Black Panther is the ruler and protector of the African nation of Wakanda. Using technology, wits, and extraordinary fighting ability he must protect his nation from an invasion led by Ulysses Klaw, the man who killed his father.
After recently been freed from the domination of the alien Skrull Empire, Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman, is in the dumps of being the pawn of yet another malevolent force. However, things begin to look different when a mysterious woman recruits her for a secret agency called the Sentient World Observation and Response Department (S.W.O.R.D.), dedicated to dealing with extraterrestrial threats to world security. Now Jessica is assigned to hunt the remaining Skrulls hiding on, but the task will not be easy against an devious shapeshifting enemy who knows her own secrets and is determined to stop her. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
The animation is poor. None of the mouths move, so its just static pictures with a bit of movement of certain cut outs. It looks hand painted though.
The episodes are short and there are titles and credits on each episode making them even shorter. You have to press skip if watching the DVD. Why they couldn't edit them all together into a proper movie is beyond explanation.
At times, the static screen is overwhelmingly poor. Jessica has pale green skin and is missing eyes on occasion. Story plots jump from a Single punch fight with another Superhero to being locked up by a terrorist with no explanation.
Even the story seemed depressing and for someone called "Spider-woman" she spends very little time in her costume and has no skills or powers of use. Poor showing.
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