Ninja Hawk: Origins is the third installment in the Black Falcon series from SuperHeroine World and Hawk Heroines. The first two episodes introduced us to Nicole Oring’s Ninja Hawk and Paris Kennedy’s Black Falcon. This time, Nicole Oring is the only heroine character, and as the title suggests, we learn a little about her backstory and once again watch her thoroughly defiled, tortured and humiliated by the bad guys. I loved the first two installments, and even though I found this one to be not quite as strong as the previous episodes, I still enjoyed it for a well choregraphed and edited fight scene and Nicole Oring’s performance as the traumatized Ninja Hawk.
After a recap of the previous two episodes, we begin with Ninja Hawk already tied AOH to an X-cross and being whipped by an unidentified villain. Now, there’s nothing at all wrong with any of this, except that the whipping scene in Slayer Paris, Episode 4 was better, in my opinion, and I would have loved a more convincing scene with Nicole Oring as the victim. Nevertheless, we still get the lovely Nicole Oring and her excellent reactions to the whipping.
Then, we enter a flashback, where we learn a little bit about Ninja Hawk’s childhood and her decision to become a hawk-based superheroine. I found this sequence really entertaining and original for this genre. Instead of another heroine seeking an ancient relic or rescuing a helpless victim, Ninja Hawk: Origins shows us the history of the title character and explains the forces that motivate her to seek revenge. Even though it’s all done with humor, and it’s ultimately just an excuse to have Nicole Oring whipped and sexually assaulted, I still enjoyed the thought put into the story.
Eventually, Ninja Hawk faces her primary opponent, a deadly ninja who has been the object of Ninja Hawk’s quest for vengeance. They battle it out in a really well done fight scene, with the bad guy (of course) getting the upper hand and beating up Ninja Hawk (and taking the time to sexually molest her while he’s at it).
Later, we get a fairly long scene of naked Nicole Oring slowly putting on her Ninja Hawk outfit and then some more torture and groping by the hands of unseen bad guys with Oring tied to the cross from the opening scenes.
This is a good follow-up to the previous Black Falcon episodes, and I’m a big fan of Nicole Oring, so I enjoyed this one, even though, as I said, I think it’s probably the weakest in the series. The previous episodes featured a zanier and really entertaining bad guy (played by Wolf Hudson), Paris Kennedy completing the other half of the duo, and a great scene that just happens to coincide with a lot of my personal preferences in which Nicole Oring is tied AOH and belly punched. So by comparison, this episode seems to have a little less energy. But I still really like it and recommend it to fans of this company. It still features great lighting, acting, choreography, editing, etc., so if you liked previous episodes, you should enjoy this one as well.
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