From Dark Horse Comics. In 1982, the world was introduced to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. What followed was a cultural sensation that changed the landscape of children’s entertainment forever! 109 more words
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With a brief introduction by Alan Oppenheimer (the voice of Skeletor, Mer-Man, Man-At-Arms, and Cringer along with countless others) the Art of He-Man doesn’t waste time getting right to what we want to see.
Hey, remember Glimmer? Now we’ve got her mom! Angella pretty much existed so that the kids watching She-Ra had a parental authority figure to look up to, and so that Mattel would manufacture an angel-themed doll alongside the mermaid, bee-girl, peacock-woman, and whatever “bubble power” was supposed to be. 961 more words
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There’s a very popular criticism that pops up pretty much everywhere in regards to visiting something one once enjoyed as a kid: “it didn’t hold up to adult viewing.” I haaaaate that.