Masters of the Universe Classics Strong-Or (Filmation Series)


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Product Description

Please Note: As the MOTU Classic Subscription figures become more and more obscure, the demand for the less popular figures is drastically lower. Because we are forced to buy all the figures in the subscriptions, the prices on popular figures will be higher than normal. We apologize for this, but in order to bring in the volume of popular characters everyone wants, we need to use proceeds of their sales to pay for the less desirable figures that could be in our inventory for the long term and may end up on clearance.

Item Size: 7" scale.
Material: Plastic

Phony photanium from Phantos? Sounds like a Strong-Or™ scheme! This fan-demanded figure is a mighty master of metals with a powerful punch. From the episode "She-Demon of Phantos," the final figure in our Filmation line comes with two interchangeable arms to recreate his super stretching powers and the shrinking ray used by Skeletor®.

Strong-Or™ Bio
Real Name: Dalmus Fu

Originally a worker in the photanium mines of Phantos, Dalmus lost his right arm and parts of his face when a mechanical press folder malfunctioned. Desiring to become a super strong menace, the master metal-worker stole large amounts of photanium, the strongest metal in the universe, from the mines and created a new face and telescoping arm. After Strong-Or's thievery was discovered, Queen Elmora banished him from her kingdom. Years later, he returned with Skeletor® to invade the photanium mines, but when He-Man® freed Queen Elmora from Skeletor's influence, Strong-Or™ was forced out of Phantos once again. Strong-Or™ has a powerful punch that extends great distances and is nearly as strong as He-Man®.


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