Funko’s Specialty Series rewards local comic shops and select online retails with special monthly exclusives. Today Funko announced the exclusive Pop! and Dorbz that will be available in December – a Pop! Thundercats Tygra and a Dorbz Orko.
Check them both out below and look for them in your favorite local shop in December.
Super7 has started revealing (and teasing) their SDCC exclusives. Officially revealed are:
- Super7 x Heavy Metal Magazine Lord Of Light 3.75-inch ReAction Figure Black & Gold Variant
- The Worst M.U.S.C.L.E. 1.75-inch Figures in both blue and green
- Masters of the Universe ReAction Collector’s Case
- Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. Windraider and Roton
Look for more exclusives to be revealed over the next few days.
In an effort to recognize our most special accounts and loyal retailers,
Funko’s Specialty Series puts a new Pop! and a new Dorbz in boutique retail, specialty stores, local comic book shops and qualified online retailers every month. This is your chance to help support local businesses and smaller retailers, and score a cool new Funko item in the process.
The newly announced items for this month are a Man at Arms Pop! vinyl and Iron Man: Mark 1 Dorbz. You’ll find these in September.
Straight from the Toy Fair exhibit hall, here is the latest from Toy Fair newcomer Super7. Their display included their upcoming Masters of the Universe releases as well as a ton of new ReAction figures, Muscles and more. Check it out in the gallery below.
Super7 today announced the next four figures in the Masters of the Universe Classics line. Picking up where Matty left off, the four new figures include:
Fangor – The Evil Weapons Master of the Snake Men comes equipped with sword and snake-tools to aid in his construction of the fiendish serpent weaponry for his comrades. Fangor also comes with flying serpent accessory and alternate head.
Quakke – The Evil Mutant from the New Adventures of He-Man comes with his Grabatron Meteormace and two part Meteor.
Hawke – The Heroic Winged Warrior of Avion comes with sword, smoke gun and alternate head.
Lodar – The Evil Master of Slave City comes with his mace and giant chains.
Details on how the figures were going to be released were not announced today, but stay tuned for more details.
Ever since their announcement of the Alien ReAction line a few years ago, Super7 has gained the attention of action figure fans everywhere. With the announcement that they’re the new stewards of Masters of the Universe this attention will be continuing.
Their SDCC display (in the exhibit hall – I haven’t been to Skeletor’s Lair yet) features new Streetfighter 3 3/4″ ReAction style figures, their ReAction style Masters of the Universe figures, collectible glassware, the debut of 3 3/4″ Hellboy figures and new Alien M.U.S.C.L.E. figures. Of course there’s much more in their case – so check out the gallery!
MattyCollector posted a teaser image today of an upcoming SDCC exclusive She-Ra doll. From the preview picture, the doll will feature vac-metallized details. Look for a full reveal tomorrow!
There are rumors floating around that this She-Ra doll will be the only Masters of the Universe SDCC exclusive offered by Mattel – nothing from either the MOTUC line or the Filmation subline will be offered at the show as an exclusive. Stay tuned for additional details.
A few years ago while walking the rows and rows of the toy fair, I stumbled across the booth of The Loyal Subjects – and now they’re a must stop each year. This year was no exception and I was treated to the latest vinyl figures from Masters of the Universe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, G. I. Joe (including vehicles!!), Power Rangers, My Little Pony, Mr. Potato Head and Transformers.
The highlights of the display were the Masters of the Universe figures and the Joe vehicles. I was surprised by how well the vehicles translated to this style – I hope these are succesful and other properties do similar.
Check out all the newest Loyal Subjects toys from toy fair in the gallery.
Today Mattel hosted collectors for a special event celebrating some of their upcoming collector focus products. Mattel took over a New York city bar and filled it with new Masters of the Universe product (didn’t expect to see an updated Roton), Thundercats (they look amazing), TMNT Megablocks (a Terrordrome), Suicide Squad figures, Halo figures and Megabloks, new Ghostbuser figures and much, much more. Check it all out in the gallery!
Sideshow Collectibles has opened pre-orders for their He-Man statue. Featuring the hero standing on a Grayskull themed based this statue features intricate sculpted armor and costume and a removeable fabric cape and his Power Sword. The exclusive edition includes a switch-out Power Axe and sheathed Power Sword.
The statue is priced at $399.99 with the option of a payment plan. You can see this statue’s product page here.
Skeletor’s Lair, a pop-up shop hosted by Super7, was one of the most creative and original ideas of SDCC 2015. Both the Super7 and Mattel booths handed out Skeletokens with the address of Skeletor’s Lair – a gift shop filled with SDCC exclusive Master of the Universe collectibles which included exclusive shirts, Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. figures (M.O.T.U.S.C.L.E.) and even a Moss Man chia pet. From the merchandise to the decor of the shop – it was just perfectly themed. Check it out in the gallery below.
Mattypalooza was today, but I wasn’t there due to a conflict with Hasbro’s Star Wars panel. Among the things announced were a huge Snake Mountain playset, more filmation accurate figures including He-Man and Skeletor and the introduction of a Thundercats subscription.
Following the panel, new toys were put in the case on the showroom floor which you can see below.
While there will be more added to the display after the Mattypalooza panel (Friday at noon), I did go ahead and take photos of the upcoming Masters of the Universe figures on display at the Mattel booth. Look for a second round of photos later during the show.
The newest addition to Skletor’s Lair, the Super7 Masters of the Universe Pop-Up shop has been revealed – ‘test shots’ of the Jumbo He-Man and Skeletor figures. They’ve recreated the look of test shot figures which are made using whichever colors or plastic are in the injection molding machine at the time. Each figure is $95 and is limited to one per person.
Skeletor’s Lair can be found at 701 8th Ave in San Diego.
With just over a week before SDCC, Super7 has started showing the goods. Today they revealed the next item in their Skeletor’s Lair Pop-Up shop – a set of 4 “Stage 01 Prototype” Masters of the Universe action figures. These “rediscovered” action figures give He-Man, Skeletor, Mer-Manr and Beast Man a ReAction figure make-over. This set is priced at $60 and limited to one per person.
They are also amazing.