Castle Grayskull, to an adult who has taken a history class or two, looks positively ghoulish, not unlike the U. It's just a little bit slower, and has some different interludes. Beyond that, He-Man bravely protects the people who somehow reside on this nightmare Neptune Even today, animation is a labor-intensive, expensive craft. Some of the people on this show for children have somewhat sexual names. It also points in the direction of another '80s he-man: Pierce Brosnan.
Ireland. Age: 22.
According to Masters of the Universe lore, He-Man is the most powerful individual in existence.
Leighton. Age: 20.
Things only adults notice in He-Man
Thankful Eternians somehow can't tell that their constant savior looks exactly like a member of their royal family, or that both guys tool around with a gigantic green kitty Adam's scaredy-cat Cringer becomes He-Man's Battle Cat. He occasionally ends up in random Eternian cities, but wide swaths of the planet don't have any civilization to speak of. The '80s cartoon had such an elaborate concept — muscle-bound superhero, half-human, half-Eternian, defends the planet with his sword and the power of Grayskull against Skeletor and his minions — that it needed a lengthy introduction, with appropriate musical accompaniment. He's forever unhappy with the performance of his underlings, mainly because they never manage to defeat He-Man or complete the task he's sent them to do — be it a kidnapping or the acquisition of a powerful artifact — and he lets them know with withering putdowns and threats of violence.