The music is very epic during the battle scenes and at times when needed can be very sad or touching in emotional scenes. The voice inflections between the two characters coming from one voice actor are awesome. My hubby and I have been enjoying watching these and recalling our childhoods. As He-Man, Prince Adam must lead the Masters Of The Universe into battle against the villanous Skeletor and his evil henchmen, who scheme to rule Eternia and spread chaos through the kingdom. Very nice updating and he no longer looks like a court jester! Once the original cartoon was over I thought ok time to move on. Any and all opinions expressed are my own.
The main point of my review is my overall impressions on the 2002 cartoon. This complete collection starts with the three-part movie that shows how Prince Adam becomes He-Man and leads Man-At-Arms, Teela, Ram Man, Buzz-Off, Mekanek and the other Masters Of The Universe as they battle Skeletor, Trap Jaw, Tri-Klops, Evil Lyn, Mer-Man and other villains for control of Eternia. I believe that around age 4 or 5 is when I really got into understanding cartoons. You Have The Power and go watch this series! He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 2002 premiered on Cartoon Network on August 16, 2002. However after that it was like she was just a damsel in distress and a passive Queen. None of us liked Skeletor of course and we would cheer on He-Man and the other Masters as they fought to defended the Eternia.
The Heroes: Prince Adam: Say what you want about the original design of Adam as far as the paint colors being girly… I thought they fit him. When I say this I mean stuff like Transformers, Thundercats, G. So my classics are being remade and introduced to new generations, giving us the opportunity to enjoy them again in different ways. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business. The toy was awesome as well.
The 2002 update is just as awesome I think. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. I enjoy this version of the Masters of the Universe cartoon very much and its great to see it being done the way it shouldve been done in the 80s, but all cartoons were goofy back then anyway, I'm over the moon that its back for a whole new generation of viewers to enjoy, i just hope it sticks around for a few years. I think mainly because as kids we all wanted to fly. However his 2002 version is awesome. There was action adventure magic and swords! I can hear inflections of Waspinator in Mer-Man, Silverbolt in Stratos, King Hippo from Captain N The Game Master in Whiplash, and others as well.
Both in the original cartoon and the 2002 series. In 2002 there was a new He-Man and the Masters Of The Universe cartoon. I like the fact that all of the old characters from the 80s version that were in like one or two episodes then had an action figure made out of them, do actually appear in a few episodes and have their character developed more than in the original. Overall I have no issues with what they have used throughout this cartoon. This is Cringer my fearless friend. She was shown to be an astronaut and a very brave woman.
But this cartoon is much better written and its nice to see that effort is put into the story and the dialogue. I also like how they updated her Origin Story. In this series they can either be comical or very serious just like the music. After the original cartoon ended I like most other kids went on to other cartoons. As i said i do think this is a better cartoon overall, but i do like the original version of the He-man character more than this one, he looked more brawnier and had a better voice and i like the old transformation sequence where prince Adam turns into he-man better than the new one. Together we defend Castle Grayskull from the evil masters of the universe.
The intro starts off with Prince Adam reciting the old words……. In Season 2 it shows Adam growing muscles to become He-Man. . He-Man and the Masters of the Universe defend Castle Grayskull and all of Eternia from the tyrannical Skeletor and his Evil Warriors. I have no complaints with this at all. So while I would have loved to hear the old speech with the new character voices I think this takes you into each episode very well.
The new cartoon is not as goof ball and childish as the old cartoon and the majority of the characters are seen in more than one episode and get to be involved in the plot and unlike the 80s version this cartoon is not merely a vehicle in which to promote the sale of Mattel toys as it was the case before. However, the spelling of many of the character names is very inconsistent, not only compared to previously established way of writing them, but even from one episode to another. The only thing that kinda disappointed me about Orko in the 02 series was that they never went to Trolla. Only three others share this secret our friends the Sorceress Man At Arms and Orko. » I was a huge fan of the he-man cartoon in the 80s, but being so young i didn't get to see as much as i would've liked.
I was thoroughly surprised with whom they chose to voice the characters. Another one of the great cartoons among the ones I just mentioned was He-Man and the Masters Of The Universe! Eternia is a world of myth, sorcery and advanced technology where epic heroes accomplish remarkable deeds, strange creatures roam the world, and malevolent enemies wreak havoc. However I liked where they took it in the 2002 series. No material was cut from the thirty-minute versions and the ninety-minute version didn't feature the opening title sequence. There are a few issues I have with these characters. Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four.