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Masters of the Universe Origins New Eternia Playset From Mattel Revealed?!?


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An image has leaked out early from the Mattel booth at SDCC showing this New Eternia playset on display with Masters of the Universe Origins figures and vehicles being displayed on it. It's unclear at this time if this will be a new Origins playset released by Mattel or just something they have out to show off their Origins line. When more details become available once the Con officially opens later today we will be sure to update you. The New Eternia was the biggest playset Mattel did during the original line and a complete mint one is considered to be a holly grail by collectors. Looks like there may be some new Origins Snake-Men figures in there and a New Adventures of He-Man figure as well.

Just earlier today we had reported how Mattel had confirmed there would be a Masterverse playset coming as well.

 

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While details are still scarce, Mattel has posted images on the MattelCreations website confirming the Masters of the Universe Origins Eternia playset as well as a Camo Khan figure some kind of He-Man 40th Anniversary 4-pack and Masters of the Universe Fall Guys crossover figures. These look like items that will soon be available for purchase on the Crerations website.

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Earlier today we told you how Mattel had put a teaser image up on the MattelCreations website for what is listed as a He-Man 40th Anniversary 4-Pack. Well now thanks to Pixel-Dan we have details on what figures will be featured in this set which will be Origins based. The set will contain an original He-Man, New Adventures He-Man, 200x He-Man and He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe He-Man.

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Shown are images of the MOTU product from the Mattel booth at the 2022 San Diego Comic Con. You can check out the latest reveals for the Masterverse, Origins and He-Man And The Masters of the Universe lines below.

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Yesterday Mattel held a Masters of the Universe panel at their 2022 San Diego Comic Con booth where they debuted several new products. For the Materverse line they showed for the first time their Revelations Evil-Lyn as the Sorceress and Roboto.

For the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Netfilx series they brought out their Castle Grayskull playset which had been announced earlier in the year.

Finally for the Origins line which will be focusing on the Rise Of The Snake Men theme with new packaging will see new figures including King Hiss, Rattlor, Snake-Armor He-Man, Bolt-Man (Sun-Man) and Camo Kahn which will be released as a MattelCreations exclusive. Check out looks at them below via Pixel-Dan.

 

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15 hours ago, MagnaPrime said:

Any idea what is up with all these insane exclusives?  Seriously, no 40th anniversary skeletor for wide release?  It's like they are allergic to money with all these exclusives 

 

6 hours ago, Eldervampire said:

Seriously...I love the direction the origins line is going...a few minor complaints with choices for releases..but meh. But making BOTH Grizzlor exclusives? That's insane...what are you thinking Mattel? 

Great question.  Mattel creations is in my opinion  the worst buying experience out there.  I often wonder why they allow these types of consumer frustrations to drive people away from their products. 

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1 hour ago, Lord_Scareglow said:

Thankfully I'm good on that 4 Pack of He-Mans, Eternia Playset looks insane, but I don't have a place for that, gimme Snake Mountain and I'm good happy we are seeing some Rattlor, Cobra Khan and King Hiss.

 

I'm in the same boat with you. Not getting Eternia, because of the space but will pull the trigger when Snake Mountain is released...😃✌️

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When the Mattel team puts this up for preorder I really hope the provide some exact dimensions on it that way we can spend that year they spend making it figuring out where we’re going to display it.  
 

I current have pretty much every toy line playset I’ve ever been interested in, in one of my toy rooms and thus have gotten down to the point where there are only 2 left I’m looking for—vintage Eternia, and Volcan Rock from Power Lords.  And in the case of the latter I’ve sort of resigned myself to the idea that I may not get it due to space as other collections such as TMNT and Thundercats have continued to expand and take up more room where I could have put a Power Lords playset.  But Eternia is one I still need and when I built my display cabinets I specifically measured the shelves on my largest MOTU cabinet so it could fit Eternia on my primary vintage shelf.  Now I’m wondering if I should move my vintage line somewhere else on display and give that large shelf to origins (origins is on track to surpass the vintage line in terms of numbers of figures and they keep adding more playsets and vehicles). I’ll still be hoping to add a vintage Eternia one day just to have a complete vintage line but who knows when/if that will happen.  The thing is this new Eternia based on eyeballing it in the display looks like it might be slightly taller as Mattel has added a couple of features lacking from the vintage one.  So I’m not sure my shelf on this cabinet will provide enough clearance if it is in fact slightly taller

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