He-Press

What “reputable” publications (we say “reputable” because they have never written a legitimate article about He-Man) have featured FINDHEMAN.COM:

Wired.com

Gothamist

The Village Voice

Canada.com, Canada’s Official Website

Thrillist

The Apiary

CNBC.COM

PostWorthy

Monkey Filter

The Beat

Metroblogging Seattle

Going.com

This Guy

“A beefy ton of good-natured fun.” – The Village Voice

“He-Man is finding you. Pure He-Mazingness.” – Thrillist, New York

“Funny stuff.” – CNBC.COM

“A hilarious human tracking project…Watch out ladies because He-man may be looking for his She-Ra!” – Going.com

“Is it so bizarre that the only person who could possibly have started this blog is He-Man himself?…Is He-Man the new Lonelygirl15? Is it a promotion for MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE? Or is life just THAT connected that every random street sighting must now become a web site? Does He-Man have a Twitter account?” – The Beat

2 responses

1 05 2008
Jim

Too bad “Going.com” never watched the opening sequence of the She-Ra cartoon in the 80s.

She-Ra introduces herself as He-Man’s sister.

Saying that “He-man may be looking for his She-Ra” is like saying that “Donny might be looking for his Marie.”

EEEEEWWW!

Oh, also, you guys got mentioned in Wired.com today.

21 05 2009
Evan

This week’s New York Observer. Check it out.

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