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The Toys That Made Us trailer is live December 15, 2017 2:33 am by JVS3

The trailer for The Toys That Made Us on Netflix has just gone live! Series debuts this December 22nd.
Click here to check out the trailer.
And click here to join the discussion.

The 2018 MOTUC character poll ROUND 6 ends tonight December 14, 2017 8:03 pm by JVS3

ROUND 6 of the 2018 MOTUC character poll ends tonight!

The results of this poll will be reviewed and considered by Super7 and the Four Horsemen. It covers nearly all possible, official candidates for 6" figures, over-sized items (beast, vehicles, etc), and accessories.

This poll is open to EVERYONE. You do not need to be logged in or signed up to He-Man.Org to vote. So please spread the world about this poll to every He-Man and She-Ra fan you know who is interested in buying the Classics toy line.

You can also win a free prize from Super7 in each Round just by voting and providing your e-mail address! More info is on the poll.

CLICK HERE TO VOTE TODAY!
click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums,
and a special thanks to Adam Tyner, David "AdultCollector" Clark, and Danielle "Penny Dreadful" Gelehrter for their help in making this poll happen!

Mega Construx Heroes - Series 2 showing up in stores December 14, 2017 7:22 pm by JVS3

Series 2 of the Mega Construx Heroes, including Beast Man and Teela, are now showing up in stores!
Click here to discuss.
Thanks to bskcase for the photo!

Electrified Porcupine review: MOTUC King Grayskull December 14, 2017 6:07 pm by JVS3

We flash back to an earlier release with this photo review by Beeternia and Electrified Porcupine. Click here to check out his review of MOTUC King Grayskull.
And click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums!

The Fwoosh reviews the Power-Con 2017 MOTUC Terroar, Plasmar, Lord Gr'Asp 3-Pack! Click here to check out their review.

Owen Morton has posted a review of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Episode 031 – A Tale of Two Cities.
Click here to check it out!
And click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums.
All reviews do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of He-Man.Org.

Follow the She-Ra Netflix cartoon fan page on Facebook December 13, 2017 2:09 pm by JVS3

Follow the She-Ra cartoon fan page on Facebook, and get updates specifically about the upcoming She-Ra animated series! Click here to visit the fan page and give it a Like.

She-Ra is officially coming to Netflix in 2018 December 12, 2017 10:53 pm by JVS3

From news posted on Variety, She-Ra is officially returning and will debut on Netflix!
Details below,
and click here to discussion on the He-Man.Org forums:

"From Eisner Award-winning author and executive producer Noelle Stevenson (Lumberjanes, Nimona) comes a modern take on the '80s girl power icon for a new generation of young fans. The trailblazing property originally debuted in 1985 to satisfy overwhelming demand for a female lead fantasy series. With Stevenson's unique voice at the helm, fans are in store for an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, lead by a warrior princess tailor made for today. The series will be available to Netflix members worldwide in 2018."

Last minute gift ideas with He-Man.Org eBay auctions December 12, 2017 3:25 am by JVS3

Looking for a last minute gift? We've got a few fun items up for auctions, including fantastic customs and some one-of-a-kind Four Horsemen collectibles!
Click here to bid today!
Auctions end this Friday, December 15th, allowing time for domestic shipping before the holidays.

Battle Ram: A He-Man blog: a look at art of Grizzlor December 11, 2017 11:30 pm by JVS3

He-Man.Org user Lich Leech walks through the designs and changes of artwork on the brand! This time he takes a look at the art of Grizzlor.

click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums.

St. Nicholas' Day MOTU by SiMo Sol's Atelier December 8, 2017 4:35 pm by JVS3

Check out this new holiday MOTU piece by SiMo Sol's Atelier!
Here's what he had to say about it:
"Every year Stefan Harbauer makes a new MOTU themed Advent calendar for a bunch of friends. He asked me if he may use one of my artworks for it this year and I offered him to manipulate my "Prophecy of the Legend" painting via Photoshop. That's all, I made a snowy Christmas motif of it with many Easter eggs and little extras like the Grinch or the Ghost of Christmas taken from Disney's Christmas Carrol."

Owen Morton has posted a review of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Episode 030 - The Taking of Grayskull.
Click here to check it out!
And click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums.
All reviews do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of He-Man.Org.

The Toys That Made Us debuts December 22nd on Netflix December 7, 2017 12:25 am by JVS3

The Toys That Made Us are excited to announce that they have an official premiere date. The first four episodes of the show will drop on Netflix December 22, 2017.
They can't wait for you to see their show about the history of important toy lines, starting with Star Wars, He-Man, Barbie and G.I. Joe.

Click here to visit their Facebook page,
and click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums!

Electrified Porcupine review: MOTUC Grizzlor December 6, 2017 8:23 pm by JVS3

We flash back to an earlier release with this photo review by Beeternia and Electrified Porcupine. Click here to check out his review of MOTUC Grizzlor.
And click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums!

Super's Brian Flynn gives you a first-hand look at the production at the factory of the MOTUC action figures!
Info below,
click here to pre-order the 2018 Wave 1 of Collector's Choice and Club Grayskull,
and click here to read the article as it appears on the Super7 website:

"Hello Everyone! This is Brian Flynn, the owner of Super7, and I wanted to give you a new update on your pre-orders for the Masters of the Universe Collector's Choice and Club Grayskull - Wave 1 figures. Our last update detailed the ton of tooling and paint revisions that were required before the figures went to production.

At the moment I am in China at our factory overseeing the final production of these figures as they are being completed for shipment and delivery.



Holding up the molded parts after they've been pulled from the machine that does the plastic injection. The pieces used for the figures will be removed from the runner (the piece attaching all the parts together that looks like a mini tunnel system). From here, these will be clipped and sorted, then sent to the paint production phase. The plastic is still pretty hot after the injection process, if you look close enough you can see water drops. The plastic is thrown into bins containing water after it is taken out of the machine to allow it to cool and be handled more easily.



These are the molded parts cooling off after they have been dipped in water. They are drying off to be clipped and sorted before moving to the next phase in the production: paint and decoration.



Checking out the paint production for the Fangor figure. The factory works to paint each individual part of the figures, working one figure at a time. These figure parts are being painted with spray masks, which is one of the various techniques use to apply paint to our figures. The factory then stores the completed pieces in the blue bins for the final figure assembly, which will take place after all the parts for that figure are complete.



A close up of one of the figure accessories in the blue bins that is undergoing painting. The difference? The painting on these was applied by hand. Painting is a multi-step process, so you may see the same figure pieces with different coloring based on whatever phase of production that batch is in.



These blue bins are all filled with different plastic parts for the figures that have the painting completed. Wall to wall are all the completed parts waiting for final figure assembly. Look at all the blue bins!

I hope this shows the effort that Super7 is making to ensure that our MOTU Classics figures are as perfect as possible! We understand this has been a lengthy process but we trust the final result will be figures that stand the test of time.

Long story short, we are now in production for all the Wave 1 figures with final assembly and packaging scheduled and then the figures shipping to us by the end of this month. I know this is later than everyone (including Super7) had hoped, but we want to make sure these figures are perfect rather than rushing them. Once again all of us at Super7 appreciates your patience!

Thank you for your support of Super7 and Masters of the Universe!
Brian"

Battle Ram: A He-Man blog: a look at art of Hordak December 5, 2017 3:47 am by JVS3

He-Man.Org user Lich Leech walks through the designs and changes of artwork on the brand! This time he takes a look at the art of Hordak.

click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums.

Jason Edmiston MOTU Print from Super7 now available December 4, 2017 8:31 pm by JVS3

From Super7, and click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums:
"Hi Masters of the Universe Fans-

The timeless and epic Eternian clash between the forces of good and evil has been immortalized by the great Jason Edmiston in this new and exclusive limited edition print!

The mighty He-Man and friends face off against Skeletor the Lord of Destruction and his minions. You can practically hear the clashing of weapons on weapons and feel the acrid humid heat of battle!

This LIMITED EDITION 16" x 20" giclee print is printed on heavy, textured, acid-free paper using archival inks perfectly matched to the vibrant colors of the original acrylic painting.

The Masters of the Universe Epic Eternian Clash Print will be available for $60 plus shipping in the Super7 webstore next Monday (12/4) at Noon PST

By the Power of Grayskull!"

Brian Flynn is over in China at the factory right now, checking on production of Super7 products. And he posted an image of pieces from Fang-Or!

Super7 had previously hoped for figures to ship from the factory mid/late November. Now that they have dialed in all the changes to the figures, per fan input, the figures are currently in production and should be shipping from the factory soon. From there, the figures will head to Super7 to then ship out to fans everywhere!

Also below is an image of the steel molds it takes to make action figures!

From Brian:
"So, when we talk about tooling (the molds toys are made in) this gives you a sense of size and scale of a single tool. Solid steel. These things are lifted into the injection machines with a chain pulley, similar to what happens at the auto shop when they raise up the car engine, except these might be heavier."

This gives you some idea of the space it takes to store these, and why they rarely store old molds unless someone pays for the storage space.

Click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums.

Answers to Super7 Fan Q&A round 3.2 December 1, 2017 10:56 pm by JVS3

Super7 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 2 questions!

This round of questions were selected by Soothe777.
Thanks to that fan for their help!

1. GoatmanSays: If you can reveal info on specific characters, what are the chances of getting a beast/character 2-pack of a Club Grayskull version of Fisto and Strider the mechanical horse?

Collector's Choice Stridor is something we have been trying to get done for a while, but have run into a lot of issues with the tooling. We are still trying though. At this point we have not been looking at two packs specifically because the cost is so high and everyone is already price sensitive on everything. We wish we had a better answer for you, but not yet!

A Club Grayskull Fisto is likely to happen, though we can't say for sure just yet which wave that would be. The size and tooling necessary for a Club Grayskull Stridor makes it a little complicated. But if there is enough interest, we can get there.


2. Soothe777: Are there any plans to work with a European distributor to help reduce shipping expenses for the customer? In addition to the cost of international shipping, the import taxes are extremely high for international fans.

We have talked to a few places and we are still looking into it. The big problem really comes down to how big the shipping boxes are. It's fine when it's a few orders, but when you are talking 50+ for a country, all of a sudden it's a few palettes. Once you move to palettes, a lot of places don't have the ability to receive or store them. We are still trying to figure it out for you though!

3. davidlogan: If the upcoming 5" vintage styled He-Ro and Eldor make it to retail stores as you have suggested is a possibility, will we also be able to purchase the 5" vintage figures directly from Super7 online?

Yes. The retail partner (as of yet unannounced) has placed an order, but you should be able to order them directly from us as well. In fact, we would love you to! The details of how it all works are still being hammered out though. Stay tuned!

4. Jun-Yor: What can fans of the New Adventures toys and cartoon expect for 2018? There's still a lot of NA unproduced for that era of MOTU.

There are a lot of plans in the works for 2018, but nothing we can announce yet. We need to finish the existing figures first before we start diving deep in new stuff. We need to stay on target, so no announcements yet. But yes, there are lots of room left for figures.

5. nickdoobs: Are any new Ultimate figures planned?

Not at this time. The biggest issue is not having access to the Mattel tools, and also being able to take a character and make a figure that just has so much more to offer than it has in the past. When we talk about Ultimates, it is definitely about making the most grand presentation of that figure, and not just to re-release it because it is expensive on the secondary market. There has to be a reason for it to be an Ultimate. Right now, we are focused on making new characters. That's not to say new Ultimates will never happen, but it's not in the plans right now. Sorry!

Check out what fans have to say about the answers to the WTFWTK 3.1, as well as find links to all the previous Fan Q&A sessions!

Moss Man bio by gbagok December 1, 2017 3:22 pm by JVS3

gbagok has been creating his own MOTUC bios for years. Here is his bio and artwork for Moss Man! Click here to see more of his fan bio cards.

Dan's back with a new review! This time he takes a look at the MOTU Battle for Grayskull art print from Mad Duck Posters. Check it out!
And join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums!

The 2018 MOTUC character poll ROUND 6 is now live! December 1, 2017 11:16 am by JVS3

ROUND 6 of the 2018 character poll is now live!

Do YOU want to help shape the future of the MOTU Classics line and what action figures we get? Then voting in this poll is mandatory for you!

The results of this poll will be reviewed and considered by Super7 and the Four Horsemen. It covers nearly all possible, official candidates for 6" figures, over-sized items (beast, vehicles, etc), and accessories.

This poll is open to EVERYONE. You do not need to be logged in or signed up to He-Man.Org to vote. So please spread the world about this poll to every He-Man and She-Ra fan you know who is interested in buying the Classics toy line.

You can also win a free prize from Super7 in each Round just by voting and providing your e-mail address! More info is on the poll.

CLICK HERE TO VOTE TODAY IN ROUND 6!
click here to join the discussion on the He-Man.Org forums,
and a special thanks to Adam Tyner, David "AdultCollector" Clark, and Danielle "Penny Dreadful" Gelehrter for their help in making this poll happen!

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