He Man

The most powerful man in the universe. He-man was given his tremendous strength by the power of Castle GraySkull. The Sorceress gave the sword of power to Prince Adam on his 18th birthday. Whenever trouble threatens Eternia, Adam holds aloft the sword and transforms himself into the mighty champion He-man the defender Castle Grayskull. His chief task is to falter the various schemes and machination of Skeletor, Hordak and King Hiss, who will stop at nothing to take over Eternia. At He-Man’s side are the ever faithful BattleCat, King Randor’s royal army and the heroic warriors. He-man is sworn to protect Castle Grayskull and must display the dignity and honor that his duty demands.

He-man is usually the first to prefer resolution compromise before resorting to violence. Even when Skeletor endangers himself He-man will come to his aid. Randor comes to rely on He-Man to solve the problems of his kingdom. Physically He-man's most impressive quality is his strength which is on most occasion without equal except for Faker. His super human strength comes from the abyss beneath Castle Grayskull which feeds the castle its power. When He-man squares off physically against Skeletor’s villains he usually looks for non violent ways of battling them. While He-Man’s powers are mainly physical he also possesses a deep rooted sense of morality. Being trained by Man-At-Arms he sometimes uses his knowledge of science to solve problems.

He-Man is not invulnerable and can be thoroughly drained from exertion. The chest harness that he wears was fashioned by the Sorceress from Coridite, and helps add to He-man’s incredible power. The Sword of Power’s main purpose is to act as a conduit for the power of Castle Grayskull and is used to transform Prince Adam into He-Man and Cringer into Battle Cat. But he also uses it as a useful tool to deflect laser blasts, smash apart blockades and pry open tight areas. He-Man is a testament to strength and endurance both mentally and physically.

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  • Our Philosophy

    Lets face it, anyone growing up in the 80's knows it was a great time for collecting items from the world of science fiction and iconic superheroes. To this day, I don't think they will ever make greater heroes than the likes of Optimus Prime, Luke Skywalker, He-Man, Captain Kirk or Snake Eyes. This 80's influx of iconic characters led me to become the toy collector I am today.

    Being a big kid at heart, I created www.cullercollectibles.com site to do what I love doing. First and foremost, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and secondly, helping people find the cool item they had when they were a kid. I'm also more than happy to help the avid collector looking for that final piece of their collection. Some of my pieces are professionally graded, cleaned and cased by the Action Figure Authority. This assures a collector that everything purchased has been 100% authenticated by trained toy graders. Buyers can be confident there are no fakes in this collection. I can assure you all my items have a significant amount of time and money invested in them. So you can rest assured they are all quality collectibles.

    If I don't have the item you are looking for, I will do my best to find it at the price you can afford. Please feel free to contact me and I'll see what I can do for you. I am also always buying classic toys as well, feel free to email me if you would like to sell your collection. I am a Christian and practice what I preach, Luke 6:31. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please return your item for a full refund. Once the item has been received and examined, you will receive your refund in full.

    As a Christian I am also open to any theological questions you'd like to discuss, or if you'd like to find out how to know Jesus Christ by repenting and putting your trust in Him.

  • What is AFA Grading?

    Gold Level The AFA Gold level consists of the grades 100, 95, and 90. When an items condition warrants classification within this level, the smallest of flaws are judged and taken into account to determine the exact grade received. The select few items which receive these grades are among the highest quality in existence. A very small percentage of items submitted to AFA receive a Gold level grade. An items flaws must be very minor, subtle, and can often be difficult to identify with the naked eye. A collector who is extremely condition sensitive should be satisfied with the condition of a Gold level item in the vast majority of instances.

    Silver Level The AFA Silver level consists of the grades 85, 80, and 75. Items which receive grades within this level range from having small flaws to having relatively significant flaws. Silver level grades represent a much larger range of condition than Gold level grades. The highest grade within this level, an 85, could most often be described as being near case fresh, with the lowest grade within this level, a 75, being somewhat shelf worn but still relatively nice. As a general rule, an item which receives the grade of 85 is a fantastic display piece and can often be right on the edge of Gold level condition. The term 'case fresh' is certainly justifiable, as the average item pulled from a sealed case would grade an 85 due to small flaws which occur when items are packaged or shipped from the factory. An item which receives the grade of 80 represents a nice example with minor to moderate flaws apparent upon close inspection. As a generalization, the average item which has spent time on a store shelf being moved around prior to purchase, but has otherwise been handled with relative care over the years may score an 80. The lowest Silver level grade is a 75 which represents an item with significant flaws which are much more evident than flaws visible on items which receive higher Silver level grades. An item which receives the grade of 75 will most often have significant wear, an inner blister crack, or other moderate to significant wear, but should be free of major flaws which would immediately draw the eye to them at first glance. For most high grade collectors, an 85 will be satisfactory. For most discriminating collectors, an 80 will be satisfactory. A 75 will most often be satisfactory to those who are not overly concerned with light stresses, blister imperfections, and other flaws which do not likely jump out at first glance like the flaws displayed by Bronze level items.

    Bronze Level The AFA Bronze level consists of the grades 70 and below. Items which receive these grades typically have damage ranging from simply noticeable upon first glance to extremely significant. Packaging may have significant stressing or creasing and a blister or window may be crushed or cracked. The Bronze level covers the largest range of conditions and the scope of flaws will range considerably. Condition for Bronze level items is determined by how many 'major flaws are present and how severe each flaw is. Bronze level items may have major flaws such as a torn off or cut-out POP or other large paper tears. Bronze level items may not be satisfactory to condition sensitive collectors.

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