Not going to continue to labourous quote on each point I agree or don't agree with.
We've all had it out already on the KG storyline.
But I do have some points.
Grayskull vs. Greenskull... I'm actually more inclined to agree with Val in that I've also always kind of figured the green was from a moss or a lichen because the castle is THAT OLD.
Mark Taylor's sculpt shows that, it's a gray blue plastic, with green spray painted over everything. Skull incluced.
But I also laugh with Emiliano on the whole Glut guy naming it after his wife, Gray. So there you go.
King Grayskull cheapening He-Man? I think you guys are missing the point that Adam still was the "chosen one". Randor wasn't. Keldor wasn't. Could they wield the power had they been given the opportunity? Who knows? But Adam and Adora were chosen, prophesied about, whatever, to become respectively He-Man and She-Ra.
How did KG get the power? Well, again, all we got was a 20 min. episode with no opportunities to further explain things. It was more of a very abbreviated bedtime story of the events. Again, I chalk that up as a leave it to your imagination, which is half the fun of any line, and possible story fodder for future stories.
Again, those against KG have their arguing points, which are valid to the individual. But one thing we all can't shake and that's the fact that Mattel is holding onto King Grayskull and using him as much as anything else in the mythos. He's not going away.
Look, I wish I would wish away Prince Adam as I feel from my perspective he cheapens He-Man. But I can't. He's a part of the mythos.