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  • Sep 25, 2010
For all of those boys that loved He-Man and the Masters of the Universe as a kid and figured She-Ra was just for girls, then I highly suggest watching an episode or two. It's a lot darker than He-Man, and having the main characters in hiding from the villain is a nice twist from He-Man...
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A spin-off of HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE the 1980s cartoon series SHE-RA: PRINCESS OF POWER fashioned a girl-power version of its parent show's hallmark brand of action-fantasy. Vibrantly animated and creatively told the series followed the mythical adventures of He-Man's twin sister Princess Adora as she transformed into her super-heroine alter-ego She-Ra to defeat the villainous Evil Horde and bring peace to the kingdom of Etheria. This collection presents the first 32 episodes of the series' first season.DVD Features:Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.0) Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0)Commentary by: Writers Larry DiTillo and J. Michael Straczynski editor Rick Gehr and storyboard artist Michael Swanigan ("The Sea Hawk" "King Miro's Journey")Dolby Digital 2.0Episodes 1-32 from the 1985-86 season on five discsThe Stories of She-Ra Part I: Documentary features with interviews on episodes 1-32Full-length animated storyboard with interactive comparison for "Into Etheria"Loo-Kee's fun facts & triviaInteractive "Where's Loo-Kee?" gameEaster eggsDVD-ROM features: Scripts of five episodes Princess of Power series Bible The Secret of the Sword comic book coloring bookExclusive She-Ra collectible 4x6" art cards50 detailed profiles of various characters creatures and artifactsFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY Rating: NR UPC: 787364721498
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Screen Writer: Lawrence G. DiTillio
DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
Runtime: 30 minutes
Studio: BCI - A Navarre Corporation Company
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