Height: 6 3/4 inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles, hinged knees, swivel thighs, swivel/hinge hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Rosebud hat, plant launcher with giant rosebud, and a shield.
Non-Scalper Price: $28 dollars
*Perfuma is as well articulated as any of the other female MOTUC figures and feels very sturdy. While there have been some other problems with the line as of late, releasing durable figures hasn't been one of them. Perfuma is still fun to play around with, particularly when you pit her against Hordak.
*I'm not entirely happy with the head sculpt on this figure, but I'll get to that in a minute. For now, though, I'll defintiely complement this figure as I love the color scheme and the detail in the sculpt. While Perfuma is a character for whom I prefer her simpler Filmation appearance ( she really works with a sleeker, simpler look) this figure has some great detail including the plant leaves and vines sculpted on her dress, the green leaves surrounding her bodice, and the flowers on her belt. It's a rather nice blending of elegance and simplicity and it totally fits with Pefuma's granola girl image.
* Perfuma comes with a nice amount of accessories. Her first two are her rosebud hat and her standard issue Great Rebellion shield. The shield is exactly like those that came with other figures, but the Rosebud hat is completely new. It's a bonnet that fits over her hair and gives her the appearance of the Filmation version of the character. It's also scented, by the way.
* Perfuma's third accessory actually splits into two separate pieces. It's a plant gun with a giant rose that attaches to it. The plant gun looks cool and fits well in Perfuma's hands. The rose which I guess grow out of the barrel is nicely sculpted and is also scented.
*Unfortunately, the flower gun has two problems. First, it's just too darn heavy with the rose in it. Even if you try to get Perfuma to wield it with both hands it still will cause the figure to tip over. It should have been much smaller. The second problem is that while this flower was intended to pay homage to the growing flower backpack of the vintage figure, there's no way to make it function as a backpack.
* I praised the detail work and color on Perfuma above but now I want to talk about what I don't like about her sculpt. Her headsculpt just doesn't look like Perfuma to me, neither the Filmation version nor the toy version. Both versions of Perfuma had very slender, youthful faces. While there's nothing really wrong with this face, it just doesn't stand out as Perfuma to me. I'm a bit disappointed as I really do like Perfuma and I've been looking forward to her for quite sometime.
I have reviewed a ton of Masters of the Universe Classics by Mattel over the past few years, including:
"Buzz Saw" Hordak
End of Wars Weapon Pak
The Fighting Foe Men
Galactic Protector He-Man
Galactic Protector She-Ra
Heads of Eternia
Loo-Kee and Kowl
Mara of Primus
Ninja Warrior/ Ninjor
Rokkon & Stonedar
Rotar and Twistoid
Sky High with Jet Sled
Snake Armor He-Man and Battle Armor King Hsss
Spirit of Grayskull
Spirit of Hordak
The Unnamed One