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Prince Adam is the son of King Randor and Queen Marlena of Eternia, and is viewed by many as fun-loving, lazy, and cowardly. This is merely an act to keep people from suspecting that he is also He-Man.
The cartoon revealed that Adam was carefree and reckless in his younger days, before he accepted his destiny. Prince Adam was given the Sword of Power by The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull, and when he lifts the sword and says "By the Power of Grayskull I Have the Power!
Man-At-Arms, Orko, and the Sorceress are the only characters who share in the knowledge of Adam's secret. Depending on his transformation to He-Man, at times he is also armed with plate armor, a battle axe, a shield, or deadly snake pinchers.
In the s series, Prince Adam and He-Man are almost identically drawn, the difference being that Adam has lighter blonde hair and paler skin, while He-Man has bronzed skin and more golden hair.
In Masters of the Universe vs. The Snakemen , which features a teenaged Adam, he is much shorter and slender than his alter-ego, with blonde eyebrows and pants versus s Prince Adam's tights.
He speaks with a higher tone of voice and often comes across as a clueless adolescent. He-Man, however, has black eyebrows, is much taller, and is far more muscular, as his transformation to He-Man later in the series starting with "Council of Evil" shows.
His voice is deeper, he is wise, and his age in indeterminate mid 20s to mid 30s in appearance. Prince Adam and He-Man are voiced by John Erwin in the s series and by Cam Clarke in the series.
In the s series, Prince Adam was voiced by Doug Parker while He-Man is voiced by Garry Chalk. In Masters of the Universe: Revelation , Prince Adam and He-Man are voiced by Chris Wood.
In the s live-action movie, He-Man was portrayed by Dolph Lundgren. King Randor is the ruler of Eternia, son of King Miro, husband to Queen Marlena, and father of Prince Adam and Princess Adora.
In the original animated series, King Randor is chiefly shown wearing his crown and royal robes, presiding over dinners, and shaking his head over Adam's supposed laziness and Orko's apparent ineptitude.
In the episode "Prince Adam No More," he helped He-Man fight off Skeletor's flying robots as they escape from Snake Mountain, mentioning his "strong left hook" from his battle years.
Adam makes reference to this at the end of the episode, and Randor seems to take this as "keep the secret. In the series, however, King Randor undergoes a major redesign and rewrite.
Physically, he is tall, muscular, and compelling, somewhat Viking in appearance. He is introduced during the Great Unrest as a captain who, with comrades including Man-At-Arms, is defending Eternia from evil.
After battling and mortally wounding the usurper Keldor, Captain Randor is informed by the Council of Elders that he will rule Eternia as king and, that in the times of future trouble, a hero will appear to assist him in defending the land.
Throughout the series, Randor is shown to be a wise, just, and involved ruler of Eternia, presiding over peace talks with other peoples, forming a ruling council, and, at times, battling the forces of evil alongside He-Man and the Masters.
Like the Sorceress, he too had his figure released belatedly in the toy line in its closure rather than its opening.
King Randor is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series, Michael Donovan in the series, and Diedrich Bader in Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
Man-At-Arms is He-Man's closest ally, originally packaged in the Mattel toy line as the 'Heroic Master of Weapons'. He is Teela 's adoptive father and is the inventor of most of the weaponry and vehicles used by the Heroic Warriors.
Since Man-At-Arms is actually a title, not a name, the character is also known as Duncan. The original minicomics depicted him as the latest in a long family line of great warriors and inventors, who uses the material resources at his disposal to aid He-Man.
The cartoon series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe by Filmation portrayed him as the Man-At-Arms to King Randor and Queen Marlena of Eternia, who holds residency at the Royal Palace, where his workshop is based.
This portrayal has been adopted by most subsequent versions of the franchise. The cartoon portrayed Man-At-Arms as a mentor to Prince Adam, and as such he was one of the few people aware that Prince Adam and He-Man were one and the same.
The live action movie's portrayal of Man-At-Arms was similar to that of the cartoon, although he seemed to be a seasoned war veteran and possibly the biological father of Teela rather than adopted.
The cartoon series' portrayal of the character was mostly consistent with that of Filmation. The show also reveals that Man-At-Arms served as one of King Randor 's chief supporters back during the Great Unrest, before the Council of Elders informed then-Captain Randor that his destiny was to be King of Eternia.
Man-At-Arms designs and builds weapons and other technology for the royal family; he also helps train the Royal Guard, Teela, Prince Adam , and the other Masters of the Universe.
In the series, Man-At-Arms sports a short topknot, and the armor on his left arm transforms into a different built-in weapons and tools.
This newer Man-At-Arms is also older, more grizzled, and has more of a military bearing than the original s version.
The original Man-At-Arms action figure comes with a club, but the character was rarely ever seen with it in the cartoon. The figure did not have the moustache seen on the character in the cartoon.
Man-At-Arms was voiced by Alan Oppenheimer in the s series, Garry Chalk in the series, and Liam Cunningham in Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
In the s live action movie, he is portrayed by Jon Cypher. Man-E-Faces is a multi-faced Heroic Warrior, with the ability to change his faces from a human face to a monster face to a robot face.
He is also a master of disguise. He enjoys playing the Eternian version of chess; Man-At-Arms built Roboto originally to serve as a gaming partner for Man-E-Robot.
The figure came with a gun but it was not used in the cartoon. Man-E-Faces is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series and Paul Dobson in the series.
Mekaneck is the Heroic Warrior with a telescoping mechanical neck that enables him to serve as a spy and do reconnaissance.
In the series, Mekaneck occasionally feels useless and wishes he had better superpowers than just an extending neck. This leads him to unknowingly retrieve Count Marzo's power amulet, in the vain hope that he'd be granted better abilities.
He-Man and the other Masters finally convince Mekaneck of his worth. However, he did use it in the series. Mekaneck also had a son by the name of Philip.
Mekaneck is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series and Gabe Khouth in the series. CBR voted Mekaneck 10th worst He-Man toy. The heroic Meteorbs are members of the Rock People who can transform from meteors into animal forms.
They appear among Stonedar and Rokkon in the Star Comics Comet Cat only appeared in one episode of the Filmation cartoons. They are portrayed as pets rather than equal members of the heroic warriors.
Moss Man real name Kreann'ot n'Horosh is a plant -based hero and master of camouflage who can manipulate plant matter, causing flowers to grow but also causing tidal waves of moss and vegetation.
In the series, Moss Man is a quiet pastoral type who resides in the Eternian forests. Although invited to join the Masters of the Universe by He-Man , Moss Man chooses to retain his position as the guardian of Eternia's flora but agrees to help the Masters whenever he can.
His assistance proves pivotal in "Council of Evil" and in other episodes. The Moss Man figure came with a pine-like scent, textured fur-like moss, and was formed from the same mold as Beast Man.
In the s cartoon, he only has two appearances because the cartoon was drawing to a close by the time his figure was released.
The club figure's accessory did not appear in the cartoon, in which he was portrayed as very peaceful. Moss Man is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series, John Payne in the series, and Alan Oppenheimer in Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
Comic Book Resources listed the character as part of He-Man: 15 Most Powerful Masters of the Universe.
Orko is a magician from the parallel world of Trolla. Orko's magical abilities vary, depending on his location. On Eternia, Orko's magic doesn't work properly and his spells frequently backfire with humorous results, while in contrast on his homeworld of Trolla he is a master magician.
Orko's attempts at helpfulness often end up causing only more trouble for the Masters and the royal family; however, in the series, his magic is much more controlled and successful, in several instances saving the day.
The newer series attributes Orko's occasional ineptitude to the loss of his magic wand while saving year-old Prince Adam upon arriving in Eternia.
In the original series, he also saved young Prince Adam's life upon his arrival in Eternia, although he lost his magical amulet in the process.
The reason why Trollan magic does not work well on Eternia was explained in "Dawn of Dragoon," in which Trolla is portrayed as a backwards world, where tree roots extend to the sky and leaves are in the ground, and Prince Adam had to recite his magic spell backwards to become He-Man.
Orko moves around by levitating. Orko's face is concealed by a floppy hat and heavy scarf; according to tradition, members of his people only show their visage to their one true love in Orko's case, Dree-Elle.
He-Man describes Trollan face showing as "like getting engaged. Orko is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series, Gabe Khouth in the series, and Griffin Newman in Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
However, he is also a bit naive and gullible. The moral in "House of Shokoti, Part I" was considered so obvious that Ram Man delivered a lesson about not trying to imitate his human battering ram practices, noting both his heavy armor and his nature as a fictional character.
In the original cartoon series, Ram Man is rather short, whereas in the series he is very large, one of the tallest heroes.
He wears an armored helmet in both series, although in the series he is shown to remove it at times, displaying his short-cropped blonde hair and metal skull cap.
He did not use the action figure's axe in the cartoon. Ram Man is voiced by John Erwin in the s series and Scott McNeil in the series.
In , BBC Online reported that performer Jamie Moakes was trying to create "a new commodity, one to replace gold, silver and copper", by buying as many Ram Man figures as possible.
Ram Man was voted No. Roboto is a robot Heroic Warrior. In the version, he was designed and built by Man-At-Arms as a chess -playing robot, who upgrades his body and his knowledge database into that of a fighter in order to assist in the defense of the Eternian palace.
Roboto is seen as an unwanted and unskilled pest by Teela , the Captain of the Guards, until Roboto sacrifices himself to protect the Masters of the Universe.
Man-At-Arms rebuilds him, and Roboto is finally accepted by Teela. Roboto is the only character especially released as his figure at the same time he debuts in the cartoon to appear only once in the s cartoon because the cartoon was about to end when Mattel released his figure.
Similar to Trap Jaw's figure, the right arm of the original action figure had interchangeable attachments, which included an axe, laser gun, and claw.
Rotating the figure's waist causes gears in his torso to spin, as well as open and close his mouth, which typically hung open when the figure was packaged, but stayed firmly shut in the show unless he was speaking.
Roboto is voiced by Alan Oppenheimer in the s series, Michael Donovan in the series, and Justin Long in Masters of the Universe: Revelation. Rio Blast is an Eternian gunslinger with weapons hidden in his body.
In the Marvel comic, he was frequently shown eating cayenne peppers. Rio Blast was voted No. In the Masters of the Universe toyline, Rio Blast was the sole survivor of a group of heroic explorers on a starband near Eternia and became the "law" of that last frontier.
When a meteorb brought him to Eternia, he sided with He-Man in his battle against Skeletor's forces. The Rock People also known as the Comet Warriors are allies of He-Man and She-Ra.
Both only appeared in the She-Ra cartoon, since the He-Man cartoon stopped production by the time their figures were released.
They came from the planet Geolon which was destroyed by Horde Prime. Rotar is the Master of Hyper-Spin. Man-At-Arms saved him with one of his latest inventions called the Gyro Machine.
Rotar mostly goes up against Twistoid in battle. His figure was made after the end of the s Filmation cartoon so he did not appear in animation.
The Sorceress real name Teela Na is the mystic guardian of Castle Grayskull. She acts as a conduit to the surging energies that dwell within the walls of Castle Grayskull.
She can only temporarily access them, as it is shown to overwhelm her when exerting the power for long periods of time.
Her powers include; telepathy, telekinesis, clairvoyance, teleportation, large scale energy barriers, mystics bolts, illusion projection and can polymorph.
It is she who bestows on Prince Adam the power to become He-Man. With Grayskulls magic focused by the power sword, He-Man has inexhaustible access to Grayskulls power.
It allows her to use the power of Grayskull and remain in her true-form temporarily. Once the crystal is exhausted, her link to Grayskull diminishes and she will revert to her falcon form, Zoar.
In the series, the Sorceress is far from powerless outside Castle Grayskull in her human form, as she demonstrates when she magically defends a village against an evil warlord.
The series also portrays the Sorceress as more capable and more involved with the goings-on of Eternia. Unlike the s Sorceress, who mainly sent psychic calls for help to He-Man, the Sorceress is more of a defender herself, physically and magically protecting Castle Grayskull and the power of the Elders contained within.
The Sorceress is also the mother of Teela , who is destined to inherit her place, although Teela does not know this initially. In the incarnation, the Sorceress' connection to Teela is alluded to early on in the series.
The Sorceress herself is quite different in appearance from her 80s version. The s version features a woman in a white feathered leotard with a falcon-shaped feathered headdress and wings.
In the version, the Sorceress is much more Egyptian in appearance, with a headdress resembling the Egyptian god Horus, an armored bodice, skirt, bare arms, jewelry, and a magical staff.
It is disclosed that the Sorceress is just one in a line of Sorceresses whose duty it is to protect the secrets of Castle Grayskull.
In the — DC Comics ongoing series, the Sorceress of Grayskull is captured and imprisoned by Skeletor.
A memorial service is held in the Sorceress' honor in Eternos City following the battle at Grayskull. Her action figure was released belatedly, as the toyline was about to end.
The Sorceress character originated at Mattel, but the action figure is based on her Filmation cartoon design.
The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull was voiced by Linda Gary in the s series, Nicole Oliver in the series, and Susan Eisenberg in Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
In the s live-action film, the Sorceress is portrayed by Christina Pickles. Stratos is one of the Heroic Warriors. He appeared regularly in early episodes of the s cartoon series by Filmation, and the season 2 episode "Betrayal of Stratos" explained that Stratos and his people gained their power of flight from the Egg of Avion, a sacred relic of his kingdom.
The cartoon series by Mike Young Productions portrayed Stratos as a long-serving member of the Masters and seemingly one of the older members of their ranks.
Stratos and his race featured prominently in the episode "Sky War" which revealed that Avion has had clashes with the people of Andreenos the bee people but, thanks to Stratos and the Andreenid captain Buzz-off working together as Masters of the Universe, there is now peace between the two peoples.
No origin was ever given for Stratos in either of the two cartoons, but a comic produced by MV Creations to accompany the series revealed that his entire race was flightless until a magical staff gave them wings and the power of flight.
The people of Avion use rocket packs for increased speed and navigation. During battle, they also carry rocket launchers and bombs.
In the s series, Stratos sported just a few feathers on his arms and flew Superman style, with his arms straight ahead. In the series, Stratos was redrawn to have full wings and a little more heft to his frame.
Stratos is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series and Scott McNeil who gave Stratos an accented inflection that seems to blend Sean Connery with Patrick Stewart in the series.
Stratos will appear in the Live Action He-Man movie. In the film, he will be nicknamed the "Angel of Death," and will rule over the Sky Guards of the Iron Gate Prison.
Snout Spout is a heroic firefighter with a metal elephant -shaped head, who can squirt water out of his trunk. In several of his She-Ra appearances, he is called by the figure's prototype name Hose Nose.
He only appears in the She-Ra cartoon because the original He-Man cartoon stopped production by the time his figure was released. Of course, one episode mentioned that he was a friend of He-Man.
He more closely resembled the action figure in his "Snout Spout" appearance than he did in his "Hose Nose" appearance. A planned episode of She-Ra was to include Snout Spout's kind called Hosers, but it was scrapped.
His figure came with a fireman's axe he did not have this in the cartoon. Davison ed. Cairncross ed. The Arden Shakespeare 2nd series "King Henry VI Part 3".
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