Lower than two months in the past, Netflix launched Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, a 2D-animated sequel to the unique He-Man animated sequence. Now, one other, utterly separate, reboot of the long-lasting 80s cartoon has likewise landed on the streaming large. As of this Thursday, September sixteenth, the 10-part first season of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is obtainable to look at on Netflix.
Not like Revelation, which vaguely saved continuity with the unique present however was additionally aimed toward a extra mature viewership, this newest He-Man sequence is a complete reimagining of the characters and the lore and is being focused at a youthful age group, although clearly die-hard followers will wish to test it out, too. And people who didn’t take to the darker, extra somber ambiance of Revelation can be happy to know that He-Man is far brighter and breezier.
However, followers must also be ready for some wild reinventions of the traditional establishment. Whereas the core of the sequence remains to be Prince Adam of Eternos (not Eternia on this model) and his super-strong alter ego, it’s extra of a team-up present, together with a mixture of new characters and people given a recent twist from the previous cartoon – for example, Orko is now a robotic. In the meantime, its tone and visible taste is closely impressed by anime and cyberpunk.
The forged consists of Yuri Lowenthal (Adam/He-Man), David Kaye (Cringer/Battle-Cat), Gray Griffin (Evil-Lyn), Kimberly Brooks (Teela), Tom Kenny (Orko), and Benjamin Diskin (Skeletor).
Its launch comes simply days after Amazon introduced it was engaged on a live-action She-Ra series, which is coming a yr after Netflix’s acclaimed She-Ra animated present concluded. In the meantime, a live-action He-Man film is still in the works. Mainly, there’s by no means been a greater time to be a Masters of the Universe fan.
Catch He-Man and the Masters of the Universe on Netflix now.
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