Nicola Rae as Stormy Tempest Stormy Tempest: Attack of the Giantess (2009):
is the first Stormy Tempest movie and also the first AC Comics
movie to star Nicola Rae. It's very short; only 15 minutes.
There isn't much to it, but it's a fun little thing to watch.
Basically, Bill Black and gang took their
fascination for giant women characters and coupled it with a story
featuring sexy space heroine Stormy Tempest. Stormy Tempest is
marooned on an alien planet where she is giant-size to all of the evil
residents. There really isn't much to the story, and Stormy
really has no speaking part. She stomps around this CGI city,
wreaking havoc. I like the hover-tanks and the flying jet-pack
men. Perhaps the most amusing scene is where a beautiful woman
alien, done in CGI, walks up to her penthouse window in bra and panties
and faints at the sight of the huge Stormy Tempest.
There's no knockout scene or cleavage shots typical
of the AC Comics movies, but it's still a fun little thing to watch.
Stormy Tempest: Perils in the
Past (2009): In this 30-minute film, Stormy Tempest must
go to the past and save one of her ancestors to protect her own
existence. She winds up going to a comic book convention on
Earth, where the evil Gorla Monks find Stormy's geeky ancestor.
It was really a very clever idea to write this story around a comic
book convention. It makes business sense, because it's cheap to
do it, but also it gives us comic fans a sense of what goes on at one
of those events. The whole thing was worked into the script
No cleavage shots, but there is one knockout scene
(although Stormy was faking). The movie really doesn't get too
interesting until she arrives at the convention; then there's lots of
activity. On the whole, I liked this better than "Attack of the
In "Attack of the Giantess", the flying jet-pack
men are definitely inspired by the movie serial character Rocketman,
later known as Commando Cody.
In "Perils in the Past", you can see that the
Gorla Monks are wearing jeans and tennis shoes. I know this was
low-budget, but they might have wanted to invest in some kind of slacks