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ISBN:030761378X
Author: Fred Carrillo,Michael Kirschenbaum
ISBN13: 978-0307613783
Title: The Rock Warriors (Masters of the Universe)
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Language: English
Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corp (May 1, 1985)
Pages: 24

The Rock Warriors (Masters of the Universe) by Fred Carrillo,Michael Kirschenbaum



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The Rock Warriors is a 1985 Masters of the Universe children's book written by Michael Kirschenbaum and illustrated by Fred Carrillo. Here, Skeletor creates an army of rock creatures and unleashes them on the Royal Palace. This is a perfectly fine story idea, although the degree of difficulty seems too low - He-Man never has the slightest bit of trouble destroying the rock monsters, no matter how numerous they become. But the real problem here is that the story is undone by quite a bit of foolishness. I mean, how does mining work on Eternia?

Illustrator: Pages: Fred Carrillo. Writer: Michael Kirschenbaum. Masters of the Universe - Original. Release Date: January 19, 1985. Adam, Cringer, Teela, Man-At-Arms, and Buzz-Off are wondering around in the forest looking for precious metals when suddenly Jitsu and Webstor attack them. They find out that Skeletor is using a "Stone Ray" to create rock soldiers out of solid stone. He ends up taking these troops to the royal palace to take it over, but the heroes fight them back, and end up going after Skeletor at Snake Mountain.

Home All Categories Children's Books The Rock Warriors/Super Advent (Masters of the Universe). ISBN13: 9780307113788. by Michael Kirschenbaum. Select Format: Hardcover. Prince Adam transforms into He-Man to save Eternia from the Rock Warriors. ISBN13:9780307113788. Release Date:January 1985.

Masters of the Universe: The Rock Warriors. Masters of the Universe: The Rock Warriors HC. Issue Number: HC Publisher: Golden Books Cover: Holiday 1985, -. 0 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Hardcover, N/A pages.

Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock, Classic Rock. A1. Master Of The Universe. Producer – George Chkiantz. Matrix, Runout (Side A, stamped): UAG 30025 A-2U OG. Matrix, Runout (Side B, stamped): UAG 30025 B-2U LG 3. Other: . Other Versions (5 of 33) View All. Cat.

In a realm where sorcery meets science, The Masters of the Universe set forth to protect all of Eternia from the onslaught of Skeletor and his evil forces. It's an epic tale of good versus evil, where there is new danger and suspense at every turn. The story we all loved from the 80's is reborn and relaunched for a new era. Skeletor continues his struggle in obtaining the secrets of Castle Grayskull. However, new danger looms when a sinister plot is devised by other evil forces. And it all centers around an object in the possession of the least likely candidate.

A page for describing Characters: Masters of the Universe: Evil Warriors. The older half-brother of King Randor, who tried to conquer Eternia and ended with his face horrifingly scarred and rechristened himself Skeletor, lord of destruction.

Prince Adam transforms into He-Man to save Eternia from the Rock Warriors.
Reviews: 2
fabscf
has jitsu, roton, webstor, and buzz-off, tells an interesting story with a bit of a high stakes battle for He-man
Nalmezar
The Rock Warriors is a 1985 Masters of the Universe children's book written by Michael Kirschenbaum and illustrated by Fred Carrillo. Here, Skeletor creates an army of rock creatures and unleashes them on the Royal Palace.

This is a perfectly fine story idea, although the degree of difficulty seems too low - He-Man never has the slightest bit of trouble destroying the rock monsters, no matter how numerous they become. But the real problem here is that the story is undone by quite a bit of foolishness.

I mean, how does mining work on Eternia? They're wandering through the forest "searching for precious metals." And then it turns out (SPOILER) that plain old water not only dissolves the creatures (which are made of stone, not sand or dirt or mud), but Skeletor's actual ray gun as well. On page 7, how is it that Skeletor's minions are clutching onto the Roton blades (which should be rotating at a high rate of speed)? And then Buzz-Off, the one Heroic Warrior present who can fly, gets "trapped by a stream."

Generally, Carrillo's art is quite good, both in terms of figures (with the exception of He-Man's epic arcing horizontal crotch-punch* on p. 21) and backgrounds (well, on the pages with backgrounds), although he makes some interesting style decisions: the palace is done like a Roman villa, for example, and Snake Mountain is in the middle of the jungle. Earl Norem's great cover is also a highlight.

In the end, though, The Rock Warriors is a good story idea brought down by too much nonsense.