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Answers to WTFWTK 2.101
June 4, 2013 2:39 am by JVS3

Mattel has once again provided answers to your questions.
Thanks again to them for taking the time to answer these!
Check out their answers to your Round 101 questions!

This round of questions were selected by facet.
Thanks to that fan for their help!

1. facet: Who are the 2 snakemen on page 2/3 of the third new mini-comic, directly to the right of Blast-Attak?

Directly to the right of Blast Attak is Modulok, Snake Mek A Neck, Squeeze and Fang-or.

2. Niki: The original two vintage Comet Warriors who were chosen to be the SDCC 2013 MOTUC exclusive have opened up another new fraction with in MOTUC. In the mini-comic "Escape From The Slime Pit" two others were featured. A yellow/orange/pink female and a green/silver/blue male. What are their names?

Pebblass and Bould-or

3. Shokoti's Slave: How is it possible for Teela to become both the Queen of Eternia as well as the new Sorceress of Grayskull?

Her mother had to sever all ties like relationships in order to protect the power inside of Grayskull. How can Teela not have to do the same? She can't exactly protect Grayskull from the Royal Palace. Castle Grayskull no longer exists by the time Teela is Queen.

4. King Tamusk: You've said before that Eldor is special, because he was a prototype and not a concept character. And you've already released He-Ro and the Star Sisters which are other prototypes. What is the importance of remaining prototype characters like Evil Robot, Darius, and Mara? Are they characters we will see in 2014/2015, or are they ones that will likely be held until 2016?

These are all characters we'd like to get to and they do take a bit more priority over more obscure characters like Illumina or Crimson Fury. Time will tell if we can get them into the toy line!

5. jibernish: Can you tell us about the decision making process that went into making Teela so sexually provocative looking in the new DC Comics? Was it Mattel's idea or DC's idea? Was it approved? Teela has never had super powers like many MOTU characters. Her formidability comes from her inner strength and iron will. Seeing her dress this way, especially to go into battle, is in direct opposition to one of her most prominent character traits. It's an especially interesting decision given that He-Man, a warrior with exponentially greater physical powers and less need for body armor, has been sheathed head to toe in armor.

You would need to ask DC about this. The team behind MOTUC is only working on the Classics toy line. The MOTU comic is an initiative from DC and their interpretation of the MOTU universe. We can’t comment on aspects of the franchise outside of the toy line in these sessions.

Check out what fans have to say about the answers to the WTFWTK 2.101, as well as find links to all the previous WTFWTK sessions!

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