Target Exclusive Masters of the Universe Origins: Battlefield Warriors Set In-Hand Images And DPCI#

by Jay Cochran
July 27, 2021
Shown below are some in-hand images that have hit the net for the Masters of the Universe Origins: Battlefield Warriors set from Mattel which here in the us is being sold as a Target exclusive.

The set is going to cost $49.99 and the DPCI# is 087-16-7350. Look for this set to start hitting shelves very soon.

He-Man has vac-metal armor and an alternate head along with a complete power sword. Battle Cat will have a metallic armor paint. The base will connect to the one coming with the Wind Raider to form a landscape for in front of Castle Grayskull. You also get a couple critters with it that you can attach to Castle Grayskull.
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Roadpigmaster - 2021-09-13 @ 4:49 pm

Sold out.... I was not able to buy them...

MagnaPrime - 2021-09-11 @ 4:51 pm

I love the origins of the sun man figure. Seeing it get recognition like this is great.

JayC - 2021-09-11 @ 12:20 pm
12 minutes ago, Roadpigmaster said:

I can see more figures coming by looking at the art on the right side of it...???

I don't think that guarantees more figures coming but certainly think it's possible.

Roadpigmaster - 2021-09-11 @ 12:08 pm

I can see more figures coming by looking at the art on the right side of it...???

JayC - 2021-09-11 @ 11:44 am

Yesterday we told you how Sun-Man was coming to the Masters of the Universe Origins line. Well now we have our first official images for the figure. While details are lite at the moment it looks like at least this version of the figure is getting his own unique packaging which makes since being the character was originally created by a different company called Olmec Toys. The figure has two headsculpts, his shield and fire staff.What's not entirely clear is whether this is some kind of special-edition figure being released and there will be a regular figure in Origins packaging released, and/or whether Sun-Man is getting his own sub-line from Mattel since Olmec had made other characters for the property back in the 80s. I am sure more details will be made available later today during Power-Con. Look for the Mattel panel which will be streamed online to begin at 1:30 PM ET which will will have coverage of right here on TNI.

Gold1983 - 2021-09-11 @ 12:07 am

Sun-man? Uhhh..wings around the neck?

Zerzar999 - 2021-09-07 @ 3:14 pm
On 9/2/2021 at 12:53 PM, glhshelby said:

While I understand this point of view for Origins, I'm not sure how it applies for Masterverse?So far there's been only one He-Man figure, and two (very different) Skeletors. Personally He-Man was the second hardest to find for me behind Evil-Lyn.

But aside from SkeleGod, every single character in the first 3waves is unique and evenly packed.

Well, I wish that was the case where I live. I'm sure there aresome regional factors that affect the way the figures are present on the shelves, but the fewtimes I've seen the Masterverse figures at my local Target, which is the only place I've ever seen them, there were at least 3 each He-Man and Skeletor, 1 Moss Man and 0 Evil-Lyn, of course not counting a few Skelegod and Battle Cat.

glhshelby - 2021-09-02 @ 5:53 pm
5 hours ago, Zerzar999 said:

I love the lookof these, but from what I've been able to see on the shelves in both this line and the Origins line it's following the same ol' Matteltried and failed structure, droves of He-Man and Skeletor on the pegs and all the "other" characters flying off the shelves faster than they can be stocked. I swear, a lot of these old stuffed shirts and their "put a new hat on Barbie" game plan need to step down for a more modern sales structure.

While I understand this point of view for Origins, I'm not sure how it applies for Masterverse?So far there's been only one He-Man figure, and two (very different) Skeletors. Personally He-Man was the second hardest to find for me behind Evil-Lyn.

But aside from SkeleGod, every single character in the first 3waves is unique and evenly packed.

Zerzar999 - 2021-09-02 @ 12:49 pm

I love the lookof these, but from what I've been able to see on the shelves in both this line and the Origins line it's following the same ol' Matteltried and failed structure, droves of He-Man and Skeletor on the pegs and all the "other" characters flying off the shelves faster than they can be stocked. I swear, a lot of these old stuffed shirts and their "put a new hat on Barbie" game plan need to step down for a more modern sales structure. They are capable because, not sure how many of you follow the line, but the Masters of WWE Universe seems to have a solid distribution structure. They all seem to be evenly packed and though some of the figures organically become HTF, none of them seem to be over packed over others. I just don't understand why they keep going back to the same failed structure with Masters of the Universe. It always turns out the same. They come blasting out of the gate to a strong reception then it just stops cuz no one can find the new figures they actually want. I'm afraid if I allow myself to get into this line I will invest all kinds of time and money into it only to see it prematurely cancelled before they get to a buncha the figures a lot of us want.

MagnaPrime - 2021-09-02 @ 3:41 am

I keep looking and I will probably get skeletor still for my collection. But just not feeling the transition from animation to plastic here. Hope kids like em.

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