It's time for another installment of May 2021's Malevolent May, a month long tribute to Hordak, and today I'm checking out the 5 1/2 inch Filmation inspired Hordak from Super7's neo-vintage Masters of the Universe line. I reviewed most of this line as they were coming out but I didn't review all of the first series figures so let's begin to rectify that today with a look at Hordak. If you're not terribly familiar with these this was Super7's attempt at releasing vintage-inspired figures styled after the Filmation character designs. The line started off kind of rough with lots of problems with series 1 but by the end it was a really solid line that I hated to see end. This version of Hordak is based, of course, on his appearance in the She-Ra: Princess of Power cartoon so you can display him with your vintage Princess of Power line if you want. Catra needs some help! Let's take a look at Hordak after the break...
Articulation: Swivel/hinge hips, spring loaded swivel waist, swivel shoulders, and a swivel head.
Accessories: Crossbow, arm cannon, and an art card.
Original Retail price: $20 dollars
If you're a fan of Hordak then check out my reviews of
the vintage Buzz-Saw
Hordak, the Masters of the Universe Classics Hordak, "Buzz
Saw" Hordak, and the Spirit
of Hordak, NECA's Hordak staction,
the MOTU Origins Hordak,
the ReAction Hordak and Hordak
(Grey),the Tweeterhead exclusive Masters of the Universe Legends Hordak maquette,
the Sonic kids meal Hordak,
and the M.U.S.C.L.E. slime Hordak.