Rumor: Super Bounty J1 the live action movie????

Prototype of the costume.

I know it sounds crazy, but check this out! Danae Richardson from J1 Studios has been listed as the protagonist J1, and hip hop artist and musician, Marc J (who has performed at Mayhem Madness 1) is possibly taking the role of the cyborg dictator, Sin.

What makes the rumor sound more plausible is that Indie Film director extraordinaire, Andre Bennett would be the one heading up this project. From what I heard, they will be gathering stunt coordinators from the Philadelphia area to assist. I’m not sure if the other characters from the comic series will make their appearance, but how funny would it be to see the Three Panditos and C4 in action? What do you think? I think if anything it would be a really cool short film.

The likeness is uncanny!!

21 thoughts on “Rumor: Super Bounty J1 the live action movie????

  1. More power and success to you Jason, you’re living the dream and can’t no one stop you. Haters gonna hate. Tired of these people acting like Godzillas when they really gorillas.

  2. A sh***y comic will only just make a sh***ier live action movie. How about the artist actually work on his art style, learn anatomy, make diverse looking characters [each character looks the same, 2 faces for girls, 2 for boys], and just be a real artist and drop the cliche story line? So far the people who like this stuff are simply brown-nosers. Sticking their nose up the a** of a half-bit artist. But its okay, no one will tell anyone the truth nowadays, so i will.

    1. The fact that you posted here shows only one thing. You took the time and effort to read, or at least look, at our content and had something, no matter how inept, to say about our awesome material and for that…THANK YOU!!

      1. I just speak truthfully. My friends nd i read it, we are artists ourselves so we know how it is. I read it in hopes to read a nice black/african-american made comic and at the end i was just disappointed. And i have watched and studied how the artist works and has worked for a very long time, i think its just time for him to get a wake up call. Wake up and smell the coffee, thats all.

        1. Fair enough on your opinion, but if you and your collective of friends feels this way, and are all experienced artists who can judge on that level…then why not make your own comic and projects to promote the things you want, rather than randomly bring someone else down who is out and doing things? Talent is powerful, sure..but momentum and energy are also very important..and most artists have the talent, and no drive to create the events and finalized idea to make concrete product. Better to spend the energy bringing oneself up, than bringing down someone else.

  3. EPIC!!!! *fangirl squeal* That is all…..

    Oh and I most definitely been advertising as much as I can. I already launched a mini-campaign when my 2 new roommates got here a few days ago. One of them loved Ray’s Emerald Chasers I had playing. Ah…memories.

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