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Busta Toons' Blog! (#0101 - #0200)

Since January 1st 2006 The He-Man and She-Ra Blog! written by James "Busta Toons" Eatock has entertained thousands of fans worldwide. Now, on a regular basis, those very posts will start appearing on He-Man.org! And if you feel the need, discuss the posts in the Busta Toons Blog! thread on the forums. Here are posts #0101 - #0200.

They had names you know...
Editing certain model sheets can have dramatic results!
Tri-Klops was memorable in his own minicomic.
A colorful image from a Princess of Power minicomic.
Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko, and Barry Windsor Smith are all referenced in a storyboard.
Initially the artists at Filmation were unsure what the abyss should look like.
Just where did that name come from?
A memorable character had an alternate design...
Bow had very distinct features in one particular illustration...
Skeletor ties the knot!
Ram Man rams Skeletor!
A beautiful Bruce Timm image shows a good use of blacks.
Just like a movie montage we see He-Man and Stridor cross Eternia.
Skeletor relaxes as his latest plan begins...
Hoove demonstrates an awful kick, and even more awful dialogue!
Castle Grayskull looks odd on top of a hill...
Occasionally the Ladybird books were sugary sweet...
Man-At-Arms attempts to save Evil-Lyn!
There was a reason Admiral Scurvy looked the way he did.
The evil henchman reacts oddly to his fellow villains...
Teela is unconscious, as Beast Man approaches...
Karatti was very different in his comic book appearances!
An interesting variation of the bright green vehicle appeared in the UK comics.
An undignified image of Skeletor and Zodac...
A unique name for King Hiss appeared in one UK comic panel.
A wand came with her action figure, but was rarely ever used in the stories told...
He-Man's high-tech shield made very few appearances...
Hal Sutherland illustrates a cute panel featuring a young Prince Adam and Cringer.
He-Man makes his first appearance in the She-Ra Ladybird books!
He-Man and Skeletor duel with the fury of evil surrounding them!
Even when being overpowered Skeletor never stops talking!
He-Man and Skeletor create the Power Sword!
Skeletor strikes out at a very convenient statue of He-Man...
Three familiar Eternian characters appeared in She-Ra...
Man-At-Arms was originally engaging in target practice...
Man-At-Arms begins to raise Teela as his own daughter.
The idea was there, but the designs were very different...
Not every vehicle makes it past the test stage.
In this deleted scene we see that Trap Jaw is rather slow!
Why did Kittrina run up and place her hand on He-Man's shoulder?
The Sorceress rarely looked wide-eyed...
Rattlor and Tung Lashor have an interesting conversation...
Faker in all his glory!
In the second UK annual published we were treated to seeing Man-E-Faces out of his costume!
Does that child possess the Sword of Power?
The UK comic strip Bananaman acknowledged He-Man...
Robert Lamb had numerous ideas for episodes; one of them featured Stratos...
Tri-Klops confuses his model sheet pose with Prince Adam's!
Most background characters were not supposed to stand out!
A unique sub-plot was seen in the Ladybird books...
Who will win?!
The memorable Zactons make a rather throwaway appearance...
An odd piece of animation shows something we have never seen before...
Are these the actions of the good guys?
An amusing background visual has Catra revealing her cat-like tendancies!
He-Man and Battle Cat appear together for the first time!
Mantenna finally gets revenge...
Skeletor's imposing ship is revealed to a sleeping Beast Man.
A unique structure appears in a very unique She-Ra episode...
Skeletor attacks He-Man in an action-packed illustration.
Skeletor's unique grouping of Evil Warriors...
He-Man defeats the Horde and reveals an unseen plot.
The moon made numerous appearances in the She-Ra canon.
The Iron Master raises He-Man's Sword of Power!
Beast Man and Mer-Man impersonate one another.
The true villains from the Christmas-themed special...
Keith Tucker illustrates Spritina with great detail.
Orko was drawn with an extra finger!
Trap Jaw bears the brunt of a gag more than once.
The rarely seen other side of Snake Mountain.
Catra is just plain mean.
The Sorceress displays her killer figure!
Shadow Weaver's former life is revealed.
The UK comic prepared to take a new direction...
Prince Adam returns a box...
An interesting-looking female appears...
What if Filmation had followed the script?
He-Man speaks, but no words come out!
The Sand Demon was originally more demonic...
Some unique artwork appeared in a UK annual...
A suggested design appears in a script.
She-Ra and Bow shield their eyes.
Whose side was she on?
It was mentioned in the episode, but never seen!
Even though danger threatens, Teela relaxes.
Skeletor's henchmen hold Stratos captive.
Many unique designs make up this particular cast.
A more humanoid creature was originally designed.
Huntara was not supposed to be purple.
He-Man showcases the attributes of the Jet Sled!
Bow takes charge of the rebels.
Skeletor is at his most casual...
Teela learns more about Prince Adam...
Skeletor and Evil-Lyn ride Panthor...
Early designs of two Horde villains appear in the storyboards.
Skeletor levitates outside of Castle Grayskull!
Certain notations of currency appear on an alien world.
Time flies on Etheria...
A montage of impossible love!
Hordak has an interesting way of capturing Adora...
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