Production info

The Methos Chronicles
USA, 2001

While travelling to Tokyo, the immortal Methos hears of the discovery of a tomb near Aswan in Egypt. It appears to contain a sarcophagus that Mythos used 3000 years ago to bury pharaoh Djer alive as vengeance for the death of his wife. In a bid to prevent Djer, also an immortal, from escaping, Methos hurries to Egypt but is arrested. He manages to convince the lead archaeologist Dr. Mina Abadi to give him access to the sarcophagus. However, Djer escapes and Methos now has to confront his ancient enemy in modern day Cairo.

Flash animation series of 9 one minute episodes, created for internet by Davis-Panzer Productions and based on the adventures of the Methos character from "Highlander: The Series".

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