He-Man fans, unite! Kevin Smith̵
Revelation takes place right after the events of the original Masters of the Universe animated series. In it we see Prince Adam / He-Man, along with the rest of the gang, in action again with a nice makeover from Powerhouse Animation. Although this new series starts there, it will make a nice shift halfway through to grow the characters.
Smith stated, “We’re playing with the original mythology and characters, repeating and digging deeper into some of the unsolved storylines.” Smith is known for his love of comic books and his countless cult classics such as Clerks, Dogma, Mallrats, Tusk, and Yoga Hosers. He’s been giving hints about this series for the past few months and now it’s finally coming to Netflix for everyone to enjoy.
The series is split into two parts and the first contains five episodes. Perhaps the most exciting thing about the show is the cast of all the stars. This includes Star Wars favorite Mark Hamill (with Skeletor), Sarah Michell Gellar (Teela), Lena Heady (Evil-Lyn), Phil LaMarr (He-Ro), Alicia Silverstone (Queen), Liam Cunningham (Man-at-Arms), Stephen Root ( Cringer), Diedrich Bader (King Randor, Trap Jaw), Henry Rollins (Tri-Klops), Jason Mewes (Stinkor) and more.
“Everything I’ve worked on in 27 years is easily in the top five of my favorite, most fulfilling projects,” said Smith. ‘When I die, they will be like’ He made Clerks, to remember?’ Because that’s the most memorable thing I think I’ve ever done. I think this has a fleeting chance of saying, ‘He made Clerks and that one cartoon that one time. “
In addition to the new series there will be a line of it Masters of the Universe toys, which will hit shelves in June 2021. The toy line features 7-inch He-Man, Skeletor, Evil-Lyn and Beast Man action figures, plus other heroes and villains. There will also be a 9-inch at launch Masterverse Skelegod and a 14-inch action figure Masterverse Ultimate Battle Cat.
through Weekly entertainment