Masters of the Universe Mattel Classics Mo-Larr vs Skeletor
Meet Mo-Larr, defender of tooth, justice, and the Eternian way! Mo-Larr was featured in the famous (infamous?) episode featured on the DVD release of Robot Chicken Season 2 where he chased down Skeletor and relieved him of an impacted wisdom tooth, sans numbing agent. Skeletor features a new head with missing tooth, Havok Staff, Power Sword, and Half Power Sword. Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist, comes with five assorted dental tools, including @#%## drill and floss.Mo-Larr Bio Real Name: Dr. Moe LarrsteinWhen an impacted wisdom tooth or an infected molar threatens the oral health of anyone in the Dark or Light Hemispheres, Mo-Larr, Eternian Dentist, is called! Relentlessly dedicated to his craft, Mo-Larr has been known to travel to the gates of Snake Mountain itself to insist his clients keep their appointments! Whether hero or villain, it's all the same to Mo-Larr the sworn enemy of all Eternian cavities!
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This Mo-Larr vs Skeletor toy was added on September 2022 and originally released in 2010 with a retail price of $40.00. It may be harder to find this action figure as it's an exclusive to SDCC. This action figure is part of the Masters of the Universe genre within the Mattel Classics series. With an average selling price of $63.72, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for about its original retail price. Quite a few (55) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.
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