Based on Mattel’s Masters of the Universe toy line, Filmation produces the American animated television program He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. One of the most watched animated programs of the 1980s was the program, also known as He-Man. As you know, He-Man is an iconic 1980s cartoon. But you might not realize the enormous cast of characters accompanying Him on his many adventures. We’ve put together our list of the top 50 He-Man characters for your perusing pleasure.
1. He-Man / Prince Adam
|He Man Prince Adam||Information|
|Full Name||He-Man / Prince Adam|
|Alias||The Most Powerful Man in the Universe|
|Occupation||Defender of Eternia, Ruler of Castle Grayskull|
|Affiliation||Masters of the Universe, Heroic Warriors|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches (188 cm)|
|Weight||240 lbs (109 kg)|
|Abilities||Superhuman strength, speed, and agility; Exceptional combat skills; Expert swordsman; Indomitable willpower|
|Backstory||Prince Adam, son of King Randor and Queen Marlena, is the secret alter ego of He-Man. By holding aloft his magical sword and reciting the words “By the power of Grayskull, I have the power,” Adam transforms into the powerful warrior known as He-Man. He defends Eternia from the evil forces of Skeletor, possessing incredible physical prowess and wielding the Power Sword. He-Man is the defender of Castle Grayskull, the ancient fortress that holds vast mystical powers. He stands as Eternia’s greatest hero and the champion of good.|
|Allies||Battle Cat, Man-At-Arms, Teela, Sorceress, Orko, The Heroic Warriors|
|Enemies||Skeletor, Evil-Lyn, Beast Man, Mer-Man, Tri-Klops, Trap Jaw, and other members of the Evil Warriors|
|Media Appearances||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983 animated series), He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword (1985 film), Masters of the Universe (1987 live-action film), Masters of the Universe: Revelation (2021 animated series), He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021 animated series)|
|Legacy||He-Man is an iconic figure in popular culture, representing the epitome of heroism and strength. He has inspired numerous toys, comics, and animated adaptations, remaining a beloved character for decades.|
The twin brother of Princess Adora and a member of the Masters of the Universe cast is Prince Adam. He-Man, the star of the series, is he alter ego. Adam appears to the Eternian court to be a carefree and worry-free prince. Many people view him as a coward, most notably his father, King Randor, and Teela, the leader of the Royal Guard. This prevalent misunderstanding of Prince Adam is because anytime trouble in Eternia occurs, Prince Adam manages to flee to stealthily become He-Man, the most powerful being in the Universe. Prince Adam can defeat any foe threatening the Eternian throne or Castle Grayskull once he transforms into He-Man.
You can learn all about the differences between He-Man and Prince Adam, and their roles in the Masters of the Universe franchise. For more powerful characters similar to He-Man, check out our post on the most powerful Marvel characters.
2. Battle Cat / Cringer
|Battle Cat Cringer||Information|
|Full Name||Battle Cat / Cringer|
|Voiced by||Alan Oppenheimer, Stephen Root, David Kaye|
|Abilities||Enhanced strength, stamina, durability, speed, agility, and senses|
A fictional big cat named Cringer appears in the Masters of the Universe series. Prince Adam’s cat buddy has striped fur comparable to a tiger’s (but his species is unknown). When Adam becomes He-Man, he transforms Cringer into the much bigger and more powerful Battle Cat, mainly used as his riding horse.
3. Skeletor / Prince Keldor
|Full Name||Skeletor / Prince Keldor|
|Alias||Lord of Destruction, Overlord of Evil|
|Appearance||Evil skull-faced, blue-skinned sorcerer|
|Motivation||Conquer Castle Grayskull and become the Master of the Universe|
|Origin||Inhabitant of another dimension thrown into Eternia during “The Great Wars”|
|Abilities||Superhuman strength, stamina, durability, speed, intelligence|
|Family||King Randor (half-brother), Prince Adam / He-Man (nephew)|
|Portrayed by||Frank Langella (1987 live-action film)|
|Voice Actors||Alan Oppenheimer (1980s cartoon), Mark Hamill (Masters of the Universe: Revelation)|
|Notable Appearances||1980s cartoon series (71 episodes), She-Ra: Princess of Power (9 episodes)|
|Achievements||Ruler of Snake Mountain, main antagonist of Eternia|
The main antagonist is the former Prince of Eternos and star of the Netflix series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Skeletor. His fiercest adversaries are He-Man, Prince Adam, and the Masters of the Universe. The mature Keldor had blue eyes, a mustache, and a goatee. He was brown with short brown hair. He appeared to be in his early to late 40s.
4. The Sorceress / Teela Na
|Full Name||The Sorceress / Teela Na|
|Masters of the Universe character||Heroic Guardian of Castle Grayskull|
|First Appearance||He-Man and the Power Sword (1981)|
|Created by||Mark Taylor|
|Portrayed by||Christina Pickles|
|Voiced by||Linda Gary, Venus Terzo, Nicole Oliver, Susan Eisenberg, Kimberly Brooks|
|Alias||Teela Na (current), Teela (in early comics), The Goddess (in early comics), Eldress (2021 reboot)|
|Title||Heroic Guardian of Castle Grayskull|
|Abilities||Psychokinesis, Advanced longevity, Expertise in mysticism|
|Background||Sorceress of Castle Grayskull, fictional superhero from the Masters of the Universe franchise|
|Appearance||Green-skinned in the 1980s incarnation (mini-comic), later depicted with cobra-themed armor|
|Relationships||Mother of Teela, childhood friend of Prince Adam, captain of the Royal Guard|
|Powers||Knowledge of magic and history, guardian of the Secrets of Castle Grayskull|
|Weakness||Limited strength and abilities outside of Castle Grayskull|
|Transformation||Can assume the form of a falcon known as Zoar|
|Previous Sorceresses||Veena, the wife of King Grayskull, entrusted with the Power Sword’s protection|
|Future||Teela Na becomes the new Sorceress and will marry King He-Man, becoming the mother of their son Dare|
Teela Na, also known as The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull, is a made-up superhero from the Masters of the Universe series. The He-Man and the Power Sword minicomic is where the Sorceress first makes an appearance. With green skin and cobra-themed armor, this form is occasionally depicted in later media as Teela. According to later representations, the Sorceress grants He-Man his abilities in this tale.
|Appearance||Masters of the Universe (toy line and cartoon series)|
|Portrayed by||Meg Foster (1987 film)|
|Voiced by||Linda Gary, Kathleen Barr, Lena Headey, Grey Griffin|
|Title||Evil Warrior Goddess|
|Powers||Expert in magic and witchcraft, generates magic without instruments, known for spells and enchantments|
|Intelligence||Highly intelligent, surpassing other minions, aims to acquire Skeletor’s powers and rule over Eternia|
|Distinctive Trait||Magic wand crowned with a crystal orb|
|Alliances||Occasionally works independently, aids other supervillains, has no loyalty to Skeletor|
|Relationship with Skeletor||Second-in-command, desires to seize Skeletor’s powers, often left in charge in his absence|
|Film Appearance||Played by Meg Foster in the 1987 live-action film Masters of the Universe, depicted as Skeletor’s right-hand woman with hints of romance|
|Expanded Background||2002 series reveals she is the daughter of the Faceless One, forms alliances and schemes independently|
|Cancelled Plot||Planned storyline involving freeing Hordak from the dimension of Despondos for power|
|Time Travel||Evil-Lyn accompanies Skeletor in the group’s time travel adventures|
The supervillain Evil-Lyn appears in the Netflix movie He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. A wicked witch who serves as Skeletor’s deputy and uses her black magic to his advantage. Although she readily acknowledges that she lacks Skeletor’s strength, she is far more intelligent than the other Skeletacor followers. She readily states that she aspires to usurp her master’s authority and rule over Eternia herself.
6. Man-At-Arms / Duncan
|Man At Arms Duncan||Information|
|Full Name||Man-At-Arms / Duncan|
|Occupation||Master of Weapons|
|Affiliation||Eternos, Royal Guard|
|Skills||Weapon mastery, Tactical expertise, Engineering prowess|
|Allies||He-Man, Teela, The Sorceress|
|Enemies||Skeletor, Evil Warriors|
|Biography||Duncan, commonly known as Man-At-Arms, is a skilled warrior and the Master of Weapons in the realm of Eternia. He is a trusted ally of He-Man, possessing exceptional combat skills, specializing in various weapons and combat techniques. Duncan is also a brilliant engineer, responsible for creating and maintaining advanced weaponry and technology for the defense of Eternia. His unwavering dedication, strategic mind, and unwavering courage make him a vital asset in the ongoing battle for Eternia’s freedom and peace. He resides in Castle Grayskull, training and preparing warriors to defend the realm.|
Duncan, a character from the Masters of the Universe series, goes by the moniker Man-At-Arms. A Man-at-Arms’ duty in the government of Eternia was to give military and law enforcement advice to the planetary monarch in charge and the Royal Guard. Man-At-Arms is portrayed somewhat differently in the early minicomics. Since there was no royal family then, his appearance was more in keeping with the toy.
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7. Beast Man
|Full Name||Beast Man|
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Sword and planet, Superhero|
|Based on||Masters of the Universe by Mattel|
|Developed by||Lou Scheimer|
|Voices of||John Erwin, Alan Oppenheimer, Linda Gary, Lou Scheimer, Erik Gunden, Erika Scheimer|
|Theme music composer||Shuki Levy, Haim Saban|
|Opening theme||“Masters of the Universe”|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||130|
|Executive producer||Lou Scheimer|
|Running time||23 minutes|
|Production companies||Filmation Associates, Mattel|
|Original network||First-run syndication|
|Audio format||Mono (early season 1), Stereo (mid-late season 1–2)|
|Original release||September 5, 1983 (U.K.), September 26, 1983 (United States) – November 21, 1985|
|Allies||Battle Cat, The Sorceress, Teela, Man-At-Arms, Orko|
|Goal||Defend Eternia from Skeletor’s evil forces|
|Source of Power||Sword of Power and the fortress of Castle Grayskull|
|Toy Line||Original action figure released by Mattel in 1982|
|Spin-off Series||She-Ra: Princess of Power|
|Reboot Series||Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Netflix, 2021)|
The brutal right-hand man of Skeletor, Beast Man, is a figure from the famous toy line and animated television series Masters of the Universe. He possesses great power and control over a variety of wild animals.
In the early 1980s, Mattel designed the first seven characters for the Masters of the Universe toy line. One of the first four characters to be completed and released was Beast Man (the other three being He-Man, Man-At-Arms, and Skeletor).
|First Appearance||“The Cosmic Comet” (1983)|
|Created by||Tom RueggerLarry DiTillio|
|Portrayed by||Billy Barty (1987; as Gwildor)|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer (1983 series)|
|Unique Abilities||Natural magical abilities, levitation, storage of various items|
|Origin||Trolla, another dimension|
|Character Traits||Comic relief, unreliable magic, loyal friend, courageous|
|Significant||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra: Princess of Power,|
|Appearances||Masters of the Universe: Revelation|
A made-up character from the Masters of the Universe series is named Oracle. Orko, a sorcerer and the last of his kind, made his television debut Filmation series He-Man, the Masters of the Universe from the 1980s. He later had prominent cameos in episodes of She-Ra: Princess of Power, the show’s direct spinoff, and the 2002 remake of the original series.
|Description||Teela is a heroic “warrior goddess” and the Captain of the Royal Guard in the Masters of the Universe franchise.|
|First appearance||He-Man and the Power Sword (1981)|
|Created by||Donald F. Glut, Alfredo Alcala|
|Portrayed by||Chelsea Field|
|Voiced by||Linda Gary (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Cathy Weseluck (The New Adventures of He-Man), Lisa Ann Beley (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002)), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Masters of the Universe: Revelation), Kimberly Brooks (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021)), Melissa Benoist (Masters of the Universe: Revolution)|
|Species||Human (as Teela), Goddess (as the Sorceress of Castle Grayskull)|
|Occupation||Captain of the Royal Guard|
|Relatives||Sorceress of Castle Grayskull (mother), Man-At-Arms (foster-father)|
|Additional Info||– Teela is a skilled and capable fighter who roams the deserted landscapes of Eternia atop a unicorn.|
A made-up superheroine from the Masters of the Universe series is named Teela. As the Royal Guard’s Captain in the Eternos Palace, she protects and instructs Prince Adam of Eternia. Teela frequently helps Adam in his struggles while he is He-Man, but she is unaware of his other identity. Although until the second wave of the first wave, she was one of the earliest characters created for Masters of the Universe.
10. King Randor
|Full Name||King Randor|
|First appearance||The Ordeal of Man-E-Faces! (1982)|
|Created by||Gary Cohn (writer), Mark Texeria (artist)|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer, Michael Donovan, Diedrich Bader, Fred Tatasciore|
|Children||Prince Adam / He-Man, Princess Adora / She-Ra|
|Relatives||King Miro (father), King Grayskull (ancestor), Skeletor (half-brother)|
|Occupation||Ruler of Eternia|
|Allies||He-Man, Man-At-Arms, Sorceress, Queen Marlena|
|Enemies||Skeletor, Evil-Lyn, Beast Man, other villains|
|Appearance||Bold and noble warrior king|
|Relationship with Adam||Proud of his honest and kind-hearted son|
|Involvement in Action||Occasionally involved in battles against Skeletor|
|Additional Facts||– Long-lost father’s name is King Miro|
King Randor is the name of a character from the Masters of the Universe television series from the 1980s. King Miro, the character’s original name, was revealed to be King Randor’s long-lost father in the Filmation animated series. Randor, the planet’s ruler and head of Eternia’s government, is a direct descendant of King Grayskull.
|Education||Self-taught in Survival Skills|
|Skills||Mountaineering, Skydiving, Rock Climbing,|
|Achievements||Conquered the Seven Summits|
|Interests||Exploring Uncharted Territories|
The Bird People of Avion, who can fly and have other birdlike traits, are led by Stratos. He-Man has tight ties to the Bird People, and Stratos is one of his most dependable fighters. Stratos is a valuable spy for the Heroic Warriors thanks to his acute, birdlike eyes, flight power, and aerial acrobatic abilities.
12. Clamp Champ
|Alias(es)||Raenius, Heroic Master of Capture, Royal Bodyguard|
|Relationship(s)||Lieutenant Dian (Attraction), Flutterina (Wife)|
|Affiliation||Heroic Warriors, Masters of the Universe|
|Abilities||Skilled in use of power clamp weapon, Hand-to-hand combat, Incredible reflexes, Superstrength, Supersenses, Extensive knowledge of weaponry|
Clamp Champ is a fictitious character from the well-known He is a Heroic Warriors member and is armed with a deadly clamp that can impale any adversary, a potent clamp weapon that can impale any foe. He is a master of stealth with super-senses of hearing and sight, and as the master of capture, he has the physical strength required to operate the clamp. The single black figure in Mattel’s initial Masters of the Universe toy line, Clamp Champ, is noteworthy.
|Man E Faces||Information|
|First Appearance||The Ordeal of Man-E-Faces (1982)|
|Created by||Gary Cohn (writer)|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer (1985), Paul Dobson (2002), Stephen Fry (2022)|
|Distinctive Appearance||Large, blue metal head with screen-like opening for faces|
|Ability||Can change his face from guy to robot to monster|
|Toy Feature||Dial on top of head to rotate between three faces|
|Weapon||Orange laser gun (also featured in Weapons Pak)|
|Armor Detailing||Purple (may vary on foreign versions)|
|Mini-Comic Appearance||“The Ordeal of Man-E-Faces”|
|Mini-Comic Story||Captured by Skeletor and transformed into a monster and robot|
|Filmation Cartoon Portrayal||Actor who uses alternate faces for stage roles|
|Origin Episode||“The Mystery of Man-E-Faces”|
|Origin Story||Originally a villain, changed by Skeletor’s influence, aided by He-Man and Sorceress|
|2002 Relaunch||Featured in new toy line and cartoon series|
|Enhancements in 2002 Version||Additional techniques and abilities for battle|
|Faces’ Capabilities||Monster face provides courage and strength, robot face provides intelligence and scanning abilities|
|Weapon in 2002 Version||Mace (Man-E-Faces and Man-E-Monster) and blaster (Man-E-Robot)|
|Episode with Split Personality||“The Monster Within”|
|Reception||Mixed reviews from critics and rankings in toy lists|
His commanding blue metal head makes him stand out as a member of the Heroic Warriors. His recognizable blue metal skull helps him stand out as a member of the Heroic Warriors, with a screen-like opening on which his face may be seen. He can transform his regular human face into a monster and robot face. Throughout various media, he employs his visage for a variety of objectives.
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14. She-Ra / Princess Adora
|Full Name||She-Ra / Princess Adora|
|Created by||Larry DiTillio, J. Michael Straczynski|
|Voice||Melendy Britt, Aimee Carrero|
|Description||Fictional character from She-Ra: Princess of Power, alter ego of Princess Adora and twin sister of He-Man|
|Occupation||Former Military Captain, Leader of the Rebels, Princess of Etheria|
|Abilities||Gigantic physical strength, agility, superhuman endurance, swordsmanship, strategic abilities, telepathic communication with animals, healing touch, transforming sword|
|Appearances||She-Ra: Princess of Power, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power|
|Films||The Secret of the Sword, He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special, Masters of the Universe|
|Other||Masters of the Universe Classics (toyline), She-Ra (comic book), He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe (video game)|
|First Appearance||The Secret of the Sword|
In the Masters of the Universe series, a fictional figure named Princess Adora appears. She is Prince Adam’s twin sister and She-alter Ra’s alter ego. Soon after the twins were born, Hordak planned to abduct them. Hordak and the young Adora fled to Etheria through a space corridor when Man-at-Arms discovered Hordak as he was about to take the kids. She was later brought up by Shadow Weaver and joined the Evil Horde as a Force Captain.
15. Ram Man
|Full Name||Ram Man|
|First Appearance||He-Man meets Ram Man|
|Character Creator||Gary Cohn (writer)|
|Voice||John Erwin, Scott McNeill, Danny Trejo, Judy Alice Lee|
|Nickname||Heroic Human Battering Ram|
|Gender||Male (Female in 2021 version)|
|Powers and Abilities||– Spring-loaded legs for powerful leaps|
|Personality||– Heroic and loyal|
|Latest Appearance||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021-2022)|
Ram Man, who belongs to the Heroic Warriors, is distinguished by his hefty build, spring-like legs, and flat-topped metal helmet. His special power is to use his incredibly hard helmet to knock down opponents or barriers, earning him the nickname “human battering ram” from Mattel. It appears improbable that Ram-Man could do his feats with only human power. He might have supernatural enhancements like He-Man or cybernetic modifications like Trap-Jaw. He never fully reveals the nature of his talent.
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|Created by||Mark Taylor|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer (1983), Christopher Judge (2002)|
|Association||Masters of the Universe mythology|
|Cosmic Knowledge||All-seeing and all-understanding|
|Council of the Wise||Leader and last remaining member|
|2002 Series||Brown or bronze-skinned warrior with tribal markings|
|Role in Storyline||Connection to the Snake Men and personal vendetta|
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|First Appearance||“Hordak: The Ruthless Leader’s Revenge!” (1984)|
|Created by||Roger Sweet|
|Voiced by||George DiCenzo, Colin Murdock, Keston John, Kevin Conroy|
|Alias||Hec-Tor Kur, Lord Hordak, Little Brother|
|Species||Demon Cyborg, Clone|
|Family||Horde Prime (creator/brother), Evil-Lyn (daughter)|
|Significant other||Entrapta (girlfriend)|
|Abilities (1985)||Technomorphing, Expertise in sorcery and leadership|
|Abilities (2018)||High intelligence, Powered armor|
|Appearance||White face with red eyes, flat snout-like nose, red fangs, and pointed bat-like ears. Wears a collar of bones and black armor with the Horde bat symbol.|
|Backstory||Former mentor to Skeletor, betrayed and trapped in another dimension. Returned to take over Eternia. Ruler of Etheria in the She-Ra series.|
|Powers and Abilities||Transforms body parts into mechanical weapons and devices. Combines magic and science-based powers.|
|Character Development||Ruthless tyrant, delights in the pain and misery of others. Relationships with Shadow Weaver, Catra, and Entrapta play significant roles in his development.|
|Redemption Arc||Goes through a redemption arc in She-Ra and becomes a key ally against evil.|
|Legacy||Notable character in the Masters of the Universe franchise, remembered for distinctive appearance and role as a formidable adversary.|
A made-up character in the Masters of the Universe universe is named Hordak. He is the commander of the Evil Horde, a horde of ferocious Demonic soldiers; the majority proudly display the red bat logo on their chests as a sign of allegiance. He was Skeletor’s former teacher and one of the series’ key antagonists. Most story media claim that before starting his conquest of the planet Eternia, Skeletor betrayed Hordak and imprisoned him in another reality.
18. Trap Jaw
|Full Name||Trap Jaw|
|First Appearance||The Menace of Trap Jaw (1982)|
|Created by||Gary Cohn|
|Voice Actor||Lou Scheimer, Paul Dobson, Diedrich Bader, Roger Craig|
|Title||Evil and Armed for Battle|
|Description||– Psychotic criminal from another dimension|
|Additional Info||– Loyal henchman of Skeletor|
Trap Jaw’s characters are in the well-known Masters of the Universe toy line and the animated program He-Man, and the Universe’s Masters. He is a cyborg with a deadly bite and a mechanical jaw and is a member of the Evil Warriors. He also has a robotic arm that he can use to mount a variety of weapons. Additionally, his helmet contains a loop he can use to glide down wires.
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19. Tri Klops
|Alias(es)||T. E. Scope, Trydor Esooniux Scope|
|Abilities||Distavision, Nightvision, Gammavision|
|Background||Minion of Skeletor, enemy of He-Man|
|Visor Helmet||Equipped with three artificial eyes with special vision|
|Combat Skills||Skilled hunter and swordsman|
|Strength||Capable of standing against He-Man|
|Loyalty||Loyal to Skeletor, wary of betraying him|
|Inventions||Creator of weapons and vehicles for Skeletor|
|Technical Skill||Provided robotic enhancements for evil warriors|
|Role||Main inventor for Skeletor’s conquest of Eternia|
|Philosophy||Denounces magic, advocates technology|
Tri-Klops is a character from the corresponding animated series produced by Filmation and Mike Young Productions, in addition to Mattel’s Masters of the Universe toy line. He-Man and the other heroes of Eternia are at odds with him since he is Skeletor’s wicked servant. Three prosthetic eyes, each with a unique form of vision, are fixed to a spinning visor helmet he wears.
|Alias||Merman, Sea Lord|
|Affiliation||Evil Warriors, Skeletor’s Faction|
|Abilities||Hydrokinesis, Command over Sea Creatures|
|Weapon||Trident of Doom|
|Personality||Vengeful, Power-hungry, Cruel|
|Backstory||Once a humble sea-dweller, Mer-Man was corrupted by evil forces and now seeks to conquer the oceanic realms for his dark masters. He is a loyal servant of Skeletor and uses his hydrokinetic powers to wreak havoc on Skeletor’s enemies. His thirst for power and cruelty make him a dangerous adversary for He-Man and the forces of good.|
|Major Battles||– Battle of Eternia’s Trenches (defeat) |
– Siege of Aquatica (victory)
– Skirmish with He-Man at Coral Bay (draw)
|Weaknesses||– Vulnerable on land, loses his hydrokinetic strength |
– Overconfident and easily manipulated by flattery
|Fun Fact||Mer-Man’s trident is not just a weapon; it also allows him to communicate with sea creatures and summon them to do his bidding.|
Mer-Man is a made-up character from the animated television series The Masters of the Universe, produced by Mattel. The Mer-Man playset is in Mattel’s initial run of Masters of the Universe action figures, which were available in 1981–1982. The persona was intended to be Skeletor’s second-most visible minion after Beast Man.
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|First Appearance||“Dree Elle’s Return” (1983)|
|Created by||Robby London|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer(1983), Scott McNeil(2002)|
|Abilities||Superhuman strength, armored claw attack|
|Backstory||Clawful is a member of the Evil Warriors, a|
The Universe’s Masters of He-Man, a cartoon along with the iconic Masters of the Universe toy line, features the character Clawful. A human-crab or lobster crossbreed, Clawful is a member of Skeletor’s Evil Warriors and possesses huge, razor-sharp claws that can crush his foes to death. His right claw has a more extensive profile in most media, giving it a more powerful grip.
22. Scare Glow
|Full Name||Scare Glow|
|Alias(es)||Karak Nul Scareglow|
|Description||Scare Glow is a ghostly warrior in Skeletor’s service. He possesses a solid but translucent skeletal body that emits a powerful glow. Clad in a long purple cape, he wields the Scythe of Doom. Scare Glow’s abilities allow him to induce overwhelming terror in his foes, making him a formidable adversary. He has been summoned from other dimensions and time periods to serve Skeletor and has clashed with He-Man and the Heroic Warriors. His dark powers and quest to discover Skeletor’s fears make him a relentless antagonist in the Masters of the Universe universe.|
|Played by||Tony Todd|
A ghost named Scare Glow works for Skeletor. His bones give forth a powerful radiance that may frighten even the most courageous foes. He is a skeletal ghost fighter with a solid yet translucent body. He holds the Scythe of Doom and has a long purple cape.
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23. King Hiss
|Full Name||King Hiss|
|First Appearance||Revenge of the Snake Men! (1986)|
|Created by||Phill White (writer), Chris Carlson (artist)|
|Voiced by||Brian Dobson|
|Alias||Hssss of the Viper House|
|Notable Appearances||King Hiss appeared in the 2002 animated series, Masters of the Universe vs. The Snakemen. He also featured in the game “He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe.” Additionally, he has been recognized by various media outlets, such as being listed among the “15 Most Powerful Masters of the Universe” by Comic Book Resources.|
|Popularity Rankings||King Hiss was voted as one of “The 14 Least Masterful Masters of the Universe” by Io9. IGN recommended his inclusion in a potential Masters of the Universe movie franchise. However, Total Film ranked him among the “7 Stupidest He-Man Characters.”|
The Masters of the Universe franchise features King Hiss, often spelled King Hssss. He was one of He-most Man’s formidable adversaries and the evil head of the Snake Men. Even though he never makes an appearance in the Filmation animated series’ initial run, which had ended by the time the figure was made available. It was resurrected in 2002 by Mike Young Productions under He-Man and the Masters of the Universe; Hiss makes a tardy animated debut, this time as the main antagonist of the second season.
24. Queen Marlena
King Randor, the monarch of Eternia, gets wed to Queen Marlena. Even though Randor is the absolute monarch and the last word in matters of Eternian law, she has almost the same power as her husband over the realm. The queen was Marlena Glenn when she was born on Earth, where she excelled as a pilot, even as a little girl. Marlena discovered astronautics in college and did well in that discipline as well.
25. Kobra Khan
|Full Name||Kobra Khan|
|Affiliation||Masters of the Universe, Evil Warriors, Snake Men|
|First Appearance||“Disappearing Dragons” (1984)|
|Created by||Marcus Nickerson|
|Voiced by||Lou Scheimer (1985), Scott McNeil (2004)|
|Abilities||Spray “Sleep Mist” or Venom, Hypnosis|
|Toy Line Debut||1984, Masters of the Universe (Third wave)|
|Special Feature||Sprays water from the mouth|
|Tagline||“Evil Master of Snakes” (original), “Evil henchman of the Snake Men” (later releases)|
|Nature||Cunning, Scheming, Stealthy|
|Relationships||Dual allegiance to Skeletor and King Hiss|
|Appearance||Cross between a man and a cobra|
|Significant Episode||“The Cold Zone” (focuses on Kobra Khan and the Reptons)|
|Reintroduction||2002 relaunch of Masters of the Universe (as “Venom Spitting Khan”)|
|Changed Ability||Fangs spit acidic venom|
|Rankings||5th smartest Masters of the Universe Villain, 5th Coolest Masters of the Universe Action Feature, He-Man: Eternia’s 15 Mightiest Villains|
THe-Man and the Masters of the Universe, a companion animated series to the well-known Masters of the Universe toy line, included the fictitious figure, Kobra Khan. He belongs to the Evil Warriors and looks like a cross between a man and a cobra. He can spray his opponent with a “sleep mist” from his hood, knocking them out cold. Although he is frequently depicted as a part of Skeletor’s evil squad, King Hssss of the Snake Men and Skeletor share his loyalty.
|Died||19 BBY, Coruscant|
|Height||1.96 meters (6 ft, 5 in)|
|Affiliation||Jedi Order, Jedi High Council, Galactic Republic|
|Notable Achievements||Expert swordsman, Jedi General of the Grand Army of the Republic, Member of the Jedi High Council, Participated in the Battle of Geonosis, Skilled duelist|
A made-up character in the well-known Masters of the Universe series is named Fisto. Fisto is a mighty warrior with reddish-brown hair, a beard, and a giant metal fist on his right hand. This makes him stand out from other warriors. It is unclear in the character’s original continuity if Fisto’s metal hand is a prosthetic attachment or some sort of detachable gauntlet. Fisto’s hand is synthetic and significantly larger in the 2002 continuity. His fist can break through rock and other solid objects in both versions and deal more damage to an opponent than a single blow.
|Alias(es)||Dash-Shel, Tornado, The Human Tornado, Heroic Fist Flinging Tornado, The Fearless Man with the Whirling Fists|
|Homeworld||Eternia, Snave (1986 UK MOTU Comic Magazines)|
|Species||GarHuman (1986 UK MOTU Comic Magazines)|
|Hair Color||Blond (1986 UK MOTU Comic Magazines)|
|Family||Thom-Shel (Human Father), Dy-Lex (Gar Father)|
|Affiliation||Heroic Warriors, Masters of the Universe, Heroic Defenders, Gar|
|Abilities||Spins at high speeds, Forms whirlwinds, Manipulates weather, Sensing evil|
|Played by||Lou Scheimer, John Payne|
Sy-Klone is a made-up character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. Sy-Klone is a blue-skinned cyborg member of the Heroic Warriors and can spin extremely quickly and create a whirlwind. Additionally, he can spin various body parts separately. He was initially referred to as the “Heroic fist-flinging tornado” by Mattel.
|First Appearance||Invasion of the Vestals|
|Voiced by||Soichiro Hoshi (Japanese) Lyon Smith (English)|
|Age||16 (New Vestroia)|
|Faction||Vexos (Formerly) Bakugan Battle Brawlers Resistance (Briefly) Battle Brawlers (Briefly)|
|Occupation||Prince of Vestal (Formerly)|
|Guardian Bakugan||Dryoid (Destroyed)|
|Notable Traits||Secondary antagonist turned anti-hero|
Character from The New Adventures of He-Man from 1990, Hydron is an action figure from the Mattel He-Man toy line. The Galactic Guardians are from Primus, and Hydron is their Captain. In the minicomic “The New Adventure,” Hydron makes his debut alongside Flipshot as they search for He-Man in Eternia. They are duped into thinking Skeletor is He-Man by him and forces them to siphon power from Castle Grayskull into their ship, but Prince Adam enters the ship, transforms into He-Man, and tells the Galactic Guardians the truth.
29. Two Bad
|Full Name||Two Bad|
|Genre||Funk, Rock, Hip-Hop|
|Album||HIStory: Past, Present & Future Book I|
|Producer||Michael Jackson, Bruce Swedien, René Moore, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis|
|Songwriters||Michael Jackson, Dallas Austin, Bruce Swedien, René Moore|
|Sample||Contains a sample from Run-DMC’s “King of Rock”|
|Featured Rapper||Shaquille O’Neal|
|Remix Version||“2 Bad (Refugee Camp Mix)” by The Fugees|
|Appearance in Films||Featured in the short film “Ghosts” and used for the main dance sequence|
|Theme and Lyrics||Expresses anger and confidence, addressing past conspiracies and criticism|
|Notable Collaborations||Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson|
Two-Bad appears in the popular toy line and associated cartoon series He-Man and the Universe’s Masters. Two-Bad is a two-headed Evil Warrior who, in essence, combines the bodies of two different creatures. His left half is a purple, scaly creature with an eyebrow-like yellow ring on his forehead, while his right half is a blue creature. His two heads have a habit of always bickering with each other. The character’s name is a pun on the word “too Bad.”
Faker is a fictional character from the wildly popular Masters of the Universe toy line and the popular animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. He is a criminal He-Man impersonator who works for Skeletor, the antagonist.
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|Abilities||Extendable eye-stalks emit laser beams|
|Played by||Erik Gunden|
|Appearance||Insectoid creature with four legs and pop-out antenna eyes|
|Role||Evil spy and member of the Evil Horde|
|Spy Abilities||Highly sensitive ears and periscope screeners|
Mantenna is a made-up character from She-Ra: Princess of Power, an animated television program. He belongs to the Evil Horde, the antagonistic group from the Masters of the Universe series. He is an insect-like being with four legs and antenna-like eyes.
32. Slush Head
|Full Name||Slush Head|
|Allies||Beast Man, Tri-Klops, Webstor|
|Enemies||He-Man, She-Ra, Teela, Man-At-Arms|
|Played by||Ted Cole|
Under Flogg’s command, Slush Head, also known as Kalamarr, was a mutant enforcer. Despite his general incompetence, Slush Head is Flogg’s second in command and co-pilot of the Mutant Mothership. One of Flogg’s mutant goons was Slush Head. He frequently engaged in debate with Optikk, another mutant. Skeletor quickly took over control of him. Flip shot captured Slush Head and Optikk using the Bolajet’s weapon after Skeletor dispatched them to wield the Terrorclaw against He-Man and Kayo.
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|Genre||Animated television series, Sword and planet, Superhero|
|Voices of||Garry Chalk, Don Brown, Ted Cole, Michael Donovan, Tracy Eisner, Mark Hildreth, Anthony Holland, Campbell Lane, Scott McNeil, Doug Parker|
|Country of origin||United States, Canada|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||65 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer||Jean Chalopin|
|Original release||September 1, 1990 – December 7, 1990|
|Continuity||The New Adventures of He-Man marks the final entry in the original Masters of the Universe continuity until He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (reboot)|
|Voice Cast||First He-Man series to feature a Canadian voice cast|
|Plot||Flogg is an antagonist in The New Adventures of He-Man. He is the leader of the Evil Mutants and allies with Skeletor to conquer the universe. He-Man, along with the Galactic Guardians, defends the planet of Primus from their attacks.|
|Transformation||Flogg is a cyborg due to the damage caused by a transformation explosion.|
A fictitious character in the Masters of the Universe series is named Flogg, also known as Brakk. He is the leader of the planet Denebria’s Evil Mutants. The Terrorclaw, the commander of the Mutants, was about to be used by Flogg to assault Primus when Skeletor came and started attacking his henchmen. Due to his apparent superior intelligence to his dimwitted henchmen Slushhead and Optikk, Skeletor ousted Flogg and made him his humiliated second in command.
|Alias||The Heroic Warrior|
|Affiliation||Masters of the Universe|
|Powers||Superhuman strength, flight, energy manipulation|
|Allies||He-Man, She-Ra, Teela|
|Backstory||He-Ro is a male human and a member of the Masters of the Universe. He possesses superhuman strength, flight, and the ability to manipulate energy. He fights alongside iconic characters like He-Man, She-Ra, and Teela against enemies such as Skeletor and Hordak. He wields the powerful Power Sword and is known for his bravery and dedication to protecting the innocent.|
|Debut||He-Ro made his debut in the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe franchise in 1982. He has appeared in various television series, films, and has been part of the iconic toyline.|
|Notable Abilities||– Superhuman strength: He-Ro possesses immense physical strength.|
He-Ro is the name of two fictional characters from the Masters of the Universe franchise connected to the main character He-Man. Until 2009, when the original He-Ro figure was finally published as a part of the range of Masters of the Universe Classics, both had only reached the “prototype stage.”
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|Played by||Jay Tavare|
|Backstory||Wun-Dar, the heroic ancestor of He-Man, defended Eternia in ancient times. He was awarded a place in Preternia, the Eternian heaven, for his brave deeds. Wun-Dar’s immense strength made him a formidable warrior, and he participated in the Wild Hunt. While Evil-Lyn ultimately destroyed him and other heroes by opening a gate to Preternia, his legacy lives on as a legendary figure of Eternia.|
Wun-Dar is a member of the Masters of the Universe Classics toy series. He is a recolor or variety of He-Man with brown hair, a brown loincloth, a black belt, and black boots. He carries a brown loaf of bread, a black and silver power sword, a black and silver half-power sword, and black and silver Zodiac armor.
|Alias(es)||Lieutenant Flipshot, Icarius, Tc Icarius Kaz, The Fabulous Flipshot|
|Role||Daring Space Ace Pilot|
|Catchphrase||“I was born ready!”|
|Mission||Aid He-Man and Captain Hydron in their fight to save the universe and lead air defense against Skeletor and the evil forces from planet Denebria.|
|Battle Equipment||Helmet, Jet Back-Pack, Wrist Rockets|
|Animated Series||The New Adventures of He-Man|
|Voice Actor||Scott McNeil|
Flipshot, also known as Icarius, is a character from the 1990 animated series The New Adventures of He-Man and an action figure from the Mattel He-Man toy line. Flip shot first appears in the minicomic The New Adventure, where he, Captain Hydron, and He-Man are looking for each other in Eternia. When Skeletor tricks them into thinking he is the good force they are looking for and forces them to steal power from Castle Grayskull into their ship. However, Prince Adam shows up on the ship, transforms into He-Man, and tells the Galactic Guardians the truth.
37. Council of Elders
|Council of Elders||Information|
|Full Name||Council of Elders|
|Role||Guardians and advisors to He-Man and Eternia|
|Powers||Ancient wisdom and magical abilities|
|Affiliation||Masters of the Universe|
|Notable Members||Zodac, The Sorceress, Man-At-Arms, Teela|
|Debut||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1982)|
|Franchise||He-Man and the Masters of the Universe franchise|
|First Toyline||Vintage Mattel toyline|
|Notable Appearances||The New Adventures of He-Man, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002), Masters of the Universe: Revelation, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2021)|
The Elders were members of King Grayskull’s Court, who ruled his realm from Castle Grayskull and originated from a previous era in Eternian history. They were there when King Grayskull engaged in battle with the Evil Horde and later the evil Snake Men. Hordak mortally wounded King Grayskull in the second battle, but not before he had exiled the sorcerer to the realm of Despondos.
|Alias(es)||Gur’Rull Gu’Rrooow Arrrk, Furface (by Catra)|
|Abilities||Savage claws, Frightening ferocity|
|Played by||Erik Gunden, Keston John|
Grizzlor is a character from Mattel’s well-known Masters of the Universe toy series. The Evil Horde is represented by the savage, hairy man-beast, Grizzlor. He assaults his opponents with the might of his physical strength and is coated in thick brown fur and razor-sharp claws.
|Temporal Range||Middle Permian–recent|
|Silurian Record||Putative Silurian record|
Subclass: HirudineaLamarck 1818
|Habitat||Freshwater, terrestrial, and marine environments|
|Feeding Method||Hematophagous and predatory|
|Medical Use||Treatment of joint diseases, extremity vein diseases, and in microsurgery|
|Cultural Significance||Symbol of greed and exploitation in literature|
|Species Diversity||Approximately 680 species, including marine, freshwater, and terrestrial leeches|
Leech is a made-up character from Mattel’s well-known Masters of the Universe toy line. He is an amphibian-like creature with green skin, a massive physique, and suction pads on his hands, feet, and mouth, and he is a member of the Evil Horde. His primary ability—the ability to suck and drain the life force from his adversary and leave them defenseless against him—is made possible by these suction pads.
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|Machine Type||Jet fighter|
|Purpose||Ground attack & support|
|Weapon(s)||Array of different missiles and bombs|
|Service Branch||Cobra Air Force|
|Driver / Pilot||Wild Weasel; Other qualified|
|Maximum Weight||23.5 tons|
|Maximum Speed||450 mph|
|Combat Radius||300 miles|
|Nose-Mounted Gun||30mm seven-barrelled anti-tank gun|
|Turret-Mounted Guns||20mm twin guns|
|Ordnance||14K lbs on 10 external hardpoints|
|Additional Configurations||Six cluster bombs, two pilot-selectable air-to-air/air-to-ground missiles, armor-piercing Renegade missiles, two radar-seeking bombs|
In the Masters of the Universe series, there is a fictional character named Rattler. He represents the Snake Men. He first appears in the MOTU minicomic “King of the Snake Men,” as King Hiss summons him and Tung Lashor from another dimension. When they first come, Kobra Khan declares they “are from the Evil Horde on Etheria!” but the two Snake Men immediately swear loyalty to King Hiss, their previous king.
|Origin||Alternate Timeline Earth|
|Basic Abilities||FRAG/ment, FLASH/drive|
|Added||June 22nd, 2021|
Kayo, sometimes known as Tartarus, is a character from the 1990 anime series The New Adventures of He-Man and an action figure from the Mattel He-Man toy line. Brave space fighter and pilot from the Terra sector of the Tri-Solar System’s planet Primus. He has a devastating knockout punch and an Energy Bazooka, which make him unstoppable in combat. As a result, when a situation calls for it, Kayo is the one to pilot the Astrosub on a dangerous expedition to locate the enemy’s base.
|Alias(es)||Tzzzzt zzz zzTTTzz|
|Occupation||Heroic Spy in the Sky|
|Weapon||Axe stake (fires yellow energy beams)|
|Enemies||Evil Warriors, Skeletor|
Buzz-Off is a made-up character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He is a humanoid bee from the Mystic Mountains-based Bee People species. The Bee People are referred to as Andreenids in the 2002 television series.
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The extender is a member of the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He is a cyborg fighter member of the Heroic Warriors, although, at first glance, he looks to be a typical knight in silver armor with his face covered by a visor. He can mechanically expand his limbs, waist, and neck to excessive dimensions, so when he is at full height, he towers over his opponent and becomes invincible.
|Type||Inspiratory and expiratory stridor in a 13-month child with croup|
|Symptoms||Inspiratory and expiratory stridor|
|Causes||Viral infections, inflammation and swelling of the airway, anatomical abnormalities,|
|Treatment||Addressing the underlying cause (e.g., antiviral medications for viral infections)|
|Additional Information||Stridor is a high-pitched extra-thoracic breath sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the|
The Heroic Warriors’ mount is a cybernetic horse named Stridor. Fisto is carried by Stridor in the minicomic The Clash of Arms while they patrol the boundaries. Stridor brings He-Man to the Circle of Doom, saving Fisto from Whiplash when he is forced to battle for his life in the Circle of Doom after being captured by the Evil Warriors.
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|Abilities||Master inventor and locksmith|
|Appears in||Masters of the Universe (1987 live-action film)|
|Played by||Billy Barty|
|Introduction||Introduced in the 1987 film|
|Notable Creation||Cosmic Key|
|Role in the Film||Assists in defeating Skeletor|
|Personality||Absent-minded, bumbling, wise, and good-hearted|
|Cosmic Key||Complex device for transportation and programming|
|Toy Line||Included action figure and planned life-size Key|
|Comic Appearances||Featured in various comic series|
Gwildor is a made-up character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He first appeared in the 1987 live-action movie version of the series. Gwildor belongs to the Thenurians, a race that resembles dwarves. He is well-known across Eternia as a renowned inventor and locksmith who is most known for his most famous invention, the Cosmic Key, a mechanical tool that can transport its user anywhere in space and time.
46. Rio Blast
|Full Name||Rio Blast|
|Abilities||Fastest draw in the universe, Powerful arsenal on backpack|
|Profile Summary||Rio Blast is a heroic transforming gunslinger known as the fastest draw in the universe. He is a member of the Heroic Warriors and hails from Eternia. Rio Blast possesses incredible quick draw skills and wields a powerful arsenal of laser guns and blasters. His brown hair and human appearance add to his rugged persona. With his exceptional abilities and affiliation with the Heroic Warriors, Rio Blast is a formidable ally in the battle against evil forces in the Masters of the Universe franchise.|
Rio Blast is a made-up character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He belongs to the brave warriors, a cowboy warrior with a collection of laser cannons and blasters concealed in his knees and chest that he uses to surprise his foes. He also has a pack of laser blasters on his back, which he can pull over his head to form a one-man laser blaster army.
|Alias(es)||Heroic Human Periscope, The Galactic Scout|
|Affiliation||Heroic Warriors, Masters of the Universe, Heroic Defenders|
|Abilities||Cybernetically enhanced, extendable neck, telescopic vision, Mechanically extendable neck, Ability to see over long distances|
|Introduced||Masters of the Universe toy line in 1984|
|Action Feature||Stretchable neck when waist is twisted|
|Cartoon Appearances||Disappearing Dragons, Here, There, Skeletors Everywhere, Search for a Son|
|Personality||Insecure, paranoid, and develops an inferiority complex|
|Contemporary Relaunch||Masters of the Universe toy line and cartoon series in 2002|
|Altered Abilities||Neck can bend, twist, and seemingly stretch to infinite heights|
|Weapon||Flanged helmet used as a weapon by extending his neck and hitting enemies with his head|
|Goggles||Provides night vision and telescopic capabilities|
|Notable Episode||“Mekaneck’s Lament” – Overcomes insecurity and realizes the true benefits of his powers|
|Rivalry||Develops a rivalry with Count Marzo|
Mekaneck is a made-up character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He is one of the brave fighters, a cowboy warrior with a collection of laser cannons and blasters concealed in his knees and chest to surprise his foes. He also has a pack of laser blasters on his back, which he can pull over his head to form a one-man laser blaster army.
|Background||English psychobilly band formed in 1980|
|Labels||Mutant Rock Records|
|Members||P. Paul Fenech, Wolfgang Hordemann, Hennes|
|Contributions||Credited with giving psychobilly its distinctive sound|
|Notable Albums||“In Heaven” (1981), “Wreckin’ Crew” (1983)|
|Dance Style||Fans known as “the Crazies” invented “wrecking”|
|Influence||Articulated psychobilly’s apolitical stance|
|TV Appearances||Featured on Thames TV’s “White Light”|
|Film||Made the short film “Meteor Madness” with Keith Allen|
|Current Line-up||P. Paul Fenech, Hendrik Corleone, Wolfgang Hordemann|
|Solo Projects||P. Paul Fenech released solo albums and works in film music|
a range of toys called Masters of the Universe, Mattel produced eye orbs as morphing meteors in the United States. Eye orbs were originally a Japanese toy line of transforming eggs from Bandai called Tamagoras.
The Meteors mostly appeared very infrequently in the franchise literature because the Masters of the Universe had, by that point, reached its zenith. Only Comet Cat and Dinosorb, two Meteorbs, appeared in the She-Ra episode “Assault on the Hive.”
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49. Moss Man
|Full Name||Moss Man|
|Alias||The Mossy Master|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches (188 cm)|
|Weight||185 lbs (84 kg)|
|Abilities||Control over plant life, Camouflage with vegetation, Enhanced strength and agility, Plant communication, Regeneration|
|Affiliation||Guardians of the Forest (Protectors of Nature)|
|Special Equipment||Thorned Staff, Moss-covered Armor, Forest-themed Accessories|
|Backstory||Once a botanist named Dr. Jason Woodrue, transformed into Moss Man after a fusion with plant DNA. Became the guardian of the forest, vowing to protect nature.|
|Enemies||Lumberjacks, Eco-system Destroyers, Pollution-causing Villains, Greedy Corporations Bent on Deforestation|
|Fun Fact||Moss Man can control the growth of plants, shaping them into various forms and structures.|
Moss Man is a character from the well-known Masters of the Universe series. He is composed of moss, as his name suggests, and can blend in with foliage and other greenery while influencing all plant life. He coexists peacefully with the wildlife and flora in the evergreen forest where he dwells.
|First Appearance||“The Battle of Roboto” (1984)|
|Created by||Christy Marx (writer)|
|Fictional Character||Roboto is a fictional character from the Masters of the Universe franchise|
|Toy Line Introduction||Introduced into the Masters of the Universe toy line in 1985|
|Unique Abilities||Built with a cybernetically-enhanced heart, enabling him to feel human emotions and interact as a human|
|Exceptional Bravery||Known for his courage, even taking on Hordak in single combat|
|Significant Episode||Featured in the episode “Happy Birthday Roboto” with a different origin story|
|Chess-Playing Robot||Originally built as a chess-playing robot in the 2002 relaunch|
|Analytical Skills||Serves as the Masters’ combat analyst, providing crucial analysis and advice|
|Masters of the Universe: Revelation||Appears as one of Teela’s allies in the series|
|Positive Reception||Well-received by critics, ranking among the best toys in the franchise|
A fictitious character in the well-known Masters of the Universe series is named Roboto. Roboto is unique as a member of the Heroic Warriors since he is the only mechanical warrior among them. His metal body renders him painless and enables him to withstand many attacks that would harm a typical warrior. He is also extremely brilliant due to his computer brain. His right hand is a mechanical claw for an axe or a laser rifle, and his transparent body allows you to examine his inner workings.