Well? Should I make a Discord server for this wiki......
What's on your mind?
Should I make a Discord Server if this wiki doesn’t already have one??
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When Mr. Freeze made his debut in the 1950's, he was little more then a generic mad scientist with a cold theme. This remained for 40 years until Batman The Animated Series rewrote him as a tragic villain. Heart of Ice was praised so much that Mr. Freeze was changed overnight. Now, nearly every continuity retains this tragic side of Victor Fries.
Netlfix's She-Ra has managed to garner the same praise as Batman The Animated Series, and has even out shined it's 80's predecessor. Before that, Catra (at least to me, maybe not to others) was not really anything special. I've seen female cat themed villains before, with their seductive charms, their meows and hisses and bad puns, and the 80's Catra was like this.
But like Mr. Freeze, Catra has practically become a different person overnight. Now, most people associate her with trauma, mental illness, tragedy, and redemption. And I'm wondering if history will repeat itself and future incarnations of Catra will retain the tragic villain of Netlfix.
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Share your thoughts. I noticed a small mistake in the review and I thought to save this comment... when Tee-La & He-Man speak to the dragon about the gift he wishes for. The dragon SAYS he'll send them to the REALM OF DEMONS if they don't follow the agreement. He didn't actually SAY as was stated on the review but he did imply it. This is tricky wordplay. Nevertheless overly understood.
Who is this girl between Bow and Razz?
Really funny new toy reviews include two recent MOTUC items: Shadow Weaver: https://youtu.be/uqlp8SuGAcY
And Stridor: https://youtu.be/JKdJI2lxiWY
Check em out!
Kevin Smith made a tweet indicating that MOTU: Revelations will be out in 2021.
After seeing amazing animatics for 8 episodes so far, I just watched the first fully animated pass of @MastersOfficial. And even before @powerhouseanim makes corrections/enhancements? Zoar above, this show looks FANTASTIC! Congrats to @Mattel & @netflix! Can’t wait until 2021...
Given that the end of the latest season of she-ra and the princesses of power flat out stated they would bring magic back to the universe, and given in the original he-man cartoon it is he-man who brings the sword of protection to Adora, i think it would be cool if in the reboot she-ra finds the sword of power in the body of the first Horde-Prime brings the sword of power to Adam.
I am reading the and enjoying DC He-man comic and unlike the cartoons, Teela has a foul mouth on her, and I find it quite fitting that she is a fiery woman that can kick your *** likely well cuss you out. Given the reboot 3.0 is going to be a kid's show she is not going to have a foul mouth. however, the interesting thing is Kevin Smith's masters: revelations. =) that on the other hand is going to be rated TVMA and I hope we get the DC comics (2013-) version of Teela as I feel her having that aforementioned foul mouth would make it far more entertaining.
However, I would love to hear what you guys think?
Isn't their homeworld "Eternia"?
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Kevin Smith provided an update on the upcoming animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation (the sequel series, not the other prequel series).
Basically: production is continuing remotely, including cast voice work.
Voice work is completed for Chris Wood (Prince Adam / He-Man), Lena Headey (Evil-Lyn), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Teela), Stephen Root (Cringer), and Mark Hamill (Skeletor).
Smith provided the update in his Fatman Beyond podcast, and Bleeding Cool has a summary here:
Really looking at the original power sword its More something for a princess of power rather than a barbarian warrior prince, Do not get me wrong it does have a bit a resemblance to the iconic CTB Atlantian sword which i believe was intentionally done, however, I liked the 2000's Reboot sword of power better. because it also had a gimic were when not channeling King Greyskulls power it kinda looked like the original power sword but when channeling the power it transformed into something with a different guard thus better protecting He-mans secret identity as prince adam...then again in the original show it was a Clark kent kinda thing.
So here's hoping we get to see a sword befitting a barbarian king in the 2020 Netflix reboot...however it would be kinda cool if they had He-man using an ax instead of a sword.
Which sword of power did you prefer to see He-man welding?