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TV Series
    (June 27, 2006-September 6, 2007)
    Born in United States
    Sci-Fi Channel
    Hosted by Stan Lee
    Season One competitors: Matthew Atherton (Feedback, winner), Tobias Trost (Levity), Darren Passarello (Nitro G), Chelsea Weld (Cell Phone Girl), Steel Chambers (Iron Enforcer, later supervillain Dark Enforcer), Mary Votova (Monkey Woman), E Quincy Sloan (Ty’Veculus), Tonya Kay (Creature), Tonatzin Mondragon (Lemuria), Chris Watters (Major Victory) and Nell Wilson (Fat Momma)
    Season Two competitors: Jarrett Crippen (Defuser), Melody Mooney (Hygena), John Stork (Hyper-Strike), Dan Williams (Parthenon), Paula Thomas (Whip-Snap), Crystal Clark (Braid), Sir Ivan Wilzig (Mr. Mitzvah), Phillip Allen (Mindset), Trisha Paytas (Ms. Limelight) and Aja de Coudreaux (Basura)
    Contestants compete in a series of challenges designed to test superhero virtues; the winner is immortalized in Dark Horse Comics
    Gee, wonder where the title came from?
    It bills itself as ‘a show with heart.’
    Right down to the crest and initial, Major Victory’s red outfit looked bizarrely like Superman’s blue one.
    Like other competitive reality shows (especially The Apprentice, there are often blatant product placements and challenges that have very little to do with the point of the entire program.
    The competitors rarely fail to demonstrate real-life flaws (greed, fear, lawbreaking, tears, gossip and more).
    For the most part, the ‘superheroes’ are the contestants’ own creations.
    Contestants are not denied on account of race, religion, or size; for example, Fat Momma is overweight and Mr Mitzvah competed in his 50s.
    Lee asked the eliminated Iron Enforcer if he wanted to return as a supervillain; the Dark Enforcer was born.
    If they advance deep enough into the contest, Lee will talk one-on-one with the remaining contestants — as themselves, not their creations.
    First-season winner Feedback interviewed the second-season castoffs.

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