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  1. Mattel, Inc. and Rec Room announced a partnership today bringing the iconic Masters of the Universe (MOTU) to Rec Room, the leading virtual world, games, and user-generated content platform. Starting December 15 through January 15, Rec Room players on all platforms can head to the Rec Center to find a photo booth and the MOTU pop-up shop, where they can dress up as their favorite characters, He-Man, Skeletor and Teela, and find out if they DO have the power by equipping their very own Power Sword! Full avatar costumes for He-Man, Skeletor, and Teela will be available for purchase for a limited time from the pop-up shop in the Rec Center and from the Rec Room store through March 31. Each costume is made of three unique pieces that will also be sold individually, such as He-Man’s hair, outfit, and bracelets, while players can also purchase a Power Sword for their avatar separately. Players can then take their new avatar items to take photos with Teela, He-Man, and Skeletor while Castle Grayskull looms behind them. Wear the right combo of outfits and the three will give words of encouragement or evil comments through the Rec Room catalyst event system. The Masters of the Universe event will be available across all Rec Room platforms from December 15 to January 15. These limited-time MOTU items make a great holiday gift for He-Man fans everywhere, and can be given through Rec Room Gift Cards, available now on Rec.net and at select retailers. Gift cards can be redeemed at recroom.com/redeem for Rec Room Tokens and Rec Room+ Memberships.
  2. I’ve been collecting for about 5 years included in the collection are Hasbro/ marvel select/Mezco/Mattel/play arts kai/ mafex/ neca/toy biz/ dc direct/ dc collectibles/ four horseman/ boss fight/Bandai/McFarlane toys/ funko/ figures toy co./ kotobukiya art fx/ amazing yamaguchi
  3. I made this Filmation inspired Trap Jaw using parts from ROE Kronis, WWE MOTU Steve Austin, and finally a head cast of the MOTU Classics Filmation sculpt. Hope you enjoy this, press like and leave feedback. Thanks for looking. More to come.
  4. Here's my Secret Wars style "Back in Action" He-Man and Skeletor. Okay, this needs a little set up. I was inspired to put this together after seeing Mattel Creations using the Secret Wars molds to bring back some of their 60s and 70s properties in a mail order "Back in Action" line. I thought it would be fun to add their most profitable boy's toy venture to the mix. Both are made using various Secret Wars figures and hydro shrunk casts of the Classics heads.
  5. MOTU Origins Vultak! I made Vultak using a MOTU Origins Skeletor base with arms from ROE Keldor. The vest is from a WWE MOTU Randy Savage, and the wings are from a DC Multiverse Hawkman. Lastly the head is a cast from the classics figure. Hope you enjoy, hit like and leave feedback. Thanks for looking.
  6. Here's my take on a MOTU Origins White Ninja, Slamurai. It was made using a cast of the Ninjor classics head from MOTU Plastic Curves shop, MOTU Origins Prince Adam torso, arms, and upper legs, with John Cena WWE MOTU lower legs. The vest is from Jitsu. Thanks for looking. hope you enjoy and leave feedback. More Masters to come.
  7. Here's my MOTU Origins Plundor the Spoiler. Ruler of the planet Tyrannus, the Evil Bunny is obsessed with becoming the wealthiest being in the universe. He is a master of chemistry and robotics and has an army of evil robot rabbit minions at his disposal (hmm,,,wonder if they can be too far behind?) Plundor was made using a "Naked Stratos" base body with MOTU WWE Ricky Steamboat lower arms, ROE Keldor boots, and the MOTU Classics Plundor head. Finally the armor is from a Vintage MOTU Tri-Klops.
  8. I believe my collecting started with Motu as a kid in the 80's. I collected Transformers, Toybiz Marvel, and TMNT. Teen years I started on Marvel Legends and Mcfarlane Toys and some Transformers Alternators. Present day I'm collecting Neca Tmnt along with various horror and movie figures, collecting Transformers WFC line, some Jakks gaming figures, Jurrasic Park figures, some Star Wars Mando, and some Marvel Legends. Also I have an X plus Godzilla figure. Anyway, I cant list everything but I also love doing bandai model kits too. But here I'm gonna highlight the brand that started it all.
  9. The King of the Impossible, was made using the head, hands, and waist band from the recent Neca figure with a base body from various WWE MOTU figures. Also, as a side note this is based on the Mattel version of the character and the slightly inaccurate color scheme they chose to use. I went with more vibrant colors as that is what Mattel is currently doing in their Origins line,with the characters they've made.
  10. Here's my take on a MOTU Origins "The Phantom". I used the recent Neca figures Head,hands,and belt and added them to an MOTU Origins base. Hope you enjoy and leave feedback. As always,more to come.
  11. The Masterverse figs have some really excellent sculpt work, but the glossy finish and lack of paint suppresses them. This is just a repainting of some parts completely (face, staff, some of the leathers), picking out some details and pin washes for rivets and musculature etc.
  12. My homage to some of the greatest box art of all time. I never had any of the MOTU stuff growing up, but I would pour over the box art in the toy aisles.
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