Christy Karacas, creator of Superjail! It's a riot. The animated series focuses on the surreal and violent ongoings at the eponymous Superjail! Christy took the time to speak to BuzzFeed about his favorite parts of Superjail! Christy provided a screenshot from the Surface Pro tablet he storyboards on and indicated only that "it's thumbnails from the Season 4 premiere. Christy has mentioned in a past interview that Season 4 would feature a weather fight, a fire fight, a bayou fight, and an alien mutant spore fight.
Skip to Content. Don't look for any positive take-aways here; the show revels in its hyper-violent, sexualized content and doesn't make any attempt to convey anything remotely positive. The prison's supposed authority figures spend little to no time actually managing the prisoners, some of whom seem free to wander the facility as they please. Both the prisoners and guards routinely use extreme violence to avenge slights and maintain order, while the Warden seems unconcerned with anything other than his own entertainment and his infatuation with Alice.
Alice is the hulking and muscular head prison guard of Superjail who is transgender denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex and regularly engages in sadomasochistic rituals with the prisoners often without their consent , though she rebuffs The Warden 's constant advances. Her fearsome reputation of being aggressive and ruthless to inmates was well known to other prisons, which according to The Warden led to vile rumors throughout the world. Alice is a tough and cruel person who rarely shows emotion and she usually punishes or tortures convicts for her own amusement. She seems to be attracted to muscular men Superbar and displays clear hybristophilia , although this could be partially due to a lack of stable relationships that do not involve victimizing dangerous criminals and thus seeing this type of behavior as normal.
It follows the events that take place in an unusual prison. The pilot episode aired on television on May 13, , and its first season began on September 28, on Cartoon Network 's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Karacas was a member of the band Cheeseburger who provided the show's theme song "Comin' Home" until season 4 , a background designer for MTV 's Daria , directed Robotomy for Cartoon Network and later created Ballmastrz: Let's Be Heroes.