Codename Icarus is a British television series produced by the BBC in 1981.\ The series combined elements of teenage drama and conspiracy thriller. It involved child prodigies being manipulated as the basis for a complex scheme involving nuclear missiles and the mysterious Icarus Foundation's plot to take over the world.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Codename: Icarus - Codename: Strykeforce - Netflix
Codename: Strykeforce was a comic book series by Top Cow and Image Comics, about a team of mercenary superheroes. Codename: Strykeforce was an offshoot of another series called Cyberforce, which was about a group of cyborg shock troops. The series lasted for fourteen issues. The first nine were written by David Wohl and Marc Silvestri, and illustrated by Brandon Peterson, with the last five written by Steve Gerber and illustrated by Billy Tan Mung Khoy. A few fill in artists included Joe Benitez in issue #8 and Michael Turner in issue #14. An issue #0 was published between #13 and 14 with story by Mike Heisler and art by Anthony Wynn. Gerber and Tan also handled the two part Cyberforce/Codename: Strykeforce crossover, which ended with the character Stryker disbanding Codename: Strykeforce. The comic was relaunched in 2004 as Strykeforce which lasted for 5 issues. The relaunch was written by Jay Faerber and penciled by Tyler Kirkham.
Codename: Icarus - Scavengers - Netflix
Stryker next accepts a mission from Joshua Thornewood to find a Fountain of Youth hidden in the Himalayas and protected by a Yeti. The main reason he takes on such an odd task for his squad is because Joshua's twin brother Jacob has hired a rival team, the Scavengers, to accomplish the same mission. The leader of the Scavengers, Rancor Deathstrike, is an old rival of Stryker's and the two teams battle each other to accomplish the intended goal.
Codename: Icarus - References - Netflix