Packaging - ***1/2
packaging is the same as the other MOTU figures. Decent looking card
with decent sized bubble. As always, the back of the card
provides the necessary specs on the figure. Nothing more to say here
a very nicely sculpted figure that finally gives Skeletor something decent
to look at up in Snake Mountain. The sculpting of this
"Goddess" is very similar to how Teela was done.
Overall there's nothing much
negative about this figure. She's given a snobbish expression and
she looks exactly as she should.
Paint - ****
Mattel so far has done a really nice job with the quality of paint on the
Masters of the Universe figures. On my figure all the lines are clean
and clear with no signs of bleeding anywhere. Very well done.
Articulation - ***1/2
Evil-Lyn isn't given any special treatment for being a girl so she has the
exact same points of articulation as everyone else. That's 12 points
Accessories - ***
Evil-Lyn comes equipped with two accessories: Her Magic Staff and
Dagger. Both of which are very well painted.
Action Features - ***
Another similarity with the other MOTU figures is her action gimmick.
Just the standard pull right arm back, let go, and she slugs the first punk
who comes onto her. The feature works well but isn't anything new.
Value - ***1/2
Priced at the standard $7.99, Evil-Lyn should be a no-brainer for those who
are a fan of this line.
Overall - ***1/2
Not at the fault of Evil-Lyn, I am slowly growing less and less interested
in the Masters of the Universe line. There really isn't anything
special to these figures, but they do look really cool. But getting
back to Evil-Lyn, she really is a must buy if you collect MOTU. IF you
can find one anyway. What you see is pretty much what you get.
While I don't know if there are
plans for this, a variant Evil-Lyn with normal skin tones would be pretty
Where to Buy -
Get Evil-Lyn anywhere MOTU figures are sold: Wal-Mart, Toys'R'Us,
Target, and other retailers.
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