2 Series, 20 Episodes
Supervillain extraordinaire Killface has just begun his quest to destroy Earth by smashing it into the Sun using a massive jet engine called the Annihilatrix
Billionaire tycoon Xander Crews and his superhero alter-ego Awesome X have a problem: Xander has frittered away the billions of dollars amassed by his murdered parents
In what can only be termed a colossal misunderstanding, Frisky Dingo's creators somehow got involved in producing an episode that revolves around the options available on the sporty new tC from Scion
In order to trick Killface into giving him the rights to use the supervillain's name and likeness for his toy line, Xander Crews stages an inventors' convention
Desperate for the $12 billion needed to complete the Annihilatrix, Killface kidnaps Xander. But things quickly go south for our villain, starting around the same time that Phil vomits in the minivan.
Grievously injured in the collapse of the Annihilatrix's catwalk, the entire Frisky Dingo gang end up in the same emergency room
Plucky reporter Grace Ryan is experiencing some unpleasant side effects from falling into drums full of super-smart, radioactive waste-covered ants: she sometimes turns into the supervillain Antagone!
Killface loses his sight when Antagone spits formic acid into his eyes. Meanwhile, Xander is kidnapped by robots called the Xtacles.
Killface and Xander Crews are now roommates and bestest buds. But their friendship is tested to the limit when Simon runs away with Xander's robot pants.
The Xtacles, under threat of death at the hands of Stan, have to find a replacement hostage for Xander Crews
Xander and Killface escape from the sweatshop to rescue Simon from the evil clutches of master criminal Torpedo Vegas
When Torpedo Vegas captures Killface and Xander, he forces them to fight - to the death! Could this be the end?!
This one's actually the end. And what exactly makes this one the end, you ask? Well... remember the Annihilatrix?