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John Woo's 7 Brothers
Episodes
#1-4
65.0
80.0

600 years ago, before history's great explorers stole the credit for their feats, mighty Chinese treasure fleets set sail to reach every continent. These voyages of discovery left behind an evil legacy and a plot by a powerful Chinese sorcerer to dominate the world. Now, in modern day Los Angeles, an ancient prophecy must be fulfilled and seven men, with nothing in common but their destiny, must face the Son of Hell to save the world.

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Characters:
8
8 / 10
Story:
9
9 / 10
Artwork:
8
8 / 10
Animation:
6
6 / 10
Sound:
7
7 / 10
Value for $:
10
10 / 10
Hook Factor:
8
8 / 10
80.0%
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Genre:
Action
Episodes in Series:
8+
Rating:
MA


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Issue Title:
Episodes
Issue #
1-4
Author:
Garth Ennis
Publisher:
Liquid Comics
Artists:
Jeevan J. Kang
Motion By:
Pixo Factor Entertainment
Release Date:
January 1, 2012
Company:
Tiger Hill Entertainment
Duration:
16 Mins
Price:
FREE

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John Woo's Seven Brothers is another title to make the leap from paperback comic (Virgin Comics) to motion comic. The characters are loosely based on the Chinese folklore of 7 brothers all of whom had special unique powers.

The story starts off with the story of how China discovered the world (and notably the Americas) before 1423. With this of course being an engineering impossibility for the time, the were aided by a Sorcerer, the Son Of Hell, who is driven by a mission to rule the world by placing controlling stones along the elemental dragon lines, thus tapping into the planet's power. 600 years later, he has returned, and only 7 strangers with mysterious and untapped powers can stop him.

 

Set in the past and the present, China and LA, John Woo's 7 brothers is sure to entertain with it's ancient folklore and unmistakeable John Woo action.

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Motion Comics Reviews
Re: John Woo's 7 Brothers

Recommended!

I'm enjoying this as it comes out on youtube. I would recommend perhaps waiting for all of it to come out and to watch it as a whole as the episodes are very short.

Some great lines in this series "How does someone get a job when their name is Son Of Hell" or "She stuck an umbrella up your arse 5 minutes ago, you just ain't remembered yet." 

Very talky for the first few episodes as we receive some backstory. But it picks up after that and is worth the watch.

MOTION: Just because it can be animated, doesn't mean it should be animated. Mainly I refer to characters heads that wobble back and forth when they are listening to someone. It looks very comical and silly (especially when accompanied by moody music). 

Characters:
8
8
Story:
9
9
Artwork:
8
8
Animation:
6
6
Sound:
7
7
Value for $:
10
10
Hook Factor:
8
8
Overall:
80.0
Review by Grant Ford
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