Time for another Planet Nestor Picture Review! Feel the nostalgia flow as we get ready to Un-Box and Review another He-Man and the Masters of the UniverseFunko Pop!
Let’s take a look at the Man-At-Arms Masters of the Universe Specialty Series Funko Pop! This Pop! vinyl figure is exclusive to certain retailers, however we were fortunate to get our hands on one and have provided Links in this Post to help you get your hands on one as well!
“Heroic Master of Weapons”
The inventor and weapons specialist Man-At-Arms aka Duncan first appeared in the Masters of the Universe Mattel toy line and Mini Comics back in 1982. The monicker “Man-At-Arms” is actually a title, as he is the Man-At-Arms to King Randor and Queen Marlena of Eternia. The Pop! Television Man-At-Arms Masters of the Universe Specialty Series Funko Pop! comes in a window display box numbered 538 and has the Funko Specialty Series sticker in the lower portion of the clear window display:
“Well, I’d rather see the mystery of the vanishing Orko.”
Here is the Man-At-Arms Specialty Series Funko Pop! outside of the box:
“We aren’t here for a picnic. We’re here to test this invention.“
The Man-At-Arms Specialty Series Funko Pop! vinyl figure is not a Bobble Head, so the head can swivel left and right. The color scheme matches up perfectly with the original Man-At-ArmsMattel figure. Man-At-Arms is posed with his weapon in hand and his mustache is glorious. *Interesting note: the original Mattel figure of Man-At-Arms did not have a mustache, this was a detail added by the Filmation animated series.
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