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.
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?
In a previous post, I looked at the great and inventive animalistic design figures in the MotU vintage line. In a second piece, I’d like to have a look at the awesome vehicles that were produced in that context. Here is my TOP 5 of them.
“(…) Heraus stiegen Skeletor, Whiplash und Ninjor. Zudem hatten sie sich Verstärkung mitgebracht: auch der fürchterliche Spikor und der Meister des üblen Geruchs, Stinkor, waren mit an Bord. Skeletor grinste und zeigte dabei seine hässlichen Zähne: „Ha. Nach Adam gesucht und He-Man gefangen! Das ist ein guter Tag für mich.“ Ohne weitere Worte griff er sein Schwert und stürmte auf He-Man zu. (…)”
It’s the same as with Arnold, Sylvester and Dolph: I’ve always liked Jean-Claude Van Damme. I have been watching the Belgian fighter’s movies for over three decades now. I admit: he did a lot of bad stuff (Street Fighter to name only one film), mediocre things (In Hell and pretty much everything low-budget in the […]