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MattyCollector SDCC Exclusives Reveals Day 5: Mini Masters and Batusi Batman

It’s Day 5 of the San Diego Comic Con Exclusives reveals from Mattel, and I must say I’m quite excited about this one! The Mini Masters are coming!

From MattyCollector.com:

Masters of the  Universe® Classics Mini He-Man® & Skeletor® Figures

Great  things come in small packages! At long last, the fan demanded mini versions of  He-Man® and Skeletor®… in a foldout mini Castle Grayskull® diorama package!  Each figure has six points of articulation at the arms, legs, waist and neck,  and comes with snap-on accessories such as a power sword, shield and havoc  staff. He-Man® features a shield with traditional j-hook, allowing it to be  held out in front instead of clipped onto his arm!

This product will be available for pre-order at  MattyCollector.com on June 4, 2013, to be picked up at San Diego Comic-Con  (details to come). It will also be available for purchase at the show, then at  MattyCollector.com on August 5, 2013.

Pixel Dan’s Thoughts:

The Mini Masters were first shown to us a few years ago at San Diego Comic Con. There were several mini figures based on Masters of the Universe characters placed int he display cases. Fans seemed incredibly interested, but Mattel had no plans to actually release them at the time. I am very excited to see that Mattel has finally found a way to get these figures released. Looks like they are tying them to the game app, which is a cool idea. I love mini figures, and I think it’s cool to have different styles and scales of MOTU characters to collect. I’m all in for these, and I hope there are more to come!

From MattyCollector.com:

BATMAN Classic TV  Series BatmanBatusi Batman

It’s  the dance craze that swept the nation! For the first time ever, this Batusi Batman™  figure recreates the iconic dance from the BATMAN Classic TV series! Sculpted  with authentic likeness and featuring a fabric cape, this figure has unique  articulation and an internal mechanism that allows it to perform the Batusi.  The diorama package features vintage-look art from Shag, and a sound feature plays  music with a ‘60s vibe to perfectly capture the scene where Batman™  shows off his unique Batusi moves. The package is  designed so the Batusi dance moves can be activated without removing the  figure.

This  product will be available for pre-order at MattyCollector.com on June 4, 2013,  to be picked up at San Diego Comic-Con (details to come). It will also be  available for purchase at the show, then at MattyCollector.com on August 5,  2013.

Pixel Dan’s Thoughts:

This one was actually revealed yesterday, and I missed it somehow. So I apologize for my lateness. This is a pretty neat looking exclusive, in my opinion. Like I said yesterday, it’s obvious Mattel is going all-in with the 60’s Batman licensing rights. This is a silly pack, but makes total sense as an exclusive. I’ll grab one, and I’m anxious to check out the features of the packaging.

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  • Burgl3cut says:

    Hey! Here we go. Admittedly the following statements are completely biased. Mattel actually hit a homer with these. The Comet Warriors were nice and a surprise, but just seemed like collection add-ons for me. Shazam with the ridiculous hood was a stinker. Catwoman Barbie and the two hot wheels were neato bandito, but no big deal as I collect neither. But here we have something worth going to the convention.

    The mini-Masters are cute, kichy, and give a delightful tongue-in-cheek nod to the exaggerated muscle men of the original line. Fantastic!

    The Batman is awesome. I especially like that the figure actually looks like Adam West doing his dance and not a comic book rendition of him. Well done, Mattel. Well done.

  • JalHordan says:

    Im a sucker for all things exclusive! I love them all! (Some more than others…)

    Pixel Dan,

    What other figures from the line have you seen from the Mini Masters?

  • calciferboheme says:

    Batman will be mine for sure, The BSG and Masters stuff will depend on money issues by that point. I'm excited all the same 🙂

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