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He-Man & The Masters of the Universe Season 2 V.2 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000H5U65W
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This is Season 2, Volume 2 of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" from the 1980's - an animated classic! It's the final instalment of a four-part box set. You get 6 DVD's, with 32 episodes. The outer case is attractive, with some colourful artwork. Inside the case is a pull-out folder on which the discs clip - and, again, the artwork is great. Included is an episode guide and 2 exclusive art cards. The DVD's feature lots of bonus material - including documentaries and character profiles. This is a deluxe collection.

This show, which ran from 1983 to 1985, is fantastic! But, perhaps, you had to be there - as a child of the 80's - to appreciate this cartoon. While the animation itself has stood the test of time, aspects of the storytelling (e.g. the moral epilogues) may appear dated to some viewers. As an adult, I can identify that this was a show of its time: with two super-powers at loggerheads, one considered an evil empire and the other as a bastion of freedom. And so the USSR vs the USA becomes Skeletor vs He-Man ... But, of course, as a child such global politics was beyond me!

This cartoon is all about fun, fantasy and action. The world of Eternia and its fantastic environments, coupled with the colourful and amazing characters, is so appealing that it easily captures the imagination. He-Man is a great super-hero, and Skeletor is such an enticing villain. The episodes of this show tend to focus on the battles between these enemies ... but there are plenty of other bad guys who try to give He-Man a challenge.

The show has no real continuity - and the episodes can be watched in any order. Some episodes are not quite as good as others. But the best of this animated series is terrific.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ce22fe4) out of 5 stars Excellent Box Set 13 Sept. 2006
By Dorrie Wheeler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season Two Volume Two arrives in a beautiful, colorful box set. Each of the six discs features artwork of various characters including Teela, Meckaneck, Two-Bad, and Zodac among others.

The final 32 episodes include some of the best written episodes and well loved episodes of the series. Fans of the series can look forward to owning the episodes "Not So Blind," "Teela's Triumph," and "The Greatest Show On Eternia" on DVD for the first time among other fantastic season two episodes.

Ink and Paint once again held back nothing when it came to a He-Man release. This final installment of episodes from the original series is of the highest quality. The set includes two collectible cards, one drawn by Dan Brereton and the other by Mike McKone. In addition to the cards, the set includes plentiful bonus features.

Believe it or not, they managed to produce more brand new documentaries. The first documentary is titled "The Stories of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe." It's an interesting documentary where various people involved with the show speak about the final 32 episodes. Much of the conversations are about the episodes "The Greatest Show in Eternia" and "Not So Blind." It is mentioned that the writers and people involved with the show knew before production started that despite good ratings this would be the last season due to decisions from financial backers. It was also mentioned by one writer that the show had pretty much run it's course. By the show being episodic in nature, everything had to be wrapped up by the end of each episode. If they could have had continuing storylines the show may have had potential to last longer.

He Man and the Masters of the Universe Season Two Volume 2 is a must purchase to complete your He-Man DVD collection.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cf528f4) out of 5 stars The Finale To A Season and a Supreme Show 23 Aug. 2006
By Thomas Krider - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Well the time has come. He-Man Season Two Volume Two has finally hit stores. Which means that the complete He-Man series is out. Episodes like The Problem with Power, Visitors from Earth, Teela's Triumph, Orko's Return, and Not So Blind have power and potentcy with fans. The final documentary of the Stories of He-Man and a documentary called Animating He-Man round out the special features as well as a much anticipated preview of The New Adventures of He-Man due out in near future. Two excellent art cards finalize the He-Man set for this version.

Keep an eye out for She-Ra Princess of Power Season One Volume One due out in November, for He-Man crossovers as well as the Princess of Power herself, She-Ra. Let the power of He-Man return one final time!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dc9f4c8) out of 5 stars A real auspicious occassion. 11 Aug. 2009
By Timothy Reilly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I remember the day. I was not looking without the least bit of expectation, then behold...I saw it! He-Man and the Masters of the Universe - Season Two, Vol. 2. I felt like an archeologist. It was difficult keeping myself poised in the store. I could careless what it cost and made every excuse with tunnel vision. I think I put I on a credit card. They are relatively inexpensive.
I forego the conclusion that if 2 of 2 is out then all previous volumes must also be...How Nice! I had found the last, first! The following day I watched the entire volume in 12 hours. Then within 3 weeks I had the entire collection. Thereafter, I disciplined myself to watch one episode a day, it was not easy.
I would have been happy if the dvds were less than perfect, but I could not believe how much meticulous attention each episode got, with pristine quality due to BCI Eclipse. It was more than I wanted. Thereafter that, it just did not stop. Some of the most landmark cartoons of the 80's are in retail!...YES!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cde8660) out of 5 stars Great Series Comes To An End 5 May 2008
By ONENEO - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Whoever coined the term "all good things must come to an end" was surely influenced by Filmation's epic fantasy show, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. As hard as it is to imagine, the second volume of the second season represents the grand finale of the entire 130-show run. Coming from a fan of the show since its days in syndication, it was with great interest that I set off on a voyage of blissful nostalgia in reviewing the entire He-Man and the Masters of the Universe DVD series from BCI. When presented with the notion of 130 episodes spanning across 4 box sets of 6 discs each, it is easy to get into the false notion that the good times will never end. Unfortunately, here we are at the final installment of the classic series.

Despite the fact that there is an unmistakable sadness that taints the viewing experience (after all, we realize that this is goodbye), the show's writers managed to break out of the slight slump that they apparently fallen into during the first half of the season. Unlike the first half, where additions to Mattel's corresponding toy line meant the introduction to several new characters (save Roboto), the second half works more closely with the formula discovered in the first season: the plots are bit more lesson-oriented but with slightly richer animation quality.

At this point in time, the Filmation creative machine was changing gears for the upcoming She-Ra: Princess of Power series but their efforts in closing out He-Man were a worthy farewell. Those expecting some kind of closure or finale may be disappointed to learn that each and every episode of the 130 was designed to be a stand-alone plot (with resolve) and # 130 is no different. Interestingly, Larry Ditillio (one of the show's staff writers) went on to say that had Filmation decided to write multi-part episodes, it is likely that they would have had no shortage of material to work from for future seasons. As it stands, the reason for the show's demise was based not only on a lack of financial backing but also because the writers were basically tapped out as far as developing an additional 65 (or more) stand-alone plots was concerned.

Preventing this experience from being ridden with sadness, fans can take solace in the fact that BCI has gone the extra mile to continue releasing their excellent He-Man related DVD sets to enjoy. Directly following this incarnation of the show are three 6-disc She-Ra: Princess of Power DVD sets, two 6-disc New Adventures of He-Man sets, and at present, the first (of three) 3-disc sets has been released celebrating the impressive 2002 Mike Young Productions version of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: About the best thing that can happen to a series is discovering that BCI is the company bringing it to DVD release. This installment is no exception!

Included on this 6-disc compilation are the following episodes:

Hunt For He-Man
The Greatest Show On Eternia
Not So Blind
Revenge Is Never Sweet
The Good Shall Survive
The Secret Of Grayskull
No Job Too Small
The Bitter Rose
The Gambler
Teela's Triumph
Orko's New Friend
The Problem With Power
Double Trouble
The Eternia Flower
Happy Birthday Roboto
Battle Of The Dragons
Time Doesn't Fly
Here, There, Skeletors Everywhere
Beauty And The Beast
Orko's Return
Visitors From Earth
Monster On The Mountain
The Magic Falls
Search For A Son
Mistaken Identity
The Toy Maker
Bargin With Evil
Capture The Comet Keeper
The Ancient Mirror Of Avathar
The Games
To Save The Creatures
The Cold Zone

Extras are once again abounding. The sixth disc contains inspiration for some of the various episodes between numbers 99-130, facts and trivia, scripts etc. Also noteworthy is the fantastic conclusion to the multi-part Filmation history called Animating He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Very interesting stuff! 3 episodes contain full audio commentary and like always, BCI packs in a pair of 4x6" collectible art cards, this time from artists: Dan Brereton and Mike McKone.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cde86c0) out of 5 stars He-Man season 2 volume 2 3 April 2007
By Pj Thorp - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This wraps up the He-Man series completely, giving you the last half of Season 2.

The animation is high quality, produced by Filmation in the 1980s. The packaging is well designed. If you buy all four volumes of seasons 1&2, the DVD boxes will sit side by side on your shelves making up a nice pictorial display on the covers.

Now I anxiously hope for She-Ra season 2 as well. If they release that, the entire He-Man and She-Ra output from Filmation in the 1980s will be available on DVD.
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