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Issue 17 - 1989
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Collection: UK - Masters of the Universe Adventure
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Month: June
Year: 1989
Production Country: United Kingdom
Issue: 17
Language: English

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Scrollos
Continued from the last issue's Scrollos strip. Scrollos traces the beam that attacked him to the planet Primus. He does not know why Primus has attacked him, but he prepares his robots and battle stations to fight. But then his sensors report that the energy beam was not an attack, but a teleportation beam leading to Primus. The person within the beam was travelling there to battle against evil. Scrollos sets course for Primus, to find out more about this space traveller. (Continued in next issue)

Feature story 1: "Monster Mayhem"
Reprinted from the original comic series.

Feature story 2: "Gwildor's Gamble" (English translation of the German comic "Die Seuche des Satans" from Ehapa)
Gwildor is entertaining the heroic warriors with stories produced by his cosmic key. Orko and Cringer find the stories boring and go off for a walk, but when they rest by a river, they see evil warriors in the woods, about to use pollen from the flowers. Orko and Cringer go back to the palace to warn the other warriors, but they refuse to help, saying they know too little about the plan to act. The next day, however, Eternia is hit by a terrible plague, that even affects Man-At-Arms! Adam becomes He-Man and consults Gwildor, who says he can use his key to teleport them back in time, to find the cure. He takes He-Man and Teela to a period in Eternia's history, with a remarkable resemblance to Ancient Rome. He-Man rescues a girl from a bullfight, but they find no cure so Gwildor takes them to another time period. This one is FAR too Earth-like, with French-looking guards, but there's no cure so they teleport away to another time zone, where they are attacked by Desert Fighters. But there's still no cure, so Gwildor uses the key again, but it returns them back to their own time period. Gwildor realises he has failed. Meanwhile, however, Orko is sneaking around finding out what Skeletor is doing, and he finds scent bombs, which are made from the flowers. Orko sets a timer on the scent bomb machine, which causes it to self-destruct. The plague victims return to full health, and King Randor presents Orko with a medal for his bravery.

Feature story 3: "The Nowhere Bomb"
Reprinted from the regular comic series.

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