The premiere episode of SuperF*ckers is now LIVE on YouTube!
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 motherf***er.
SuperF***ckers follows a team of super-powered teens who use their powers to get high, play pranks, and fight everyone except the bad guys. Based on the comic series by James Kochalka and produced in Association with Top Shelf Productions. James is the Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont, and the award-winning creator of the webcomic diary, American Elf.
The 3rd episode of SuperF***ers is now LIVE on YouTube
“Crises on Infinite Toilets” With the SuperF***ers’ 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.
“Just as gloriously foulmouthed and hateful as the original.” —Comics Alliance
“Like Teen Titans, except with more drinking, swearing, vomiting, and other unsavory acts of debauchery. In essence, it’s a much more true-to-life take on DC Comics’ band of young adult heroes. —Geekosystem
"It’s sort of like if the Peanuts gang had starred in Chronicle (2012) only with more swearing and body fluids.” —Strange Kids Club
“Imagine if Beavis and Butthead had superpowers. Needless to say, hijinks ensue.” —Graphic Policy
“Kochalka’s version of the classic ‘50s and '60s Legion of Super-Heroes […] The only difference is that SuperF*ckers operates on the premise that these superpowered teens are truly horrible people who hate each other. It’s pretty great.” —Comics Alliance
Take a look behind the scenes of the second episode of SuperF***ers, “Sh*tstorm, MotherF***ers” featuring the talented David Faustino as Jack Krak, Ted Biaselli as Wonder Kyle, and the show’s creator James Kochalka as Grotus and Sh*tstorm