The Superhero

By Dan Vs.

When Los Angeles’ local Crime Fighter Terrifi-Guy demolishes Dan’s car during a routine act of heroism, Dan dons a cape and tights in an effort to out Super the Hero! But he soon learns that it’s hard to be a super hero without any powers, so he switches tactics. He turns the roof of his apartment into a lair and starts focusing his thoughts to the more diabolical side of things. He becomes “Dr. Jerk” a super villain with plans to destroy Terrific-Guy by finding out and exploiting his one crippling weakness and thus having his revenge!


By Pioneers of Television

“Superheroes” crosses many eras: “Superman” in the 1950s, “Batman” in the ’60s, “Wonder Woman” and “The Incredible Hulk” in the ’70s and “The Greatest American Hero” in the ’80s. The episode features in-depth interviews with Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, Lynda Carter, Lou Ferrigno, William Katt and others. It also includes comments from Robert Culp, about his show “The Greatest American Hero,” recorded just days before he passed away.

An Avalanche of Superheroes

By Collection Intervention

Every room in Howie Pyro’s home is filled with rare and interesting pieces of pop culture he has collected over the last 30 years. Howie’s friend Danny is worried that if he doesn’t get help managing his collection now, he might be headed down the darker path to hoarding. Raquel wants desperately to move in with her boyfriend, Sean, but before that can happen she needs help getting Sean to clean up the massive superhero collection that fills his apartment.

Hole in the Wall / The Terrible 2 1/2s / Super Hero Snap / I’m Back and I’m Bluer Than Ever

By ChalkZone

Rudy and Penny sneak into the old town schoolhouse / Rudy gets jealous when his family gushes over the “amazing’ scribbles done by his 2-year-old cousin, Sophie. / Snap wants to know what his super powers are / Snap sings about being blue

Divide and Conquer

By DC Super-Heroes: Cyborg

Cinderblock breaks into prison–and the Teen Titans arrive in time to stop a jailbreak. But when Robin (voiced by Scott Menville) and Cyborg’s (voiced by Khary Payton) big “sonic boom” maneuver goes awry, the bad guy gets away–and the boys blame each other. An argument erupts; and when the shouting stops, Cyborg quits the team! Meanwhile, Cinderblock returns to his mysterious boss, Slade (voiced by Ron Perlman), with a prize: a sleeping inmate who becomes the monstrous Plasmus whenever he is awakened. With oozing Plasmus running amok at a chemical factory and Cinderblock toting a laser cannon downtown, can the four remaining Titans handle all the chaos without Cyborg at their side?

Season 1, Episode 12, Superhero in the Alley

By Bones

FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth enlists Dr. Temperance Brennan’s help when a decomposed body is found in a local alley and the cause of death is unknown. As Brennan tries to assess if a murder has been committed, the details of the case draw her in deeper, and she’s determined to help Booth find the teen’s killer.