This is Two-Bad. One of Skeletor’s minions in the He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe world. Two beings of different species sharing the same body. Introduced into the toy-line in 1985, he is meant to be a master of strategy but ends up just arguing with himself. The toy’s spring action arms meant that he could hit the other side of himself very easily. Later series would see his origin explained as two rival bounty hunters, Tuvar and Baddrah, hired by Skeletor to lure He-Man into his clutches, but highly reluctant to work together given their long-standing rivalry. After failing Skeletor, he joined them as punishment.
The Injustice: Gods Among Us version of the DC Comics Universe was already fairly warped. So in this final issue of the crossover between that world and that of He-Man – possibly the last since DC Comics and Mattel have severed previous licensing ties – you might expect some further warpage.
Which means in apparent reference to the death of Ares at the hands of Sentry in Marvel’s Siege event series…
Supergirl does the same for Two-Bad. Of course for Tuvar and Baddrah this may be just what they wanted all along…
INJUSTICE VS THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE #6 (OF 6)
(W) Tim Seeley (A/CA) Freddie Williams II
He-Man is beset on all sides-by enemies and allies alike. If he helps Superman use the Nexus, he may save Earth from ever falling to injustice. But Skeletor has a marvelous trick up his sleeve! The battle rages, but who will prevail?In Shops: Jan 02, 2019