but he looked completely different. I prefer his vintage toy styled appearance but I still find it funny that these figures are listed under the POP! Television brand and yet we didn't get the version of Tung Lashor from the cartoon. This guy has a great color scheme, though, and it makes him an amazing looking figure for the shelf. He sure does stand out, doesn't he? Let's check this guy out after the break...
Height: 3 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel head
Non-Scalper Price: $10 - $12 dollars
* Tung Lashor is a fantastic POP! vinyl. He's bright, colorful, and looks really cool standing on his weird, frog-like feet. The paintwork is excellent all around on this guy. He has the same swiveling head as most other POP! vinyls, too, so you can have him menacingly wag his venomous tongue in whatever direction you wish!
* Tung Lashor has a fantastic headsculpt! I love his eyes. They're kind of the standard POP! eyes (hehe, Popeyes) but they're definitely more amphibian. The teeth and the tongue are excellent as well. I love the greenish yellow color of Tung Lashor's tongue! It definitely looks venomous for sure.
* Tung Lashor's body is nicely detailed, particularly the Snake Men logo on his chest. The extra paint flourishes like the dark purple stripes on his limbs also add to the visual appeal of the figure.
* Turn Tung Lashor around and you can see that he's nearly as colorful from the back as he is from the front. There are a lot of paint applications on the figure and they really help him pop. I doubt anyone routinely displays POP! vinyls turned around but it's nice to know the detail is still there.
* While he isn't packing his dragonfly inspired crossbow Tung Lashor is absolutely rocking his purple snake staff. This looks really nice and has quite a bit of detail on it. It's often kind of random what accessories Funko will sculpt on the MOTU POP! vinyls but I'm glad Tung Lashor got something to show off.
If you're looking for more of Tung Lashor check out the MOTUC version of Tung Lashor and the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Tung Lashor.
For more POP! Television reviews check out the following:
Buzz-Off #759 from Masters of the Universe
Crow #488 from Mystery Science Theater 3000
Elvira #375 from Elvira, Mistress of the Dark
Ghost Charlie Brown #333 from Peanuts
He-Man #17 from Masters of the Universe
He-Man #991 from Masters of the Universe
He-Man (Slime Pit) #952 from Masters of the Universe
Lucy Van Pelt #332 from Peanuts
Man-At-Arms #538 from Masters of the Universe
Mosquitor #996 from Masters of the Universe
Moss Man #568 from Masters of the Universe
Mr. Bean #592
Skeletor #19 from Masters of the Universe
Skeletor #998 from Masters of the Universe
Snoopy #330 from Peanuts
Sorceress #993 from Masters of the Universe
Spikor #20 from Masters of the Universe
Stinkor #657 from Masters of the Universe
Sy-Klone #995 from Masters of the Universe
Tom Servo #489 from Mystery Science Theater 3000
Tri-Klops #951 from Masters of the Universe
Twisty from American Horror Story: Freak Show
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Thursday, July 2, 2020
Action Figure Review: Tung Lashor #994 from POP! Television: Masters of the Universe by Funko
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Tung Lashor was one of my favorite Masters of the Universe action figures back in the 80s. His color scheme and tongue lashing action were so unique and so AWESOME!ReplyDelete
He also has a dragonfly based weapon! I mean, who has that? Yup, he's fantastic. I'm actually keeping an eye out for the staction of Tung Lashor. I've never picked that one up.Delete