- Heroic Warriors
- Prince Adam/He-Man, Extendar, King Randor
- Evil Warriors
- Snake Men
- King Hiss, Tung Lashor, Rattlor
The story begins with the Snake Men and Skeletor complaining about He-Man. Tung Lashor and Rattlor claim they have a plan to rid them of He-Man, once and for all, and set out to do it. Extendar is visiting the royal palace because Prince Adam wants to introduce him to his parents, King Randor and Queen Marlena. The two Snake Men enter the palace and take the king and queen as hostages. Extendar cannot do anything against it because he does not want to risk their royal lives. Adam runs away and changes into He-Man, who manages to knock them out, but Tung Lashor manages a strike him with his tongue. The poisonous venom spreads and hardens around He-Man until the hero is nothing more than a helpless statue. Extendar tries furiously to crack the shell around He-Man. He finally sets He-Man free, while the Snake Men escape. He-Man grabs a pair of Stilt Stalkers and chases the two Snake Men. He-Man and Extendar cath up to the two Snake Men and they begin to fight. During the battle, Tung Lashor accidentally coats Rattlor in his venom and He-Man knocks Tung Lashor out of the way. He is thrown so far that he lands in the swamps next to king Hiss, who was resting there. Hiss, angered at the intrusion, chases him, meanwhile the other heroes come to welcome Extendar to the team.
- In the minicomic, Tung Lashor's tongue has a venom that hardens on the victim's skin, turning it into a statue. The "turning people into statues" idea was later carried on other member of the Snake Men named Snake Face.
- Rattlor acts as a sort of sidekick to Tung Lashor, contrary to his portrayal in the 2002 TV series as King Hiss' direct second-in-command. At some point, also, Tung Lashor thinks about becoming King Hiss' right hand snake.