Damon Wayans of "Living Color" fame, along with David Allen Grier and the lusious Robin Givens, creates a comical ghetto "Batman" complete with homemade gadgets, a "BlankMobile" that utilizes the L-Trains of Chicago to get to and from crimes,a "BlankCave", and hilarious side kick "Other Guy". The humor is in the tradition of other Damon Wayans characters created while on In Living Color, such as HandyMan and Homey the Clown. Any fan of Damon's stand up routines is sure to get a kick out of this performance. What sets Blankman apart from the typical superhero fare is that Damon brings the story home, to the "hood", not a mythical metropolis. Blankman is a un-super superhero with an innocent nature (he's even a virgin) that expresses in this tale that if an outcast nerd can make a difference in his community, using the "junk" other's discard, so can you and I. I found Blankman comical and inspiring. Homey does play that, and so should your VCR.