Masters of the Universe Classics Trap-Jaw to be precise.
I didn't have the original Trap-Jaw as a kid. My cousin did, and I always thought he was an awesome figure. I did finally get the commemorative reissue in the early 2000s, so when I heard MOTUC was releasing an updated (but classically designed) Trappy, I knew he had to be mine!
Trap-Jaw epitomizes everything that was (and still is) cool about Masters of the Universe. He's a pirate/cyborg/wrestler/alien/barbarian/...football player?... hybrid creature with cybernetic arm components that can be switched out on a whim. And not only that, those components can be hooked to his belt when not in use (just like the original!)
And also just like with the original, MOTUC's Trap-Jaw has a hinged jaw!
Unlike the original, this version of Trap Jaw has an elbow on his robotic arm. This is a nice update, and works seamlessly with the design to the point that you swear this is the toy you were playing with as a kid. Even his helmet loop is there so Trap-Jaw can swing down "hands free" onto unsuspecting Eternians!
Although anyone who did that as a kid will attest to the fact that string + friction = a cut helmet loop. So I wouldn't suggest you recreate the move with this guy.
Trap Jaw comes with all the same arm attachments as his original - the clamp, the laser gun, and the hook. In the case of the MOTUC Trap-Jaw, the clamp even opens and closes!
And as if all that wasn't enough to sell die-hard MOTU fans on this figure, Trap-Jaw even comes with an extra arm and an extra head, so you can recreate Kronis - or as I like to call him, Pre-op-Jaw!
"I came to Thailand for a hooker..."
"...and left with a hook! And my wallet is missing too! Dammit!!!!"