MEET DYNAMITE GIRL
With the demise of Dr. Dynamite, this incorrigible brat and former juvenile delinquent is thrust into a position of great responsibility.
She must rise to take the Doctor's place, fighting his old arch-enemies, and, of course, the random criminal, monster, and alien that occasionally threaten Metroville.
Yes, she's a gum chewing bimbo - a high school drop out - a MTV Generation slacker, and a pugnacious tomboy, but she's a fearless fighter, and ready to rumble at the drop of a hat.
She has no problem battling crime, subversion and evil in her own fast-and-loose style. But as a party girl, bimbo and slacker, she's not the first choice you'd come up with for someone to save the world. She has a wild side and an insatiable libido that present a few problems for MITCH and MURRAY, from the CELEBRITY MANAGEMENT COMPANY.
They handled all Dr. Dynamite's merchandising and licensing deals, and now must continue the franchise with this scrappy, wisecracking tomboy of a Calamity Jane.
They have their work cut out for them.
Now Dynamite Girl must to live up to the moral clauses in her contract or lose her Mustang convertible, penthouse apartment and monthly check. She has to keep her nose clean, and present a wholesome image. But can she pull it off and still have her fun? She thinks so!
Dynamite Girl is not your standard, stiff, cardboard, comic-book-superhero archetype, and Mitch and Murray have a great deal to contend with. They'll have to use every PR and "spin control" trick in the book, to keep the lucrative Dynamite franchise alive.
Dynamite Girl's a real bundle. She's not shy. She doesn't have a cautious bone in her body. She's always on the front line, whether it's fighting monsters, saying what's on her mind to the press, or skinny-dipping at a drunken, backyard rave party.
Unlike Dr. Dynamite, she has a feminine side too. She has all the curiosity, vanity, and emotional sensitivity of any red blooded American female.
And she's human, very human. She screws up, sometimes she loses it, and she can be gullible, irritable and superstitious. Add to that the hangovers and the occasional lapse in alertness and you've got a very interesting property.