News He-Man anime series from Kevin Smith coming to Netflix

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Enterprise is Great, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. Aragorn

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    Jericho was a hit on CBS until their hiatus, then they weren't.
     
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  3. Christopher

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    "Savage He-Man"? Ugh. That sounds like trying way too hard to be edgy and dark. (What do they call it? "Edgelord?")
     
  4. Kaiju "the spy"

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    Smith talked about Savage He-Man on the latest Fatman Beyond, and, well, it's another nod to the original toy-line, specifically He-Man's origin from the early mini-comics, when he was still more of your standard barbarian hero:
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  5. Mr. Adventure

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    Great, with this over a month away I suppose all details will be completely leaked and exposed by then.
     
  6. Ar-Pharazon

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    Don't peek!
     
  7. Mr. Adventure

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    This isn't even supposed to be a spoiler thread. :p I have the same problem with Ghostbusters Afterlife and trying to tread lightly. Yet another blow to the half season...
     
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  8. Ar-Pharazon

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    Yeah, a "news" thread takes on a life of it's own when a show finally drops. Maybe the mod should change that part if it can be changed. Beyond that, I generally expect spoilers to pop up pretty much anywhere, so it's a challenge.