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Answers to Super7 Fan Q&A round 3.16
March 1, 2019 8:34 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 16 questions!

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

1. Firefly: With 2019 being the 30th anniversary of the New Adventures of He-Man, will Super7 be doing anything in celebration such as releasing new figures or merchandise based off the toyline or cartoon?

Beyond the Quakke figure we produced previously, we currently do not have any New Adventures on the schedule.

2. Neil: Wave 4 of Club Grayskull features six figures instead of the usual four. Is this going to be the pattern going forward for Club Grayskull and Collector's Choice? Or will future waves go back to consisting of four figures?

We generally prefer to keep waves at four figures. CG Wave 4 was a bit of an anomaly with six.

3. Sebastiaan: What is the reason for the new elbow swivels on She-Ra and the Sorceress, and can it be expected as a new template for female figures? This differs greatly from Teela. Also, Kittrina seems to have the same previous version of the elbow swivels.

She-Ra and Sorceress utilize the newer style of elbow swivel joint because on both of these characters, but there is not an armband on the bicep piece. This bicep armband on Teela and Kittrina is used to integrate the arm's swivel joint. Without the armband, the swivel joint would stick out like a sore thumb in the middle of the bicep. The natural solution was to move this joint to the elbow.

4. bamf1980: A growing trend among your many MOTU lines has been to release She-Ra and then a lot of Horde members. When can we expect you to begin releasing the heroes of the Great Rebellion?

We currently do not have a schedule for the Great Rebellion characters, but stay tuned!

5. JafariStew: Would it be possible for Super7 to start casting MOTUC weapons in the color of the plastic that the handles are made of, and then paint the blade/axe/gun? With previous releases, when the figure holds the weapon for too long, the paint from the handles tends to stick to the inside of the hand and then peels off the weapon.

We prefer to use injected plastic for color wherever it is practical, especially on accessories to avoid issues of paint rubbing, and will continue to push for this on all figures going forward.

Check out what fans have to say about the answers to the WTFWTK 3.16, as well as find links to all the previous Fan Q&A sessions!

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