Bootleg Zones: Muscle Warriors Phelous | February 16, 2016 Time to go deeper into Galaxy Heroes with their 2nd main mold type which did a lot of the Galaxy Warriors in different way. toy,Galaxy Warriors,MOTU
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Wow, Huck has jaundice, and I just love the sky blue Baltard head. It looks like he belongs in a circus.
The Galaxy Warriors truly have sucked you into a black whole from which there is no return, and it’s wildly entertaining.
Promise me you’ll never stop doing Bootleg Zones, or else!
Bootleg Zones of Galaxy Everything is ok BUT I’m hoping for a Miraculous Merchandise of MOTU material at some point.
We would never forget the great Baltard wars, or the Galaxy Heroes that would rise up and become legend.
Your Baltard rendition of Nobody Knows the Baltards I’ve seen gets a Bootleg Zone 11/10. I just don’t know why these Galaxy Warriors videos are so interesting, but I love them. I owned some He-Man toys as a kid, but never had these, although I wish I had a store that sold them because they would have been nice cheap additions.
Wow, poor Huck has a really bad case of jaundice. And can I say how much I love sky blue headed Baltard? He looks like a clown that used the wrong color face paint.
Oh damn, I missed this when it first popped up because of the new X-Files vlog on top.
Holy mother of holiness, that new purple-haired-and-bearded variation of Baltard just beat out Baltard as biggest loser on planet Ferror!! He looks utterly ridiculous and hilarious.
I love the Ron Swanson-looking muscle man. He just looks like he doesn’t belong there whatsoever XD
I don’t think these variations were intentional c hanges between version to version, I think it’s more likely they just didn’t give a shit what they were making, and as a result would mix things up all the time like plastic colour, quality, consistency, and even head moulds. Then sometimes they’d splodge colour onto figure at complete random, not caring what they put at all.
That symbol for Sawhack looks a lot like the astrological symbol for Ares. That makes no sense given that it’s supposed to be a goat, but it’s the best I can think of.
Baltard! We should see a grand collection of all the Baltards, living in a happy community together.
Awesome video man. I love your tenacity in really getting to the bottom of it.
10:06 that looks like the symbol the followers of Set (a serpent god) used in the first “Ah-nuld” Conan film. Which was often colored red.
12:46 Finish Him! Phelous Wins! Fatality!
And I can’t understand Anubi at the end. Could someone translate plz? D:
“I can’t believe this wanton massacre – I’ve seen everything!”
Mmm, dat quality drop, & the way the heads aren’t even the same color as the bodies. A face melting good time.
The “ugly fuck” mystery art…. My $5 is someone just traced a photo of a wrestler & slapped a viking helmet on his head.
7:11 What’s up with the periwinkle Anubi’s nose? I was only joking about the face melting.
Guess how many now many Baltards are in the jar, & win a car!
The only excuse I can think of for the heads not matching the bodies is that they wanted kids to think these guys where wearing skin-tight onesies, like super heroes do.
I’m REALLY beginning to think my monitor colors aren’t calibrated right. You say brown, I see red, you say red, I see purple, you say purple, I see blue, you say brown again, I see blue, you say tan, I see yellow.
Huck’s hat looks like a tea kettle with two spouts & no handle.
Oh, I just noticed I’ve been upgraded from Eli Roth to Coca Cola. XD
Whoa…at 6:02, that 4-legged dinosaur. I’ve got something REALLY similar to that. I distinctly remember he smelled nice, kinda fruity almost, like a bag of sweets. He was green, too.
I wonder if one of my parents bought me a Galaxy Warriors figure to go along with my He-Man stuff at some point? That would blow my mind.
Although it could just be a generic dinosaur mold that was used often.
There were ALOT of cheap chinese dinosaur molds made at the times, that you could find for ridiculous prices in alot of places, either sold separetly, in bunches inside plastic baggies or playsets or as accessories to other figs. I still have a bastket full of ‘hem in my basement.
“Fabrique a Chine” is a mangled translation of Made in China that literally translates to “Made at China”