The Flying Fists of Power! is the title of a Masters of the Universe minicomic. It was packaged with Flying Fists He-Man. The story was written by Tim Kilpin and the artwork was drawn by Jim Mitchell.
- Heroic Warriors
- He-Man/Prince Adam, The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull, Buzz-Off, Sy-Klone, Man-At-Arms
- Evil Warriors
- Skeletor, Two Bad, Beast Man
The Sorceress gives He-Man the power of the Flying Fists, and new weapons. Meanwhile, at Snake Mountain, Skeletor decides to capture Prince Adam to use him as a bargain chip to make He-Man allow himentrance to Castle Grayskull.
Several days later, Prince Adam is relaxing at a peaceful spot, but a bird transforms into a horrible, huge vulture and attacks him. Then, Two Bad and Beast Man capture Adam. Skeletor binds Adam with mystic manacles that become tighter the more one struggles.
Skeletor brings his prisoner to Castle Grayskull, where the Heroic Warriors are standing guard. He tells them to call He-Man. Buzz-Off tries to find He-Man while the others promise Skeletor they won't attack him whilke Adam is safe, but won't allow him to enter Grayskull anyways. Skeletor gets angry and blasts them with magical energy, then decides that rather than wait for He-Man, he will blast the jawbridge himself. While doing this, he forgets about Adam, who transforms into He-Man, still manacled, but then uses the flying fists to break the manacles. When Skeletor sees He-Man, he tries to blast him, but He-Man uses his spinning shield to reflect the blast against Skeletor, who escapes promising he will return with his own new power to oppose the Flying Fists.
When the Heroic Warriors ask what happened to Adam, He-Man tells he freed him. They apolgize for not fighting back Skeletor because he had Adam, but He-Man reassures them that they did the right thing.
- Skeletor's line at the end, about getting his own new power, is followed in The Terror Claws Strike!, by the same writer.