Savage He-Man takes on SkeleGod in Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 | Source: Mattel/Netflix

As noted in Mattel’s third quarter earnings this week, the Masters of the Universe franchise is finally moving the needle in the toy department again with a variety of products for kids and collectors alike. That success is being fueled by animated content on Netflix with two, distinctly different animated series powering a new age of storytelling.

This summer, Masters of the Universe: Revelation proved to be a divisive affair that left audiences hanging with a cliffhanger after just five episodes. On Nov. 23, the series led by showrunner Kevin Smith (Clerks) returns for a conclusion that pits Savage He-Man (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) against SkeleGod (Mark Hamill) in a continuing battle for Eternia. Check out the official trailer below.

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“For years it was assumed that Prince Adam could only call upon the Power of Grayskull using the Sword of Power, but Adam himself always wondered what would happen if he called upon the power without the sword,” said PJ Lewis, vice president, global head – action figures, Mattel in a statement earlier this month. “We now know the answer: Savage He-Man.”

Masters of the Universe (MOTU) currently has its largest presence at retail since the 1980s with MOTU Origins action figures, vehicles, and playsets; Masterverse action figures and beasts; a range of Mini Figures; a Mega Construx line; and extensions into other Mattel brands, including Hot Wheels, Imaginext, and Fisher-Price Little People. Additionally, a robust licensing program has seen a wide array of MOTU product hit the market via FYE, Mondo, Factory Entertainment, and more.