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|Title:||Marvel CyberComics Excelsior Theatre 60pc Animated Movie Design Art - A - 'The Secret Adventures of Captain America - Far Flung in the Far East' - 1999|
|Media Type:||Pencil and Ink|
|Art Type:||Specialty Piece|
John Cassaday (all)
Pages are 11" x 17"
The only "movie" in this "theatre" was called "The Secret Adventures of Captain America - Far Flung in the Far East" and came out in five parts in 1999-2000. It was conceived by former editor and Stan-hattan Project founder James Felder and co-written by James Felder, Ben Raab and Joe Kelly with art/designs by John Cassaday and overseen by John Cerilli; sound effects, music, animation and even the voice of Captain America was provided by Garry Schafer. The idea was to do a Flash animated series with actors and writers contributing the characters' voices - all involved recorded parts - John Cerilli was Nick Fury, for example. Sort of a retro-modern version of the old movie serials with a bit of the Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre radio show vibe. It was discontinued after the fifth episode without bringing the story to an end for unclear reasons.
Chasing down a mysterious phenomenon in East Asia during the WWII, Cap confronts the nefarious Mandarin! A certain Sergeant Fury is present and accounted for as well, but with allies like these...
Other appearances include Dum Dum Dugan and Sgt. Fury's Howling Commandos, composed of Dino Manelli, Reb Ralston, Gabe Jones, Pinky Pinkerton and Izzey Cohen.
Episode 1: Valley of Death
Episode 2: In the Clutches of the Mandarin
Episode 3: The Valley of Lost Spirits
Episode 4: The Road of Frozen Hells
Episode 5: Fireworks