Is there a better moment to be a He-Man fan than now? Right now, it appears that we're getting a steady supply of MotU stuff. Following the conclusion of the She-Ra animated series last year, Netflix has announced two new iterations of the Eternia's hero for 2021. Part 1 of Kevin Smith's mature Masters of the Universe: Revelation was released in July, followed by season 1 of the kid-friendly reboot He-Man and the Masters of the Universe in September.
Those who enjoyed Revelation, with its unexpected turns and more mature themes and concepts, are in luck because the release date for Part 2 has been announced. On November 23rd, Netflix will release five additional episodes of the series, which is advertised as a continuation of the popular 1980s animation. Expect some tie-in items to be released alongside it, as it's well suited for just before the holidays.
Teela is spoken by Sarah Michelle Gellar, Skeletor is voiced by Mark Hamill, He-Man is voiced by Chris Wood, Evil-Lyn is voiced by Lena Headey, Man-At-Arms is voiced by Liam Cunningham, the Sorceress is voiced by Susan Eisenberg, and Queen Marlena is voiced by Alicia Silverstone. What really got the internet buzzing, though, was the show's unexpected turn, with Prince Adam being controversially killed off in the first episode.
From there, things just got crazier. To cut a long story short, Skeletor ultimately got his hands on the Sword of Power and became invincible at the end of Part 1. In Part 2, Smith has already promised that fans can expect some brutal battles between SkeleGod — I guess we're supposed to call him that now — and He-Man — and I guess he's not really dead — Smith has already promised that fans can expect some brutal battles between SkeleGod — I guess we're supposed to call him that now — and He-Man — and I guess he's not really dead —
You can watch the first five episodes of Masters of the Universe: Revelation on Netflix right now if you haven't already.