We can't wait for Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 thanks to Grayskull's might! The first five episodes of Netflix's continuation of the classic 1983 animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe began on July 23, with the second half of the series planned to stream in November.
Kevin Smith created and Powerhouse Animation Studios produced Masters of the Universe: Revelation, an American animated superhero fantasy streaming television series. While Revelation ignores the events of The New Adventures of He-Man, it is a sequel to the 1983–1985 Filmation series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. It concentrates on the unresolved stories of the original 1983 TV series, picking up many of the characters' travels where they left off.
What is There in the Masters of the Universe Revelation Part I
Skeletor and Evil-Lyn launch an all-out attack on Castle Grayskull, disrupting the event and garnering the attention of He-Man, Man-At-Arms, and the rest of Eternia, while Teela is being honoured at a ceremony for taking up the mantle of Man-At-Arms. Teela battles Evil-Lyn inside Castle Grayskull while He-Man confronts Skeletor at the heart of the castle, where all magic flows through Eternia in a mystical orb enclosed by a locking mechanism built by the Elders, while the rest of Eternia's forces face off against the forces of Snake Mountain outside.
Skeletor incinerates He-ally Man's Moss-Man, forcing an irate He-Man to impale Skeletor on the Castle Grayskull's locking mechanism, revealing Castle Grayskull's real form as the Hall of Wisdom. Skeletor breaks the sphere housing all of Eternia's magic, causing an explosion that threatens all of reality.
The Sorceress manages to slow time sufficiently for He-Man to use the Sword of Power as a conduit to confine the explosion, dividing it in two and presumably killing both He-Man and Skeletor. Teela and King Randor both hear of He-death Man's and real identity as Prince Adam, which leads to King Randor banning Man-At-Arms and Teela leaving.
How Masters of the Universe Revelation Part I Ended?
Teela goes to a village with Andra and Evil-Lyn to find Man-At-Arms, which is being assaulted by Tri-Klops' technologically improved warriors. An exiled Man-At-Arms and Beast Man fight them off. Man-At-Arms leads the others back to his house, where he reveals that he has been gathering magical water in order to save Orko's life since Eternia's power was destroyed. Man-at-Arms refuses to accompany them on their mission, but Orko and Roboto offer their assistance.
Teela chooses to send Man-At-Arms to Castle Grayskull to guard the Sorceress instead, because Roboto can reforge the Sword. When the heroes go across the Crystal Sea to a doorway to Subternia, they are ambushed by Mer-Man and his Aquatican soldiers, who are enraged at being abandoned by Evil-Lyn following Skeletor's death.
The heroes fight Mer-Man and compel him to direct them to the Subternia doorway, which is opened by the surviving head of the Havoc Staff, with unexpected assistance from Man-At-Arms. Teela and her comrades descend into the Land of the Dead after reconciling with Man-At-Arms.
Randor reunites with Adam, Cringer, and Teela, and recruits Andra as a Royal Guard lieutenant. When Adam spends time with Marlena, he discovers that she and Randor have broken up since he died. Man-At-Arms shows compassion for Evil-Lyn, and she begins to doubt her connection with Skeletor, who provides her a vision of the whole universe.
Skeletor schemes to utilise the forthcoming Celestial Apex—the alignment of all of the cosmos's planets—to boost his own power and kill He-Man, while Evil-Lyn becomes nihilistic, feeling that nothing in the universe has meaning.
Beast-Man consoles Evil-Lyn, who explains that she owes Skeletor a debt of gratitude for saving her and giving her purpose in the past, but that she now recognises she must liberate everyone from him. Teela tells Adam that The Sorceress is her mother during their meeting. Skeletor is tricked into returning to his regular form, and Evil-Lyn grabs the Sword of Power for herself, transforming into God-Lyn.
God-Lyn declares her plan to put an end to all misery by destroying the cosmos, using Preternia as an example. The Royal Family begins plotting to destroy God-Lyn by appointing Teela as the new Sorceress, and Skeletor joins them unexpectedly.
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In December 2019, Netflix announced two new Masters of the Universe projects: an adult-oriented anime series advertised as a direct successor to the 1983 television series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and a CGI series geared towards youngsters.