Did you remember HE-MAN ?

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When I was a child, and my age was under five.. I remember in my fav. movie in TVRI.. There was a lot of cartoon, and one of them is : HE-MAN 🙂

He-Man is a fictional heroic character featured in the Masters of the Universe media franchise. In most variations he is the alter ego of Prince Adam and also the twin brother of She-Ra. He-Man and his friends defend Eternia and the secrets of Castle Grayskull from the evil forces of Skeletor.

His true identity is Prince Adam of Eternia, son of King Randor and Queen Marlena who rule the planet of Eternia along with Adam and the rest of their inner circle. The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull endows Prince Adam with the power to transform into He-Man, which Adam does by raising his Power Sword and proclaiming: “By the power of Grayskull.” Once the transformation is complete, he continues “I have the power!” –> This is his fav quotation 😀

Prince Adam’s pet is a cowardly green tiger named Cringer. When Adam becomes He-Man, he similarly transforms Cringer into a brave armored green tiger named Battle Cat by pointing his sword at him- an ability Adam discovered accidentally the first time he turned into He-Man; Cringer, naturally, cowered in fear at seeing what Adam had become and while reassuring him that nothing had really changed, Adam pointed the sword at Cringer, which sent a bolt of energy toward the tiger and transformed him. Battle Cat has served as He-Man’s steed and fierce fighting companion ever since.

Adam is friendly with the beautiful and strong-willed Teela, the adoptive daughter of his mentor Man-At-Arms, also known as Duncan. Adam and Teela grew up together and now, as Captain of the Guard, Teela is entrusted to protect the prince. She often sees Adam as lazy and cowardly because she is unaware of his alternate identity as He-Man.

Man-At-Arms is He-Man’s closest companion and the Eternian royal family’s innovator of technology and weapons. In many episodes, Man-At-Arms unveils new and fantastic weapons or devices that help He-Man and his friends.
Prince Adam

Castle Grayskull is the source of He-Man’s powers. Inside the Castle lives the Sorceress, who grants Prince Adam his transformative abilities, and communicates telepathically with He-Man.

To protect his family, He-Man keeps his double identity secret, sharing the knowledge only with Orko, Man-At-Arms, Cringer/Battle Cat and the Sorceress.

The spin-off cartoon series She-Ra: Princess of Power later revealed that Adam has a twin sister, the Princess Adora, a leader in The Great Rebellion against Hordak on the planet Etheria. Adora, like Adam, is given the gift of the power of Grayskull and has her own sword which she uses to transform into She-Ra, Princess of Power.[6] He-Man makes a number of appearances in the She-Ra: Princess of Power television series.

He-Man’s chief adversary is Skeletor, a blue-skinned sorcerer with a skull for a head, wearing a cowl. He is skilled in black magic as well as all forms of combat. Though his origin is mysterious, and the cartoon describes him only as a “demon from another dimension,” a tie-in comic implies that Skeletor’s true identity is Prince Keldor, older brother of King Randor, thus making him He-Man’s uncle. It is revealed in the animated motion picture He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword that Skeletor was Hordak’s right-hand man up until his capture (Hordak refers to Skeletor as “my old pupil” and Skeletor’s throne-room in Snake Mountain, as “my old throne-room” to which Skeletor promptly retorts saying – “my throne-room now”), and supposed release. Skeletor is accompanied by a group of henchmen who aid with his evil schemes.

Link opening theme : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yeA7a0uS3A

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