Power-Con 2020 At Home - Masters Of The Universe Origins Figures

by Jay Cochran
August 09, 2020
Today Mattel held their panel at this years 2020 Power-Con virtual event for their new Masters of the Universe Origins line.

Mattel says there will be a ton of product for everyone eventually. 2021 is going to be even bigger.

For the Minis Line - Wave 3 Slime Pit and Wave 4 Anti-Eternia. Also have mini Vehicles with figures. Roton with Skeletor and Road Ripper with He-Man. The vehicles will not be blind-bags. Also doing Mini Multi-Packs. Each 4 pack will have one exclusive figure. The 4 packs will be out through Walmart and Diamond Comics.

For Origins they 8 new characters coming this Spring in the main line as well as new Deluxe Origins figures. For basic figures they showed Roboto, Stratos, Mer-Man and Ninjor. For deluxe figure they showed Battle Armor He-Man, Skeletor Clamp-Champ and Ram Man. Both basic and Deluxe figures will come with Mini-Comics with unique stories.

Panthor which is not flocked is coming for $24.99. Also on the back of the package we see figures for She-Ra, Roboto, Mer-Man and Zodac.

She-Ra will be out at Mass in the Spring.

The Landshark vehicle is coming for the Origins line for $29.99. Will be larger than the vintage one. Will have the chomping feature as well. He-Man seems to have stolen it in the image.


Rise of Evil 2-Pack with Keldor and Kronis. Will be exclusive to Target for $29.99

UPDATE ONE PANTOR - There will be a Flocked Panthor for $39.99 and exclusive to Walmart. There will be two versions. The non-flocked won't be exclusive. The flocked one will also have flocked packaging.

The Fan-Poll winner is 1st appearance Tri-Klops.

Sumer 2021 a new He-Man will emerge. Masterverse 7" scale with 30 Points of articulation and 8 core characters and more. Will cost $19.99. They showed the packaging and said there will be things that these figures will be able to share with the Classics line. These will be mass-produced and available everywhere along with Origins.
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JayC - 2020-08-11 @ 11:32 am
1 hour ago, InspectorZartan said:

Yeah, Im guessing all those designs in silhouette will be direct translations from the Revelation cartoon (which is why they cant reveal anything until the studio reveals something). So whatever updates the animators make to the classic design will be the foundation for this wave of figures.

I dont think its a mistake the line is called "Masterverse". I think this will be a line that covers all incarnations of MOTU. Im sure with the new shows there will be a focus on that, but I dont think it will necessarily be limited just to that.

InspectorZartan - 2020-08-11 @ 10:22 am
20 hours ago, JayC said:

For the Masterverse it will be interesting if these end up featuring updated takes on classic characters. I couldn't help notice on the blacked out image for He-Man he has a left wrist guard that does not look like the one featured on the original He-Man and his loin cloth seems to hang down. I almost want to say it seems to have more of a 200x feel to it.

Yeah, Im guessing all those designs in silhouette will be direct translations from the Revelation cartoon (which is why they cant reveal anything until the studio reveals something). So whatever updates the animators make to the classic design will be the foundation for this wave of figures.

abnuggler - 2020-08-11 @ 5:03 am
15 hours ago, JayC said:

For the Masterverse it will be interesting if these end up featuring updated takes on classic characters. I couldn't help notice on the blacked out image for He-Man he has a left wrist guard that does not look like the one featured on the original He-Man and his loin cloth seems to hang down. I almost want to say it seems to have more of a 200x feel to it.

Im thinking masterverse will be Mattel's Replacement for the DC Multiverse line they used to make but with MOTU characters (having figures from all sorts of media, like classic cartoon, 2000x, movie, comics and the upcomming cartoons), or atleast thats their plan.As far as the first wave Im thinking it'll be a wave that ties in to the MOTU Revelation cartoon coming up (will most likely have slitghtly updated desings to the classic ones) hence the slight differences in the silhouette of the images, my take is that the first 8 figures seem to be (in order from left to right) He-Man, Trap Jaw, Skeletor, Evil Lynn (4 figures in the upper level)& Man-At-Arms, Teela, Beast man, and the last one I cant really tell but looking at the image it seems to be a thinner male character with the puffy furry boots so im thinking maybe Prince Adam (4 figures in the lower level), At least thats what I think (my guess is that it'd only be logical to make figures that tie in to the new upcoming cartoon, either that or more recent comicbook designs)I wasnt really intrested in the origins line and was thinking I wouldnt be buying any MOTU figures any time soon but with this 7in line I might have to get those

Anonymousmc - 2020-08-11 @ 4:19 am

I am really hoping they re-release Panthor (similar to the Four Horsemen) cuz the one on the ebayis ridiculous priced

Satam - 2020-08-10 @ 7:19 pm
31 minutes ago, kILLMonger said:

Man I want to be excited about this...but I'm still heartbroken over the 200x line. Mattel, stick with something, show faith in it, and do better with endless rehashes. And bring 200x back

I've been waiting a long time for a proper 200X Stinkor. I'm sure I'll be waiting longer. If the Revelation design is heavily influenced by 200X and included in the line (doesn't look like he's one of the silhouettes of the core eight), I'll probably be happy. But I'll still be waiting.

kILLMonger - 2020-08-10 @ 6:47 pm

Man I want to be excited about this...but I'm still heartbroken over the 200x line. Mattel, stick with something, show faith in it, and do better with endless rehashes. And bring 200x back

JayC - 2020-08-10 @ 1:36 pm

For the Masterverse it will be interesting if these end up featuring updated takes on classic characters. I couldn't help notice on the blacked out image for He-Man he has a left wrist guard that does not look like the one featured on the original He-Man and his loin cloth seems to hang down. I almost want to say it seems to have more of a 200x feel to it.

JayC - 2020-08-10 @ 1:34 pm
1 hour ago, tycondrius24 said:

well the landshark looks like a straight up re-issue unlike the skysled. but I did hear people say it's meant to be larger then the original ?

Yep as reported

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The Landshark vehicle is coming for the Origins line for $29.99. Will be larger than the vintage one. Will have the chomping feature as well. He-Man seems to have stolen it in the image.

Its also said to have a little more sculpting detail to it.

tycondrius24 - 2020-08-10 @ 12:24 pm
2 hours ago, JayC said:

Nothing on playsets at this time. Im sure they will come. I def can see them re releasing many of the vehicles and playsets from the Classics line for this new Masterverse one down the road.

well the landshark looks like a straight up re-issue unlike the skysled. but I did hear people say it's meant to be larger then the original ?

I still have mine so if I do get one I can do a comparison between the two ,so hopefully other vehicles will come along also in my MotWWE Triple H review I pretty much go through my whole range of vintage Motu vehicles to show how they will work with the new figures

JayC - 2020-08-10 @ 9:59 am
9 hours ago, Shellhead said:

Any mention of Grayskull?

Nothing on playsets at this time. Im sure they will come. I def can see them re releasing many of the vehicles and playsets from the Classics line for this new Masterverse one down the road.

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