isn't that the whole point though?
they tried the modernized version of he-man 6 years ago. didn't really go anywhere because none of the kids really cared.
this is going to be a collector-driven toy-line which in my opinion will cater to the older generation that grew up with the original 80s cartoon.
80s-looking figures with modern articulation? count me in!
That isn't the point. My point is that rather than giving 80s' a modern look, but at the same time stayin with the original outfit (much like the 25th anniversary GI joes are to the RAH line,) it seems that they are also goin with the facial structures and proportions of the old line but with more articulation. The old 80s' face looks constipated and a bit fat because how the old figures were made with rubber heads. I just wished that Mattel did with their the DCSH line and have the fourhorsemen give him a human-like proportions, but at the same time, stayin true to the original outfit and hair.