Super7even is an international man of mystery and the top agent for T.H.E.M! (A secret organization, sworn to battle the world wide forces of evil!). Superseven's code name is DANGER! His ...
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Super7even is an international man of mystery and the top agent for T.H.E.M! (A secret organization, sworn to battle the world wide forces of evil!). Superseven's code name is DANGER! His passport...to HELL! Follow the masked, crimson avenger and his lethal, beautiful and reluctant partner, "Sandra West" (A former agent of T.H.E.M), as they battle villains, femme fatales, monsters, robots, invading aliens, henchmen, assassins and criminal masterminds bent on world domination...And destruction! Written by
I stumbled on this excellent web series, as I was surfing the net. I saw a photo of a Superargo type masked hero holding a WWII machine gun standing next to a hot blonde in a mini skirt holding an UZi! I followed the photo to a website, where I was introduced to all 39 episodes of this 1960's spy homage! It tool me back to all of those great 60's spy shows and movies of my kidhood. All the references and spoofs are there. Action, comedy, beautiful women, gadgets, stock footage, zany plots, etc. I felt like I was 12 again, watching Eurospy movies on the Late, Late show! The cast is wonderful: Jerry Kokich is spot on as the hero "Superseven"(with an obvious nod to Adam West), Olivia Dunkley is the beautiful and lethal as "Sandra West"(Granddaughter of "Honey West" and great, great granddaughter of "James West"), she is like Emma Peel (except that she will kill someone without hesitation...And yes, it is a comedy!). Anne Leighton is adorable and hilarious as "Sparky", Superseven's ditzy/genius engineer, who has a terminal crush on him. Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez rounds out the cast as the nefarious "Thunderpussy"..Yes, "THUNDERPUSSY" and gets to show off her numerous stunt, language and music skills. Everyone in the cast is wonderful, down to the numerous guest spots. They even got Barbara Luna from Star Trek's "Mirror Mirror" to play the head villainess "Sue Muru" in an episode! They also got the music right, which really kicks some 60's lounge style ass. This is a damn cool show and easily my favorite web series. The writers and directors get it and hit the bullseye with this series...It should be a night time half hour comedy series on cable. It is far better than most of the dreck on TV today.
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