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Last Updated: 23 June 2017
Nate Baertsch is a talented artist who is a designer on Masters of the Universe Classics and colorist on the MOTUC mini comics. He contributed He-Man and She-Ra illustrations to the MVCreations Masters of the Universe comic book series, is a concept artist on the MOTU Tweeterhead busts, and helped to design He-Man collectibles from Icon Heroes such as the recently released Castle Grayskull and Snake Mountain polystone environments.
Garry Chalk was the voice of He-Man, Artilla, President Pell, Alcon, Krone, and Andros in the New Adventures of He-Man cartoon series as well as Man-At-Arms and Whiplash in the Mike Young Productions He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series on Cartoon Network.
Paul Cleveland was an engineer and Vice President of Marketing at Mattel during the original run of Masters of the Universe. Paul’s suggestion of a battle action waist became a staple in the production of the action figures and he was involved with the brand all the way through the live action motion picture.
ANTHONY DE LONGIS
Anthony De Longis played Blade in the 1987 Masters of the Universe motion picture along with also filling the role of Frank Langella’s stunt double.
Djordje Djokovic is a sculptor and graphic artist that has designed and sculpted figures for companies and brands such as Gears of War, Marvel, DC, and Assassin’s Creed. He has also assisted the Four Horsemen on such toy lines as the Seventh Kingdom, Gothitropolis, and, most importantly for He-Man and She-Ra fans, the current He-Man brand: Masters of the Universe Classics. In fact, Mr. Djokovic’s work can be seen all the way back in the days of the NECA released MOTU mini-statues, affectionately known to fans as the “Stactions”!
Paul Dobson is a voice actor who provided the voices for Tri-Klops, Man-E-Faces, Snake Face, Trap Jaw, and Chief Carnivus in the Mike Young Productions He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon series on Cartoon Network.
Michael Donovan is a talented voice actor who brought King Randor, Count Marzo, Tung Lashor, and Roboto to life in the 2002 Mike Young Productions He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series that aired on Cartoon Network while also serving as the Voice Director for the series. He also voiced General Nifel in Jetlag’s New Adventures of He-Man along with other additional voices.
James “Busta Toons” Eatock worked on The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: A Complete Guide — the official guide to the Filmation He-Man and She-Ra cartoon series, and the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Character Guide and World Compendium, all published by Dark Horse Comics.
Mark Ellis was the Director of Marketing for Male Action Toys, Games, and Novelties at Mattel during the original run of the Masters of the Universe toy line. Among other great accomplishments, he had the original idea to promote the toyline with a cartoon and held the original meeting with Filmation.
Chelsea Field is known to He-Man fans for her portrayal of Teela in the 1987 live action Masters of the Universe motion picture. Note: Chelsea Field will be appearing on Saturday only; limited engagement.
Gérald Forton is an artist who illustrated the He-Man newspaper comic strips and also served as a model artist, character designer, and layout artist on Filmation’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power cartoon series.
Meg Foster portrayed Evil-Lyn in the 1987 live-action motion picture, Masters of the Universe.
The Four Horsemen are the toy designers behind the Masters of the Universe Classics and Filmation adult collector lines, as well as the 200X He-Man relaunch from Mattel.
Artist Axel Giménez has worked on the Masters of the Universe Classics mini comics and box art as well as the DC Comics monthly He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic book series.
Gary Goddard was the director of the 1987 live action Masters of the Universe motion picture from Cannon Films.
Leanne Hannah was the editor for the MVCreations He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic book series. She also illustrated volume 3, issue 7 of the series as well as provided pin-ups and color assists at various points during the run. Recently, Leanne worked on several of the new Dark Horse Book releases: The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: The Newspaper Comic Strips, and the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Minicomic Collection.
Zack Hoffman played the role of Man-At-Arms in the Masters of the Universe Power Tour. He was also the voice of Zartan in the original GI Joe cartoon series!
Gabe Khouth is a voice actor who portrayed Orko and Mekaneck in the 2002 Mike Young Productions He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Masters of the Universe vs the SnakeMen.
Jonboy Meyers is a published author and an illustrator of children’s and young adult books. He worked on the recent DC Comics He-Man: Eternity War series as well as the MVCreations Masters of the Universe comic book series, including interior pages for the Rise of the Snake Men mini-series.
Chogrin Muñoz is an illustrator & storyteller from Guayaquil, Ecuador. His work is inspired by classic animated cartoons, comics, film, video games, and Latin-American folklore. Apart from working on his own artwork, he also curates art exhibitions for various galleries around the world, which included multiple exhibits focusing on He-Man and She-Ra that were showcased at Gallery 1988.
You will recognize the legendary Masters of the Universe illustrator Rudy Obrero from such works as the original box art featured on the Battle Cat packaging. Obrero has even returned to work on Masters of the Universe Classics, providing the box art to the new Wind Raider and the maps that came with the MOTUC subscriptions.
Jeremy Padawer was the brand and marketing manager at Mattel who worked directly with the 2002 relaunch of Masters of the Universe. He worked with not only the Four Horsemen but the fan community as well over the course of the brand.
Gus Park portrayed Ninjor and provided fight choreography work for the Masters of the Universe Power Tour that visited 35 cities, including venues coast to coast from Radio City Music Hall to the LA Sports Arena. Gus has now worked on various movies, TV shows, commercials, and music videos as an actor, stunt man, and grip.
Connie Schurr was the colorist on the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe newspaper strips. The strips were recently released as a hardback collection from Dark Horse Books.
William Stout is an American fantasy artist and illustrator who was the production designer for the 1987 Masters of the Universe live-action motion picture.
ERIC VAN BAARS
Eric Van Baars portrayed Skeletor in the Masters of the Universe Power Tour.
JACK and LESLIE WADSWORTH
Jack and Leslie Wadsworth portrayed the most powerful man in the universe and princess of power herself, He-Man and She-Ra, on the Masters of the Universe Power Tour.
KAREN WILLSON and CHRIS WEBER
Husband and wife writing team Chris Weber and Karen Willson worked on both Filmation’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power. They wrote on such episodes as “The Toy Maker,” “The Crown of Knowledge,” and “One to Count On”. Not stopping there, Mr. Weber wrote the He-Man newspaper comic strips while Ms. Wilson served as editor. The newspaper strips were recently released as a collective hardback from Dark Horse Books.