The Condor (film)

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The Condor
The Condor.jpg
DVD cover
Directed bySteven E. Gordon
Written byStan Lee (story)
Marv Wolfman
StarringWilmer Valderrama
María Conchita Alonso
Kathleen Barr
Michael Dobson
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Cusse Mankuma
CinematographyLarry Brown
Edited byShawn Logue
Distributed byAnchor Bay Entertainment
Release date
  • March 20, 2007 (2007-03-20)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Condor is an animated superhero film about a new character created by Stan Lee. It features the voices of Wilmer Valderrama, María Conchita Alonso, Kathleen Barr, Michael Dobson, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, and Cusse Mankuma. Originally titled El Lobo, it was released under the Stan Lee Presents banner, which is a series of direct-to-DVD animated films distributed by POW Entertainment with Anchor Bay Entertainment. The story was by Stan Lee, with the script by former The New Teen Titans writer Marv Wolfman. It is set in the same world as Mosaic, a prior Stan Lee Presents film. The Condor was released on DVD on March 20, 2007 and had its television premiere on Cartoon Network on March 24, 2007.[1] Since then, the film has been poorly received.


A professional skateboarder named Tony Valdez from the west coast is severely injured by mind-controlled zombies created through nano-technology on the day that his parents mysteriously die in an accident, secretly caused by his father's business partner Nigel Harrington. It seems likely that he'll never walk again until Tony's friend Sammi outfits him with similar nano-technology. It is only with the help of this new technology that Valdez is able to regain his mobility and also use superhuman abilities as a side effect. But it turns out that the technology that both healed him and allowed the creation of the zombies is connected to the death of his parents, who invented it. With new powers at his disposal, Valdez fights off the zombie threat and discovers more about the murderer of his parents and his true enemy, a minion known as Taipan.[2]



The Condor has received generally negative reviews. Movie reviewer Rotten Tomatoes gave it an audience rating of 36%, based on 3 reviews.[3]


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  3. ^ Stan Lee Presents: The Condor, retrieved 2016-09-16

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