Life In Plastic: TOY REVIEW: Flogg (Masters of the Universe Classics)

Nerditis

Flogg

One of the biggest fears in toy collecting is leaving teams or sets incomplete, or at least horribly deficient. Sure, we don’t need every Autobot, but when Ratchet is Optimus Prime’s second in command (I don’t know if he is or isn’t, so sue me), and we never get a toy of him, this makes us sad. Most often it happens because toyakers don’t like making toys of girls – the fact that they always sell out immediately is proof that they are just too risky, after all. Masters of the Universe Classics has never had that problem. What they’ve done instead is hold a few suprisingly important or popular characters ransom for future years. But since the line is now officially ending after 2015, they’ve decided to just shove those guys out… finally.

Flogg-MutantLord

There was never really a chance that we would see all or even most of the

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