League Of Super Evil

CARTOON NETWORK – Saturday & Sunday from 10 July, 8am

Simply put, League of Super Evil is a show about the bad guys. In this world, powerful Heroes and Villains duke it out for global supremacy. And then there’s LOSE…

Led by Voltar, the mastermind, the team includes muscle-bound nice-guy Red Menace, Mad Scientist Doktor Frogg and inter-dimensional hell-hound Doomageddon. Together they make The League of Super Evil, a.k.a. LOSE. In their minds, they are evil to the core, but since they have no real skills, menace or budget, evil is the last thing these guys really are.

Metrotown is populated with a disproportionately large number or villains and heroes, all battling it out for ultimate global supremacy. Though their neighbours find them highly annoying, LOSE isn’t even on the radar.

In this show, the League of Super Evil finds a victory where everyone else would see a defeat (and they tend to lose spectacularly). From each and every defeat, we’ll find some small delusional victory for our characters to claim. The fun will come in the ridiculous and convoluted course they take in achieving them.

CARTOON NETWORK – Thursdays from 1 April, 4.30pm

Simply put, League of Super Evil is a show about the bad guys. In this world, powerful Heroes and Villains duke it out for global supremacy. And then there’s LOSE…

Led by Voltar, the mastermind, the team includes muscle-bound nice-guy Red Menace, Mad Scientist Doktor Frogg and inter-dimensional hell-hound Doomageddon. Together they make The League of Super Evil, a.k.a. LOSE. Without a doubt, the world’s worst bad guys. In their minds, they are evil to the core, but since they have no real skills, menace or budget, evil is the last thing these guys really are. Since Voltar has his own idea of what’s evil, “victory” is more often a matter of opinion.

Metrotown is populated with a disproportionately large number or villains and heroes, all battling it out for ultimate global supremacy. LOSE isn’t even on the radar. Though their neighbours find them highly annoying.

In this show, the League of Super Evil finds a victory where everyone else would see a defeat (and they tend to lose spectacularly). This paradox will be one of the things that makes LOSE the series different from many of the other hero/villain send-up’s we’ve seen. From each and every defeat, we’ll find some small delusional victory for our characters to claim. The fun will come in the ridiculous and convoluted course they take in achieving them.

So in terms of LOSE’s place in this world, they’re decidedly beneath the ongoing struggle of hero vs. villain. They exist much more on an innocent level akin to the perpetual “kids vs. adults” dynamic. Think “Little Rascals”… but with lasers.

CARTOON NETWORK – Thursdays from 4 March, 4.30pm

Simply put, League of Super Evil is a show about the bad guys. In this world, powerful Heroes and Villains duke it out for global supremacy. And then there’s LOSE…

Led by Voltar, the mastermind, the team includes muscle-bound nice-guy Red Menace, Mad Scientist Doktor Frogg and inter-dimensional hell-hound Doomageddon. Together they make The League of Super Evil, a.k.a. LOSE. Without a doubt, the world’s worst bad guys. In their minds, they are evil to the core, but since they have no real skills, menace or budget, evil is the last thing these guys really are. Since Voltar has his own idea of what’s evil, “victory” is more often a matter of opinion.

Metrotown is populated with a disproportionately large number or villains and heroes, all battling it out for ultimate global supremacy. LOSE isn’t even on the radar. Though their neighbours find them highly annoying.

In this show, the League of Super Evil finds a victory where everyone else would see a defeat (and they tend to lose spectacularly). This paradox will be one of the things that makes LOSE the series different from many of the other hero/villain send-up’s we’ve seen. From each and every defeat, we’ll find some small delusional victory for our characters to claim. The fun will come in the ridiculous and convoluted course they take in achieving them.

So in terms of LOSE’s place in this world, they’re decidedly beneath the ongoing struggle of hero vs. villain. They exist much more on an innocent level akin to the perpetual “kids vs. adults” dynamic. Think “Little Rascals”… but with lasers.