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Super7 today put out a little blurb on their Social Media announcing they would be doing products based on the 80's property Silverhawks. Right now they seem to be mainly just pushing things like apparel to drinkware that they have up on their website, but they do mention they will be doing figures of some type. Whether it will be 3 3/4" ReAction, 7" Ultimates or both remains unknown for now. We will be sure to update this story when more details become available.
Pixel-Dan has posted a second interview with Super7's Brian Flynn, this time with the focus being on the recent Ultimates licenses they announced this week including Godzilla, Power Rangers, Transformers and Silverhawks. In the interview Flynn confirms they can do all the Toho monsters for their Ultimates line except King and Mega-Kong. Also Gamera is off the table because he isn't owned by Toho. Also in the interview Flynn confirms they will be doing both ReAction and 7" Ultimates for the Silverhawks brand. See the whole interview below.
Super7 today posted this image teasing a number of new licenses they will be working on in 2021. They say that next Monday will start The Super7 Days of Teasers when they'll be sharing new licenses and product announcements. From the image they posted below we can make out the first line as ThunderCats. We already told you yesterday how it seemed pretty clear and Ultimates 7" Thundertank was coming. The second line which is mostly pink is unclear to me what that could be. The third line is clearly for Silverhawks. We will probably end up seeing both Ultimates and ReActi
There is no denying that the 80's was a great time for cartoons and action figures based on those cartoons. The decade produced a lot of classic properties, some of which are still active today. The three most well known, arguably are G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Transformers and Masters of the Universe. Still there are many properties from the 80's that developed decent size fan followings, but have never really been brought back for a major modern toy line. One of the most notable properties that fits that description is M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand), which is currently he