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Watch Episode 1 Of New Superhero Web Series ‘Heroic Daze’

Watch Episode 1 Of New Superhero Web Series 'Heroic Daze'

Unloading some more new web series this week; Here’s the first of several.

Titled Heroic Daze, its synopsis reads:

Mr. Nyce Guy and The Redd Robbyn are step brothers; they were adopted by two rich philanthropist parents who adopted a child from every state in the country. The two became very close because of their age and common interests in comic book heroes. Having 48 other siblings they asserted themselves as the law enforcers of the family, while the others broke simple house rules MNG and TRR sought acceptance by telling on them to win their parents approval. Their parents Donny and Marie rewarded them with comic book memorabilia which made the two very happy., although not making them the most popular amongst Their other siblings, the two had to rely on each other for companionship, which made them a bit recluse. They began to fantasize about becoming heroes themselves when they got older, mimicking the actions of their favorite superheroes.

Directed by Bryan Lugo, the series stars Lugo, Matthew Mckinley, Harold Stancle, Marlon Bivens, Joshua D. Lewis, Neil Brown Jr., and Derrick White.

Watch episode 1 below and, as usual, give it a thumbs up or down, which will determine whether we continue to feature it:

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When is the next episode coming out?. I can't wait!.


Bryan Lugo is responsible for everything production-wise! You are amazing in what you do! Hopefully I see more of your work soon :)


Amazing video I love it.


OMG! I like this series from beginning to end. I never seem a super heroe story like this one. 4 thumbs up.


This Web-Series is awesome. I like this two new super heroes. The story looks great. I can't wait to see the next episode. Something like this I can watch over and over and don't get bore. I give this production 5 thumbs up. I see a lot of potential and success for this Web-Series is very diverse witch means is for all audiences.


LOL!!! I love this, it's too funny and great production value. 2 thumbs up!


This has potential, the production value is there. But they have to decide or try to understand (imo) their core audience/market. This seems to cross many different genres. I mean, the cussing and violence might be a liitle too much for a "spoof" and/or comic book crowd. And then, the slap-stick antics of the superheroes are (imo) a completely different draw. Also, the references to old school movies will only be felt or understood by another group of movie enthusiast. On the good tip, the acting was credible and the opening sequence — credits and such — were eye-openers. That person walking in front of the screen ( a la bootleg movies) was a very good stroke.


Yea….. Ahhhhh…. Wow…

Adam Scott Thompson

Not completely sold but I did like the movie/TV references ("Juice," "The Warriors," "Making the Band 2," ["Blankman?" lol]). That synopsis, though… needs work.

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