Heroineburgh Custom #8 available – “Eve of Destruction: Kaliyuga vs Sintilla”
After a bit of lull in the customs department – following an initial rush last year which churned out seven customs from our loyal fans in short order – we come roaring back with Custom #8: “Eve of Destruction: Kaliyuga vs. Sintilla”, written and ordered by our super-fan, Doug. It’s now available to download at http://www.heroineburgh.com/custom-videos/ .
Not only is this the first custom to contain several special effects (thanks to our excellent new editor, Mike, who debuted on Episode 21) but we also have two supervillainesses in some of the tightest, shiniest costumes around. Not only is the campy and vivacious Alicia in her usual excellent form as Sintilla (one of our most popular characters, naturally), but we have probably the most adorable Indian-American actress ever to don a superheroine costume in the incredible Sana. And yes, that includes the estimable Poonam Basu from Heroine Legends, or that actress who played Hornet in one early episode of Next Global Crisis. These are things to enjoy.
So what’s the plot? Kaliyuga has hired the sexy, sneaky super-thief Sintilla to steal all the dark-energy crystals in the city, which she then feeds into an ancient machine (or maybe a creature?) to irradiate herself and increase her power level to that of a goddess of pure destruction. All is going according to Kaliyuga’s plan, until she tries to double cross Sintilla and submit her to a most grisly fate. Can the slinky Sintilla save herself from certain doom by using her unique powers of precognition?
Some of the elements:
Female on female combat
Tight & shiny costumes
Superpower usage (FX) by Kaliyuga
Arm lock restraint
Villainesses in bondage
and Vore! (I think that’s the technical term. First time I’ve used it in a video.)
Hopefully you’ll agree it’s a fun time. This is exactly the kind of stuff which pushes the edge of PG-13 (and reminds us of the classic TV shows…or watching new episodes of Darna) which we love to do.
Now available for download at http://www.heroineburgh.com/custom-videos/ .
And if you have an idea for a custom involving one of our original characters (and we also have many alternate costumes, including some standard superheroine ones), let’s begin the discussion at email@example.com .
Thanks to Doug, and to all our loyal fans! Here are a handful of stills and a Youtube clip.
Of course, we won’t reveal the ending. But I can tell you that these two beautiful and talented actresses had a lot of fun making this. Here’s a playful cast photo, a BTS from Instagram, and Youtube outtake clip.
Looking forward to more great productions in 2023 for Heroineburgh: Episode 22 begins Season 3. Issue 4 is in the pipeline as Ben and Wayne begin working on it. We’re attending over a dozen Comicons including our debut at HeroesCon in Charlotte, and our first booths in Cincinnati, Youngstown, State College and Hershey. And hopefully there’ll be more customs soon, as well. Heroines Assemble!
I really love Kaliyuga’s look. Is her character inspired by the Indian superheroine Bijli? Definitely hope to see more of her.
Yes, we are inspired by Bijli – great eye! Another more recent Indian TV heroine we like is Naagkanya, and combined with Valentina from the Darnaverse, she is the influence for our character Serpenta (who is literally now a Naga goddess). We also have the Devi graphic novels from the now-defunct Virgin Comics (re-branded as Graphic India). Gorgeous art – hard to understand why it didn’t become a movie franchise like Krrish. Those books helped inspire our character Arogya the Healer. If you want more, Kaliyuga has already appeared in Episodes 15, 17 and 21. She’s an arrogant and powerful… Read more »
We need more Indian superheroines in peril. Nice work!
Thanks for the compliment! If you’d like to see more of them, we have Arogya the Healer and Kaliyuga the Destroyer in episodes 11, 15, 17, 18 Pt 1, 20, and 21.
Oh that’s great! Yes, I will check these out. Thank you for producing ship films with more diverse women.
MORE INDIAN SUPERHEROINES PLEASE! across all producers
A superheroine’s place is barefoot and naked in the kitchen.
Hey – if you want to do a “Supermom” custom (I know there’s a small fanbase for that old Coca-Cola commercial), we’d be game, Nobody’s done that yet.
Cute girls and costumes, but the tone, style, and “peril elements” of these videos are sooooo weird and off base from the other content on this site.
Well, I hope Da Jinx would excuse us for saying so, but I think we’re pretty similar to Ultraheroix – we even proposed crossing over with two Heroineburgh actresses a couple years ago when I met him in NYC. You might think we’re “weird” if you didn’t watch any of the campy superheroine action on TV from the 60s to the 00s, and if you’re not following Darna right now. All of our original material stems from that perspective, including the comic books from those eras. As for content, Custom #8 and all the previous customs contain scenarios written entirely… Read more »
Not knocking anyone’s taste in the other content on this site but it gets redundant to someone like me who longs for outside the box stuff like what Heroineburgh and Ultraheroix provide. If the heroine getting punched in the gut or below the belt repeatedly then being stripped and whatever else usually happens afterward is what the buyer likes, then there’s no shortage of that. But producers like this give customers like me a much needed break from the more popular stuff on this site.
I think that’s what Heroineburgh and me (ultraheroix) set apart from others. There are certain aspects that we won’t be able to compete with other producers. So we work and try to excel at what we are good at like story-telling, variety and campy style.
..and don’t forget the tight, shiny costumes! 🙂 Thanks for the good words, Mr Jinx – we always enjoy your work, and you’ve been an inspiration. It’s also quite clear that there other PG-13 producers besides us two, who post frequently on here, such as KickAss or Lora. So, there’s something for almost everyone in SHIPland! .