Greetings and salutations, fellow MotU enthusiasts!
You may have heard of the unofficial MotuC guide book was released in Europe last year. It covers all of the MotuC product released by Mattel through mattycollector, as well as their short-lived Thundercats line (the Super 7 MotUC releases are not included as they are still being produced).
The book includes all the figures, accessories, playset and vehicles released, has in-depth information about them, an index by year of release and an index by character name, it features gorgeous high-definition pictures, and also includes original bios for each character, and even some great customs and dioramas as “extras”. Last but not least, it includes an interview with Axel Giménez about his work on the line.
This is a bilingual book, printed in both English and Spanish, 288 full-color pages plus 2 color inside covers, printed on 80 lb weight, matte-coated paper in a gorgeous 8.27″ x 11.69″ format.
Through a special arrangement with the main author, David Sullyvan, we have gained exclusive rights to make a highly limited print run of the second edition of this book to distribute in the USA. The print run is limited to 100 copies.
The book will be exclusively available at toy shows and toy collecting conventions in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, through local dealers like Cargo Hold Collectibles and Digital Realm Models and Toys. There will be a poster with the book cover on display by their table. Cost at the shows will be $50 if paying in cash or with a money order.
The books are also available for sale through PayPal (fulfillment through media mail) in the USA. These are marked up to $58 to account for shipping costs, paypal fees, mailer/packing materials and handling time. The books are in hand and will ship within 5 business days of receiving payment. If you want a book, send an email to email@example.com with your paypal address and you will be sent a PayPal invoice. This is not automated, so please give it a day to arrive before writing to follow-up.
Below are some sample pages from the book.
And a pic of the physical books, lest you think this is some kind of con 🙂