Does Claire Elise suffer from a medical condition that causes her to look hotter each successive time she steps in front of a camera? I think the visual evidence clearly backs this up. Anyway, let’s get on with the review of Next Global Crisis’ Bluebird 2020 Part 2.
[Beware spoilers] Two members of Vanguard escort Bluebird to meet Samantha Mayflower, who apparently is the financier behind the organization. Samantha Mayflower is played by Samantha Svenson, who in just a few other appearances has become one of my favorite actresses in the genre, and I think the best new talent introduced this year. She’s appeared as two characters in other NGC productions and will play a bad ass enforcer in an upcoming Kickasskandy custom video that I ordered and that was co-produced by NGC.
Samantha makes it known that she wants Bluebird to get back into the game and take on Rex Deacon for a third time. But before that happens, Samantha asks Bluebird to regale her with the story of her second fight with Rex that lead to her retirement from the superheroine game.
BB starts to tell the story, and we see the battle through an incredibly well-done flashback sequence. Rex shows up at BB’s front door and hits her with a jolt of electricity that sends her flying to the ground. He picks her up, lands several stomach punches, and rips open her shirt, exposing her costume.
Rex nails her with another shot of electricity, removes her glasses, and drops her to the floor with a blow to her back. Rex tries to hit her with another blast of electricity, but her second wind power activates and allows her to dodge the attack. Bluebird goes on the offensive and rocks Rex with several blows, removes all of her civilian attire, and lets her hair down, so we get the full on Bluebird experience.
It’s at this point where Rex reveals that his arm that Bluebird broke in their first battle has been upgraded and that his electric blasts are twice as powerful as before. However, Bluebird is able to briefly take control with her superior fighting skills but Rex rapid fires several energy blasts that knock BB into the wall. He hits another stomach punch, lifts her over his shoulder, sends a powerful shock through her body, and finally breaks her arm.
After another long shock attack, Bluebird falls to the floor, barely conscious. Rex goes in for the kill, but a second wind kicks in, and with only one arm, Bluebird heroically fights back. She seems to have Rex on the verge of defeat, but he is able to shock her again, blunting her momentum.
They go back and forth for a short time until Rex gains the advantage and sends several more shocks through her body. From this point on Rex dominates the action by picking BB up, dropping her over his knee two times and landing several vicious shots to the ribs. He then breaks one of Bluebird’s legs and begins to run a massive amount of electricity through her head. And that’s where her story and our in-depth review ends.
So, how does Part 2 compare to Part 1? Well, I concluded my review of Part 1 with these two sentences. “How are they going to top this? I don’t know, but I don’t doubt for one second that they will.” Guess what? I was right. Part 2 is better. Just like the first episode the Bluebird and Rex battle was incredible, but this fight was much more vicious. I think easily the most violent fight that NGC has ever put together.
I already can’t wait to see where Part 3 takes us. Does anyone else think this Vanguard organization sounds a little too good to be true? Time will tell. Things are rarely what they seem to be in the NGC universe. I have a feeling that things are going to get a lot worse for Bluebird in the near future.
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