Height: 6 7/8ths inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles w/ lateral rockers, hinged knees, swivel thighs, swivel/hinge hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, swivel/ hinge wings, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Staff, cloth wrap, and 2 wings (come unattached in the package).
Non-Scalper Price: $28 dollars
*While the female figures in MOTUC don't have the same range of motion as their male counterparts, Veena is still a really fun figure to play with. Her wings are excellent and a huge improvement over the Sorceress figure from a few years back. She's a fun, sturdy figure that looks fantastic in battle or just standing around looking regal and mysterious.
*Like the Sorceress released a few years ago, Queen Grayskull is a guardian of Grayskull who has wings on her back. Unlike the Sorceress figure, these wings are really good. I love how they're positioned lower on Veena's back. They have a great range of motion and you can get a number of different poses with them because of where they're placed. They're also really nicely sculpted, just like the rest of the figure.
* Queen Grayskull is without a doubt one of the most beautiful figures of the year. I really just love how faithfully the Four Horsemen translated her animated design into a plastic action figure. She's beautifully painted and really has an appealing color scheme overall. There's just so much detail here, particularly due to the fact that she features plenty of new pieces, including her feet. She's the first female figure in the line to have bare feet. I'm really glad Mattel went all out and gave the Club 200x line so much new tooling to represent their unique body types and elaborate outfits.
* Queen Grayskull's staff is pretty cool. It's a simple gold staff with the headpiece of a falcon on top. It's definitely a very Masters of the Universe styled accessory and it looks great in her hands. The gold paint on it looks excellent and the red gem on the falcon's chest is a nice, eye-catching little touch.
* Veena is supposed to have a cloth that drapes around her neck and over her arms. Since Mattel has chosen to not use any soft goods in MOTUC, the decision made here was to mold a strip of cloth in a soft, flexible plastic. It's not horrendous but I do with it were molded in a bit more of a discernible shape. As it stands, I'm not really sure how to make this piece look right with Veena. I want to like it but something's off.
I've reviewed a ton of Masters of the Universe Classics action figures on this site, including:
"Buzz Saw" Hordak
End of Wars Weapon Pak
The Fighting Foe Men
Galactic Protector He-Man
Galactic Protector She-Ra
Heads of Eternia
Loo-Kee and Kowl
Mara of Primus
Ninja Warrior/ Ninjor
Rokkon & Stonedar
Rotar and Twistoid
Sky High with Jet Sled
Snake Armor He-Man and Battle Armor King Hsss
Spirit of Grayskull
Spirit of Hordak
The Unnamed One