Last night I put together a gift for my nephew for when he comes to visit. I got him the new Castle Greyskull, or Greyskult, as he calls it. I never had the original, but it’s clearly built as an homage to the original based on media I’ve seen. It’s a lot less haphazard than the original at least, as far as paint application goes. It’s got the trapdoor, which is the most important feature. My Nephew enjoys that sort of play feature. Unfortunately it doesn’t have a cage for them to fall into, but maybe I can make one before they visit.
This kind of purchase is made possible from support from viewers like you. (XD Now I’m gonna PBS style this.) So If you want me to make questionable purchases in an attempt to spoil my nephew please consider my Patreon. I worry that he’s going to grow up no appreciating things because he gets given a lot of stuff, but I also want him to enjoy the cool things that are out there. Maybe when he’s a little older I can give him tasks to do so he gets into the habit of working for stuff he likes. You always appreciate things better when you work for them.
Anyway, I like positive messages that go along with the old cartoons, which is what he’s been watching on Netflix. It’s hokey & not subtle, but when you’re 4 subtlety isn’t key to any experience. Plus the He-Man toys are good for imaginative play. Not as good as Lego, but you can’t play Lego all the time. You need to mix it up with bodybuilders saving the world sometimes.