I still remember how excited I was when I got that first look at Masters of the Universe: Revelation. Stunning animation, a killer voice cast and all the makings of the He-Man series that I had been waiting so long for. As far as I was concerned, the series more than delivered. That was not a popular opinion, with a lot of fans panning the series, mostly for not seeing the hero or villain that they are used to seeing. If the final episode of Part 1 was any indication, that is about to change in a big way.
(SPOILERS AHEAD FOR PART 1 OF MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVELATION)
Skeletor is now Skelegod and he has more power than perhaps ever before. What does this mean for Eternia? Netflix has finally let us know when we can start getting those answers. Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 will arrive on November 23rd. These next five episodes might just be exactly what some fans have been holding out for.
Here is the early synopsis for Part 2: "With Skeletor now wielding the Sword of Power, the weary heroes of Eternia must band together to fight back against the forces of evil in a thrilling and epic conclusion to the two-part series."
Keep in mind, some of these heroes mentioned are very dead. Something that you also have to consider is that magic is very much a part of the world of Masters of the Universe. So, just because someone is gone, they might not be gone for good. If that poster is any indication, one hero in particular looks like he may rise up for battle.
Showrunner and executive producer Kevin Smith took to social media to reiterate what he told us in our interview months ago...prepare for a lot of Mark Hamill:
Make no bones about it, Skeletor finally has the Power! Wanna see what @HamillHimself does to the Universe with it? And whither Ram Man? Check out Part 2 of @MastersOfficial REVELATION when it comes to @netflix on NOVEMBER 23rd! (This metal-as-Hell artwork is by @NathanBaertsch!) pic.twitter.com/xke6ATCvij— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) October 12, 2021
You still have over a month to get caught up, if you haven't already. Since I've been driving this bandwagon for a while, I'm obviously excited for what Part 2 has to bring. Don't worry, I'll save a seat for you.
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