Now, does this look too good to be true or what?
Eye-busting retro design, bizarre concepts, nostalgic stop-motion dinosaurs!
What Danger 5 seems to be — in case you haven’t heard of it and haven’t guessed from the trailer — is an online action comedy series parodying ’60s TV/film adventure frolics and … anything else that comes up.
Set in a bizarre, 1960s inspired version of World War II, action comedy series DANGER 5 follows a team of five spies on a mission to kill Hitler. Danger 5 is the finest group of special operatives the allies have to offer; Jackson from the USA, Tucker from Australia, Ilsa from Russia, Claire from Britain and Pierre from Europe. Each episode Danger 5 unravels another of Hitler’s diabolic schemes and travels across a myriad of exotic locations spanning the globe. The action and offbeat humour never relents as Danger 5 mounts a series of thrilling missions which include discovering Josef Mengele’s perverted Antarctic death circus, busting down Erwin Rommel’s golden murder casino and posing as exotic dancers in an attempt to take out Hitler at his own birthday party.
Danger 5: The Diamond Girls is coming to YouTube on 21st November 2011 (at 10 pm Australian EST), in gloriously gaudy colour on the Dinosaur Worldwide Channel, courtesy of SBS Australia. Attack the superb interactive website! Plunge into the dangerous waters of the Danger5tv Facebook page! Invade the now-abandoned lair of the creators and their previous horrors — especially The Italian Spiderman — in fearsome Dariotown!
Danger 5 is Dario Russo and David Ashby, and directed by Dario Russo. It stars David Ashby, Aldo Mignone, Sean-James Murphy, Natasa Ristic, and Amanda Simons.
Thanks for the heads-up, Avery!
This is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the single coolest thing I have ever seen. I’m so giddy at this that I’m almost sad, because I’m just not certain mankind will ever surpass this. November 21 cannot come soon enough!
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I waited until part five of the first episode was available before sitting down and watching it in full. Well worth the wait, this is setting up to be an EPIC series. Can’t wait for more Danger 5 goodness in February.