I got new acrylic shelves for my vintage Masters of the Universe figurs. I like the way this translucent display allows to see the figures from different angles.
These are MY favourite design features in the MotU vintage line. What are yours?
(…) „Gut, dann eben nicht.“ Multi-Bot schaute Roboto an. Dann zog er mit einem Ruck dessen Hauptplatine aus dem Kopf. Robotos System brach augenblicklich zusammen. Stille.„Roboto ist tot. Ganz wie ein Mensch.“ Multi-Bot lachte spöttisch und verließ das Labor. (…)
“Never,” Roboto said resolutely. Multi-Bot was beside himself. He immediately came up with saws, drilling machines and laser welders. He assembled one piece after another from Roboto. Roboto noticed how his energy level went down. His system was damaged. He would not last long. (…)
When I think about MotU vintage action features, a lot comes to my mind: awesome character design, vibrant colors, decade-proof production quality. But sometimes one of the most awesome features about vintage MotU might have taken a back seat in our remembrance, but they were more than important back in the childhood days when it […]
Roboto is one of my favourite Masters vintage figures as it has fascinated me since the first time I saw it around 1985 as a then 8-year-old in its box at the local toy store. I mean the 80’s were the “robot” decade: you had the Terminator, you had Robocop and all those great characters. […]