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Cosmocats Ma-Mutt
Cosmocats Ma-Mutt MOC
Details
Company Al-Es
Features 5 points of articulation
Size 3"
Asst. # 3544
Toy Guide
Previous Cosmocats Snarf
Next Cosmocats Berbil Bill


Ma-Mutt was one of the first ThunderCats action figures produced in the second series of ThunderCats toys by Al-Es. The figure was based on the original 1980s cartoon version of Ma-Mutt.

Standing a solid 3 inches tall, the Ma-Mutt figure had poseable arms, legs, and head, thanks to 5 points of articulation.

This particular Ma-Mutt figure was released as a member of the ThunderCats "Companions" sub-line which included the ThunderKittens, the Berbils, Snarf and Ma-Mutt. The Companion figures were packaged on slightly smaller backing cards than the adult ThunderCats figures. Also the cards were illustrated with a scenic mountain landscape.

Al-Es made and/or repackaged the LJN ThunderCats toys for the Italian and French markets. In France, their toys' packaging had "Cosmocats" printed on them instead of "ThunderCats".

ThunderCats Bullet Point FeaturesEdit

Poseable limbs and head: The Ma-Mutt figure had 5 points of articulation, 2 at the shoulders, 2 at the hips, and 1 at the neck. These points allowed the figure to be posed in a variety of action poses.

ThunderCats Bullet Point Cosmocats vs LJNEdit

The Cosmocats Ma-Mutt was identical in every aspect to its LJN counterpart. Only the packaging was different.

One thing to note is that while LJN produced two variations of Ma-Mutt, one with a silver chain and one with a black, plastic chain, Cosmocats only made the black, plastic chain version.

ThunderCats Bullet Point Foreign Variations and ReleasesEdit

ThunderCats Bullet Point GalleryEdit

LJN Ma-Mutt Loose Front
LJN Ma-Mutt Loose Side
Ma-Mutt Loose
(front)
Ma-Mutt Loose
(side)

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