SuperFuckers

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SuperFuckers
SuperF*ckers issue1 cover.jpg
Cover of first comic book issue.
Genre Comedy
Action
Adult humor
Adventure
Slapstick
Adult animation
Musical
Created by James Kochalka
Written by James Kochalka
Directed by Fran Krause
Voices of David Faustino
Phil Morris
James Kochalka
Ted Biaselli
Maria Bamford
Veronica Belmont
Justin Roiland
Jeff Bryan Davis
Jaleel White
Zack Keller
Opening theme "SuperF*ckers" by James Kochalka
Composer(s) Anthony Davis
James Kochalka
Dustin Pilkington
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 12
Production
Executive producer(s) Fred Seibert
Producer(s) Fran Krause
Kevin Kolde
Eric Homan
Running time 4-5 minutes
Production company(s) Frederator Studios
Cartoon Hangover
Top Shelf Productions
Bardel Entertainment
Kochalka Quality
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Hangover (on YouTube)
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original run November 30, 2012 (2012-11-30) – May 24, 2013 (2013-05-24)
External links
Website

SuperFuckers (bowdlerized as SuperF#@%ers, SuperF*ckers or SuperF***ers) is an adult-rated comic book series created by James Kochalka and published by Top Shelf Productions between 2005 and 2007. The series revolves around a collection of crude and rude superheroes who never actually do any superhero work. A collection was published on May 18, 2010, including four issues along with a new Jack Krak one-shot.[1] The first issue is numbered #271[2] An animated web series based on the comic, produced for Frederator Studios' Cartoon Hangover channel on YouTube, was streamed between November 30, 2012 and May 4, 2013.[3]

Characters[edit]

  • Jack Krak (voiced by David Faustino) is the leader of SuperF*ckers and is a "motherfucker". His catchphrase is "Jack Krak is the motherfucker". He's always in the mood for excitement. His two best friends are Ultra Richard and Shitstorm. He now wears a new white costume, because he's now a Christian.
  • Ultra Richard (voiced by Phil Morris) is one of Jack's two best friends. He's immature, but he's a gentleman. He has X-ray vision.
  • Shitstorm (voiced by James Kochalka) is a piece of Jack's feces in a suit Wonder Kyle originally invented for Grotus. Jack defecated in the suit, and it came to life as a new entity. He likes to party a lot.
  • Grotessa (voiced by Veronica Belmont) is a somehow, rude superhero. Her pet slime blob is Grotus. She hates having people insult Grotus. She's enemy roommates with Princess Sunshine.
  • Princess Sunshine (voiced by Maria Bamford) is a pretty blonde haired superhero. She's also Jack's love interest. She hates Grotessa, Grotus, and Computer Fist.
  • Grotus (voiced by James Kochalka) is Grotessa's pet slime blob. In the comic, some of the team get high off of its slime.
  • Wonder Kyle (voiced by Ted Biaselli) is a very mature and smart member of SuperF*ckers. He doesn't want to be embarrassed in front of the framed photo of his grandmother. He invented a suit for Grotus, but Jack pooped in it, thus creating "Shitstorm".
  • Computer Fist (voiced by Maria Bamford) is the SuperF*ckers' new recruit. He wears metal computer gloves, which is why his name is "Computer Fist".
  • Super Dan (voiced by Jeff B. Davis) is a blonde haired superhero that doesn't understand what Percy is saying. In the trailer, he's a somehow "leader" of the SuperF*ckers. He's trapped in Dimension Zero.
  • Percy (voiced by Jaleel White) is Super Dan's sidekick. Like Super Dan, he's also trapped in Dimension Zero. His skin burned off in "Burger Brothers" and "Dawn of Omnizod", but Super Dan doesn't believe him. In "Dawn of Omnizod", he turned into Omnizod (voiced by Jaleel White), a fiery skull.
  • Vortex (voiced by Justin Roiland) is a guy who doesn't wear a superhero costume, but is the member of the SuperF*ckers. He's Grotessa's love interest.
  • Pink Arrow (voiced by Ed Skudder) is a hero with a pink haircut, a pink suit, and pink arrows.
  • Rocket Power (voiced by Zack Keller) is a male hero with a jet pack to "fuck shit up and stuff".
  • Plant Pal (voiced by Jeff B. Davis) is a "friend of plants" who wears a plant costume.
  • Radical Randy (voiced by Ron Robinson) is a male hero with yellow skin, yellow hair, and uses drugs to try to gain superpowers.

Media[edit]

Comic book series[edit]

An adult-rated comic book series created by James Kochalka and published by Top Shelf Productions between 2005 and 2007.

Animated series[edit]

A flash animated web series based on the books has been produced by Frederator Studios in collaboration with Top Shelf Productions and Bardel Entertainment for Cartoon Hangover. The series was streamed on YouTube in both censored and uncensored versions between November 30, 2012 and May 24, 2013.[4] It is unknown if SuperF*ckers is getting a second season.

Cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Production code
1 "Sweet Mystery" Fran Krause James Kochalka November 30, 2012 SF101
Jack has superpower-envy, Princess Sunshine charges her powers, Grotessa defends her best friend, and Ultra Richard explains the greatest mystery to ever confound the motherfucker.
2 "Shitstorm, MotherF*ckers" Fran Krause James Kochalka December 7, 2012 SF102
When Wonder Kyle asks for Jack's opinion, he can't help but shit on a good idea. Wonder Kyle and Jack accidentally give birth to something awesome—or awful—it's too soon to tell.
3 "Crises on Infinite Toilets" Fran Krause James Kochalka December 14, 2012 SF103
With the SuperF*ckers' bathrooms in deplorable conditions, Jack needs to find a solution and fast—before the rest of the team pins the blame on him. Meanwhile, potential new recruits are lining up for tryouts to join the team.
4 "Burger Brothers" Fran Krause James Kochalka December 21, 2012 SF104
Super Dan and Percy are trapped in Dimension Zero without food, reception, and any hope of returning home. Meanwhile, back at the SuperF*ckers clubhouse, a new challenge faces Jack and Ultra Richard's friendship.
5 "Dawn of Omnizod" Fran Krause James Kochalka April 5, 2013 SF105
Super Dan makes a new friend, Princess Sunshine reconnects with an old flame, and Percy learns the hard way that you never leave home without sandwiches.
6 "The Greatest Story Ever Told" Fran Krause James Kochalka April 12, 2013 SF106
When Jack encounters a problem as he sets out to write his autobiography, he finds comfort in an unexpected place.
7 "Cute Rump" Fran Krause James Kochalka April 19, 2013 SF107
Princess Sunshine and Grotessa argue about Grotus and whether or not Grotessa is lovable. Meanwhile, the boys harass Vortex who just wants to lay down on the couch and die.
8 "Big Ambition" Fran Krause James Kochalka April 26, 2013 SF108
Princess Sunshine wants her boyfriend to be a real man, so Jack sets out on a quest of self-discovery and party-bombing to do just that. Ultra Richard continues to be ultra-insightful.
9 "Scrimples Delight" Fran Krause James Kochalka May 3, 2013 SF109
Committed to impressing Princess Sunshine, Jack whisks her away to Scrimples for a romantic dinner. But when young SuperF*ckers-hopefuls arrive and get into an argument, they serve up a shitty meal for Jack and Sunshine.
10 "The Hero's Destiny" Fran Krause James Kochalka May 10, 2013 SF110
While fantasizing about his ideal role on the team, Computer Fist receives advice from Ultra Richard about how to make the most of his super power. And with a concussing conclusion you can't miss.
11 "Sweet Baby Jesus" Fran Krause James Kochalka May 17, 2013 SF111
After Jack's near-death experience, he has a strange dream about Baby Jesus. Meanwhile, Ultra Richard asks the biggest question of the season.
12 "Chug the Drug" Fran Krause James Kochalka May 24, 2013 SF112
Ultra Richard and Orange Lightning help Jack find a new appreciation for everyone's favorite slime ball, Grotus. Meanwhile, Vortex must fix his Time Capsule before Jack's elbow ruins everything forever.

Reception[edit]

NYCGraphicNovelists reviewer Jared Gniewek states "SuperFuckers tends to feel disjointed and chaotic. Almost a stream of consciousness. On this level the book is solid and rewarding (and pretty funny)." [5] Chris Sims of ComicsAlliance says its one of the funniest comics he's ever read.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ISBN 1603090525 ISBN 978-1603090520
  2. ^ "SuperF*ckers #1 / Top Shelf Productions". Topshelfcomix.com. 2012-12-20. Retrieved 2013-01-18. 
  3. ^ "SuperF***ers". YouTube. 2012-04-11. Retrieved 2013-01-18. 
  4. ^ "SuperF*ckers — SuperF***ers Finale episode #12 "Chug the Drug"". Superf-ckers.cartoonhangover.com. 2013-05-24. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 
  5. ^ Irving, Christopher (2010-03-24). "Graphic Novel and Comic Book Creators in New York City - Graphic NYC". Nycgraphicnovelists.com. Retrieved 2013-01-18. 
  6. ^ "James Kochalka's 'SuperF*ckers' Animated Series Is Finally Here, Jack Krak Remains The MF [Video] - ComicsAlliance | Comic book culture, news, humor, commentary, and reviews". ComicsAlliance. Retrieved 2013-01-18. 

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