New Masters Of The Universe: Origins Battle Cat And He-Man Image

by Jay Cochran
April 23, 2020
Mattel has released a new image of their upcoming Masters of the Universe: Origins He-Man and Battle Cat figures. These figures will be released at Walmart stores later this year. The Battle Cat figure will cost $24.99. Check out the new image below as well as images of the two from February's Toy Fair.
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jsmooth - 2020-05-13 @ 11:04 am

I am a big fan of MOTU. The majority of my collection is MOTU, but does anyone feel like it has been too much? Like I collect the original vintage figures, then the 2000x line, then mattycollector, then Super7, and now Mattel Origins...its getting to be a lot. I may need a new house!!!!

TheMikeSnyder - 2020-05-11 @ 10:13 pm

I think these look fun and will be going for it. But I do kinda wish they would consider rereleasing a classics version.

Roadpigmaster - 2020-04-30 @ 3:36 pm
3 hours ago, jsmooth said:

I agree, with all the technology available to toy makers these days, why don't they make a toy that is an exact replica of the show we so loved watching!!!!

Super 7 Filmation figures were that but Mattel is doing the opposite because they are doing Retro line called Origins that is a reminiscence of the original toys so they intentions for day one was not to continue what Super 7 was doing...

jsmooth - 2020-04-30 @ 11:56 am

I agree, with all the technology available to toy makers these days, why don't they make a toy that is an exact replica of the show we so loved watching!!!!

Roadpigmaster - 2020-04-26 @ 11:07 am

I like battle cat and it looks accurate with the mask on... This is not a cringer release from super 7 (Filmation Style) so without the mask it's not going to look like the cat we used to see on TV...

The original battle cat without the mask was just a standard cat (Tiger) face...

Sy23 - 2020-04-24 @ 5:05 pm

Im a big fan of anything that is Retro just like my Air Jordans. But not completely sold on this Retro style of MOTU. I bought doubles of each and everything MOTUC that Mattycollector made plus all the figures that Super7 made in Classics & Filmation Style. But this new style of the 80s figures..... Im still on the fence. Yes the card backs looks awesome & like the articulation-its just something about the faces. Ill see when they start Walmart shelves later this year.

tycondrius24 - 2020-04-24 @ 4:43 pm

very nice. do hope that's only how the prototype eyes are on cats non mask face. seems a bit odd to be all green with a dot.

jsmooth - 2020-04-24 @ 11:26 am

I am excited for more MOTU figs! The battle cat looks good. I still think He-man's face could be better though.

80sboy4 - 2020-04-24 @ 2:39 am

Seems to be a shade of green lighter in the new pictures, perhaps it's the lighting. I like how Battle Cat is coming out, wonder when we'll see Panthor, he's the one I'm excited for.

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