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From the co-creators of "Sealab 2021," this tale revolves around a super villain named Killface and his struggle to destroy the world -- but he finds that global destruction is hard work. While Killface unenthusiastically deals with his tasks, his nemesis, billionaire playboy Xander Crews, is on the case. Xander's superhero alias, Awesome X, puts on a good face to make sure his action figure line of toys stays in business.

Latest episodes

aired 100 days ago
Killface plans for the upcoming debate with Dottie; Wendell looks into alternative campaign funds.
aired 101 days ago
Killface recovers from a failed assassination aimed at him.
aired 102 days ago
Killface starts to believe in divine intervention.
aired 103 days ago
Killface and Xander Crews go on a duck hunt in an attempt to promote their public image.
aired 107 days ago
Billionaire tycoon Xander Crews gets a new secretary.
aired 108 days ago
Xander Crews makes a career decision.
aired 109 days ago
Killface makes a career decision.
aired 110 days ago
Killface and Crews try to return to their lives following betrayals.
aired 114 days ago
Killface and Crews try to rescue Simon from Torpedo Vegas.
aired 115 days ago
Killface and Crews attempt to infiltrate the lair of Torpedo Vegas.
aired 116 days ago
The Xtacles must find a replacement hostage for Xander Crews.
aired 117 days ago
Killface and Xander Crews become roommates.
aired 121 days ago
Antagone blinds Killface with acid; Xander Crews is kidnapped by robots.
aired 122 days ago
Reporter Grace Ryan experiences side effects.
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Following an accident, everyone ends up in the hospital.
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Killface plans to kidnap Xander Crews.
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Killface and company try to win the Xander Crews Inventors Expo competition.
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Killface goes on a daytime talk show to talk about his world domination plans.
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Xander plans to make millions by selling action figures.
aired 131 days ago
Killface wants a PR team to publicize his plans to take over the world.
aired 263 days ago
Everyone races to the Annihilatrix while the Deceptacles make a stew out of Arthur's decapitated body.

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