Mattel and Dark Horse Comics to Release “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” Comic Series
Mattel and Dark Horse Comics announced today the upcoming release of the “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” comic book series of four comics. Featuring four comics to be released starting in July 2021, the series will serve as a prequel to the upcoming “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” series from Netflix and Mattel Television premiering this year.
The story arc for the new comics was conceived by the show’s executive producers Kevin Smith (“Clerks,” “Dogma”) and Rob David (“He-Man and the Masters of the Universe”),who also served as the creative director and a writer of DC Comics’ Masters of the Universe releases from 2012 – 2020, as well as show writer Tim Sheridan (“Reign of the Supermen,” “Superman: Man of Tomorrow”). Mindy Lee (“Crimson Lotus,” “Bounty”) provided art and color while, Stjepan Sejic (“He-Man: The Eternity War”) provided cover art for issue #1 with Dave Wilkins providing cover art for issues #2-#4. Mattel and Dark Horse will also release an issue #1 variant by Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart. Additional variant artists for subsequent issues include Bill Sienkiewicz, Walt Simonson with Laura Martin, and more.
“When the Masters of the Universe franchise first launched nearly 40 years ago, each action figure came with a comic book to enable children to further explore the world of Eternia,” said David. “Now, in partnership with Dark Horse, we will go back to our roots to set-up the upcoming “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” television series with a world-shattering comic book tale.”
In the comic book, following a vicious Orlax attack on his father King Randor, He-Man learns the creature is linked to the origin of the sword of power. To save Randor and put an end to the chaos, He-Man embarks on an epic journey that pits him against his longtime foes Skeletor and Evil-Lyn, and sees Teela take the reins of a powerful legacy.
The first installment of four for the “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” comic is currently available for pre-order and will be ON THE SHELF July 7, 2021. Additional comic books will be released on August 11, September 9, and October 13, 2021.
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Idiot (Kara Danvers x Reader)
Summary: Day Thirteen - Candy Hearts
A/N: So, so close, y’all.
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Alex couldn't help rolling her eyes as she watched Kara awkwardly pace around her apartment, hands wringing together as she babbled. She'd honestly tuned her sister out minutes ago but it was clear that Kara was in no mood to slow down anytime soon. It was cute that Kara was so worked up over asking you to be her "Valentine" but if Alex had to keep listening to her doubt herself, Alex was going to personally drag you to this apartment and lock you two in until you finally addressed the obvious elephant in the room.
"Would you please calm down?" Alex finally interrupted with a chuckle. "You're stressing yourself out over nothing. (Y/N) is going to say yes. She'd be an idiot not to and I personally don't think she'd take too kindly to you thinking otherwise." She winked.
Kara scowled, lip drooping into a pout as she slowed her incessant movements. "(Y/N) isn't an idiot."
"Exactly!" Alex smirked. "So breathe."
She watched in visibly deep rise of Kara's chest and had to bite back laughter as the superheroine deflated.
"Okay," she sighed. "I can do this."
Grabbing Kara's phone from the table, Alex tossed it to her and leaned back into the couch, keeping a critical eye on Kara just in case you really were an idiot.
Unlikely, but always possible.
So enraptured by the movie on your television, you almost missed Kara's name lighting across your phone screen. Which, you absolutely would've felt awful if that had happened considering how much you enjoyed the Kryptionian's presence. Even through the phone, she would always have your full attention.
"Hey!" you greeted exuberantly, lowering the volume of the movie - for your sake and hers.
There was a bizarre rustling noise and a barely audible yelp before Kara breathlessly returned your greeting.
"You okay?" you laughed, imagining the sheepish grin spreading across soft lips.
"Y-yeah! Of course! Alex was just being...Alex."
Giggling at the indignant yell from the oldest Danvers sister, you couldn't contain the warmth bubbling in the pit of your belly.
"Your laugh is so nice," Kara blurted, eyes going wide as she realized her slip of the tongue. "Anyways! I actually called because I have a question."
Swallowing back your startled noise and resisting the urge to drift back to the mistake, you cleared your throat. "Yeah?"
"Um, so you know how Valentines Day is coming up? I was wondering if -"
"Yes!" you cut her off, not even waiting for her to finish. This was the moment you had been hoping for and you weren't about to wait a second longer. "I would love to go out with you."
You waited for a response but all that answered you was silence. Deep, heart-crumbling silence.
Had you been wrong?
The sudden knocking on your balcony window stole a scream from your chest, hand flying to rest above your heart as your eyes jerked over to the locked door.
There, dressed in her regular clothes, cheeks aflame and crystal eyes glistening, was Kara. Clutching a box of...something?
Scrambling over to the balcony, you tossed the door open and stared at the hero with curious eyes. The box of candy hearts was practically crushed in her alien grip, the sides crunching inward and a slight powder escaping the top, but you didn't care, taking in the blushing woman.
Candy hearts were gross, anyways.
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