The first He-Man and She-Ra podcast. Join your hosts as they delve into the worlds of Masters of the Universe and Princess of Power (unofficial). Masters Cast has been recording since 2005 - over 15 years of power and honor for He-Man and She-Ra! facebook.com/MastersCast and www.MastersCast.com
Ultimate Battleground 1: Teela
Jon and Josh go head to head on the Masters of the Universe character Teela, from her origins all the way to up to Revelation. Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Josh de Lioncourt.
Ep 74 - Masters of the Universe Revelation Part 1 Review - Episode 74
Topics of power: Masters of the Universe Revelation Part 1 review. Spoilers begin at 36:02. Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Katy Haile, Martin Penny, Josh de Lioncourt, Leanne Hannah. Episode 74
Ep 73 - The finale of She-Ra - Masters Cast - Episode 73
Topics of power: The finale of DreamWorks She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Spoilers begin at 14:45. Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Katy Haile, Martin Penny, Josh de Lioncourt, Leanne Hannah. Episode 73
Ep 72 - Ties That Bind, Signals, Roll With It - Masters Cast - Episode 72
Topics of power: Reviews: Ties that Bind, Signals, Roll With It. Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Katy Haile, Martin Penny, Josh de Lioncourt, Leanne Hannah. Episode 72
Ep 71 - The Frozen Forest - Masters Cast - Episode 71
Topics of power: Review: SPOP The Frozen Forest,
Review: She-Ra novel: Origin of a Hero,
Super7 Snake Mountain,
SPOP Season 3 news, Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Katy Haile, Martin Penny, Josh de Lioncourt, Leanne Hannah. Episode 71
Ep 70 - SPOP Season 2 Review - Masters Cast - Episode 70
Topics of power: We review She-Ra's season 2. Masters Cast www.MastersCast.com, Jon Kallis, Katy Haile, Martin Penny, Josh de Lioncourt, Leanne Hannah. Episode 70
Please don’t fade
With the possibility of a new movie and now a new She-ra cartoon...there is room for more content.
Great SPOP insight
As someone new to the fandom because of SPOP, I am enjoying the hosts insight and opinions on the new She-Ra cartoon as I do not have the knowledge of the old shows from the 80s. the way the gang analyzes everything is fantastic and I am going to try to watch some of the old series to understand more.
I appreciate the diversity in the hosts, everyone is fun and it is hilarious when they butt heads and argue over even silly details in the series. True fanboys and girls! Though I do not understand the King Grayskull stuff as I've never seen He-Man's show. He comes up A LOT....
Please get through season two as three is coming up soon and I'll be interested to hear about more Easter eggs
I really wish I didn’t feel as negative as I do...
Admittedly I didn’t listen to every episode of the podcast so I’m not aware of the highs and lows the show reaches. I listened to a handful and just hit the wall. As much as I wish I could be positive about this show I feel like every time some of the people on it open their mouths when their internet connections actually want to work it just makes my teeth stand on edge.
The host of the show, The Shadow, is someone I’d be constantly bickering with if I actually met him, I’m sure. In the episodes I listened to he seems to want to bludgeon anyone with a contrary opinion to his. He seems to excel at complaining and ranting about how he would do things better if he was in charge. His snide and whiny voice doesn’t help his case.
As for the rest I honestly really only remember Katy and Lioncourt. Katy made me literally cringe every time she had to explain a contrary option to Shadow because her voice literally gets so high that a dog whistle probably is audible compared to her. And I realize that podcasts are meant to be entertaining and fun but she laughs so much in this teenager sort of way at practically everything that I truly had to shut off the show at points and regroup from being so frustrated at that. I’m sure she is a great person but her personality just doesn’t mesh for the subject matter in my opinion.
Lioncourt is the show’s MVP all the way for me. I enjoy his insight into Masters and find I agree with him more than not. Probably why I know I’d bicker like hell with the host since they disagreed as much as I do. His presence alone elevates the show into better than it should be status and would be the reason I’d keep listening in small doses since I have to make my way through the rest of the cohosts.
I understand they might have been the first Masters podcast and that is worthy of note. But in an age where there’s many places to go to listen to Masters fans, their show just feels like it’s an amateur attempt to keep going rather than a thoughtful and insightful show. Too much giggling and arguing and frustrating for someone like me. I’m sorry.