Wiki Grayskull
Wiki Grayskull

Masters of the Universe: Revelation is an American anime web television series created and executive produced by Kevin Smith. It was announced to be a direct sequel to the original 1983 series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, but actually draws inspiration from many different continuities, in the vein of the Masters of the Universe Classics line.

The first five episodes of the series were released globally on Netflix July 23, 2021.[1]


Official synopsis:[2]

A radical return to Eternia, 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!



Season 1

English Title Original Airdate
1 1 The Power of Grayskull July 23, 2021
2 2 Poisoned Chalice July 23, 2021
3 3 The Most Dangerous Man in Eternia July 23, 2021
4 4 Land of the Dead July 23, 2021
5 5 The Forge at the Forest of Forever July 23, 2021
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10


In August 2019, Kevin Smith announced that the 2019 Power Con that he and Netflix are developing a new series titled Masters of the Universe Revelation that will be a direct sequel to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe that follows Teela searching for the missing Power Sword.[2] In August 2020, Kevin Smith that he "just watched the first fully animated pass" of the series, and he indicated that the series would be released in 2021.[1]


On February 14, 2020, the full voice cast for the series was officially confirmed, with Chris Wood to portray Prince Adam / He-Man and Mark Hamill portraying Skeletor.[3]


Around the same time as the show's announcement, it was revealed that Powerhouse Animation Studios would be providing their services to the series, taking inspiration from anime.[4]


On February 8, 2021, it was revealed that Bear McCreary would be composing the score to the series.[5]

Comic Book prequel

In April 2021, it was announced that Dark Horse Comics would be publishing a four issue comic book series that would serve as a prequel to the Netflix series. [6]



Promotional stills


Netflix thumbnails




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