Preview: DC Universe Vs. Masters Of The Universe #1

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he-man bannerTomorrow sees He-Man and the Masters of the Universe coming face-to-face with the heroes of the DC Universe. The new series from Keith Giffen an artist Dexter Soy will see Skeletor hoping over to Earth thanks to a little black magic. He-Man and his friends give chase, then all heck breaks loose when Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and all the other heroes of Earth get involved. USA Today unveiled the first preview of the series today. While He-Man has had a new look for a while, his arch-enemy Skeletor will get a makeover in issue #1 of the crossover event. Artist Ed Benes spoke about the the new souped-up armor that came about due to a request from Mattel, saying “I think that all the changes that are happening today are a result of public demand. They understand that these changes bring new life to the characters — it’s like a fresh start. It’s very good because it assumes an entirely new concept, giving more freedom to create.” Will you be checking this out Wednesday?

DC UNIVERSE VS. THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE #1
Written by KEITH GIFFEN
Art by DEXTER SOY
Covers by ED BENES

After narrowly escaping his last battle with He-Man, Skeletor has fled to the most unexpected realm to recover: EARTH! Once there, he sets a plan in motion to siphon off Earth’s core magic. Forging an unlikely hunting party, He-Man and company go in search of Skeletor. Finding themselves at odds with the heroes of the DC Universe, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe must find a way to stop Skeletor and his mysterious new master!


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Source : USA Today