He-Man director Kevin Smith’s animated series, Lord of the World: Revelation, debuted on Netflix just a month ago. It wasn’t an undivided success among fans of the ’80s classic animated series that in Smith’s series for older generations, it was He-Man who was pushed a bit into the background, but Jay and Silent Bob movie creator spoke tough on critics. However, the streaming giant is also doing another reboot of the year, He-Man: Lord of the World on September 16 Coming and you can check out the preview below too!
This series is aimed more at children and differs in style from Smith’s series, which evokes classic cartoons, where the official talents of He-Man – and everything else – were created by the makers of CGI. It will be revealed later in the fall how much the more modern visual world will impress the younger generation and whether it will convince fans of the original animated series better than Revelation. He-Man: The Lord of the World was created by Robert David, who has also served as executive producer on the Smith series, as well as Bryan Q. Miller, Heath Corson, Amanda Deibert, Keely MacDonald, Peter Binswanger, Lila Scott, Matt Drdek, Julie Benson and Shawna Benson are a member of the writing team.
According to the synopsis, the well-known elements of the CGI series will return: Eternia, the first planet in creation, ruled by a demonic tyrant, Skeletor, which He-Man and his company are trying to stop. Yuri Lowenthal, who also voiced Peter Parker in the multiplayer video game Spider-Man, will be borrowed this time around, along with Ben Diskin, David Kaye, Gray Griffin, Antony Del Rio and Kimberly Brooks, among others, as various English voices. Characters.