Want to bash the evil forces on Skeletor or maybe make someone you don’t like disappear? Thanks to Factory Entertainment’s newest Masters of the Universe replicas, you can now do both! Previously, the company had created a replica of He-Man’s Power Sword and Skeletor’s Havoc Staff. Now you can get your hands on the Diamond Ray of Disappearance and Man-At-Arms’s Mace!
The Diamond Ray Of Disappearance should be instantly familiar to anyone who grew up watching He-Man. For many of us, the magical gem was part of the first episode of Masters of the Universe that we witnessed on September 5th, 1983. Now you can own that piece of history with this 1:1 replica that features an acrylic diamond with an LED light effect inside the box! The replica is priced at $249.99 and is ready to ship now!
Another new weapon to join the MotU armory is the mace we sometimes see Man-At-Arms wielding. Unfortunately, the mace is limited to only 500 copies and is made from a sand-casted brass alloy. So, this thing is probably going to be heavy. The replica measures 20″ long, and the handle is wrapped with “genuine leather dyed oxblood red.” Personally, I would have liked the mace to be painted the traditional Mattel orange, but you get what you get.
If you order Duncan’s mace directly from FE, you’ll get it discounted from $399.99 to $349.99. You’ll need to be patient, though, because this replica isn’t going to ship until Spring 2023. However, a three-installment payment plan is available if you don’t want to lose a few hundred bucks immediately.
Our officially licensed Masters of the Universe Man-At-Arms Mace Prop Replica is 20-inches long and is sand-cast from brass alloy as an homage to the color the original toy accessory, but with a realistic finish and enhanced detail intended to convey the appearance of an actual historical mace. This includes the addition of a unique texture to the outer surfaces, giving the replica an ancient and battle-worn patina. The handle is wrapped in genuine leather dyed oxblood red.
The box was first sculpted as a 3D model. Taking inspiration from ancient ossuary boxes, fine details were then added by hand to give the appearance of age and wear. It features mystical engraved script and is cast from polsystone. The stone itself is supported on an industrial-looking cradle that houses an LED lighting effect. This effect is triggered by a hidden sensor when the box is opened, lighting the diamond from beneath. A round-cut diamond shape was chosen to maximize the sparkle when the LED light shines through its many facets. The stone is high pressure cast in acrylic.
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