Thanks to all my readers for making June 2018 the most popular month in the blog’s two year history, with 2,200 views!

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. As of 23rd May 2018, we’ve completed 130 reviews of the 1980s Filmation series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and have just begun reviews of all 93 episodes of She-Ra: Princess of Power.

After this (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.

Most recent reviews will be shown on the right hand side of the page, and you can also access all the old reviews on the Contents page here.

So here we go. Do we all have the Power?

Follow me on Twitter at @owenamorton to receive notification when episode reviews are posted, as well as the occasional random comment or retweet of something I’ve found vaguely amusing. And while you’re here, why not check out the sister site, Thundercats Reviewed?


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