King Hiss has dropped his vintage name for his millennium name, which is a pity, but I guess there could be copyright issues. What's interesting about the packaging is that for the first time we see the Snakemen logo. It's not the vintage Snakemen logo, and it's not the millennium one either. It looks like a new logo.
For the first time, we see Panthor (non-flocked) with his helmet. His box is the same size as Battle Cat's. Panthor gets a bio for the first time. I have given up commenting on the bios because they are usually such a mess. I'm not sure about Panthor's helmet though, but it does look like Skeletor's skull staff.
And then there are these Darkest Night pictures. It's a nice wave, but it's being released almost a year after the comic was published. Hasn't Mattel heard about striking while the hammer is hot or something? Oh well. The figures look nice and for the first time ever I might be tempted to actually pick up figures. My favourite is this Blue Lantern Flash, but the other figures, including white and black lanterns versions of Hal are interesting as well.