Mattel Teases New Masters Of The Universe Shogun Skeletor Figure

by Jay Cochran
April 17, 2021
Mattel through their MattelCreations site has announced they will be doing a Masters of the Universe Shogun Mech Skeletor figure. This will be offered in celebration of the Mattel's 1970's line of Shogun Warriors figures. It's unknown at this time what scale the Skeletor figure will be done in. Stay-tuned for more details on this to come soon.
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InspectorZartan - 2021-09-08 @ 10:37 pm

I thought the original was fun and I wish Id gotten one (I would have but with my industry still suffering from the pandemic I thought it wiser to be more frugal), but I have zero interests in these repaints. Its an homage to an homage at this point and at the price it needs to be more interesting than that.

Nosferatuman62172 - 2021-09-08 @ 8:33 pm

Nice, but most likely out of my price range. When I first read Shogun Skeletor before looking too closely at the pictures I thought this was gonna be a new origions or masterverse figure in some kind of samurai armor.

JayC - 2021-09-08 @ 2:29 pm

Skeletor means business this time with these all-new frighteningly evil Shogun Masters Golden Havoc and Dark Malice Skeletor Mechs! These rare, dark, and menacing robots are the perfect combination of the OG Master of Evil and a giant, two-foot tall Shogun Masters Mech.Only 250 Dark Malice will be made available at on 9/10 at 9AM PT!

Zerzar999 - 2021-04-22 @ 1:28 pm

Wow, to think there was a time when giant robots with actual spring loaded firing fists were $18, and even that was expensive for the times. This is nothing close to my cup of tea, but good luck with that.

deecee4 - 2021-04-22 @ 11:23 am
12 hours ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

Wow, Seriously, I don't think even S7's prices were that wild.

S7's recentjumbo machinder of optimus prime is $350. So yeah, S7 still more expensive than everyone else offering a similar product

mako - 2021-04-22 @ 3:36 am

Now THAT sounds like the Matty I knew and grew to hate.

. . . come to think of it, it kinda sounds like where Hasbro is heading to.

Roadpigmaster - 2021-04-21 @ 11:02 pm
21 minutes ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

Wow, Seriously, I don't think even S7's prices were that wild.

Original Jumbo robots are $500 and up... I would say $800 it's like the standard price so this one would be sold out, no doubt about it...

JayC - 2021-04-21 @ 10:14 pm

The other day we brought word to you that Mattel was going to be offering a limited edition 2ft tall Masters of the Universe Skeletor figure based on the classic Shogun Warrior line from the 70's. The figure according to Mattel will be made available for purchase on the MattelCreations website on April 23rd. According to Kotaku the figure will cost $300.

Emummy - 2021-04-20 @ 2:34 pm

It should be Su Ke Re To- not Su Ke Ru Ta-

ghostbogey - 2021-04-20 @ 9:39 am

Jumbo's are cool...

When S7/Funko did there Machinder of Boba Fett..

I think it was around $200...That's at "suggested retail" of course...=^)

If your interested in this "BIG" boy....I would get him now..

I can see "price" jumps on this one..

For sure..IMHO

Making these "Vintage" Like Retro's are really cool....

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