Height: 2 1/8ths inches
Articulation: Swivel waist, swivel shoulders, and a balljointed head.
Accessories: Laser pistol
Non-Scalper Price: $5 dollars
* The new Zodac is on the left while the 2014 MOTU Minis Zodac is on the right. There is no reuse at all here so far as I can tell. Even the blaster and the headsculpt are different.
* Zodac is really bright here and his red armor and white gloves really stand out nicely. He's sporting the weird three-toed boots and the arm fins, too, which just makes ol' Zodac even more mysterious. The W shaped Cosmic Enforcer symbol on his armor looks fantastic as well. Maybe we're now closer to getting Wun-Dar in Eternia Minis?
* I love Zodac's helmet. It's very cool and has a great retro sci-fi aesthetic that I just love. The paint work is really sharp on such a small portrait and the range of motion on his balljointed head is way better than most other figures in the line.
* These little guys have four points of articulation which may not seem like a lot except you gotta consider they're only a little over 2 inches tall. That's not bad for that scale! They're very durable little figures and would probably fit in well with lines like Imaginext and the Hasbro Heroes figures, so if you have a little one who's into MOTU these could be some decent starter toys. They're fun to play with and have a lot of shelf presence!
* Zodac's super cool laser pistol with the flared barrel looks great. It's a unique, eye-catching design and Zodac looks fantastic sporting it.
If you're a fan of Zodac I've also reviewed the Super7 M.U.S.C.L.E. Zodac, the Colorforms Deluxe Play Set, The Loyal Subjects Zodac Action Vinyl, the MOTU Origins Zodac, the Mega Construx Panthor at Point Dread set which includes a Zodak minifigure, and the Eternia Minis Horde Zombie Zodac from the Slime Pit Multipack.