Overall, i guess is worth price. I collect all kinds of horror, sci Fi, and other things that interest me. I display everything in spare bedroom. I guess my man cave, i have alot of funko pops, action figures, star wars hot wheels ships, living dead dolls, TWD, Etc. So i saw this and thought i needed a Star Trek Enterprise in vinyl (like the pops) so i ordered one. It is a cute piece for my collection, the only downfalls are that 1. It isn't level, the saucer bows and bends but its only noticeable from the up close side eye level view and 2. It needs a stand for setting up on shelf. Anyone who collects ships like the Enterprise would know, the Enterprise will not stand on own due to is awkward shape. Overall i think it was worth it, especially for its collectors appeal being a San Diego Comi-con Exclusive. I would recommend to collectors, but you'll have to find some kind of stand for displaying outside the box. God luck
This really fun boxed set of two iconic figures from the Masters of the Universe line really surprised me. They are vibrant, articulated, about 3" tall, and bring back the nostalgia that I had almost forgotten from my youth. The set includes Man-at-Arms and Stratos with accessories. These great, amazing figures from the Loyal Subjects are similar to their individual blind box releases with slightly different paint decos. I think the coolest thing about these little guys is that after almost 40 yrs, the He-man and Masters of the Universe line could, and should, do very well with a resurgence of the property. Not to mention this box set alone got my daughter interested also.
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