Masters of the Universe: Revelation Poster

Masters of the Universe: Revelation (2021)

Animation | Adventure 
Rayting:   5.0/10 22K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

The war for Eternia begins again in what may be the final battle between He Man and Skeletor. A new animated series from writer director Kevin Smith.

Episode Guide

Best Masters of the Universe: Revelation Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

July 23, 2021star6.6 1787 votesS1E1 The Power of Grayskull
July 23, 2021star6.1 1268 votesS1E4 Land of the Dead
July 23, 2021star6.0 1298 votesS1E5 The Forge at the Forest of Forever
July 23, 2021star5.8 1305 votesS1E3 The Most Dangerous Man in Eternia
July 23, 2021star5.5 1451 votesS1E2 The Poisoned Chalice
November 23, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E9 Hope, For a Destination
November 23, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E8 The Gutter Rat
November 23, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E7 Reason and Blood
November 23, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E6 Cleaved in Twain
November 23, 2021star0.0 0 votesS1E10 Comes with Everything You See Here

Masters of the Universe: Revelation Trailer

User Reviews

deeez_nutz 25 July 2021

Watchseries; The writing was very average in these episodes. Even if HeMan is not the center character it could've been done so much better. And why, if you don't like the show, you are considered a "man baby" by Kevin Smith? Here's an idea Kevin... produce a better product and the fans won't complain.

deeez_nutz 25 July 2021

The writing was very average in these episodes. Even if HeMan is not the center character it could've been done so much better. And why, if you don't like the show, you are considered a "man baby" by Kevin Smith? Here's an idea Kevin... produce a better product and the fans won't complain.

PhatManBad 25 July 2021

Masters of the Universe: Revelation watchseries. He-Man was in the show for about 2 mins. No, Prince Adam doesn't count. Come to think of it, Adam received way more screen time and a more important role in the story than the title character.

To be fair, it's only part one of the first season (5 episodes, 30 minutes each), but the show spent all that time and energy hyping up Teela for a reason. It's her show. It's always been her show.

The trailer, which is literally a montage of He-Man being awesome, promised us that He-Man is back, and he's just as sensational as always. What we got instead is Teela leading a team of mild characters. And the show kept insisting that Teela is special in every way.

Teela's story, which takes center stage in the show, doesn't even make sense. Before becoming the new Man-At-Arms (and after a life-changing battle with Skeletor), she finally discovers Prince Adam's secret. She's so upset about the truth that she quits and leaves. I understand why she would be a little disappointed, but why abandon your home, your family, and your friends? Not very heroic. And the show tries really hard to convince the audience to sympathize with her.

Soon, she becomes a mercenary who hates magic (?) and has a tech-savy partner. Then, an old enemy shows up and persuades her (and her sidekick) to help save magic and the universe. Not exactly a groundbreaking plot. And she almost turns down the offer (reminder: the offer is to save the universe) because she's still upset about the lie.

Revelation is a bit dark and very serious, which can be boring at times. Not to mention awkward: why is there cursing in a He-Man cartoon? The characters are alright (for the most part) and the dialogue is decent, but a great deal of the show is a bunch of children's cartoon characters moping around and arguing with each other. Why does every show have to be a textbook soap opera?

Yes, the original cartoon was a 80s toy commercial, but it was a lot more fun. Revelation was interesting at times, but it's way too manipulative and bland.

MacacoBanditi 23 July 2021

Not a good sign when the animation is embarrassing even for 1987 standards. When the opening contains no music and the voices are a far cry from the originals that gave the characters so much... well, character. This is the swan song of Netflix, a platform that overstayed its welcome and now thinks it can get away with anything. But no.

starshockalpha 26 July 2021

I'm of a younger generation that has never heard of He-man before except for that damn HEYAAAYAAYAA video. As a newcomer to the series, I didn't really have any expectations for how any character should be portrayed. What I did know was that this was advertised as a "He-Man" story, and I feel like it really failed in that regard. The "Big Bad" and "He-man" felt more so like background lore rather than the main characters of the story, used to develop the plot. Which by itself, wasn't the worst I've seen. The characters were pretty unlikeable, especially Teela. IDK if its just me, but she just seems so angry, rude and annoying all the time. Perhaps its to try and portray her as a strong independent character, but it just comes off as a bit too aggressive. I get that sometimes you make a character look bad in the beginning to have a touching character development arc or whatever, but this was just too much man.

bruce_nsu-66337 23 July 2021

Where to start...worst Story telling, worst plot, worst in everything and funny part is in this series there no exsistance of Heman. I just don't consider it as a heman series. It's all about teela and her journey. It's more of a fan fiction series and most appropriate name should have been "She-man". Please don't waste your time on this until and unless you only want to see teela.

I am perfectly fine with LGBT community. But this project is pretty badly produced and delivered. No connection with the original series.

naikdevil 27 July 2021

Wait 40 years to get a whiner who whines about the secret identity of a dead son in front of his parents. Nope.

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