Along with the other characters in the toy line, Evil-Lyn is older than she is when she last appears in the main plotline, but only marginally. The action figure’s white hair isn’t a marker of old age, but rather a physical feature that’s consistent with past renditions of the character. Smith’s series picks up where the 1983 series left off and seeks to tie up some loose ends that still nag at fans of the old cartoon. The first episode of the new series will resemble the old series, but an unspecified “cataclysmic event” will change the course of the narrative for the rest of the show. Evil-Lyn will be voiced by a perfectly cast Lena Heady, who’s joined by Chris Wood as He-Man, Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Teela, and Justin Long as Roboto.
Smith’s nostalgic sequel is by a fan, for fans, and clearly intended to capture the spirit of the original. It’s only right that Mattel is releasing a new line of action figures to complement the series so that adults who watched He-Man in their youth can relive the full experience. The pitch behind Masters of the Universe: Revelation is a promising one: to wrap up the unfinished storylines and unanswered questions of the original show, while exploring the classic characters on a deeper level. Evil-Lyn is perhaps the most compelling character in the series, as she simultaneously serves as Skeletor’s dedicated underling while openly admitting to her ambition to one day overtake him. Mattel’s action figure is an exciting sneak peek of the character’s newest form.
Originally from https://screenrant.com/masters-universe-revelation-evil-lyn-action-figure-new/