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Masters of the Universe Classics Walkthrough with Scott “ToyGuru” Neitlich at New York Toy Fair 2014

Pixel Dan catches up with Scott Neitlich at the 2014 New York Toy Fair to discuss Masters of the Universe Classics!




  • Dolfanar says:

    Really appreciate the clarifications on the shipping options. Thanks Dan!

  • Frequincy says:

    Awesome reveals! I'm getting a POP sub. I'd be onboard for a 12 inch line of the original 8-backs at $100 tops. Cool idea!

  • TMC1984 says:

    always the highlight of the conventions for me … the TG/PD walk through!!! …

    i actually think light hope looks really cool, and i don't even like POP! … although i did think it was an '87 movie god skeletor when i first glanced at it!!! (joy to disappointment in about 10 seconds haha!!) …

    the jumbo vintage line sounds really cool, although it's a little too big in scale for me … not sure id enjoy collecting them to be honest … still, the skeletor prototype looks amazing … and action-features!!!

    thanks dan!!!

  • AdamVerde says:

    Hmmmm…. Battle Lion + PINK paint = Clawdeen in '16???? Fingers crossed 😉

    It'd be nice to see a NINJOR figure before this line wraps.

    Looks like Rio also doesn't have the visor/viewfinder that connects his two shoulder guns 🙁

    My $0.02 on the 12" possibles: I'd love seeing VINTAGE STYLE products with ball joint hips, rather than rubber bands, but there's not much play value in that size – Panthor would have to be 2 feet long and Skeletor would be like the Stay-Puff marshmallow man next to Grayskull. Plus I can't swing 100 bucks X 6-8 figures. I'd much rather see this style in 5"-7" at RETAIL. I'd drop $20-25 per figure (with good paint apps and all the proper accessories) a-la the Star Wars Black 6" comparable products.

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