On the war torn planet of Etheria, She-Ra and her magical allies in the Great Rebellion face their final struggles against the tyrannical Hordak and his Evil Horde. New warriors from the kingdom of Bright Moon appear to help stop the spread of oppressive … see full wiki
This last volume of DVD's is as good as the previous two. The artwork inside & out is great. The episodes feature many new characters such as Peekablue (my favorite), Flutterina, Netossa, Spinnerella, Sweet Bee, and a very brief appearance by the Star sisters. The Horde's new addition is Entrapta, seen in several episodes. There are a few guest appearances by He-Han, Orko, & Man-At-Arms. The special features include another short documentary on some of the artists' … more
So, out of all the 80's cartoon DVD sets that I've procured in the past 7 or so years I keep getting amazed by the ones that stand out as my favorites as far as content and presentation. I grew up addicted to shows like He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, G.I. Joe, Transformers, the Silverhawks and Bravestarr for the most part; you know manly shows full of action and misfired lasers that never seemed to hit anything more important than rocks and the odd robot. There were a handful of shows that … more
Seemingly no sooner than my sad goodbye to the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series, I've concluded my tour of the She-Ra Princess of Power DVDs last night. The second season of She-Ra represents the end of the Filmation run of the entire franchise and believe it or not; this shows through the quality of the story writing and even in the animation stock itself. He-Man and She-Ra always had a very distinctive look to them (even when compared against animation from other studios in that era) … more
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