Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr She-Ra is coming back to our screens thanks in part to the show’s producer, Noelle Stevenson! Chances are, you already know this. If you don’t, let’s get you up to speed. SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER focuses on Adora, a young girl who has been brought up alongside her friend Catra in the Evil Horde. Once day Adora gets mysteriously called to a sword in the woods. Although the trailers haven’t shown exactly how Adora becomes She-Ra, it is clear that she becomes the iconic warrior She-Ra. On top of that, she realizes that the Horde is actually evil. Adora will have to work with the other princesses to fight the Horde and her friend-turned-enemy Catra. To celebrate the show coming out, the cast was at New York Comic Con 2018. ComicsVerse’s Jordan Parrish had the pleasure of sitting down with Noelle Stevenson and Aimee Carrero, voice of Adora/She-Ra, at NYCC to hear a bit about SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER. Hanging with Noelle Stevenson and Aimee Carrero Over her career, Aimee Carrero has played a lot of hilarious characters who tend to get into wacky situations. She talked about how she gravitated towards that type of role and what it’s like being the voice of Adora/She-Ra. Both Noelle and Aimee talked about what it is like working on the show. Noelle often allows Aimee to take creative liberties when recording, which can turn into some of the best lines. Aimee also talked about what coming into the studio to record is like and what it means to her.One of the most interesting parts of the discussion was hearing what “power” means both in SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER and to these two women. She-Ra has always been such a powerful character, so to hear these two women who are once again bringing her back to life talk about power and strength was amazing. [divider style=”shadow” top=”15″ bottom=”15″] Be sure to catch SHE-RA AND THE PRINCESSES OF POWER on Netflix!