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Snake Face
Snake Face.jpg
Snake Face exposes his snakes in the 2002 version of the series.
Portrayed by Paul Dobson (2002)
Alignment Evil
Affiliations Snake Men
Powers/skills Ability to turn people into stone

Snake Face is a fictional character in the Masters of the Universe franchise. He is a member of the Snake Men, who has the power of turn people into stone when he exposes his snakes. His power and appearance make him look like a male version of the Medusa.

Early appearances

Snake Face first appears in the minicomic "Revenge of the Snake Men", where King Hiss summons him and Sssqueeze from the dimension where the Snake Men are trapped. Snake Face's powers are the main focus of the comic, since he uses them against He-Man, Extendar and The Sorceress, who disguises herself as Queen Marlena. He-Man uses his Power Sword to revert the effect and, not long after that, in a battle in Viper Tower, He-Man turns all the Snake Men into stone, by reflecting Snake Face's power of petrifaction back at them. Snake Face also appears in the minicomic "Energy Zoids", where he transforms Rotar into stone to capture him and later makes him fight against the new Evil Warrior, Twistoid. Snake Face also appears in the Marvel MOTU comics, first in issue #8, where he is depicted as a member of the Evil Horde, and later he makes a cameo in issue #12 as a member of the recently arrested Snake Men.

Snake Face did not appear in the 1980s Filmation cartoon because it had ended by the time his figure was released.

2002 series

Snake Face also appears in the 2002 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series, along with the Snake Men. He appears much less than the other Snake Men and in an early encounter his power is turned against him by He-Man. His stone body is subsequently seen in the Eternian prison but is not released by the end of the series.



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