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12 Comic Book TV Show Theme Songs You Know By Heart!

Comic books leap from the page onto our television sets with amazing, and sometimes life changing, theme songs.

Whether they’re poorly animated cartoons or live-action packed shows, each theme song leaves their mark. Some are even so powerful that they run through the comic book readers heads as read their comics.

What are the greatest comic book TV show theme songs of all time?

Theme songs from the 1960s TV shows such as “Batman,” and “Spider-Man,” though may be described as goofy, have stood the test of time, and are still recognized today.

Captain America Statistics Song! [Animation Domination High-Def]

An updated theme song for Captain America.

World rankings courtesy of

George Washington vs William Wallace. Epic Rap Battles of History Season 3!

A new episode of Epic Rap Battles of History putting George Washington and William Wallace against each other.

Steve Duzz - Game Of Thrones Main Theme (1980’s Version)

Made just for fun.

Original Game of Thrones theme composed by: Ramin Djawadi (

Art by: Mike Wrobel (With the authorization of Mike Wrobel)

Pachelbel’s Canon in D (Harp Twins Electric - Camille and Kennerly)

Identical Twins Camille&Kennerly play their electric duet harp arrangement of Canon in D by Pachelebel.

Music Arranged by Camille and Kennerly
Music Produced by Camille and Kennerly
Video Concept by Camille and Kennerly
Video Edited by Camille and Kennerly
Costuming by Camille and Kennerly
Everything else by Camille and Kennerly

Audio Recording = No studio or sound engineer. No splices, edits, loops, overlays, or backtracks. Just 2 harps — 1 audio take!

Available on iTunes / Amazon.

The Book Of Mormon Comes To South Park (To the Tune of ‘Hello’) (Fan Made Video)

Have you ever wondered what would happen if The Book of Mormon found its way to South Park? No?

This animation is in absolutely no way affiliated with either South Park or The Book of Mormon. It was made out of a genuine love for both the TV show and the stage musical.

(by Simon Chong)