If Super 7 get the licence to make Thundercats figures I think they really need to reboot the Classics line and start fresh. A lot of fans wanted Mattel to make Thundercats Classics back in 2009 along with MOTUC but sadly Mattel did not get the Thundercats licence until 2015...and didn't release any toys until late 2016 and cancelled the line before the first subscription figure was even released. Another failed Thaundercats line. One massive point that concerned me about the Mattel figures was the re-use of the MOTUC buck body. The MOTUC buck body really hasn't aged well compared to other action figure bodies. The buck was even somewhat dated in terms of it's articulation when it was first released at SDCC 2008. The body back then and even now still can't compete with the Marvel Legends or even the Mattel WWE Elite figure bucks. But I wont complain about the articulation too much. What I think is more important is an accurate sculpt. And that is the big area where the Mattel Thundercats have a problem. Granted the 4 Horsemen put in a lot of sculpt detail etc. But when the base is wrong is it worth while? Any artist knows that if the basic construction is wrong, no amount of detail will make it look 100% correct. It will still be wrong. For true cartoon accurate Thundercats toys we need unique sculpts instead of parts being re-used on the dated MOTUC buck. DC Collectibles Batman the Animated Series/New Adventures toyline has each figure with a unique sculpt and accurate in size to one another. The MOTUC buck was fine for MOTU as the original MOTU figures were all made with the same basic bodies and looked very similar to one another. The same goes for their look in the Filmation cartoon. Even Mattel's WWE line has every figure in the correct scale to one another! And that's a low end mass retail line. Looking at the seven Thundercats figures Mattel released they are all in the wrong scale compared to one another. With Mumm-Ra kind of being the exception being the exception, I am not saying is correct but we need to use someone to measure the others against...and Kit and Kat being generous but still a bit too big compared to Mumm-Ra. If we use Mumm-Ra as the measuring guide then Lion-O is way too short, Panthro and especially Pumyra and Jackalman are too tall. Then of course aside from height there is the build and proportion issues. Aside from being way too tall Jackalman is way to bulky to be a proper representation of how Jackalman looked in the cartoon. I understand a lot of people (scalpers especially LOL) invested in the Mattel line but considering the dated MOTUC buck, scale and price issues...and let's not forget the quality control and design/engineering issues, do you really want Super 7 to continue the Mattel Thundercats line? I for one would love Super 7 to start over and correct Mattel's mistakes and give Thundercats the respect it deserves and make proper cartoon accurate action figures.