READ THE?ORIGINAL GERMAN VERSION HERE. The Wind Raider slowly took off the ground. He-Man pushed buttons and the spacecraft accelerated. “Course on Eternis,” Orko said happily. He sat comfortably on the second seat. Orko and He-Man had searched for Queranium in the desert of time. This rare quartz was needed by Man-at-Arms for a new…
(…) „I can make them disappear!“ A dark voice answered out of the shadows. „Who—“ the blacksmith murmured. „I am the one who can make your pains go away.“ An evil laughter could be heard and then a skeleton face could be seen in the dark. (…)
Originally posted on Battle Ram:
The Slime Pit was the second and final small playset released in the original Masters of the Universe toyline (the first was Point Dread, in 1983). Of all the playsets MOTU had to offer, the Slime Pit perhaps packed the most punch for its size. It was all centered around…
There was no escape. Kor-Dar was encircled. Here in this valley. And his opponent pointed the laser weapon at him. “Any last words?”, his counterpart asked mockingly. The metal mouth creaked. Kor-Dar straightened his body and looked determined. Then Trap-Jaw fired. Kor-Dar collapsed. The laser wound ate him up from the inside. The pain was unbearbable. (…)
“Fabulous secret powers were revealed to me the day I held aloft my magic sword and said…” Loved that line each time the Filmation show came on TV. Gotta love He-Man. So I came up with this read-along-sing-along ballad. Check it out. Hope there is something for the He-Man fan inside of you there as well.
MOTU MOODS – Best of Gallery of my Favorite Masters of the Universe Figures (with music)
… it had not gone well for Skeletor. Seeking to defeat He-Man, he was ambushed by the Snake Men and the Evil Horde. His Roton was shot and without function now. The crash had mangled his right hand. Although seeking cover behind a rock, his opponents had fired constantly at him, leaving him with multiple […]