She-Ra: Now and then – The new She-Ra comic is one in a series of "Masters of the Universe" digital one-shots showing characters' origins. It's a dramatic retelling of the Princess of Power's beginnings.
She-Ra: Now and then – Here's how the heroine looked in 1985, left, and the updated 2012 version. The new release presents a darker, more unusual take on She-Ra.
She-Ra: Now and then – The Most Powerful Woman in the Universe with her winged unicorn, Swift Wind, in 1985.
She-Ra: Now and then – In the new release, artist Drew Edward Johnson and colorist Kathryn Layno have surrounded She-Ra with fire, smoke and hopeless people to create a bleak, drab, uninviting feel.
She-Ra: Now and then – She-Ra with her twin brother, He-Man, defender of the planet Eternia and Castle Grayskull, in 1985.
She-Ra: Now and then – The evil Lord Hordak raised She-Ra's alter ego Princess Adora in the dark dimension of Despondos.
She-Ra: Now and then – An animated TV series called "She-Ra: Princess of Power" began airing in 1985.
She-Ra: Now and then – The new digital She-Ra one-shot tells a full story on its own, delving into the heroine's pre-Princess of Power's past.
She-Ra: Now and then – "I think the trick for me was drawing this version of She-Ra as not really evil but detached and cold," artist Drew Edward Johnson says of the heroine in the new release.
She-Ra: Now and then – Peace on Eternia? She-Ra and He-Man had a TV Christmas special in 1985.