Masters of the Universe Senior Manager Ruben Martinez and his Shogun Masters Skeletor figure | Source: Mattel Creations/The Toy Book

Mattel Creations’ latest drop is the first-ever mashup of Masters of the Universe and the Japanese Shogun Warriors.

In the 1970s, Mattel brought the massive Shogun Warriors figures to the U.S. and just a few years later launched the Masters of the Universe collection. In more recent years, Super7 has carried the Shogun torch with limited releases like last year’s Super Shogun Optimus Prime created in collaboration with Hasbro, and a line of 3.75-inch Shogun Warriors ReAction Figures. Now, Mattel is bringing the Shogun styling back home for the Shogun Masters Skeletor.

Mattel Creations’ Shogun Masters Skeletor | Source: Mattel/The Toy Book

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The figure stands nearly two feet tall and was developed by Ruben Martinez, senior manager on Masters of the Universe (MOTU) at Mattel. His desk is adorned with giant mech toys, so the inspiration for a MOTU-inspired figure has been sitting right in front of him.

Shogun Masters Skeletor is battle-ready with a Missile-Firing Havoc Staff, a “He-Man Smashing Stance,” a Flying Rocket Fist, and a total of eight included missiles that can be stored on Skeletor’s armor.

The exclusive collectible and an accompanying T-shirt are available as an exclusive drop at Mattel Creations for a limited time beginning this Friday.