I had no idea that the original Masters of the Universe movie came out 30 years ago. It’s totally cheesy and cringeworthy and no where near what the source material, but it’s gained a huge following among He-Man fans out there. I’ve seen it many times myself and I laugh at it but I still love it. Here’s a video by CineFix that tells 7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Movie. I TOTALLY had no idea about PigBoy cameo.

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By the way, did you know that concept art was made for She-Ra to make an appearance in the Masters of the Universe movie? The movie was limited but I feel like her being a part of it would have totally been so badass! The concept art below was by William Stout.


I liked the season premiere of Game of Thrones. The opening scene alone had me cheering. It was obvious that it was Arya using her face changing skills. I would have liked to have seen more of my Khaleesi, but there’s many more eps to explore her story this season. I also could have done without the chamberpot cleaning montage. Ehhhhh…gross. However, there was a small scene that seemed a bit out of place. I admit that I did not recognize Ed Sheeran at first as a soldier for the Lannister army, but afterwards I was made very clear that he’s in it. I was honestly expecting Arya to kill all of them when I was watching it. Personally I just looked past this, but apparently Sheeran’s cameo role has caused some anger with fans.

That’s just a few of the Tweets I saw. I’ve seen countless Facebook posts too. Personally I do not really care, but I can see the anger. It is dissatisfying to see that a show puts in celebrities for no reason. Although it is not going to deter anyone from watching the show at all. Still, not liking a particular moment is all too familiar in this series. What did you think? Did you care or not?


This has been a great week to be a geek! I do not know if Game of Thrones counts as a geeky related material, but I’m taking it. I see lots of people cosplay as GoT characters, so why not? This looks intense! The new season starts 7/16/2017 on HBO. TOTALLY EXCITED!

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Sea Hawk – Adora’s boyfriend…or maybe he was Bow’s boyfriend, whatever. You can have any imagination with toylines, including making a pirate whose crew is all male, be bisexual at the very least. Here’s my thoughts on this figure. Thanks Mr. Thom for getting me this guy! My Masters of the Universe Classics collection is almost complete.

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Eldor, the wise sage of ancient Preternia was made into a figure. This was from the cancelled Powers of Grayskull toyline from the 1980s. Finally the Masters of the Universe Classics made the figure and they did a great job of it.

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Did you know that there existed a Masters of the Universe newspaper comic strip that was published in select newspapers around the world? It did exist and it expanded on the original 1980s-1990s He-Man Universe that most fans never knew existed. Thanks to Danielle Gelehrter, Val Stapkes, Eric Marshall, and Raunak Singh for making this possible. This book is published by Dark Horse Comics.

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Tim Drake is my boy. He is the best Robin (in my opinion) and my favorite comic book hero of all time. In his third mini series known as Robin III – Cry of the Huntress has him once again on his own taking down a mafia counterfeit ring while taking on one of Batman’s physically strongest villains – KGBeast. Luckily he has the help of the Huntress on his side, but that still does not make it much easier for him. Awesome series and paves the way for Robin to have his own ongoing series not long after this one ended.

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I’m sure we have all seen the Spider-Man Homecoming trailer, but it should be noted that Tom Holland is a cutie! Plus, holy hell he’s got a great body. He has officially received the Marvel Treatment and has a 8-pack abs. I love it. I can’t wait to see this!

Speaking of trailers, are any of you a fan of Planet of the Apes? I loved both of the previous movies released in this series. The new movie called War for the Planet of the Apes looks to also be great. I am loving the prequel story to how the Apes became dominant. We know the outcome inevitably, but the journey that is being presented is what I’m excited about seeing.

Also, have you seen the fan made Wonder Woman vs. Wolverine fan film made by Bat in the Sun Productions? It has received some criticism from fans of both characters as well as writers from the series, but I did thoroughly enjoy it myself. This is just one of many interpretations of the characters and I love the costume designs, the actors being used and the effects were pretty darn good. I have met the guy that plays Wolverine on several occasions and he’s a great guy that really works hard on the characterization of his superhero attire. The fight itself starts approximately at the 4:12 minute mark in the video below.

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