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Show, Don't Mattel: 'Masters Of The Universe: Revelation' Is Toying With You

Because the world is vast, and the internet is deep, we can take certain things for granted, among them: There exist, in surprising numbers, Masters of the Universe purists. These are individuals who love the Filmation animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, which ran in syndication in the 1980s, with a fierce ardor unsullied by irony, or cynicism, or, you know, taste.
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Kevin Smith tells Comic-Con@Home why Teela is the center of Masters Of The Universe: Revelation

It’s been roughly two decades since He-Man, Orko, and Skeletor graced the small screen. But by the power of Grayskull, today, that changes. The Kevin Smith-created Masters Of The Universe: Revelations launched on Netflix today, so Smith hosted some of the cast for a Comic-Con@Home panel. Joining Smith was Chris Wood (He-Man), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Teela), Tiffany Smith (Andra), and Tony Todd (Scare Glow).
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Kevin Smith Raises the Stakes in Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Masters of the Universe, both as a toy line and 1980s cartoon, holds a peculiar place in the modern fandom economy. Those who remember it as more than just an obvious 30-minute toy commercial do so with a special fondness. Beyond key characters like He-Man and Skeletor, they hunt down mint condition examples of puntastic figures like Buzz-Off, Clawful, and Man-E-Faces, and support more modern toys from the likes of Mattel and Super7.
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‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’ and ‘Masters of the Universe’ roll out old toys in new packages

CNN — Old toys never die. They just keep coming back in new poses and flexing different muscles as movies and TV shows. This weekend brings two popular artifacts from many a childhood back to screens: “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins” hits theaters, with Henry Golding (“Crazy Rich Asians”) as the martial-arts warrior; and “Master of the Universe: Revelation” lands on Netflix, offering director Kevin Smith’s updated animated spin on the series, bringing a bit more power and certainly higher stakes for those weaned on the stiff limited animation of the 1980s.
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'Masters of the Universe: Revelation' Review: An Epic Adventure That Justifies the Existence of Legacyquels

[Editor's note: The following contains spoilers for Masters of the Universe: Revelation.]. A problem with rebooting or reviving or franchises is that they have to appeal to both fans of the original while welcoming newcomers, but end up being either too inaccessible or a watered-down version of the original. It now seems rather obvious that the one show to stand above the cash cow that is the age of the "legacyquel" would be based on a cash cow of a TV show meant exclusively to sell toys. Thankfully, Masters of the Universe: Revelation not only justifies its existence, but that of the concept of a legacyquel.
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When is Masters of the Universe: Revelation coming to Netflix?

Fans of the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe animated series are anxiously awaiting the release of the Netflix series Masters of the Universe: Revelation. The sequel series was developed by Kevin Smith (Clerks) and will continue the story from the original. Once again, we will return to...
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‘Masters Of The Universe: Revelation’: Kevin Smith’s Netflix Series Adds 3 To Cast, Unveils New Trailer

The Final Battle is here. Netflix has dropped a new trailer for Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Kevin Smith’s He-Man follow-up series produced by Mattel Television, ahead of its July 23 premiere. Additionally, the streamer has announced three new cast members – Dennis Haysbert as King Grayskull, Adam Gifford as Vikor and Jay Tavare as Wundar.
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Kevin Smith promises Masters of the Universe: Revelation won't ruin your childhood

Back in the '80s, a whole bunch of Gen Xers oriented their little kid lives around watching the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Hunched over an afternoon snack those Gen Xers watched the drama-filled life of Prince Adam — who was secretly He-Man — like it was a candy-colored soap for kids, just with a much cooler tiger for a pet.
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Masters of the Universe: Revelation Exclusive Official Clip - IGN Premiere

In this IGN Premiere exclusive clip from the Kevin Smith-produced series' third episode, Skeletor sends He-Man and his allies to what appears to be a watery grave but the heroes of Eternia can't be stopped that easily! Masters of the Universe: Revelation premieres exclusively on Netflix on July 23, 2021.
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Gamespot

Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Cast Reacts To Tony Todd's Scare Glow

Tony Todd has been a working actor for almost 40 years with his most recent role was giving a voice to the macabre and mysterious character Scare Glow on Masters of the Universe: Revelation. Todd's version of Scare Glow will be the first time the glowing ghoul has been adapted in animation, and he might have done too well of a job.
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