Odds ‘n Ends > Amazon SDCC contest, WWE meets MOTU, Warlords & Warriors

  • Amazon is having a contest on their Facebook page for a pretty awesome SDCC Exclusives prize pack. If you win and don’t want the Godzilla exclusive, you know where to find me.
  • Pixel-Dan reports that WWE.com will soon have a weekly “WWE meets MOTU” feature on Thursdays, showing Masters of the Universe action figures tangling with WWE wrestlers (figures, not actual wrestlers). That’s…cool? But kinda weird, too? I still think Mattel should let Triple H dress up as He-Man for an event.
  • I picked up the first issue of the official He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic from DC. I’ll have a review up soon. Anyone else pick it up? Thoughts?
  • USA Today also had an article on MOTU and its 30th anniversary recently, which also reveals the cover to the third minicomic.
  • You may, like me, have also missed this interview with the Four Horsemen about Draego-Man.
  • Check out this interview over at Infinite Hollywood with the folks behind the vintage-licious Warlords and Warriors indie toy line.
  • PGPoA Power Pal PrfktTear has a review of He-Ro over at Doomkick.
  • I just know I’m forgetting something…

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  • I bought & read the new DC He-Man comic, &… well… I'd say it was a bit of a juvenile read, & I did not like how Adam found some courage seemingly instantaneously. I'd never read anything from James Robinson before, & I know he has a good rep, so I'll be patient, but as of right now, the word "disappointing" comes to mind…

    • I'd have to agree. Aside from a nice looking full page image of Beastman I was thoroughly unimpressed. The writing was especially lacking and a lot of the sequentials seemed confusing and lacked flow especially during the fight scene.

  • NECA's spring-loaded Robocop was shown at TNI.
    Also, I don't know if you have mentioned this here, but Action Figure Displays went kaput 🙁