Masters of the Universe – Price Guide 1982-2022

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

The early Masters of the Universe prototypes were a trio of macho figures with the idea that He-Man would span many action settings, much like G.I. Joe or Mattel’s own Big Jim line. The figures were designed with simplicity in mind and the male form exaggerated in its heroic proportions.

Repurposed Big Jim figures were bulked out to super-musculature with modeling clay and then molded in plaster and given painted sheet wax outfits. There was a soldier who literally had a neck-breaking tank gun on his face, a fantasy spaceman with a suspiciously Boba Fett style helmet and rocket pack, and a familiar-looking barbarian.

Each figure listed year, license, manufacturer, title, set and character. For example, 1989 >> Toy Biz >> Spider-man >> The New Animated Series >> Series 8: Spider Wars >> Hydro-Man.

Other information includes accessories, rarity, product number (if available) and a “value”.

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Master of the Universe Price 1982-2022 Guide