Mattel's take on jumbo retro figures.
Mattel solves one of the biggest issues I had with the jumbo Gentle Giant SW figures. They are glossy, like the original figures, unlike the dull matte look of Gentle Giant's figures. Another improvement is the figures are made out of a sturdy hard plastic and not the soft squishy hollow vinyl of GG's figures.
He-Man has all the articulation, accessories and action feature of the original figure. Yes, he does have the twist waist punching action and his half of the Power Sword does snap together with Skeletor's half. A major change is the legs are now strung with an elastic cord instead of a rubber band. The legs also have two little notches added in each which snap into clips in the pelvis to keep the legs locked into place for display. You will also notice some breaks in the sculpt that kind of looks like added articulation, like at the wrists. It's not. It's just how the pieces were molded and fitted together.
The figure is a bit softer in detail than the early MOTU figures. The detail level is closer to the later vintage hard head figures or 2000 Commemorative reissues. The head sculpt, on He-Man, is noticeably a bit off and does look more like the Commemorative figure than the eight or twelve back soft head original one. My guess is these are probably digital up scales of the Commemorative figures.
They do come on retro MOTU card backs in the style of the original eight back cards. But they are not the same. There are only seven figures on the back of the card and not the same ones from the eight back. The cards are not resealable.