Mattel’s Club Eternia series jumps right back into action with this new Masters of the Universe addition. Here’s Perfuma, a six-inch heroine whose origin story is the stuff of legend. She was born in an enchanted flower garden on Etheria, a student of the magical flowers who taught her to lull humans into a deep, deep slumber. And now she uses this secret power to help She-Ra and the Great Rebellion!
Catra and Evil Horde are no match for Perfuma, for whenever they try something sketchy, she opens her petals into a beautiful blossom. As soon as enemies get a whiff of her perfume, all they want to do is fall into cathartic sleep. Don’t miss out on this truly magical Masters of the Universe babe!
Powerful in pink.
Children of the ’80s are going to go wild over this one. Amp up the nostalgia factor and celebrate the famous Mattel media franchise with this Masters of the Universe Mara of Primus six-inch figure in classic blister card packaging. Forming part of the indispensable Galactic Protectors squad, Mara is Master Sebrian’s bright and young assistant.
Taking the lead to co-pilot the Starship Eternia and free up her galactic crew to enact justice elsewhere, her superhero “rap sheet” is colorful and impressive. Catch the Queen of the Mytes wielding her ponytail mace, too — there’s truly no one like her! (Oh, and we’ve got Buzzsaw Hordak, too!)
Bad chick contest, you in first place.
Masters of the Universe aficionados and aficionadas are in for a treat with this one. We are stoked to introduce the Masters of the Universe Princess of Power Peekablue from Mattel, rendered in six inches like your other favorite MotU collectibles!
Her gorgeous peacock plumage makes her a skilled spy and magical princess who has the power to see in all directions. Whether she is joining She-Ra in the fight for justice or keeping tabs on the Horde, her magnificent colors are unmistakable.
New from Mattel and the Masters of the Universe come two of the most skilled hunters and fierce protectors of Club Eternia: Huntara and Oo-Larr!
Known as a top-of-her-class tracker and trapper, Huntara of the planet Silax (shown below) was a special agent of Hordak employed to capture She-Ra. Tragically, she fell victim to Hordak’s deceit, but her high skill as a hunter remained her legacy.
Oo-Larr‘s sense of adventure and thirst for the unknown set him apart, as he left the confines of the Vine Jungle to explore and seek. He was specially entrusted by the Goddess with keeping the two halves of the Power Sword of He, a duty that he carried out faithfully. Your collection won’t be complete without these two, so grab them today!
Huntara and Oo-Larr will whet your appetite for ’80s nostalgia.
Seen early on in the animated She-Ra: Princess of Power series, Entrapta is an intense, tigerish technician. Skillfully inventing several contraptions to be used by the Horde in battle, as well as possessing the ability to control her mane at will for combat purposes, Entrapta is a character all her own.
We’re pretty sure that her name must be synonymous with “a force to be reckoned with” in Grayskull-speak. Mattel brings her to us in 6-inch, blister-packaged format this autumn. She’s a Masters of the Universe Classic you won’t want to miss out on.
Mistress of the Universe.
Bio: An evil scientist from the Tri-Solar system, Galen Nycoff was incarcerated in Prison Starr for scientific crimes against the galaxy. While awaiting execution, he constructed a device which allowed him to divide his body into pieces, with each part endowed with his own evil consciousness. Slipping out of prison in a series of crates, he was delivered to Horde World where he reassembled himself finding he could now mix and match his parts in a thousand different ways. His skills were observed by Horde leaders and Nycoff became chief technician for Commander Kur, traveling with him to Eternia on their quest to vanquish He-Ro. Nycoff was banished along with the rest of the invading Horde army to Despondos, serving his leader with his evil inventions.
Real Name: Plundor the Spoiler
The rabbit is out of the hat… and this furry fiend is bad news. Forget the carrots, he’s more interested in carats, cash, or any other valuables he can get his hands on. Straight from the classic Filmation episode Quest for He-Man this bad bunny comes with a cosmic blaster and a Filmation axe for Skeletor that’s based on the episode Diamond Ray of Disappearance
Corrupted by power and obsessed with money, Plundor is a genius inventor who travels the universe, seeking out new ways to increase his riches. When he came upon the utopian planet Draedus, Plundor used his evil machines to ravage the planet and distill its precious life force into a small vial to be sold to the highest bidder. He-Man happened upon Draedus after Skeletor® erased his memory and sent him through the Crossroads of All Universes. He-Man met the planet’s displaced creatures and helped them return the life force back to Draedus and imprison the evil conqueror. Plundor invents flying robots and machines to become the richest being in the universe.