Tweeterhead’s Skeletor Maquette Is Amazing


Want the best looking Skeletor statue? Then get your hands on the Skeletor Legends maquette made by the artists at Tweeterhead. The 1:5 scale maquette is pricey but not as excessive as we’ve seen with similar collectibles over the past year. Skeletor will run you $654.99 at the Big Bad Toy Store and Sideshow Collectibles. However, that price includes multiple interchangeable heads and hands, so you can display the ruler of Snake Mountain the way you’d like. Tastefully, of course!

The expected release date is during the holiday season of 2023. The statue is made of polyresin and stands 25″ tall.

The maquette shares the same design choices Tweeterhead used for the 1:1 Skeletor Legends bust. This item can still be ordered via Sideshow Collectibles for $1,005. Better kidnap Prince Adam and get King Randor to offer up a tidy sum if you want to get this statue. Oof.

Tweeterhead also made a 1:5 Hordak maquette, too. It also features an updated look to the classic villain, including lots of blood-red accents to his armor, cape, and staff. Hordak is also slightly more affordable than Skeletor. He can be ordered now for $475 through Sideshow.


The polyresin Skeletor Maquette includes a number of swap-out features allowing fans to craft their perfect display of power. Choose between the classic portrait with a cackling expression or a modern portrait with a grimacing expression. Skeletor also features swap-out left hands — one in a clawed gesture and one holding the Power Sword. When holding the Power Sword, the figure measures 16.5″ wide.

The maquette measures 25″ tall, 15.4″ wide, and 11.7″ deep. It will come with the following:

  • 2 Head sculpts
    • Cackling expression
    • Grimacing expression
  • 2 Left hand parts
    • Clawed gesture
    • Power sword

What do you think of this newest interpretation of the man who was once Keldor? Let us know below.

[Source: Sideshow Collectibles]
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Mike Phalin

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