From now on, Adora can transform into She-Ra, the Most Powerful Woman in the Universe, by holding aloft her magic sword and yelling the words "For the Honor of Grayskull!" In the following cartoon series, She-Ra appears as the supreme leader of the Great Rebellion (or the Princess of Power) fighting the forces of Hordak on Etheria. (The story on the MotUC cardback tells another story, taking place after the events told in The Secret of the Sword.)
The PoP series ended already in 1987 and could not compete with the success Mattel have had with He-Man and MotU. Anyways, since She-Ra and PoP are integral parts of MotU and 80s' pop culture, Mattel decided to release a new She-Ra action figure as part of the MotU Classics line.
In my opninion, it's definitely the best She-Ra / PoP action figure that has been released (so far). Indeed, the 80s PoP figures were no real action figures. They were dolls for girls (and my brother lol), that had combs as weapons and some gay looking glass horses as battle vehicles. Even the 200x She-Ra exclusive was too much of a girls doll.
The MotUC She-Ra is different though. Besides that lame golden comb she also has (as a weapon? Since she doesn't have any real hair it could be used for), she has everything a fully moveable action figure needs. I could even imagine to have her for my own collection. (But I'm also fine with just having a look at her at my brother's place:)
|MotUC She-Ra cardback|