History WesternAnimation / SheRaPrincessOfPower

13th Dec '17 10:21:45 AM Nopperabo
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A [[https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/'she-ra'-reboot-'boss-baby'-score-netflix-series-through-dreamworks-animation/ar-BBGEZGQ reboot]] of ''She-Ra: Princess of Power'' is currently in the works and will air on Netflix in 2018.

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A [[https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/'she-ra'-reboot-'boss-baby'-score-netflix-series-through-dreamworks-animation/ar-BBGEZGQ [[http://www.vulture.com/2017/12/she-ra-reboot-netflix-noelle-stevenson.html reboot]] of ''She-Ra: Princess of Power'' is currently in the works and will air on Netflix in 2018.
13th Dec '17 10:20:48 AM Nopperabo
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A [[https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/'she-ra'-reboot-'boss-baby'-score-netflix-series-through-dreamworks-animation/ar-BBGEZGQ reboot]] of ''She-Ra: Princess of Power'' is currently in the works and will air on Netflix in 2018.
10th Nov '17 11:08:11 AM DustSnitch
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* CoolHelmet: She-Ra's headdress is a crown with wings on the side; almost a CoolCrown, which may [[BadassPrincess be the point]].

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* CoolHelmet: She-Ra's headdress is a crown with wings on the side; almost a CoolCrown, which may [[BadassPrincess be the point]].point.
10th Nov '17 10:37:09 AM DustSnitch
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* BadassPrincess: The subtitle "Princess of Power" isn't lying.


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%%* PrettyPrincessPowerhouse: The subtitle "Princess of Power" isn't lying.
29th Oct '17 11:19:15 AM Omeganian
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* LostVoicePlot: In one episode, someone loses their voice and cannot say a transformation phrase.

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* LostVoicePlot: In one episode, someone loses their voice and Shadow Weaver steals voices. That causes even more problems than she expects, since one of the people affected is Adora, who cannot say a her transformation phrase.phrase as a result.
28th Oct '17 10:59:36 AM Unicorndance
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* LostVoicePlot: In one episode, someone loses their voice and cannot say a transformation phrase.
25th Oct '17 3:35:57 AM Omeganian
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* TheOneGuy: Bow. Biologically, yes. Bow fits in as one of the girls most of the time though, and Sea Hawk takes up the role of TheOneGuy more often.

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* TheOneGuy: Bow. Biologically, yes. Bow that is. Behaviorwise, he fits in as one of the girls most of the time though, time, and Sea Hawk takes up the role of TheOneGuy more often.



** And of course there's Adora, who has the advantage of acknowledging being the Princess of Eternia and ''not'' having to employ ObfuscatingStupidity like her [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 brother]] Adam. [[note]]Justified since, because she had previously (though unknowningly) been on the side of evil, she wasn't in a position to do it anyway.[[/note]]

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** And of course there's Adora, who has the advantage of acknowledging being the Princess of Eternia and ''not'' having to employ ObfuscatingStupidity like her [[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 brother]] Adam. [[note]]Justified since, because she had previously (though unknowningly) been on the side of evil, and built herself enough reputation that she wasn't in a position to do it anyway.[[/note]]



* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: She-Ra can breathe in space too.



* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Well, it's obvious here that Adora's brother and his own team can't be there to help all the time, but there's little explanation why (other than her desire to do it herself) seeing as the Sorceress can send either sibling to the other's world any time they want. (He did appear as a guest in one stand-alone episode.)

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* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Well, it's obvious here that Adora's brother and his own team can't be there to help all the time, but there's little explanation why (other than her desire to do it herself) seeing as the Sorceress can send either sibling to the other's world any time they want. (He did appear as a guest in one a couple of stand-alone episode.episodes.)
25th Oct '17 3:18:16 AM Omeganian
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* HeritageFaceTurn: Learning He-Man is her brother is the final factor forcing Adora's HeelFaceTurn.
18th Oct '17 2:58:05 PM Tightwire
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She-Ra was made specifically to appeal to girls, which explains the large number of mentally ''and'' physically strong female characters, like Adora, Glimmer, and Madame Razz, not to mention the vivacious, Zsa Zsa Gabor-like nature of several of them, daaaaaarling -- and quite a number of female villains like [[WickedWitch Shadow Weaver]], [[ScaryScorpions Scorpia]] and [[DarkActionGirl Catra]]. Sadly it doesn't explain why they all needed to be shockingly attractive, with back-breaking cup-sizes and [[WardrobeMalfunction clothes that were just begging to be worn to the superbowl.]] The BigBad, Hordak, is male, which has multiple implications, especially since Shadow Weaver is his closest and smartest advisor. Male characters, like Bow, are usually portrayed as being wimps, just as often as supporting female characters (Glimmer and Bow were the most common victims). Furthermore, whenever He-Man pays a visit to his sister (both in crossovers and the FiveEpisodePilot Movie), he generally requires her help in some way. And in the pilot movie, she first captures him, then saves him.

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She-Ra was made specifically to appeal to girls, which explains the large number of mentally ''and'' physically strong female characters, like Adora, Glimmer, and Madame Razz, not to mention the vivacious, Zsa Zsa Gabor-like nature of several of them, daaaaaarling -- and quite a number of female villains like [[WickedWitch Shadow Weaver]], [[ScaryScorpions Scorpia]] and [[DarkActionGirl Catra]]. Sadly it doesn't explain why they all needed to be shockingly attractive, with back-breaking cup-sizes and [[WardrobeMalfunction clothes that were just begging to be worn to the superbowl.]] The BigBad, Hordak, is male, which has multiple implications, especially since Shadow Weaver is his closest and smartest advisor. Male characters, like Bow, are usually portrayed as being wimps, just as often as supporting female characters (Glimmer and Bow were the most common victims). Furthermore, whenever He-Man pays a visit to his sister (both in crossovers and the FiveEpisodePilot Movie), he generally requires her help in some way. And in the pilot movie, she first captures him by tricking him, then saves him.
him by being She-Ra.
23rd Sep '17 6:55:50 AM tropower
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* EvilSoundsRaspy: Shadow Weaver again.
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