"Ah yes, the feisty little girl from last night. Some day she'll make a wonderful Hordeswoman."
Dylamug is the Evil Horde's malevolent robotic rogue. He was an unproduced Masters of the Universe figure, a robotic member of the Evil Horde. His name had a phonetical similitude to "Dial-a-mug", as his face would have had dials for his eyes, nose and mouth to make him change expression.
1983 Filmation MOTU/POP Animated Series Canon:
He may be constructed out of metal, but this villain is no simple Horde Trooper designed to fallow orders. Dylamug is a crafty and cruel bully, who prays on the weak and innocent and will not turn down an opportunity to duel with She-Ra and the Rebels. His sullen expression can be changed instantly with the whirling of his inner cogs and possesses the unique ability to shoot laser beams at his foes from the top of his head. He is a huge and bulky robot with large electronic claws that he uses to seize his enemies. The super-advanced evil robot is occasionally placed in charge of Hordak's troopers. He is a heartless villain, almost on a par with Hordak.
2008 Masters Of The Universe Classics Canon:
- Dylamug debuted in the 1985 She-Ra: Princess of Power animated series in the episode: "Dual At Devlan". During his first scene at the inn, Dylamug is voiced by George DiCenzo. When he confronts Darius on the street, the voice is provided by Lou Scheimer (credited as Erik Gunden). In all subsequent scenes are Dylamug is voiced by DiCenzo again.
1985 Filmation POP Animated Series Appearances:
MOTU DC Comics – The Eternity War Appearances