Ask Matty Q&A - NOVEMBER 16th
Voltron Force, Ghostbusters, MOTUC, more...
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When are you planning to reveal the new Voltron Force toy line? Do we need to wait until Toy Fair or will there be a sneak peek by the end of the year?
When it comes to the various MOTU mounts such as Strydor, Battle Lion, the 200X Griffin how will the saddle area be sculpted in order to allow the rigid rubber loin cloth piece from propping up the figure when placed on the beast? Will there be some sort of groove that will accommodate the loin piece?
Ideally, we will have some new news to announce at SDCC 2011.
Will the upcoming re-release of the Grayskull have modified pegs that are sturdier and hold the removable wall parts better?
We haven't announced any of these beasts yet and really can't comment past King Hssss for now. Hopefully, when, and if, we get to these we will address fans' concerns.
No. There is no change to the stands for the re-release
Would Mattel consider producing a brand new Masters toy line solely based on the 200X cartoons in the near future once all the major classic characters have been made into toys? The line could be called Masters of the Universe Legends or something like that and they could consist of the same bucks minus all the classic elements.
Will we see any 6" Ghostbusters animated figures in 2011?
No. This style is retired for now and we won't be producing toys in this style.
No. The 6-inch line will be in movie style.
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Re: Ask Matty Q&A - NOVEMBER 16th
And again, 200x fans get no love. Mattel must have lost a ton of money on that line for them to hate it and the fans to the point that they won't even include accessories for the standard Classics figures.