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motu: a kiss for good luck by nebezial motu: a kiss for good luck by nebezial
just a quickie felt inspired while seeing some funny reviews so i decided to do a quick drawing of what us true motu fans allways wanted... a he man teela kiss...

yeah im a dork but we all have our lil guildty pleasures, and btw, skeletor made a crapload of his petrifying ships...

somehow i cant see this ending well XD
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aullus Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014
Excellent contribution thanks.
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RedWolf5207 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
I hope you don't mind but is there a way you could post a bigger version of this scene?
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ComicBookArtFiend Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014
This feels like a scene right from a classic Errol Flynn movie, which is perfect, since there's so much of that in Adam/He-Man already. (In addition to all the Superman, King Arthur, Luke Skywalker, and Conan influences, of course.) And it would be a perfect scene to incorporate into an actual He-Man movie just before the big finale.

Come to think of it, there's so much mythology to He-Man that you could easily get a series of four or five movies out of it. Done right, this franchise could easily be a new LOTR.
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mxremi Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
Awesome! I'm a big fan of you now!.
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Chaoswolfstone Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
amazing, love the back ground 
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HerpingTheDerp Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014
Gack!! Not Teela! Should have drawn him with Frosta instead.
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EDIT: posted by mistake
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orko09 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014
He-Man doesn't love Frosta. In the only Filmation episode, he rejected her advances multiple times. At the contrary He-Man admitted his feelings for Teela a lot of times during the MOTU series, and the last episode ended with him carrying Teela to the sunrise. At the beginning of the sequel of MOTU, Son Of He-Man that never aired back at the 80's, him and Teela got married, and she became his queen. In the most recent incarnation of He-Man, the DC comics, He-Man and Teela are together. So the artist make the right choise!
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ComicBookArtFiend Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
There's also the early minicomics and coloring books, where He-Man (prior to being codified as Prince Adam) and Teela had a flirtation going. And even though the 1987 movie didn't spell out that Adam/He-Man and Teela were an item, she clearly didn't like seeing him around other women (her jealousy when first meeting the Courtney Cox character is pretty blatant). This isn't like Superman, where the designated female lead is a terrible human being and any relationship with her is deeply suspect. MOTU always had He-Man/Teela as an undercurrent and depicted Teela as a likable character you wouldn't--or rather--shouldn't--mind the hero being with.

And on a personal note, the PRINCESS OF POWER supporting characters never made an impression on me. So for me, Frosta, and all of She-Ra's sidekicks, are pretty much nonessential. You could port Adora/She-Ra over to the regular MOTU series proper and lose nothing of value.
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bigdave42 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014

Very epic, cinematic shot. Sweeping, widescreen landscape? Check. Dramatic lens flare from the sun? Check. Big horde of sinister-but-cool bad guy spaceships filling the sky? Check. Hot, badass hero and hot, badass heroine in a hot embrace? Check. Me likey.

Question/minor gripe: is the image supposed to be 600 x 343 pixels? (That's all I get on my Web browser.) It's a great pic, it just seems a little small compared to many others that you've posted here.

BTW, I really like all your visual interpretations of the MOTU setting and characters. Cheers!

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