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"From Eternia -- With Death!": Superman is drawn into another dimension to help He-Man and Battle Cat fight off Skeletor and Beastman, who are attempting to take over Castle Grayskull.



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Synopsis for "From Eternia -- With Death!"

Superman is drawn into another dimension to help He-Man and Battle Cat fight off Skeletor and Beastman, who are attempting to take over Castle Grayskull.

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Notes

  • This book was first published on April 8, 1982.
  • "From Eternia -- With Death!" was reprinted in DC Universe vs. The Masters of the Universe and Showcase Presents: DC Comics Presents Superman Team-Ups Vol. 2.
  • This is the Masters of Universe's first appearance in a regular, DC, comic book (The action figures included mini-comic books).
  • This is the first appearance of He-Man as Prince Adam; In this point of time, the animated cartoon had not been aired. In this comic, Prince Adam shows great strength (twisting a barbell into a pretzel in front of Teela) and as He-man he thinks "the identity of Prince Adam must be protected" so he still has the dual identity though it is not clear how much the transformation boosts his strength. Unlike his cartoon counterpart this He-man wields a double bladed two handed axe.
  • Skeletor is based in the original mini-comic books; In that background, the villain had a similar twin sword to He-Man though they were actually two parts of a single "Power Sword" (similar to the concept of the 1981 Blackstar series). The other part was "secreted elsewhere on this miserable world".

Trivia

  • The title "From Eternia -- With Death!" is a pun on From Russia With Love, a James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming.



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