LEGO Marvel Superheroes: Maximum Overload
, is a five-part mini-webseries by Marvel Comics
with help with LEGO, based on the popular LEGO Marvel Superheroes
That ever-dastardly Trickster God, Loki
, is up to his old tricks again. This time, he's developed Norn Frost, turned them into snowballs and are hurling them at various super villains and granting them amazing power boosts... just to be a troll
. At least to our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man
. What dastardly villains will Loki target? What other heroes will get involved with this? Will this be hilarious?
You can watch the first episode here
LEGO Marvel Superheroes: Maximum Overload provides examples of these tropes:
- Big "NO!": Spidey does this when Venom points out that he can't eat the last cheese danish because his mask has no mouth.
- Butt Monkey: Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Spider-Man. To the point where, when Thor picks him up in the final episode, he says he was busy whining on a rooftop. Spidey corrects him and says he was "angsting".
- The Cameo: Stan Lee, as always. This time, he's a vendor.
- The Red Skull, Carnage and the Wizard shows up in the final episode as villains locked away on the Helicarrier.
- Forgot I Could Fly: Iron Man's annoyed that he can't catch up to the jet the Abomination has "hijacked" on their speedboat. Iron Fist points out that he has something better - his armor.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Seriously, Loki, letting your Chitauri buff your snow fortress with a zamboni is a sure-fire way have it come back and bite you.
- Incredibly Lame Pun: When Iron Man's left glove shoots out of the rubble of his mansion, a passing by runner calls out "Look! It's Iron Fist!" Then, Tony goes and ruins the joke.
- Lame Pun Reaction: All over the place.
- Oh, No... Not Again!: Tony and Pepper bemoan this when the Helicarrier crashlands on Tony's mansion after having just rebuilt it.
- Squashed Flat: Venom gets pulled into the Daily Bugle printing press in episode 2.
- Sssnake Talk: Venom doesss thisss to the point Ssspider-man lampssshadesss it.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: At the end of the final episode, Nick Fury decides to go ahead and be nice, giving him a S.H.I.E.L.D pass and his very own Spider-Bike.
- "Well Done, Son" Guy: Spider-Man.
- Whole Plot Reference: Episode three is just one big potshot at Iron Man 3
- Wolverine Publicity: Actually Averted - he only shows up twice, showing off his "Snikt-kabob" - using his claws to have a shish-kabob. Played straight with Spider-man, who is in every episode, even if its just to appear and say he doesn't know what he's doing there.