Plotline: In a future of political, economic and moral collapse, a genetically enhanced superhuman prototype named Max escapes from military confines and dwells amidst the decadent underground street life of *Seattle* to avoid government agents who want to bring her back into the fold.
Emulates the likes of sci-fi greats
Dark Angel. It emulates the likes of sci-fi greats such as Xmen and numerous other comic book stories where the ongoing struggle against prejudice is the key issue. Can we not see that they were fighting against an ignorant collective that hated them for being transgenics without considering that they were, in fact, the victims or pawns in the entire scenario and that they did have feelings and some were good? It's obvious that there is a need for the actors portraying the characters to have attainable looks as it was vital in such a competitive market to grab the viewers attention. Dark Angel. Great watch. Creates a passion to support the victim in a plagued world. Sad to see it finish so abruptly.
anaru, New Zealand - 12 October 2006
Stop watching TV and go be someone
Max + Logan = lose your life! Stop watching TV and go be someone. This again does not qualify to be a Lovemark, it's a fictional tv show. It shows kids how to be something they are not, how to strive for ideals that are superficial, attain looks that take experts hours to make look "natural", and a story, however dramatic, that only seeks viewership for advertising revenue.
Charlie, United States - 17 February 2006
Let loose on the unsuspecting public...
Max + Logan = Love for Life!!! Dark Angel was a completely original, completely kick ass take on what the world would be like if worldwide devastation of our electronic world were to come to pass. James Cameron did a great job portraying a world of fear, greed, and most importantly, genetic hybrids made to be the perfect soldiers and then let loose on the unsuspecting public. Ladies and gentlemen say hello to the Manticore Transgenics. Max just wants to fit in and find love. Can't a girl catch a break?
Angela, United States - 02 May 2005
Captured the chaotic future
One of the coolest sci-fi dramas that was ever cancelled - after just its second season. It deserved more than it ever got! Jessica Alba and the whole cast captured the chaotic future in a way that makes me want to be there. Max, the trasgenic biker chick heroine, kicks so much butt and yet is cynical and utterly beautiful at the same time. Her character had the most complex bundle of feelings - kudos to James Cameron for inventing such a beauty.
Sara, United States - 09 December 2004