Di-a-bolical. And, I must say, a far less interesting way to dodge likeness rights than NECA pulled off.
There must have been young female fans of She-Ra back in the day who fantasized about Hordak, right?
The good news, though, is that if Mattel actually created a new headsculpt for buzzcut, gray-haired Warrior, they won’t just want to use it once.
I’m just glad the annoying “chase” aspect has been given to something I don’t care about.
“Dean Ambrose” is definitely a name that is made up, but it doesn’t seem very marketable.
Because the concept is almost exactly the same as about five other things out there, Mattel makes the ballsy decision to go forward.
Mattel has finally made him as a classic…but he’s only available on Amazon. As you’ll see, there are some pluses and minuses to this.
Official word at the time was that he would not be made. Mattel officially just changed their tune on that.
It’d be better still if it weren’t such a blatant toy commercial, but to be honest…when have He-Man cartoons NOT been that?
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