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She-Ra: Adora joins the Rebellion and gets a flying unicorn in new trailer for Netflix series

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Nov 2, 2018

Netflix and DreamWorks Animation definitely HAVE! THE! POWER! by offering us the best look so far at the upcoming She-Ra and the Princesses of Power animated series from Noelle Stevenson.

The latest trailer delivers a ton of action and plot beats like Adora (Aimee Carrero) joining the Rebellion against the Horde, Adora getting her winged unicorn Swift Wind, and the Princess Alliance ready to take on its first mission. There's also Adora confronting the evil Hordak (Keston John) in her normal form and attacking a sharp-toothed worm monster in her She-Ra form.

There's a lot to see, so just watch the trailer below already!

The show also features the voice talents of Karen Fukuhara (Glimmer), Marcus Scribner (Bow), AJ Michalka (Catra), Reshma Shetty (Angella), Lorraine Toussaint (Shadow Weaver), Sadrah Oh (Castaspella), Jordan Fisher (Seahawk), and more.

Raised by the evil Horde all of her life, Adora switches sides when she discovers a mystical sword that transforms her into an 8-foot-tall princess warrior known as She-Ra.

Her newfound friends, Glimmer and Bow (two members of the Rebellion), help her realize that everything she thinks she knows about the world is wrong. Together, they'll re-form the Princess Alliance, a group that once counted Glimmer's mother as a member many years before.

That being said, Adora's old life still catches up with her in the form of her old Horde friend/fighter Catra, who is dispatched by Hordak to bring Adora back home.

Season 1 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power drops on Netflix three days earlier than originally planned, Tuesday, Nov. 13. Before that time comes, you can learn about the eclectic cast of characters via an interactive VR experience.


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