Skeletor is comprised of more than just blue plastic. Joshua Hale Fialkov writes a grim and horrific look into the soul of an evil man in DC Comics’ Masters of the Universe: The Origin of Skeletor, a powerful one-shot tale featuring the skeletal 1980s cartoon and toy villain and He-Man’s greatest foil.
The timing couldn’t be better either. Thirty years have passed since he first entered pop culture and the toy aisle, and Skeletor is as cool as ever for the MOTU faithful.
“I’ve written Spider-Man, Wolverine, Superman, and Batman. I’ve never had the same level of excitement from my fans as when I said I was writing a Skeletor comic. Really,” says Fialkov, the best-selling scribe of DC’s acclaimed I, Vampire series who’s paired on the one-shot with artist Frazier Irving… read more >