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* '''I'm A Marvel... And I'm A DC''': The original series, focusing on Marvel and DC Comics characters arguing about their respective movies in the style of Apple's popular "I'm a Mac and I'm A PC" ads.
** '''ComicBook/{{Superman}} v. ComicBook/SpiderMan''': Some time after the release of ''Film/SupermanReturns'', and before the release of the then-highly anticipated ''Film/SpiderMan3'', [=RandomGuy=] made these first short films, contrasting DC's movie adaptations with Marvel's. Mainly, the videos focused on the more disappointing aspects of ''Superman Returns'' in comparison with the more successful parts of the ''Spider-Man'' films. Once it was a video with the villains (ComicBook/LexLuthor and Green Goblin). Eventually, other Marvel and DC characters were brought in to put in their two cents, like Franchise/{{Batman}} (who scoffed at the supposed "[[{{Wangst}} darkness]]" of ''Spider-Man 3''), ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk (who reminisced with Superman about "the good old days", namely the 70s/80s), [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] (who argued with Superman over whether or not the Man of Steel "stole our [[Creator/BryanSinger director]]") and the ComicBook/FantasticFour and the ComicBook/SilverSurfer who beat out DC that year due to lack of "[[Franchise/{{Batman}} competition]]".
** '''Franchise/{{Batman}} v. ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk and ComicBook/IronMan''': In the summer of 2008, [=RandomGuy=] took a break from the more dramatic storylines of "After Hours" to take advantage of the number of comic book movies coming out that summer (namely, ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'', ''Film/IronMan'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnight''). This series focused on Batman facing off against either Iron Man or the Hulk. Since ''Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy'' also came out that summer, ComicBook/{{Hellboy}} himself briefly joined in (he didn't quite fit in, though).
** '''{{Wolverine}} v. Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}''': During the first half of 2009, both the ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' film and ''[[Film/{{X-Men}} X-Men Origins: Wolverine]]'' came out. So, [=RandomGuy=] made a series of videos where Wolverine debated with members of the Watchmen cast such as Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, and the Comedian over their respective movies and source material. Eventually, Wolverine got bored with them, so he had Cyclops debate with Nite Owl, which led to both of them [[WhatMeasureIsANonBadass lamenting being the "nice guys" on their team]]. Wolvie came back, only to find out that he had to butt heads with last year's box-office winner, Batman, since the Watchmen movie tanked. There was also a brief PSA urging people not to watch the illegally-uploaded workprint of ''Wolverine''. Finally, all the previously-seen ''Watchmen'' characters had to face off against one more cast member from ''Wolverine''... {{Deadpool}}. HilarityEnsues.
** '''{{Deadpool}} vs. Comicbook/GreenLantern''': After the news broke that RyanReynolds was cast as Hal Jordan in the Film/GreenLantern film, Wade Wilson and Hal Jordan start comparing and contrasting themselves with each other. Then Hal tells Wade that Ryan Reynolds is going to play both of them, which Wade did not know. Wade doesn't take the news too well, and HilarityEnsues. ''Again''.
** '''Film/IronMan vs. ComicBook/JonahHex''': In May of 2010, Jonah Hex was brought on to go against Iron Man, in the wake of the ''Film/JonahHex'' movie and ''[[Film/IronMan Iron Man 2]]'' both coming out that month. Iron Man questioned Jonah about his movie's commercials making it seem like "Film/{{Constantine}} [[Comicbook/GhostRider The Ghost Rider]] [[InSpace In the Wild Wild West]]" instead of a gritty realistic Western like in the comic, while Jonah pointed out the insane amount of ProductPlacement present in the Iron Man 2 ads. It doesn't go much further than that though, as Jonah Hex doesn't think there's any honor in [[LampshadeHanging trashing the competition's movies before they even come out]].
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/TheMightyThor''': Hal Jordan and the God of Thunder square off, with Hal initially having a hard time competing with Thor's numerous titles and [[LargeHam faux-Shakespearean]] dialogue (luckily, his film "hath screenwriters that toneth things down substantially for thine MTV generation"). They nearly come to blows before admitting that they're both just covering their nervousness, and it looks like they've resolved their differences until Deadpool claims Jordan stole his actor, sparking some company loyalty in Thor.
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. Film/XMenFirstClass:''' Hal Jordan tries to debate with Magneto, only to be slammed by a locker repeatedly for twenty seconds before Hal strikes back. Then they argue about their franchises. Xavier tags in and uses a JediMindTrick to end the debate. Hal realizes this and demands another go, and he gets Mystique. This is interrupted when he notices the [[CallBack blue person is naked]].
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. The Critics:''' Hal Jordan is confused when the other superheroes are all nice to him, ''Deadpool'' then shows him his films page on ''RottenTomatoes''. Hal is shocked and angered by this, and eventually saddened. The rest of the superheroes cheer him up by reminding him that the fans are still on his side whether or not they liked the film. Deadpool then has a 'Reynoldsing' after Hal answers that he'll be fine with losing Reynolds, Hal now resigned to the fact that ''Film/GreenLantern'' probably won't get a sequel. This is now HilariousInHindsight due to the fact that if Wikipedia is to be believed, it just ''might'' get one after ''Justice League''. Assuming Justice League ever comes out.
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica''': Hal Jordan at first didn't really want to debate with Captain America and quickly left before Cap stops him. Hal explained that he didn't want to be demonized for insulting the resident CaptainPatriotic before Cap assures him that he won't take his insults personally. Instead, it was Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, and Deadpool who did and rushed to Cap's assistance, [[UnwantedAssistance much to his chagrin]].
** '''[[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga Batman]] vs. Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''': Tony is maybe a little too happy about the odds possibly being in his favor against his perennial box-office opponent, while ButtMonkey [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan Spider-Man]] is ignored.
** '''Film/SpiderMan1 and...?''': While on the spiked milkshakes, Spidey finds himself face-to-face with [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan his rebooted self]], both versions ready to tear into each other's mistakes. It finally ends when Professor X (by the suggestion of Batman and Iron Man) channels in some degree of guilt. Once his two selves find common ground, it allows him to realize that the shortcomings of both movies were out of his control. However, when he declares that his film just might outgross [[Film/TheDarkKnightRises Batman's]], Batman just offers the webhead yet another milkshake.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/IronMan3 Iron Man]]''' and '''[[Film/TheWolverine Wolverine]]''': It starts out rather easy-going for one of these videos since Superman isn't making any negative remarks against Tony, but then Batman decides to backup his fellow DC character and Captain America shows up to reign in Tony. Batman and Iron Man end up fighting while Superman and Captain America stand on the sidelines commenting about being the NiceGuy. Superman later gets a little better at making critical remarks, but then Wolverine starts pointing out problems in ''Film/ManOfSteel'' that were considered good things in his own film. Once again, Batman and Tony get involved in the discussion and start fighting each other.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld Thor]]''': Thor fires the first real shot by calling Superman boring and predicting he'll be overshadowed by Batman again. Superman reminds him of how much extra screentime Loki got and how one-dimensional his main villain was. Right on cue, Batman and Loki show up to kibitz -- at which point Supes and Thor throw up their hands and leave the SpotlightStealingSquad to fight it out themselves.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2 Spider-Man]]''' (again): Seven years after the first video, the two flagship heroes reunite to discuss how far things have come. [[Film/SupermanReturns A Superman reboot]], a Justice League movie [[DevelopmentHell being discussed]], [[Film/SpiderMan3 a Spidey sequel chock full of villains]]...[[HistoryRepeats wait a minute]]...
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]]''' vs. '''[[Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast Wolverine]]''': Superman and Wolverine start out complaining about Creator/{{Bryan Sing|er}} -- TechnicalDifficulties -- and how so many of their problems could have been solved if the director never left the X-Men movies to work on Film/SupermanReturns before they reluctantly decide that there is no point complaining about the past now... Then Wolverine mentions his latest movie is about going back in time specifically to change the past. One time travel trip later and the Marvel and DC comic-based movies have changed. Thanks to Deadpool's BreakingTheFourthWall abilities, he's able to fill them in on what's happened: The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse doesn't exist, there is a Justice League movie based on the work of Creator/MichaelBay, and Deadpool has three films. The pair quickly have second thoughts about the new timeline.
** '''[[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron The Avengers]]''' vs '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''': Iron Man and Batman fire off the expected zingers at each other, but Cap and Superman would rather pat each other on the back. Superman doesn't see the point in fighting, given that in 2016 they'll be doing that in their actual movies. Meanwhile, the Avengers who ''aren't'' Cap and Iron Man grouse about their lack of screen-time.
** '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''' "vs." '''[[Film/FantasticFour2015 the Thing]]''': Following the 2015 movie's disastrous reception, Bats and Supes are less interested in competing than in nervously trying to cheer up poor Ben. After about a minute of stony silence, he tells them, "Just. Get. Out."
** '''[[Film/AntMan Ant-Man]]''' vs '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''': Scott Lang is rather annoyed to find Superman and Batman didn't bother showing up. Supes explains that their films are so drastically different, he couldn't find any ground for comparisons - plus, Edgar Wright walking out has been forgotten in all the ''Fantastic Four'' drama. Cut to Ben still standing in the exact same spot.
** '''ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}''' vs '''Franchise/TheFlash''': Marvel and DC's two most prominent speedsters, both of whom are currently in two different franchises at once, go head-to-head. Unfortunately, Pietro starts out with a handicap due to his recently-retconned parentage, and soon finds himself out of his depth against Barry Allen.
* '''Parodies''': During the second half of 2009, the comic book movies stopped coming out. For lack of anything else to do, Spidey started making pitches of the cast as part of parodies of the other movies. Some of these are because Hulk spikes his milkshake.

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* '''I'm ''I'm A Marvel... And I'm A DC''': DC'': The original series, focusing on Marvel and DC Comics characters arguing about their respective movies in the style of Apple's popular "I'm a Mac and I'm A PC" ads.
** '''ComicBook/{{Superman}} ''ComicBook/{{Superman}} v. ComicBook/SpiderMan''': ComicBook/SpiderMan'': Some time after the release of ''Film/SupermanReturns'', and before the release of the then-highly anticipated ''Film/SpiderMan3'', [=RandomGuy=] made these first short films, contrasting DC's movie adaptations with Marvel's. Mainly, the videos focused on the more disappointing aspects of ''Superman Returns'' in comparison with the more successful parts of the ''Spider-Man'' films. Once it was a video with the villains (ComicBook/LexLuthor and Green Goblin). Eventually, other Marvel and DC characters were brought in to put in their two cents, like Franchise/{{Batman}} (who scoffed at the supposed "[[{{Wangst}} darkness]]" of ''Spider-Man 3''), ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk (who reminisced with Superman about "the good old days", namely the 70s/80s), [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] (who argued with Superman over whether or not the Man of Steel "stole our [[Creator/BryanSinger director]]") and the ComicBook/FantasticFour and the ComicBook/SilverSurfer who beat out DC that year due to lack of "[[Franchise/{{Batman}} competition]]".
** '''Franchise/{{Batman}} ''Franchise/{{Batman}} v. ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk and ComicBook/IronMan''': ComicBook/IronMan'': In the summer of 2008, [=RandomGuy=] took a break from the more dramatic storylines of "After Hours" to take advantage of the number of comic book movies coming out that summer (namely, ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'', ''Film/IronMan'', and ''Film/TheDarkKnight''). This series focused on Batman facing off against either Iron Man or the Hulk. Since ''Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy'' also came out that summer, ComicBook/{{Hellboy}} himself briefly joined in (he didn't quite fit in, though).
** '''{{Wolverine}} ''{{Wolverine}} v. Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}''': Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'': During the first half of 2009, both the ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' film and ''[[Film/{{X-Men}} X-Men Origins: Wolverine]]'' came out. So, [=RandomGuy=] made a series of videos where Wolverine debated with members of the Watchmen cast such as Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, and the Comedian over their respective movies and source material. Eventually, Wolverine got bored with them, so he had Cyclops debate with Nite Owl, which led to both of them [[WhatMeasureIsANonBadass lamenting being the "nice guys" on their team]]. Wolvie came back, only to find out that he had to butt heads with last year's box-office winner, Batman, since the Watchmen movie tanked. There was also a brief PSA urging people not to watch the illegally-uploaded workprint of ''Wolverine''. Finally, all the previously-seen ''Watchmen'' characters had to face off against one more cast member from ''Wolverine''... {{Deadpool}}. HilarityEnsues.
** '''{{Deadpool}} ''{{Deadpool}} vs. Comicbook/GreenLantern''': Comicbook/GreenLantern'': After the news broke that RyanReynolds was cast as Hal Jordan in the Film/GreenLantern film, Wade Wilson and Hal Jordan start comparing and contrasting themselves with each other. Then Hal tells Wade that Ryan Reynolds is going to play both of them, which Wade did not know. Wade doesn't take the news too well, and HilarityEnsues. ''Again''.
** '''Film/IronMan ''Film/IronMan vs. ComicBook/JonahHex''': ComicBook/JonahHex'': In May of 2010, Jonah Hex was brought on to go against Iron Man, in the wake of the ''Film/JonahHex'' movie and ''[[Film/IronMan Iron Man 2]]'' both coming out that month. Iron Man questioned Jonah about his movie's commercials making it seem like "Film/{{Constantine}} [[Comicbook/GhostRider The Ghost Rider]] [[InSpace In the Wild Wild West]]" instead of a gritty realistic Western like in the comic, while Jonah pointed out the insane amount of ProductPlacement present in the Iron Man 2 ads. It doesn't go much further than that though, as Jonah Hex doesn't think there's any honor in [[LampshadeHanging trashing the competition's movies before they even come out]].
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern ''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/TheMightyThor''': ComicBook/TheMightyThor'': Hal Jordan and the God of Thunder square off, with Hal initially having a hard time competing with Thor's numerous titles and [[LargeHam faux-Shakespearean]] dialogue (luckily, his film "hath screenwriters that toneth things down substantially for thine MTV generation"). They nearly come to blows before admitting that they're both just covering their nervousness, and it looks like they've resolved their differences until Deadpool claims Jordan stole his actor, sparking some company loyalty in Thor.
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern ''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. Film/XMenFirstClass:''' Film/XMenFirstClass:'' Hal Jordan tries to debate with Magneto, only to be slammed by a locker repeatedly for twenty seconds before Hal strikes back. Then they argue about their franchises. Xavier tags in and uses a JediMindTrick to end the debate. Hal realizes this and demands another go, and he gets Mystique. This is interrupted when he notices the [[CallBack blue person is naked]].
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern ''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. The Critics:''' Critics:'' Hal Jordan is confused when the other superheroes are all nice to him, ''Deadpool'' then shows him his films page on ''RottenTomatoes''. Hal is shocked and angered by this, and eventually saddened. The rest of the superheroes cheer him up by reminding him that the fans are still on his side whether or not they liked the film. Deadpool then has a 'Reynoldsing' after Hal answers that he'll be fine with losing Reynolds, Hal now resigned to the fact that ''Film/GreenLantern'' probably won't get a sequel. This is now HilariousInHindsight due to the fact that if Wikipedia is to be believed, it just ''might'' get one after ''Justice League''. Assuming Justice League ever comes out.
** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern ''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica''': ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'': Hal Jordan at first didn't really want to debate with Captain America and quickly left before Cap stops him. Hal explained that he didn't want to be demonized for insulting the resident CaptainPatriotic before Cap assures him that he won't take his insults personally. Instead, it was Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, and Deadpool who did and rushed to Cap's assistance, [[UnwantedAssistance much to his chagrin]].
** '''[[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga ''[[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga Batman]] vs. Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''': Avengers|2012}}'': Tony is maybe a little too happy about the odds possibly being in his favor against his perennial box-office opponent, while ButtMonkey [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan Spider-Man]] is ignored.
** '''Film/SpiderMan1 ''Film/SpiderMan1 and...?''': ?'': While on the spiked milkshakes, Spidey finds himself face-to-face with [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan his rebooted self]], both versions ready to tear into each other's mistakes. It finally ends when Professor X (by the suggestion of Batman and Iron Man) channels in some degree of guilt. Once his two selves find common ground, it allows him to realize that the shortcomings of both movies were out of his control. However, when he declares that his film just might outgross [[Film/TheDarkKnightRises Batman's]], Batman just offers the webhead yet another milkshake.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel ''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/IronMan3 Iron Man]]''' Man]]'' and '''[[Film/TheWolverine Wolverine]]''': ''[[Film/TheWolverine Wolverine]]'': It starts out rather easy-going for one of these videos since Superman isn't making any negative remarks against Tony, but then Batman decides to backup his fellow DC character and Captain America shows up to reign in Tony. Batman and Iron Man end up fighting while Superman and Captain America stand on the sidelines commenting about being the NiceGuy. Superman later gets a little better at making critical remarks, but then Wolverine starts pointing out problems in ''Film/ManOfSteel'' that were considered good things in his own film. Once again, Batman and Tony get involved in the discussion and start fighting each other.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel ''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld Thor]]''': Thor]]'': Thor fires the first real shot by calling Superman boring and predicting he'll be overshadowed by Batman again. Superman reminds him of how much extra screentime Loki got and how one-dimensional his main villain was. Right on cue, Batman and Loki show up to kibitz -- at which point Supes and Thor throw up their hands and leave the SpotlightStealingSquad to fight it out themselves.
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel ''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]] vs. [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2 Spider-Man]]''' Spider-Man]]'' (again): Seven years after the first video, the two flagship heroes reunite to discuss how far things have come. [[Film/SupermanReturns A Superman reboot]], a Justice League movie [[DevelopmentHell being discussed]], [[Film/SpiderMan3 a Spidey sequel chock full of villains]]...[[HistoryRepeats wait a minute]]...
** '''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]]''' ''[[Film/ManOfSteel Superman]]'' vs. '''[[Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast Wolverine]]''': ''[[Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast Wolverine]]'': Superman and Wolverine start out complaining about Creator/{{Bryan Sing|er}} -- TechnicalDifficulties -- and how so many of their problems could have been solved if the director never left the X-Men movies to work on Film/SupermanReturns before they reluctantly decide that there is no point complaining about the past now... Then Wolverine mentions his latest movie is about going back in time specifically to change the past. One time travel trip later and the Marvel and DC comic-based movies have changed. Thanks to Deadpool's BreakingTheFourthWall abilities, he's able to fill them in on what's happened: The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse doesn't exist, there is a Justice League movie based on the work of Creator/MichaelBay, and Deadpool has three films. The pair quickly have second thoughts about the new timeline.
** '''[[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron ''[[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron The Avengers]]''' Avengers]]'' vs '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice ''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''': Superman]]'': Iron Man and Batman fire off the expected zingers at each other, but Cap and Superman would rather pat each other on the back. Superman doesn't see the point in fighting, given that in 2016 they'll be doing that in their actual movies. Meanwhile, the Avengers who ''aren't'' Cap and Iron Man grouse about their lack of screen-time.
** '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice ''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''' Superman]]'' "vs." '''[[Film/FantasticFour2015 ''[[Film/FantasticFour2015 the Thing]]''': Thing]]'': Following the 2015 movie's disastrous reception, Bats and Supes are less interested in competing than in nervously trying to cheer up poor Ben. After about a minute of stony silence, he tells them, "Just. Get. Out."
** '''[[Film/AntMan Ant-Man]]''' ''[[Film/AntMan Ant-Man]]'' vs '''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice ''[[Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice Batman and Superman]]''': Superman]]'': Scott Lang is rather annoyed to find Superman and Batman didn't bother showing up. Supes explains that their films are so drastically different, he couldn't find any ground for comparisons - plus, Edgar Wright walking out has been forgotten in all the ''Fantastic Four'' drama. Cut to Ben still standing in the exact same spot.
** '''ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}''' ''ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}'' vs '''Franchise/TheFlash''': ''Franchise/TheFlash'': Marvel and DC's two most prominent speedsters, both of whom are currently in two different franchises at once, go head-to-head. Unfortunately, Pietro starts out with a handicap due to his recently-retconned parentage, and soon finds himself out of his depth against Barry Allen.
* '''Parodies''': ''Parodies'': During the second half of 2009, the comic book movies stopped coming out. For lack of anything else to do, Spidey started making pitches of the cast as part of parodies of the other movies. Some of these are because Hulk spikes his milkshake.



* '''After Hours''': Originally an excuse to depict pretty much all the Marvel and DC characters hanging out together and arguing over their movies ''without'' sticking to the Mac/PC format, this series eventually gained its own storyline, filled to the brim with suspense, humor, and the occasional [[CrowningMomentofAwesome CMOA]].
** '''Season One''': Season One begins with various Marvel and DC heroes hanging out in a superhero bar, discussing previous, current, and upcoming film projects. Eventually, a plot starts to form as, at a nearby villains' bar, ComicBook/LexLuthor tries to convince Marvel villains such as ComicBook/DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, and ComicBook/{{Venom}} to join him in altering the past so their movies would turn out better. Failing that, Luthor goes with a second plan - to wipe out all Marvel comics. Throughout all this, Superman tries to come to grips with people perceiving him as too powerful, and not being as flawed and relatable as other heroes.
** '''Season Two: Happy Hour''': "Happy Hour," the second season, centers around a plan by the Joker to control all superheroes and make them like his "straight man" - Batman. The Joker's plan has one flaw, though. Subplots include Spider-Man's eagerness to join Batman in crimefighting, the ComicBook/GreenGoblin trying desperately to win [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn's]] heart, and both the Goblin and Lex Luthor tripping out on sedatives.
** '''Season Three: Zero Hour''': The third and currently longest season, picking up where "Happy Hour" left off. All seems fine in the Randomverse: The bad guys are dealing with another loss and the hero bar ("Creator/{{Stan|Lee}}'s Place") is expanding. All hell breaks loose, however, when an unexpected head appears. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is trying to make a vision he had come true, which predicted the good guys on the ground beaten and humiliated -- but no one seems interesting in helping him besides Lars, the European Douche.
*** '''Rorschach & Deadpool''': A tie-in series to Season 3. After being teased back in May 2009 and subsequently becoming a minor internet meme, the SitCom featuring everyone's favorite Sociopath and The Merc With The Mouth as an OddCouple is finally here! Rorschach is looking for a man "behind everything," but [[HisNameIs every lead he can find keeps getting shot by Deadpool before they talk]]. It originally appeared that the entire thing was, as Deadpool put it, an excuse to "give the people what they want," but now seems to have tied into the main plot with Rorschach's discovery of a Plan Q folder on the desk of a more mainstream character.
* '''Goblin Bloggin'''': This [[VlogSeries faux video blog]], taking place within the continuity of "After Hours", takes a look into the life of the Green Goblin...or [=RandomGuy=]'s extremely popular version of him, anyway. Viewers get to learn more about Gobby's life of crime, his parenting skills, his love life, and his odd obsession with Willem Dafoe. (''Dafoe!'')
* '''Sh*t Superheroes Say''': Each of these videos runs a minute and ten seconds. The superhero in question spouts several quotes, which define his respective philosophies, pivotal events, and relationships with other characters in a satirical and humorous manner.

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* '''After Hours''': ''After Hours'': Originally an excuse to depict pretty much all the Marvel and DC characters hanging out together and arguing over their movies ''without'' sticking to the Mac/PC format, this series eventually gained its own storyline, filled to the brim with suspense, humor, and the occasional [[CrowningMomentofAwesome CMOA]].
** '''Season One''': ''Season One'': Season One begins with various Marvel and DC heroes hanging out in a superhero bar, discussing previous, current, and upcoming film projects. Eventually, a plot starts to form as, at a nearby villains' bar, ComicBook/LexLuthor tries to convince Marvel villains such as ComicBook/DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, and ComicBook/{{Venom}} to join him in altering the past so their movies would turn out better. Failing that, Luthor goes with a second plan - to wipe out all Marvel comics. Throughout all this, Superman tries to come to grips with people perceiving him as too powerful, and not being as flawed and relatable as other heroes.
** '''Season ''Season Two: Happy Hour''': Hour'': "Happy Hour," the second season, centers around a plan by the Joker to control all superheroes and make them like his "straight man" - Batman. The Joker's plan has one flaw, though. Subplots include Spider-Man's eagerness to join Batman in crimefighting, the ComicBook/GreenGoblin trying desperately to win [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn's]] heart, and both the Goblin and Lex Luthor tripping out on sedatives.
** '''Season ''Season Three: Zero Hour''': Hour'': The third and currently longest season, picking up where "Happy Hour" left off. All seems fine in the Randomverse: The bad guys are dealing with another loss and the hero bar ("Creator/{{Stan|Lee}}'s Place") is expanding. All hell breaks loose, however, when an unexpected head appears. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is trying to make a vision he had come true, which predicted the good guys on the ground beaten and humiliated -- but no one seems interesting in helping him besides Lars, the European Douche.
*** '''Rorschach ''Rorschach & Deadpool''': Deadpool'': A tie-in series to Season 3. After being teased back in May 2009 and subsequently becoming a minor internet meme, the SitCom featuring everyone's favorite Sociopath and The Merc With The Mouth as an OddCouple is finally here! Rorschach is looking for a man "behind everything," but [[HisNameIs every lead he can find keeps getting shot by Deadpool before they talk]]. It originally appeared that the entire thing was, as Deadpool put it, an excuse to "give the people what they want," but now seems to have tied into the main plot with Rorschach's discovery of a Plan Q folder on the desk of a more mainstream character.
* '''Goblin Bloggin'''': ''Goblin Bloggin''': This [[VlogSeries faux video blog]], taking place within the continuity of "After Hours", takes a look into the life of the Green Goblin...or [=RandomGuy=]'s extremely popular version of him, anyway. Viewers get to learn more about Gobby's life of crime, his parenting skills, his love life, and his odd obsession with Willem Dafoe. (''Dafoe!'')
* '''Sh*t ''Sh*t Superheroes Say''': Say'': Each of these videos runs a minute and ten seconds. The superhero in question spouts several quotes, which define his respective philosophies, pivotal events, and relationships with other characters in a satirical and humorous manner.
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** '''Season One''': Season One begins with various Marvel and DC heroes hanging out in a superhero bar, discussing previous, current, and upcoming film projects. Eventually, a plot starts to form as, at a nearby villains' bar, ComicBook/LexLuthor tries to convince Marvel villains such as [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Doctor Doom]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Magneto]], and [[ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} Venom]] to join him in altering the past so their movies would turn out better. Failing that, Luthor goes with a second plan - to wipe out all Marvel comics. Throughout all this, Superman tries to come to grips with people perceiving him as too powerful, and not being as flawed and relatable as other heroes.
** '''Season Two: Happy Hour''': "Happy Hour," the second season, centers around a plan by the Joker to control all superheroes and make them like his "straight man" - Batman. The Joker's plan has one flaw, though. Subplots include Spider-Man's eagerness to join Batman in crimefighting, the [[ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} Green Goblin]] trying desperately to win [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn's]] heart, and both the Goblin and Lex Luthor tripping out on sedatives.

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** '''Season One''': Season One begins with various Marvel and DC heroes hanging out in a superhero bar, discussing previous, current, and upcoming film projects. Eventually, a plot starts to form as, at a nearby villains' bar, ComicBook/LexLuthor tries to convince Marvel villains such as [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Doctor Doom]], [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Magneto]], ComicBook/DoctorDoom, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, and [[ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} Venom]] ComicBook/{{Venom}} to join him in altering the past so their movies would turn out better. Failing that, Luthor goes with a second plan - to wipe out all Marvel comics. Throughout all this, Superman tries to come to grips with people perceiving him as too powerful, and not being as flawed and relatable as other heroes.
** '''Season Two: Happy Hour''': "Happy Hour," the second season, centers around a plan by the Joker to control all superheroes and make them like his "straight man" - Batman. The Joker's plan has one flaw, though. Subplots include Spider-Man's eagerness to join Batman in crimefighting, the [[ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} Green Goblin]] ComicBook/GreenGoblin trying desperately to win [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn's]] heart, and both the Goblin and Lex Luthor tripping out on sedatives.



* CrossoverShip: In-universe, the Green Goblin has a ''huge'' crush on [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn]], [[spoiler:and they get together during the finale of "Happy Hour"]]. Poison Ivy and [[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} Sandman]] hooking up counts, too.

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* CrossoverShip: In-universe, the Green Goblin has a ''huge'' crush on [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Harley Quinn]], [[spoiler:and they get together during the finale of "Happy Hour"]]. Poison Ivy and [[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Sandman]] hooking up counts, too.
26th Dec '16 11:29:01 AM nombretomado
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** The final quote could also have been a small ShoutOut to ''BatmanUnderTheRedHood.''

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** The final quote could also have been a small ShoutOut to ''BatmanUnderTheRedHood.''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood.''
28th Nov '16 6:30:51 PM N1KF
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** '''ComicBook/{{Superman}} v. ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}''': Some time after the release of ''Film/SupermanReturns'', and before the release of the then-highly anticipated ''Film/SpiderMan3'', [=RandomGuy=] made these first short films, contrasting DC's movie adaptations with Marvel's. Mainly, the videos focused on the more disappointing aspects of ''Superman Returns'' in comparison with the more successful parts of the ''Spider-Man'' films. Once it was a video with the villains (ComicBook/LexLuthor and Green Goblin). Eventually, other Marvel and DC characters were brought in to put in their two cents, like Franchise/{{Batman}} (who scoffed at the supposed "[[{{Wangst}} darkness]]" of ''Spider-Man 3''), ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk (who reminisced with Superman about "the good old days", namely the 70s/80s), [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] (who argued with Superman over whether or not the Man of Steel "stole our [[Creator/BryanSinger director]]") and the ComicBook/FantasticFour and the ComicBook/SilverSurfer who beat out DC that year due to lack of "[[Franchise/{{Batman}} competition]]".

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** '''ComicBook/{{Superman}} v. ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}''': ComicBook/SpiderMan''': Some time after the release of ''Film/SupermanReturns'', and before the release of the then-highly anticipated ''Film/SpiderMan3'', [=RandomGuy=] made these first short films, contrasting DC's movie adaptations with Marvel's. Mainly, the videos focused on the more disappointing aspects of ''Superman Returns'' in comparison with the more successful parts of the ''Spider-Man'' films. Once it was a video with the villains (ComicBook/LexLuthor and Green Goblin). Eventually, other Marvel and DC characters were brought in to put in their two cents, like Franchise/{{Batman}} (who scoffed at the supposed "[[{{Wangst}} darkness]]" of ''Spider-Man 3''), ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk (who reminisced with Superman about "the good old days", namely the 70s/80s), [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] (who argued with Superman over whether or not the Man of Steel "stole our [[Creator/BryanSinger director]]") and the ComicBook/FantasticFour and the ComicBook/SilverSurfer who beat out DC that year due to lack of "[[Franchise/{{Batman}} competition]]".
21st Oct '16 4:04:58 AM SuperSonicHeroes
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* SadlyMythtaken: Uh, [[UsefulNotes/GreekMythology Hades]] isn't part of [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse mythology]]...
21st Oct '16 1:51:30 AM BeastC
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* SadlyMythtaken: Uh, [[UsefulNotes/GreekMythology Hades]] isn't part of [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse mythology]]...
22nd Aug '16 12:56:52 PM longWriter
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** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica''': Hal Jordan at first didn't really want to debate with Captain America and quickly left before Cap stops him. Hal explained that he didn't want to be demonized for insulting the resident CaptainPatriotic before Cap assures him that he won't take his insults personally. Instead, it was Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, and Deadpool who did and rushed to Cap's assistance, [[StopHelpingMe much to his chagrin]].

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** '''Comicbook/GreenLantern vs. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica''': Hal Jordan at first didn't really want to debate with Captain America and quickly left before Cap stops him. Hal explained that he didn't want to be demonized for insulting the resident CaptainPatriotic before Cap assures him that he won't take his insults personally. Instead, it was Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, and Deadpool who did and rushed to Cap's assistance, [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance much to his chagrin]].
31st Jul '16 12:00:34 PM nombretomado
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''I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC'' is a popular FanFilm series on Website/YouTube, created by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] and his former collaborator, who goes by [=ItsJustSomeRandomGal=]. The videos feature popular MarvelComics and DCComics characters (well, action figure versions of them, anyway) dealing with the successes and failures of their respective movies and comics, sometimes humorously, sometimes dramatically.

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''I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC'' is a popular FanFilm series on Website/YouTube, created by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] and his former collaborator, who goes by [=ItsJustSomeRandomGal=]. The videos feature popular MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics and DCComics Creator/DCComics characters (well, action figure versions of them, anyway) dealing with the successes and failures of their respective movies and comics, sometimes humorously, sometimes dramatically.
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