The Interman can adapt to anything and I mean anything. If he’s underwater, he grows gills; if he touches electricity, he will conduct; if he gets poisoned, his body will create an antidote.
Van Meach is The Interman and he shouldn’t exist. He’s the product of a top secret government project to create the ultimate super solider. Thing is, he was raised by a pacifist so killing and war aren’t high on his list of to dos.
Why should it be a movie?
Van is a moving target and he knows it, making the perfect recipe for an awesome action and adventure movie. Just imagine the different scenarios a special effects team could come up with to show Van’s vast adaptability. It would be fantastic! All the spy agencies want him, either to research or terminate (probably both), so MI-6, CIA and the KGB send their best after Van. And here’s the awesome twist, the only viable weapon the spy agencies have against Van is a female counterpart. Although this weapon was created in the same manner as Van, she was raised by a ruthless killer. Ponder that: the ability to adapt to any situation coupled with the will to kill unremorsefully.
More About The Interman
Publisher: Octopus Publishing
Writer: Jeff Parker (yes that Jeff Parker)
Artist: Jeff Parker
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