The comedians ask awkward questions at a Comic-Con panel.
The comedians describe the very essence of Comic-Con using only five words.
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 panelists strip "The Family Circus" of its wholesome captions and make up their own.
President Obama pens the forward to a "Peanuts" volume and orders air strikes on terrorists.
The comedians use emojis to tell superheroes' backstories.
General Zod gets flipper hands and James Bond becomes kid-friendly.
Spider-Woman goes on maternity leave, and the "Karate Kid" villain takes a stand against bullying.
"If the Raindrops United" author Judah Friedlander talks about using satire as cultural commentary.
Racist "Star Wars" fans start the hashtag #BoycottStarWarsVII to protest the film's diversity.
Speaking as conservative analysts, the contestants rebrand super villains as the patriots they are.
The comics list #BetterDebateQuestions, #CanadianSuperheroes #OceanCelebs and #CrapperBooks.
"Crimson Peak" star Tom Hiddleston discusses his portrayal of misunderstood outsiders.