If you remember ’80s TV’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, you will appreciate this. This is the first in Unemployed Skeletor’s Blog Of Evil, and it’s the funniest thing I have seen in quite a while, and I’ve stayed up waaaay too late on a Saturday night watching some of the forty-two installments plus numerous extra editions. LOL!!

Click here to see ol’ Skelly’s first blog entry (the embedding code for YouTube does not seem to take at the moment). This is the creation of Kevin Conn of New Jersey, who scores the home run in my mind largely due to his very good Skeletor voice and the eyes in the skull mask so closely matching that of He-Man’s nemesis. Click here for Part 1 of the Unexciting Adventures of Unemployed Skeletor.

Like most every guy my age, He-Man was a regular part of my after-school-when-I-should-be-doing-my-homework TV viewing, but seeing (for the first time in twenty years) a couple of episodes on YouTube in the past few days (thanks to hearing about Unemployed Skeletor) makes me wonder how I could have loved this cheezefest show as a kid.

Of course, the show was created as Mattel’s way of marketing its He-Man toys. I had Castle Grayskull, the blue thing He-Man and Teela would fly about on, but did not have any of the action figures (save one, I think). I played with those things quite a bit and dug the show. Good times…


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