Honda had us all weepy-eyed with nostalgia during its first run of holiday ads this year that used our favorite '80s toys to lure us into buying a car. The strategy probably didn't convince every child of the '80s to run out and buy a new ride, but that's ok because it means Honda just keeps churning out more of these…
I'm so glad the latest videos in Honda's bizarre, toy-themed adverts are for good causes, because otherwise... well, these would be just as nightmarishly terrible, but there would be nothing hopeful to feel about after watching them!
Daily affirmations delivered by He-Man's nemesis Skeletor. That is all.
This week in the world of cartoons, Gravity Falls takes a shot at Nick Cage's National Treasure franchise, Adventure Time gets really trippy, and we receive what might be the best episode of Ultimate Spider-Man episode yet.
This is Little Quentin, just your run-of-the-mill wordless animated short about a giant rabbit, a clown, and a hardened Sam Spade archetype out on the town in a hardboiled metropolis. As any good Twilight Zone fan knows, all is not what it seems when massive cottontails hang out with astronauts. This short comes to…
Every now and again, supervillains will try a new outfit or modus operandi to thwart their do-gooding nemeses. Sometimes this tactic works, and the new schtick becomes part and parcel of a character's mythos. Other times, this change lasts 15 minutes and everyone forgets it ever happened. These are those times.
When it came to selling action figures depicting a friendly barbarian and his mutated, alternate dimension pals, Mattel spared no expense on the artwork. Here are some ridiculous detailed tableaus depicting the Master of the Universe and his wild gang.
Skeletor is known for his nefarious schemes, wheezy laugh, and for being a 1980s fashion iconoclast (after all, he more or less invented the hood/loin cloth/ram's skull staff combo).
In the Kingdom of Eternia, there are fates worse than having "He-Man" or "Fisto" on your birth certificate. You could be a moss-yeti or an anthropomorphic pin cushion. If your parents gave you the following toys, they didn't love you.
Gallery 1988's art shows frequently pay tribute to fantastical popular culture, and soon the gallery will take a trip to Eternia with its Masters of the Universe show. Take a peek at how the artists reinterpret He-Man, Skeletor, and more.
Seriously, those green LED eyes would stare questioningly, deep into my soul while I tweak its switchable analog/digital nipples. It's modeled after the DualShock controller, and supports the PS3, PS2, and PCs. It looks bizarre, and I like it.
Click to viewDarth Vader rocks out with the rest of the original Star Wars cast in this awesome painting by Hugh Fleming. Vader has starred in more than his fair share of offbeat and arresting artworks, but he's not alone — other classic science fiction villains have also inspired some provocative and clever art, from…
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe screenwriter: "If we don't see the humanity and the truth in what [supervillain] Skeletor's trying to do, then the story's not compelling." He also explains why you can't be afraid to say the words "He-Man," and the importance of staying true to He-Man's science fiction roots.…
Skeletor, from He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe, is like a Heavy Metal icon, reigning over Castle Grayskull with his rocker-dude cloak and skull face. His unmistakable scowl has turned up on walls in the Netherlands and South America, and all over the United States. Artists like Meggs and Jon Vermilyea have…
Reader Aaron, being a fan of 80s pop culture and voiding warranties, skinned an old G3 iBook and took pictures. And with laptops, just like exes, naked pictures always wind up on the internet. Another thing they have in common: they both have the nickname Skeletor.