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The Power and The Honor Foundation Announces Two Members of the 2011 Board of Directors

The Power and The Honor Foundation today announced its first President and Vice President of the Board of Directors.

Emiliano Santalucia has been named President of the Board of Directors.  Mr. Santalucia was the primary artist for the entire run of the He-Man comic book series by MVCreations. He has also provided art and design for various official He-Man and She-Ra DVD releases and the Four Horsemen’s He-Man line from NECA Toys.  As president, Mr. Santalucia’s responsibilities include: ensuring that the Board conducts business effectively and efficiently, makes certain that board members are aware of and fulfill their governance responsibilities and are accountable for their performance, and facilitating the Boards compliance with applicable laws and bylaws.  His leadership will help the Foundation fulfill its mission of archiving, preserving, and sharing the history and artwork of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power.  The 2-year term runs from August 1, 2011 until July 31, 2013.

James Eatock has been named Vice President of the Board of Directors.  James “Busta Toons” Eatock worked on various official DVD releases of He-Man and She-Ra by providing information and commentary.  He currently publishes cereal:geek magazine and is the author of the The unofficial cartoon guide to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and the upcoming unofficial cartoon guide to She-Ra, Princess of Power.  As vice president, Mr. Eatock will preside in the absence of the president, work with other officers and committee members, serve as ex-officio member of all committees, and carry out such duties and assignments as may be delegated by the president. His expertise will greatly strengthen the ability of the Foundation to archive and share the history and artwork of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power.  The 2-year term runs from August 1, 2011 until July 31, 2013.

 

The Power and The Honor Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, archiving, preserving, and educating the public about the creative origins of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power.  The first catalog from the Foundation, The Power and The Honor Foundation Catalog Volume One: The Art of Masters of the Universe Toy Design, will be available at the end of September.

The Power and The Honor Foundation “Guess What’s In The Header” Contest!

Win a 12″ testshot RotoCast Skeletor figure from the 200X Masters of The Universe toy line.

The rules are simple.  There are 52 separate images that make up the complete header image on The Power and The Honor Foundation website.
Attempt to identify which character, vehicle, playset, logo, etc. is in each square.  Some of these images have never been seen before so don’t be too upset if you cant figure them out!

The entry with the most correct answers will be awarded a 12″ testshot RotoCast Skeletor figure.

The contest runs from August 27, 2011 until September 3, 2011.

To enter the contest, send you submission here. 

Complete contest rules can be found here.

Welcome!

Welcome to The Power and The Honor Foundation! It is with great pleasure that we are able to share this exciting new adventure with you, the fans of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power.

The Power and The Honor Foundation is a fan-funded, non-profit organization that is dedicated to documenting, archiving, and sharing the rich history of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra Princess of Power. As such, we will be sharing some of the most amazing collections of artwork, documents, and toys from their earliest days.

The Foundation has already secured thousands of pieces from original artists and designers from Mattel and Filmation. In addition to the pieces themselves, we will share their stories to further document the creation and evolution of the characters, toys, cartoons, and merchandise.

Please make sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We have some exciting ways of sharing this artwork with the fans and will keep you updated.

Catalog Vol. 1 More sample pages

Sample Spread 2

As promised, the second spread is here for you to enjoy.

This time we will let you take a peak  at the vehicles section of the catalog, on a spread showcasing the evolution of the Road Ripper. The image on the left page appeared first on Tomart’s Action Figure Digest, scanned from a laser copy of the art. The one appearing in the catalog has been scanned from the original painting by Ted Mayer, and printed full page so fans can appreciate every brush strokes.

The third spread will be revealed the week after San Diego Comic Con.

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