Skeletor takes control of the powerful Cosmic Comet to destroy Castle Grayskull. To stop him, Prince Adam, Teela, Man-At-Arms, Orko and Cringer seek the advise of the comet wizard, Zagraz.



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Episode cast overview:
John Erwin ...
Linda Gary ...
Teela / Evil-Lyn / The Sorceress (voice) (as Linda Gray)
Lou Scheimer ...
Orko / King Randor / Attak Trak / Cosmic Comet / Second Comet (voice) (as Erik Gunden)
Erika Scheimer ...


After stopping Beast Man and Evil-Lyn from breaking into Castle Grayskull, He-Man, Teela and Man-At-Arms learns that it was a test and Prince Adam, Man-At-Arms, Teela, Orko and Cringer are sent on a secret mission to Zagraz Mountain where Zagraz, a elderly wizard reveals he once tried to use his powers to control two comets, but Zagraz lost confidence in himself when his powers caused him to destroy one of the comets leaving the comet evil. Skeletor takes control of the Cosmic Comet and set out to destroy He-Man and Castle Grayskull once and for all. Can He-Man help Zagraz regain his confidence and stop Skeletor from using the cosmic comet from destroying Castle Grayskull? Written by Daniel Williamson

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Release Date:

21 October 1983 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The voice of the wizard Zagraz is an imitation of Ed Wynn with perhaps a bit of Hugh Herbert thrown in. See more »


Near the end of the story, when Zagraz tells He-Man "you had faith in me", he waves his hands about and at one point his entire hand disappears as it passes in front of He-Man's chest. See more »


Zagraz: I haven't had company in 100 years. Or is it 200? Well I don't know, it's been a long time.
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Cosmic Comet ... OK...
27 November 2006 | by (Tel Aviv, Israel) – See all my reviews

It seems that the opening theme of He-Man is the only exposition to the He-Man storyline. The first episode opens just like another any He-Man episode - evil has a new plan - He-Man struggles and defeats their plans - the end. No continuity along the episode - which is common to animation - maybe they think kids cannot follow up a story. This episode Skeletor takes control of a "Cosmic" comet (which apparently is different than a regular comet). With this comet he hopes to defeat the powers of Castle Greyskull. A weak He-Man episode is an episode where the Evil side is weak and stupid - and don't get to do much. And this is what apparently seem to be wrong with this episode - the conflict is not intense enough.

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