“Iron Heroine” from NGC Championship

Red Glory faces off against Comet Girl in an “Iron Heroine” battle from NGC Championship.

Red Glory and a returning Comet Girl square off in a huge test of their stamina. The Announcer, so excited by Comet Girl coming back, and also the need to pursue a vendetta against Red Glory, gives the heroines 12 hours to defeat each other over and over. KO’s, Submissions, and Pins abound in the first ever ‘Iron Heroine’ battle!

 


 
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The Member Gift with this release is almost 2 minutes of out-takes from Season 3 Episode 1, starring the short-lived but rather excellent Steel Sister. Enjoy!

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DrMabuse
DrMabuse

Man, a Friday without a NGC release is almost like not a Friday at all.

Darkwrath016
Darkwrath016

Not the best championship video I’ve watch but by no means the worst either. After a two year absence it sure was great seeing Comet Girl back in action and pretty much all my favorite peril parts involved our lightening quick heroine on the receiving end. There is a little bit of rust from Comet Girl in terms of some of her reactions and grunts of pain but overall she was still pretty good. Perhaps the one flaw I can pinpoint is that the girls seem to have a bit of an issue selling attacks. They sell receiving blows pretty well but attacking doesn’t seem to be their forte. For instance, Red Glory was delivering several punches towards Comet Girls face in the beginning and it seemed to just fall flat really. Either Red Glory needs a bigger windup or she needs to deliver it faster or the camera switch sides and focus on the receiver instead of the attacker. Same thing with the kick to Comet Girl’s stomach when the CG was on her hands and knees. A bigger windup or faster delivery will sell that better (I think). And I’m not necessarily picking on Red Glory here either. I could say the same thing for Wonderstrike in her last championship match and sister fate in the broken wings series (though she was great in Kandy Crisis). I will say though that the moments of levity in these championship matches are truly something to watch over and over again and are highly enjoyable. That last part involving Red Glory and the announcer in Red Glory’s win ending was one of the funniest things I’ve seen/heard all month and has my vote for funniest moment in SHIP videos for the year and maybe all time. It was also Red Glory’s best acting moment of all time too (the delivery of that attack was great). If for nothing else I would purchase this video again just to see that part. Kinda curious now what’s going to happen to Red Glory given her actions.

Nailu
Nailu

I agree that they haven’t been selling the attacks that well recently. Good review.

LordSnot
LordSnot

Comet Girl is back! What a beauty and those curves. Missed her.

Mell
Mell

Based on the last few weeks of releases, the pantyhose have won. Congratulations. I haven’t seen an actual superheroine release with (clutch your pearls) bare legs since that last Coco vid. Oh well. I guess weird control top hose are the thing. I submit.

Darkwrath016
Darkwrath016

Of all the heroines to seemingly fight back against their wicked captors who force them to fight in the championship, I never would have imagined Red Glory to be the first. Kinda curious now as to what prompted Red Glory to stomp on the announcer’s foot.

DrMabuse
DrMabuse

Yeah, I wouldn’t have guessed that Red Glory would be the one. To be fair, I think Lady Victory tried to take a swing at the MC once, but that was because he was about to strip her of her title/identity.

I’ve been a little disappointed in the Championship series not delving more into the dynamics of the heroines’ captivity and at how little resistance they’ve offered. Still, the fact that most heroines either seem enthusiastic about their compulsory combat or just shrug and acquiesce suggests something about the heroines themselves. Maybe some of them are motivated more by the thrill of fighting (and winning) than they are by the high-minded ideals that they’re supposed to hold. For others, maybe the weight of living in bondage is so heavy that resistance becomes unthinkable.

Darkwrath016
Darkwrath016

Oh yeah! I forgot about Lady Victory’s outburst that one time. But like you said, she had more reasons than most to want to have done that.

As for myself, I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m disappointed that the Championship doesn’t delve more into the dynamics. The way I look at it, it’s kinda of a pure heroine fight series that is almost solely about combat with a little bit of dialogue. To put a story and delve further into the dynamics in the background probably would take away that. Besides, you can glean a lot about them too based on their dialogue pre and post match. But I like your point DrMabuse about the heroine’s lack of fighting back against their captors and what that says about their personalities. Got me thinking a lot and re-watching a couple of the championship and this is what I gathered about the heroine’s and their response to their current predicament

-Starshot: After her initial bout with defiance in her Wonderstrike match, she seems to want to climb the ranks of the leaderboard and is willing to do whatever it takes to get to the top.
-Virtue: While she seems to have come to terms with her captivity, her recent string of defeats is leaving the heroine in white frustrated.
-Wonderstrike: Didn’t seem to mind either way but now that she’s top heroine she’s taken pride in her under defeated status (and I hope she stays that way too)
-RedGlory: Also didn’t mind either way and seemed to want to fight. (interesting that she’s 1 victory away from being 2nd top heroine in the leaderboard)
-Spectrum: Wants to fight and takes pride in achieving victory. Hates to lose.
-Deceptress: Welcomed the challenge of the championship and was confident in her abilities. Doesn’t seem to mind that technically she’s fairly close to the bottom of the leaderboard when looking at all her matches and has lost to the dominator three times! (by the way, that sure is shaping up to be a good rivalry).
-Lady Victory: Where initially she wanted to fight, she has gone from eager, to annoyed, to frustrated with every defeat.

Also interesting that all the villainess seem enjoy a coveted status with the MC and the wicked captors.

DrMabuse
DrMabuse

Yes, Darkwrath, I do think that diving more deeply into the story of the heroines’ captivity and their ways of coping/resisting would put more dramatic weight on the series than it’s intended to hold. Personally, I’d like to see more of that, but like you say, there are hints for those who want them. Now that I think of it, I’m really just missing the Fail Safe Sisters series, which was much more about the Unity v. Lockdown backstory and the heroines were more openly defiant. God, I miss the FSS.

Still, the Championship series is well-tooled for its own purposes. The Erica/Dominator rivalry is getting pretty good. In fact, I think it’s partly responsible for my increasing appreciation for Erica (believe it or not, it took me awhile to warm to her.)

I’m wondering if we’ll see more of the other potential series NGC has introduced recently, like The Villain Network or Tough Justice.

DrMabuse
DrMabuse

New Comet Girl and more of the Steel Sister? It’s like early Christmas!

Next Global Crisis
Next Global Crisis

Merry Octo-mas!

Hmph!
Hmph!

Please bring back steel sister!

Jeff
Jeff

I concur! Merry Octo-mas!!

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