What made you decide to have Adam reveal his secret identity to his parents? Not that I'm against the move or for it, it's just a very ballsy move. That's a pretty strong, really important moment to put in episode one. In season two how would that have played out with Man at Arms knowing the truth about Adam being He-Man? Would Duncan have essentially outed him to all of Eternia in an effort to capture him (seeing how he'd be a fugitive and all). With that knowledge possibly being public how would have his old enemies taken that news?
How long was Adam on Primus?
Did Duncan pull off his coup the moment Adam left? Is this something he always wanted to do or did something happen after He-Man left?
Thanks for your answers Jack and thanks for being so available for questions. It's very much appreciated.