Less a “spinoff” and more a companion series to The Life and Times of Elvis the Zombie, Super Support Group is about a group of degenerate, down on their luck and disgraced super heroes and their therapist’s attempts at rehabilitating them in order to realize his dreams of becoming famous from counseling a successful super team. The Super Support Group, a team of complete and utter screw-ups, will make the Shrink work for his desired fame. Also a dark comedy, this show is chocked full of witty adult humor as well as super hero action. Each member of the group has their own idiosyncrasies and quirks that bring humor to the show and add a certain style and “flavor” that is seldom seen on television today. The fact that they know they are screw ups coupled with the fact that most of them are too lazy to do anything to truly try and change themselves makes for very entertaining discourse throughout the series. Even after they get their licenses back, they still make huge mistakes that show how deep the flaws in their character run.
Annoying Mime is just that, an annoying little mime that gets on everyone’s nerves and kicks off episode one by being hit by a car and giving the series its first catalyst.
Drunken Mall Santa is an alcoholic mall Santa who is repeatedly found passed out in the malls of the fictional city they inhabit.
Porno Pete is a true degenerate, always manipulating himself surreptitiously and thinking no one notices. Everyone does.
Ultra-Transvestite is the only “woman” on the team and she is also the most balanced and level-headed of them, arguing against their preparedness for receiving their hero licenses.
Mad Machinist is a schizophrenic former villain who only wants to pay his debt to society for his past sins as well as help his friends succeed.
Asshole Stand-up Comic is the comic relief in a group of already hilarious characters.
Homoerotic Commando Twins are constantly making everyone uncomfortable with how comfortable they are with each other.
There are six thirty minute episodes in the first story arc or “season” and six more outlined for a season two. Season one chronicles the SSG’s journey to receiving their hero licenses and immediately getting wrapped up in a scandal they attempt to weasel their way out of before they even really get to enjoy becoming fully licensed heroes for the second time. Super Support Group is a raw look into the dark minds of deviants and will give you guilty comedic pleasure with every backward step the group makes in their journey to becoming better people by becoming a better super team… or something along those lines. Read at your own discretion.