Non-Scalper Price: $25 dollars
* Battle Cat is really cool. He's shorter than the res of the figures but longer and just a fantastic rendition of the vintage toy. The teeth, strips, and the yellow eyes are excellent.
* Rather than having a metal key-ring, these have a plastic clip. They're
marketed as bag clips, so I guess the intention is to display them on a
backpack or satchel of sorts. I have mine hanging from hooks drilled into the front of one of my shelves.
Man-At-Arms and Battle Cat are fantastic though Power Sword He-Man is a bit underwhelming. Not bad, just not as exciting as a fully painted character. I do like that these aren't blind bagged so you're able to buy the full set in one go. They do cost a little more though. When the figures were blind bagged they were $7-$8 bucks each but here it's $25 for three. You're not getting a discount at all. It's a Good and a 1/2 set if you're into these. I really like the style of these and considering you're getting two new characters it was a nice surprise.
I've reviewed so many toys of He-Man and Man-At-Arms that they have their own review archives: Check out the Fabulous Secret Powers, and the Man-At-Armory for reviews of more toys based on those characters!
I love Battle Cat/ Cringer and I've reviewed quite a few other Battle Cat toys: The Masterverse MOTU: Revelation Battle Cat, the M.U.S.C.L.E. Battle Cat, the VYNL Prince Adam and Cringer, the Pint Size Heroes Battle Cat, the ReAction He-Man and Battle Cat, the Mega Construx Battle Cat Vs. Roton set, the POP! Rides He-Man on Battle Cat #84 and the Battle Cat on the He-Man POP! Tees shirt, the Hot Wheels: Monster Trucks Battle Cat, the MOTU Colorforms Deluxe Play Set, the Masters of the Universe Origins Battle Cat and the Battlefield Warriors Battle Cat, the Geeki Tikis Battle Cat and the Battle Cat mini muglet, and the Loyal Subjects' Battle Cat and Battle Cat (Flocked).
Battle Armor Skeletor