Mattel designed the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe toy line after refusing to buy up the Star Wars license. That meant that the heroes and villains of Eternia had to appear to the same kids who gawked in delight every time R2-D2 appeared onscreen. So the biologica
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Since its debut in 1982, Mattel's Masters of the Universe toy line and accompanying multimedia extensions have netted the toy company the kind of money guys like Steve Jobs can't even sneer at. As with
Consider writer Tim Seeley, interior artist Wellington Alves and covers artist Eric Powell are the new Masters of the Universe and they won't even have to don furry briefs... as far as we know. The trio wi
Movies: A new image from Conan the Barbarian featuring star Jason Momoa being appropriately huge will surely fill your shirtless dude quota for the day in case you can't make it to the pool.
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Outside of sitting down to watch the ludicrous He-Man/She-Ra Christmas Special a few weeks ago, I'll admit that I'm not all that familiar with the world of Masters of the Universe, but after seeing Robert Lamb's collection of production art from the series, I want to be:
The image above comes from a collection of background layouts that L
I've said it before, but I'm a guy who straight up loves a good Christmas special, especially when it comes to the cartoons from my childhood. I mean, I'm the type of person who owns the Rankin/Bass specials on DVD so that I can watch Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town whenever the mood strikes instead of waiting to catch 'em during their annual airing.
But even more than the good on
Chicago-based artist Steve Seeley taps some beloved comic book and action figure icons in his bootleg depictions of Superman, Batman and He-Man that'll make you believe that the Man of Steel can save the heck out of a grizzly bear and that adult and non-porn film star Sasha Grey could make a fine Teela if they ever push forward with a new MOTU movie. Seely's creations will also be on display off of the Internet from Septemb
Artist Robert Burden has painted a nostalgic series of portraits based around the action figures he played with as a child in the 1980s, including characters from Marvel and DC Comics, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "He-Man" and "Voltron