Posted by specialK January 09, 2013

Man or Monster? Studios are set to debut the first of their MOTUMU (Masters of the Universe Mash-Ups) line this Saturday at the Clutter (In)Action Figures show! How cool is that? MOTUMUs are 5.5" toys made of bootlegged parts from an assortment of toy lines, PEZ dispensers and anything else that works. "Troopor", "Dest-Ro", "Rob-N-Mask" and "Doomdok"  are each limited to just 20 pieces. The first 5 pieces of each figure will be made available at the Clutter Gallery and the Clutter webshop with the remaining 15 available through Man or Monster? Studios after the show. All of the MOTUMUs have 4 points of articulation and use the same neo-mag joints as Man or Monster?'s "Warlords of Wor" so you can mix them up and make your own figure. How awesome is that? Take a look at what Man or Monster? Studios has in store for  the (In)Action Figures show this Saturday at the Clutter Gallery!

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