Jukka, thanks again for this awesome interview. These interviews are pure gold! One thing that i would like to comment from this interview, is that confirms, beyond any doubt, that MOTU was fruit of the Barbarian or Sword and Sorcery's early 80's cult. Bob confirmed that the artists that worked with Mattel for the MOTU project, during this period, were searching inspiration from Frank Frazzetta's art (since Mattel couldn't afford him as was stated). For this reason the first mini comic has this classic Sword and Sorcery feeling, combined of course with the Sci/Fi post apocalyptic scenario. And certainly it makes more painful, the thought of how a departure the Filmation cartoon was from the original concept (which turned He-Man to a generic super hero kind of guy, just one of the hundreds, instead of the unique Fantasy character and its world that he lived in, that Mattel's artists originally have envisioned). But trying to deny the barbarian roots of He-Man, is equivalent of denying someone's past, compromising its future in the process.