A fancast for the upcoming reboot of Spawn.
Youngblood are a high-profile superteam sanctioned and overseen by the United States government. The members of Youngblood include Shaft, a former FBI agent and archer whose bow uses magnets to propel its arrow instead of a string; Badrock, a teenager transformed into a living block of stone; Vogue, a Russian fashion model with purple-and-chalk-white skin; and Chapel, a government assassin.
multi-millionaire Jacob Marlowe and his team of highly train superheroes must save the world from two evil alien race the Daemonites.
In each generation a Women is chosen to become the bearer of the Witchblade, a mysterious and powerful artifact. Detective Sara Pezzini must stand between the forces of Light and Dark, all the while trying to control and uncover the secrets of the Witchblade, even as she investigates the city’s strangest, most supernatural crimes.
The film focuses upon a team of mutants who had all at one point been captured by Cyberdata, an enormous corporation with ambitions of world-takeover. Cyberdata was run by brilliant scientists who had created advanced cybernetics technology and had employed this technology to create “Special Hazardous Operations Cyborg” or S.H.O.C.s. The captured mutants were all used in the experiments that had lead to the creation of the S.H.O.C.s, and had had their mutant abilities enhanced with cybernetic implants. The mutants escaped and banded together as Cyberforce to put an end to Cyberdata's plans.
The story revolves around an unfortunate young man named Eric. He and his fiancée, Shelly, are assaulted by a gang of street thugs after their car breaks down. Eric is shot in the head and is paralyzed, and can only watch as Shelly is savagely beaten,then as she dies at the scene. Eric survives and is taken to a hospital, but while surgeons are trying to save him, the Crow comes to him and convinces him he needs to let go of his life. Only by dying can the Crow help him exact his revenge. One year later, Eric is …
Moore's homage to Marvel clichés.The parody is not entirely affectionate, as the text pieces and fictional letter columns contain pointed inside jokes about the business practices of 1960s comics publishers, with “Affable Al” portrayed as a tyrant who claims credit for his employees' creations.
The story is that of Gary Hampton, a CEO who is bitten by a werewolf while on a family vacation. The story revolves around Gary's efforts to use his powers for good and to be a superhero, despite having an evil curse.
The Dragon was found in a burning field by Lt. Frank Darling. At the time, Chicago was being terrorized by villainous “superfreaks” , namely the criminal gang called the Vicious Circle, led by the mysterious Overlord. Realizing that the Dragon's super-human powers would be a terrific boon to the police in battling the Vicious Circle, Darling asks the Dragon to join the police. At first, the Dragon refuses and takes a job in the warehouse of Darling's cousin. After a number of serious incidents, including the murder of the superhero Mighty Man and the brutal mauling of SuperPatriot, Darling takes …
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