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of the Universe Adventure Magazine
UK. Issue #18, 1989.
final totally new MOTU magazine ever. From then on,
this comic series published only New Adventures.
Continued from last issue. Scrollos and his robots record
the adventures of the time traveller they found about
in the last issue, and put them together into a new
story 1: "Sense of Danger"
Reprinted from the regular series.
story 2: "Broom's Day off"
Reprinted from issue #47 of the regular comic series.
story 3: "A Flight of Fancy"
Orko, Cringer and Gwildor find a strange-looking carpet.
Orko uses his magic to turn it into a flying carpet,
and it starts to fly them through the air. They pass
Snake Mountain- and Skeletor sees them and orders his
minions to take to the air vehicles and blast them out
of the sky. (Cont'd)
This one seems to be drawn by the same artist who did
that really weird poster in issue #15- but this one
isn't so weird, and features He-Man, Skeletor, Grizzlor,
Stinkor, Hordak and Evil-Lyn.
Flight of Fancy" (Cont'd)
Gwildor uses his Cosmic Key to teleport the evil warriors
into the plant dimension, where they are attacked by
plants. But the effect doesn't last long and they are
teleported back... The Sorceress warns He-Man of the
danger his friends are in, and he and the heroic warriors
set out to rescue them. Meanwhile, Gwildor uses his
Cosmic Key to give Skeletor a false image of Eternos
City being taken over by Hordak. As Skeletor recovers
from the shock of the vision, Gwildor, Orko and Cringer
swoop down on him on the carpet, and scatter the evil
warriors just as He-Man and the heroic warriors arrive.
The heroic warriors return with their friends to the
palace, where Gwildor, Orko and Cringer tell Adam, Teela
and Man-At-Arms about their adventure. This was the
last new MOTU story ever to be printed in this comic
story 3: "The Third Moon"
Reprinted from the original comic series.
back cover features some pictures from the New Adventures
series, and explains that He-Man and Skeletor are leaving
Eternia to take their battle into the depths of space.
bad on the whole, at this point the New Adventures looked
pretty tempting- but when we found out more, we realised
what a great loss the MOTU comic series was.)