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2020 Masters Of The Universe: Origins Power-Con Convention Exclusive Figures Teaser


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On 3/9/2020 at 2:15 AM, Nosferatuman62172 said:

These are looking good. I'm glad to finally see Mer Man, one of my favorites from the original line. Hopefully they'll do a mass release of She Ra.

Agree...hope they add more nostalgic feel to the package.

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Late last night Mattel released this little spinner video giving us a look at the packaging for the new Power-Con 2020 Exclusive Lords Of Power-Con MOTU Origins 5-Pack which was being sold for $269.99 and now sold out. These figures are based on early MOTU prototypes from the original toy line.

 

While the physical convention for this year was canceled due to the COVID pandemic, there will be a virtual convention taking place this weekend. We expect some new Mattel reveals to be made during a panel being held Sunday evening at 7:30pm ET.

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Looks great and can’t wait until this ships.  
 

I’m going to have to do a major rearrangement of some items in my MOTU cases so I can fit this properly into the display but I’m probably waiting until Snake Mountain ships before giving the entire MOTU arrangement a complete overhaul. 
 

It’s sad that just like SDCC, WonderCon and others that there won’t be a physical Power-Con to attend this year but glad they’ve set up some virtual experiences and looking forward to attending in 2021.  

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4 hours ago, JayC said:

Late last night Mattel released this little spinner video giving us a look at the packaging for the new Power-Con 2020 Exclusive Lords Of Power-Con MOTU Origins 5-Pack which was being sold for $269.99 and now sold out. These figures are based on early MOTU prototypes from the original toy line.

 

While the physical convention for this year was canceled due to the COVID pandemic, there will be a virtual convention taking place this weekend. We expect some new Mattel reveals to be made during a panel being held Sunday evening at 7:30pm ET.

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Looks good. I would like to see close up pictures of the inside background from the Figures... Looks like a great addition to not open it...

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On 5/13/2020 at 12:38 AM, InspectorZartan said:

My guess is maybe it will be similar to NECA’s SDCC animated TMNT set from a couple of years ago where it comes in an old school style snap case that allow you to open and close it without actually destroying any of the packaging when accessing the figures.  

Looks like cardboard to me. Heavy duty, well printed, nested boxes. But cardboard boxes none-the-less. You can even see the scotch tape holding it all together. At this price I was expecting something more along the lines of a vintage carrying case similar to the NECA TMNT one you mentioned. But this is definitely underwhelming.

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17 minutes ago, KingOfAllWildThings said:

Looks like cardboard to me. Heavy duty, well printed, nested boxes. But cardboard boxes none-the-less. You can even see the scotch tape holding it all together. At this price I was expecting something more along the lines of a vintage carrying case similar to the NECA TMNT one you mentioned. But this is definitely underwhelming.

I see what you’re saying and I didn’t even notice the tape until you mentioned it.
 

For what it’s worth I know Val (who runs the show) and have helped him out a few times (based on the fact that I live in L.A. and work in the entertainment industry) so I know while these are being manufactured through Mattel as a vendor/partner all the actual development/manufacturing/packaging/etc. costs are usually being 100% paid for by Power-Con and this coming out of Val’s budget which obviously greatly limits what they can afford to do particularly in comparison to Mattel, NECA, etc.  End of day though, yeah, I totally get where you are coming from and as a customer if the price is high and the outcome isn’t what you wanted then it’s not going to matter who is actually funding the product and how much budget they have to work with.  

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On 3/8/2020 at 7:26 AM, Roadpigmaster said:

I predict to see these figures for sale at the bigbadtoystore...

I like the Masters figures...

They were listed on the BBTS several months ago, and they are one of the official places to preorder it (this is made clear on the Power-Con website). I preordered the 5-pack in May and the She-Ra Origins single pack in July. These sold out months ago.

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9 minutes ago, obs said:

They were listed on the BBTS several months ago, and they are one of the official places to preorder it (this is made clear on the Power-Con website). I preordered the 5-pack in May and the She-Ra Origins single pack in July. These sold out months ago.

oh!, and what else?.

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Mattel today released updated images for the 2020 Power-Con Exclusive MOTU Origins "Lords of Power" 5-Pack. These are expected to start shipping out to folks who pre-ordered them at the con in a couple of weeks. The set includes Origins figures of He-Man, Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Mer-Man and Beast-Man. These figures are based on early MOTU prototypes from the original toy line.

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Shown below are new in-hand images for the Power-Con 2020 “Lords of Power” Five-Pack from Mattel. The images come Battleramblog.com who has done a comprehensive review of the set which you should also check out by Clicking Here. The set includes Origins figures of He-Man, Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Mer-Man and Beast-Man. These figures are based on early MOTU prototypes from the original toy line.

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31 minutes ago, JayC said:
Shown below are new in-hand images for the Power-Con 2020 “Lords of Power” Five-Pack from Mattel. The images come Battleramblog.com who has done a comprehensive review of the set which you should also check out by Clicking Here. The set includes Origins figures of He-Man, Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Mer-Man and Beast-Man. These figures are based on early MOTU prototypes from the original toy line.

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They look good but sold out!

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