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Masters Of The Universe

Masters Of The Universe

Masters Of The Universe action figures .
All Masters Of The Universe figures from Mattel

Created by Mattel in 1981, the 'Masters of the Universe' toyline was first released as 5 1/2 inch actie figuren in 1982 (as opposed to the 3 3/4 inch size used by Kenner Star Wars and Hasbro's G.I. Joe). Brief descriptions of the characters would appear on t...

Masters Of The Universe action figures .
All Masters Of The Universe figures from Mattel

Created by Mattel in 1981, the 'Masters of the Universe' toyline was first released as 5 1/2 inch actie figuren in 1982 (as opposed to the 3 3/4 inch size used by Kenner Star Wars and Hasbro's G.I. Joe). Brief descriptions of the characters would appear on the toyline's unique packaging and box art (with illustrations by Errol McCarthy, William George and others); however, the lore of Masters of the Universe would really first be explored through minicomics that accompanied the toys through the duration line. The two main characters, He-Man (the muscular blonde hero and most powerful man in the universe) and his arch-enemy Skeletor (the blue-skinned, skull-faced master of evil and sorcery) were the first released in action figure form, along with other core characters of the entire series; Man-At-Arms (He-man's friend and scientific master of weapons), Beast Man (Skeletor's master of beasts and main henchman) and Battle Cat (He-Man's large green, Tiger-like companion).

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  • The New Adventures of He-Man

    The New Adventures of He-Man action figures .
    All The New Adventures of He-Man figures from Mattel.

    The New Adventures of He-Man is an American animated series which ran in syndication in the fall of 1990 while Mattel released the toy line He-Man, an update of their Masters of the Universe line. The cartoon series was intended to be a continuation of Filmation's He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series. Filmation had gone defunct a year earlier and this series was meant to add more episodes to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, which itself was in syndication at the time.

  • Masters Of The Universe (1982-1988)
    Masters Of The Universe (1982-1988) action figures .
    All Masters Of The Universe (1982-1988) figures from Mattel

    Created by Mattel in 1981, the 'Masters of the Universe' toyline was first released as 5 1/2 inch actie figuren in 1982 (as opposed to the 3 3/4 inch size used by Kenner Star Wars and Hasbro's G.I. Joe). Brief descriptions of the characters would appear on the toyline's unique packaging and box art (with illustrations by Errol McCarthy, William George and others); however, the lore of Masters of the Universe would really first be explored through minicomics that accompanied the toys through the duration line. The two main characters, He-Man (the muscular blonde hero and most powerful man in the universe) and his arch-enemy Skeletor (the blue-skinned, skull-faced master of evil and sorcery) were the first released in action figure form, along with other core characters of the entire series; Man-At-Arms (He-man's friend and scientific master of weapons), Beast Man (Skeletor's master of beasts and main henchman) and Battle Cat (He-Man's large green, Tiger-like companion).
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe...

    He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Club Grayskull) action figures .
    All He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Club Grayskull) figures from MattyCollector.com.

    In 2016 Masters of the Universe Classics was accompanied by an additional toyline, featuring designs and characters from the Filmation cartoon series. These were also sold on Mattel's webstore MattyCollector.com.

  • Masters Of The Universe Mini Comics
    Masters Of The Universe Mini Comics.
    All Masters Of The Universe Mini Comics van Mattel

    All of the original Mattel action figures came with minicomics that told stories involving the characters, with 49 distinct comics being issued from 1981 until 1987. In the earliest series, featuring the original four minicomics made by Mattel (written by Donald F. Glut with artwork by Alfredo Alcala).
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