The Hordes of Hordak is the title of a Masters of the Universe minicomic. It was packaged with the Horde Trooper action figure. The story was written by Steven Grant and the art was drawn by Peter Ledger and Red Grant.


Heroic Warriors
Prince Adam/He-Man, Sy-Klone, Buzz-Off, Rokkon, Stonedar, Roboto, Teela
Evil Horde
Hurricane Hordak, Horde Troopers


On the Golden Isles, Prince Adam is demonstrating the new Blasterhawk to the Heroic Warriors when Hordak arrives from Etheria. He uses his hurricane powers to blow Adam away and then kidnaps Sy-Klone. After leaving back to Etheria, Hordak sends an army of Horde Troopers against the Heroic Warriors.

Meanwhile, over the Ocean of Gnarl, Prince Adam calls the Jet Sled and turns into He-Man. Then he goes to Etheria to find why did Hordak kidnap Sy-Klone. On Etheria, Hordak shows Sy-Klone his new machine, capable to pull matter right out the ground to create uncountable Horde Troopers. When Hordak is about to send Sy-Klone to a dimension of no return, He-Man saves him and they face several Horde Troopers while Hordak teleports with his machine to the Golden Isles. During the fight, He-Man finds that the Horde Troopers cannot take a punch to the chest, and Hordak wanted Sy-Klone out of the way because his twisting punches could defeat many troopers at once.

Back at Eternia, Hordak has the Heroic Warriors cornered with his Trooper-making machine, until He-Man and Sy-Klone arrive and reveal the Horde Troopers' weak spot. He-Man then throws his sword at the machine, which is destroyed, and then tries to catch Hordak, who instead vanishes back to Etheria. He-Man assures the Heroic Warriors that while Hordak depends on machines, their friendship is stronger, to which Buzz-Off replies that's good they can stick together, because they must clean the mess of the battle!


  • There's an unintended nod to the 2002 TV series; the story gives importance to Sy-Klone and mostly happen at the Golden Isles, which are the Eternian equivalent to Asian cultures. In the 2002 series, Sy-Klone comes from Anwat Gar, an island with an Asian-like culture.
  • He-Man whistles to call the Jet Sled, just like he did to call the Battle Ram and Wind Raider in the Filmation TV series.
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