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Published by: Fred Seibert on Feb 21, 2012
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 SuperF*ckers
is an animated comedy series about a bunch of superheroes wholive together. They drink, they smoke, they swear, everything, but nothing super (except by accident). It's a really smart, mature show about really crass, self-centered, destructive behavior.The SuperF*ckers’ universe is governed by cause and effect, and every action af-fects everything else in the universe, even if it's not readily apparent. It’s a satire of American society and reality TV culture. (Contrary to what we've all learned fromSpiderman, it turns out that with great power comes no responsibility at all.) TheSuperF*ckers can behave their worst because they are super. Everybody wants to be discovered and those on the team are constantly jockeying for position. They allwant to be the fan favorite, want to be the "leader," or at least want to manage notto get kicked out and replaced by a newer, hungrier, brasher young hero.
The SuperF*ckers are hilarious. They're crude and wild, unhinged andextreme. It's like the wildest college weekend ever, with superpowers.
SuperF*ckers from James Kochalka, Bill Oakley & Frederator Studios
 
 Superf*ckers
, as satire:
SuperF*ckers
is a satire of American society. Contrary to whatwe've all learnedfrom Spiderman, it turns out that with great power comes no responsibility at all.Rather than use their powers for good, the SuperF*ckers are free to use their pow-ers for whatever the fuck they want or even nothing at all. Like kids on 4chan or other message boards, they have zero accountability. Message board posters andhackers are able to express their most crass, self-centered, destructive behavior be-cause they are anonymous. The SuperF*ckers can behave their worst because theyare super.It's also a satire of "reality" TV culture. Everybody wants to be on the team; theyline up outside the clubhouse hoping to be discovered (just like they do in
 Ameri-can Idol 
), hoping for a shot at joining the team. And those on the team are con-stantly jockeying for position. They all want to be the fan favorite, want to be the"leader", or at least want to manage not to get kicked out and replaced by a newer,hungrier, brasher young hero.
SuperF*ckers from James Kochalka, Bill Oakley & Frederator Studios

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