Let's return to checking out the first series of Masters of the Universe Origins figures from Mattel with a look at Evil-Lyn! While she wasn't released in the original first series of figures in 1982, Evil-Lyn's popularity definitely caused Mattel to put her in the first series of Origins figures. While I've liked most of the Origins figures so far, Evil-Lyn is the first one I've reviewed (well, other than the Sky Sled) that I feel is truly an improvement over the original figure. Evil-Lyn looks fantastic and really improves on the look of the vintage toy. Usually most Evil-Lyn toys and such take their cues from the Filmation and 200x series where her skin color is toned down to more of a grey but here Evil-Lyn is bright yellow and proud of it. Let's check out this Evil Warrior Goddess after the break and see what makes her so enchanting...
If you're a fan of Evil-Lyn I've also reviewed the
M.U.S.C.L.E. Evil-Lyn from
the Masters of the Universe green boxed set, Tweeterhead's Evil-Lyn bust, the ReAction Evil-Lyn,
Super7's neo-vintage Evil-Lyn,
the Monogram International Evil-Lyn bag
clip, the Evil-Lyn POP!
Pez dispenser and the Mega Construx Evil-Lyn and
Mega Construx Heroes Evil-Lyn.
For more reviews from Masters of the Universe Origins check out the following: