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of the Universe Adventure Magazine
UK. Issue #11, 1988.
story 1: "Enter the Ninjor"
Skeletor, in the heart of Snake Mountain, uses his magic
to create a new warrior in his image- Scare Glow. He
then reveals another new warrior- Ninjor. He sends them
both out to destroy He-Man. He-Man and Fisto are flying
towards Viper Tower to explore the building, unaware
that they are being watched by Ninjor and Scare Glow.
Inside the tower, He-Man finds hieroglyphic-like pictures
on the wall, which are in fact the ancient language
of the Snake Men, telling of how they devoted themselves
to war before being defeated by the Elders. Ninjor and
Scare Glow (who is invisible in the light but not the
dark) break into the control tower, spy on He-Man and
Fisto via a monitor, and activate a defence system,
which causes spikes to emerge from the walls, ceiling
and floor where He-Man and Fisto stand. He-Man breaks
the floor away with a mighty punch, and he and Fisto
slip out of the trap and into a hole in the ground.
The spikes then start to sink back into their containers,
and He-Man and Fisto make their way to another room.
But Ninjor activates another trap and a weapon emerges
from the wall. He-Man smashes it but soon some mechanical
wires emerge. They defeat them, but then follows a buzz-saw-
yep, you guessed it, they defeat that too- but the corridor
then forms itself into a larger room. They have to deal
with several more traps, before Ninjor and Scare Glow
decide to attack them themselves. As they fight, He-Man
smashes a light with a bolt from his sword. The room
plunges into darkness and Scare Glow becomes visible.
Ninjor and Scare Glow run from the heroes, but continue
to spy outside. They see He-Man and Fisto emerge, talking
about a new power source they have found, and Ninjor
and Scare Glow plan to strike back and seize it.
story 2: "Skeletor: Lord of the Air"
Reprinted from issue #11 of the regular magazine.
and Scare Glow are given a great introduction, though
sadly they were only to appear in the background of
stories from then on.)