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Skeletor ist ein fiktiver Superschurke und der Hauptgegner des von Mattel geschaffenen Masters of the Universe-Franchise, der als Erzfeind seines Neffen He-Man fungiert. Er wird normalerweise als blauhäutiger Humanoid dargestellt, der eine lila. Für das Gute kämpfen He-Man und die Heroic Warriors, auch The Masters of the Universe genannt, das Böse wird repräsentiert von Skeletor und den Evil. Masters of the Universe (Film) – Wikipedia. He-Man kommt zurück und mit ihm auch sein Erzfeind Skeletor. In einer neuen animierten Serie wird dieser von Mark Hamill gesprochen. Suchergebnis auf pinede.eu für: skeletor figur. Masters of the Universe® Classics Mini He-Man® & Skeletor® Figures. 4,6 von 5. Ich als alter Masters Fan habe mir den neuen Skeletor sowie Heman bei Masters Toys bestellt. Die Lieferung ging rasend schnell und die Figuren sowie der. He-Man, Heman, Masters of the Universe, Motu, MOTU, Skeletor, Hordak, Randor, Castle Grayskull, Webstor, Sorceress.
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Significantly different from the lonelier and entirely self-serving Skeletor of later depictions, the villain's key motivation in this first story is to reopen the rift between his world and Eternia, thus allowing Skeletor's race to invade and conquer Eternia alongside him.
This was the initially stated reason behind Skeletor's desire to obtain the powers of Castle Grayskull, not merely seeking power for its own sake as is generally the case in later depictions.
However, as this first incarnation of the franchise's continuity was particularly short-lived, many questions about this version of Skeletor's origin are left unanswered.
In the s cartoon series, Skeletor is a former pupil of Hordak , leader of the Evil Horde. When Hordak invaded Eternia and kidnapped one of the King and Queen's twin babies from the palace, Man-At-Arms and the Royal Guard captured his apprentice, Skeletor, and forced him to divulge the whereabouts of his master, who had retreated to his base of operations, Snake Mountain.
Skeletor remained on Eternia, raised an army of powerful minions of his own and took over as ruler of Snake Mountain. Skeletor's main goal is to conquer the mysterious fortress of Castle Grayskull , from which He-Man draws his powers.
If he succeeds, Skeletor would be able to conquer not only Eternia, but the whole universe. Skeletor appeared in 71 of the episodes of the s He-Man cartoon 33 episodes in the first season, 38 in the second and in 9 of the 93 episodes of the spin-off She-Ra , for a total of 80 appearances, and also in The Secret of the Sword and A Christmas Special.
While he was occasionally seen as a bumbling figure whose plans were always foiled by He-Man and his friends, his intentions to conquer Eternia were taken seriously by He-Man, and sometimes by She-Ra.
He-Man regarded Skeletor as his arch-foe, and Skeletor's plans were sometimes ruined through the fault of his minions rather than by his own incompetence.
Skeletor is the main antagonist in the show He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and a recurring antagonist in the spin-off She-Ra: Princess of Power.
He was voiced by Alan Oppenheimer in both series. In the later minicomics by Mattel it is hinted that Skeletor is in fact Keldor, King Randor 's long lost brother.
This contradicts both earlier minicomics and cartoon. This implication occurs specifically in the minicomic entitled " The Search for Keldor ", a story that involves Prince Adam and Randor searching for Randor's lost brother Keldor.
When Skeletor learns of their quest, he muses that "they must never discover the secret of Keldor", as the truth will lead to his destruction.
In this story King Randor announces that Keldor disappeared years ago. It is likely that Randor's statement about Keldor disappearing to another dimension is an attempt to reconcile Skeletor being He-Man's uncle with his Extra-Eternian origins.
To find out what happened to Keldor, Randor and the Sorceress attempt to peer through a space-time rift that opens once every year.
Randor announces "I think I see Keldor Or is it Although Skeletor is defeated, he is able to prevent Randor from discovering Keldor's fate as the rift once again closes for another year.
Skeletor's frantic effort to cover up what happened to Keldor, combined with the fact that Keldor vanished to another dimension when attempting to become a master sorcerer, is taken as a heavy implication that the two characters are indeed one and the same.
Unfortunately, because the original MOTU toyline came to an end before the story could be resolved, it was never fully disclosed if this was officially intended to be the case.
Steven Grant , the writer-for-hire of the minicomic in question, stated in a he-man. But, I don't think that was ever going to be revealed I seem to remember it as one of those things Mattel came up with out of the blue Slur Keldor and you end up with Skeletor His back-story wasn't really worked out.
Some sort of evil cosmic energies altered him. I think they were going for a Darth Vader thing, but it was a tack-on The main idea was that if they found out Skeletor was Keldor, they'd be able to find out what had changed him and might find some way to reverse it.
In the new continuity of the animated series, Skeletor's original name was definitely Keldor; his appearance as such is shown and his exploits partially depicted.
However, it seems unlikely that he is related to Randor in this continuity, as he has Skeletor's blue skin and some other slightly nonhuman features while he was still Keldor.
In a he-man. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toy line, further character development was introduced. This line has offered more in depth origins to the Masters of the Universe characters and a collaboration of all origins in attempt to create a new coherent continuity.
According to their revised back story, Keldor is Randor's half-brother. Keldor's mother was a member of the Gar race and he was ousted from the royal castle due to his Gar heritage.
He roamed Eternia for knowledge, eventually learning the Dark Arts from Hordak. He then sought to unite Eternia by ruling it himself and battle his own half-brother with his army of fellow misfits.
After losing the battle and desperate to survive, he turned to his mentor Hordak who merged Keldor with an entity known as the Demo-Man.
Together they formed Skeletor. Frank Langella portrayed Skeletor in the live-action film. As this was a PG motion picture, this depiction of the character was far darker and more menacing than his comical animated counterpart, serving as both a competent and threatening antagonist to the heroes.
He later absorbs the power of the Great Eye and transforms into a golden demonic god, but is ultimately thrown off a cliff into a vat of unknown substance by He-Man.
In a post-credits scene , Skeletor emerges from the vat proclaiming, "I'll be back. To prepare for the role, Langella asked his kids questions about Skeletor and watched the original series.
The New Adventures series sees Skeletor voiced by Campbell Lane with a new outfit, chest armour , cybernetic implants and a mauve cape. Skeletor fools the Galactic Guardians, Hydron and Flipshot, into thinking he is the force of good they need to save their home planet, Primus, when in fact they came looking for He-Man.
Unable to decide who is good and who is evil, Skeletor and He-Man are both transported to the futuristic planet Primus, where Skeletor reveals his true evil nature to the Primans as the Mutants attack.
One of Flogg's terms is that he will remain in charge of the Mutants. Skeletor agrees, and is able to manipulate and control Flogg from behind the scenes, while making himself a force to be reckoned with among Primans and Mutants alike.
In the episode "Sword and Staff", Skeletor finds a powerful crystal on Moon Nordor and absorbs its power, making him more powerful and evil than ever before, and changing his appearance drastically, including a yellow face with red eyes, and different armour and helmet, based on the "Disks of Doom Skeletor" toy.
Throughout the series, Skeletor concocts various schemes to destroy He-Man and conquer Primus. Although The New Adventures series follows the continuity of the Filmation cartoon, Skeletor is quite a different character.
He possesses a sarcastic sense of humor and often jokes and laughs, taking his own failures much better than in the previous series.
He has a genuine relationship with Crita, a female mutant with purple skin. He even dances with her in one episode. He also works well with Flogg, Slush Head and the other Mutants as part of their team as well as having a pet named Gur.
Though often displaying a more relaxed attitude, when enraged he simply becomes a maniac and lashes out in anger at anyone around him.
He is able to instill fear into Flogg, despite being perfectly willing to take his orders when it suits his own purposes. Overall, the Skeletor in this series is portrayed as a far more competent and threatening character, despite his often comedic lines.
The first toys for the "New Adventures" line, which was Marketed simply as "He-Man", gave a different explanation for how He-Man and Skeletor ended up in the future via a mini-comic packed in with various figures, as well as actually providing a reason for the cybernetics Skeletor employed in the first few episodes of the "New Adventures" TV series.
The energy output caused by this final change from prince to warrior was partly the reason for Skeletor's new cybernetic look when the character was forced to take drastic measures to treat wounds that would have otherwise been fatal without treatment.
Skeletor appears in the TV series voiced by Brian Dobson. In this new version, it is shown that Skeletor was formerly a warlord named Keldor who had trained in the dark arts.
Keldor was taught the ways of black magic by summoning Hordak , who was trapped in the dark dimension, Despondos. He gathered a small band of warriors to attack the Hall of Wisdom.
They encountered resistance from Captain Randor and his officers; Keldor fought Randor personally, wielding two swords with astounding proficiency, but when Randor disarmed him, Keldor threw a vial of acid at him.
Randor deflected it with his shield, and the acid splashed on Keldor's face. Keldor agreed to pay whatever price Hordak wished for his own life, and Hordak transformed him, stripping the damaged tissues from his skull and dubbing him Skeletor ; Keldor's head had been completely stripped of soft tissues, leaving only a floating skull.
When Keldor saw his new appearance, he laughed maniacally about it; the incident perhaps shattering whatever sanity he had left. Hordak can also apparently speak to Skeletor from Despondos through telepathy which also causes Skeletor great pain.
Trapped in the Dark Hemisphere by the Mystic Wall, Skeletor designed a machine that would destroy it, but it needed the Corodite Crystal as a power source.
Unlike his previous portrayals, Skeletor is not concerned with Castle Grayskull at first, until a giant fish-monster that had swallowed the remnants of the Corodite Crystal - thus making him hunger for power, heads toward Grayskull.
The Eternian warriors, led by Man-At-Arms and He-Man, stop the monster, forcing Skeletor to ponder what could be in that ancient pile of stones worth dying for.
At the time, the Heroic Warriors seem ready and willing to let Grayskull fall, and would likely have done so, if not for the urgings of Man-At-Arms, who had been swallowed whole by the monster.
Despite owing his life to Hordak, Skeletor destroys Hordak's sanctuary to prevent him from returning. Skeletor did not want to hold up his end of the bargain and free Hordak from Despondos because he wants Eternia for himself.
Though Serpos is defeated and restored to its Snake Mountain form. If season three of the series had been produced, it would have seen Skeletor and He-Man dealing with the Horde invasion and the powerful Hordak, who it was said Skeletor would eventually have defeated.
This season would have also shown Skeletor's part in the kidnapping of He-Man's twin sister, She-Ra, and sending her to Hordak to be raised.
In the show, Skeletor is again portrayed as a bully towards his minions but with an even more malicious edge, using his powerful abilities to threaten his followers or to silence them.
He also constantly blames his followers for their defeats at the hands of the Masters, and rules through a policy of fear, which makes him somewhat different compared to King Hiss.
Many episodes end with him either punishing or torturing his minions for their failures. Also like previous versions, he is shown to possess almost no loyalty towards his followers as demonstrated in the last episodes of the first season, where he sends his own Evil Warriors into a trap to get captured just to lull the Masters into a false sense of security.
He even goes as far as replacing them with his 'Council of Evil'. He is further shown to be power-mad and unwilling to share the spoils of war; as demonstrated when he tells Count Marzo when questioned if they will gain anything from Castle Grayskull, that he will give them a reward if he feels like doing so.
In the beginning of the first season he demonstrates a deep-rooted hatred towards King Randor for his part in destroying his face and making him what he is now; though he also attributes that to Evil-Lyn for saving him.
This gradually shifts towards hatred against He-Man for standing in his way constantly. Furthermore, his maniacal laughter can perhaps indicate that he might have become insane by the loss of his face, something that is mentioned in the Icons of Evil comics when Trap-Jaw , mentions that Skeletor is no longer the leader he once followed.
Finally, despite his evil, Skeletor has been known to grovel when his life is in jeopardy, though this is usually an attempt to get the upper hand before betraying his savior , which is seen on a few occasions to trick He-Man into dropping his guard before attacking and escaping.
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