Height 5 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel/ hinge ankles, boot swivels, swivel/ hinge knees, balljointed hips, swivel waist, swivel/ hinge shoulders, swivel/ hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a double balljointed head.
Accessories: Collar, 2 shoulder pads, and a minicomic.
Non-Scalper Price: $15 dollars
* Braun Strowman is on the left while Triple H from the Grayskull Mania set is on the right. Most of these figures use the same bodies and despite in real life Strowman and Triple H looking nothing alike, it kind of fits the MOTU proportions of the line. Strowman's wearing a shirt, though, and his torso seems a bit smoother with a longer neck than Triple H. They've got the same claws, too, which originally came with the Masters of the Universe Classics Terror Claws Skeletor.
* Braun Strowman really blends well with the Beast Man look, especially with the cool red and black color scheme. His neckpiece sits a bit higher so that the Beast Man furry collar fits better over his torso. He's really a pretty impressive looking figure. Underneath he's a pretty standard Braun Strowman, but the MOTU parts and the chunky style make him feel like a real Eternian warrior.
* This is an excellent Braun Strowman headsculpt. It's actually better than some of the previous Strowman figures from before Mattel started using the face printing technology on the Elite line. Considering his moniker as the Monster Among Men, Braun really does look pretty terrifying. I like the Beast Man inspired face paint, too. It really ties the figure together.
* Like many of the previous MOTWWEU figures, Braun Strowman reuses parts from the MOTUC line, specifically Beast Man's collar and shoulder pads, though here they're called 'Monster Hide Armor." The medallion on the collar has been modified a bit but otherwise these are MOTUC accessories in different colors. They work really well here, though if you wanted to use them on your MOTUC figures for further customizations you certainly could.
* Braun Strowman has the same articulation scheme as the rest of the figures in this series, which used the articulation designed for the Masters of the Universe Origins line. These are chunky, durable figures with quite a bit of movement. They're awfully fun to play with and they're just flat out good toys.
* The body designed for Masters of the Universe Origins and MOTWWEU features easily removable body parts, allowing you to mix and match parts easily. This isn't really an advertised feature but it works so well that it's definitely a real strength of the line for folks wanting to make their own characters.
Terror Claws Skeletor and the Grayskull Mania Triple H figure. Here they're molded in a deep red and this might be the best they've ever looked. While I thought these were a bit too "toyish" for Terror Claws Skeletor, they work really well with the smaller scaled and more caricatured MOTWWEU line.
* Behind each standard MOTWWEU release is a minicomic of sorts. It's only 4 pages (cover, bio, comic, and back page with cross sell art) but it looks cool and does offer some cool information on the role of the characters in WWEternia.The art is really cool in these and they definitely give you some decent information about the characters and a short story about Braun Strowman fighting off the good guys in a match.
* The joints on Braun's knees and boots are a bit too wiggly. They're not horrible and I still got him to stand, but they could be a little frustrating for sure.
If you're a fan of Braun Strowman also check out my review of the WWE Elite Series 44 Braun Strowman.
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