Guest Review > New Adventures He-Man (Masters of the Universe Classics, Mattel) by RZ

The following is a guest review. It does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Poe Ghostal or the staff of PoeGhostal.com. By the time I began to collect as an adult, the 1990 He-Man toy line was largely forgotten, and only really remembered by the truly hardcore. I’ve owned tons of He-Man toys, figures, books, […]

Odds ‘n Ends > Halloween begins, S.H.MonsterArts AvP, random plugs

It’s Halloween season! For as much holiday fun as can be fit into a blog, be sure you’re following Dinosaur Dracula, the current blog of Matt Caracappa, one of the minds behind the late, great X-Entertainment.com. Oh, and be sure to keep an eye around here as well, of course. Pixel Dan has three new video […]

Guest Review > The Spirit of Hordak (Masters of the Universe Classics, Mattel) by Hellz Hoardax

The following is a guest review. The opinions do not necessarily reflect those of Poe Ghostal or the staff of Poeghostal.com. It’s been a big year for Hordak. Not only did we learn, via the contentious DC one-shot comic “The Origin Of Hordak,” that cosmic enforcer Zodac was (spoiler – see below *), but we […]

Tons of Four Horsemen News

There has been a metric crap-ton of Four Horsemen news over the last week or so. Where to start? I guess I’ll start with Power-Con, since that’s just wrapped up. For those that don’t know, Power-Con is the Masters of the Universe / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Thundercats convention, run by many folks that […]

Odds ‘n Ends > CollectionDX Summit, Club Eternia goes through, Poe’s Ravens pledge, the return of toy magazine

For any New England-based Poesters, I’ll be attending the CollectionDX Summit this Saturday afternoon in Dracut, MA. If you’re interested in attending, you can check it out here (and please RSVP if you decide to go). The 2014 Club Eternia subscription went through at 115%. Now we can all start gearing up for next year’s […]

Four Horsemen ride to the subs’ rescue

I find it interesting that the Four Horsemen are releasing a statement urging collectors to subscribe for established licenses like MOTU and DC Comics, while their own, highly transparent “thermometer”  for a project featuring a homegrown license with absolutely no media backing it up has hit 300%. (Statement after the jump.) Maybe there’s a big difference […]