Satan Cross (SC): The Satan Cross actually comes from a 2-piece Kinnikuman figure originally released in Japan.
Mattel had a distribution deal with Bandai which allowed them to release toys manufactured by Bandai. Unfortunately Mattel
did not release the second half of Satan Cross, which left the figure with a mysterious hole in his back. This is the
only Super Rare that can be classified as 100% authentic. SC has been found in sealed 4-packs. Unfortunately his rather frequent
appearances on eBay suggest that he shouldn’t be considered a Super Rare. Instead SC should be considered a “Super
Desirable.” Click on How Much is SC Worth for more information about SC.
Spinning Head Ashurman (SHA): This
figure has been found both missing his head and with his loose head. SHA has been found several times, although a decent guess
would suggest that the M.U.S.C.L.E community knows of about 5 figures.
Black Hole Sunshine (BHS): This
figure has been found missing his plug, with his plug detached and loose, and with his plug never removed – still attached
to his side. This is a variant of figure #3 on the M.U.S.C.L.E poster. BHS has also been seen several times, again the M.U.S.C.L.E
community knows of about 5 figures.
Drunken Master (DM): There is only
one know example of this figure. His exclusivity encourages more questions about his authenticity. However he appears to have
the appropriate smell, color, rigidness, detail, and texture to be an authentic M.U.S.C.L.E. Further discoveries of this figure
will only aid in the confirmation that this is an authentic M.U.S.C.L.E.
Dark Emperor (DE): Again there is
only one know example of this figure. And again he has all the qualities that would suggest he is an authentic M.U.S.C.L.E.