2011 NYCC: Mattel Booth Day 3 - MOTUC Horde Prime & Snake Man-At-Arms

by Jay Cochran
October 15, 2011
Shown below are images for Mattel's new Masters of the Universe Classics figures for June. The monthly figure will be of Horde Prime. It will have a removable helmet but we won't know what the primary head will look like till it arrives on people's doorsteps. There will be an alternate head which you can see below. The other figure for June will be Snake Man-At-Arms. The figure sports 200x Armor and colors and has an alternate regular head so you can create a 200x version. Right now they have not planned on including the 200x arm cannon but that is something they could still consider doing. Check out the images below.
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