Everyone and their grandmother is trying to cash in on the "super hero" craze. From Disney, to Pixar, to DC, to Marvel...etc..ETC. And really, you can't blame them. Comic books are cool, and comic books as movies have the possibility to be incredibly entertaining. Batman Begins, X-Men, and Spider-man are just a few to proove that. But those are just movies. What about tv shows? Justice League Unlimited is doing well, Smallville is going into it's 5th season? The Batman is pretty popular I guess. So why aren't companies going into the venue of tv series? My question is...Why don't they bring back "Freakazoid!"? It was a show on the WB about 10 years ago or something. I must have been 7 or 8...But what I do remember is that the show was very funny. This guy named Dexter's cat typed in (what he typed in is actually in my sig), and so Dexter tried to delete it all and was sucked up into his computer and got powers. The show I think got bad reviews or something and was canceled. But I think at this point there is a lot more for writers to parody. They could mock the whole super hero genre, like the show was originally doing...and yet also parody pop culture and such. (Which it was also doing along the lines as Animaniacs did)... Someone is probably asking why I mentioned super hero movies and such above before discussing the thread's namesake. Well, there is good reason. This show already has a growing audience. Comic books and Superheroes are everywhere. how many kids are going to be Batman for halloween this year? how many kids were Spider-man last year or whenever? So someone somewhere probably wants to see the cornier more comedic side. The show could be something like the Tick (in terms of popularity for it's lampooning).