Based on the game, not the anime.
Adaptation of the 1970's sitcom starring Janet Jackson, Jimmie Walker, Esther Rolle, and John Amos.
Firebird is a military pilot assigned to a risky venture to capture a Federate world outpost. Because she is a wastling, she is considered expendable. Leading her tagwing fighter group, she is captured by Federate colonel Brennen Caldwell, a telepath who senses something special about her. She attempts honorable suicide by poison for her failure, but Caldwell thwarts her medically. Under duress, her military knowledge is used by Caldwell to save the Federate outpost. Firebird begins to see the dishonorable tactics of her people for what they are. Caldwell, in addition to being the most powerful Ehretan telepath of his ...
The Movie features two spies, Black and White, who are constantly warring against each other, and coming up with increasingly sophisticated ways of doing away with the other.
Two spies, one Black and one White, that are constantly battling one other, and coming up with increasingly sophisticated methods to defeat the other. The Black and White Spies are employed by the embassies of two nations (witch ones is irrelevant) and look identical except for the color of their uniforms, the Spies battle against one other using a variety of complicated creative techniques involving weapons, machines and props. The victor alternates roughly every other comic, and neither spy is portrayed as good or evil since both of them are equally ruthless towards one other.
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