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
Shining like a beacon through the abyss of dull, uninspired web series comes "The Adventures of Superseven", a nano-budget sendup of swingin' 60's spy thrillers! This multi-award-winning cyberspace serial consistently belies its budget, delivering more entertainment in ten minutes than many of today's Summer blockbusters can muster in two hours!
"Superseven" is a labor of love, and it shows. Writer/director/producer/creator Scott Rhodes, an avid fan of/virtual encyclopedia of knowledge on all things 60's spy, has taken his affinity for this genre and injected it into every facet of the series. "Superseven" is replete with echoes of "James Bond", "Get Smart", "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", "The Avengers", "The Prisoner", and countless other lesser known spy sagas of yesteryear. Make no mistake, however - "Superseven" is no mere pastiche of tongue-in-cheek homages; it is an inspired, original romp with a style and flavor all its own.
Series star Jerry Kokich is a joy to watch in the role of the eponymous superspy hero. Channeling the likes of Adam West and William Shatner, Kokich brings the perfect amount of deadpan savvy to the character.
The lovely and talented Olivia Dunkley co-stars as the sultry "Sandra West", alternately Seven's foil/love interest.
Rounding out the cast of regulars is up-and-comer Anne Leighton, who utterly sparkles as the adorable "Sparky", Seven's trusty mechanic and unrequited admirer.
Zany and fun recurring characters like the villainous "Thunderpussy" (Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez) compliment the series leads.
Oh, yes - the work behind the camera matches the talent in front of it. "Superseven" is expertly shot and edited, and features impressive stunt work coordinated by Rhodes himself (an accomplished veteran stuntman).
Veteran FX wiz Doug Drexler chips in with top-notch digital effects.
Smart, action-packed and rife with laughs, this spirited valentine to 60's spy thrillers proves heart and imagination can outshine the biggest budget.
Whether or not you are a fan of the genre, "The Adventures of Superseven" is one web series worth checking out!
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