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 ... See full summary »
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've seen every episode and own the DVD's and I am convinced of one thing. "Adventures Of Superseven" should be a weekly, half hour TV series. And not on network, because they just wouldn't get it and wind up screwing it up. It belongs on Comedy Central or Adult Swim or FX or some such network. It is clearly a homage and love letter to the spy shows and movies of the 1960's. The series is influenced and pays homage to such things as James Bond, Matt Helm, Flint, Eurospy movies, "Get Smart", "The Avengers", "Man From UNCLE", "Mission: Impossible", masked wrestling movies, the Kaiju genre and much more. A 60's spy-geek junkie's dream series. Stunts, fights, action, sexy women, gadgets and a hefty body count for a comedy! The entire cast is wonderful, especially Jerry Kokich as Superseven, Olivia Dunkley as Sandra West (Politically incorrect and doing all those things you wish Emma Peel would do, if she weren't so British and nice!) and Anne Leighton as the ditsy mechanical genius, Sparky. I know it's on Youtube and even won a bunch of awards, but seriously, with soooo much garbage on TV, this really needs to be a TV series and soon!
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