Captain 'Murica, the first ultra-conservative, Trump-supporting superhero, has a unique definition of what constitutes a bad guy.
A superhero trips up villains with his problematic name.
The contestants respond to angry "Iron Man" fans by spoiling the comic's plotline for them.
The comedians list the special powers that Canadian superheroes would possess.
The comedians create catchy tunes inspired by comic book heroes and villains.
The panelists create comic book versions of TV shows.
The comedians name the mutants cut from the final version of "X-Men: Apocalypse."
The comedians spill about all the best scenes in "Captain America: Civil War."
The comics come up with spoilers for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
The comedians describe lesser-known comic book characters.
The comics create #PoliticalSuperheroes, #GrittySeuss, sum up a #BadJobIn5Words and #FloridaAMovie.
The comedians comment on homemade costumes made by frugal fanboys.
Super Tuesday is upon us, so the comedians enlist political superheroes to save the day.
The comics read lines from an adults-only version of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
"Triple 9" star Anthony Mackie chats about the crime drama's ensemble cast.
The comedians use emojis to tell superheroes' backstories.
The contestants come up with taglines for shoddy knockoff toys.
The panelists weigh in on a wide array of non-traditional casting choices in film.
Unable to rally, environmentalists use stand-ins to call world leaders to action on climate change.
General Zod gets flipper hands and James Bond becomes kid-friendly.