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Masters of the Universe Classics

Masters of the Universe Classics

Celebrating 25 years of Grayskull, Mattel has launched a new line of He-Man action figures that make your 80's versions look downright dumb. The Masters of the Universe Classics ($20) are fully detailed and articulated, landing somewhere between the originals and the crazy anime-inspired ones a couple years back. The first two available this fall will be He-Man and Beast Man, with one new figure going on sale every month.

  • Nerf N-Strike Recon CS-6

    Blast your opponents (or roommates) your way with the Nerf N-Strike Recon CS-6 ($20). This hardcore toy dart blaster comes with five interchangeable parts that can be taken apart and reassembled in any configuration you want, and features a flip-up sight, a dual-mode red-dot sight for nighttime action, and more. The new champ of intra-office warfare.

  • Star Wars Legacy Collection Millennium Falcon

    She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. In fact, the Star Wars Legacy Collection Millennium Falcon ($160) has it all. The first new Millennium Falcon toy since the original debuted in 1979, this updated rebel spacecraft measures over two-and-a-half feet long (30% percent larger than the old one) and features a light-up cockpit, headlights, hyperdrive engine, and Dejarik table (!), as well as a ton of authentic movie phrases and sounds. It accommodates up to 18 figures (Han and Chewy included) and also has always-handy secret smuggling compartments, working missile launchers, Luke's Jedi training probe, mini-fighter vehicle, and pivoting gunner station. You simply won't find a better Corellian freighter in the whole galaxy. 
    Our Tatooine hands-on photos below.