So many of us grew up with Mattel toys—and now, as adults, that nostalgia is still part of us. Enter Gallery 1988, which holds annual art shows featuring works in all mediums based on Mattel’s most popular brands. Time to bring that childhood back.
King of Iron Fist or Master of the Universe? Why not both? Redditor The Director’s Cut uses Tekken 7's character customization to recreate He-Man’s arch-nemesis, Bryan Skeletor.
If you’re a He-Man fan that likes to keep their MattyCollector.com figures pristine in their packaging then look away. It’s about to get really sad up in here.
A construction toy take on the vinyl pop culture figure craze, Mega Bloks new Kubros sets are great, unless your kit is missing bricks.
Today Ubisoft revealed that its upcoming toy battler Toy Soldiers: War Chest includes includes the armies of He-Man, G.I. Joe and two other unannounced licensed properties. Their marketing team’s job is done.
The most powerful man in the universe was also part of the greatest toyline in the universe. MotU’s giant, wildly varied assortment of heroes and villains set it apart from its ‘80s counterparts — admittedly, some more so than others. So here are all 60 original action figures, scientifically ranked by awesomeness.
It's not just enough to make a good cartoon any more. Too often, animated shows are dependent on selling action figures in order to stay on the air, ratings (and quality) be damned. Here are seven shows whose fates would have been far different if they had gotten their merchandising together…
It probably shouldn't shock anyone to realize that any franchise whose main character was named "He-Man" was, in fact, kind of ridiculous. But somehow the Masters of the Universe toys, cartoons and movie managed to exceed all expectation of weirdness. Here are a dozen bizarre He-facts that you've probably forgotten…
Look here, Pop Culture Shock Collectibles — if you're going to ask me to put down $679 for a life-size He-Man bust, you're going to have to show some super-heroic nipple.
A wounded Wonder Woman leads off this collection of the best newly-revealed DC Comics covers:
Yup. This is Alan Oppenheimer (80s Skeletor) and Brian Dobson (2000s Skeletor) reprising their roles while...playing with action figures. It's like the greatest toy commercial that never was.
The last He-Man game was pretty good, but it was a stylised thing, looking nothing like the original 1983 series. This game, made by fans, looks exactly like the 1983 series, and is all the better for it.
We can thank Alex Jones (Orion Pax) for this, a set of designs for He-Man LEGO so complete and professional that it's a wonder he didn't just sneak into my dreams and steal them.
I have to admit that—of all the “who’d win” nerd arguments over the strength of pop-cultural metahumans— the Man of Steel vs. The Hero of Eternia is one I never really thought about. Superman and He-Man? Science vs. magic is always a good clash but so much about the characters’ respective universes was just so…
Canadian animation director Caleb Hystad made this short animated He-Man clip, and said "You may ask why I have done this thing, but I ask why no one else has."
How does one improve upon the most powerful game in the universe? By unleashing the most powerful game update in the universe, featuring Princess Adora and her magical horse.
In late 1982 Mattel fashioned a generic fantasy barbarian with an even more generic name into a children's media goldmine. First came the toys. Then came the cartoon, with its horribly-limited animation. It got so big that in 1987 Dolph Lundgren starred in a live action Masters of the Universe movie. Glitchsoft's …