Masters of the Universe Origins Mouse-Jaw
  • Masters of the Universe Origins Mouse-Jaw

    Unbeknownst to him, Trap Jaw was the first of Krang's ooze experiments. The cybernetic walking weapon of destruction fused with Baxter Stockman's M.O.U.S.E.R. technology, making him a mindless minion in Skeletor's mutant army.

    Includes right arm to complete Metal-Boto
  • Wave: Target

    Year: 2024

    Retail: $24.99 UPC: 194735205592 TargetDPCI: 087-260-3380 Series: Origins Group: Turtles of Grayskull
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The average price based upon the last 20 sold auctions is: $18.03

[High: $24.99/Low: $12.50]. The average Buy It Now price is $20.15 based upon 44 filtered active auctions out of 58.

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This Mouse-Jaw toy was added on January 2024 and also released in 2024 with a retail price of $24.99. It may be harder to find this action figure as it's an exclusive to Target. This action figure is part of the Masters of the Universe genre within the Origins series. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 194735205592, Target DPCI: 087-260-3380 and on eBay (paid link). With an average selling price of $18.03, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for less than retail. Hundreds of collectors have this toy (249) in their user collections, so it does seem to be very popular. Some of these figures are specifying that they are unpunched, which may have higher value over punched cardbacks.

Action Figure Review: Mouse-Jaw from Turtles of Grayskull by Mattel by review sentiment positive

I've just got my hands on the latest addition to my collection, the Mouse-Jaw from Mattel's Turtles of Grayskull series, and it's a fascinating blend of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Masters of the Universe aesthetics. I adore how Mattel has blended iconic elements from both franchises to create this hybrid character. The use of MOTU Origins parts means it fits perfectly with existing collections, and I appreciate Mattel's craftsmanship over Playmates' recent offerings.

Mouse-Jaw himself is an imaginative combination of MOTU's Trap-Jaw and TMNT's M.O.U.S.E.R., featuring a unique white and red color scheme and an intricate cybernetic design. I'm especially fond of the helmet that resembles a Mouser head and the versatile jaw that brings a bit of TMNT flavor to the table. The figure's articulation and build quality strike a satisfying balance between a playable toy and a display piece. The inclusion of an articulated M.O.U.S.E.R. and build-a-figure parts for Metal-Boto adds exceptional play value to this figure.

There's a minor issue with the balance due to the heavy Mouser head, but that doesn't detract from the overall excitement this figure brings to the shelf. It's a solid start to what I'm anticipating to be an exciting toy line for 2024, combining elements from two beloved worlds in a fresh and fun way. Mouse-Jaw is, without a doubt, an epic figure ready to be a standout in anyone's collection

Deluxe Turtles of Grayskull Mouse Jaw Figure by review sentiment positive

Recently, I experienced the thrill of exploring the exclusive Turtles of Gryskull Mouse Jaw figure, available solely at Target. This deluxe item demands an additional $5, raising questions about its true value. Dan Chris deserves a shout-out for acquiring one for my collection – much appreciated, Dan!

When I first laid eyes on the packaging, reminiscent of the Walmart Moss Man, the extra detail was immediately apparent. Vibrant art depicting Mouse Jaw and some iconic elements graced the front, while the back showcased an inventive take on Trap Jaw's debut from the mini-comics, substituting He-Man with a Leonardo twist.

Inside the box, a trading card was included, though I had hoped for a more in-depth comic to delve into Mouse Jaw's origins. Assembling the figure, it was clear that the additional cost was justified. Key components of the metal bot were included, along with an array of accessories. While there's a respectable amount of reuse, the new shin and foot designs, along with the arm modifications, added a delightful twist.

One minor complaint might be the absence of the classic zip line loop, yet the Mouser-turned-arm-cannon effectively offsets this. The Mouser's tail could benefit from a joint to enhance positioning, but it's a minor point considering the articulation and overall capability of the figure, despite the Mouser attachment adding some weight.

Paring back, I reflected on the overall package. The plethora of accessories, coupled with a thoughtful design, solidified my opinion: this deluxe figure genuinely merits the extra investment. And with visibility on store shelves seeming to increase, my hope is that collectors can obtain this gem without resorting to inflated secondary market prices.

In conclusion, if you're enticed by uniquely designed figures and supplementary features, and don't mind a bump in price, this collectible could very well be a worthy addition to your set-up.

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