Welcome to another around of the MattyCollector 2014 Q&A! Here are answers to questions we sent off in mid-April.
Ever consider making a bigger Collect n Connect Hall Of Justice by adding additional parts to the existing CnC Hall Of Justice from the Young Justice line?
We have talked about a HOJ for years but at this point nothing has come to fruition. Without the support to do the basic full year 6″ subscription, it maybe difficult to tackle larger items like this right now. We really needed to start with the basic sub and work up like MOTUC does. With DCU not hitting the basic 6” figure monthly sub, hitting larger items becomes a little difficult. Not that we wouldn’t love to!
You guys have the 6″ scale covered for MOTUC. With 4″ being a classic scale still popular with older collectors, have you considered making 4″ MOTUC figures?
We are always looking into new scales and form factors for MOTU! Nothing to confirm now but great ideas!
Will there be a total heroes Ultra action figure five-pack of the new 52 crime syndicate anytime soon and are there any plans to release the total heroes blank customizable action figure which was shown at NYCC last year?
At this time “no” to both of those questions. Batman Beyond won the fan choice vote so he will be the one produced.
How many points of articulation Mr Mxyzptlk will have?
The head and shoulders. But he does come with the largest piece of Kalibak, the head and torso.
I am curious about how the DC team decides what is a good idea, and what is not.
For example, I see oodles of the new 5-6″ DC figures [Batman, Supeerman, Aquaman, ect] but obviously with the design they are aimed at children. But with the 14.99 price tag I can’t see many parents buying them any of those.
For this you will need to talk to the DC retail team. This Q&A is for the online product offered on Mattycollector.com and we can only answer questions related to product we work on. Mattel makes thousands of SKUS every year and not every team works on every product!
Remember to post your MattyCollector 2014 Q&A questions here!