Mattel: Masters of the Universe Origins - Eternian Royal Guard Action Figure
It’s an exciting time to be a Masters of the Universe fan! Head back to Eternia with the Mattel: Masters of the Universe Origins – Eternian Royal Guard Action Figure, featuring one of Eternia’s greatest warriors as a retro-style figure.
The Eternian Palace Guards are made up of the bravest and noblest warriors in the Light Hemisphere of Eternia. They serve as King Randor’s soldiers and are led by Teela and Man-At-Arms, who never runs away from combat and is always ready to help He-Man defend Eternia from evil.
This sensational master of the Universe Origins Eternian Royal Guard Action Figure – Exclusive belongs in the hands of every avid MOTU fan. Standing about 5 1/2-inches tall, he includes up to 16 points of articulation for action scenes and power posing.
Plus, this exclusive Eternian Royal Guard action figure features removable armor, a Royal Guard head, a cleanshaven Man-At-Arms head, Man-At-Arms chest armor, and a Club Axe Shield! Astute and discriminating He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fans and collectors will appreciate the authentic styling that mirrors the original 1980s character while adding modern design elements.
The Masters of the Universe Origins Eternian Royal Guard figure is available to pre-order at the links below for $16.99, with a release date set for September 2021.
Netflix released the first trailer for the series ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’, which will continue the story of the classic cartoon ‘He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.’ The preview, revealed during the Geeked Week event, shows that the animation was modernized but respecting the original features.
The trailer features familiar characters from the cartoon in incredible battle sequences full of magic and powers. And to behold the 1980s atmosphere, it all happens to the sound of ‘Holding Out For a Hero,’ a song by Bonnie Tyler. Watch the preview:
And the best-confirmed information is that ‘Masters of the Universe: Saving Eternia’ will pick up the events of the original series right where it left off. So, all the story already known to fans remains intact, with Prince Adam being the son of Eternia’s royalty and using the Sword of Power to transform into the glorious He-Man.
And the cast? Well, the one in ‘Masters of the Universe: Saving Eternia’ is gigantic, with heavy names like Mark Hamill (‘ Star Wars ‘) as the skeleton, Lena Headey (‘ Game of Thrones ‘) as Malignus and Chris Wood (‘ Supergirl ‘) as Prince Adam/He-Man.