Black Scorpion


Black Scorpion is a 1995 superhero comedy film directed by Jonathan Winfrey and starring Joan Severance as the eponymous costumed crime fighter. Roger Corman was the executive producer, and it was originally released on the Showtime cable network as part of the Roger Corman Presents series.

The film concerns the comic book-style adventures of Darcy Walker, a police detective whose secret identity is the Black Scorpion, a superhero vigilante for justice. While the movie doesn't explicitly spell out whether she has any special powers or not, it is shown in multiple scenes, through use of an electrical charge, that she is being enhanced by the scorpion ring she wears, a gift from her late father. Like Batman, she fights evildoers with a combination of martial arts, great agility and strength, and many technological devices, including a high-powered, specially equipped car. Also like the Batman TV series of the 1960s, Black Scorpion is a work of camp, using deliberately exaggerated and unrealistic characters and events to comic effect.

Black Scorpion was followed by a 1997 sequel, Black Scorpion II: Aftershock. In 2001, the Sci-Fi Channel aired a Black Scorpion TV series that starred Michelle Lintel in the title role.

Black Scorpion was turned into a comic-book series, published digitally by Devil's Due Digital.[1] There was also a one-off Legend of Isis / Black Scorpion comic published by Bluewater Productions.[2]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
Чёрный скорпион
Black Scorpion
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 1208
Darsteller:Joan Severance
Bruce Abbott
Garrett Morris
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