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  • Author:
    John Grant
  • ISBN:
    0721408605
  • ISBN13:
    978-0721408606
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  • Publisher:
    Ladybird Bks. (1984)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
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    1504 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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John Grant (22 May 1930 - 23 February 2014) was a Scottish author and illustrator, possibly best known as the author of the Littlenose series of children's stories, which he read . Masters of the Universe: Wings of Doom. Pirates: Adventures on Shark Island.

John Grant (22 May 1930 - 23 February 2014) was a Scottish author and illustrator, possibly best known as the author of the Littlenose series of children's stories, which he read on the BBC's Jackanory in 55 programmes from 1968 to 1986. Grant was born in Edinburgh on 22 May 1930  . Pirates: Captain Roger's Birthday.

Book by Grant, John, Illus. Wings of Doom (Masters of the Universe). Castle Grayskull Under Attack (Masters of the Universe). He-man and the Asteroid of Doom (Masters of the Universe).

John Grant is a Scottish author and illustrator, possibly best known as the author of the Littlenose series of children's stories, which he read on the BBC's Jackanory in 55 programmes from 1968 to 1986.

Wings of Doom (Masters of the Universe S). ISBN. 0721408605 (ISBN13: 9780721408606). John Grant is a Scottish author and illustrator, possibly best known as the author of the Littlenose series of children's stories, which he read on the BBC's Jackanory in 55 programmes from 1968 to 1986.

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Here, Hordak seeks to control an ancient power source in orbit around Eternia

He-Man and the Asteroid of Doom is a 1986 Masters of the Universe children's book written by John Grant and illustrated by Robin Davies. Here, Hordak seeks to control an ancient power source in orbit around Eternia. It's 1986 and Grant's still making the same fundamental mistakes: here we have rters and. Ah, well, at least he's consistent. This is one of his better stories, though, as the three-way rivalry works quite well.

Published 1984 by Ladybird in Loughborough. Masters of the universe. 43p. : Number of pages.

The greatest of their enemies is Skeletor’ the Lord of Destruction, and his . A Vintage Ladybird Book. Might goes hand in hand with right as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fight to make their planet safe

The greatest of their enemies is Skeletor’ the Lord of Destruction, and his evil band, whose hatred for their foes is never ending. The war goes on but who will win? This is a glossy first. Might goes hand in hand with right as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fight to make their planet safe. The greatest of their enemies is Skeletor’ the Lord of Destruction, and his evil band, whose hatred for their foes is never ending. The war goes on but who will win?"

Classic Masters of the Universe Story! Highly collectible!

Mr_Mole
the artwork is very close to filmation and if you have lived in the USA and only read the golden books these are excellent stories to read in conjuction with them.
Cordanara
great book love it
Marelyne
Wings of Doom is a 1984 Masters of the Universe children's book written by John Grant and illustrated by Robin Davies. Here, Skeletor sends wyverns to kidnap Stratos's wife, and He-Man and company have to save her.

I'm not sure whether to award points or deduct them for Grant's shameless cribbing. At one point, the heroes must traverse an icy mountain range, and so are led through the monster-infested dwarven mines that run through the mountains (spoiler alert: Gandalf dies). Overall, though, this is a readable enough story, and other shenanigans are mostly limited to He-Man shooting beams out of his sword.

While not great, Davies' art isn't near as bad as it was on 1983's A Trap for He-Man, but even so, it's not a good fit for the book - mostly because his style reminds me slightly of Ed Roth's illustrations, which aren't exactly kid-friendly.

Frankly, Wings of Doom is mediocre in every way.