Happy Masters Of The Universe Day! // by Comicsforever and Joe Amato (2014)

Hi there! this is my 4000th post and I wanted it to be special because… well it’s kind of a big deal to me. I started Comics Forever in 2009 and since then it’s been a labor of love, one I keep in a very traditional and classic way even when I come up with new ideas like the Artist Highlights, the Milestone Moments or the Cover Galleries, this little corner of the ‘net is a reflection of the things I love in pop culture past and present, specially about those properties that are very dear to me. Masters Of The Universe has been with me for almost 30 years so imagine my surprise when I found out that in 1987 a politician named Tom Bradley by that time Mayor of California declared this day MOTU day! 

Up to present day He-Man and his pals have had three TV shows, one movie, various runs of great Comic Books and the most important thing of all, the signature of the brand: a LOT of toys! Each en every single one as great as the other. Masters Of The Universe was a very big deal when I was a kid because you didn’t really had a canon continuity to follow the story of the characters, so you had to make up your own, this situation evolved as the animated series where produced and finally with the MOTU classics line a full canon has been provided for every character in this rich universe.

Today I celebrate my 4000th post with this great piece of pop culture. Some of the best characters I have come to know and love and who unlike most shows today, taught me and my generation right from wrong (along the parents of course!)

The artists gracing this post today are: (top to bottom)

  1. Banner by Joe Amato (MOTU customizer extraordinarie)
  2. He-Man and Skeletor art by Santi Casas (2009)
  3. Battle Armor He-Man & Skeletor lines by William George (1984)
  4. Masters Of The Universe painted art by William George (1985)
  5. Masters Of The Universe and the Evil Warriors art by Joe Ng and Espen Grundetjern (2012)
  6. MOTU Classics Action Figures crafted by Mattel photography by Michael Muth (2013)

Thanks for being there my dear followers. I love every single one of you! Without you the effort I put in this blog would be nothing. I’m looking forward to 4000 more posts!

Danilo.-

Administrator Of Comics Forever.

He-Man: The Most Powerful Man In The Universe // picture by grayskullwarrior (2014)
Action figure crafted by Mattel.

He-Man: The Most Powerful Man In The Universe // picture by grayskullwarrior (2014)

Action figure crafted by Mattel.

Masters of the Universe // artwork by Mike Dimayuga (2011)
Featuring He-Man and Teela

Masters of the Universe // artwork by Mike Dimayuga (2011)

Featuring He-Man and Teela

He-Man // artwork by Dave Bullock (2013)

He-Man // artwork by Dave Bullock (2013)

She-Ra // artwork by Terry Dodson And Rachel Dodson (2013)
Variant cover art for Masters Of The Universe #1 published  by Dc Comics

She-Ra // artwork by Terry Dodson And Rachel Dodson (2013)

Variant cover art for Masters Of The Universe #1 published  by Dc Comics

Masters Of The Universe // artwork by Gerard Parel (2013)

Masters Of The Universe // artwork by Rob Duenas (2013)

Masters Of The Universe // artwork by Rob Duenas (2013)

Classic Colors He-Man // sculpted by NECA (2006)
Exclusive for San Diego Comic Con 2006

Classic Colors He-Man // sculpted by NECA (2006)

Exclusive for San Diego Comic Con 2006

Masters Of The Universe // artwork by by Joe Ng and Espen Grundetjern (2012)

Awesome artwork to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the brand from Udon Studios!

He-Man // artwork by Mike Miller and Teodoro Gonzalez (2012)

He-Man // artwork by Mike Miller and Teodoro Gonzalez (2012)