Monday, October 24, 2011
Evil Master Of Power Suction
Real Name: K’ull’leusshhhh
A Slebetor Slug-man from deep in the Lake of Gnarl, Leech was called from the depths by a magic spell of Hordak to bolster his forces against King Grayskull and the Snake Men during the Great Wars. Mindwiped by Hordak’s lead witch, Leech became a loyal member of his Horde Army, using his magically enhanced energy-draining powers to suck enemies of their strength. He later played a key role in the Horde’s fight against the Great Rebellion after Hordak claimed Etheria as a new homeworld during their banishment in Despondos. When called upon in battle, Leech sucks the power from his enemies!
Accessories: Crossbow, Horde Net.
Posted by James Sawyer at 8:56 AM
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Yup I'm with you guys, I like Leech a lot! I guess I'm easy to please. I never even notice the things people complain about until I read it a hundred times on the computer. I did notice that they didn't do a fake button on his back to simulate his sucking power but it's no biggie because it was so minor on the og figure. I hope Mantenna doesn't take too long to come out, I fear that the uniqueness of his body will delay him. It looks like you'll have to do a special edition Mo-Lar video review now that you have your third cast member floating around behind the couch! Great review guys!ReplyDelete
I never know where to post my comments; here, he-man.org, facebook, etc. so I guess I'll just post something on each. Among the Horde members, Grizzlor was always my favorite, probably because of the fur. But, I think this version of Leach is a good representation of the character and I didn't buy into the hate for it either. Good work.ReplyDelete
This post hasn't have his own link in "The files of Scrollos" section. Could you create it, please? By the way, congratulations for your work, I'm a newer MOTU collector and I have to tell you that's the best MOTU page I've found ever. I'm also blogger and I visit it every day.ReplyDelete
M.F.B.- Thanks for the tip (and the very kind compliment)! I have added the entry to the "Files of Scrollos" listing...ReplyDelete