I started reading these for the first time from the beginning this week. I’ve resisted commenting up to this point… but I had to comment on this one. Sad to say my comment is only.
OH MY GOD, I HAD THAT HEMAN! HE WAS AWESOME! LEONARDO BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF HIM!
Ohsnaps. I had that He-Man, it was pretty sick. Used to put him on the zipcord bike thingy and he’d go flying, usually getting brutally maimed in the chest area. XD
Actually Skelletor had the same function. I had both of them. I remember I was 7 years old. Me and my brother both got a half dozen figurines from one of the opposing factions and we both got the castles that came with those factions. I got Snake Mountain and he got Castle Greyskull. I always liked the bad guys more.
BEST CHRISTMAS EVAR.
Wait, was Mattel serious on that last panel? Were they actually intending to compete against Transformers?
Weren’t those battle-damage pieces caved in deep enough to suggest that He-Man was suffering from crushed ribs and a shattered sternum?
God I loved the He-Man toy.
I loved the He-Man toy, too. He always had the shit beat out of him by Shredder. “Oooh, look at me, I’m He-Man! MORE LIKE SHE-MAN!!! Ha!!!” …..I had a messed up childhood.
I totally had that He-Man toy, and as everyone else said, it was AWESOME!
Ah, but who also had the Skeletor one? Me, that’s who.
Some Hot Wheels had that feature, too. Good times
From Switzerland myself and I remember that He-Man toy as well.
It was great!
Unfortunately, the last panel showcases an idea that’s not as dumb as what we got in real life thanks to the Michael Bay movies: Transformers that don’t transform. At all.
I STILL DO HAVE THIS HE-MAN! Sadly he and Teela are the last I’ve got left from my MotU collection. My parents forced me to get rid of the most of it when I started to collect MASK. After that I never gave away any toys because I buyed all of them from my own money from then.
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