SDCC 2012: Mattel - Masters of the Universe Classics

6:00 PM on 07.13.2012 // Scarecroodle

Mattel had the massive Granamyr on display at their Masters of the Universe booth. This massive dragon even makes the double-oversized Tytus look small by comparison. Despite that, Granamyr looks surprisingly well-articulated for a figure of his size although I wonder if he can actually support his weight standing up (his hinged hips, which limit mobility, may help there).

Besides Granamyr, the display included many recently released figures with a few upcoming ones (including Draego-Man's missing weapons). However, I expect Granamyr would have dwarfed any other news anyway. It takes a few seconds to recover from a reveal this big. I mean, is there anybody who isn't thinking of buying this? Anybody at all?

More photos in the gallery. I would strongly recommend at least checking out the full Granamyr photo and the really awesome mountain display.

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