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2 hours ago, DiscoCougar said:

I saw Skelegod at my local Target today (Emeryville, Ca). He wasn't in the main action figure aisle, but kinda hidden in some weird endcap that was over near the baby toy section... Looked kinda neat, but no way worth $40 imo

That's strange, it was $29.99 on my Target.

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4 hours ago, DiscoCougar said:

I saw Skelegod at my local Target today (Emeryville, Ca). He wasn't in the main action figure aisle, but kinda hidden in some weird endcap that was over near the baby toy section... Looked kinda neat, but no way worth $40 imo

Mine too. Even though I'd heard it being spotted on several occasions, this thing just popped up outta nowhere in an unrelated endcap and caught my by surprise, even though there was a specific Masters area. Alas, even though it looked cool, and it actually was priced at $30, I had to pass. Seeing reviews of the other figures, these things look fantastic, but they are at a strange scale that's even out of most 7" scales. I was more hoping they'd fit in with my 6" collections or at least the MOTUC or Ultimates lines. Good on Mattel for the added value though, cuz these things are massive and that Skelegod even more so. I just don't see myself starting a collection in yet another scale.

Won't be watching the show cuz Kevin Smith screws up EVERYTHING that isn't his own creation and he proves it once again, but this is looking to be a solid toyline. I hope Mattel doesn't screw it up again by insisting to include at least one version of the main characters in each series and then go on to pack them at a 4 to 1 rate like they did to the 200X line. That was a great line and it was so heartbreaking to see the droves and droves and droves of He-Man and Skeletor clogging up the shelves until the line died, never having gotten those versions of Clawful and Clamp Champ and soo many others

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On 6/27/2021 at 9:05 PM, Roadpigmaster said:

Maybe a shinier version with back/ dark details on him and Skeletor is a dark shine purple and his face/head from the Keldor pack that looks more evil.👍👋

I could see them adding the horned helmet like the one in classics.

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Keenan sends us word that Mattel's fist wave of regular Masters of the Universe Revelation Masterverse figures have finally started showing up at Walmart stores. The image below is from a Walmart in Massachusetts. The regular figures hitting Walamart include He-Man, Skeletor, Evil Lyn and Moss Man. Walmart looks to be selling them at $20 each.

The Deluxe Skelegod and Battle Cat figures are currently hitting Target stores. All of these will be available everywhere by August.

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8 hours ago, JayC said:
Keenan sends us word that Mattel's fist wave of regular Masters of the Universe Revelation Masterverse figures have finally started showing up at Walmart stores. The image below is from a Walmart in Massachusetts. The regular figures hitting Walamart include He-Man, Skeletor, Evil Lyn and Moss Man. Walmart looks to be selling them at $20 each.

The Deluxe Skelegod and Battle Cat figures are currently hitting Target stores. All of these will be available everywhere by August.

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I want that display....🖐️😁

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3 hours ago, LordVenger said:

Ha. For real. And I’m surprised the figs aren’t already gone and on eBay. 

Check the ebay completed listings. Those figures were found in Massachusetts. There are two completed listings from Mass that sold for $200.

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Shown below is our first look at the upcoming Masters of the Universe Masterverse Revelation Deluxe Faker figure coming from Mattel. This figure is being released as a Deluxe figure and currently listed on the Walmart website, though not yet available for purchase. The cost is $29.99. The new Kevin Smith Masters of the Universe Revelation animated series will premier on Netflix on July 23rd, 2021.

Thanks to Keenan for the heads up.

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Do I see another God damned exclusive?, perhaps but I hope not, Looks interesting, I would have liked the blue skinned Faker that we all know but this is in line with the version we saw on the tv series.  

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Typo...its $29.99 but still overpriced. First its a Mattel figure not even on par with at least hasbro so its not worth $30 especially since Mattel has the reputation of offering the cheapest looking figures in retail stores. Second, all they did was spread the accessories apart to make it seem deluxe. Strangely enough, its the best looking Faker figure for my taste so I'm in for this. BUT...I'm REALLY cherry picking and going to be REALLY critical of this line in regards to determining if that version is worth picking up if Mattel is going to price regular sized figures at deluxe prices.

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Earlier today we told you about the new Masters of the Universe Masterverse Revelation Deluxe Faker figure that had been listed on the Walmart website. Well it looks like Faker isn't the only unannounced figure that has shown up there. There is also a listing for a new He-Man Deluxe figure. No images for that one so we have no idea what makes it a deluxe figure or how it will differ from the regular He-Man figure. We did get a glimpse of what appeared to be a Masterverse Oo-Lar figure last month on Amazon, so I suppose it's possible that is what this listing is for.

Beyond that Walmart has listed the Deluxe Skelegod figure and Battle Cat, neither of which are yet available for purchase. Both of those are currently showing up at Target stores.

And then finally there is a listing for Masters Of The Universe Masterverse 7-In Battle Figures which we assume is just a place holder for the first wave of regular figures which will include He-Man, Skeletor, Evil-Lyn and Moss Man. Those are already hitting physical Walmart stores now but not yet been made available for purchase online.

Mattel has said that Skelegod and Battle Cat will be available first at Target with the regular He-Man, Skeletor, Evil Lyn and Moss Man going to Walmart first. Everyone else will be able to offer these by August. As for Faker, and the Deluxe He-Man, we don't know when or where we might see those first since Mattel has yet to officially announce them.
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THANKS FOR THE MOTU UPDATES JAYC! YOU'RE MY FAVORITE TOY NEWS/YouTube toy guy. Been using your site for the news for decades!

I wonder if that mystery heman deluxe will be Battle Armor. So crazy how Faker isn't worth $29.99 but damn that version definitely interests me. I feel like the origins line might end soon. Targets all around me have decreased their origins orders because its peg warming and the skysled is flooding shelf space even at the discounted price. So I'm wondering if masterverse will also just last a couple of years as well which is another reason why ill buy a $30 faker as I don't mind getting whatever figs I like are released from a possibly short lived motu line.

 

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4 hours ago, ChrisMOTUFAN said:

THANKS FOR THE MOTU UPDATES JAYC! YOU'RE MY FAVORITE TOY NEWS/YouTube toy guy. Been using your site for the news for decades!

I wonder if that mystery heman deluxe will be Battle Armor. So crazy how Faker isn't worth $29.99 but damn that version definitely interests me. I feel like the origins line might end soon. Targets all around me have decreased their origins orders because its peg warming and the skysled is flooding shelf space even at the discounted price. So I'm wondering if masterverse will also just last a couple of years as well which is another reason why ill buy a $30 faker as I don't mind getting whatever figs I like are released from a possibly short lived motu line.

 

I think that version is worth the money... Many MOTU fans will buy it including me.😀✌️

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Thaaaaaat is looking badass. Wow. I really wanted to resist this line. They are making it reallly hard. The small heads aren’t even phasing me that much now. It’s the regular He-man head sculpt that still bother me(too cutesy), but, we know there are going to be plenty more versions with head sculpts I’ll probably like. The show trailer is looking sweet. Yipes I think they got me. All these figs will be on BBTS soon too? If so, damn they got me. 

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Whoa Destro is secretly Faker? 😆 , yeah it's cool but It's not blue so it weirds me out, yeah I know if Faker was really trying to fake people out, it's a dead give away if he's blue, so this seems more accurate to a real world scenario, but the Blue is so iconic, and that was the fun of it...how was anyone convinced of him being he-man if he was blue..if my buddy showed up at my house and he was blue I'd be like...uh no you must be a faker!

 

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On 7/6/2021 at 7:47 PM, JayC said:
Shown below is our first look at the upcoming Masters of the Universe Masterverse Revelation Deluxe Faker figure coming from Mattel. This figure is being released as a Deluxe figure and currently listed on the Walmart website, though not yet available for purchase. The cost is $29.99. The new Kevin Smith Masters of the Universe Revelation animated series will premier on Netflix on July 23rd, 2021.

Thanks to Keenan for the heads up.

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I got turned off by the size of He-man's head but here the shiny, steely head seems to fit the mold for a robot. I actually like this more than the Masterverse He-man and Skeletor. Still deciding which to get.

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Our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com has both wave 1 and 2 of the new Master Of The Universe Revelation Masterverse figures from Mattel available for pre-order.

Wave 1 includes He-Man, Skeletor, Evil Lyn and Moss Man

Wave 2 includes Beast Man, Spikor, Man-At-Arms and Teela

BBTS says they will have wave 1 in hand this month and wave 2 in September.
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4 hours ago, JayC said:
Our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com has both wave 1 and 2 of the new Master Of The Universe Revelation Masterverse figures from Mattel available for pre-order.

Wave 1 includes He-Man, Skeletor, Evil Lyn and Moss Man

Wave 2 includes Beast Man, Spikor, Man-At-Arms and Teela

BBTS says they will have wave 1 in hand this month and wave 2 in September.

Oh nice... I may go that route if I don't see anything around here in at the stores...😀👍

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Looks like Mattel has yet another Deluxe figure planned for their new Masters of the Universe Revelation Masterverse line. Earlier this week we told you about the upcoming Deluxe Faker and Deluxe He-Man figures, and now we have another listing found on the Walmart website for a Deluxe Tri-Klops figure. The listing actual reads as Triclops, so I don't know if that is a typo of the characters name or a deliberate spelling.

Counting the already released Deluxe Skelegod figure, this would make for the fourth Deluxe figure being released in the line so far. Fifth if you also want to count Battle Cat which is technically listed as a deluxe figure though I don't really consider him a regular figure. Like the other Deluxe figures, this new Tri-Klops figure is being listed with a $29.99 price.

Since Walmart doesn't have any images posted for Tri-Klops yet, we can only speculate that perhaps the figure will be sporting the weird cult like garb he is seen wearing in the most recent trailer for the upcoming Revelation Netflix series. Of course only time will tell.

 

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Looks like ole Tri-Clops got a pretty significant overhaul. But I guess that's the entire point of a "Masterverse" where they can basically pull any version of a character or alternate version of a character and turn it into action figure goodness. It's good for the longevity of a toy line. That is assuming Mattel can manage to avoid the same mistake of packing He-Man, Skeletor, and now Teela (I guess) at a rate of 4 to 1 over any new characters, which is what ruined the 200X line. From the looks of the way the Origins line is being distributed I'm not gonna hold my breath.

This is such a hard line not to get into, but I'm gonna have to resist picking it up. Had it been in scale with at least the MOTUC line I woulda been sold.

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