Beast Man

Beast Man is a fictional character in the popular toy line and cartoon series Masters of the Universe; the savage right-hand man of Skeletor, he has control over many wild creatures and has brute strength.

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List Of He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe Episodes - Episodes: Production Order - Season 2: 1984
... to steal it for him 67 "The Energy Beast" Marsh Lamore Rowby Goren September 12, 1984 MU067 A bell jar is found deep within Mount Eternia, which unleashes a ... Skeletor takes advantage of Man-At-Arms' crisis by injecting an energy bug into the Royal computer system that causes all the machines to go out of control 69 "The Gamesman" Steve Clark Antoni ... But soon afterwards, The Sorceress warns Man-At-Arms that a great evil has arrived on Eternia, and has taken up base in none other than Castle Star 70 "Fisto's Forest" Lou Kachivas ...
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... Skeletor is disappointed that Beast Man failed yet discovered that Adam is not without skill ... Skeletor shows Beast Man mercy, but warns that his troublesome nephew must die...if he doesn't stay within the boundaries ... previously worked so hard to capture Adam's sword thinking that it was the source of He-Man's power ...

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