Synopsis Edit

Sebiscuits' Hideout Edit

"Do you really think that the Dark Lord has not asked me each and every one of those questions? And do you really think that, had I not been able to give satisfactory answers, I would be sitting here talking to you?"
―Sebiscuits, to Mean King[src]

The book opens when Brute Gunray and his brother Mean King visit Sebiscuits at his hideout. Gunray wants military assistance from Sebiscuits in the war against the S.M.S.B. Mean King advises against this, distrusting Sebiscuits for not taking part in the Battle of the Yellowstone Base at Yellowstone National Park. Sebiscuits also tells Gunray that he knows about their situation. Gunray asks him to lend a portion of his armies. Sebiscuits agrees on the condition that they can defeat him in a sword duel. The two brothers emerge victorious, and Sebiscuits promises that they "can have half of whatever [he has]." Mean King agrees to these terms and the deal is made.

Meeting with Aaron Clinton Edit

Script errorMeanwhile, in Maryland, the S.M.S.B. meets with the President, asking him what he would have them do now that the NoHeads are gone. In response, Clinton asks them where Brute Gunray and Mean King are, and Baby Intelligence says they are in jail.

Vision Edit

The following night, Telekinibabe embarks on an adventure. He ventures solo into the NoHead base, crossing several obstacles before encountering Mean King. The following battle ends in a draw when Mean King electrocutes him. It turns out to be a dream Telekinibabe is experiencing, interrupted by Lindsay. He is unhappy about the nagging feeling that it is a vision, and not a nightmare.

During breakfast, Telekinibabe tells Baby Intelligence what he had seen. Baby Intelligence accepts the news and tells the S.M.S.B. it was time to fight back against Brute Gunray and Mean King. That afternoon, he dispatches the Pinewood Derby, which pinpoints Mean King’s stronghold hidden in the Bench Store. He sends Baby Strength, Lindsay, and Telekinibabe to the NoHead base, and tells them Lindsay’s in charge until the fight is over. He makes his way to the Bench Store, accompanied by Force Baby.

Showdown Edit

Landing their pods, the assigned trio makes their way to the NoHead base safely. They quietly walk down the facility’s corridors. Lindsay spots RC-5. She and the others attempt to follow but are thwarted when the robot notices and opens fire. They narrowly escape and run down farther into the corridor. They engage the next Rocket group and prevail. Baby Strength splits off from the others, and Lindsay follows him. He then wanders into the central chamber. There, he meets with Brute Gunray and the two fight in an epic sword duel, where Baby Strength’s skills prove fertile against Gunray’s experience.

Meanwhile, Baby Intelligence and Force Baby reach the Bench Store. When Baby Intelligence and Force Baby work together to discover a secret passageway and enter it, they immediately find a series of boxes and Force Baby unwraps them. Appalled, Baby Intelligence tells Force Baby they have identified technical theft, confusing Force Baby. Venturing further into the basement, they find Mean King in a lighted room. After a frenzied duel, Mean King is able to dodge Force Baby’s attacks (despite being assaulted by Baby Intelligence as well) and decapitate him. After taking a moment to analyze Force Baby’s damage, Baby Intelligence confronts Mean King. They engage in combat using their swords and powers.

Baby Strength and Brute Gunray continue their sword battle in the bowels of the NoHead base. Gunray uses his powers against Baby Strength by using whatever equipment is at hand, eventually thrusting Baby Strength through a window, who lands on one of the emergency platforms. Finally, Baby Strength is able to drive Brute Gunray back, causing him to retreat along the extension gauntlet. Baby Strength is then able to throw him off the maintenance catwalk into the air shaft below. As he fell, Gunray was sucked into a gas port, and shortly thereafter found himself clinging to a weather vane on the underside of the NoHead base. Soon he lost balance and fell off and into the abyss, meeting his death.

The duel between Baby Intelligence and Mean King brings them to the Central Stack, the heart of the store. Mean King, pressed by the odds, hurls benches at Baby Intelligence, but Baby Intelligence avoids them. Mean King then hurls lightning at Baby Intelligence but with the last of his strength the baby repels it, and Mean King is thrown over the bench’s edge, but not before pushing Baby Intelligence off in descent. Mean King is able to hold on to a lower bench, while Baby Intelligence falls to the store’s floor. Mean King leaps after him, only to be stabbed subsequently when Force Baby directs the blade at him from downstairs.

Return to the MBH Edit

After disposing of Mean King, Baby Intelligence rides the desk back upstairs, where he finds Force Baby had recovered and is waiting for him. He tells him that Mean King is dead, and they have won. Just then, the comlink beeps. Baby Intelligence takes it out and answers. Baby Strength’s voice comes on and announces Brute Gunray’s death. Baby Intelligence tells him that Mean King is gone too, meaning that the NoHeads are extinct now.

The S.M.S.B. members meet together at the NoHead base. Baby Intelligence picks up Baby Strength, Telekinibabe, and Lindsay and takes them home in their Pinewood Derby. The book ends when Baby Intelligence learns of the Lunch Money Bandit’s escape from prison, and rallies the others to stop him. Unbeknownst to them, the evil Sebiscuits was still at large.

List of Deaths Edit

Character Killed By Cause Of Death Circumstances
Brute Gunray Baby Strength Falls into a toxic pit Gunray cut off Lindsay and Telekinibabe to engage Baby Strength in a duel.
Mean King Baby Intelligence and Force Baby Sword Impaled after Force Baby forces Baby Intelligence's blade upward

Novelization Edit

A novelization of the graphic novel was written by D. Isaac Thomas and was published on 12 April, 2015.

One strange inaccuracy in the book is that several times it mentions Baby Intelligence as having a red supersuit instead of the well-known blue of the books.

There is a major discrepancy between the novel and the Expanded Universe, as the book shows Cygnus Evans dead. However, Cygnus is seen alive and well in the books set after the Bench Store. In the Expanded Universe, Rotta is stated to have survived as well.

New Characters Edit


D. Isaac Thomas' The Super Babies series
Pride of the Super Babies book novelization
The Blabberish Singer book novelization
Revenge of Hell Burnbottom book novelization
An Ended Generation book novelization
The Final Chapter book novelization
Zero to Hero book novelization
The Second Hero book novelization
The S.M.S.B. book novelization
The Last Battle book novelization
The X-Children book novelization
The X-Adults: Endgame book novelization
The Life and Legends
Lily Clark book individual
Annabeth book individual
Revenge of Hell Burnbottom book individual
The Gladiator book individual
Ramona Meyer book individual
Other written works Other games
The Super Babies: Adventures The Super Babies: Trading Card Game
Before the Third War The Super Babies: Interceptor Chase
The Super Babies: A Pop-Up Book
The Super Babies: The New Sheriff (potentially cancelled)
D. Isaac Thomas: A Bibliography The Super Babies: The Quest
D.I.T. Website Presents Mutant's Challenge
The X-Adults: Endgame - The Art of The Book
Other canon Other films / documentaries
D. Isaac Thomas' Twitter account The Super Babies and Me
D.I.T. Website D. Isaac Thomas: A Year in the Life
The Making of The Super Babies The D.I.T. Story

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