6.2
377 votes
Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Netflix 2021

The war for Eternia begins again in what may be the final battle between He-Man and Skeletor. A new animated series from writer-director Kevin Smith.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Masters of the Universe: Revelation - S1E5

#1 - The Forge at the Forest of Forever

7.50

Season 1 - Episode 5

A familiar figure warns Teela and the others that there may be no escape from Preternia. Roboto risks his mechanical body to reforge the Sword of Power.

The episode was rated from 272 votes.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation - S1E4

#2 - Land of the Dead

7.37

Season 1 - Episode 4

Separated from her companions in Subternia, Teela faces a sinister entity who offers her half of the Sword of Power in exchange for her fears.

The episode was rated from 277 votes.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation - S1E1

#3 - The Power of Grayskull

7.30

Season 1 - Episode 1

Eternia celebrates Teela as its new Man-At-Arms, but the knighting ceremony is cut short when Skeletor leads a full-scale attack on Grayskull.

The episode was rated from 370 votes.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation - S1E3

#4 - The Most Dangerous Man in Eternia

7.12

Season 1 - Episode 3

While defending a village from Tri-Klops's cult, Teela's group meets Man-At-Arms, who is struggling to keep Orko alive using the town's magic water.

The episode was rated from 266 votes.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation - S1E2

#5 - The Poisoned Chalice

7.05

Season 1 - Episode 2

Now mercenaries, Teela and her partner accept a job from a mysterious woman: to retrieve an old goblet from deep within Snake Mountain.

The episode was rated from 297 votes.

#6 - Cleaved in Twain
6.30
Season 1 - Episode 6

None

The episode was rated from 10 votes.

Last updated: sep 26, 2021

Comments

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bait and switch, He-Man got the last jedi/ghostbusters2016 treatment, another sacrifice to the wokewood and "progress".

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Another project fucked up for SJW. Masters of the Universe is He-man. We don't want to watch Teela. We want He-man. You are ruining He-man as Disney ruined Star Wars with Rey.

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Wokeflix attacks again, Teela as She-man? Orko dead? Multiverse with feminism? No thanks i will keep the original series as canon, not this.

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Stoked for this!!! You are bringing my childhood back to life!

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It's A Treat To He-Man Fans, Animation Is Good, But Only Downside is that it has only 5 Episodes

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Let's start with the positive, great animation and design, amazing work by the artists. The writing though was kind of okay I guess. Addressing the elephant in the room, yes, I felt extremely cheated by all the trailers and sinopses Netflix marketing provided, sure I was surprised by the direction they chose the series to go but at the same time I felt they pranked and trolled me. [spoiler]Basically I was hoping to to see Adam/He-man but the production decided NOPE! Take Teela instead she'll be your primary character now, and He-man will be just an afterthought. The problem is I really like the character of Teela but their bait and switch made me feel resentful towards her. Poor marketing I guess and not having a clue what their target demographic was hoping to see.[/spoiler] I'm all for subverting expectations, but I just fell cheated. Look what they done to my boy... :disappointed:

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Well that was dissapointing. Started fine, but keept going down from there.

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WTF? Why do they keep doing this?

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First of all, while it isn't _nearly_ as great as She-Ra _(obviously)_ it is still enjoyable. And while I "get" why the fanbois got their panties all in a twist they seriously just need to get over it. This is not a bad show at all. The art and music is all great. It fits the show well. The character designs are all true to the '80s version, just with an updated style and it looks good. The voice cast is of course amazing with many great stars in it and they mostly do a great job. Unfortunately I feel that casting Sarah Michelle Gellar as Teela was a miscast. And only because her voice doesn't seem to match the strongly built character. It just feels off. The fleshing out of secondary (and tertiary) characters is really nice as they finally gain some depth, even if it is just a little it is still more than we've ever had. I love Roboto, and even Orko got some actual proper dialogue! Backstory even! Orko!

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Beautiful animation but now I see why it is masters of the universe and not He-man and the masters of the universe…He-man is literally written out and relegated to an insignificant add on…disappointing.

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More like _**She-Man: Whamen of teh Uterverse**_ #SpoilerAlert: This is not about He-Man. It's the... Teela Show. Complete with the "one side of the head shaved hairdo" that hollyweird seems to **THINK** all lesbians and/or "strong women" sport. This series is a big joke and it's completely disrespectful to [1] He-Man fans and [2] Actual women Unless you have **NO IDEA** what He-Man is about and/or you're new to this IP (**I**ntellectual **P**roperty), don't waste your time on this hot garbage.

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Nothing tastes as good as salty dude bro tears, honestly watching all these men have a tantrum makes this even better. As a nineties kid I never watched HeMan, and honestly it’s too dated for me to enjoy at this point, so I am coming in fresh here. But this is amazing animation, and incredible voice talent. The story is compelling and enjoyable, with twists and wonderful female empowerment. This is modern animation at its finest and I am very invested in the future of this program. I hope to see queer representation also as was done with She-Ra.

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People need to calm down. This is just the first part of the story to reboot the franchise. it's not focused on He-man but he'll be the focus soon enough. it's very well done and as someone who watched this as a kid I loved how they took a show that really had no reason for existing other than to market the toys and gave it purpose. I really enjoyed it and look forward to seeing where they take the story next.

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