Mattel’s Ghostbusters line appears to be winding down, and the final figure of 2012 comes in the form of Courtroom Battle Ray Stantz, complete with Tony Scholeri!
Join me for an advanced look at this upcoming figure from Mattel!
Straight from the 2012 San Diego Comic Con, here’s footage of Mattel’s Mattypalooza panel, featuring information and figure reveals for several f their lines, including Ghostbusters, WWE, DC Universe, the new Mystery line, and Masters of the Universe Classics.
Oh, and you get a first-person view of my outburst when Mosquitor is revealed. Enjoy!
Video after the jump!
As the Mattel Ghostbusters line seemingly draws to a close, San Diego Comic Con presents us with a brand new action figure of Dana as possessed by ZUUL!
Join me for an early look at this figure that will be exclusively available at the Mattel booth at SDCC this July!
Video after the jump!
Those who signed up for the ill-fated 2012 Ghostbusters Club Ecto-1 Subscription service from Mattel were told that they would be receiving a special gift after the subscriptions ended up being canned.
Those customers received an e-mail this week containing the above image letting them know that Mattel would be sending them a free Glow-in-the-Dark Slimer action figure.
Scott “ToyGuru” Neitlich from Mattel has once again posted an update video showcasing some upcoming figures from MattyCollector.com. This time we get a look at the Masters of the Universe Classics Griffin and more detailed information on Ghostbusters Dana as ZUUL.
In case you haven’t seen it yet, Scott “ToyGuru” Neitlich has once again posted a short video to show off some features on upcoming action figures. He answers questions about how the arm attachments will work on MOTU Classics Spikor and shows how the interchangeable legs work on Ghostbusters Dana.
Maybe someone can clear this up for me. Is Dana articulated at all? When she was shown to us at Toy Fair, I was under the impression that when she has her “normal” legs on, she would still have some articulation. I figured at least the head and arms still moved, and I likened this interchangeable legs feature to the most recent Slave Leia figure that Hasbro put out. I loved that figure, so thought it was cool Mattel was handling Dana the same way. However, I’ve seen a lot of people upset, saying Dana is more of a statue than a figure. So maybe I was wrong about the articulation?
As far as Spikor goes, I love the way they handled his trident. And I think it’s extra cool that the attachments use the same plug in as Trap Jaw, Roboto, and Hurricane Hordak. Definitely not something that was necessary, but col to see it included.