Joints are extremely tight. Thankfully, the toy is well made, so moving the joints to "break them in" doesn't feel like it will wear out out or damage the toy. Paint is fantastic. He-Man's muscles have several tones of shading, and almost glistening finish, really selling the ready-for-battle look.
The sculpt overall is fantastic. He's not 1983's He-Man (but unfortunately has that option), nor is he the 200x or Dolph Lundgren version. He's a re-imagined blend of all versions of He-Man, with some new elements thrown in for good measure. His hair is atrocious, but that's been a staple thing with all He-Man universes.
The quality of this figure makes me anticipate the upcoming release of Skeletor and the other Masters. Mondo also have shown prototypes of Faker, Man-At-Arms, and my personal favorite, Mer-Man... so hopefully this line lives on to have Beastman, Trapjaw, Teela, and if there is true power in Grayskull... A 1/6 scale Battlecat!!!!!!
- Well built. Solid plastic, durable soft pieces.
- Details are amazing. Very barbarian but still a classic He-Man look.
- Tons of accessories. Even the box wrapping makes a great Grayskull background.
- Face sculpt isn't for everyone.
- Hands pop off even without touching them. They are held in by friction pegs, but little ribbing to hold them in.