Height: 5 3/4ths inches
Articulation: Swivel/ hinge ankles, boot swivels, swivel/hinge knees, balljointed hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a double balljointed head.
Accessories: Armor, sword, shield, wings, 2 portraits, 4 interchangeable hands, and certificate of authenticity.
Non-Scalper Price: $30 dollars
* I'm including the packaging in the positives because it not only looks incredible but it is collector friendly. The packaging is designed like the PowerCon exclusive She-Ra in that it is designed so you can remove Sun-Man from the package without damaging the blister or the backer card. The blister folds over the backer card, kind of like a Mythic Legions figure. The only irreversible think about taking Sun-Man out of the package is removing the plastic fasteners that help hold him in the bubble for shipping. Sun-Man was released in multiple different packaging designs over the years the vintage toy was available and this one looks like a blend of a few of the packaging variants. While the standard figure will come on a Masters of the Universe Origins card, this one gets to receive top billing with the Sun-Man and the Rulers of the Sun logo.
* The back of the cardboard blister folds out to reveal a 3-page minicomic that explains Sun-Man's world, his powers, and his rivalry with Pig-Head. It's pretty cool and definitely makes me interested to see what Mattel does with this character in the future through their collaboration with Olmec Toys.
* Last up is a simple cardboard certificate of authenticity with a foil embossed signature from Yla Eason. It's a neat little piece that definitely helps to make this piece feel very, very special.
* Now, let's finally get around to checking out Sun-Man. He looks pretty good and does a great job of capturing the appearance of the vintage toy but in the Masters of the Universe Origins style. It's doubtful that most MOTU fans have ever had the chance to hold a vintage Sun-Man figure (I haven't) so having this guy available is a welcome treat. he's wearing some shiny armor that is covered with a stylized sun on the front. His bracers are new and look really cool. He's an eye-catching figure for sure.
* The second portrait depicts Sun-Man in battle and definitely makes for a more Masters of the Universe-ish feel. He looks ready to team up with He-Man and simultaneously throw Skeletor and Pig-Head into the moat outside of Castle Grayskull.
* The vintage Sun-Man toy had this wing-like cape (or maybe they're just wing-like wings) that went around his neck, so we've got that here, too. It's a really odd looking piece but it's easily removable and accurate to the vintage toy, so it's tough to fault it. You just pop Sun-Man's head off to remove or add the wings and then pop it back on.