Masters of the Universe: Revelation Will get an Artwork Ebook From Darkish Horse Comics

Whilst He-Man followers await the second half of Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Darkish Horse Comics continues to broaden on this fantastical saga. IGN can completely reveal the primary particulars on Darkish Horse’s latest MotU challenge, The Artwork of Masters of the Universe: Revelation.

Like Darkish Horse’s quite a few different artwork books, The Artwork of Masters of the Universe: Revelation is a lavish hardcover that includes quite a few behind-the-scenes interviews, sketches, idea artwork and different glimpses on the improvement of the animated sequence. Take a look at the quilt artwork under:

Picture Credit score: Darkish Horse/Mattel

The Artwork of Masters of the Universe: Revelation is priced at $49.99 and is scheduled for launch on April 6, 2022.

Darkish Horse beforehand launched a Revelation comedian e-book sequence that acts as a prequel to the present. The writer additionally introduced the collected version of that prequel sequence will hit shops on February 22, 2022.

IGN’s Matt Fowler gave Masters of the Universe: Revelation Half 1 an 8, writing “Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation is a giant take-having, large swing-taking He-Man sequel that beautifully flips the script on the mythos and characters. It makes the daring selection that Prince Adam and He-Man needs to be integral to the story, however not central, permitting them to push ahead others’ arcs in attention-grabbing new methods.”

The animated sequence will return to Netflix for its second half on November 23, as a part of a jam-packed month that additionally consists of the debut of the long-awaited Cowboy bebop live-action sequence.

Jesse is a mild-mannered workers author for IGN. Permit him to lend a machete to your mental thicket by following @jschedeen on Twitter.

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