He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002)

Season 2 Episode 10

Web of Evil

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Aired Unknown Dec 20, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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Web of Evil
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Webstor devoures Ambrosia and becomes strong enough to unleash an army of Spider-creatures to take control of Eternia. While helping He-Man to evacuate the nearby mining settlement, Man-At-Arms runs into his brother Fisto who Man-At-Arms suspects to have deserted him during the Great Unrest.

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    Christopher Judge

    Christopher Judge

    Zodak

    Scott McNeil

    Scott McNeil

    Beast Man, Clawful, Mer-Man, Ram Man, Stratos, Kobra Khan

    Michael Donovan

    Michael Donovan

    King Randor, Count Marzo, Roboto, Tung Lashor

    Cam Clarke

    Cam Clarke

    Prince Adam/He-Man

    Mark Gibbon

    Mark Gibbon

    Baddhra [Badd Of Two-Badd]

    Mark Acheson

    Mark Acheson

    Fisto

    Richard Newman

    Richard Newman

    General Rattlor

    Recurring Role

    Paul Dobson

    Paul Dobson

    Man-E-Faces, Snake Face, Trap-Jaw, Tri-Klops

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • It is revealed by Buzz-Off that his people and Webstor's share a similar genetic make-up, making it possible for Webstor to use the ambrosia without its toxic effects.

      • The spiders could hold back the Masters pretty well but the Snakemen completly defeated the spiders easily, even with the spiders knowing that they were coming. Should translate to a thrashing for the Masters in the future.

      • Not that Webstor's spawn are particularly cute or well-mannered, but aren't they just babies? Since when do He-Man or the Masters kill babies, even dangerous ones? Orko's dragons, for instance, were potentially just as deadly as these spiders, but nobody even suggested slaughtering them.

      • Response to both concerns: The dragons were intelligent - the spiders were a mindless swarm that Webstor was mentally controlling (at least I assume - he could not spawn them without ambrosia, so I don't think they were truly younger members of his species), so the Masters could destroy them with less restraint.
        The Masters were only six warriors - I think that the entire army of Snakemen, King Hsss included, attacked Webstor's brood - thus, they were swamped.

    • QUOTES (1)

    • NOTES (6)

      • About Mattel and 'Fisto': Just because a company used a name first doesn't mean it can again. Copyrights only last so long and if companies - especially toy manufactuers - allow their copyright to expire, others can pick up on that copyright. This can lead trouble when a the company that originally had that name reissues a toy line that originally featured the name - such as Transformers or MoTU.

      • Skeletor and the rest of the Evil Warriors don't appear in this episode.

      • In the "Rise of the Snake Men" toyline, Fisto was called Battle Fist. Speaking of the toyline, we get to see Man-At-Arms and Mekanek in their Snake Armor.

      • Introduces Fisto.

      • The reason the action figure was called "Battle Fist" is because Hasbro (rather than Mattel) owns the copyright for the name "Fisto" for toy purposes; they put out an action figure for their Star Wars line named "Kit Fisto." The name can be used in the cartoon, however.

      • The toy is called Battle Fist because Mattel lost the trademark for the name Fisto. It is also why Rattlor is called the General.

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