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Masters of the Universe: Revelation
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Masters of the Universe: Revelation

A radical return to Eternia, Masters of the Universe: Revelation is a direct sequel series to the classic era of Masters of the Universe. Featuring fan-favorites He-Man, Orko, Cringer and Man-At-Arms, the story pits our heroic warriors and guardians of Castle Grayskull against Skeletor, Evil-Lyn, Beast Man and the vile legions of snake mountain! But after a ferocious final battle forever fractures Eternia, it's up to Teela to solve the mystery of the missing Sword of Power in a race against time to prevent the end of the Universe! Her journey will uncover the secrets of Grayskull at last. This is the epic He-Man and the Masters of the Universe saga fans have waited 35 years to see!

Show Info

Streams on:

Netflix, US at 3:00 am

Runtime:

26 min.

Status:

On Hiatus

Created by:

Rating:

3.18/5 (28 ratings)

More Info:

Forum | Official | IMDb | TheTVDB

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Premiered:

2021

Episodes:

10

Watchlists:

1,581

Previous Episode

Name:

Cleaved in Twain (+4 more)

Date:

Tue Nov 23, 2021

Season:

1
Episode:
6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Cast

as Evil-Lyn
as Skeletor
as Prince Adam / He-Man
as Man-at-Arms / Duncan
as Cringer / Battle Cat
as Sorceress

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does tl;dr apply here...?
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graybags said:
Wizard said:
Hi @AlphaRuxpin, Have you not heard of paragraphs or spacing of any kind?
No one wants to read a wall of text like that.


Who said diplomacy was dead? :)


It was either that or just delete it as spam :P
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Wizard said:
Hi @AlphaRuxpin, Have you not heard of paragraphs or spacing of any kind?
No one wants to read a wall of text like that.


Who said diplomacy was dead? :)
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Wizard said:
Hi @AlphaRuxpin, Have you not heard of paragraphs or spacing of any kind?
No one wants to read a wall of text like that.

+1

Please edit that, AlphaRuxpin.
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Hi @AlphaRuxpin, Have you not heard of paragraphs or spacing of any kind?
No one wants to read a wall of text like that.
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Kevin Smith may have been born 8 years before I was, but I consider myself an 80s and 90s kid. I think a lot like anyone watching this show for nostalgia or intrigue, we never fully grew out of that animation intoxication from our youth and will to this day watch a cartoon if the story/animation/concept is appealing. However instead of looking at this production assuming it was injected with current changes to social mores, think about the OG animation and how the story never ended or progressed. Each week we came back to foil Skeletor or some other random situation/baddie. The same can be said with the re-launch of the 2000s version of He-Man. which played out more like He-Man and the RE-Masters of the Universe (which was great!) This new production is not only an opportunity to progress the story and legend of He-Man, but a far better version of "The New Adventures of He-Man" from 1990/91. That piece of garbage lasted one year too long. If one was to watch this cartoon with unbiased ideals or expectations, they would most likely enjoy the story and animation. I am not a fanboy shill, I do not like some of the new changes. However, change is a good thing, when it is done the right way. Even though it is great to see the hero win, there must be an eventual conclusion to the epic tale. He-Man has to die, get old, or just not be able to be He-Man any more. You can't just mooch off the force for all Eternia (I'm lookin at you Sorceress.) Sometimes the bad guy has to win for a new hero to be born. This could have been a lot worse and any examples I could provide would probably see me accused of having some x-phobic mentality. If one doesn't like this show, it is because of a personal bias and not objective of the material. Watch it again after watching "The New Adventures of He-Man," and tell me how you feel.
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I think the problem is Kevin Smith wasn't an 80s kid so he just borrowed a bunch of stuff from other sources and wrote a generic CW script padded with people being really mad about lying and hallucinations where characters confront their issues. It was just a boring superhero episode with a MotU skin.
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HomerS said:
I'm a kid of the 80s and enjoyed it.

It looks good, animation is good and i dident mind the different take on it and the different story lines as it is a sequel to the lose ends of the original show and not a reboot. But agreed the woke stuff wasnt necessary but wasnt that annoying either. And clearly this is only the first Part of the first season, so no cancelation in sight.

Finally Faker, woot could never find him as a toy back in the day, sadly was not a long appearance. And one thing which always bugged me a bit of the original show (even tho it's still the best version imo) is that the bad guys were always a bit weak but now they can atleast hold their own for a bit. Never seen Grayskull before and Skeletor becomes the Master of the Universe, nice.


Im also an 80s kid and thats why this was sickening. Who knows what the woke millennials would have thought of it. meh.
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I'm a kid of the 80s and enjoyed it.

It looks good, animation is good and i dident mind the different take on it and the different story lines as it is a sequel to the lose ends of the original show and not a reboot. But agreed the woke stuff wasnt necessary but wasnt that annoying either. And clearly this is only the first Part of the first season, so no cancelation in sight.

Finally Faker, woot could never find him as a toy back in the day, sadly was not a long appearance. And one thing which always bugged me a bit of the original show (even tho it's still the best version imo) is that the bad guys were always a bit weak but now they can atleast hold their own for a bit. Never seen Grayskull before and Skeletor becomes the Master of the Universe, nice.
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Not a thundercats easter egg. that was the tower from the pricey Eternia playset which came out late in the toy run. Because what better place for the Eternia playset than in the afterlife. Because Kevin Smith.