Actually, you know tonight’s entry by a different name most likely: He-Man & She-Ra: The Secret Of The Sword. This was the one good movie from Filmation’s run before they made mediocre sequels to classic fairy tales Disney adapted. 253 more words
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The 1983 Kid Stuff Masters of the Universe story record (written and produced by John Braden) is an interesting piece of intermediate MOTU canon. Its production predates the debut of the Filmation cartoon, and represents an intermediate step between pre and post-Filmation canon. 4,444 more words
We all love them all, we all lost some of them eventually (whilst playing with them): MotU vintage figure weapons. May it be a sword, a mace, a phaser: I’m sure you agree Mattel’s toy designers came up with some pretty good ideas when it comes to equipping our heroes with weapons. 531 more words
Look below, for there are very interesting comics here.
For this reading period, I found an overall theme of badassness and boldery about. Not just with action, but the some interesting directions with writing and styles. 1,305 more words
Rating: 5/5 – Nirvana for Fans of These Two 80s Franchises!
By ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.
DC has held the license for He-Man for quite some time now and even had the character first appearing in an issue of DC Comics Presents, number forty-seven, if you’re looking to add one to your collection. 437 more words
I DO love the vintage Laser Power He-Man. But the original sells for several hundred bucks on eBay. Way too much for my budget. So not long ago I came up with this idea of… 668 more words