Masters Of The Universe Origins Wave 6 Fisto And Faker In-Hand Images And Reviews

by Jay Cochran
May 04, 2021
Shown below via retro_toy_escapades are in-hand images and reviews for the new Mattel Masters of the Universe Origins Faker and Fisto figures which are part of the 6th wave in the line. You can purchase these figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.





Looks like wave 6 is going to start hitting shelves before wave 5 does which should include figures of Stinkor, Webstor, Beast Man v2 and Green Goddess.
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Roadpigmaster - 2021-05-17 @ 11:38 pm

I like the figures... That Gringer looks awesome ??

ransomz - 2021-05-17 @ 11:34 pm

I like the esthetic of the line but the proportions seem off. They all have pin heads, the arms are too long. This one needs to go back to the design table.

Gold1983 - 2021-05-17 @ 7:53 pm

These masterverse figures look terrible.

I will continue with origns.

 

jsmooth - 2021-05-17 @ 6:49 pm

He-mans face looks awful.  the battle armor is red?????

 

jsmooth - 2021-05-17 @ 6:49 pm

These figures look stupid.

 

Mr_Scary92 - 2021-05-16 @ 10:22 pm

Amazon Mexico had some Masterverse figures in pre order...they sold out in a few minutes. Here we go again...

JayC - 2021-05-16 @ 9:06 pm

More Masterverse images

Roadpigmaster - 2021-05-16 @ 8:49 pm
4 hours ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

There was no MoTU stuff for a while, at least not at  retail, now we will have three different lines, there are those who say that now is a great time for the franchise and now it's also a great time to be a MOTU fan, I don't know, I feel like this is all too much and all too sudden, maybe it's just me, even so Mattel still has a lot to work on to make sure all this stuff reaches people, I mean people who will really appreciate the figures and will not seek an economic benefit with them, the distribution is sure a nuisance for many fans in several countries.

Well I'm the one that feels good about Mattel releasing all these MOTU lines after been for so MANY years just getting a few exclusives when Mattel had the subscription and then Super 7... This is the way to go for all those long MOTU fans...???

A_Spidey_Fan - 2021-05-16 @ 7:42 pm

Wow, lots of news lately in regards to Masters Of The Universe in general.  Couple of my general thoughts on recent news:

 

(1.)  From the Kevin Smith produced Netflix series: If I get Moss Man, I will most likely just use for my 200x collection, even if he is going to be an inch taller than the 6" 200x figures.  I may have to consider the Skelegod figure as well, since it seems to suggest it's Skeletor getting both halves of the Power Sowrds to become a god like, having both his powers and the Power Of Greyskull merged with him.  Having the figure being taller than other figures makes it look more so.  Undecided about Battle Cat, but I do like how if you take off the armour, he ends up looking more like Cringer than just a Unarmoured Battle Cat(Which I think is thanks to the eyes on the figure being different from the eyes on the Battle Cat mask).  At this time, I don't really see myself getting any other figures from this new line in general at this time.

 

(2.) In regards to the Target Exclusive Origins Battle Armour He-man And Battle Cat: Look at it this way, they are just exclusive repaints of 2 figures that have already been released in retail, as their armours are now more shiny, with Red painted slashes to repersent Battle Damage.  At least it's not a new character that is an exclusive(Please see the Target Exclusive G.I. Joe Classified: Cobra Island line as an example of this practice).  Though to be honest, I could do without the Red Slashes on the figures, however, if it's true that in this Origins line, you can swap out the figures arms, legs, and heads from the main body, then you can get a non Red Slash version of this He-man if you can get another figure. I am curious if they will do a Battle Armour Skeletor With Panthor 2 pack as well.

 

In a way, this Target Exclusive Origins Battle Damage He-man And Battle Cat 2 pack homages how at 1 point during the original line in the 1980's, how both the Battle Armour He-man and Battle Cat were re-released/re-isussed in a Gift Pack together as well.  The same thing happened with Skeletor and Panthor.  Here's are links from Heman.org for examples of these Gift packs from the original line:

 

- https://www.he-man.org/collecting/toy.php?id=1485

- https://www.he-man.org/collecting/toy.php?id=1486

- https://www.he-man.org/collecting/toy.php?id=562

 

For the record, it would seem that Battle Armour He-man and Skeletor got re-released in a few Gift/Multipacks thoughout the original line.

 

(3.) In regards to everyones comments about finding nothing but Origins He-man's and Skeletor's, as I assume it's a U.S. thing(I live in Canada for the record): I was wondering if you guys are referring to just the Regular He-mans and Skeletor's, the Battle Armour versions of them, The Rise Of Evil(That features a Skeletor head), or seeing all of these versions of these characters? 

 

Because in Canada(At least where I live), I maybe only seen Battle Armour He-man once or twice, and maybe Battle Armour Skeletor once.  I don't recall if I ever saw the Regular versions of them and if I did, it was only once when it was a Wal-mart Exclusive last year.  When the Origins line became a regular retail line, I've yet to see the Regular versions at all in person, but I did see all the figures from the She-ra wave.  As for the Rise Of Evil 2 pack, honestly, I have no idea if this will come to Canada or not at all, let along if it does, if will be a Store Exclusive or Mass Retail Release.

 

(4.) The Kid Focused Netflix MOTU figures: Looks interesting and very cartoony styilized(Which seems to fit the style most cartoons are like nowadays).  Need to see more before I can consider this line, however I am okay with He-man's general design.  Curious about the scale on these.

Lord_Scareglow - 2021-05-16 @ 4:42 pm
19 minutes ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

There was no MoTU stuff for a while, at least not at  retail, now we will have three different lines, there are those who say that now is a great time for the franchise and now it's also a great time to be a MOTU fan, I don't know, I feel like this is all too much and all too sudden, maybe it's just me, even so Mattel still has a lot to work on to make sure all this stuff reaches people, I mean people who will really appreciate the figures and will not seek an economic benefit with them, the distribution is sure a nuisance for many fans in several countries.

I feel the same, it seems a bit too much all at once, and it's all really a leap of faith, I can't imagine much data currently shows any upward trends in MOTU product desire from the general public/children, so this is really going off steam and the popularity within adults, who isn't a huge percentage of profit in the end, but 2 shows, 3 toylines all at once, seems like a real risk. I don't really think MOTU is going to return to it's prominence as a multi media powerhouse like the 80's, if they wanted to reach kids they might as well have made a mobile game like fortnite based off MOTU, not toys and cartoons. I hope it all goes well but I have my doubts, at least I bet the Kiddie show and toy line will probably flop pretty fast out the gate.

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