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We have a prize pack to give away to one lucky reader which includes a limited edition copy of Liberator signed by Lou Ferrigno, Peta Wilson and Michael Dorn, original screen-used comic art by Darren Auck, and a whole lot more we don't have space to tell you about here! LAST CHANCE TO ENTER!
LIBERATOR takes a gritty, realistic approach to the superhero movie, setting the story in the real world as opposed to a fictional city, with the media and political forces of the day very much a factor. In fact, the story eerily echoes current headlines -- Ferrigno’s character is a former government operative turned whistle-blower. It’s a challenging, mature role, and Ferrigno puts in the performance of his life, winning the Best Actor award from Cinerockom Film Festival 2013. In addition, LIBERATOR snagged nine other awards during its festival run, including Best Short Film from Cinerockom and CalShorts, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress (Peta Wilson) from Cinerockom, Award of Excellence from IndieFest and Best Digital Comic Book from New Media Film Festival, along with numerous nominations (including Best Action Short from Action on Film.)
The Kickstarter-funded Liberator drew huge buzz during screenings at festivals and comic conventions this year, leading to it being adapted into a two-part comic book series from Bluewater Comics, Lou Ferrigno: Liberator. The film has been released on DVD at Liberator Movie, and it features over 90 minutes of bonus content. The prize back we have to give away includes:
• Original Screen-Used 17" x 11" Comic Art By Former Marvel Art Director Darren Auck (See Below)
• Numbered, Limited Edition DVD Signed By Lou Ferrigno, Peta Wilson and Michael Dorn.
• Lou Ferrigno Liberator Comics #1 And 2 (Complete Set) Signed By The Creators.
• Refrigerator Magnet.
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