In the post-apocalyptic medieval 27th century, Ramirez mentors young Quentin MacLeod who must seek pacified Immortals, gain their knowledge through a non-lethal form of Quickening, and free the land from the evil Immortal overlord Kortan.
Skip tracer Tommy looks for bail-jumper Lou Ann. Her crime is marrying Roy, who left counterfeit money in their mobile home and got her arrested. She leaves Roy in his pink Cadillac full of money. His psycho friends want their money back.
David Quinlan is a member of The Watchers - a secret society of scholars and historians who record the secret histories of The Immortals, but never interfere. But when David becomes ... See full summary »
Michael Jason Chandler,
Thomas La Rue
Amanda, a recurring character from Highlander - The Series, is the main character here. An ex-cop, Nick Wolfe, discovers her true nature. The two then team up to fight criminals and other, evil, Immortals.Written by
The series premiered 4 years after another action fantasy TV series Xena: Warrior Princess (1995). In both series, protagonists Xena and Amanda are warriors whom seek redemption for their sins and both series are spin-offs. Highlander: The Raven (1998) is a spin-off of Highlander The Series (1992) and Xena: Warrior Princess (1995) is a spin-off of Hercules The Legendary Journey (1995). See more »
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Once, everything was clear. Good guys, bad guys. Life and death. Then you meet someone, someone you want to love, then it all changes. Death brings life, life brings death. What room is there for love, when there can be only one?
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I just bought The Raven, and haven't exactly got through it all yet, but I am really enjoying it so far. I know that many Highlander fans are going to start watching it with a closed mind. "No Duncan and too much Amanda", some might say. I find it refreshing to see through the eyes of another immortal more than once, (although I'd prefer Methos). But still, if you start watching The Raven, knowing that it's a different perspective with different scenarios because of different lifestyles, instead of expecting the same immortal business that we got from Duncan, then you'll find it enjoyable. Yea, the show has got some rough edges, and a couple questionable moments, but if you can look past them, then you'll have a good time watching The Raven.
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