She-Ra: Princess of Power
Princess Adora raises her magic sword and becomes She-Ra.
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With the success of the 1983 cartoon ``He-Man and the Masters of the Universe'' and its related action-figure line, the Filmation animation studio and toy company Mattel joined forces again in 1985, this time to create a television series aimed at young girls (and collectible playthings aimed at their mother's purses). Here, the title character (who just so happens to be the twin sister of sword-swinging hero He-Man) leads a band of freedom fighters against archnemesis Hordak and his Evil Horde. When she's not busting skulls in a kid-friendly manner, She-Ra uses her magic Sword of Protection to transform into her alter ego, Princess Adora (sold separately).
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