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HeroClix Masterpiece Myke Dela PazWeeks ago someone asked me if I could find the dirt on Masterpiece HeroClix figures, which were introduced several years ago to the HeroClix system. After some digging around with absolutely no luck, I went straight to source(s) -- Seth "inkslinger" Johnson, Jason "BrotherMagneto" Mical, and Karl "Hair10" Markovich.

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Here's what they had to say.

Seth Johnson (former HeroClix Dial designer)

I don't remember what sets they came out in, but they did exist. The masterpiece figures were hand-painted versions of the figures, done by our in-house master painters at WizKids. I think they came with a certificate of authenticity. Can't remember anything beyond that, though. I think Karl (hair10) has or had some, though.

Seth Johnson is also on Twitter. View his page now.

Jason Mical (former Wizkids Communications Manager)
The first Masterpiece was a Spider-Man, the second was a Batman. I used to have a Batman Masterpiece with the COA and everything (I  bought it from someone... it may have even been Hair10). I  think there was at least one more Masterpiece figure after that but I  cannot remember what it was.

There were 50 of each figure, and each Master Piece was numbered 1-50  with the signed COA. The stats were, as I recall, identical to the  veteran or Unique version of the character, whichever served as the  basis for the masterpiece.

That's all I remember!

Jason "BrotherMagneto" Mical is also on Twitter. View his page now.

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Ebay! I would start bidding at least around $200. I wouldn't be surprised if you get a lot more.

Posted by: clixcollextor on 7/15/2021 12:49:08 AM
A friend of mine just passed away and he had a lot of heroclix. So I had someone look at them who knew what they were worth. He told my friend had the masterpiece hulk. And he was right. I have it sitting in front of me with the collector certificate and everything. This has been the only place that I have been able to find anything about this figure though. I haven’t seen a picture of it on the internet. I don’t know what to do with this figure as I’ve never played heroclix and even if I did I doubt I would be using this guy. Any suggestions on what to do with this guy.

Posted by: Chris on 12/18/2020 7:50:51 PM
hey steebncurtis im interested in your offer

Posted by: Andy on 5/4/2012 9:54:23 PM
I have a MP Batman from the Legacy set. It's actually numbered as "217" as though it should be on the set list. The bag is unopened, but the COA has a gold sticker on the back with a code "L8437126033, Void if Removed." Where it's placed on the COA, it covers the production number, so I can't tell what number it is out of 50. I don't play the game anymore and have debated about letting it go.

Posted by: steebncurtis on 3/7/2012 7:31:33 PM
I know there was a Loki (MM) and Magneto (Ult) MP figure. I think they were given out as a prizes at release events.

Posted by: Puuka on 8/15/2011 9:18:38 AM
I pulled a Masterpiece Spidey from a booster at the venue Norm (Nbperp) used to judge at in Maryland. It looked almost exactly like the Vet Spidey except the figure number, but when I pulled the COA out of the box I couldn't believe it! I remember getting AWESOME trade offers for it (including from Karl!) and ultimately decided to sell it on ebay. It went for over $500!
When I told my wife she shook her head and just said "Please promise me you will never BUY a figure for that much!" :)

Posted by: tom730 on 8/9/2011 7:24:31 PM
Ultra-chase figures? Neat concept, but I can see uber-psycho-set competionists having many sleepless nights over knowing that such pieces exist.

Posted by: MEsch on 8/9/2011 8:23:53 AM
I enjoyed this article . As a O.C.D. collector I love hearing all the details on pieces like this . Most new players/collectors don't even know about them or get them confused with purple rings . Wish I had the money to track them down and get them , they're the one thing I have'n't dipped my toe into yet . Keep the informative articles coming .

Posted by: Avarice Heroclix on 8/8/2011 6:50:55 PM
Who really cares. They are such a rareity no one ever sees them much less plays them. I have seen the pieces that have errors on the bases played which was funny until the erratta came out. The Gotham Dective(i think) with the flight symbol or Pyro the has the Masters of Evil team symbol on them.

Posted by: SirChristopher on 8/8/2011 6:13:57 PM
I did play my Masterpiece Hulk when I had it!

Posted by: hair10 on 8/8/2011 3:30:54 PM
Have seen a few on ebay in the past. With all the custom painting going on today, IMO, you can find very good work outside of wizkids. BUt they do fetch a pretty penny. MODOK I have seen. But i rate these with purple ring dials as why bother if you are not going to play em. :) Just collecting i guess, need to go check my spidey now :)

Posted by: scourge101 on 8/8/2011 3:15:01 PM