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Shadows Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
2001 8 8
Warner Bros. Television Animation
 featuring Zeta/Zee, Rosalie "Ro" Rowan, Agent James Bennett, Agent West, Agent Lee, Terence "Terry" McGinnis/Batman, Bruce Wayne; more Characters More Cartoon Characters...

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Shadows 8 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: orient_celts, April 02, 2004

I watched this episode yesterday and now I'm pinching myself for not keeping close attention to the series. The highlights of the episode were: Z transforms to a little kid in order to process fun leading him to be befriended by a kid, the scene between the doctor explaining Z about the newest scanning hospital equipment, the hospital bedside scene where Z questions himself whether he should let Ro continue to accompany him in his search for the developers, Batman mistakes Z as the originator of the mall rampage lastly, the final destruction of the other infiltration unit at the hospital.
The incidences of mistaken identities made by Batman against Z heightened the already suspenseful segment since the second infiltration unit seemed unstoppable and I had thought Z would be destroyed.
The story was good and I didn't see immediately that the hospital's scanning equipment would be instrumental in destroying the 2nd infiltration robot. I enjoyed watching the episode and I can't wait what will happen next.
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2002
Mike Young Productions
 featuring Prince Adam/He-Man, Keldor, Skeletor, Teela, Evil-Lyn, Whiplash, King Randor, Orko, Mekaneck, Stratos, Mer-Man; more Characters More Cartoon Characters....

He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe BCDB Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5/5 stars from 2 users.)

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 8 out of 5 stars

Can't wait to see the rest of the series

Reviewed by: orient_celts, September 24, 2003

This updated version of Filmation's 1983 He-man: Master of the Universe brought back life to the characters I grew up to enjoy as a kid. I didn't quite expect it.
Everything about Eternia was revamped such as: more details were added in
for the various characters faces, their respective costumes, the colors used, the landscapes, King Randor's castle, Snake mountain, the gadgets used by the characters populating the planet and the fierce Battlecat and possibly more but these were the ones that I noticed immediately.
When Origins (Parts 1-3) was aired, I noticed during the characters fight
scenes had employed an Oriental martial arts feel into delivering their counter-attacks. It was good although it would have become better if the execution of the techniques for individual characters were slightly varied because no two person showcasing a prelude strike using a staff - in the same/ mirror-like manner -their unique style would eventually surface.
The storylines were excellent like its predecesor and I can't wait to watch more of the episodes. I'm wondering if the past 'issues' about Teela and the Sorceress will be address in this series too and how it will be treated.
The moral of the story found at the end of every episode, is one of my favorites. I was happy that the format was retained through this 'updated' version. It was one of the things why way back in 1983, He-man was my top animated show.
Will She-ra be following this 'renewed' state too? I hope so. In all, I'm
looking forward for the next adventures of Adam/He-man and company as they
protect Eternia from Skeletor.
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