I am so excited for Masters of the Universe: Revelation this week and I think another action figure review from Mattel's new Masterverse line is in order to help us all make it through this week. Today I'm checking out the massive Battle Cat from the Masterverse line! Since the line is called Masterverse and "Masters of the Universe: Revelation" is listed as sort of a subtitle it seems that Mattel has plans to eventually add characters from different MOTU eras into the line. So far, though, everything seems to be based on the new animated series which is fine with me. I'm liking the new looks for the characters and the overall design of the show. Battle Cat is sold in an oversized window and so far seems to only be popping up at Target.com, which is where I found mine. Ready for a look at Battle Cat? The join me after the break...
Dimensions: 5 1/4 inches tall, 13 inches long
Non-Scalper Price: $40 dollars
* Like most versions of Battle Cat all of the armor is removable so you can have a Cringer figure, too. Cringer looks pretty cool. The animated style is noticeable but I kind of like it. I'm not sure that he'd fit perfectly in with any previous MOTU lines but he looks wonderful in this series. The sculpt is quite good with fur all over his body and colorful orangish-yellow stripes.
I love Battle Cat/ Cringer and I've reviewed a few
other Battle Cat toys: The M.U.S.C.L.E. Battle
Cat, the VYNL Prince
Adam and Cringer, the Pint Size Heroes Battle
Cat, the ReAction He-Man
and Battle Cat, the Mega Construx Battle
Cat Vs. Roton set, the POP! Rides He-Man
on Battle Cat #84 and the Battle Cat on the He-Man
POP! Tees shirt, the Hot Wheels: Monster Trucks Battle Cat, the MOTU
Colorforms Deluxe Play Set, the Masters of the Universe Origins Battle Cat, the Geeky Tikis Battle
Cat, and the Loyal Subjects' Battle
Cat and Battle