PRLog - Dec. 15, 2009 - Comic book fans love comic history, and that is exactly what Massachusetts screenwriter, director and film producer Chip Perro, has created for them. Launching the sizzle reel for his feature film Mission Park, with hints of a virtual comic history that date back to 1929, Perro has developed a saga that spans over 80 years to cater the voracious appetites of comic book devotees worldwide. The first Mission Park preview video features several cast members explaining some of the pre-movie history and gives a glimpse into the style of the film; with real-life superheroes in the foreground, and comic-ized backgrounds highlighting the three basic comic colors red, blue and yellow. “What I want to do,” says Perro, “is to bring a comic book to life.” And Mission Park has the look and feel of an actual comic book that has made the leap to cinema.
Chip Perro - Creator, Screenwriter & Director of the Mission Park Movie
Comic books are a long-form medium, with complex characters and history, that build upon established story lines. Perro is initiating the Mission Park saga with a taste of events that historically came before this first movie. In Mission Park: The Hero Complex, the five member Mission Park team has broken its superhero alliances, but continue their individual pursuits. Tessa Faux (SamPannier)
Created by Chip Perro and directed by Chip Perro and Rick Perro, Mission Park: The Hero Complex, is an action/adventure, comic-book extravaganza played out by an amazing cast of actors with an original musical score composed by Gregg Pannier. Sizzle reel online at www.missionparkmovie.com.
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