Heroineburgh: Interview w/Poderosa & Dysphoria. EPs 11-13 coming!
Heroineburgh just celebrated the debut of Episodes 11-13, marking the conclusion of Season One of the the live-action superheroine video series based in Pittsburgh, PA. The occasion was marked by two premiere showings, one all-ages at a coffeehouse with four screens and lots of free tasty food, and one on a projection screen in a popular bar known for comedy and burlesque shows. Both were well received and there were a couple preview articles written in the local media.
Next, Heroineburgh’s Episodes 11-13 will debut at the regional pop-culture convention known as Steel City Comicon, on Friday December 7 at noon. All weekend, the heroines will be greeting both longtime fans and curious newcomers at the booth at Artists’ Alley, where T-shirts, posters and stickers (by DC Comics artist Jason Wright) will be available along with original art by Ben Zeus Barnett, the co-founder of the newly created Heroineburgh Comics (which will release its first issue in 2019 and feature original stores not available in the videos).
Following that, we’ll make an official announcement in early December about the episodes being available online, while we begin filming Episode 14 – the first episode of Season Two. In the meantime, however, here’s an excellent way to get acquainted with two of the stars of Heroineburgh: Poderosa, the Latina superwoman (who will appear in Episodes 12 and 13), and Dysphoria, the diabolical dominatrix of decay (who appears in Episodes 8 and 13).
Here is the video interview from the podcast Start the Beat, hosted by Brian Sikes, with his guests Christina (Poderosa) and Stephanie W (Dysphoria). Enjoy their commentary, and watch out for our official release announcement very soon!
And also, to remind you of what these two ladies look like in costume, here is Dysphoria posing backstage as she gets ready to play the real-life role of lead singer in a Gary Numan tribute band; and Poderosa as she contends for the leadership of the Heroine League with her political rival, the mighty Frija.
Thank you for your answer. I’ve seen that those issues are online on your video store, and be sure I’m gonna purchase them tomorrow, because it’s a bit late now from where I write this reply… I’m in advance a fan of Poderosa… even If I love Vendetta too !
I can’t wait for watching the adventures of Poderosa ! And may I know if there is something new for Vendetta ?
Yes Poderosa will have some nice adventures in Episodes 12 and 13, and we plan to include her in 14 as well. We think she will be our breakout character because of her classic DC-style appearance, and Christina also does an amazing job! As for Vendetta, an interim actress named Rachel plays her in Episode 13, so you will be able to see her there. But it looks like we now have a steady actress named Mauricia who will be Vendetta for the entire next season. Vendetta is slated to be part of a superheroine rescue team in Episode 14,… Read more »
I have purchased episodes 12 and 13, they are great ! Very well buit storylines, and Poderosa/Rosa Perez is amazing. I’m fond of this breakout character ! Christina looks fantastic. I love her superheroine costume, great mask, and she’s also vey elegant when she wears her “normal” outfits. She’s perfect in all the scenes ! Now, all the superheroines are well introduced, and I hope they will have to face terrific perils in the next season. As I have already said, I’m used to appreciate when the heroines loose at the end, and when they are painfully humiliated with public… Read more »
Thanks so much Odile! Yes, quiet as kept, the releases are out, and any superfans who want them can get them now (we’ve had some good initial interest), but we will make the official announcement in two weeks, after the Comic Con. And please note we only publish our actresses’ first names – thanks! If you enjoyed Poderosa, you may also want to check out the debut of Bengali-American superheroine Arogya the Healer in Episode 11. It’s very rare to see South Asian heroes in American productions, but (influenced by Indian heroines like Bijli and Devi, Maya from Justice League,… Read more »
I humbly apologize for the real name of Rosa Perez, I won’t be so stupid anymore. The correction has been done, I feel relief. I’m absolutely sorry, I won’t do this stupid clumsiness anymore, never again, be sure of that. And thank you for your answer.