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  1. Mattel's new Masters of the Universe Origins line while seemingly widely liked by collectors has also been a source of frustration for many. The line started seeing release at the beginning of the year, but only at Walmart stores. Of course in typical Walmart fashion, many stores got little to no stock for these figures and carried in very low numbers online. Suffice to say, finding the figures to actually be able to buy up until this point has been challenging to say the least. Originally it was said by Mattel that Walmart would have exclusive first dibs on the line for one year, but we are starting to see indications that November is when everyone will be able to start carrying the line. Our first indication came the other day when we told you how a Florida based online distributor had started listing new Masters of the Universe Origins products including listings for a unannounced Masters of the Universe Origins Castle Grayskull playset which had a November release date listed. Then yesterday we began hearing reports of Masters of the Universe Origins products showing up in the Target computer system which included that Castle Grayskull playset showing a $75 price point. Now Amazon.com has started taking pre-orders for Masters of the Universe Origins figures with a November 15 release date. Man-At-Arms Evil-Lynn Teela Scare-Glow Man-E-Faces Orko - Is being sold by the Amazon Global Store right now Beast Man And my guess more will be showing up there soon.
  2. Mattel through their MattelCreations site has announced they will be doing a Masters of the Universe Shogun Mech Skeletor figure. This will be offered in celebration of the Mattel's 1970's line of Shogun Warriors figures. It's unknown at this time what scale the Skeletor figure will be done in. Stay-tuned for more details on this to come soon.
  3. I thought it was about time for the Joe's to enter the MOTU Origins universe. Zartan, Master of Disquise and Leader of the evil swamp dwelling Dreadnoks. Was made using the torso, arms, and chest plate from a Masters of the WWE Universe Roddy Piper. The legs are a combo of both Kane (upper) and Braun Strowman (lower), and lastly the head is a heavily modified Sting. Other mods were made using apoxie sculpt and the shoulder pads belong to a 90s animated Toy Biz Iron Man figure.
  4. He-man revelations base with select Bucky face and Origins hair.
  5. Custom Scareglow, I used a Neca base with glow in the dark paint.
  6. I used a select Beast for the base and the origins for the head
  7. These are the last three shipments I got from BBTS (except Zartan who I meant to put in the last one). From left to right that's Lightning Collection Mighty Morphin' Green Ranger, Ultimate Battle Damaged City Hunter and Guardian Predators, Classified Series Zartan, Roadblock, Flint, and Lady Jaye, Studio Series 86 Hot Rod and Scourge, Kingdom Inferno, Dinobot, and Ractonite, Action Toys Machine Robo Blue Jet Robo, and finally Origins Fisto, Clamp Champ, LoP Mer-Man, 200x Evil-Lyn, Battle-Cat, and Wind Raider.
  8. With the release of the Micro Masters of the Universe figures hitting Dollar Tree stores now, I thought why not combine the He-Man and Skeletor figures and make that robotic menace, Faker. I simply cut the Skeletor's head, hands, and torso off at the waist. Then attached that to the He-man figure, attaching his head, hands, and waist. And finally used a tiny amount of apoxie sculpt to fill in the gaps. The rest was just paint. Hope you enjoy the inexpensive $2 custom.
  9. Motu collection club Grayskull, Motu classics, Motu origins. Filmation collection is a mix of Matty collector and club Grayskull 2.0. Tried to get every character they make that appeared in the 83-85 cartoon. Except granamyr, way too expensive lol. If anyone knows of a figure they make that scales with these that appeared in the filmation he man cartoon that I don’t have please let me know other is the new origins line…
  10. For the past year the only place in the US where you could get Mattel's new Masters of the Universe Origins figures was Walmart. We knew sometime in 2021 other retailers would be allowed to start carrying the line, but from what I am told you can expect pre-orders to go live as early as midnight tonight at places like our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. I don't have an exact list of whats going up tonight, but It looks like things will be kicking off with new product pre-orders as opposed to just the stuff that was already released through Walmart last year. It was my original understanding that the stuff that has already been released at Walmart would eventually be released everywhere as well, but when that is made available for pre-order is not yet clear to me. Stay-tuned for more details on this as they become available.
  11. MOTU Origins Lodar. I made this Gladiator from the vintage series mini comic, "Slave City" using mostly MOTWWE Universe parts including the shoulder pads which belonged to the Braun Strowman figure, and a custom head cast of the Lodar MOTU Classics figure from Plastic Curves. Other bits like the spiked arm bands, come from Spawn figures that I had in my parts bin. I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to leave feedback.
  12. Here's my custom MOTU Origins Spawn. Spawn was made using a Master's of the WWE Universe Seth Rollins as a base figure. With various Spawn figures including the Mortal Kombat 11 gold series figure for costume add on's. The head is a resin cast of said figure. I hope you enjoy this, and feel free to leave feedback.
  13. With one magic word. Shazam! Captain Marvel joins the fight in my Masters of the Universe Origins line of custom Superheroes. Made from various MOTU Origins and the simarly styled sister line Masters of the WWE Universe figures. Apoxie sculpt was used for costume details such as the arm braces, belt, chest flap, and the boot tops. The cape is from a DC Direct First Appearance Captain Marvel. And lastly the head is a resin cast of MOTU Classics Molarr. I hope you enjoy this one as it's my personal favorite from the heroes that I've made. Of course, I'm a little biased as the Big Red Cheese is also my favorite from the DC Universe stable of characters.
  14. Here's everything I got in the last few deliveries from BBTS. That's Loosecollector's Lady Death, Cyclion Type Lavender figure from Good Smile (really glad to have an original transforming robot figure), Kingdom Airazor, SS 86 Deluxe Jazz, Blur, and Kup, Origins Battle Armor Skeletor, Panthor, and Scareglow, and Black Series Thrawn, Asajj Ventress, Hunter, Crosshair, an Elite Squad Trooper, and Marvel Legends movie Venom.
  15. Continuing my series of superheroes using the MOTU Origins and Masters of the WWE Universe interchangeable parts, Here's my custom Batman. I based his colors design off of the 84 Super Powers figure. The head is from a 90s Knight Force (I believe) figure that I had in my parts bin and the cape and belt are from the DC Direct Reactivated release of a previous figure. I plan on contiuning with more Justice League members to follow.
  16. With the hassle of trying to find the Target exclusive Rise of Evil set and striking out, I decided to make my own. Keldor is made from a Skeletor figure with a head cast of the MOTUC figure from Plastic Curves. While Kronis is my own design that uses a He-Man body, with Trap Jaw boots, along with John Cena armor and add ons from my scrap bin, with the MOTUC head cast from Plastic Curves. I hope you enjoy them both and feel free to drop a line and let me know what you think.
  17. Today I got WFC Kingdom Leader Megatron and Voyager Cyclonus, Action Toys Buggy Robo (Machine Robo counterpart of Go-Bots BuggyMan), and Origins Landshark. I'm a big fan of Beast Wars and the 86 movie, so this was another one I was really looking forward to. By the way if you aren't familiar with it this Buggy Robo is from Action Toys line based on Machine Robo: Revenge Of Cronos which are basically cheaper and smaller scale masterpiece figures.
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