SuperF*ckers

Created by James Kochalka.
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See the original comic here.

Ready to sing about the Sweet Mystery? Download this instrumental from SoundCloud and submit your own version here! We want to broadcast your voice on the internet, so send your covers our way!

December 10, 2012

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Ready to sing about the Sweet MysteryDownload this instrumental from SoundCloud and submit your own version here!

We want to broadcast your voice on the internet, so send your covers our way!

The green hallway at SuperF*ckers HQ Seen in the premiere episode of SuperF*ckers, “Sweet Mystery” Don’t forget to subscribe to SuperF*ckers on YouTube to catch the all new episode airing today, "Sh*tstorm, MotherF*ckers"

December 7, 2012

The green hallway at SuperF*ckers HQ

Seen in the premiere episode of SuperF*ckers, “Sweet Mystery”

Don’t forget to subscribe to SuperF*ckers on YouTube to catch the all new episode airing today, "Sh*tstorm, MotherF*ckers"

GIF and animatic stills from the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet Mystery” Ultra Richard not only has X-Ray vision, but he’s got some smooth moves, complete with a sultry baritone voice. Subscribe to SuperF***ers to be the first to see the all new episodes when they air, every Friday

December 6, 2012

GIF and animatic stills from the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet Mystery”

Ultra Richard not only has X-Ray vision, but he’s got some smooth moves, complete with a sultry baritone voice.

Subscribe to SuperF***ers to be the first to see the all new episodes when they air, every Friday

"The best slow jam of the last five years."—Uproxx on the “Sweet Mystery of B*tches" song from the first episode of SuperF*ckers. Catch up on the “Sweet Mystery” before the second episode premieres tomorrow, December 7th.

December 6, 2012

"The best slow jam of the last five years."—Uproxx on the “Sweet Mystery of B*tches" song from the first episode of SuperF*ckers.
Catch up on the “Sweet Mystery” before the second episode premieres tomorrow, December 7th.

"The best slow jam of the last five years."
Uproxx on the “Sweet Mystery of B*tches" song from the first episode of SuperF*ckers.

Catch up on the “Sweet Mystery” before the second episode premieres tomorrow, December 7th.

SuperF***ers model sheets for Jack’s spit and Ultra Richard’s X-Ray beam That X-Ray beam has seen things…  Find out what the heck Ultra Richard is lookin’ at in the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet Mystery”

December 5, 2012

SuperF***ers model sheets for Jack’s spit and Ultra Richard’s X-Ray beam

That X-Ray beam has seen things… 

Find out what the heck Ultra Richard is lookin’ at in the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet Mystery”

PRAISE for the PREMIERE of SUPERF*CKERS: "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

December 5, 2012

PRAISE for the PREMIERE of SUPERF*CKERS:
"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

PRAISE for the PREMIERE of SUPERF*CKERS:

"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

"If superheroes were real, they’d be like teens on the Internet." —James Kochalka Peek inside the mind of James Kochalka in an exclusive interview with Comics Alliance.  “SuperF*ckers is a satire, and it’s also a farce and that’ll become clear as it goes on. It’s a bunch of buffoons acting in a really crude way, and situations become more and more outrageous and implausible. But it’s a satire.” —James Kochalka, creator of SuperF*ckers

December 5, 2012

"If superheroes were real, they’d be like teens on the Internet." —James Kochalka
Peek inside the mind of James Kochalka in an exclusive interview with Comics Alliance. 
“SuperF*ckers is a satire, and it’s also a farce and that’ll become clear as it goes on. It’s a bunch of buffoons acting in a really crude way, and situations become more and more outrageous and implausible. But it’s a satire.” —James Kochalka, creator of SuperF*ckers

"If superheroes were real, they’d be like teens on the Internet." —James Kochalka

Peek inside the mind of James Kochalka in an exclusive interview with Comics Alliance

SuperF*ckers is a satire, and it’s also a farce and that’ll become clear as it goes on. It’s a bunch of buffoons acting in a really crude way, and situations become more and more outrageous and implausible. But it’s a satire.” —James Kochalka, creator of SuperF*ckers

Take a look behind the scenes of the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet mystery” Featuring talented voice actors such as, Maria Bamford, David Faustino, Veronica Belmont, Phil Morris, the show’s director Fran Krause and of course, SuperF***ers creator, James Kochalka Don’t forget to subscribe to SuperF***ers to be the first to see all new episodes, airing every FRIDAY

December 5, 2012

Take a look behind the scenes of the premiere episode of SuperF***ers, “Sweet mystery”

Featuring talented voice actors such as, Maria Bamford, David Faustino, Veronica Belmont, Phil Morris, the show’s director Fran Krause and of course, SuperF***ers creator, James Kochalka

Don’t forget to subscribe to SuperF***ers to be the first to see all new episodes, airing every FRIDAY

"Sweet Mystery of B*tches" - Lyrics It’s just the sweet mystery of bitches, the sweet mystery of love The sweet mystery of bitches and it ain’t no mystery man can solve! — Sweet Mystery song by James Kochalka. Arrangement by Anthony Davis and Dustin Pilkington (of Best Fwends). Ultra Richard voiced by: Phil Morris 

December 4, 2012

"Sweet Mystery of B*tches" - Lyrics

It’s just the sweet mystery of bitches,

the sweet mystery of love

The sweet mystery of bitches

and it ain’t no mystery man can solve!


Sweet Mystery song by James Kochalka.
Arrangement by Anthony Davis and Dustin Pilkington (of Best Fwends).
Ultra Richard voiced by: Phil Morris 

Coming this week to SuperF***ers (Dec. 3 to Dec 9). Don’t get lazy just yet, here is what’s planned for this week: MON ♪♫ Listen to Ultra-Richard sing “Sweet Mystery of B*tches” from the premiere episode of SuperF*ckers, “Sweet Mystery” WED SuperF***ers - Behind the scenes of the premiere episode, “Sweet Mystery” FRI NEW EPISODE - “Sh*tstorm, MotherF***ers” Jack sh*ts on Wonder Kyle and his costume designs. Watch it over at SuperF***ers on YouTube

December 3, 2012

Coming this week to SuperF***ers (Dec. 3 to Dec 9).
Don’t get lazy just yet, here is what’s planned for this week:
MON
♪♫ Listen to Ultra-Richard sing “Sweet Mystery of B*tches” from the premiere episode of SuperF*ckers, “Sweet Mystery”
WED
SuperF***ers - Behind the scenes of the premiere episode, “Sweet Mystery”
FRI
NEW EPISODE - “Sh*tstorm, MotherF***ers”
Jack sh*ts on Wonder Kyle and his costume designs.
Watch it over at SuperF***ers on YouTube

Coming this week to SuperF***ers (Dec. 3 to Dec 9).

Don’t get lazy just yet, here is what’s planned for this week:

MON

♪♫ Listen to Ultra-Richard sing “Sweet Mystery of B*tches” from the premiere episode of SuperF*ckers, “Sweet Mystery”

WED

SuperF***ers - Behind the scenes of the premiere episode, “Sweet Mystery”

FRI

NEW EPISODE - “Sh*tstorm, MotherF***ers”

Jack sh*ts on Wonder Kyle and his costume designs.

Watch it over at SuperF***ers on YouTube