser trailer for Daniel Benedict's MOTU fan film "Fall of Grayskull" has been released!

See what fans have to say!

The Official He-Man YouTube Channel RETURNS! :) September 10, 2014 4:02 pm by Busta Toons

As revealed moments ago on James Eatock's Facebook page, The Official He-Man YouTube channel RETURNS on October 1st 2014 with brand new content!

If you have yet to do so, subscribe to the channel, and check out the videos have already been uploaded!

2014 Club MOTU Giants Subscriptions Begin Today! September 10, 2014 2:12 pm by JVS3

Subscriptions start today for the four 12" scale oversized vintage figures. Subscriptions will be sold Wednesday, Sept. 10 through Thursday, Sept. 25 only at Mattycollector.com. Figures included in the new Club MOTU™ Giants subscription (He-Man, Beast Man, Skeletor and Stratos) will be shipped monthly between September and December, with the option to have all four figures shipped in December.

Individual figures can be purchased for $75 each, featuring "rubber band" legs, vintage-style accessories and blister card packaging with watercolor cross-sell art from 1982.

See more information on MattyCollector.
And see what other fans have to say on the Org forums!

Pop Culture Shock Man-At-Arms statue pre-order set for Sept. 29 September 9, 2014 5:10 am by AdultCollector

According to a new update from its newsletter, Pop Culture Shock plans to offer its upcoming 1/4 scale Man-At-Arms statue as a pre-order on Sept. 29 from its website, popcultureshocktoys.com. Additional images are expected to be released before the sale goes live. See what other fans have to say on the Org forums.

Council of the First Ones - Episode 84 September 6, 2014 11:05 am by EuroCoin

Council of the First Ones is a podcast done by people from The Great Rebellion - Collector's Club.

In Episode 84 topic is: 
* MOTUC bios revealed at SDCC 2014

Council members present in this episode are Kelly Edmonds, Rene Chavez, N. Ahmed Crespo and Joni Koivisto.

Direct download: Episode 84 [mp3]

Duration: 1 hour 3 min

See what the fans have to say

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Some fans have asked what toys can be used for the photo contest. Well, wonder no longer!

For the contest, Mattel would like entrants to focus on photographing toys from the current Masters of the Universe Classic toy line. But to complete your photo entry, you are allowed to photograph toys from these additional official Mattel lines:
Masters of the Universe (vintage 80s)
New Adventures of He-Man (late 80s / early 90s)
Princess of Power (vintage 80s)
Masters of the Universe (2002)

Also, entrants can digitally edit their photo as much as they want. As long as it's photography based and looks good, Mattel encourages people taking whatever liberties they want. It's all about that end product being amazing. For example, they know some fans are worried because they don't have a Castle Grayskull. Well, that's what Photoshop is for! But please make sure you have permission to use any photographs that are not your own.

Please click here to check out the original article for more details on the contest. It's going to be exciting to see the photos you create!

Fixes for NA Skeletor's reversed shoulders and bulky armor found September 6, 2014 1:01 am by AdultCollector

Forum member He-Bro has shared some steps you can take to correct your Intergalactic Skeletor figure's reversed shoulders and bulky torso armor. Click here for his instructions and to see what other fans have to say on the Org forums.

As part of the excitement around the launch of the upcoming DC Comics series "He-Man: The Eternity War", issue #1 available Dec. 17th of this year, Mattel is sponsoring the first ever "He-Man: The Photography War - Comic Cover Contest"!

Any fan with a cam can compete by submitting original He-Man toy photography to win the right to have their art on the cover of the He-Man: The Eternity War issue #1 subscriber variant and win a year's subscription to the Masters of the Universe Classics collector toy line. 3 runners-up will also win a subscription to the comic series and a selection of Masters of the Universe Classics toys. Mattel is putting out the call, looking for an epic piece of Masters of the Universe toy photography that can do justice to the concept of He-Man: The Eternity War - a Ragnarok-ish, Crisis on Infinite Earths-esque war to end all wars on Eternia. The photography should be inspired by the storyline of He-Man: The Eternity War, in which He-Man will lead the forces of good-She-Ra, Man-at-Arms, Battle Cat, Swiftwind, Teela, and Orko, with an army of Snakemen backing them up (yes, you read that last part right). They will be up against Hordak, Skeletor, King Hssss, Beastman, Trapjaw, and Evil-lyn. It's an all-out battle royale for control of Castle Grayskull and the fate of the universe!

Joe Ferencz, Franchise Manager for Masters of the Universe adds, "Hailing all Instagram heroes, battle choreographers, and scene-makers, this is your call to action (figures)! We're inspired by your work and want to give you a chance to showcase it to the world. Mattel, DC Comics, and the fan community are waiting to see a new standard in He-Man photographic drama and excitement." Entrants are encouraged to be as creative as possible and use any techniques and software that can help create the most hard-hitting photograph ever to feature Masters of the Universe Classics action figures.

The contest begins today 9/3 and entries are due by Monday 9/22. All submissions that are within contest guidelines will be featured on the official He-Man Facebook and Instagram pages. Mattel encourages entrants and fans to rally around the hashtag #MOTUCoverContest on social media.

Click here for more details!
And see what fans have to say on the Org forums.

MOTU-themed costumes, clothing and more at the Xbox Avatar Store! September 4, 2014 1:45 am by AdultCollector

Thanks to forum member Count Marzo for pointing out the MOTU themed costumes and other clothing accessories available now for you to purchase and decorate your Xbox avatars with on the online Microsoft Avatar Store! Items available include a Skeletor, He-Man, Orko or Battle Cat costume, and a selection of t-shirts and hoodies featuring MOTU artwork to display on your Xbox avatar. You can even purchase animations that allow your avatars to interact with Orko and Battle Cat!

Check out a few of the avatar accessories imgaes below! There are more to pick from on the Xbox Avatar Store.

Click here to explore the Xbox Avatar Store, and see what other fans have to say on the Org forums!

2014 Club MOTU Giants Subscriptions Available Sep 10th thru Sep 25th September 3, 2014 3:13 am by AdultCollector

Mattel recently announced its plans to offer its new line of four 12" scale oversized vintage figures as a subscription to be sold Wednesday, Sept. 10 through Thursday, Sept. 25 only at Mattycollector.com. Figures included in the new Club MOTU™ Giants subscription (He-Man, Beast Man, Skeletor and Stratos) will be shipped monthly between September and December, with the option to have all four figures shipped in December.

Individual figures can be purchased for $75 each, featuring "rubber band" legs, vintage-style accessories and blister card packaging with watercolor cross-sell art from 1982.

Check out the official announcement here.
And see what other fans have to say on the Org forums!

Joe Amato's Trivia: Paint With Water Picture September 1, 2014 7:37 pm by Joe Amato

Some of the art you rarely see posted comes from the "Paint With Water" books and boxsets from the 80's. And in this particular picture, we see Teela helping her father Man-At-Arms work on the Wind Raider. You don't see pictures of them working together like this too often, so it is a refreshing piece to look at. Check out the image below.

Click here to check out my other He-Man and She-Ra trivia articles. 

There is a new TV show going into production on a major American channel about American collectors. They are not revealing too many details at this time, but they were involved in the production of a similar program in the United Kingdom called Collectaholics for BBC Two which has been very popular.

They are focused on collectors in the Los Angeles, Chicago and New York city areas. They are looking for a variety of collectors to film with, including those that have large collections of He-Man and/or She-Ra collectibles, including toys, comics, statues and anything else made over the history of the He-Man and She-Ra brands. The bigger, more interesting and more diverse your collection, the better!

They would like to hear your story and see your collection. They have two well respected presenters from the antiques and collectable world who can help collectors value their collection or give advice on how to care for it.

Please click here to contact us at He-Man.Org if you would be interested in being on the show and telling them more about your collection. We will pass your contact information along to the producers!

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