Masters of the Universe: Revolution clip shows He-Man battling Scare Glow

A clip from the upcoming Kevin Smith / Netflix animated series Masters of the Universe: Revolution shows He-Man vs. Scare Glow

Kevin Smith’s Netflix animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation was envisioned as a follow-up to the 1980s show He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and now Revelation is getting a follow-up of its own. Smith and Netflix are set to bring us the sequel series Masters of the Universe: Revolution sometime in 2024 – and while a specific release date hasn’t been revealed, promotion of the show has started with the unveiling of a clip that shows He-Man going to battle with the villainous Scare Glow! You can check it out at the bottom of this article.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation viewers may remember that when Eternia was running low on magic, villain characters Tri-Klops, Trap Jaw, Whiplash, and Blast-Attak became part of a technology-focused Motherboard cult, where followers were turned into cyborgs. Picking up where Revelation left off, Revolution is an all-new story that focuses on the classic He-Man vs. Skeletor rivalry in a way audiences have never seen before. It’s technology up against magic as He-Man and the heroic warriors face the forces of Skeletor and a deadly threat to the Planet in the next epic chapter in the battle for Eternia.

The voice cast includes Chris Wood as He-Man and Prince Adam, Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Melissa Benoist as Teela (replacing Sarah Michelle Gellar), Lena Headey as Evil-Lyn, Meg Foster as Motherboard, Liam Cunningham as Duncan, Alicia Silverstone as Queen Marlena, Tony Todd as Scare Glow, and William Shatner in an unspecified role. Foster previously played Evil-Lyn in the 1987 live-action Masters of the Universe film.

When her involvement was announced, Foster had this to say about joining Masters of the Universe: Revolution: “My part in Masters of the Universe more than 35 years ago remains one of my most cherished roles. I am both thrilled and honored to come back into the fold to embody a brilliant, all-new villainous character that adds color to the vibrant storytelling that Kevin Smith and Mattel have brought to life for fans around the world.

Take a look at the He-Man vs. Scare Glow clip from Masters of the Universe: Revolution, then let us know what you thought of it by leaving a comment below.

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