20 March 2012

Two Fright Zones?!

In issue thirteen of the UK Masters of the Universe comic Scrollos answers a question as to why the Fright Zone in the She-Ra cartoon series is different to the Fright Zone that appears in comic, which it should be stated is based on the toy playset. On this occasion I think the answer provided is actually quite logical...


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5 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Agreed! Wow, I like how Scrollos acknowledges the cartoon series. :) While on the subject, I'm curious about a story behind the two versions of Snake Mountain, between the cartoon series and the toy play-set! ~"KevyGuy" :)

Chris (He-Fan) said...

This is a great illustration of why the UK comic was so good - they seemed to make a great effort to provide the comic stories with a sense of continuity and to quash anything that might "break the magic". Great stuff! :)

Miss M said...

I love this! And it does seem like a logical answer.

Grimbot said...

@Kevin Martinell

I think the explanation was that toy version was the upgraded version of Filmation version.

ToonJukka said...

Kevin: UK Comics have also explained the two different Snake Mountains (toy vs cartoon) and James has in fact ALREADY highlighted that in his blog. :D

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