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"He-Man" on Wikipedia

He-Man was a 1983 animated television series that aired for 130 episodes. The character of He-Man is part of the larger franchise called "Masters of the Universe", which is a series created by Mattel.


In 1981, Mattel launched the Masters of the Universe franchise. The franchise includes several iterations in various media, including the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and three other television series, six lines of action figures, several comic series, and a film. The series revolves around Prince Adam, who transforms into He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe. He does this by holding The Power Sword and saying, "By the Power of Grayskull...I have the power!" He-Man works with his cronies to defend the planet Eternia from the evil forces of Skeletor, whose continually tries to conquer Castle Grayskull.


Graphic Novel:The Trip, Part 1

Hiro wonders who the villain is behind certain evildoings. He wonders if it is Skeletor, and vows to conquer him, whoever he is.

Graphic Novel:The Trip, Part 2

After Damian has "scrambled" Hiro's brain into "fanboy soup", Hiro sees a mall that resembles Castle Grayskull. He believes that the sorceress inside can help him, but he wonders how he can open the drawbridge without a sword. Instead, he holds up his staff and says, "By the power of Blackskull, I have the POWER!"


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