SUMMARY: Battle Armor He-Man, the “most powerful man in the universe” was produced in Taiwan, Mexico (Mabamex + Aurimat), Venezuela, Argentina, Spain, Italy, India, and France. Equipped with an ingenious “battle damage” action feature that had three damage indicators, as the chest is struck, the emblem changes from undamaged, to one slash, to two slashes. The INDIA Battle Armor He-Man can be identified primarily by its hard orange head with a painted face (like Leo India He-Man), shorts with a smooth texture, rich orange belt, and boots with mid-fur paint. The skin tones are mid-dark, and the chest emblem is peach (or yellow) with dark maroon outlines and dark gray slash marks.
This figure can come in various color variations, such as light red shorts, to light brown shorts, or red boots to dark brown boots. The face can be anywhere from a natural peach skin tone, to a much lighter cream color (similar to a NA Card INDIA He-Man).
As is the case with Leo India figures, they have a propensity to color shift with age and weathering. This makes it difficult to distinguish if a figure is truly factory color, or if the colors have changed.
VARIATIONS: (Typical color combinations, not meant to be an exhaustive list) 1. Light red shorts, rich orange belt, peach emblem, dark red boots (peach face skin tone) 2. Light brown shorts, light orange belt, peach emblem, dark brown boots (cream face skin tone) 3. Light red shorts, rich orange belt, yellow emblem, red boots (peach face skin tone)