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Date Posted: 00:26:17 03/28/06 Tue
Author: Rick R.
Author Host/IP: adsl-69-234-30-50.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net /
Subject: Re: Isis comics....
In reply to: Rick 's message, "Re: Isis comics...." on 15:53:27 02/04/06 Sat

>>>Ummmm, any idea about what the comic, "The Legend of
>>>Isis" is about? Is this a new spinoff on the original
>>>or what? Are they any good?
>>"Legend of Isis" has nothing to do with the TV show.
>>It's a separate comic book series. The goddess Isis
>>gets pulled 5000 years into the future and finds
>>herself trapped in 21st century Los Angeles in a world
>>that has no memory of her existence. With no way back
>>to her time and bad guys crawling out of the woodwork,
>>she does what any self-respecting goddess would do -
>>become a superheroine.
>>The one issue I read had beautiful artwork, but the
>>dialogue screamed Buffy the Vampire Slayer wannabe.
>>Having said that, the series does seem to have a cult
>>following. There is also a feature film supposedly in
>>development from Kelsey Grammer's production company.
>>(Yes, Dr. Frasier Crane is in the movie production
>>biz.) I personally would much rather see a big budget
>>production of the TV show. Then again everyone else
>>on this board would like that, too.
>I had bought the comic years ago.It has absolutely
>nothing to do with the tv series.It is about Isis in
>ancient Egypt transported to the present and has to
>fnd her way back to the pas. I agree.Lets get a movie
>of the ISIS we all know and love. Big budget,special
>effects.Explaining the past of Isis and Andrea Thomas

<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.aliasenterprises.com/projects.html">http://www.aliasenterprises.com/projects.html</a> is the website of the comic book company. I have to agree. It's only Isis' costume, or okay, half of it, with a Buffy storyline.

Bought the first four at a convention and I'd be hard pressed to search out the rest, though the writer of the book admits the first four are weaker than later issues.

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