The next assortment of the Masters of the WWE Universe by Mattel has been announced by WWE.com. The new Series 6 Assortment will include Goldberg, Kane, Stephanie McMahon, and Ultimate Warrior. Each 5.5″ tall wrestler is inspired by classic Masters of the Universe characters, and are compatible with the Masters of the Universe Origins line up. No release date was announced for the figures. These will be available exclusively from Walmart. Check out the new photos after the jump.
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Time for a blast from the past with a set for two WWE Attidue Era legends – 30th Anniversary Undertaker and Decade of Domination Kane! I randomly pop into wrestling figure world, mostly for some good Attitude stuff. I was a kid in the 80s, but I still prefer the late 90s early 2000’s vibe with Stone Cold, the Rock, Taker and Kane, HHH in his DX and Game days, etc. Mattel has put out a couple solid figures recently for Undertaker and Kane, so we are giving them a run.
Undertaker is an Elite figure, packaged in a celebratory 30th anniversary box. He uses the TrueFX digi-print on the face this round which took pretty good engineering the line has always had, and adds that extra pop to really nail the total package. All his sleeves and tats are there, along with his streamlined but still evil look from later in the Attitude run. The jacket and hat are removable. The Jacket looks great on, but it does not move much. Not soft goods – which I like generally, but that stance you see him in the package, that’s pretty much it. Luckily with it off he’s still bad ass. Kane is in the Decade of Domination sub theme, doing superstars from the last 10 years of Mattel’s run on the brand. Kane also gets a TrueFX head sculpt, x 2 – one clean and bald, and one with the messed up hair and dirty face paint from the unmasking.
All in all they are great and are now chilling with my current display squad of Ultimate HHH, Slim Jim Macho Man, SDCC Mr. T, Brood Christian, Defining Moments Stone Cold. Wait how the heck did I start collecting Wrestling figures again, those tricky… Let’s see where this goes.
Both of these are exclusive to Walmart and are trickling out to stores now. Read on to check out shots of them both after the break courtesy of Mattel!
Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts line has jumped into non-Japanese licenses with Marvel, DC and Star Wars, but those aren’t the only ones. On top of video games like Street Fighter and cartoons like the classic Turtles, they also are doing WWF WWE wrestling figures. Now, one thing Mattel has done well over the years in the boys figure space is wrestling, so it’s hard to jump in and convince folks they need a 50 dollar version of superstars they probably already have. That being said, I don’t have many Mattel figs but do dig classic wrestling. I’m a kid of the 80s so of course I was around for Hogan and the rise of the WWF. In my college years, I rode the Attitude Era and watched Stone Cold, The Rock, and Triple H re-invent what wrestling could be. These figures are based on that time, giving us Attitude versions of them along with Kane and Undertaker. Five in all at the moment.
We’ve done a massive catch up shoot, showing off all 5 and what they can do. Over 210 images. Read on to check out some additional thoughts and all the glorious pics including a tag match between The Rock and Stone Cold vs Undertaker and Triple H!
Check out the Street Fighter, Mega Man, Pacific Rim and WWE photos from the Tamashii Nations display at the Bluefin booth from San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Below, check out a list of the items on display.
Street Fighter V – S.H. Figuarts
- Rainbow Mika
- Chun Li
- Mega Man X – NXEDGE
- Zero – NXEDGE
- Mega Man X – Chogokin Giga Armor
WWE – SH Figuarts
- Triple H
- The Rock
- Stone Cold Steve Austin
- Gipsy Danger – Chogokin Spirits
Today Tamashii Nations and Bluefin Brands kicked off their World Tour event in NYC. Think of this like a big SDCC booth, but just them and in Grand Central Station! They had some new stuff on display along with their current product line up. This included:
DRAGONBALL Z S.H. FIGUARTS
Dragonball Kid Goku
Saiyan Saga shirtless Tien
Saiyan Saga long hair Yamcha
Saiyan Saga Vegeta and Nappa
Buu Saga GotenkS
Buu Saga Majin Vegeta
Buu Saga SS3 Goku
Gipsy Danger – First Yeager prototype.
– will be big in 2018, will cross lines with SoC and work together
S.H. Figuarts DC
S.H. Figuarts Marvel
Iron Man Mark II
Iron Man Mark VI
S.H. Figuarts WWE
SDCC Prototype Armor Boba Fett
Marvel Manga Realization (Art)
Symbiote Suit Spider-Man
Mega Man X
Plus a whole lot more! Read on to check over 225 hd images straight from the event!
At the Bluefin Event from Toy Fair 2017, we got our first in-hand look at the newest upcoming WWE S.H. Figuarts. Those include Kane and The Undertaker. We’ve previously seen The Rock, Stone Cold and Triple H.
Back in October, we got our first look at The Undertaker S.H. Figuarts (along with Vinny Mac). We hadn’t heard or seen much since then. That changes now! The Brothers of Destruction debut with official photos and details for not only The Undertaker, but also his brother Kane! These two WWE Superstars are the latest to get the S.H. Figuarts treatment.
Kane stands at 6.5″ tall. The figure will include multiple interchangeable hands, a masked portrait, two unmasked portraits and a towel. The Undertaker also stands at 6.5″ tall. He will include three interchangeable portraits, multiple interchangeable hands and a hat. The figures are Premium Bandai Web Exclusives. Pre-orders for the figures go live tomorrow, with a release set for July. They will be priced at 6.480 Yen (about $57 USD) each.
Read on to check out the photos for both figures.
Toy Fair 2013 continues with images from Mattels WWE Collection. Included in the images are WWE Elite Collection, WWE Superstars and Battle Packs figures.
Figures include Chris Jericho, Brock Lesnar, Dolph Ziggler, Kane, Daniel Bryan and many more. The 2013 line up is sure to please new and old WWE fans alike.
Also shown were PVC Mini wrestling figures and their own ring, plus tall plush wrestling buddy style figures.
Click on the thumbnail to check out all the images and join us after the jump for discussion already in progress.