Upon learning of the Towers of Eternia's return, Hordak realizes there is enough power in them to destroy Grayskull forever (interestingly, according to him, he also helped build them!). Hordak captures the Sorceress and devises a plan to lure Randor to the three towers and abduct him. Adam, upon realizing the scheme, changes into He-Man and follows Randor's tracks. Apparently only the king of Eternia can pass through the gates of the towers unharmed, and that is why Hordak has tricked him into coming.English/German/Italian/French quadrilingual version in Europe and Canada:
Upon arriving, Randor gets hurt, while He-Man mops up with Hordak's cronies. He-Man checks on Randor and sets after Hordak, who is inside the Central Tower. Hordak turns and greets He-Man nicely, but runs out of the tower in disgust because the tower is making him good. Outside, Hordak tries to destroy the tower with his Hurricane powers, but they are gone.
The Sorceress and He-Man can't understand how Hordak has been made helpless. Angered, Hordak lashes out with his new Buzz-Saw powers. He-Man defends himself, and Hordak leaves to learn about his new powers. He-Man comments that Hordak has clued them to the fact that the Towers enable time travel and how to enter the towers, and that they have a greater foe to face now.
1987, Series 6.
Packaged with Buzz-Saw Hordak and Mosquitor.
The comic was also available as
"Enter: Buzz-Saw Hordak!" (UK/Canadian English)
"Hordaks gefährliche Verwandlung" (German)
"Entra... Hordak Seganemici!" (Italian)
"Hordak le Diabolique entre en Scene!" (French)
"Clanek le Diabolique entre en Scene!" (Canadian French)