I think we agree: we all have our very own favourite vintage MotU playset: to some of you it is Castle Grayskull, to others Snake Mountain. Some favor The Fright Zone. To others, their very own holy grail is Eternia. But let’s be honest: each playset has good and bad features. So I always thought it would be great to have a custom made. That is how mine would look like.
Way cooler than video games (at least I thought so when I was about 6): My original Tomy Tricky Golf Game from the 80s. Real action, light-fingered skills required. Loved it back then and great that I still have it.
This is one of my early MotU-related videos I posted on my YouTube Channel more than two years ago. It features the different versions of vintage Skeletor that were released: Original Skeletor, Battle Armor Skeletor, Dragon Blaster Skeletor, Terror Claws Skeletor & Laser Light Skeletor.
You think you know your vintage Masters of the Universe? Then do this video quiz! Watch the video and see if you can answer all the questions.
Want to display your Masters of the Universe figures nicely? Then you might want to check out how to create your own figure stands using food container lids, rubber rings and some nails.
After checking out the German MotU VHS tapes, comic books and sticker album, this time it’s about the 1987 movie’s magazine coverage.
An ambush backfires: in a battle against He-Man, Skeletor falls into the depths. Is this Skeletor’s death? And who is this mysterious creature carrying a dragon on his back which suddenly emerges at the gates of Snake Mountain?