Around the time when the 2002 reboot of He-Man first came out, I was almost immediately hooked. In practically no time at all, i was set on collecting the show's toys and watching every episode, and back then, the only thing that interested me was the fight sequences. But nowadays, my mind has new perspective, and it's sort of half and half. On one hand: now that i'm older, i can appreciate (or at least try to do so) the depth and character that this reboot has over the original (which i wasn't aware of until after watching the reboot). But on the other hand, now i see the chemistry between Prince Adam and those around him in a different light. In an episode of the original series, which i just watched recently, it was stated that Prince Adam acted the way he did because he was trying to keep suspicion off of him, i liked that explanation. But in the 2003 version, Adam started out as genuinely complacent, it's hard to skirt around that. His father was a skilled soldier after all. Also, i truly found that some of Teela's treatment of him was bit harsh. What brought this up was the fact that, after so long, i finally started reading the comic books based on this reboot. One scene between Adam and Teela was meant to be touching, but it didn't move me at all, and two lines from Teela felt kind of bad to me.