As the premiere of Masters of the Universe: Revelation draws near, a lot of information is revealed about this sequel to the classic He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series
The animated epic of superheroes will be aimed at adults and fans of the original ’80s cartoon. While the sequel’s name is much more team-focused, He-Man will always be the focus of the game. action, with showrunner Kevin Smith saying he’s doing it. “not to deviate”.
Courtesy of Netflix Geeked and Kevin Smith, trailers and nuggets are slowly being released to fans. Check out all the information we’ve gathered so far below.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation release date on Netflix
Unlike the rest of the television and film industry, production of the animated series has not been affected by the pandemic. It is about to be released July 23, 2021 on Netflix.
However, the series is split into two parts, with the first consisting of five episodes. Prepare to want more when the time comes, as the release date for the second half has yet to be announced.
Masters of the Universe Cast: Revelation
Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill will be voicing the villainous Skeletor. Hamill is well-equipped for the villainous villain, having also voiced DC’s villain the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, so fans are in for a treat.
Chris Wood will draw on his own superhero experience as the voice of Prince Adam / He-Man, having previously played Mon-El in The CW’s Supergirl and villainous Kai Parker in The Vampire Diaries. Sarah Michelle Gellar will play Teela in a key role, having previously played the extraordinary vampire slayer Buffy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Daphne in the Scooby Doo Live Movies.
Former Game of Thrones student Liam Cunningham will be the voice of Man-At-Arms and Lena Headey will be the evil warrior Evil-Lyn (a clue in the name). Prolific voice actor Susan Eisenberg will play Castle Grayskull’s witch, Teela-Na.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation Trailer
If all of that hasn’t convinced you, the trailer just might. On the theme of Bonnie Tyler’s Holding Out For A Hero, who also featured in Loki recently, we get a quick, action-packed reminder of the ’80s original and all of our favorite heroes.
Check out the trailer below, and be sure to check out this page to stay up to date on all things Masters of the Universe.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation releases on Netflix on Friday, July 23. Visit our Fantasy hub for all the latest news, or find something to watch with our TV guide.