MOTU Classics He-Man & Beast Man Hi-Res Images

by Jay Cochran
July 31, 2008
Masters of the Universe Classics is a brand new action figure line celebrating over 25 years of MOTU history. Here you will find highly detailed, fully articulated figures from the entire spectrum of the worlds of He-Man and She-Ra.

Starting this fall, one new figure will be on sale every month exclusively on Mattycollector.com!


Masters of the Universe Classics He-Man Action Figure - The most powerful man in the universe is back as a highly detailed, fully articulated action figure in the new Masters of the Universe Classics series. He-Man comes complete with power vest, axe, shield, the Sword of Grayskull as both a full sword and the light half of the Power Sword. A must have for any MOTU fan! Coming this October only on MattyCollector.com. While supplies last!

Masters of the Universe Classics Beast Man Action Figure - Skeletor's right hand, um, Beast, will soon be available as a highly detailed, fully articulated figure in the new Masters of the Universe Classics line. Comes complete with classic armor and whip.A must have for any MOTU fan! Coming this November only on MattyCollector.com. While supplies last!

The price for these figures will be $20 each. Check out hi-res images for both of them in our IMAGE GALLERY below.

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CrimsonFist - 2008-08-16 @ 12:45 am

Trust me guys you will love this line !! I stake my job on it..... Keep and eye out... Who wanted Hordak? welll my freind... start saving your cash !!!

gojira77 - 2008-08-06 @ 7:43 pm
I can understand why people aren't liking this look. The 200x series redesigned much of the universe to make it more up to date but I don't think it looked better necessarily. Essentially it was the same character with a slightly difference paint scheme. Articulation was still non-existent, as it was in 1983. The line looked different sure, but I was disappointed. Marvel Legends was hitting and blowing everything out of the water and yet we still had limited movement statues. Many of the figures were forced into poses and were unable to stand any other way. These figures look like they can move more freely. And when you think about it, this is the same thing Hasbro is doing with their classics Transformers. They're taking the original character and making it all over again with modern technology. I love it and think the design is great.

Some people don't like this line because of the re-use of parts. 200X graduated from that when all the characters were made to ALL look different, even though they originally had the same sculpted parts. The armor, the clothes, the loincloths, the bodies were all personalized and unique. But now since the line is online only, Mattel isn't killing themselves to make each character a major project. It's online only and they are re-visiting the re-use of parts to keep costs down. The vintage collectors ate this up, while others see the parts re-use as a huge step back.

they did it for collectors. theyre not being cheap, they jus did it in the fashion of the '80's line. see...everybody is the same.

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I've got to show that pic to my wife-- she's like MOTUC Mer-man's biggest fan, for no one has been more at home with their own uber-ridiculousness! Well, that Horseman guy better be happy now that he is finally getting the Mer-man from the back of the box...

pooda - 2008-08-06 @ 12:11 pm
Nah man this is a step backwards. Posability is off the hook but the 200x line had it correct. Different sculpts for different characters. I hope this line does well I won't support it until the break out the 200x sculpts and make my Hordak. Oh and my new trademark....Zodak is a brotha not an alien!!! I think I'll change my deployed sig to that.......

well...Zodac and and I have something in common.

That makes 3 of us!!! @loll@

i like 2oox zodac, skeletor(i really love him) and hordak(love him too) but they should do a black zodac....he can stand with steel, cage, afro samurai, and war machine.

Lord Amron - 2008-08-06 @ 2:21 am
Nah man this is a step backwards. Posability is off the hook but the 200x line had it correct. Different sculpts for different characters. I hope this line does well I won't support it until the break out the 200x sculpts and make my Hordak. Oh and my new trademark....Zodak is a brotha not an alien!!! I think I'll change my deployed sig to that.......

well...Zodac and and I have something in common.

That makes 3 of us!!! @loll@

Eric - 2008-08-06 @ 2:03 am
Hmm, I do agree that having different body sculpts for different characters is the way to go, but overall I'm pleased so far with what I've seen. So long as these have all the major POA I will be pleased and will probably get them all (so long as supplies last!)

As far as Zodac goes, yeah I wish they could redo the 2002 version. He likes an intergalactic Michael Jordan... love the look!

Zodak was definitely one of the coolest characters in the new series. He was cool in the old cartoon as well, but I liked that he was black this time, and he looked badass. I'll likely always think of him as the 200X version because of it.

Hmm, you don't think they'll make 2002 versions as well and release these as variants to you???

That would be cool, but to be honest, I don't think they will. Perhaps if the line gets really successful, they'll start integrating 2002 characters that had figures into it (like Zodak), but I don't foresee it happening for a long time, if ever. This new line truly seems like a classics line for now, so they're really focusing on the '80s stuff.

Classic - 2008-08-05 @ 5:14 pm
Hmm, I do agree that having different body sculpts for different characters is the way to go, but overall I'm pleased so far with what I've seen. So long as these have all the major POA I will be pleased and will probably get them all (so long as supplies last!)

As far as Zodac goes, yeah I wish they could redo the 2002 version. He likes an intergalactic Michael Jordan... love the look!

Zodak was definitely one of the coolest characters in the new series. He was cool in the old cartoon as well, but I liked that he was black this time, and he looked badass. I'll likely always think of him as the 200X version because of it.

Hmm, you don't think they'll make 2002 versions as well and release these as variants to you???

Eric - 2008-08-05 @ 4:49 pm
Hmm, I do agree that having different body sculpts for different characters is the way to go, but overall I'm pleased so far with what I've seen. So long as these have all the major POA I will be pleased and will probably get them all (so long as supplies last!)

As far as Zodac goes, yeah I wish they could redo the 2002 version. He likes an intergalactic Michael Jordan... love the look!

Zodak was definitely one of the coolest characters in the new series. He was cool in the old cartoon as well, but I liked that he was black this time, and he looked badass. I'll likely always think of him as the 200X version because of it.

Classic - 2008-08-05 @ 2:54 pm

Hmm, I do agree that having different body sculpts for different characters is the way to go, but overall I'm pleased so far with what I've seen. So long as these have all the major POA I will be pleased and will probably get them all (so long as supplies last!)

As far as Zodac goes, yeah I wish they could redo the 2002 version. He likes an intergalactic Michael Jordan... love the look!

pooda - 2008-08-05 @ 1:44 pm
Nah man this is a step backwards. Posability is off the hook but the 200x line had it correct. Different sculpts for different characters. I hope this line does well I won't support it until the break out the 200x sculpts and make my Hordak. Oh and my new trademark....Zodak is a brotha not an alien!!! I think I'll change my deployed sig to that.......

well...Zodac and and I have something in common.

Lord Amron - 2008-08-05 @ 1:24 pm

Nah man this is a step backwards. Posability is off the hook but the 200x line had it correct. Different sculpts for different characters. I hope this line does well I won't support it until the break out the 200x sculpts and make my Hordak. Oh and my new trademark....Zodak is a brotha not an alien!!! I think I'll change my deployed sig to that.......

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