Height: 5 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles, boot swivels, swivel/hinge knees, balljointed hips, waist swivel, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a double balljointed head.
Accessories: Burning sword, Slayers Armor, and minicomic
Non-Scalper Price: $15 dollars
* Some of the MOTWWEU figures clearly look like MOTU characters while others, like Seth here, could easily pass as a standard Seth Rollins figure. This doesn't look that different than the outfits Seth Rollins usually wears, right? The armor is actually the same mold as the armor that came with the Masters of the Universe Classics Zodac, Zodak, Wun-Dar, and the first Weapons Pack, though it's done here in black and gold.
* The headsculpt is a little more stylized than the current heads you'd see on a WWE Elite Series figure, but that helps them to fit in better with the looks and style of the Masters of the WWE Universe line and Masters of the Universe Origins.
* Seth Rollins comes equipped with the Burning Sword which fits well with his character ("Burn it down!") This is actually the sword that came with Draego-Man, one of the best MOTUC figures in the line and one that came out before I started the site. It's a cool, flaming sword with some great detail in the flames.
* While Seth shares the Cosmic Enforcer armor used in the MOTUC line it's not removable unless you remove his torso, arms, and head. That's doable in this line but it means you can't use this armor on your MOTUC figures. The straps are glued into place which is kind of odd, don't you think?
* Don't you wish the handle had received a paint hit? It would have looked awesome with a black handle. As it is it looks too hot to handle and would probably give Seth some 1st degree burns.
Overall, I'm giving Seth a Good and a 1/2. He's not as overly MOTU-inspired as some figures but he's still got enough that I'm thrilled to have him as part of my MOTU collection. I really wish the Cosmic Enforcer were more easily removable, though. I'm sure MOTUC collectors and customizers would love to have an easier source for the armor. He's fun and I'm really glad to see Draego-Man's sword back in use, though he's less impressive than some of the other figures in the series.
Looking for more Seth Rollins figures? I've reviewed a few including the Elite series 37 Seth Rollins, the Elite series 45 Seth Rollins, the Toys R Us exclusive Seth Rollins (Seth Cashes In!) based on his incredible Wrestlemania 31 moment, and the WWE Zombies Seth Rollins.
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