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Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic


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The Genesis of a New Heroine? Jan. 13 2007
By S. Sobotka Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Stan Lee sets up a new super heroine, with a bit of a twist on one of his older character premises -- that of one of Spider Man's old villains, the Chameleon -- by creating a new character, Maggie; an up and coming actress and college student, who finds herself thrust into a situation that leads to an unexpected adventure.

I won't spoil this too much, but it involves a search for ancient artifacts, a race of shape-shifters and a freak accident that gives Maggie her newly-acquired abilities (seems to be a classic Stan Lee approach to how a normal person becomes a super-human, but it really never gets old).

Anna Paquin does great, as do the rest of the voice cast (notable is Gary Chalk, from recent TRANSFORMERS fame).

The film does do some conventions that you don't normally see in animation (blood and broken bones, to name a few), so I really don't recommend this for younger kids. A few jaded comic book fans may just yawn at the story, but the writing is classic Marvel (Scott Lobdell did the screenplay, based on Stan Lee's story). I only recommend this for any true collector of Lee's work and animation in general, but aside from that I enjoyed this DVD.

- SRS
I loved it:) Now where's the series? May 28 2007
By L. R. Dowd - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I bought this dvd hoping to find out what happened to the series. It and Afro Samarai both looked interesting to me. But the latter I'd had the benefit of seeing mostly on Spike TV. THough it too faded from obscurity I believe you can still catch Afro Samarai online over at Spike Tv's website if not at its own website. So I settled for Mosaic which was another one I had planned on seeing. I was really hoping to find the animated tv series that was promised way back when. It looked interesting but only found this movie instead. My take it kind reminds me of Sue Storm, Spidergirl, and Nightcrawler's daughter from xmen if they were to have a lovechild? Maggie'd be the one. I really hope I can find the series though. It would be quite interesting in a b-series kind of way to see just how low she'd go to blend in to this or that clique...Farting contests anyone? Some people say this dvd was a waste of money. I don't buy it...I mean I kind of value the lesson in what super hero is in the Condor comic and story that was included with the dvd. 10 things that make a super hero...indeed
Engaging a new super hero audience Jan. 27 2007
By Bosco685 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I can see from this animated movie Stan Lee is ensuring a new breed of super hero audience is being engaged to keep this form of entertainment alive and kicking. Not written as an adult-gauged story, but more for current youth to experience the genre of animated entertainment targetting the topic of a normal person becoming empowered with abilities beyond the norm. Scott Lobdell, known for writing about character development in his comic stories during the Uncanny X-Men days, definitely was true to form in putting much focus on the main character changing from a young actress to a hero. Young family members 15 and under will probably appreciate this more, as this is not written to present Stan Lee's old work or something even close to this as times have changed - so has Stan's storytelling to adjust with the times.
9 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Stan Lee Presents Superhero Barbie April 25 2007
By Bennet Pomerantz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Mosaic is a made for video cartoon, similar to current trend in animated adventures akin to Marvel's Ultimate Avengers, Iron Man or (Upcoming) Dr Strange...However that is where the similar style ends.

Stan Lee, The creator of Spiderman, Dardevil, The Fantastic Four and Stripperella (well 3 outta 4 aint bad), did the story of this female high schooler from the high school of the performinbg arts, who gains super powers from a mystical rune stone. It sound like a revamped female Spiderman without a radioactive spider...and it dont work.

When it plays out, the chatacter of Maggie acts like a teen Superhero Barbie doll

The first problem is Scott Lobdell, who can write an X-Men comic book so well, seems lost in the script of this animated adventure. He give Lee's Script an edge, but it seems like a recycled Spidey to me.

The second problem is Oscar Winner Anna Paquin (Rogue from the X-Men movies) and Kirby Morrow (From Stargate: Atlantis) try to act the linesm rather than playing it like a cartoon.They sound so wooden in their vocal presentation. Paquin, who was in xmen, should know superhero text is more over the top..she plays it like Shakespeare

the good news, This animated cartoon is better than most cartoon stuff out today. The visual efforts are over done, but it works to convex its action

For 72 minutes, it draws so slow it feels like 2 hours> Foe a made for video animated adventure, i have seen better

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
I thought they already had a female spider-man rip-off March 25 2007
By C. Pickens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Wow, I tried to watch this because Stan was involoved but it felt completely uninspired. I watched it on Cartoon Network And still found myself unable to get interested even though it was "free" to watch, my recommendation is rent it before buying it. Honestly though, I think most will agree the animation is horrible and the story is completely uninspired.


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