This page keeps you up-to-date with the latest additions to the website as they occur. Be sure to subscribe to the official Facebook page for this site, which will not only keep you in the loop regarding updates but will feature additional info and news on anything UK MOTU/POP Comics-related!
The review of Issue #9 of the She-Ra comic - the special Christmas issue - is now live.
The review of She-Ra Issue #8 has been amended slightly with a correction made; for the story "Broom Saves the Day" was mistakenly credited to Brian Clarke when in fact it is by Pat Kelleher. The review has been updated accordingly.
The review of Issue #20 of the MOTU comic - the first special Christmas edition of MOTU - is now live.
The review of Issue #8 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #19 of the MOTU comic is now live.
The review of Issue #7 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #18 of the MOTU comic is now live.
The review of Issue #6 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #17 of the MOTU comic is now live.
The review of the Twins of Power Special is now live.
The review of Issue #5 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #16 of the MOTU comic is now live.
The review of Issue #4 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #15 of the MOTU comic is now live.
Thanks to our friend in Spain, Dani Ramón Abril, co-author of Yo tengo el Poder: la historia de los Masters del Universo en España, we have been able to put a name to every piece of artwork in the UK MOTU and She-Ra comics - covers, stories et al. (The artwork having been provided by the Spanish company Selecciones Illustradas.) Every review on the site has now been updated with the artist credit for each individual cover and story!
The review of Issue #3 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #14 of the MOTU comic is now live.
Part 3 of our Interview with James Hill is now live.
The second part of the Interview With James Hill is live.
The first part of the Interview With James Hill is live.
The review of She-Ra Issue #2 has been rewritten slightly, thanks to Petteri Höglund providing me with the missing page.
The review of Issue #2 of the She-Ra comic is now live.
The review of Issue #13 of MOTU is now live.
Added a Blog to the site, and the first blog entry: The name Light Spinner comes from the UK Comics. NOT from Filmation. Please share this post far and wide!
The relaunch of the site is finally live, with a total redesign plus reviews of MOTU Issue #12, and the debut of our She-Ra Comic Review section with the review of the She-Ra Preview Issue! Thanks everyone for your patience!
The review of Issue #11 has been added!
The review of Issue #10 has been added!
The review of Issue #9 has finally been added - apologies for the delay!
The review of Issue #7 has now been added.
The review of Issue #6 has now been added.
The review of Issue #5 has now been added.
The review of Issue #4 has now been added.
The review of Issue #3 has now been added.
The review of Issue #2 has now been added.
Let's all wish a Happy Birthday to Brian Clarke aka Scrollos, editor and lead writer of the UK MOTU/POP Comics!
Thanks Brian from all He-Man and She-Ra fans worldwide for your hard work on the comics and your contributions to MOTU/POP lore.
(Credit goes to Jukka Issakainen for the fantastic birthday graphic!)
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Part 1 of the site's first interview, the Interview with Brian Clarke, the comics' lead editor and writer, has gone live! This is a very long interview and will be posted in several parts, continuing next week!
I will be joining James Eatock, one of my co-collaborators on the book He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: A Character Guide and World Compendium, for a book signing at Orbital Comics in London next week, as part of the UK launch of the book! Check out the Facebook page for the event here.
If you're in the London area next Saturday, feel free to drop by at Orbital Comics for a personalized signed copy of the book! :-)
It has been brought to my attention that the mobile-friendly view of the website does not currently display correctly on various mobile devices. As the site is designed with Wix, unfortunately Wix websites are only compatible with iPhone: iOS 10 and above and Android: 7.0 and above, as apparently less than 0.03% of users of Wix websites access their sites from other devices. So my apologies to any users accessing the site from another make of mobile device- I will do my best to find a way around this and will contact the technical staff at Wix regarding the problem!
Thanks to Chris Reeves for making me aware of this.
Site went live today!