He-Man.org gives a very special thanks to Matt R. and Adam Tyner.
In 1995 Adam Tyner started one of the first MOTU sites on the internet. Originally sparse in content, Adam plugged away at it until it became the largest fan resource for MOTU, equipped with toy and cartoon info as well as a board for fans to interact
Read Adam's story of how his site began.
In 1996, Matt R. set out with his own idea. Matt wanted a comprehensive guide for MOTU filled with tons of images and detailed information about MOTU, especially about the toys, books, and comics.
This guide was originally a stand-alone program fans could download for use on their computer. But, Matt eventually found it was easier to maintain and access if he had the content online, so he created his own website.
During this time, Jason Moore had setup He-Man.org. His idea was to have a complete resource for all MOTU fans online. After realizing he did not have the time to complete this task, he invited Matt and Adam to host their sites, the two largest on the internet, on He-Man.org.
Eventually, Matt and Adam decided to join their efforts and create the ultimate Masters of the Universe resource. And after a year of dedicated effort, the two sites merged forming our very own He-Man.org.
Debuting as a comprehensive masterpiece in 1999, He-Man.org has continued to grow beyond the capacity of anyone's imagination. Known world-wide as the #1 resource for MOTU, the site has become a daily stop for fans and creators alike.
Although they have moved on, their vision continues to grow every day. We will always be thankful for their efforts. Without them, we wouldn't have the resource we have today. They truly are Masters of