ToyLand: These Masters of the Universe Figs Have the Power

Re-live your childhood with these throw back Masters of the Universe toys!

Super7 is a California based company that specialize in old school action figures and toys. Their ReAction Figures line covers favorites from the 80s and 90s – it features recreations of classic toys like these Masters of the Universe 3.75″ action figures…

Battle Armor He-Man – $15.00


Battle Armor Skeletor$15.00


Kobra Khan$15.00







Set of all Six – $90.00

There will be a new series of 7-inch deluxe figs available for pre-order early next month – including Man-E-Faces, Mer Man, Sorceress, and Tongue Lashor. If you’re a Greyskull fan, keep an eye out.

Who was your favorite character in the cartoon series?

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  • Heinz Fiction

    Sorry but where are the muscles?

  • Kayreios

    These look terrible

  • SonoftheMountain

    what is the appeal of these 80s style figures? They cost a ridiculous amount of money for something that will have no collectable value. And the classic 80’s He-Man figures looked nothing like this

    • YetAnotherFacelessMan

      Right? Where’s the rotating chest-drum of battle damage?

    • dave long island

      They prolly figure they look close enuff to the 80s versions to do the job. You can never underestimate the power of nostalgia to separate the average human from their money.

      • BrianDavion

        except they look nothing LIKE the old 80s he man figures.

        • dave long island

          You alright? Doin’ okay? Need a break? Have a nice sit down with a cup of black coffe and a Marlboro Red. You’ll feel better.

    • vlad78

      What do you have against AOS on drugs?

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    • Dusty

      Green. Super green.

    • Dennis J. Pechavar

      That is glorious!

  • zeno666

    These look awful.

    I prefer the NECA ones, they had the best looking ones by far.

    • Dennis J. Pechavar

      I think this is the series my son had. Triclops was especially cool.

      • zeno666

        Yeah, they continued the line that started with the new MotU serie (2002)

  • thegreatmoronos

    Don’t know If it’s rose tinted glasses, but I remember the ones I had as a kid being a million times better than these, they look like junk

    • AEZ

      Same.. that skeletor face… can’t have been that bad.

      • zeno666

        It was quite bad. But no, not that bad 😉

  • AEZ

    They weren’t that low on detail where they?

    • BrianDavion

      they looked nothing like this.

  • Lorditalian

    Is there a famine on Eternia?

  • Gustav

    Well, clearly times are tough on Eternia, but the real question is why these figures are ‘Ages 14+’?!?

    • Dusty

      Kids wouldn’t spend $14.99 on a doll like this?

  • Dusty

    If you liked Star Wars toys but liked He-Man instead…

    I actually kind of like them. They are kind of fun.

  • Brian Brodeur

    the recent “Classics” range is the best, but they are tough to find.

  • Vepr

    I had North Lord, War Duke, and Kelek when I was 10 from this set. What a glorious Christmas that was.

    • Dennis J. Pechavar


  • Carey_Mahoney

    No. Just no.

  • erion

    Most Pathetic Money Grab I’ve ever seen. Original He-man’s arm was bigger than these.

  • Hagwert

    Thank Christ I didn’t grow up in the 80’s , no wonder generation X’ers all grew up so bitter and full of distrust, looking at these I’m starting to see why Curt Cobain called it a day .

    • Mud_Duck

      Because these are not He-man figures, they’re more like poorly sculpted Star Wars figures. Toys of the eighties rocked! Real metals! Kung fu grips! And missiles that really shot out, like 8 feet or so! It was a glorious time to be a kid!

  • kobalt60

    Even the Chinese knock offs laugh at these figures

  • Harry_Jamieson

    Looks like every character skipped leg day.

    Generic cheap looking figures that look nothing like the original toys, or the great NECA remodels.

  • Erich Schoenholtz

    These are terrible. The originals are superior in every way. You want nostalgia? Just buy the originals. They are everywhere at Comic Book and Toy conventions.