Name: MUMM-RA (Mummy Version)
Comic First Appearance: Unknown
Cartoon First Appearance: ThunderCats; "Exodus"; Jan. 23. 1985
Mumm-Ra Was Voiced By: Earl Hammond
After all these years, I never knew there was an action figure of the Mummy version of Mumm-Ra exist. I discovered this Mummy Mumm-Ra version by accident while I was wandering in the Ebay world. As soon as I saw it, I quickly snatched one. I got Mummy Mumm-Ra Mar. Ix, Mmvi and it cost me $V.XCIX (X.LIV) from Ebay.
Mummy Mumm-Ra: The Ever-Living
Mummy Mumm-Ra's Motto:
"Ancient spirits of evil.....transform this decayed form to Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living! Ha....yeah ha.......!"
NOTE-1: This review page is meant to give you some ideas about the figure should you decide to obtain one, or even just for nostalgic or sentimental purposes. They're just my opinion and I hold no responsibility for your action. If you have questions about this review or if there's a section or image that owned by you and I didn't give you credit, please click email from the main page. I'll make the correction once I receive your info. Have fun.
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R-1 Mummy Mumm-Ra in its Original condition:
2 - Since this is the Mailed Away Version, there is no artwork on the box. As you can see, Mummy Mumm-Ra and staff are wrapped inside a clear plastic bag.
3 - These are all the contents that were included in the box/ package/ card: "1" Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure, "1" black staff, "1" and "1" catalog.
NOTE-2: Mummy Mumm-Ra was released in two versions. The Mumm-Ra's Tomb Fortress" came both with the Tomb Fortress and Mummy Mumm-Ra. The second version is the Mailed Away version which you are looking at.
R-2 Mummy Mumm-Ra Action Figure:
Mummy Mumm-Ra isn't so dynamic or impressive as the Ever Living Mumm-Ra version. Also, he does not have that special gimmick called the battle-matic action lever effect which force the arm to move by itself when the lever is pressed. When looking at the figure from the side and rear, he reminds me of that old witch from Snow White. Mummy Mumm-Ra has a simple design and an okay sculpture of work. In term of articulation, only his head and arm are move-able. He has no real feet or leg as they are jointed with each other along with the cloth. The face is a little bit off from the cartoon counterpart, but not the less, this figure is still a nice representation of the Mumm-Ra weakling form.
R-4 Mumm-Ra in Attacked Mode:
In addition to the Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure, a bonus staff is included as well. The staff is beautifully design and works well with Mummy Mumm-Ra figure. The top of the staff has a wicked evil head of an animal head which is a representation of one of Mumm-Ra masters/ gods. Its barrel has a twist and turn throughout the entire staff length which make it even more evil. The staff measurements is approximately 4 13/16 x 1 1/2 x 1 (in inches).
R-5 The Transformation:
"Ancient spirits of evil..... transform this decayed form to Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living! Ha....yeah ha.......!" This diabolic and eerie phrase always gave me that chilling goose bump whenever I heard that sound coming out of Mumm-Ra voice. In the action figure world, Mummy Mumm-Ra stands just below Mumm-Ra arm pit.
R-6 ThunderCats 1986 Catalog:
The 1986 Catalog has a total of 16 panels of images in contrast to the 1985 Catalog which only has 8 panels of images. Its catalog is printed on a paper size of 2 1/2 x 25 1/2 (in inches). The 16 panels images contain 8 panels from the 1985 catalog images and the new 8 panels of images are Berserkers (Ram-Bam, Cruncher, HammerHand, To-Spinner), ThunderClaw (with Panthro), Hovercat (with Tigra), Companions (Ma-Mutt, Snarf, Berbil Belle, Berbil Bert, Berbil Bill, Wilykit, Wilykat), Mutant Fistpounder (with Slith, Vultureman, Grune the Destroyer), Mumm-Ra's Tomb Fortress (with Mummy Mumm-Ra), Evil Mutant (Vultureman, Grune the Destroyer, Ratar-O, Mumm-Ra, S-S-Slithe, Monkian, Jackalman), Good Thundercats (Tuska Warrior, Hachiman, Snowman of Hook mountain, Lion-O, Cheetara, Pantro, Tygra), Cat's Lair (with Lion, Hachiman, Ratar-O).
R-7 Rémy's Exclusive Mailed Away Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure review:
Manufacturer - LJN Toys LTD.
Line, Series/ Wave: Thundercats, Series 2 - Exclusive Mailed Away.
Year Released: 
Made: [Hong Kong]
Box or Card Dimension In Inches: [LxWxD] - 5 5/16 X 3 11/16 X 2 1/4 - MISB.
Box or Card Assortment Number: [N/A]
Packaging Method: Mint In Sealed Box. Contents were packed with the following procedure:
Place on a clear plastic bag are: "1" Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure, and "1" staff."
Behind the clear plastic bag is: "1" Catalog
Box/Card Special Note: Front Card Appearance: None. Back Box Appearance: None
Box/ Card Point: [N/A]
Approximately Toy Dimension In Inches: - Height Up To The Head: 4 13/16 Maximum Height: 4 13/16 Width from shoulder to shoulder: 1 3/4 Maximum Width: 2 3/4 (from fist to fist). Dept: 2
Toy Stamp/ Fine Print: - ©1985 TELEPIX.LCI.; T.WOLF; L.JNTOY'S LTD.;
Toy Stamp/ Fine Print Location: - Can be found underside of Mummy Mumm-Ra feet.
Paint Quality: [-B] - Just a little bit over good.
Material Durability: [+A] - Very durable.
Toy Materials: Die Cast Metal: N/A . Chrome Metal: N/A Rubber: N/A Plastic: Main material. Clear Plastic Window: N/A.
Stability: [-A] - Very stable thanks to no ankle articulation.
Fun Toy: [C] - Average.
Negative Drawback - None.
Articulations: Head: Can be rotated at a 360 degree sideway. Shoulder: Can be rotated at a 360 degree forward or backward. Arm/ Elbow: Cannot be bent. Wrist/ Hand: Cannot be bent or rotated. Hip/ Waist: Cannot be bent or rotated. Leg: Cannont be bent. Knee: Cannot be bent. Ankle/ Feet: No movement.
Action Figure Cartoon looks alike: [-A] - Looks pretty much like the cartoon.
Special Notes: Here are "6" Special Notes that I think you should know:
1 - Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure was released in two ways:
- The regular release: "Mumm-Ra's Tomb Fortress" came both with the Tomb Fortress and Mummy Mumm-Ra.
- The second one, which you are looking at, is the Mailed Away version, only came with Mummy Mumm-Ra action figure, no Tomb Fortress play set.
Overall Grade: [C] - Unless you're a die hard Thundercats fans, I don't really recommended.