“Foxwing in Harkham Nights” from Ultimate Superheroines
Ultimate Superheroines has released its first production, Foxwing in Harkham Nights. Check out a trailer and more information below.
We at Ultimate Superheroines (USH) kick off our SHIP (Super Heroines In Peril) series with a brand new character, Foxwing.
After a long while of searching for her City’s hero, whom she knows as “Wayne” Foxwing has finally penetrated the walls of Harkham City. It took all of her resources and the help of her good friend, “Gordy”, to find him but time is running out. Even the wealthiest of socialites has her limitations!
The city is infected with a virus of the blood causing the already unhinged inmates of Harkham to spiral into greater and greater violence before finally succumbing to the sickness which rumbles through their veins. Anyone who remains for too long behind the walls will become infected. Gordy has learned that now Wayne, the City’s nameless guardian, their “dark knight”, has only hours to live before he, too, becomes what he most loathes in the world. Foxwing has vowed to never let that happen. The City needs Wayne, but can Foxwing save him in time?
“Foxwing” is an original character we at “The Ultimate Super Heroines” AKA USH, have been working on for 11 months. She is feisty and loyal, with an excellent sense of fashion. To her own detriment, she is a far too trusting. Despite her gadgets and hard earned physical strength, she is still gullible and always willing to help.
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Finally had the chance to check this out and I thought it was great! It was fun to watch!
Where is the unmasking scene ?
No apology necessary! It looks like the film is a lot of fun and really well done.
I have a very specific interest in women struggling to reach their cell phone or weapon but it sitting just out of their reach, but it’s a very unique interest!
Again the video looks great; nice work!
@steve – thanks for the encouragement. It is much appreciated. I am having a blast looking at other works and Ultraheroix definitely have a standard I would like to reach.
As an aside, in really taking the time to study the SHIP elements my eyes have been opened to how much of it I see in the television and A-List movies I see about comic book characters. Now I see almost all of the elements in the fight scenes in Green Arrow, Dare Devil and The Dark Knight.
@Reacherfan – Yes, HM is correct. It is the villains who are reaching for the syringe, not Foxwing. I actually did not realize reaching was considered a delight by the SHIP community. Thank you for mentioning it and I am sorry to disappoint, this time around. I will add “reaching” to my list of “Peril Elements” and do my best to give you a satisfying experience in my upcoming episodes.
@Reacherfan – Not to discourage you from buying it, but it’s the villains who struggle to reach the syringe, and not the heroine.
It looks like there’s at least one reaching scene where she struggles to reach a vial or syringe. I’ll try to check it out 🙂
I really liked the video. The girl had a certain charm, she looked good in the costume and cowl, and I appreciated the simple plot. Reminded me of some of the work put out by Ultraheroix-not an epic masterpiece, but engaging, fun, and entertaining. Wish the producers all the best on future endeavors.
@ Ultimate Superheroines: glad you did not take my comment as “snark”. Having only briefly worked for TV / media myself, I can still imagine, as a film fan, looking in from the outside, that it sometimes takes a long time to put a film together, especially when you are starting out and have a micro-budget. Yes, I am aware of the movies you mentioned, and the list goes on of directors who started out like that and went on to bigger things, but perhaps not better things. I find it interesting that directors like Romero, Lynch, Jackson, Carpenter, Craven,… Read more »
I see it says bearhugs? Any info on what style of hugs? Front,reverse and long or short bearhugs?
Hello, I like your video, I like the costume superheroine and is submitted, I would like her to be defeated, a good ending would see it face down on the floor defeated showing her butt, particularly it is what I like to see the body of heroin in those tight outfits, if you could consider that in the future in their videos he would be willing to buy all your videos
@HorseWithNoName I probably should be worried when you question why it took 11 months to finish a first SHIP episode but somehow I am just super-excited to be compared to George Romero’s NOTLD!!! Having gone to film school and studied Romero it feels like a major milestone to be compared to him. It kind of has my imagination running wild. You know, it also took David Lynch 5 years to finish Eraserhead and Peter Jackson 5 years to finish Bad Taste!!!
It’s a little rough around the edges, but I kinda liked it.
11 months in the making? She’s hiding behind a dumpster for a good portion of what may well be 24 minutes. In addition to that, 11 months and all you came up with is a folding table? No rope? Collars? Chains? No struggling or de booting? I would LOVE to purchase this movie but, the trailer showed me all I need to see. Sorry, for those reasons, i’m out.
Anymore info on when this is supposed to be released? Thanks
Like the look of the previews and will keep an eye out for its release.
For me, my main question is, what’s the “tone” of this movie and producer in general?
Is it dark and serious? PG rated or more risqué? Campy ? Etc. hard to tell.
I think a trailer that shows an actual live preview of the action would help.
I’m hoping to see a nice plot and back story. Who is the guy in the doorway? Is he her partner in justice coming to rescue her? I think its time for a different spin on things. I’m willing to give it a chance IF it offers something.
Production value means very little IMO. I have quite a few old videos with a shoe string budget that still hit the spot. Anyone know the price?
I had to go back and listen again but it kinda reminds me of that cheesy o-girl music…
Well, the music in the trailer seems a tad out of place, but I think my interest has been piqued nonetheless.
Count me in for this one. There are so many elements to this from the trailer and pics that just do it for me. And even if there were no trailer, the pics of the heroine alone are enough to make me buy 🙂
11 months in the making? Ok, Romero needed more the five years for Night of the Living Dead, but still…
Well I for one think this looks great and I love the outfit. I don’t mind a few creative liberties taken with a costume to make it sexier.
One thing I’m wondering is there’s the shots of the bad guy floating his hand along her body… Does he ever touch her? Or is it all just KO’s and beatdowns? That’s probably there for suspense…
I dont like a heroine who dresses like a pornstar. I think its better when the heroine outfit actually resemblance the original one or in a case of a new one a familiar style. It has to look like a real superheroine. The fantasy i think is to see a heroine who we all know losing as we never before. Well thats my taste i pretty sure that a lot of people will love it because the video doesnt look bad at all
I agree with Mikey, I don’t want to be too critical but I don’t think I am likely to be buying this.
I agree that the actress is gorgeous and shows promise but the actual footage from the trailer looks shocking and doesn’t exactly excite me in any way.
Sorry but nothing new or in any way up to the standards set by rye and the like
this looks awesome i cant what to see it and are there going to be a batgirl vs catwoman? htat be cool sequel
Look good! Nice costume. An there seem to be some KO scenes too. Looking forward to the release…