As some of you know I self-publish a glossy magazine called cereal:geek, which focuses strictly on animated shows from the eighties. Each issue features 100 pages with no ads, containing refreshing and enlightening articles, illustrations, scripts, storyboards, a wealth of unseen production materials, and interviews with those individuals that helped shape this particular decade of animation history.

Below are just a few examples of the He-Man and She-Ra articles and illustrations that have appeared across the first five issues. Find out more at www.cerealgeek.com - Be sure to pick up the incredibly affordable 100 page PDF specials, too!

Some content from issue #1...
#01 - Teela and Evil-Lyn
#02 - New Adventures of He-Man Comic Cover
#03 - "Diamond Ray of Disappearance" Toy Advert Test
#04 - Robert Lamb on Violence
#05 - Queen Angella

Some content from issue #2...
#06 - She-Ra
#07 - Skeletor's From Toy To Toon
#08 - Prince Adam
#09 - Prince Adam and Drissi
#10 - Skeletor versus Skeletor

Some content from issue #3...
#11 - New Adventures of He-Man introduction
#12 - Sorceress
#13 - Evil Warriors
#14 - Masters of the Universe
#15 - He-Man, Orko, and the season two cast

Some content from issue #4...
#16 - Skeletor
#17 - "Sweet Bee's Home"
#18 - He-Man Comic Cover
#19 - Masque overpowers He-Man
#20 - Larry DiTillio writes about "House of Shokoti"

Some content from issue #5...
#21 - Beast Man Top Trump
#22 - Prince Adam, Orko, and a DC Comic
#23 - DC Comics article
#24 - He-Man revised Series Bible material
#25 - Frosta and Iceman

Enjoy!