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Tim Seeley is one of those "slash" people a writer-slash-artist. He has drawn a number of different comic book series including G.I Joe, Halloween, WildC. Something happens when people hit their 30s. Sure, there's the indignities of aging. But there's also the overwhelming allure of nostalgia. The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is an artbook that looks at the art and design for the animation, comics and toys. Instead of.
March 6, at am Firstly, I enjoy these designs by Mr. Thanks for posting. I was born in , so I grew up with the Masters of the Universe property. Some of that had to do with the lack of a large roster of characters that I was familiar with from the toy line and the Filmation series. Aside from missing characters, the story seemed to have little to do with previous depictions, and in regard to the characters that were present onscreen, a few of them were unrecognizable. The s packaging artwork, Filmation, mini-comics, as well as art by Stout and Moebius help to give He-Man and company the most heart, whereas so many of the toys in retrospect are simply based around a gimmick or action feature.
To prevent Skeletor from achieving his goal, He-Man has received special powers and weapons from the Sorceress and defends the castle from Skeletor. Skeletor finds one half of the Power Sword , the key to Castle Grayskull. He-Man received the other half from the Sorceress, and must prevent Skeletor from linking the two halves and gaining access to the castle.
To distinguish these stories from the minicomics which were released as tie-ins with the TV series , fans called this first version of Eternia "mini-Eternia" and the words were combined into Mineternia in by the minicomics fansite Eternia Minor now He-Man Tales. Later Mattel minicomics — [ edit ] With the introduction of Hordak, the minicomics began to diverge from the He-Man and She-Ra animated series and Etheria became Hordak's base of operations.
Years earlier, Hordak had been overthrown by his minion Skeletor and banished from Eternia. He returns, accompanied by the Evil Horde, to conquer the planet.
Occasionally allying with Skeletor but usually attempting to destroy him , Hordak is opposed by He-Man. In the mini-comic King of the Snakemen, Skeletor discovers a pool of energy buried in Snake Mountain which contains ancient emperor King Hiss. Hiss discloses that he had conquered a number of planets before invading Eternia.
Large portions of the planet had fallen to the Snake Men before they were defeated by the Council of the Elders and banished to another dimension. Hiss now seeks to recover his fellow Snake Men and bring vengeance to Eternia.
The giant structure is raised from underground by Hiss and Skeletor and is the focus of adventures as He-Man tries to prevent all three villains from acquiring the towers' secrets. Hordak recognises the towers, and claims to have helped build Central Tower. The return of the Towers enhances the Sorceress' magic, and she helps King Randor in his search to discover what happened to his long-lost brother Keldor.
Skeletor is determined to stop the search.
With He-Man, I love the cape, and how it brings him forward and makes him pop. The hair is brilliant. His hair has more of a futuristic punk look to it, and I like the metallic grey and gold armor.
Evil-Lyn ended up growing on me, it simply took a while.
Man-at-Arms and Beast Man actually appear pretty close to their toy counterparts, albeit with much more subdued coloring, which works with the tone of the film. Saurod and Blade are also great additions. Though they are unfamiliar characters, I actually quite like the designs, with Saurod being a favorite. Her design has always puzzled me a bit, but maybe Stout was trying to bring a soldier aspect to the character by having her be more in line with her father, Man-at-Arms.
The gold and white are startling, and I like the new take on the tiara, with most of the intricate pattern-work being at the crown of the head as opposed to the sides.
Lastly, again, so much work went into these designs.
Maybe we will be able to see all of Mr. I met him briefly once out in San Diego at one of the comic conventions and downloadd one of his sketchbooks. His dinosaur drawings are really lovely too.
If anyone else is interested in seeing more work by Mr. Stout, I suggest giving his dinosaur illustrations a go.