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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by the dirty digger on Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:30 am

Sledge Hammer! wrote:Ahhh, Wikipedia...

...is there anything you don't know!?

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sam on Mon Aug 23, 2010 12:46 pm

I doesn't know my shoe size.

^_^

Orko and adam arrived today! very cool but like all of us, wish it had the holster on back. But very cool none the less!


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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Xenaphobia on Mon Aug 23, 2010 1:47 pm

My Prince Adam also arrived today!

I haven't opened it up yet. I like to enjoy the thrill of receiving the figures before opening them and discovering the loose joints and other QC issues.

Despite Toyguru's comments to the contrary, my Orko has poor paint applications on his ears.

Looking forward to receiving re-issue Trap-Jaw in the next 3 weeks or so. My MOTUC figures are definitely starting to feel (and look) like a "real" collection these days.

Cheers.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by The Dr Of Style on Mon Aug 23, 2010 3:20 pm

I always remember Cannon Fodder on the Amiga....great game

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Dabigfella on Mon Aug 23, 2010 3:48 pm

Out of my 2 Adams I got quite good qc, the one on my shelf now has great ankle joints.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sledge Hammer! on Thu Aug 26, 2010 7:47 am

Matty's sale schedule for the next three months:

SEPTEMBER

* Ghostbusters 6" Egon Spengler with PKE Meter, stack of books
* Masters of the Universe Classics Chief Carnivus (Club Eternia monthly figure)
* Masters of the Universe Classics Gygor


OCTOBER

* Masters of the Universe Classics Roboto (Club Eternia monthly figure)
* Masters of the Universe Classics Zodac


NOVEMBER

* DCU JLU Parademon 2-Pack
* Ghostbusters 6" Peter Venkman™ with Ghostbusters Logo Base
* Masters of the Universe Classics Grizzlor (Club Eternia monthly figure)
* Masters of the Universe Classics Grayskull (with Orb)
* Masters of the Universe Classics Weapons Pak Great Wars Assortment

They are also working on plans for a big Cyber Monday sale on November 29th at 9 a.m. PT/Noon ET. No details as of yet on what products they will be offering for the sale.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sam on Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:10 am

COol, looking forward to roboto. Just got whiplash like 15 mins ago in the mail, very awesome figure, had ot heat his tail to attach it to the pegs on his back though, was a bit cold in the garage! hehe.

Grayskull, great, I want one o him!

I REALLY need the weapons pack / weapons rack, for my Grayskull dungeon i just finished. Im bout to put pics up now actually. ..

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sledge Hammer! on Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:22 am

Look forward to seeing those pics mate.

I just snagged the original King Grayskull from DBF a couple days back, but I'll be grabbing the repaint as well. Looking forward to getting my Whiplash eventually too.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Dabigfella on Thu Aug 26, 2010 11:15 am

He came in today mon frer, your box will get sent out tomorrow, and talk about motuc overload, you'll be wrapped!

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sledge Hammer! on Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:04 pm

Cool, thanks for the update. I look forward to that pile of motuc-ey goodness hitting my doorstep. Smile

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Artistix on Fri Aug 27, 2010 2:42 am

Yeah, my Whiplash arrived yesterday, Very cool figure. I prefer the 200x head.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by FIELD DAY on Sun Aug 29, 2010 12:05 am

I'd like to go on record and say that " I absolutley, whole heartedly hate Dabigfella for making me cave into this line from his relentless praise, beautifully taken pics of these shiny crack addict style toys!!!!"

"I raise my silk glove and slap thee for thy treachery"

I got my bulk lot purchase from Ebay and was expecting to be impressed as I was with the figs I got from DBF the other night and the Triklops from Parra Fair, but once I started opening the box and saw them and Battlecat in all their purest from and glory assembled together, I was literaly blown away.... I fell into a crack like addiction....

So in summation I would like to let DBF know that I and my wallet will eternally hate you, and your touch it , play with it, the first times for free mentality that has me now addicted.....

Damn it......

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Dabigfella on Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:25 am

Hehe, I feel like I've just been sent to the naughty corner. Next time you're over you'll need to see them with all the vintage and 0X stuff displayed to see just how good these toys really are. Oh and you are gonna cry come dec Mr OCD army builder, our first non unique army 2 pack is released then, I can see you getting 10 sets at least!

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Mahzian on Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:51 am

got my orko and prince adam the other day and opened them last night. Two very cool figures! I'm actually liking Orko a lot more than I was expecting, the level of articulation on him is fantastic. One of my Adam's ankle joints is as loose as a goose but thankfully he can still stand ok.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by reillyd on Tue Aug 31, 2010 1:27 am

I love little Orko, best figure yet even if just for its "cuteness" factor.

But what's the deal with Orko's book? It doesn't fit into his wand hand (don't want to force the fingers) so how is it meant to be used?

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Artistix on Tue Aug 31, 2010 2:39 am

Noticed the same thing yesterday when my Orko arrived.

I just wedge it in between his arm & side.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Dabigfella on Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:27 am

My colour change one holds his book inhis left hand ok.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Sam on Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:55 pm

balance between both hands like hes reading it perhaps?

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by NiteOwl on Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:53 pm

I'm loving Whiplash at the moment, he is right up there with Trappy and Skelly as one of my faves. I didn't realize how cool he actually was until I had him in my hands!

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Artistix on Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:00 am

I got Orko to hold the book properly.

Just need to wedge it between his thumb & pinky finger.

I swapped my original He-Man head for the extra head included with Prince Adam. He looks much better without the red eyes.

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by The Dr Of Style on Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:39 am

Orko, Whiplash & Marzo from Jor-el yesterday, love em all......but whiplash will need some red artline on his eyeballs as the paint is almost non exsistant.....

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by The Dr Of Style on Fri Sep 03, 2010 1:57 pm

And Oh yeah....if anyone has any concerns with Matty postage costs.... slow shipping for 3 figs (from US -to France - to Sydney - to Perth) it was written on the box = $15.50 US.....takes 2 weeks

Postage of the equivalent 3 figures Perth to Melb to Droothr = $25 and will take at least a week..

What a joke Aust Post

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by Dabigfella on Fri Sep 03, 2010 2:57 pm

Yep, big joke....

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by fuzzcat on Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:38 pm

Hey Jor (or anyone) - is there a group order going for the Gygor release?

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Re: MOTU Classics: The Thread - Part 2

Post by DroothR on Sun Sep 05, 2010 5:21 pm

I discovered today that my daughter loves MotU (Whiplash in particular).

Very Happy

Her mum and brother do too, so that makes for easy gift options down the road... Wink

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