The Condor

The Condor


Cartoon Network (Toonami)

Broadcast Date

March 24, 2007[1]

Broadcast Time

7:00 PM

The Condor is an animated superhero film about a new character created by legendary Comic book creator, writer, producer, publisher, etc. Stan Lee. Originally titled El Lobo, the film was released under the Stan Lee Presents banner, which is a series of direct-to-DVD animated films distributed by POW Entertainment with Anchor Bay Entertainment. The story was created by Stan Lee, with the script written by former The New Teen Titans writer Marv Wolfman, the movie was directed by Steven E. Gordon. The Condor was released on DVD in the United States on March 20, 2007.

The movie is set in the same world as Mosaic, a prior Stan Lee Presents film. The movie follows a young skateboarder named Tony Valdez. After his parents are murdered and his legs crippled, Tony uses their technology and becomes a skateboarding superhero.

The movie premiered on Cartoon Network's Toonami block on March 24, 2007, at 7:00 PM, as part of Toonami's 10 Year Anniversary celebration.[1]


A professional skateboarder named Tony Valdez is severely injured the day his parents die. After the mysterious death of his parents, an attack by mind-controlled zombies leaves Valdez's legs severely injured and it seems likely that he'll never walk again. Until Tony is outfitted with the nano-technology his parents created. It is only with the help of this new technology that Valdez is able to regain his mobility and also gain superhuman abilities as a side effect. But it turns out this technology is connected to the death of his parents. With new powers at his disposal, Valdez fights off the zombie threat and discovers more about the murderer of his parents and the evil Taipan.


Voice CastEdit

CharacterVoice Actor
Tony Valdez/The Condor Wilmer Valderrama
Valeria/Taipan Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Maria Valdez María Conchita Alonso
George Valdez John Novak
Sammi Kathleen Barr
Nigel Harrington Michael Dobson
Dogg Scott McNeil
Z-Man Cusse Mankuma
Reuben Sam Vincent
Chato Alessandro Juliani
Skragg Matt Hill
Fragg France Perras
Grandfather Stan Lee


External LinksEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 ""Stan Lee’s Mosaic" To Headline Toonami’s Tenth Anniversary ". February 22, 2007. Retrieved on January 24, 2016. 
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