I have the power! This year for Masters of the Universe Classics has been good, with the line getting progressively more diverse and maintaining a reasonably small-- but still somewhat expensive-- line plan. The two big new reveals were Horde Prime which hasn't been seen much before, and Snake Man-At-Arms. The latter of which appears briefly in an upcoming mini-comic, which I now have, never mind how. (It's a really good comic set in the near-future of the Prince Adam era... and other times.)
The bulk of the other items were identical to what was shown at Power-Con-- with one exception, literally the same exact figures. As usual, it's tough to write about because the Star Sisters, Slujj, and everything else look fantastic and fun. As collector-only lines go it continues to be the most compelling series out there if you ask me, I really need to cough up some dough and pick up the figures I've missed now. 2012 is looking pretty good.
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