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A few of you might remember G vs. E, later named Good vs. Evil. This was one of my favorite shows, and I thought it noteworthy

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Good Vs Evil

A few of you might remember G vs. E, later named Good vs. Evil (1999-2000). This was one of my favorite shows, and I thought it noteworthy.

The story has a real seventies feel to it, and the characters become likeable quickly. With just enough humor, drama and fight sequences, this show was anything but dull. The story revolves around a reporter, Chandler Smythe, who dies, but is brought back from the grave by “the corp.” to fight the evil that killed him. He is partnered with Henry MacNeil, fighting to redeem himself for the less than perfect life he lived, and to destroy the Morlocks who are behind the evil.

Morlocks make Faustian deals offering riches and fame in trade for your soul. It’s up to Chandler and Henry to make sure the offending Morlock is caught and killed before he can make another deal.

This is another example of good sci fi being cancelled with too little exposure, I’m sure with a little more time, this series would have taken off. I have included a link to tv.com for a more detailed review. Unfortunately there seems to be no release to DVD as of yet. If anyone knows of one, please let me know, as I would purchase it. G vs. E is definitely worth owning.

Special note * Nichelle Nicols was a guest star, playing Henry’s mom *

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