He-Man News: Apparently he will try to keep the tone of the original series
Masters of the Universe, the new He-Man series coming soon to Netflix, continues to keep several things secret, although it does not keep his fans a complete mystery.
We know that they intend to pay homage to the original cartoon, although with several changes that begin with the animation style.
With the premiere of the series so close, IGN shared a clip of what we will see in one of the episodes, and it seems that it does resemble the old He-Man.
This video clip is part of the third episode of the series, which was produced by Kevin Smith.
In this Masters of the Universe sequence, we see He-Man and Teela face mysterious underwater creatures commanded by Skeletor.
Just when things seem to get complicated, an unexpected ally appears who frees our heroes from his prison.
Once on the surface we see them face Skeletor and Evil-Lyn, and after defeating them, He-Man gives a joke to his rival.
Although the video fragment is very short, it shows that an attempt was made to maintain the original style of the 80s series, although clearly the animation is different.
Masters of the Universe has an agreed release date on July 23, and you can see it if you have a Netflix subscription.
The original voice cast includes such personalities as Mark Hamill, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Liam Cunningham, Lena Headey, Diedrich Bader, Alicia Silverstone, Henry Rollins, Tony Todd, and Kevin Conroy.
We still don’t know who will provide voice for the Spanish version, but most likely you won’t hear the original dubbing.
We’ll see if Masters of the Universe manages to make us feel that nostalgia or if it ends up being criticized like other reboots of series from the 80s.