Welcome to what will become the internet’s first port of call for anyone who wants to read a review of any He-Man or She-Ra televisual experience. We’re currently in the midst of the weekly (or more, when I feel suitably engaged with the task) reviews of the 1980s Filmation series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
Once I’ve reviewed all 130 episodes of that, we’ll move on to a review of each episode of She-Ra: Princess of Power.
There are 93 episodes of She-Ra, after which (with a deep sense of foreboding) I shall review the 65 episodes of the early 1990s series The New Adventures of He-Man. I’ve not seen any of those since 1991 or thereabouts, and even then I thought it was rubbish, so I’m not convinced I really want to put myself through that. But for you, dear reader, I will.
Finally, I will be looking at the 39 episodes of the 2002 series, which I believe was entitled simply Masters of the Universe.
Along the way, I’ll review the He-Man and She-Ra Christmas Special, and I’ll try to do that at Christmas time, probably this year but maybe in 2019, depending how far along with She-Ra we are when Christmas comes.
If I feel like giving myself the cinematic equivalent of a frontal lobotomy, I might also watch and review the 1987 film, Masters of the Universe, but no promises with that one.
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So here we go. Do we all have the Power?
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