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In 2002, Mattel released a new line of Masters of the Universe toys. Sculpted by the Four Horsemen, the new figures were both more detailed and more stylised than previous lines. The toyline was relatively short-lived, with some ascribing its failure to distribution and shortpacking problems.

Wave 1 (Summer 2002)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors
Figures
Deluxe Figures
  • Battle Sound He-Man
  • Battle Sound Skeletor
Creatures
Vehicles
Playsets
Accessories

Wave 2 (Fall 2002)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Other
Figures
Vehicles
Mini Figures
  • He-Man
  • Man-At-Arms
  • Mekaneck
  • Stratos
  • Mer-Man
  • Skeletor
  • Heroes vs. Villains Gift Pack
  • He-Man
  • Skeletor
  • Beast Man
  • Stratos
Gift Sets
  • He-Man vs Skeletor Gift Set

Wave 3 (Winter 2003)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Other
Figures
Deluxe Figures
  • Samurai He-Man
  • Samurai Man-At-Arms
  • Samurai Skeletor
Creatures
  • Samurai Battle Cat
  • Samurai Battle Raptor
Vehicles
Accessories
  • He-Man Eagle Fight-Pak
  • Skeletor Bat Fight-Pack

Wave 4 (Spring 2003)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Other
Figures
Playsets
Mini Figures
  • Jungle Attack He-Man
  • Teela
  • Orko
  • Snake Armor Skeletor
  • Trap-Jaw
  • Tri-Klops
  • Heroes vs. Villains Gift Pack
  • Jungle Attack He-Man
  • Orko
  • Ram Man
  • Snake Armor Skeletor

Wave 5 (Summer 2003)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Other
Figures
  • Fire Armor Skeletor
  • Evil-Lyn
  • Two-Bad
  • Whiplash
  • Skeletor (repaint)
  • Beast Man (repaint)
  • Mer-Man (repaint)
  • Tri-Klops (repaint)
  • Trap-Jaw (repaint)
  • Keldor
Deluxe Figures
  • Battle Armor He-Man
  • Battle Armor Skeletor
Playsets
  • Battle Station
  • Castle Grayskull 2.0
Gift Sets
  • Wolf Armor He-Man / Snake Armor Skeletor

Wave 6 - Masters of the Universe vs. The Snake Men (Fall 2003)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Snake Men Other
Figures
  • Battle Fist
  • Serpent Claw Man-At-Arms
  • Serpent Track Mekaneck
  • Snake Hunter He-Man
  • Sky Strike Stratos
  • Zodak
  • Snake Crush Skeletor
  • Whiplash
  • Two-Bad (repaint)
  • Tri-Klops (repaint)
Creatures
12" rotocasts
  • He-Man
  • Skeletor
Vehicles
  • Spitbull

Wave 7 - Masters of the Universe vs. The Snake Men (Winter 2004)

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors
Figures
  • Claw Attack Stratos
  • Man-E-Faces (Repaint)
  • Mecha-Blade He-Man
  • Mekaneck (Repaint)
  • She-Ra
  • Snake Armor He-Man
  • Sy-Klone (Repaint)
  • Trap And Smash Orko
  • Ice Armor Skeletor
  • Mecha-Blade Skeletor
  • Skeletor (Blood Red Repaint)

NECA Mini-Statues (2005-2007)

See also: National Entertainment Collectibles Association

With the demise of the toy line in 2004, various characters were not released as action figures. To fill the void in fans' collections, NECA announced a line of 6-inch, non-poseable mini-statues designed to complement the existing toys.[1] These "staction figures" were produced until 2007, shortly before the launch of the Masters of the Universe Classics line.

Heroic Warriors Evil Warriors Evil Horde Snake Men
Series 1 (2005)
Series 2 (2005)
Series 3 (2006)
  • Evil-Lyn Classic Deco (SDCC exclusive)
Series 4 (2006)
Series 5 (2006)
Series 6 (2007)
  • Battle Armor He-Man
  • He-Man Classic Deco (SDCC exclusive)
  • King Randor Classic Deco (AFX exclusive)

References

  1. http://www.he-man.org/news_article.php?id=646

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