Super Crooks, a series of superhero-heist anime that was developed by Mark Millar and Leinil Franz Yu from the graphic novel series Supercrooks. It is located in the same universe that 'Jupiter's Legacy', another Netflix series. Small-time criminal Johnny Bolt is the focus of the anime. Although he has an amazing superpower, he often ends up getting caught as a result of trying to carry out a job. When Casey, the legendary supervillain Heat and Kasey's mentor offer them the chance of a lifetime, Bolt and Kasey accept it. The ending to 'Super Crooks season 1 is revealed. Warning!
Super Crooks are a universe full of super-powered people. Superheroes can be found in those who are determined to defend innocent people and keep the law fair. Supervillains can also be made of those with more evil goals. Society doesn't follow such binary distinctions and there is a wide variety of evil and good-natured villains. As a child, Johnny dreamt of becoming a superhero, especially after discovering his superpower — generating and manipulating electricity. He was not to be the hero he had hoped for. Johnny was able to find his calling in life after creating a huge disaster in his small town that left many people severely injured.
Johnny escapes prison to reunite with Kasey. Johnny's freedom is broken up by his old friends, who convince him to go on a burglary mission with them. Although he promised Kasey he wouldn't be involved in this sort of petty theft right away after getting out from prison, he continues to do the opposite. Johnny's troubles are a predictable outcome. He and his friends find themselves in the form of Praetorian, a super-powered superhero. Praetorian is one of the Union of Justice's youngest members. He has access to over 200 superpowers which he can choose from randomly. Praetorian does not know when the next power will appear.
Kasey is a psychic who arrives at the perfect time. She mentally manipulates Johnny, his friend, and then he let go of her boyfriend. After a long conversation, she and Johnny realize that they are not allowed to go about committing minor crimes. A score that could set them up for success is the only way to be supervillains.
Carmine or Heat provide them with exactly that. A group is formed to steal the helmet of an evil supervillain called Count Orlok. This man is Carmine's old friend. This team includes Johnny; Carmine and Kasey; Josh; Josh or Ghost, who have the ability to travel through solid matter; Sammy Diesel and Roddy Diesel, which are semi-indestructible, as well as TK MaCabe who has telekinesis and Forecast, who can regulate the weather.
They execute the first section of the plan successfully, which is McCabe's release before he is sent to a maximum security prison. By making McCabe appear to be a zombie army, they divert attention from the Utopian. Johnny and Kasey succeed in gaining access to their formidable target.
They discover, to their shock and horror, that Praetorian had stayed behind. Even though Josh managed to get them all to safety using Orlok’s helmet as a teleporter, Praetorian (and his boss Christopher Matts) catch up with them. Matts kills Orlok. Orlok was behind the operation, and had promised Johnny and his friends $50 million in return. They were spared by Matts, Praetorian, but Johnny, Kasey and the others realize they have returned to their original position.
These four episodes were filmed five years after the original episode. After Carmine gets into trouble with a casino owned by Salamander, Matts' former protégé, the team gets back for one more chance for glory and fortune, this time under Johnny's leadership. The casino that Matts runs and the disgraced Praetorian are their targets. Kasey's season finale shows just how capable she really is. Praetorian is given his due. Johnny is able to divert Matt's fury.
Yes, it was successful. The team, with the exception of Johnny and Carmine, decides to continue their normal lives following the disastrous first heist. Both the first and second get sentencing. The latter, however, continues his minor crimes. He then tries to cheat in the casino with help from a man who has the ability to foresee the future. Salamander, the owner of the casino threatens Carmine to kill him if he fails to pay $100,•,• within one month.
Carmine is desperate and reaches for Johnny and Kasey. But they finally agree to help. Johnny assumes the lead and targets Matts. He has retired from criminal activities and is now running a casino in Japan. Praetorian, who was a superhero, has now become Matts’ head of security.
Johnny threatens Gladiator to tell the whole world about his homosexuality and blackmails him. Matts, also called the Bastard was the greatest villain of all time. He was known for his control of blood and ingenious killings. This earned him an awful reputation. Matts established the Network, an underground criminal organization meant to play the same roles for the villains that the Union of Justice plays for the heroes. However, the Network was corrupt to the core. It cared only about their influence on society.
Matts pursued Johnny, Carmine and other Union of Justice employees after the heist at the Union of Justice headquarters. Matts retired and the Network was under Salamander’s control.
Yes, Japan Heist is a big success. Johnny and the rest extort about $800 millions from Matts. Gladiator knocks out Praetorian, in an ironic case. Praetorian is not killed, but the experience leaves him potentially brain-damaged. Kasey fools Matts while she uses her psychic skills.
Matts was diverted by the fact that the costumes worn by the members of his team were exact copies of Salamander's and their crew's outfits during the heist. Matts then kills Salamander and his entire crew.
Johnny and Kasey are indeed married. Johnny and Kasey get married after their Union of Justice headquarters Heist fails to turn out as planned. They live normal lives. Johnny ends up back in prison after his old friends show up the night before their wedding. Kasey isn't interested in doing anything when he returns. However, the two of them come to terms and are engaged towards the end.