Height: 6 3/4th inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles,
boot swivels, double hinged knees, thigh swivels, balljointed hips,
swivel waist, balljointed mid-torso, swivel/hinge shoulders, bicep
swivels, double hinged elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a barbell jointed head.
Accessories: 4 interchangeable hands, cape, and wand.
* Evi-Lyn's SkeleSorceress costume is pretty amazing in the show and Mattel has given an action figure version of it a really solid try, especially considering that Masterverse is a mass market retail line. While much of her costume is rendered from paint (which, to be fair, does look accurate to the show as it's clearly skin tight there in most places) her torso does have a raised bustier around her bust-line, so the detail isn't all paintwork. The colors are nice overall and look quite impressive, matching the design of the show.
* Evil-Lyn's face is really well done. She's both very sinister and severe looking, but also pretty hot, too. I love her eyes here.
* While the Sorceress Teela-Na has a falcon motif for her hood, Evil-Lyn is sporting a bat. Man, does this look amazing or what? I was absolutely floored when she popped up wearing this in Revelation and I'm still loving it. The paintwork is great and it just looks so menacing and cool.
* Evil-Lyn's cape is very cool, very bat-wing like with a large, sculpted collar and a soft goods cape. The cape has elastic loops, two for each arm, which keep it nicely attached when she's making dramatic poses.
* On the show Evi-Lyn's cape looks to be black on the back but I'm not disliking this purple cape at all. I'm actually loving the cut of it and the way it follows her arm movements. The collar even has cuts in the side which allow her shoulders to raise up higher.
* The articulation on Evil-Lyn is like any other Masterverse female, which means it's pretty solid. She feels like a quality figure with a nice amount of joints, a good range of motion, and a sturdy build. Evil-Lyn doesn't really have armor or anything that inhibits her motion, either, so her articulation moves freely. The cape moves nicely along with her arms thanks to the elastic straps looped over her arms.
* SkeleSorceress Lyn has four hands: Two open in various spell casting poses and two gripping for holding her magic wand. All of the hands have black painted nails and you can see where her long sleeves loop over her fingers.
* Her wand is the same as the previous Evil-Lyn Masterverse figure, just more silver. It looks to be heavily inspired by her Filmation staff, which was how it looked in Revelation, and it has bony, claw-like protrusions holding the translucent purple orb in place. The top of the orb does swivel, though that's probably just a leftover from the molding process so the purple and silver halves could connect.
* The negatives I have with this figure have to do with the paint. Matte really did try and this figure makes extensive use of paintwork, but some various smudges and sloppy lines do hurt the effect a bit.
* Also, the sit of "fabric" across her belly isn't perfectly straight like in the show. It looks a bit off compared to how it's supposed to look.
I've reviewed so many figures of Evil-Lyn that she has her own archive. Check out Evil-Lyn's Dungeon for lots of Evil-Lyn reviews!
For more Masterverse reviews check out the following:
Masters of the Universe
He-Man vs. Skeletor: 40th AnniversarySkelegod