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SDCC 2012: Masters of the Universe Classics Display

Here’s a look at Mattel’s Masters of the Universe Classics display before the Mattypalooza panel on Friday!

The red carpet was certainly rolled out for the 30th anniversary of MOTU. The booth is decked out in wonderful artwork, diorama figure displays, a huge Castle Grayskull entrance, and even had She-Ra and Battleground Teela ready to pose for pictures with fans!

Click on through to check out the album! And stay tuned, because there will certainly be many new figures added after Friday’s panel!

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6 Comments

  • He-Maniac says:

    Most important weapons pack ever sold. Must have it!

  • TMC1984 says:

    that vintage-poster style display is so so cool!!! …

    DB skeletor looks beyond awesome too 🙂 …

  • kpac says:

    Where's Mosquitor?!

  • ToMoUK1978 says:

    So Dan now you have your Mosquitor can you get on to Mattel to make Two-Bad

  • I NEED the walk-through! I pretty much have to bow-out of MOTUC due to the price increase, but I'm still excited to see your annual walk-through with TG.

  • He-Maniac says:

    I told myself if they did Ram Man in 2013 I would buy the 2013 sub, so they got me for one more year. I really excited about Procrustus. I haven’t seen any pictures from the back of him though. Fang Man, Mosquitor, Granamyr, Jitsu, and Rattlor were on my want list. Too awesome!
    I just need the rest of the Snakemen, Two Bad and Lord Masque to be made. Although I would like to see all the Filmation stuff these I are my must-haves.
    Can’t wait to see what else is in store for 2013!

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