Monday, October 28, 2019

Action Figure Review: Modulok (C) from Masters of the Universe ReAction by Super7

   Super7 has really gone wild with Modulok's whole "Evil Beast of a Thousand Bodies" tagline, haven't they? This is the fourth Modulok variant I've reviewed on here from the ReAction line! This one is called Modulok (C) and it was an exclusive to NYCC 2019, just like the Grizzlor (Dark Variant) figure I checked out the other day. This is mostly going to be a comparison review as there isn't a lot new here, but that's OK! Sometimes I just need a quick review to convey my full thoughts. Let's check this guy (these guys?) out after the break...

 The Facts:

Height: 3 3/4ths inches

Articulation: Swivel hips (x4), swivel shoulders, and swivel heads (x2)

Accessories: None

Non-Scalper Price: $18 dollars 

* On the left is Modulok (C), who I'm looking at today while Modulok (D) is on the right. Both figures share the same torso and heads (though the heads are reversed) but they have their legs reversed (C's front legs are D's back legs, and visa versa) and have different arms.
 The Positives:

* I like this guy a lot better than Modulok (D) simply because the details on his chest are painted. Modulok looks great with some painted trunks and his chest harness. The purple and black are very neat and add a nice splash of color to the evil creature!

 * Super7 also shifted the legs around. This figure has Modulok A's legs on the front and Modulok B's legs on the back. It's a small change (there are also some slightly different paint apps) but overall the effect is cool and it does make the figures feel different enough from each other, at least for me. 

 * You get two portraits here, instead of one! The The heads are identical to Modulok A and B's heads, so this is definitely a very Filmation inspired figure. Both heads pivot just fine and they don't clash into each other at all.

  I actually prefer this guy over the other Modulok figures. He's a Great figure with nice paintwork, fun articulation, and an overall very cool appearance. Like Modulok (D), Modulok (C) comes on a blister card without any cool artwork, which kind of sucks, as I like to display these guys back in their bubbles on the cards. Still, if you're only getting one Modulok from Super7, this is the one to get. He's a really cool vintage styled figure. Still wish he had his blaster rifle, though.

If you're a Modulok fan, check out my reviews of the MOTUC Modulok and the ReAction Modulok A, Modulok B, and Modulok D.

For more Masters of the Universe ReAction reviews, check out the following:
Beast Man (Leo)
Beast Man with Weapons Pack
Faker (Leo)
Grizzlor (Dark Variant)
Grizzlor (Toy Variant)
Hordak (Grey)
Man-At-Arms (Movie)
Mantenna (Toy Variant)
Mer-Man (Carry Case Colors) 
Modulok A
Modulok B
Modulok D
Orko (Cartoon Colors)
Ram Man
Ram Man (Mini Comic)
Scare Glow
Shadow Weaver
Skeletor (Leo)
Skeletor (Los Amos)
Skeletor (Midnight)
Slime Pit He-Man
Teela (Shiva)
Trap Jaw (Cartoon Colors) 

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