|MOTUC King Grayskull|
King D'vann Grayskull, or King G (for short), looks more like a battle-scared barbarian than He-man with his The Beatles-style hairdo, and that what makes King G the real bossman. Definitely, everyone should notice King G's red robe with all the rips and tears at the edges along with this white wool cloth thingy that clings unto and covers his shoulders. It actually feels like suede when you touch this wool cloth mimicry.
You've probably stumbled into the wrong impression that King G and He-Man both have the same height and body mold, but no they're not. Although they have the same body type, but the body mold is different. You can see here on one of these photos that King G is a little bitty bit taller and bulkier than He-Man. I, myself got into the impression as well and was greatly surprised when I looked at them closely.
Comparing him with the strongest man of the universe, King G has a few of what He-Man have with added features and some minor modifications. King G has these long loose ponytails coming down from both side of his face to his wide jaw while his long majestic hair on his back goes just right at armpit level. Like his hair, King G's loin cloth is long and full supported by this aluminum-like belt around his waist. The sigil emblemed on his chest, I should say, looks more like a kickass asterisk-symbol rather than a cross, which I think is much cooler.
King Grayskull comes with four different weapons or accessories. To say the least, he got his main weapon, the Power Sword. And unlike He-Man's, this Power Sword has a blazing blue tip that he probably buffed up using his magic. Then again, we're being re-introduced to these two sword-halves that you can assemble or disassemble, which I still don't know the sense of all these gimmicks, since if you're giving He-Man and Skeletor each with sword-halves, those guys already had a sword-half of their own!
King G comes with a shield, which you're probably familiar of, but the one new and unique thing that comes with this guy is this sparkly blue "spirit orb" or the "power orb" (I don't really know its name).
The articulation on this guy is the same as your standard MOTUC action figure. His head can rotate 360 but you gotta take off the king's robe and bend his ponytails out of the way. He's got ab crunch, waist swivel, and ball-hinged hips that lets move his legs foward and back. He's got a wiggly ankle pivot that kept me busy having to get him into a dynamic pose. He got swivel to the biceps and wrists, and his elbows and knees all remained single-jointed.
King Grayskull stands almost 7 inches tall, and he may work well with some of your Marvel Legends and Marvel Select figures. Just imagine having King G battling Thor in your display! You may know me as someone who collects Marvel stuff, but Masters of the Universe Classics action figures are also one of my growing collections.