- Directors: Lou Zukor, Marsh Lamore, Ed Friedman, Gwen Wetzler, Lou Kachivas
- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 3
- Studio: Contender
- DVD Release Date: 6 Sept. 2004
- Run Time: 465 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0002MGZDM
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,091 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe: Volumes 1-3 (Box Set) [DVD]
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'By the power of Greyskull...' Eighteen episodes of the 1980s animated series about the battles and adventures of the strongest man in the world. In 'The Cosmic Comet', He-Man and the other Heroic Warriors enlist the help of Zagraz the wizard to stop Skeletor using the Cosmic Comet. In 'The Shaping Staff', Evil-Lyn uses a magical 'shaping staff' to transform the Royal Family into animals. In 'Disappearing Act', Skeletor and Beast Man infiltrate the Royal Palace using invisible helmets and kidnap Prince Adam. In 'Diamond Ray of Disappearance', He-Man must destroy a magical jewel that Skeletor is using to send his victims into a distant, limbo-like dimension. In 'She-Demon of Phantos', Skeletor diverts supplies of Photanium away from the Royal Palace to make weapons for himself. 'Teela's Quest' sees Teela trying to use Man-at-Arms' new mind projector to discover who her mother is. In 'The Curse of the Spellstone', Skeletor and Evil-Lyn steal the Spellstone from the Temple of the Fire People, causing a terrible storm... In 'The Time Corridor', He-Man and his team must travel back in time to save Castle Grayskull from past destruction by Skeletor and his cronies. 'The Dragon Invasion' sees Skeletor and Beast Man steal the eggs of a dragon and hide them in the courtyard of the Royal Palace. In 'A Friend in Need', an evil sorcerer uses his magic to beguile himself to the daughter of an inventor, Zicran, who has delivered a Transmutator machine to the Royal Palace. In 'Masks of Power', two travellers visiting an ancient temple steal the Masks of Power, which are imbued with ancient and evil spirits. In 'Evil-Lyn's Plot', Evil-Lyn disguises herself as a young girl lost in the forest in order to steal the precious mineral Coridite. In 'Like Father, Like Daughter', He-Man is warned by the Sorceress that Skeletor is assembling a mighty army including terrible enemies such as Beast Man and Trap Jaw. In 'Colossor Awakes', He-Man must act quickly to reverse a spell Skeletor and his accomplices are using to turn their victims into stone. In 'A Beastly Sideshow', He-Man must rescue his friend Cringer when he is tricked by Beast Man. 'Reign of the Monster' sees Skeletor and his new allies, the Torgs, trying to awaken the giant monster Mulkram and use him to invade Castle Grayskull. In 'Daimar the Demon', Orko casts a spell to bring to life a little creature called Daimar. In 'Creatures From the Tar Swamp', Orko travels to the Tar Swamp to try to retrieve a magic medallion he once lost there, in order to impress Lady Edwina with whom he has fallen in love.
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I loved it in the 1980's and I still love it today and with the lessons at the end and the knowledge that the good guys always win and all will work out in the end, this is a great series to show your children (or at least use them as an excuse to buy this and watch it with them!)
May the power of Grayskull live forever!
So we bougth this and I have to say the kids really enjoy it - they love to role play being Adam and Heman, and the youngest loves to play as Battle Cat!
Its harmless and good nature, nobody gets killed the good guys win and the morals at the end are always welcome.
My kids love it, yours will not be disappointed.
One can tell that the makers of the DVD have not restored the audio from the VHS equivalent so the sound is quite muted but otherwise good buy.
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