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Daniel Stedman Jones. How radical free-market ideas achieved mainstream dominance in postwar America and Britain. How did American and British policymakers become so enamored with free markets, deregulation, and limited government?
This book—the first comprehensive transatlantic history of the rise of neoliberal politics—presents a surprising answer.
Based on archival research and interviews with leading participants in the movement, Masters of the Universe traces the ascendancy of neoliberalism from the academy of interwar Europe to supremacy under Reagan and Thatcher and in the decades since.
Daniel Stedman Jones argues that there was nothing inevitable about the victory of free-market politics. Far from being the story of the simple triumph of right-wing ideas, the neoliberal breakthrough was contingent on the economic crises of the s and the acceptance of the need for new policies by the political left.
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This second series, consisting of seven new mini-comics and released in —83, was produced by DC Comics , written by Gary Cohn and featured artwork by Mark Texeira.
He-Man's new ally Ram Man is initially tricked into fighting on the side of Skeletor in He-Man Meets Ram-Man. Additional waves of action figures, creatures, vehicles, and playsets were released every year until , totaling 70 distinct figures in all including 24 creatures, 12 vehicles, six playsets, and 10 accessories with the final overseas releases from the original line coming from Italy in However, Mattel also had production facilities in the United States, Mexico, France, Spain, and joint ventures with Leo Toys of India, Top Toys of Argentina, Estrela of Brazil, Rotoplast of Venezuela and Takara of Japan.
In July , He-Man and the Masters of the Universe would appear for the first time in the pages of DC Comics with DC Comics Presents Issue 47 , in the story From Eternia With Death , followed by a special insert comic in many DC's titles from November , entitled Fate is the Killer.
This version of Adam, however, was originally depicted wearing a blue vest and portrayed as somewhat of a philanderer, rather than his later more wholesome pink-vest-wearing character.
In , Masters of the Universe would debut perhaps its most famous incarnation, with the animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
Created by Filmation under the direction of executive producer Lou Scheimer , the cartoon made its television debut on September 5, , with the episode "The Diamond Ray of Disappearance.
Totaling episodes, with each season of 65 episodes stretching across 13 weeks, the series last episode, "The Cold Zone," on November 21, Similar to the comics that came before, the series is set on Eternia, which is ruled by King Randor and Queen Marlena visibly younger in age and with more colorful attire than their previous comic versions.
He-Man's nemesis, the evil wizard Skeletor now famously portrayed by voice actor Alan Oppenheimer as a cackling and more comedic villain , still wishes to conquer Castle Grayskull and learn of its secrets, but also now desires to take over the royal palace and rule Eternia; often seeking ancient and mysterious beasts and artifacts to try and stop He-Man and his allies.
Other villains not allied with Skeletor would occasionally appear as well, such as the powerful wizard Count Marzo , the plant-demon Evilseed , Kothos, Shokoti, Negator, and the rabbitlike space pirate Plundor, to name a few.
Despite the limited animation techniques that were used to produce the series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was notable for breaking the boundaries of censorship that had severely restricted the narrative scope of children's TV programming in the s.
For the first time, a cartoon series could feature a muscular superhero who engage in on-screen combat although most of the time wrestling -style moves were utilized instead of direct violence.
The cartoon was also groundbreaking in that it was produced in connection with marketing a line of toys, as advertising directly to children was controversial during this period.
As an attempt to mitigate the negative publicity generated by these controversies, a "life lesson" or "moral of the story" was played at the end of each episode, which was usually tied to the action or central theme of the episode in question although in the United Kingdom, the closing "morals" were often edited out of the original broadcasts.
The series was often produced by Lou Scheimer and Hal Sutherland and directed by Gwen Wetzler , Marsh Lamore, Lou Kachivas, Steve Clark, Ernie Schmidt, Ed Friedman, and others; with Tom Sito serving as a main storyboard artist, along with Tom Tataranowicz , Warren Greenwood, Robert Lamb, Don Manuel, Bob Arkwright, and many other contributors.
Writers on the show included Larry DiTillio , David Wise , Robby London, Michael Reaves , Doug Booth, J. Brynne Stephens , and many others, including early script-writing work from Babylon 5 creator J.
Michael Straczynski , Paul Dini of Batman: The Animated Series fame, and one episode, "Battle Cat," by D.
Fontana of Star Trek fame. The series, although still popular, would not be renewed for a third season in However, the characters would make occasional guest appearances in the She-Ra: Princess of Power Series , which was set in the same universe and followed the same continuity.
The She-Ra series began with a 5-part animated serial which was later condensed into the animated movie The Secret of the Sword , released theatrically in the spring of and featuring most of the main characters from both cartoons.
The characters would continue to appear in guest roles throughout the She-Ra series, as well as a Christmas Special. The very last appearance of Filmation's He-Man and Skeletor is in one of the final She-Ra episodes, entitled "Assault on the Hive," airing December 13, Sales of the toy line continued to increase with the exposure of the animated series, and new waves of figures and vehicles were produced during this peak of popularity.
Making their toy-line debuts in were He-Man's allies Buzz-Off "heroic spy in the sky"; beelike insectoid warrior with wings ,  Fisto "heroic hand-to-hand fighter"; bearded warrior with a large smashing fist as an action feature ,  and Mekaneck "heroic human periscope"; featuring an extending bionic neck.
Series three of Mattel's MOTU mini comics contained stories similar to the Filmation animated series, with mini comics such as Dragon's Gift , Masks of Power , and Double-Edge Sword adapting stories straight from the first-season episodes of the same name.
The wave of action figures again included new versions of He-Man and Skeletor with special action features: Thunder-Punch He-Man whose backpack could be loaded with plastic ring caps to create a loud "bang" when turning He-Man's waist and Dragon Blaster Skeletor which included a small water-squirting dragon chained to Skeletor's armor.
The largest addition to the Masters of the Universe toy line came in the form of the Evil Horde , whose characters were set to debut in the animated He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword motion picture.
Although villains in the soon-to-debut She-Ra: Princess of Power animated series, five out of the six initial Evil Horde action figures were produced for the Masters of Universe line instead of the Princess of Power toy line with the Horde villainess Catra being the sole exception.
Larry Houston, Michael Lee, and Alfred Alcala composed most of the artwork for these issues, while DC Comics' Bruce Timm was the illustrator for Grizzlor - The Legend Comes Alive!
In , Mattel and Filmation decided to diversify the Masters of the Universe line beyond its traditional realm of "male action," in the hopes of bringing in a young female audience as well.
Michael Straczynski. Filmation's She-Ra: Princess of Power first aired "The Sword of She-Ra Part 1: Into Etheria" on September 9, The Secret of the Sword animated movie from earlier that spring was essentially a compilation of what would become the first five episodes of the She-Ra cartoon series.
The series would run for three seasons, 93 episodes, from to She-Ra: Princess of Power was produced in lieu of continuing He-Man and the Masters of the Universe for a third year; however, He-Man often appeared in episodes of She-Ra to aid his sister, and several other characters from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe , both heroic and evil, also appeared in multiple crossovers.
After first transforming into She-Ra and seeing the error of her ways, she becomes a member of the Great Rebellion ; a secret small band of rebels, living in the Whispering Woods and fighting to free Etheria from the tyrannical rule of Hordak.
Unlike He-Man's sword, She-Ra's possesses the ability to transform into different weapons and accessories, such as a lasso, a shield, or a flaming blade.
The premise of the She-Ra TV series was the reverse of the He-Man cartoon, where the heroes are actually rebels countering an evil establishment rather than Skeletor trying to conquer Eternia.
With the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon no longer in production, MOTU toy-line characters also appeared in the She-Ra series, such as the elephant warrior Snout Spout referred to as "Hose Nose" , and the Comet Warriors Rokkon and Stonedar.
She-Ra and Adora were voiced in the series by Melendy Britt who also voiced Catra, Castaspella, Mermista, and Octavia ; George DiCenzo was the voice of Hordak, Bow, Sea-Hawk, Tung-Lashor, and a few others; and Diane Pershing provided the voice for Netossa and Spinnerella.
Alan Oppenheimer and John Erwin would reprise their roles from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series, as would Linda Gary with Teela and the Sorceress, while providing additional voice work for Glimmer, Madame Razz, Sweet Bee, Shadow Weaver, Scorpia, and Entrapta.
Credited as "Erik Gunden," Lou Scheimer returned as well to provide voices for a plethora of characters, including Swift Wind, Kowl, Light Hope, Broom, Mantenna, Leech, Grizzlor, Modulok, Horde Prime, Multi-Bot, Rattlor, Orko, the Horde Troopers, and many of the Twiggits; while his daughter, Erika Scheimer , took a more prominent role in this series, providing the voices for Loo-Kee, Queen Angella, Frosta, Imp, and several of She-Ra's female associates.
Released in , Mattel's toy line Princess of Power sometimes abbreviated as POP featured almost exclusively female characters, all of whom featured an emphasis on hair and clothing, with "real" hair and partially soft-goods costumes.
Described as "fashion action dolls," essentially the line attempted to fuse the appeal of Masters of the Universe with Mattel's successful line of fashion dolls , Barbie , and added many "Fantastic Fashions" clothing accessories packs to complement the female action figures.
The line of Princess of Power figures included She-Ra without a separate action figure for Princess Adora , Bow the only male figure in the POP line, without his moustache, as seen in the cartoon series , Glimmer "the guide who lights the way" , Kowl "the know-it owl" , Angella "angelic winged guide" , Frosta "ice empress of Etheria" , Castaspella "enchantress who hypnotizes" , Catra "jealous beauty" and the main female antagonist , and Double Trouble "glamorous double agent"; created only for the toy line and mini comics, never appearing in the Filmation cartoon series.
She-Ra's main playset was Crystal Castle, a "shimmering castle of fantasy and fun for She-Ra and her friends! Apart from the main Princess of Power line, the preeminent villains of the She-Ra series, Hordak and the Evil Horde originally created by Filmation in collaboration with Mattel , were released by Mattel under the Masters of the Universe branding.
The character Catra was the only villain to be released in the first wave of the Princess of Power figures, with Mattel downplaying her connection to the Evil Horde in the toy line.
In , a new "Scratchin' Sound" version of Catra was joined by her feline pet Clawdeen and fellow Horde-Villainess Entrapta. She-Ra with a new "Starburst" version was accompanied in the second wave by her allies Flutterina, Mermista, Peekablue, Perfuma, and Sweet Bee.
The third and final wave saw diminished sales and production in , with the releases of Netossa, Spinnerella, and Loo-Kee; along with "Bubble Power" She-Ra, "Royal" Swift Wind, "Silver" Storm, and "Shower Power" Catra.
New versions of the lead characters were also produced, with "Flying Fists" He-Man, "Terror Claws" Skeletor, and Hordak in two new forms "Hurricane" Hordak and "Buzz-Saw" Hordak.
Also late into the line in were three original characters from the live-action movie: Blade "evil masters of swords" , Saurod "evil spark-shooting reptile" , and Gwildor "heroic creator of the Cosmic Key" , with their entry into the MOTU mythos explained in one of the last original mini comics, The Cosmic Key.
One of the main storylines of the later mini comics, released with these later waves of action figures, was the introduction of a new major villain faction known as the Snake Men, first appearing in the mini comic King of the Snake Men.
Other notable mini comics included the debut of Hordak's gruesome mind-altering Slime Pit in Escape from the Slime Pit , one of several origin stories for Rokkon and Stonedar in Rock People to the Rescue , cybernetic Horde experiments resulting in the creation of the warriors Dragstor and Extendar in The Warrior Machine , and the suggested origin of Skeletor as Keldor in The Search for Keldor which also included the only mini comic appearances for He-Man's ally Clamp Champ, and Skeletor's minions Ninjor, Scare Glow, and Faker.
All of this was leading toward what would have been a continuation of the series in "The Powers of Grayskull" line, before being discontinued. These series five and six mini comics were often edited by Lee Nordling with art direction from Ron Cook, and included writing by Tim Kiplin, Phil White, and Steven Grant , with the artwork of Bruce Timm , Jim Mitchell , Chris Carlson, Charles Simpson, and Larry Houston, among others.
The proposed exploration of the distant past of Eternia, dubbed "Preternia,"  forms the basis of what was originally to be the next incarnation of the toy line, entitled "The Powers of Grayskull.
The main story information originates from the final mini comic The Powers of Grayskull—The Legend Begins! The proposed storyline was to focus on Ancient Eternia, which was populated by many creatures, including the aforementioned cybernetic dinosaurs and giants.
When the Sorceress and He-Man arrive, followed by Skeletor, they find King Hiss leading an attack on a village in the hope of drawing out "The Elders," using some of the cybernetic dinosaurs to their advantage.
Hiss serves an "unnamed one" and agrees to unite with Skeletor on the basis that he might be an emissary. Seeing Skeletor's interference, the Sorceress allows He-Man to enter the battle but, "for reasons that will be made clear to you in the future," he had to be disguised.
He finds himself overwhelmed, but then a shadowy figure appears who turns the odds with a powerful wand.
The stranger then sends the Snake Men back to their base and all the time travelers home. The Sorceress describes the intervener as "the Greatest Sorcerer of all" and He-Man is left asking, "But who is he?
However, some marketing press releases and prototypes have shed further information on this. The wizard was to be He-Ro , an ancestor of He-Man.
Raised by his mentor Eldor and discovering special powers in a cave, He-Ro would have led the fight against the Snake Men. According to the mini comics' writers, it was intended that the central antagonist would be Keldor, a character revealed similarly late in the line to have been He-Man's uncle and also strongly hinted to have been the former identity of Skeletor.
Whether or not Keldor was also supposed to be the "Unnamed One" Hiss served is not clear, although in an interview writer Steven Grant vaguely recalls that the intention was that the Unnamed One would be a greater evil who, as the Emperor was to Darth Vader , was intended to be the one who caused Keldor to become Skeletor.
However, when Mattel finally went about creating a definitive identity for the "Unnamed One," as part of their Masters of the Universe Classic line, the character was revealed to be an evil Trollan named "Gorpo" a nod to the original preproduction name for Orko , who was exiled to Eternia by his race for evil and who used his dark magic to transform normal snakes into humanoid snake people such as King Hiss.
Furthermore, additional figures for He-Ro and Eldor who were made into prototypes but never officially released were made for the Classic line.
In the years after the animated series ended, generally going along with the established Filmation continuity, Marvel Comics would release a younger-skewing Star Comics Masters of the Universe series that ran from to bimonthly and produced 13 issues; featuring many of the later characters introduced in the toy line.
Bitner's creation, Fearless Photog , was never realized in the s and an action figure was not produced until the Masters of the Universe Classics collector's toy line in Daily Masters of the Universe comic strips were also in newspaper syndication from until The strips were primarily written by Chris Weber and edited by Karen Willson, with distribution in the U.
The newspaper strips were generally lesser known to the wider fan base until 1, of the 1, daily strips were finally collected in hardcover format with He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: The Newspaper Comic Strips , released by Dark Horse Books in Various comics and magazines containing Masters of the Universe—related content were also released outside the United States, in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Finland, Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Italy, and several other countries in the late s.
The series was headed by Brian Clarke, and is often noted for in-depth stories expanding the canon and the origins of many Masters of the Universe characters.
In addition, London Editions would introduce several new characters, such as "Scrollos," who served as an in-universe editor and guide to the series.
Masters of the Universe and the Princess of Power featured in many children's books from the s, with one of the main producers of these titles, Golden Books , publishing several series of hard and softcover children's books from to The first few releases of the Golden books material is more in line with the early Mattel mini comics, with the later books following the Filmation cartoon series.
New elements were also introduced by Golden Books, notably the character of Goat-Man in the book Secret of the Dragon's Egg in Most World I. These included many small hardcover book and cassette tapes produced by Ladybird Books out of the UK, several record and tape read-along book sets from Kid Stuff Records in the U.
Several video game adaptations of the franchise were released from through to Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man was released by Intellivision for Atari and Intellivision in Two games, Masters of the Universe: The Arcade Game and Masters of the Universe: The Super Adventure , were developed by Adventure Soft and released by U.
Gold for Amstrad CPC , BBC Micro , Commodore 64 , and ZX Spectrum in , although the Commodore 64 version of Masters of the Universe: The Arcade Game was retitled Masters of the Universe: The Ilearth Stone.
A video game based on the live-action movie, Masters of the Universe: The Movie , was released by Gremlin Graphics for Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, MSX , and ZX Spectrum also in Throughout the s, a wide array of He-Man merchandise was released, including coloring books, activity books, Panini Sticker books, toothbrush holders, costumes, bed sheets, and many other items.
These cassettes would continue to add to the expanding Masters of the Universe mythos, introducing the world of Anti-Eternia, with an evil alternate universe version of He-Man.
A Masters of the Universe "Power Tour" live stage show toured across the United States and Canada in , with 19 consecutive performances at New York's Radio City Music Hall.
Directed by Tony Christopher, husband-and-wife team Jack and Leslie Wadsworth portrayed He-Man and She-Ra, while Khalos Planchart and Eric Van Baars played lead villains Hordak and Skeletor, respectively.
The production also featured lesser used characters such as Rio-Blast, Clamp-Champ, Snout-Spout, Rokkon, Ninjor, Blast-Attak, and songs by an original character, Songster performed by Doug Howard.
In , a live-action He-Man film was made by Cannon Films entitled Masters of the Universe , released in the United States on August 7, The film was directed by Gary Goddard and starred Dolph Lundgren in the title role of He-Man, Frank Langella as Skeletor, with Courteney Cox , Robert Duncan McNeill , and James Tolkan in supporting roles as Julie Winston, Kevin Corrigan, and Detective Lubic, respectively.
The other characters from the original cartoon to appear in the film are Evil-Lyn Meg Foster , Man-At-Arms Jon Cypher , Teela Chelsea Field , Beast Man Tony Carroll , and the Sorceress Christina Pickles.
A new character, Gwildor Billy Barty , is included in place of Orko, as the special effects of the time were deemed insufficient and too costly.
Beastman Pons Maar Saurod Anthony De Longis Blade as Anthony DeLongis Robert Towers Karg Barry Livingston Edit Storyline On the planet Eternia, Skeletor and his dark army overthrow the Sorceress of Castle Grayskull expecting to acquire her power.
Taglines: From a distant galaxy Edit Did You Know? Trivia Producer Edward R. Pressman hired Gary Goddard to direct based on the Universal Studios tour stage production "The Adventures of Conan: A Sword and Sorcery Spectacular" which Goddard created, wrote and directed.
Goofs Throughout the movie, Skeletor's nose appears visible through the mask. The light above and red glow beneath bounce off the black paint on his nostrils.
Quotes [ first lines ] Narrator : At the center of the universe, at the border between the light and the dark stands Castle Greyskull.
For countless ages, the Sorceress of Greyskull has kept this universe in harmony. But the armies of darkness do not rest, and the capture of Greyskull is ever most in their minds.
For with those that control Greyskull, will come the Power The power to be supreme Masters of the Universe! Crazy Credits After the closing credits have ended, Skeletor's head, sans cowl, pops up from the waters of the pit he was thrown in, and says "I'll be back!
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Country: USA Israel. Language: English. Runtime: min min workprint.History and versions of the franchise Origin of the franchise. Mattel began development of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe in the late s with Conan Early action figures and comics. The "Masters of the Universe" toy line was created by Mattel in , and first Filmation animated. CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Jonathan Greenblatt told Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY) that a term like "globalists" is "white supremacist" language, and that the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe have not done enough to stifle free speech on the internet. About Masters of the Universe Combining swords-and-sorcery action with futuristic sci-fi tech, Masters of the Universe delivers powerful adventures with aspirational wish-fulfillment. With an iconic heritage and memorable mythology dating back to , Masters of the Universe explores the universal themes of heroism, individuality and self-empowerment, while continuing to inspire generations of kids and adults alike. Masters of The Universe Origins in Beast Man Action Figure, Battle Figure for Storytelling Play and Display, Gift for 6 to 10 Year Olds and Adult Collectors out of 5 stars $ $ Masters of the Universe () Masters of the Universe. PG | 1h 46min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 7 August (USA) | Trailer. 1 VIDEO | IMAGES. The heroic warrior He-Man battles against the evil lord Skeletor and his armies of darkness for control of Castle Grayskull. Master of the Universe. Obtained a collection of unique drops from Slayer monsters located within Other Worlds. Master of the Universe is an achievement which requires the player to obtain all unique drops from monsters in the Other Worlds area. Completing this achievement grants the title Gielinor's Champion. "Masters of the Universe is a firm brief for the independent, causal power of ideas to shape history [It] does much to help explain the aftermath of and the ways in which political responses that might have defined another era seem unthinkable in ours.".