Episode 12 – The Price is Right does not, as the title might suggest, feature Bob Barker tormenting a weakened heroine (perhaps with that old, wired microphone he used to carry around all the time). Instead, this is basically a direct sequel to The Battle for Earth’s Episode 10 – Remember Me, which featured the torture and memory erasure of Superiorgirl. It pretty much picks up right where that episode left off, with a really simple storyline that involves Superiorgirl getting the bejeezus beat out of her almost the entire time.
The once mighty Superiorgirl awakes bound with her costume exposed! She has no recollection of how or why she is there but realizes the direstraights she is in! Unable to break free, Superiorgirl is now the object of Synestra’s greatest achievement… Creating a Super Slave! Day after day she abuses the defenseless Superiorgirl, only to wipe her short term memory with a special chloroform! Each time Superiorgirl awakes, she believes she has been captured for the first time! After a severe beating, Synestra gives Superiorgirl her strength back to prove to her that she is no match for Synestra’s magical powers! Superiorgirl stands no chance as her body is forced to move and stretch while Synestra prepares to burn the most tender parts of her body! Does Superiorgirl make it out or does Synestra break her new toy?
So there you have it. Now, two things pop into mind in regards to this video:
1) It’s jam-packed full of peril and humiliation for the heroine, so we don’t really get a chance to see Superiorgirl being superior. This is neither a good nor bad thing on its own terms; it just depends on what you, the viewer, look for in a superheroine video.
2) I figure this video was shot and edited very quickly since the whole thing basically takes place in one location and has been released so very soon after the previous episode. Is this a bad thing? Again, it depends on your preference. The whole episode is really simple and just features a long beatdown of Superiorgirl after a brief plot outline at the beginning. So if that’s what you’re looking for, this should be a great video for you. If you want a more complex plot with a variety of locations (like the Avalon videos), you’ll probably want to look elsewhere.
So that’s about it. What do you guys think?